nara nara 2006 International Workshop
on Future Mobile and Ubiquitous Information Technologies (FMUIT'06),
in conjunction with
the 7th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM'06),
Nara, Japan, May 9-12, 2006

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FMUIT2006 Program on May 9, 2006

Time Table

Noh TheatreConference1Conference3
09:00-09:10Opening
09:10-10:00Invited Talk
10:00-10:30Coffee Break
10:30-12:10 Session 1:
Mobile and Context-aware Applications
Session 2:
Security in Mobile and Ubiquitous Networks
Session 3:
Ubiquitous Devices and Networks
12:10-13:10Coffee Break
13:10-15:10 Session 4:
Information Retrieval
Session 5:
Mobile and Ubiquitous Networks
Session 6:
Multimedia Communication and Application
15:10-15:40Coffee Break
15:40-17:20 Session 7:
Ad Hoc Network
Session 8:
Data Management
Session 9:
Mobile Agent and Web Services
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09:00-09:10 Opening Session [Nogaku Hall]

Teruo Higashino, Osaka Univ

09:10-10:00 Invited Talk [Nogaku Hall]

Keiichi Yasumoto, NAIST

  1. Breakthroughs in Large-scale Ad Hoc Wireless Networking and Application for Vehicle Safety

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-12:10 Session 1: Mobile and Context-aware Applications [Nogaku Hall]

Pedro Jose Marron, Univ of Stuttgart

  1. A SW Framework for Retrieving and Organizing Real-time Mobile Data
  2. A Real-time Mobile System for Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring and Fetal Distress Detection
  3. Mobile Advertisement System Utilizing User's Contextual Information
  4. Generating Useful Photo Context Metadata for the Semantic Web
  5. Call Intent based “Enhanced Caller ID”

10:30-12:10 Session 2: Security in Mobile and Ubiquitous Networks [Conference1]

Takaaki Umedu, Osaka Univ

  1. A New User Authentication Protocol for Mobile Terminals in Wireless Network
  2. Evaluation of the Impact of Selfish Nodes in Ad Hoc Networks and Detection and Countermeasure Methods
  3. Secure Access Control Schemes for RFID Systems with Anonymity
  4. On the Security of Two Group Key Agreement Protocols for Mobile Devices
  5. Content-Based Entry Control for Secure Spaces

10:30-12:10 Session 3: Ubiquitous Devices and Networks [Conference3]

Eiji Kamioka, National Institute of Informatics

  1. Server Side C-DASH : Ubiquitous Hardware/Software Codesign Environment
  2. Ubiquitous Gadgets for Constructing Flexible Ubiquitous Services
  3. Flexible Network System for Wearable Computing Using Conductive Fabric
  4. NB-FACE: No-Beacon FACE Ad-hoc Routing Protocol for Reduction of Location Acquisition Overhead
  5. Pointing and Retrieving: A Model of Data Translation Method for Real World Computing

12:10-13:10 Lunch

13:10-15:10 Session 4: Information Retrieval [Nogaku Hall]

Adam Jatowt, NICT

  1. A Demand-Oriented Information Retrieval Method on MANET
  2. Profile-based Query Routing in a Mobile Social Network
  3. A Web Search Method using User Operation on Digital Maps
  4. A Query Processing Method Considering Query Frequency for Broadcast Database Systems
  5. Topic Detection from Blog Documents Using User Interests
  6. Context-Aware SVM for Context-Dependent Information Recommendation

13:10-15:10 Session 5: Mobile and Ubiquitous Networks [Conference1]

Keiichi Yasumoto, NAIST

  1. Extended Correspondent Registration Scheme for Reducing Handover Delay in Mobile IPv6
  2. Intra-Class Utility-Fair Bandwidth Adaptation for Multi-Class Traffic in Wireless Networks
  3. An Internet Gateway Access-Point Selection Problem for Wireless Infrastructure Mesh Networks
  4. Dynamic Address Configuration Supporting One Hop Communication of Mobile Personal Area Network
  5. Discovery and Delay Analysis of Bluetooth Devices
  6. Enhancing Network Performance with Adaptive Admission Control

13:10-15:10 Session 6: Multimedia Communication and Application [Conference3]

Naoki Shibata, Shiga Univ

  1. An Adaptive Scheme for Consistency among Players in Networked Racing Games
  2. Maximizing User Gain in Multi-flow Multicast Streaming on Overlay Networks
  3. QoS Control for Continuous Media over Heterogeneous Environment by Wired and Wireless Network
  4. Power Controlled Routing in Wireless Multihop Communication for Higher End-to-End Bandwidth
  5. Influences of Network Latency of Voice and Haptic Media on Efficiency of Collaborative Work
  6. Collaborative Virtual Environment Considering Scalability and Usability

15:10-15:40 Coffee Break

15:40-17:20 Session 7: Ad Hoc Network [Nogaku Hall]

Susumu Ishihara, Shizuoka Univ

  1. A Security Model for OLSR MANET Protocol
  2. Light Client Management Protocol for Wireless Mesh Networks
  3. Conformance and Interoperability Testing of an Ad Hoc Routing Protocol
  4. On TDMA Slot Assignment Protocol Considering the Existence of Unidirectional Wireless Links in Ad Hoc Sensor Networks
  5. A Study on Performance Evaluation of Real-time Data Transmission on Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks

15:40-17:20 Session 8: Data Management [Conference1]

Katsumi Takahashi, NTT

  1. Accelerating Remote Logging by Two Level Asynchronous Checkpointing
  2. Consistency Management among Replicas Using a Quorum System in Ad Hoc Networks
  3. FlexSched*: A Parameterized Data Schedule Generator for Multi-Channel Broadcast Systems
  4. A Technique for Information Sharing Using Inter-Vehicle Communication with Message Ferrying
  5. An Embedded Intelligence Model: Issues in the Real-World Empowered Organizational Computing

15:40-17:40 Session 9: Mobile Agent and Web Services [Conference3]

Yoshito Tobe, Tokyo Denki Univ

  1. Effect of Retransmissions in Mobile Agent Communications under Unstable Network Conditions
  2. Trapco: Website Design by Transforming Paper-based Prototypes to Computer-based Prototypes
  3. A New Secure Mobile Community System
  4. Activity Scheduling in Web-Service Based Workflow Management for Balancing Load and Handling Failures
  5. Collecting Adaptive Data for Isolated Wireless Sensors with Patrol Nodes in Live E!
  6. An Antecedence Graph Approach for Fault Tolerance in a Multi-Agent System
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