Publications

  1. Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato, and Hidehiro Kanemitsu. ThingVisor Factory: A system for design and deployment for cloud native IoT services. In Proc. of the 2021 IEICE Society Conference, pp. BI–4–2, September 2021. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  2. Hidenori Nakazato, Hajime Tazaki, Kenichi Nakamura, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Andrea Detti. Ai applications in the FED4IoT project and their proposal on standardization. In Proc. of the 2021 IEICE Society Conference, pp. BK–3–4, September 2021. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  3. Shuichi Ohno, Keitaro Terada, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Koichi Ishibashi. Distributed mqtt broker architecture using ring topology and its prototype. IEICE Communications Express, Vol. 10, No. 8, pp. 582–586, 2021. [pdf]
  4. Shuichi Ohno, Kazuhiro Kosaka, Keitaro Terada, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Koichi Ishibashi. MQTT virtual ring and FTP linked control method for large volume transfer. Technical Report vol. 121, no. 113, CS2021-18, pp. 19-20, IEICE, July 2021. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  5. Hajime Tazaki, Akira Moroo, Yohei Kuga, and Ryo Nakamura. How to design a library OS for practical containers? In Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGPLAN/SIGOPS International Conference on Virtual Execution Environments, pp. 15–28, New York, NY, USA, 2021. Association for Computing Machinery. [pdf]
  6. Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto, and Hidenori Nakazato. A containerized task clustering for scheduling workflows to utilize processors and containers on clouds. The Journal of Supercomputing, 2021. [view] [pdf]
  7. Tetsuya Yokotani, Shuichi Ohno, Hiroaki Mukai, Koichi Ishibashi, “IoT platform with distributed brokers on MQTT”, International Journal of Future Computer and Communication (IJFCC), ISSN: 2010-3751, Vol. 10, No.1., pp.7-12, March 2021. [pdf]
  8. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Koichi Ishibashi, “Concept and Development of Next Phase Gateway Applied to Internet of Things”, 2021 the 11th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering (WCSE 2021) , F1009, Feb. 2021. [pdf]
  9. Tetsuya Yokotani, Shuichi Ohno, Hiroaki Mukai, Koichi Ishibashi, “IoT platform with distributed brokers on MQTT”, 2021 the 11th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering (WCSE 2021), F1003, Feb. 2021. [pdf]
  10. Shin-ichi Yamamoto, Tetsuya Yokotani, Koichi Ishibashi, Keiji Sasabayashi, “Performance evaluation about information transfer mechanisms in IoT service”, The 12th International Conference on Future Computer and Communication (ICFCC 2021), F1008-A, Feb. 2021. [pdf]
  11. Shuichi Ohno, Keitaro Terada, Tetsuya Yokotani, Koichi Ishibashi, “The virtual ring control mechanism for distributed brokers of MQTT”, The 12th Inter- national Conference on Future Computer and Communication (ICFCC 2021), F1005-A, Feb. 2021. [pdf]
  12. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Koichi Ishibashi, and Hiroaki Mukai, “Proposals on the Root Data Domain Gateway and System Operations for IoT Data Interop-erability”, The 35 International Conference on Information Networking (ICOIN 2021), O-15-5, DOI: 10.1109/ICOIN50884.2021.9333863, Jan. 2021. [pdf]
  13. Hibiki Sekine, Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto, Hidehiro Kanemitsu, and Hidenori Nakazato, “IoT-centric service function chaining orchestration and its performance vali- dation”, In 2021 18th IEEE Annual Consumer Communications Networking Conference (CCNC), January 2021.
  14. Satomi Shirasaki, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto, “Deep learning-based R-R interval estimation by using smartphone sensors during exercise”, In 2021 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE), January 2021.
