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 東大生研 戦略情報融合研究センター
 MDM04  Program co-chair


Updated Call For Participation: MDM 2004
========================================

We invite you to join us at the 2004 IEEE International Conference on
Mobile Data Management (MDM 2004), to be held January 19-22, in
Berkeley, California, USA. MDM is sponsored by IEEE TCDE and TCI, and
in cooperation with ACM SIGMOBILE and SIGMOD.

Some of the program highlights include:
* Keynote speech by Dr. Joseph Hellerstein, Associate Professor of UC
  Berkeley and Director of Intel Research Berkeley.
* Tutorials on data stream processing and dessimination,
  context-aware computing, location data management, and query
  processing for sensor networks.
* 27 research-track papers, covering a wide range of topics such as
  context awareness, broadcast channel management, location-based
  services, QoS issues, ubiquitous systems, power-consumption-
  conscious mobile computing, and vehicle applications.
* Industry-track presentations from IBM, INRIA, Lucent, Microsoft,
  Oracle, KDDI, and Cap Gemini Ernst & Young.
* A panel discussion on mobile agents.
* An interactive poster session.
* A conference dinner cruise in the San Francisco Bay.

More information on the conference can be found at
http://www.cs.duke.edu/mdm2004/. Early registration deadline is
December 20, 2003.

We look forward to welcoming you at MDM 2004!

Advance Program
---------------

January 19
   8:30 - 12:00 Morning tutorials (parallel sessions)
                Data Stream Processing and Dissemination
                        Ugur Cetintemel (Brown University)
                Context-Aware Computing
                        Christian Becker (University of Stuttgart,
Germany)
    1:30 - 5:00 Afternoon Tutorials (Parallel Sessions)
                Implementation and Research Issues in Query Processing
                for Wireless Sensor Networks
                        Wei Hong (Intel Labs, USA); Sam Madden (MIT,
USA)
                Location, Location, Location
                        Jussi Myllymaki (IBM Almaden Research Center,
                        San Jose, CA)
January 20
   7:00 -  8:00 Continental Breakfast
   8:30 -  9:00 Opening Remarks and Best Paper Award Presentation
   9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speech
                Many Eyes: Projections for Distributed Sensing
                        Joseph Hellerstein, Associate Professor,
                        UC Berkeley and Director, Intel Research
Berkeley
  10:00 - 10:30 Break
  10:30 - 12:30 Session: Vehicle Applications and Mobile Pub/Sub
                Opportunistic Resource Exchange in Inter-vehicle Ad Hoc
                Networks
                        Airs Ouksel, Ouri Wolfson, Bo Xu (University
                        of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
                TrafficView: A Scalable Traffic Monitoring System
                        Tamer Nadeem, Sasan Dashtinezhad, Chunyuan
                        Liao, Liviu Iftode (University of Maryland, USA)
                Processing Range-Monitoring Queries on Heterogeneous
                Mobile Objects
                        Ying Cai (Iowa State University); Kien A. Hua
                        (University of Central Florida); Guohong Cao
                        (Penn State University)
                Disconnected Operation in Publish/Subscribe Middleware
                        Ioana Burcea, Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Eyal de
                        Lara, Vinod Muthusamy, Milenko Petrovic
                        (University of Toronto, Canada)
  12:30 -  1:30 Conference Lunch
   1:30 -  3:00 Session: Location Awareness and Modeling
                Semantic Location Modeling for Location Navigation in
                Mobile Environment
                        Haibo Hu, Dik Lun Lee (Hong Kong University of
                        Science and Technology, Hong Kong)
                Hanging Services: An Investigation of
Context-Sensitivity
                and Mobile Code for Localised Services
                        Evi Syukur (Monash University, Australia);
                        Dominic Cooney (Queensland University of
                        Technology, Australia); Seng Loke, Peter
                        Stanski (Monash University, Australia)
                Efficient Content Location in Mobile Ad hoc Networks
                        Jivodar Tchakarov, Nitin Vaidya (University of
                        Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
   3:00 -  3:30 Break
   3:30 -  4:50 Industry Track: Content Adaptation and Delivery
                A Rule Engine for Location Based Content Syndication
                        Mike Horhammer, Prabuddha Biswas (Oracle, USA)
                Next Generation Airline Information: Using Consumer
                Devices to Keep Passengers Informed and as an
                Additional Channel to Market
                        Steve Jones (Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, USA)
                Multi-Protocol Profiles to Support User Mobility
                Across Network Technologies
                        Oliver Haase, Ming Xiong, Kazutaka Murakami
                        (Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, USA)
                Context-Aware Adaptation for Mobile Devices
                        Tayeb Lemlouma, Nabil Layaida (INRIA, France)

