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Technical Committee on Information Networks (IN)  (2007)

Chair: Kunio Hato (Internet Multifeed) Vice Chair: Tsutomu Murase (Nagoya Univ.)
Secretary: Tetsu Jyo (KDDI Research), Kouhei Watabei (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.), Kumi Jinzenji (NTT), Koki Hamada (NTT)

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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
IN 2007-06-21
14:30
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate A Study on Server Based Broadcasting Systems using P2P Technologies
Takashi Kohda, Masatoshi Kawarasaki (Tsukuba Univ.) IN2007-11
The concept of the server based digital broadcasting system is to achieve broadcast program viewing at anytime and anywh... [more] IN2007-11
pp.1-6
IN 2007-06-21
14:55
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate An On-Demand Video Distribution System Using P2P Networks
Jun Ito, Takeyuki Sugimoto, Saneyasu Yamaguchi, Koichi Asatani (Kogakuin Univ.) IN2007-12
Video-on-Demand delivery can be considered one of the very important services in recent networks. There are mainly three... [more] IN2007-12
pp.7-12
IN 2007-06-21
15:35
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate [Invited Talk] NGN technology of FMC-enabled networks: Standard perspective and application services
Hideaki Yamada (KDDI R&D Labs.) IN2007-13
IP communications are expanding widely into a variety of infrastructures based on fixed networks as well as mobile netwo... [more] IN2007-13
pp.13-18
IN 2007-06-21
16:20
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate [Invited Talk] Technical trend on Videoconference and evolution to Tele Presence for NGN
Atsuhisa Suzuki (OKI) IN2007-14
Video Conference is again having an attention as Tele-Presence is demonstrated on NGN. I will explain evolving technolog... [more] IN2007-14
pp.19-24
IN 2007-06-21
16:20
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate [Invited Talk] Voice call handover with VCC between cellular CS domain and IMS
Takuya Murakami, Youko Omori, Takahiro Kakumaru (NEC) IN2007-15
The requirements for FMC (Fixed Mobile Convergence) services which converge cellular mobile network and fixed IP network... [more] IN2007-15
pp.25-30
IN 2007-06-22
10:00
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Evaluation of robustness in time synchronization for sensor networks
Akira Mutazono (Osaka Univ.), Masashi Sugano (Osaka Pref. Univ.), Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) IN2007-16
In sensor network the time synchronization between sensor nodes is important because of efficient information gathering ... [more] IN2007-16
pp.31-36
IN 2007-06-22
10:25
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Evaluation of a Hierarchical Multicast Routing Using Inter-cluster Mesh Structure for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Izumi Yamamoto, Yasunori Kubo, Tomoyuki Ohta, Yoshiaki Kakuda (Hiroshima City Univ.) IN2007-17
So far, some multicast routing protocols for mobile ad hoc networks, which deliver the identical data to given multicast... [more] IN2007-17
pp.37-42
IN 2007-06-22
10:50
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate A battery saving method of reducing energy consumption of ad-hoc radio terminals in shadowing environments
Satoshi Takahashi, Kenji Ishida (Hiroshima City Univ.) IN2007-18
A battery saving method for ad-hoc terminals with an emergency message transfer is considered. Each terminal has a motio... [more] IN2007-18
pp.43-47
IN 2007-06-22
11:15
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Performance evaluation of disjoint path routing in wireless mesh networks
Koji Tsubouchi (KIT1), Eiichi Mizoguchi (NEC Communication Systems, Ltd.), Takeshi Ikenaga (KIT1), Yutaka Fukuda, Yuji Oie (KIT2) IN2007-19
Dynamic Channel Switching System (DCSS) has been proposed as a solution to improve the capacity of Wireless Mesh Network... [more] IN2007-19
pp.49-54
IN 2007-06-22
12:40
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Communication Node Identifying Architecture -- Basic Concepts --
Ved P. Kafle, Kiyohide Nakauchi, Masugi Inoue (NICT) IN2007-20
We have been pursuing research on new generation networks, under AKARI project, that will be realized around 2020. Besid... [more] IN2007-20
pp.55-60
IN 2007-06-22
13:05
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate A modeling method for ISP-level Internet topologies based on network-cost optimization
Naoto Hidaka, Shin'ichi Arakawa, Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) IN2007-21
Measurement studies on the Internet topology show that connectivities of nodes exhibit power-law attribute. Many modelin... [more] IN2007-21
pp.61-66
IN 2007-06-22
13:30
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate A bypass network of the Internet towards the post IP communications
Takahiko Yamada (Ritsumeikan Univ.) IN2007-22
 [more] IN2007-22
pp.67-72
IN 2007-06-22
13:55
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate A study on emergency networking services based on overlay network technologies
Go Hasegawa (Osaka Univ.), Satoshi Kamei (NTT), Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) IN2007-23
In this report, we propose an architecture for emergency networking services, which is based on overlay
routing technol... [more]
IN2007-23
pp.73-78
IN 2007-06-22
14:35
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Identifying Worm-Infected Hosts Using White List
Noriaki Kamiyama, Tatsuya Mori, Ryoichi Kawahara, Shigeaki Harada, Hideaki Yoshino (NTT) IN2007-24
In the Internet, a rapid spread of worm is a serious problem. In many cases, worm-infected hosts generate huge amount of... [more] IN2007-24
pp.79-84
IN 2007-06-22
15:00
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate New Security Architecture for IPv6 Global Communications Enabled by an Innovated Service Providing Method
Shigeyoshi Shima, Hiroshi Kitamura (NEC/UEC) IN2007-25
It becomes possible to attach global addresses to all hosts in the IPv6 network. These hosts face several threats such a... [more] IN2007-25
pp.85-90
IN 2007-06-22
15:25
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Adaptive Timer-Based Defense Mechanisms against TCP SYN Flood Attack
Hirofumi Akaike, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Masayuki Murata, Makoto Imase (Osaka Univ.) IN2007-26
Through the rapid development of the Internet in recent years, the security in networks becomes urgent
issues. Distribu... [more]
IN2007-26
pp.91-96
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