  15. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Kenji Kanai, “Concept for and Implementation of a Root Data Domain Gateway to Provide Interoperability of IoT Data”, 2020 International Conference on Emerging Technologies for Communications (ICETC 2020), O2-1, December 2020. [pdf]
  16. Hidenori Nakazato, “Federation of IoT systems and service function chaining”, invited, In Proc. of 2020 International Conference on Emerging Technologies for Communications (ICETC 2020), December 2020. [pdf]
  17. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Koichi Ishibashi, Hiroaki Mukai, “Wildlife Mon- itoring to Contribute Sustainable Development Goals – Concept, Requirement, and Implementation -”, International Journal of Computing and Digital Systems (IJCDC), ISSN: 2210-142X, Vol. 9, No. 6, pp. 1023-1033, Nov. 2020. [pdf]
  18. Pedro Gonzalez-Gil, Antonio F. Skarmeta, and Juan Antonio Martinez. The secu- rity framework of fed4iot. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Cloud Continuum Services for Smart IoT Systems, CCIoT ’20, pp. 1–6, New York, NY, USA, 2020. Association for Computing Machinery. [pdf]
  19. Yohei Kumamoto and Hidenori Nakazato, “Implementation of NDN function chaining using caching for IoT environments”, In Proceedings of the Workshop on Cloud Continuum Services for Smart IoT Systems, CCIoT ’20, pp. 20–25, New York, NY, USA, 2020. Association for Computing Machinery. [pdf]
  20. Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato, Hidehiro Kanemitsu, and Andrea Detti, “ThingVisor Factory: Thing Virtualization Platform for Things as a Service”, In Proceedings of the Workshop on Cloud Continuum Services for Smart IoT Systems, CCIoT ’20, pp. 7–12, Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 2020. [pdf]
  21. Hibiki Sekine, Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto, Hidehiro Kanemitsu, and Hidenori Nakazato. Performance evaluations of service function chaining orchestration. Technical Re- port vol. 120, no. 252, CS2020-72, pp. 33-38, IEICE, November 2020. (in Japanese) [pdf]
  22. Kota OZAKI, Hidenori NAKZATO, and Kenji KANAI. Function selection and cache refresh mechanisms for NDN function chaining. Technical Report vol. 120, no. 252, CS2020-71, pp. 27-32, IEICE, November 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  23. Keisuke TAKAHASHI, Hidenori NAKAZATO, and Kenji KANAI. Proposal of IoT meta data management protocols for efficient IoT data sharing and IoT service deployment. Technical Report vol. 120, no. 252, CS2020-67, pp. 13-18, IEICE, November 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  24. Kazuki Shigemori, Hiroaki Mukai, Tetsuya Yokotani, Kenji Kanai, “A Study on privacy protection with the virtual IoT platforms”, IEICE Technical Report, CS2020-65, ISSN: 2432-6380, November 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  25. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Hiroaki Mukai, “Concept for and Development of the Home Gateway Applied to Internet of Things”, IEICE Technical Report, CS2020-66, ISSN: 2432-6380, November 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  26. Hidenori Nakazato. Federating autonomous IoT silos: Fed4IoT approach. Keynote Talk in 13th International Workshop on Autonomous Self-Organizing Networks (ASON 2020), November 2020. [pdf]
  27. Andrea Detti. Introduction to fed4iot architecture and its related technologies for smart city. Technical Report vol. 120, no. 223, CS2020-53, pp. 35-37, IEICE, November 2020.
  28. Tetsuya Yokotani, Hiroaki Mukai, Kazuki Shigemori, Eisei Yoshida, Yoshiya Nakayama, Nao Ogino, Koichi Ishibashi, “Wildlife monitoring system based on FED4IoT architecture for smart city – Trial in Hakusan Mt. area and future expansions”, IEICE Technical report, CS2020-54, ISSN: 2432-6380, November 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  29. Satomi Shirasaki, Kenji Kenji, and Jiro Katto. Accuracy evaluations of lstm-based rri estimation method by using smartphone sensors during exercise. Technical Report vol. 120, no. 261, SeMI2020-29, pp. 57-58, IEICE, November 2020. (in Japanese).
  30. Kenji KANAI, Hibiki SEKINE, Hidenori NAKAZATO, Hirohide KANEMITSU, and Jiro KATTO. Service function chaining orchestration and its evaluations in real environment. Technical Report vol. 120, no. 223, CS2020-55, pp. 42-47, IEICE, November 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  31. Kenji Kanai, “Fed4IoT smart city application: Cross border person finder,” Digital Around the World, October 2020.
  32. Tetsuya Yokotani, “Fed4IoT Smart City Application: Wildlife Monitoring”, Digital Around the World, October 2020. [pdf]
  33. Satomi Shirasaki, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto. Deep learning-based heart rate estimation by using iot sensors on exercise. In Proceeding of the 2020 IEICE Society Confirence, pp. B–15–34, September 2020. (in Japanese).