January 21
   7:00 -  8:00 Continental Breakfast
   8:00 -  9:30 Session: Moving Objects
                On Bulk Loading TPR-tree
                        Bin Lin, Jianwen Su (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
                A Multi-layer Location Management Scheme that Bridges
                the Best Static Scheme and the Best Dynamic Scheme
                        Guangbin Fan(University of Mississippi, USA);
                        Jingyuan Zhang (University of Alabama, USA)
                Universal Trajectory Queries for Moving Object Databases
                        Hoda Mokhtar, Jianwen Su (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
   9:30 - 10:00 Break
  10:00 - 11:00 Industry Track: Ubiquitous Computing and Disconnected
                Operation
                Rufis: Mobile Data Sharing Using a Generic
                Constraint-Oriented Reconciler
                        Marc Shapiro (Microsoft Research, UK); Nuno
                        Pregui軋 (Universidade Nova de Lisboa,
                        Portugal); James O'Brien (Microsoft Research,
UK)
                Proposal of Paper-Based Cross-Media Cooperation System
                        Shinji Ota, Akihisa Shimizu, Syoichi Yamazaki,
                        Masayoshi Ohashi (KDDI R&D Laboratories, Japan)
                Managed Portal Appliance: An Experiment in Extending
                the Reach of Web Applications
                        Marion Blount, Veronique Perret, Danny Yeh,
                        Apratim Purakayastha (IBM T. J. Watson
                        Research Center, USA); Michael Moser, Yann
                        Duponchel, Daniela Bourges-Waldegg, Marcel
                        Graf (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory,
Switzerland)
  11:00 - 12:30 Posters
                Data Broadcasting with Data Item Locality and Client
Mobility
                        Aslihan Celik, Ping Ding, JoAnne Holliday
                        (Santa Clara University, USA)
                Context Aware Mobile Transactions
                        Patricia Serrano-Alvarado, Claudia Roncancio,
                        Michel Adiba, Cyril Labb\xF1(LSR-IMAG
                        Laboratory, France)
                Energy Efficient Access in Multiversion Broadcast
Environment
                        Oleg Shigiltchoff, Panos K. Chrysanthis
                        (University of Pittsburgh, USA); Evaggelia
                        Pitoura (University of Ioannina, Greece)
                Broadcasting Consistent Data in Mobile Environments
                        Bryan Poon, Kwok-Wa Lam, Victor Lee (The City
                        University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
                Middleware Providing Dynamic Group Communication
                Facility for Cellular Phone Applications
                        Kouji Nishigaki, Keiichi Yasumoto, Takaaki
                        Umedu, Teruo Higashino, Minoru Ito (Nara
                        Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
                Supporting Mobile Context-Aware Application on a Global
Scale
                        Feng Wang, Paddy Nixon (University of
Strathclyde, UK)
                Replication of Data Associated with Locations in
                Ad Hoc Networks
                        Susumu Ishihara (Shizuoka University, Japan);
                        Masahiro Tamori (Sony Corporation, Japan);
                        Takashi Watanabe, Tadanori Mizuno (Shizuoka
                        University, Japan)
                Dynamic Active Network Services
                        Carlo Tarantola (Oracle, USA)
  12:30 -  1:30 Conference Lunch
   1:30 -  3:00 Session: Context-Aware Computing
                Context-Aware Unified Communication
                        Hui Lei (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center,
                        USA); Anand Ranganathan (University of Illinois
at
                        Urbana-Champaign, USA)
                Enabling Context-Aware and Privacy-Conscious User Data
Sharing
                        Richard Hull, Bharat Kumar, Daniel Lieuwen,
                        Peter F. Patel-Schneider, Arnaud Sahuguet,
                        Sriram Varadarajan, Avinash Vyas (Bell Labs,
                        Lucent Technologies, USA)
                Meta Data to Support Context Aware Mobile Applications
                        Dan Chalmers, Naranker Dulay, Morris Sloman
                        (Imperial College London, UK)
   3:00 -  3:30 Break
   3:30 -  5:30 Session: QoS Issues
                MobiVoD: A Video-on-Demand System Design for Mobile Ad
                hoc Networks
                        Duc Tran, Minh Le, Kien Hua (University of
                        Central Florida, USA)
                QoS-aware Service Location in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
                        Jinshan Liu, Valerie Issarny (INRIA, France)
                Soft Handover in Terrestrial Broadcast Networks
                        Jani V舐e, Matti Puputti (Nokia, Finland)
                Selective Establishment of Pseudo Reservations for QoS
                Guarantees in Mobile Internet
                        Kyounghee Lee, Myungchul Kim, Sungwon Kang
                        (Information and Communications University,
                        Korea); Jonghyun Lee (Korea Telecomm, Korea)
   6:30 -  8:00 Conference Dinner Banquet Cruise

