Fast Abstract 2018-06-07T18:48:08+00:00

Fast Abstracts

Call for Papers

The Fast Abstract symposium seeks to bring together students, faculty and researchers working in computer software, applications, and related fields. The submitted FA article will be reviewed as a Fast Abstract, and should be a 2 page article presenting, for example, new ideas, work in progress, or opinions that address issues relevant to computer software, applications and related fields.

We also welcome contributions that may have thought provoking ideas based on theory, application or development experience, and may have initial or proof of concept results. The presenter will have the opportunity to discuss their research, methodology and results with other researchers and receive useful guidance and feedback from the community.

Authors are encouraged to submit summaries of their original work (not published or submitted elsewhere). All submissions must be written in English, and be a maximum of 2 pages in length, in 10-point font using the IEEE conference proceedings format. Each submission should include the title of the paper, a 150 word abstract, and up to 6 keywords. Evaluation of submissions will be based on their originality, significance of contribution to the field, technical merit, presentation quality and adherence to submission guidelines. All accepted Fast Abstracts will be published in the electronic COMPSAC 2018 proceedings. At least one of the authors of a Fast Abstract must register to attend the conference and present the article. Failure to do so will result in exclusion of the accepted papers from the COMPSAC 2018 proceedings.

Fast Abstract 2018 Program

FAST ABSTRACT 1
JULY 24, 11:00am
MEETING 202
SESSION CHAIR: HIROKI TAKAKURA, NII, JAPAN

Systematic Literature Review Regarding Communication Support in Project-based Learning of Software Development
Yutsuki Miyashita, Takafumi Tanaka, Atsuo Hazeyama

Painless Tennis Ball Tracking System
Wook-Sung Yoo, Zach Jones, Henok Atsbaha, David Wingfiled

Remote Monitoring and Control Web Service for Internet of Heating
Bo Cheng, Shuai Zhao, Junliang Chen

Possiblistic Reasoning about Agent Systems
Tuan-Fang Fan, Churn-Jung Liau

An Enhanced Temperature Aware Routing Protocol in Wireless Body Area Networks
BeomSu Kim, Babar Shah, Ki-Il Kim

A Framework for Selecting Collaborative Modeling tools
Panuchart Bunyakiati, Usa Sammapun

Machine Translation Considering Context Information Using Encoder-Decoder Model
Tetsuto Takano, Satoshi Yamane

FAST ABSTRACT 2
JULY 24, 1:30pm
LOCATION: MEETING 202
SESSION CHAIR: DAVE TOWEY, UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM NINGBO CHINA

Data Retention System with Mobile Edge Computing for Local Production and Consumption of Spatio-Temporal Data
Daiki Nobayashi, Kazuya Tsukamoto, Takeshi Ikenaga, Mario Gerla

Designing a Computer Detective Game for Science Education
Fu-Hsing Tsai

Model Check of Real-time Property of Embedded Assembly Program Using CEGAR
Hiromu Kamide, Kosuke Uemura, Satoshi Yamane

Comprehensive Data Tree by Actor Messaging for Incremental Hierarchical Clustering
Taiki Shimizu, Kohei Sakurai

Applying Code Vectors for Presenting Software Features in Machine Learning
Hyun-il Lim

A Framework for Real Time Emotion Recognition Based on Human ANS using Pervasive Device
Feri Setiawan, Sunder Ali Khowaja, Aria Ghora Prabono, Bernardo Nugroho Yahya, Seok-Lyong Lee

A New Approach for the Verification of BPMN Models Using Refinement Patterns
Salma Ayari

FAST ABSTRACT 3
JULY 24, 3:30 pm
LOCATION: MEETING 202
SESSION CHAIR: MICHIHARU TAKEMOTO, NTT, JAPAN

On Exploiting Temporal Periodicity for Message Delivery in Mobile Opportunistic Networks
Yu-Feng Hsu, Chih-Lin Hu, Hsin-Ju Hsiao

Cyclic Performance Fluctuation of TCP BBR
Kouto Miyazawa, Naoki Oda, Kanon Sasaki, Saneyasu Yamaguchi

Towards Efficient Network Resource Management in SDN-based Heterogeneous Vehicular Networks
Adnan Mahmood, B. Butler, B. Jennings

Clustering TLS Sessions Based on Protocol Fields Analysis
Hiroaki Yamauchi, Akihiro Nakao, Masato Oguchi, Shu Yamamoto, Saneyasu Yamaguchi

On Graph Representation with Smallest Numerical Encoding
Victor Parque, Tomoyuki Miyashita

Numerical Representation of Modular Graphs
Victor Parque, Tomoyuki Miyashita

Mitigating SDN Flow Table Overflow
Hanwu Luo, Wenzhen LI, Ying Qian, Liang Dou, Wanqing You, Kai Qian

FAST ABSTRACT 4
JULY 25, 11:00 am
LOCATION: MEETING 202
SESSION CHAIR: HOSSAIN SHAHRIAR, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

An Integrated Memory and SSD Caching I/O Subsystem
Hsung-Pin Chang, Da-Wei Chang

Benchmark Requirements for Assessing Software Security Vulnerability Testing Tools
Reza M. Parizi, Kai Qian, Hossain Shahriar, Fan Wu, Lixin Tao

Effects of Variable Part Auto Configuration and Management for Software Product Line
Taeho Kim, Sungwon Kang, Jihun Lee

Secure Mobile IPC Software Development with Vulnerability Detectors in Android Studio
Xianyong Meng, Kai Qian, Dan Lo, Md Arabin Islam Talukder, Hossain Shahriar, Prabir Phattacharya

A Comparison of EEG and NIRS Biomarkers for Assessment of Depression Risk
Labiblais Rahman, Katsunori Oyama

Android Malware Detector Exploiting Convolutional Neural Network and Adaptive Classifier Selection
Yangxu Jin, Ting Liu, Ancheng He, Yu Qu, Jianlei Chi

Web Application Firewall: Network Security Models and Configuration
Victor Clincy, Hossain Shahriar

Empirical Analysis of Coding Standard Violation Focusing on Its Coverage and Importance
Aji Ery Burhandenny, Hirohisa Aman, Minoru Kawahara



Paper Submission Site




Deadlines and due dates are available on the Important Dates page.

Paper templates and additional information for authors is available on the Information for Authors page.



Fast Abstract Organizers

Hossain Shahriar, Kennesaw State University, USA
Email: hshahria@kennesaw.edu

Hiroki Takakura, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Email: takakura@nii.ac.jp

Michiharu Takemoto, NTT Labs, Japan
Email: takemoto.michiharu@lab.ntt.co.jp

Dave Towey, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Email: dave.towey@nottingham.edu.cn