  34. Kazuki Shigemori, Hiroaki Mukai, Tetsuya Yokotani, “ A Study on Privacy Protection in Virtual IoT Platforms”, IEICE Technical Report, CS2020-45, ISSN: 2432-6380, September 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  35. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Kenji Kanai, “Development of a Root Data Domain Gateway to Provide Interoperability of IoT Data”, IEICE Technical Report, CS2020-26, ISSN: 2432-6380, July 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  36. Shuichi Ohno, Tetsuya Yokotani, Koichi Ishibashi, Yuto Noda, Keitaro Terada, “MQTT distributed broker architecture for IoT services”, IEICE Technical Report, CS2020-27: ISSN: 2432-6380, July 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  37. Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato, and Hirohide Kanemitsu. Proposal of asyn- chronous icn service function chaining and its verification in real environment. Technical Report vol. 120, no. 75, CS2020-2, pp. 5-10, IEICE, June 2020. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  38. Yohei Kumamoto, Hiroki Yoshii, and Hidenori Nakazato. “Real-world implementation of function chaining in Named Data Networking for IoT environments”. In 2020 IEEE ComSoc International Communications Quality and Reliability Workshop (CQR), May 2020. [pdf]
  39. Juan A. Martinez, Pedro M. Ruiz, and Antonio F. Skarmeta, “Evaluation of the Use of Compressed Sensing in Data Harvesting for Vehicular Sensor Networks”, Sensors, 2020, vol. 20, no 5, p. 1434
  40. Hidenori Nakazato. “Smart city interoperability — Fed4IoT Japan-Europe joint research”. New Breeze, 32(2):1 . 4, April 2020. [Online]. Available: https://www.ituaj.jp/?newbreeze=new-breeze-2020-spring
  41. Jesus Sanchez-Gomez, Dan Garcia-Carrillo, Rafael Marin-Perez, and Antonio F. Skarmeta, “Secure Authentication and Credential Establishment in Narrowband IoT and 5G”, Sensors 2020, vol 20, no 3, p. 882
  42. Pedro Gonzalez-Gil, Juan A. Martinez, and Antonio F. Skarmeta, “Lightweigh Data-Security Ontology for IoT”, Sensors, vol. 20, no 3, p. 801
  43. Daiki TAKEMURA, Kimitaka NETSU, Eisei YOSHIDA, Tetsuya YOKOTANI, and Hiroaki MUKAI. “Development of IoT end device using PLC”. In Proc. 2020 IEICE General Conference, pages B-8-24. IEICE, 2020. (in Japanese).
  44. Kazuki SHIGEMORI, Hiroaki MUKAI, and Tetsuya YOKOTANI. “Study on privacy protection in Internet of Things”. In Proc. of 82nd IPSJ General Conference, pages 3-429 – 3-430. Information Processing Society of Japan, 2020. (in Japanese).
  45. Hidehiro KANEMITSU, Masaki HANADA, Kenji KANAI, and Hidenori NAKAZATO. “ICN-based service function chaining for workflows”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 461, IN2019-120, pp. 249-254, IEICE, March 2020. (in Japanese).
  46. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Kenji Kanai, and Hiroaki Mukai. “Interoperability between two different APIs on the semantic level for a smart city application”. In Proc. 12nd International Conference on Future Computer and Communication (ICFCC), ID C1044.A, Yangon, Myanmar, February 2020.
  47. Natthaphol Uthumphirat, Daiki Takemura, Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Keitaro Terada. “Target counter with direction tracking”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 424, CS2019-110, pp. 73-77, IEICE, February 2020.
  48. Kazuki SHIGEMORI, Kazuma AZO, Wataru MARUYAMA, Hiroaki MUKAI, and Tetsuya YOKOTANI. “IoT devices management for outdoor wireless sensor networks”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 424, CS2019-109, pp. 67-72, IEICE, February 2020. (in Japanese).
  49. Daiki Takemura, Eisei Yoshida, Kimitaka Netsu, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Hiroaki Mukai. “Development of IoT end device using PLC to realize various functions”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 424, CS2019-102, pp. 25-29, IEICE, February 2020. (in Japanese).
  50. Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato, and Hirohide Kanemitsu. “ThingVisor Factory for Things as a Service and IP and ICN-based Things sharing architecture”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 424, CS2019-101, pp. 19-24, IEICE, February 2020. (in Japanese).
  51. Keisuke TAKAHASHI, Hidenori NAKAZATO, and Kenji KANAI. “End-to-end response time evaluations in centralized and distributed IoT data sharing model”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 424, CS2019-100, pp. 13-18, IEICE, February 2020. (in Japanese).
  52. Keitaro Terada, Shuichi Ohno, Hiroaki Mukai, Koichi Ishibashi, and Tetsuya Yokotani. “Proposal of MQTT distributed broker control mechanism”. In 2020 International Conference on Information Networking (ICOIN), January 2020.
  53. Dan Garcia-Carrillo, Jesus Sanchez-Gomez, Rafael Marin-Perez and Antonio Skarmeta, “EAP-based bootstrapping for secondary service authentication to integrate IoT into 5G networks”, The 4th International Symposium on Mobile Internet Security (MobiSec’19), October 17-19, 2019, Taichung, Taiwan, Article No. 7, pp. 1-8
  54. Ramon Shancez-Iborra Stefan Covaci, José Santa, Jesús Sanchez-Gomez, Jorge Gallego-Madrid, Antonio F. Skarmeta, “MEC-assisted End-to-end 5G-Slicing for IoT”, 2019 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Waikoloa, USA
  55. Yuya Shinohara, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto. “Performance evaluations of viewport movement prediction and rate adaptation for tile-based 360-degree video delivery”. In 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM), December 2019.
  56. Keitaro Terada, Shuichi Ohno, Hiroaki Mukai, Koichi Ishibashi, and Tetsuya Yokotani. “An ICN system focusing on distributed MQTT brokers for IoT services”. In 2019 7th International Japan-Africa Conference on Electronics, Communications, and Computations, (JAC-ECC), December 2019.
  57. Hibiki SEKINE, Kenji KANAI, Hidehiro KANEMITSU, Jiro KATTO, and Hidenori NAKAZATO. “Optimal service function allocation method for IoT device virtualization”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 323, CS2019-74, pp. 23-27, IEICE, December 2019. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  58. Keitaro Terada, Eisei Yoshida, Koichi Ishibashi, Hiroaki Mukai, and Tetsuya Yokotani. “Implementation of IoT networks based on MQTT for wildlife monitoring system”. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things and Intelligence System (IoTaIS), November 2019.
  59. Yohei KUMAMOTO and Hidenori NAKAZATO. “Design of NDN-FC using virtual environment by docker”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 256, CS2019.68, pp. 33-38, IEICE, November 2019. (in Japanese).
  60. Kenji KANAI, Eisei YOSHIDA, Hidehiro KANEMITSU and Hidenori NAKAZATO, Tetsuya YOKOTANI, Hiroaki MUKAI, Kenichi NAKAMURA, and Mitsuru UESUGI. “Research development of Fed4IoT platform for Things as a Service”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 256, CS2019-69, pp. 39-44, IEICE, October 2019. (in Japanese).
  61. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuy Yokotani, Keitaro Terada, Koichi Ishibashi, and Hiroaki Mukai. “Concept for and implementation of wildlife monitoring to contribute sustainable development goals”. In 2019 International Conference on Innovation and Intelligence for Informatics, Computing, and Technologies (3ICT), September, 2019.
  62. Hidehiro KANEMITSU, Kenji KANAI, Jiro KATTO, and Hidenori NAKAZATO. “Clustering-based service function scheduling algorithm for service function chaining”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 196, CS2019-47, pp.1-4, IEICE, September 2019. (in Japanese).
  63. Kenji Kanai, Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Hidenori Nakazato, Kenichi Nakamura, Mitsuru Uesugi, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Hiroaki Mukai. “Applicability of ICN protocol for interoperability of smart cities”. In Proc. of the 2019 IEICE Society Conference, pages BT-1-2, September 2019. (in Japanese).
  64. Yuya Shinohara, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto. “Performance evaluations of rate adaptation methods for tile-based 360-degree video delivery”. In Proc. of the 2019 IEICE Society Conference, pages B-11-29, September 2019. (in Japanese).
  65. Satomi Shirasaki, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto. “Performance evaluations of daily moving behavior by using biometric sensors”. In Proc. of the 2019 IEICE Society Conference, pages B-15-31, September 2019. (in Japanese).
  66. Hibiki Sekine, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto. “End-to-end delay evaluations of micro service in various IoT resource environments”. In Proc. of the 2019 IEICE Society Conference, pages B-8-33, September 2019. (in Japanese). [pdf]
  67. Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto, and Hidenori Nakazato. “A function clustering algorithm for resource utilization in service function chaining”. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing (IEEE CLOUD 2019), Milan, Italy, July 2019.
