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NLP 2019-05-11
10:00
Oita J:COM HoltoHALL OITA A study of spreading information in different network structures
Ryu Uto, Toshichika Aoki, Takayuki Kimura (Nippon Institute of Tech) NLP2019-11
In cases many people are in disaster,
they are difficult to figure out whether obtained information is real or not.
If... [more]
NLP2019-11
pp.59-64
ICM, CQ, NS, NV
(Joint)
2017-11-17
14:35
Kagawa   One-to-many file transfer using multipath multicast with gossiping
Kenji Heira, Masato Tsuru (Kyutech) ICM2017-31
With the recent progress of cloud computing technology, a rapid growth of traffic by data migration and duplication amon... [more] ICM2017-31
pp.57-62
COMP 2014-09-02
17:00
Aichi Toyohashi University of Technology Algorithms for Group Gossiping of Mobile Agents
Jun Ri, Masahiro Shibata, Fukuhito Ooshita, Hirotsugu Kakugawa, Toshimitsu Masuzawa (Osaka Univ.) COMP2014-24
We introduce a concept of agent groups and formulate the group gossiping problem. An (agent) group is a set of agents th... [more] COMP2014-24
pp.61-68
DC 2011-10-20
14:40
Tokyo   Network Coding-Based Gossip
Shun Tokuyama, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya, Tohru Kikuno (Osaka Univ.) DC2011-25
Gossip is a broadcasting method for distributed systems. In gossip, the node that initiates a broadcast sends the broadc... [more] DC2011-25
pp.31-36
DE, DC 2007-10-15
15:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Gossip-Type Broadcast using an Erasure Correcting Code
Masaki Terasawa, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya, Tohru Kikuno (Osaka Univ.) DE2007-120 DC2007-17
Gossip is a reliable and scalable broadcasting method for peer-to-peer(P2P) systems.
However, achieving high reliabilit... [more]
DE2007-120 DC2007-17
pp.31-35
COMP 2007-03-05
11:15
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Move complexity of gossiping among mobile agents
Tomoko Suzuki (Osaka Univ.), Taisuke Izumi (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Fukuhito Ooshita, Hirotsugu Kakugawa, Toshimitsu Masuzawa (Osaka Univ.)
Mobile-agent-based distributed systems are
attracting widespread attention as the adaptive and flexible systems:
mobi... [more]
COMP2006-54
pp.29-36
CPSY, DC 2006-04-14
09:30
Tokyo Takeda Hall On Improving the Reliability of Gossip-Type Broadcast through Erasure Coding
Masaki Terasawa, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya, Tohru Kikuno (Osaka Univ.)
Recently, gossip has gained popularity as an effective broadcasting method. Research has shown that gossip-based broadca... [more] CPSY2006-2 DC2006-2
pp.7-12
DE, DC 2005-10-17
11:30
Tokyo NTT Musashino R&D center Improving the Reliability of Gossip Algorithms for Scale-Free Networks
Takuya Okuyama, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya, Tohru Kikuno (Osaka Univ.)
Gossip is an epidemiological protocol that implements broadcasting with high reliability and low communication cost in p... [more] DE2005-126 DC2005-20
pp.7-12
DE, DC 2004-10-18
11:00
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology On Improving the Reliability of Probabilistic Broadcast with an Adaptive Technique
Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya, Tohru Kikuno (Osaka Univ.)
Probabilistic broadcast can simultaneously achieve high scalability and high robustness in distributed systems. Because ... [more] DE2004-106 DC2004-21
pp.1-4
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