January 22
   7:00 -  8:00 Continental Breakfast
   8:30 - 10:30 Session: Design of Broadcast Channels
                Optimizing Data Placement Over Wireless Broadcast
                        Jianting Zhang, Le Gruenwald (The University
                        Of Oklahoma, USA)
                Performance Evaluation of a Predeclaration-based
                Transaction Processing in a Hybrid Data Delivery
                        SangKeun Lee (Korea University, Korea);
                        SungSuk Kim (Seokyeong University, Korea)
                Data Indexing for Heterogeneous Multiple Broadcast
Channels
                        Andrew Y. Ho, Dik Lun Lee (Hong Kong
                        University of Science and Technology, USA)
                Maintaining Temporal Consistency in Broadcast
Environments
                        Victor Lee, Joseph Ng, Jo Chong, Kwok-wa Lam
                        (Hong Kong Baptist University, USA)
  10:30 - 11:00 Break
  11:00 - 12:30 Panel Discussion - Mobile Agents: What about them? Did
                they deliver what they promised? Are they here to stay?
                        Chair: George Samaras (University of Cyprus,
Cyprus)
                Obstacles to the Adoption of Mobile Agents
                        Volker Roth (Fraunhofer Institute for Computer
                        Graphics, Germany)
                Mobile Agents: 10 Reasons for Failure
                        Giovanni Vigna (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
                Mobile Agents: Right Concept, Wrong Focus
                        Dag Johansen (University of Tromsー, Norway)
                Mobile Agents: Overcoming Early Hype and a Bad Name
                        Robert S. Gray (Dartmouth College, USA)
                Mobile agents: Can they assist with context awareness?
                        Arkady Zaslavsky (Monash University, Australia)
  12:30 -  1:30 Conference Lunch
   1:30 -  3:00 Session: Ubiquitous Systems
                Towards Pluggable Discovery Frameworks for Mobile and
                Pervasive Applications
                        Stefan Berger, Carl Binding, Christian
                        Hoertnagl, Scott McFaddin (IBM Research, USA);
                        Anand Ranganathan (University of Illinois at
                        Urbana-Champaign, USA)
                Universal Manager: Seamless Management of Enterprise
                Mobile and Non-Mobile Devices
                        Sandeep Adwankar (Motorola Labs, USA); Sangita
                        Mohan (University of Illinois at Chicago);
                        Venu Vasudevan (Motorola Labs, USA)
                Linking Phyical Worlds to Logical Worlds with Mobile
Agents
                        Ichiro Satoh (National Institute of Informatics,
Japan)
   3:00 -  3:30 Break
   3:30 -  5:00 Session: Predictive Models in Performance
                Prediction-based Strategies for Energy Saving in
                Object Tracking Sensor Networks
                        Yingqi Xu, Julian Winter, Wang-Chien Lee (Penn
                        State University, USA)
                An Enhanced Hoarding Approach Based on Graph Analysis
                        Susanne Buerklen, Pedro Jose Marron, Kurt
                        Rothermel (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
                Cache-Miss-Initiated Prefetch in Mobile Environments
                        Hui Song, Guohong Cao (Penn State University,
USA)
   5:00         Conference Adjourns