Fast Abstract2019-06-28T14:35:34+00:00

Fast Abstract

Fast Abstract 2019 Program

Fast Abstract 1
Friday July 19, 8:00 – 9:30
Location: Ballroom D
Session Chair: Michiharu Takemoto, NTT Labs, Japan

Toward an Optimal Anomaly Detection Pattern in Wireless Sensor Networks
Muhammad Alfian Amrizal, Luis Guillen and Takuo Suganuma

Application and Research of Image-Based Modeling and 3D Printing Technology in Intangible Cultural Heritage Quanzhou Marionette Protection
Chao Gao, Junfeng Yao, Kaini Huang and Kai Qian

Logistic Regression and Random Forest for Effective Imbalanced Classification
Hanwu Luo, Xiubao Pan, Qingshun Wang, Shasha Ye and Ying Qian

Improving Prediction Accuracy for Logistic Regression on Imbalanced Datasets
Hao Zhang, Zhuolin Li, Lixin Tao, Prabir Bhattacharya, Ying Qian and Hossain Shahriar

IoT Malware Analysis
Victor Clincy and Hossain Shariar

Blockchain Development Platform Comparison
Victor Clincy and Hossain Shahriar

Protecting Data in Android External Data Storage
Hao Zhang, Zhuolin Li, Dan Lo, Ying Qian, Hossain Shahriar and Fan Wu

Achievements Visualization in Programming Education
Kaisei Hanayama, Shinsuke Matsumoto, Yoshiki Higo and Shinji Kusumoto

Fast Abstract 2
Friday July 19, 1:00 – 2:30
Location: Ballroom D
Session Chair: Dave Towey, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China

CloneTM: A Code Clone Detection Tool Based on Latent Dirichlet Allocation
Sandeep Reddivari and Mohammed Salman Khan

VisioTM: A Tool for Visualizing Source Code Based on Topic Modeling
Sandeep Reddivari and Mohammed Salman Khan

A Protocol for Preventing Transaction Commitment without Recipient’s Authorization on Blockchain
Ryosuke Yamauchi, Yoko Kamidoi and Shin’Ichi Wakabayashi

Rogue Wireless Access Point Detection using Delay Fluctuation in Backbone Network
Ziwei Zhang, Hirokazu Hasegawa, Yukiko Yamaguchi and Hajime Shimada

Trust-oriented Live Video Distribution Architecture
Tomoki Yoshihisa, Satoru Matsumoto, Tomoya Kawakami and Yuuichi Teranishi

Detecting No-Sleep Bugs Using Sequential Reference Counts
Priyanka Bharat Sakhare and Dae-Kyoo Kim

A Linear Regression Approach to Modeling Software Characteristics for Classifying Similar Software
Hyun-Il Lim

Load Balancing Algorithm for Multiple UAVs Relayed Tactical Ad Hoc Networks
Sangwoo Jung, Bongsoo Roh, Jaehyun Ham and Ki-Il Kim

Garbage Weight Estimation System
Sai Mullangi, Thulasidhar Kattamreddy, Shanthan Ramadugu and Wook-Sung Yoo

Fast Abstract 3
Friday July 19, 3:00 – 4:15
Location: Ballroom D
Session Chair: Hiroki Takakura, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Topic Shift Detection in Online Discussions using Structural Context and Word Embedding
Yingcheng Sun and Kenneth Loparo

Virtualization for Flexibility and Network-Aware on 5G Mobile Devices
Kien Nguyen, Li Zhe-Tao and Hiroo Sekiya

A Clicked – URL Feature for Transactional Query Identification
Yingcheng Sun and Kenneth Loparo

Context Aware Image Annotation in Multiple-Instance Active Learning with Batch Mode
Yingcheng Sun and Kenneth Loparo

Basic Concept of Emergency Optical Network Planning Using Multiagent-based Flexible and Autonomous Network Control
Satoru Izumi, Masaki Shiraiwa, Goshi Sato, Sugang Xu and Takuo Suganuma

Basic Design of Network Control Method Based on Disaster Risk of OpenFlow C/M-Plane
Satoru Izumi, Hiroyuki Takahira, Kosuke Gotani, Misumi Hata, Luis Guillen, Toru Abe and Takuo Suganuma

Predicting Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Using A Random Forest
Adway Wadekar

An Improved Semi-Supervised Learning Method on Cataract Fundus Image Classification
Wenai Song, Ying Cao, Zhiqiang Qiao, Qing Wang and Ji-Jiang Yang

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 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 proceedings.

Fast Abstract Chairs

Hossian Shahriar, Kennesaw State University, USA

Michiharu Takemoto, NTT Labs, Japan

Dave Towey, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China

Hiroki Takakura, National Institute of Informatics, Japan