学会員メーリングリストアーカイブ (2003年)

IWCTS2004 (Call for Paticipation, International Workshop on Cyberspace Technologies and Societies)


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-- 
吉田尚史 (Naofumi Yoshida)
naofumi [at] sfc.keio.ac.jp
〒252-8520 神奈川県 藤沢市 遠藤 5322
慶應義塾大学大学院 政策・メディア研究科

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SAINT2004 Workshop 6 : International Workshop on Cyberspace
    Technologies and Societies (IWCTS2004)

Visit the Registration Page: 
https://www.anke-to.com/saint2004/
(Closing date for advanced registration: Jan/6/2004)

IWCTS2004 Web Site:
http://www.mdbl.sfc.keio.ac.jp/IWCTS2004/


International Workshop on Cyberspace Technologies and 
Societies(IWCTS2004) provides technical discussion among researchers, 
developers and users of cyberspace systems from academia, business and 
industry. This workshop focuses on research in cyberspace technologies, 
governance, and their advanced applications.

Over the past decade, we have seen the rapid evolution in information 
technology and its applications, especially in social aspects.  The 
global transition of society demands new prospective technologies, and 
these technologies introduce new frameworks of the society as cyberspace 
applications.  These cyberspace applications, such as e-commerce, 
e-government, e-learning or e-community, require new types of knowledge 
modeling and implementations.  Such cyberspace knowledge provides 
capabilities to manage and compute various types of media resources.  
For constructing the cyberspace knowledge, further progress of 
cyberspace infrastructures, which includes the mobile, wearable and 
secure network technologies, are widely required.  This workshop offers 
the opportunity for in-depth exploration of selected topics and for the 
presentation of the most recent research and development findings in 
these rapidly changing fields.

Areas of particular interest include:
     - Cyber Infrastructure and Governance
        - Internet Governance
        - Network Societies and Communities
        - Security and Privacy
        - Network Technologies for Smart Spaces
     - Cyber Knowledge and Database
        - Knowledge Modeling and Design
        - Multimedia Databases
        - Spatial and Temporal Databases
        - Multidatabases
     - Cyber Application
        - Bio-informatics
        - Genome Mining
        - Location based service and applications
        - New Applications

Workshop Chair:
Nobuo Saito  (Keio University) <ns [at] sfc.keio.ac.jp>
Program Co-chairs:
Hideyuki Tokuda  (Keio University) <hxt [at] ht.sfc.keio.ac.jp>
Yasushi Kiyoki  (Keio University) <kiyoki [at] mdbl.sfc.keio.ac.jp>
Jun Murai  (Keio University) <jun [at] wide.ad.jp>

Organizers:
     Naoki Ishibashi (Keio University) <naoki [at] mdbl.sfc.keio.ac.jp>
     Masaki Minami (Keio University) <minami [at] sfc.wide.ad.jp>
     Naofumi Yoshida (Keio University) <naofumi [at] mdbl.sfc.keio.ac.jp>
     Jun'ichi Yura (Keio University) <yurayura [at] ht.sfc.keio.ac.jp>

Sessions:
Timetable

    9:00 - 10:30 Paper Session I: Computing and Networking in Cyberspace
   10:30 - 11:30 Panel Session I: Cyber Infrastructure and Governance 
                                  of Next Decades
	Tokuda, H., Hagino, T., Kohiyama, K., Kojima, T., Kusano, A., Murai,
	J., Naemura, K., Sone, Y. and Umegaki, M.
   11:30 - 12:30 (Lunch)
   12:30 - 14:00 Paper Session II: Knowledge and Multimedia in Cyberspace
   14:00 - 15:00 Panel Session II: Future Directions for Cyber Knowledge 
                                   and Databases
	Kiyoki, Y., Fukui, H., Inakage, M., Moridaira, S., Okude, N., Sato, M.,
	Tomita, M. and Uno, K.
   15:00 - 16:30 Paper Session III: Multimedia Applications in Cyberspace
   16:30 - 17:30 Panel Session III: Cyber Applications for Next Societies
	Murai, J., Chiyokura, H., Hanada, M., Hibata, Y., Innami, I., 
        Kumasaka,K., Maeda, A., Ohiwa, H., Ozawa, T., Saito, N. 
        and Shimizu, H.
   17:30 - 17:40 Closing


Program:

Paper Session I: Computing and Networking in Cyberspace   (90 min.)
   Improving Security for Ubiquitous Campus Applications
          Kenta Matsumiya, Shuhei Tamaru, Genta Suzuki, Jin Nakazawa,
          Kazunori Takashio, Hideyuki Tokuda (Keio University)
   SF2: Smart Furniture for Creating Ubiquitous Applications
          Hideyuki Tokuda, Kazunori Takashio, Jin Nakazawa, Kenta
          Matsumiya, Masaki Ito, Masato Saito (Keio University)
   The Design of OSPF Extension for Handling Uni-directional Links
         Shunsuke Fujieda, Hiroyuki Kusumoto, Yasuhiro Ohara, Jun Murai
         (Keio University)
   Shared Questionnaire System for School Community Management
  	Hiroya Kubo, Hidehiro Ohashi, Masatoshi Tamamura, Takashi
  	Kowata, Ikuyo Kaneko (Keio University)
   An Automatic Generation Method of 3D Visualization for
  	Holistic and Detail Relationships on e-Learning Environment
  	Naofumi Yoshida (Keio University), Kazutaka Hirata, Jun
  	Miyazaki (Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.)

Panel Session I:  (60 min.)
   Cyber Infrastructure and Governance of Next Decades
         Hideyuki Tokuda, Tatsuya Hagino, Kenji Kohiyama, Tomoyuki
         Kojima, Atsushi Kusano, Jun Murai, Kenji Naemura, Yasunori Sone,
         Michio Umegaki (Keio University)

Paper Session II: Knowledge and Multimedia in Cyberspace  (90 min.)
   A Prototype Implementation of Metadata Generation for
  	Image Retrieval
  	Hideyasu Sasaki, Yasushi Kiyoki (Keio University)
   Smart-Media Design Process with scenario based modeling
	Kazuhiro Kuroda, Kaori Ochiai, Mia Hori 
	Naohito Okude (Keio University)
   Smart-Media applications created by scenario based modeling
	Takashi Matsumoto, Yuhsuke Wada, Miho Norimatsu
	Naohito Okude (Keio University)
   Content-based Filtering System for Music Data
  	Kazuhiro Iwahama, Yoshinori Hijikata, Shogo Nishida (Osaka
  	University)
   An Implementation of a Semantic Associative Search Space for
  	Medical Document Databases
  	Minoru Kawamoto, Yasushi Kiyoki, Naofumi Yoshida, Seitaro
  	Fujishima, Sadakazu Aiso (Keio University)

Panel Session II:  (60 min.)
   Future Directions for Cyber Knowledge and Databases
         Yasushi Kiyoki, Hiromichi Fukui, Masa Inakage, Soichiro
         Moridaira, Naohito Okude, Masahiko Sato, Masaru Tomita,
         Kimio Uno (Keio University)


Paper Session III: Multimedia Applications in Cyberspace   (90 min.)
   HTTP-Proxy-Assisted Automatic Video Indexing for e-Learning
  	Yorihito Tanaka, Tomoki Itamiya, Tatsuya Hagino, Hiroaki
  	Chiyokura (Keio University)
   DACS: Distance Aware Collaboration System for face-to-face
  	meetings
  	Hironori Egi, Naoto Ohsuga, Airi Nakada, Hiroshi Shigeno,
  	Ken-ichi Okada (Keio University)
   Meta-Chronicle: A Spatial and Temporal Multidatabase System
	and its Application to Histories
  	Naoki Ishibashi, Yasushi Kiyoki(Keio University)
   A Meta-Level Career-Design Support System for Connecting
  	Educational and Occupational Databases
  	Yusuke Takahashi, Yasushi Kiyoki (Keio University)
   "e-care Town" Project: New Applications of the Internet to an aging
         society
         Masaki Minami, Kazuki Hashimoto, Sachie Yokoyama, Jun Murai
         (Keio University)

Panel Session III:   (60 min.)
   Cyber Applications for Next Societies
         Jun Murai, Hiroaki Chiyokura, Mitsuyo Hanada, Yasuo Hibata,
         Ichiro Innami, Kenji Kumasaka, Akira Maeda, Hajime Ohiwa, Taro Ozawa,
         Nobuo Saito, Hiroshi Shimizu (Keio University)