  68. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Keitaro Terada, and Koichi Ishibashi. “Concept for and application to wildlife monitoring to contribute sustainable development goals”. Technical Report, vol. 119, no. 101, CS2019-32, pp. 79-84, IEICE, July 2019. (in Japanese).
  69. Keitaro TERADA, Eisei YOSHIDA, Koichi ISHIBASHI, Hiroaki MUKAI, and Tetsuya YOKOTANI. “IoT networks using MQTT for wildlife monitoring system”. Technical Report, vol. 119, no. 101, CS2019-31, pp. 73-78, IEICE, July 2019. (in Japanese).
  70. Andrea Detti, Giuseppe Tropea, Giulio Rossi, Juan A. Martinez, Antonio F. Skarmeta, and Hidenori Nakazato, “Virtual IoT Systems: Boosting IoT Innovation by Decoupling Things Providers and Applications Developers”, Proceedings of IEEE Global IoT Summit 2019, Aarhus, Denmark
  71. Wenbin Li, Giuseppe Tropea, Ahmed Abid, Andrea Detti, Franck Le Gall, “Review of Standard Ontologies for the Web of Things”, Proceedings of IEEE Global IoT Summit 2019, Aarhus, Denmark
  72. L. Bracciale, P. Loreti, A. Detti, R. Paolillo, N. Blefari Melazzi, “Lightweight Named Object: an ICN-based Abstraction for IoT Device Programming and Management”, Internet of Things Journal, IEEE, 2019
  73. Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Masaki Hanada, and Hidenori Nakazato, “Multiple Workflow Scheduling with Offloading Tasks to Edge Cloud”, Proceedings of 2019 International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD2019), 25-30 June 2019, Springer-Verlag, San Diego, CA, USA
  74. Keigo Ogawa, Hibiki Sekine, Kenji Kanai, Kenichi Nakamura, Hideohiro Kanemitsu, Jiro Katto, Hidenori Nakazato, “Performance Evaluations of IoT Device Virtualization for Efficient Resource Utilization”, Proceedings of IEEE Global IoT Summit 2019, Aarhus, Denmark
  75. Yuya Shinohara, Satomi Shirasaki, Yiyan Wu, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto. “Performance evaluations of tile-based 360-degree dash streaming with clustering-based viewport prediction”. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics .Taiwan (ICCE-TW), May 2019.
  76. Hiroaki MUKAI, Keitaro TERADA, and Tetsuya YOKOTANI. “Reliable LPWN for IoT systems”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 62, SR2019-7, pp. 43-48, IEICE, May 2019. (in Japanese).
  77. Kenichi Nakamura, Mitsuru Uesugi, Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato, Hide.hiro Kanemitsu, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Hiroaki Mukai. “Introduction of Fed4IoT project toward federating IoT and cloud infrastructures. “Virtual Silo” architecture consideration”. Technical Report vol. 119, no. 30, IN2019-2, pp. 7-12, IEICE, May 2019. (in Japanese).
  78. Keitaro TERADA, Hokuto WATANABE, Katsuki FUKUHARA, Hibiki YA.MADA, Hiroaki MUKAI, and Tetsuya YOKOTANI. “A study on the availability improvement of communication in wireless sensor networks”. Technical Report, vol. 119, no. 6, CS2019-9, pp. 45-50, IEICE, April 2019. (in Japanese).
  79. Wataru KAWAKAMI, Kenji KANAI, and Jiro KATTO. “Accuracy evaluations of transportation mode recognition based on communication quality of mobile video using transfer learning”. Technical Report, vol. 119, no. 6, CS2019-3, pp. 13-18, IEICE, April 2019. (in Japanese).
  80. Yuya Sasaki, Tetsuya Yokotani, Hiroaki Mukai, “QoS Control function of MQTT for Assured Communication and their Evaluation”, IEICE CQ Technical Committee on Communication Quality 2018, Nonoichi, Ishikawa, Japan.
  81. Yuya Sasaki, Tetsuya Yokotani, Hiroaki Mukai, “Proposal on IoT Communication by MQTT over L2 Network and their Performance Evaluation”, IEEE 13th International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology – IIT 2018, Al Ain, UAE.
  82. Yuya Sasaki, