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ADMNET 2019: The 7th IEEE International Workshop on Architecture, Design, Deployment and Management of Networks & Applications

ADMNET 2019 Program

ADMNET 1: The 7th IEEE International Workshop on Architecture, Design, Deployment and Management of Networks & Applications
Monday July 15, 8:00 – 9:30
Location: AMU 157

Session Chair: Hiroki Kashiwazaki, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Over-The-Air Provisioning for IoT Wearable Devices via BLE and oneM2M
Wei-Han Chen and Fuchun Lin

A Dynamic Intervals Determination Method Based on Transaction Rates for Real-time IoT Applications
Chaxiong Yukonhiatou, Tomoki Yoshihisa, Tomoya Kawakami, Yuuichi Teranishi and Shinji Shimojo

Analyzing the Effect of Increased Distribution on a Wearable Appliance
Mateus Silva and Ricardo Oliveira

ADMNET 2: The 7th IEEE International Workshop on Architecture, Design, Deployment and Management of Networks & Applications
Monday July 15, 10:00 – 12:00
Location: AMU 157

Session Chair: Hajime Shimada, Nagoya University, Japan

On the Effectiveness of Position-based Routing in Delay/Disruption-Tolerant Networking
Natsuko Kawabata, Yasuhiro Yamasaki and Hiroyuki Ohsaki

On the Predictability of Network Robustness from Spectral Measures
Kazuyuki Yamashita, Yuichi Yasuda, Ryo Nakamura and Hiroyuki Ohsaki

Spread of Anycast and GSLB
Kenichi Yoshida, Kazunori Fujiwara, Akira Sato and Shuji Sannomiya

A Proposal of SDN-FIT System to Evaluate Wide Area Distributed Applications based on Exhaustive FIT Scenario Generation
Hiroki Kashiwazaki and Shinnosuke Miura

Call for Papers

The aims of this workshop are to discuss and advance the state-of-the-art research and development in the area of architecture, design, deployment, and management of networks and Internet-based applications. This workshop is also a forum for designers, developers, and administrators of the networks and applications. Technology, knowledge, and technique are important key elements to solve the issues and meet the requirements for making new technologies. It is intended to bring together researchers from different communities with similar needs and to provide a base for scientific exchanges of research ideas.

The widespread of the Internet has given further opportunities for providing new network services and Web-based applications. However, such services and applications are often accomplished by high complexities and the need for advanced heuristic techniques has become prevalent. On the other hand, the networks of company, campus, and community have become an important infrastructure for business, education, research and social activity. These networks have to be robust, reliable, fast, convenient and safe.

Developers and administrators of applications and networks are struggling to design and operate systems with their heuristic techniques in order to keep and improve the quality and performance. Computer ethics and its education may be an important factor not only to protect security and privacy but also to improve the efficiency of the system and reduce operating costs. These efforts and issues should be shared and solved among researchers from different communities with similar needs. 

Scope of the Workshop

Any submissions relevant to the area of networks and applications will be considered, but any submissions related to one of the following topics will be particularly welcome:

  • Network Architecture and Design
  • QoS, Scalability Solutions
  • Fairness, Optimality, and other aspects of Network Resource Sharing
  • Network Deployment, Management, and Operation
  • Network Security (VPN, Authentication, Certification, ISMS, etc.)
  • Network Applications (WWW, E-mail, etc.) and their Operation
  • Meta-Heuristics and Soft Computing Approaches for Networking Technologies
  • Network Metrics, Network Growth, and Percolation Models
  • Modeling of Users and Network-Based Services,
  • Digital Convergence
  • ITIL, User Policy and Service Level Agreements
  • Computer Ethics and Education


ADMNET Organizers

Hiroki Kashiwazaki, Cybermedia Center, Osaka University
Email: reo@cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp

Takashi Yamanoue, Faculty of Engineering, Fukuyama University
Email: yamanoue@fuip.fukuyama-u.ac.jp

Yong Jin, Global Scientific Information and Computing Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology
E-mail: yongj@gsic.titech.ac.jp

Ruediger Gad, Terma GmbH
Email: ruga@terma.com

Program Committee

Kaori Maeda, Hiroshima City University, Japan
Kazuyuki Yoshida, Oita University, Japan
Marko Jantti, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Martin J. Dürst, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
Neng-Fa Zhou, Brooklyn College the City University of New York, USA
Petrica Pop, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, North University Center of Baia Mare, Romania
Kaz Yatsushiro, Yamanashi Prefectural University, Japan
Kei Ohnishi, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
Kouji Nishimura, Hiroshima University, Japan
Martin Kappes, Frankfurt University of Applied Science, Germany
Masato Tsuru, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
Motonori Nakamura, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Tohru Kondo, Hiroshima University, Japan
Yutaka Nakamura, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan