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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2020-03-03
12:50
Aichi Nagoya University 3D visualization of AS topology
Ippei Onishi, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.)
 [more]
SeMI, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI 2020-03-03
14:30
Aichi Nagoya University (IB Building) Proposal of MANET simulation method on the undulating field
Kohei Fukaya, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.)
 [more]
IN, IA
(Joint)
2019-12-19
11:10
Hiroshima Satellite Campus Hiroshima Improved Communication Fairness of SMPC
Wataru Mano, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ) IN2019-46
SMPC (Simultaneous Multi-Path Communication) is a multi-path communication method that transmits a single flow simultane... [more] IN2019-46
pp.7-12
RISING
(2nd)
2019-11-26
14:10
Tokyo Fukutake Learning Theater, Hongo Campus, Univ. Tokyo [Poster Presentation] SMPC traffic control using Neural Network
Noboru Miyagawa, michiko harayama (Gifu Univ.)
 [more]
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
09:00
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center AS-Level Topology Modelling focused on Peer Links
Hayato Ido, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) IN2018-87
 [more] IN2018-87
pp.19-24
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
10:30
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center Improvement of VANET routing using 2-hop adjacent node information
Keiichi Imaizumi, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) IN2018-102
 [more] IN2018-102
pp.109-113
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-05
14:50
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center Implementation of Path-priority Control in 3-path SMPC
Kenta Inaguma, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) IN2018-134
Delivery of large-capacity content not only takes time for communication, but also consumes large network resources and ... [more] IN2018-134
pp.301-306
MoNA, ASN, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI [detail] 2018-02-27
13:25
Tokyo Sophia University 3D Simulation for MANET in Mountainous Areas
Kosuke Watanabe, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) ASN2017-120
MANET (Mobile Ad hoc Network) is expected to provide a means of communication in natural environments like mountainous a... [more] ASN2017-120
pp.303-308
CQ 2018-01-19
12:10
Tokyo NII Data distribution Index for Autonomous Systems
Masahiro Teshi, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) CQ2017-95
AS (Autonomous System) topology is a graph where a node is an AS and an edge is a connection between ASes obtained from ... [more] CQ2017-95
pp.57-62
RCS, NS
(Joint)
2014-12-19
10:20
Mie Iseshi-Kanko-Bunka-Kaikan (Mie) MANET routing with power control focused on the degree of nodes
Yukinari Hayashi, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ) RCS2014-246
In a MANET constructed at mobile terminals, instability of the communication and energy consumption of the terminals bec... [more] RCS2014-246
pp.153-158
NS, IN
(Joint)
2014-03-06
09:30
Miyazaki Miyazaki Seagia Path priority control method for simultaneous multi-path communication
Akiji Tanaka, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) NS2013-201
Transmission of large capacity content data likely induces congestion and increases transmission load on the bottleneck ... [more] NS2013-201
pp.143-148
ASN, RCS, NS, SR
(Joint)
2013-07-18
10:20
Shizuoka Hamamatsu Act City [Poster Presentation] Electric power saving of Mobile Ad hoc Network's relay nodes by the transmission power control -- Electric power saving that include reception available power --
Yukinari Hayashi, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) NS2013-40 RCS2013-91 SR2013-28 ASN2013-58
The reduction in electricity consumption of relay terminals is a crucial subject in today’s mobile ad hoc network (MANET... [more] NS2013-40 RCS2013-91 SR2013-28 ASN2013-58
pp.37-42(NS), pp.79-84(RCS), pp.45-50(SR), pp.65-70(ASN)
PRMU, SP, MVE, CQ 2010-01-21
11:40
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. A proposal of multipath data transfer method with source routing using IPv6 routing header.
Akiji Tanaka, Maki Yamada, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) CQ2009-66 PRMU2009-165 SP2009-106 MVE2009-88
In the current routing paradigms of TCP/IP communication, the communication path between two nodes is uniquely decided. ... [more] CQ2009-66 PRMU2009-165 SP2009-106 MVE2009-88
pp.79-84
IA, ICSS 2009-06-19
13:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Key escrow method of personal decryptographic key by using elliptic curve caliculation
Michiko Harayama, Kouji Sakai, Hiroyuki Goto (Gifu Univ.) IA2009-17 ICSS2009-25
 [more] IA2009-17 ICSS2009-25
pp.91-96
CAS, CS, SIP 2009-03-02
09:15
Gifu Nagaragawa Convention Center Prediction of node movement for routing method of ad-hoc network.
Tsutomu Tanaka, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) CAS2008-101 SIP2008-164 CS2008-75
Among ad-hoc network routing methods reinforcement-learning routing has a benefit not to consume network bandwidth compa... [more] CAS2008-101 SIP2008-164 CS2008-75
pp.1-6
NS 2009-01-22
15:20
Saga Saga University Network simulator for IPv6 source routing
Akiji Tanaka, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) NS2008-127
Concerning to QoS of internet communication we have proposed a source routing method by using IPv6 routing header. In or... [more] NS2008-127
pp.13-16
IA 2008-05-30
15:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A proposal of QoS improvement method with source routing using IPv6 routig header
Akiji Tanaka, Michiko Harayama (Gifu Univ.) IA2008-11
QoS source routing methods has been proposed in order to improve the quality of service (QoS) of computer networks. The... [more] IA2008-11
pp.55-60
IA 2007-01-19
10:20
Hiroshima International Conference Center Hiroshima Collection of node information and construction of route on PPM IPv6 packet trace.
Michiko Harayama, Ryuichi Iwata, Takahiro Iwai, Maki Yamada, Akiji Tanaka (Gifu Univ.) IA2006-34
IP trace back is a group of methods that analyze packets of Internet Protocol(IP) to obtain their trace and source IP.... [more] IA2006-34
pp.21-24
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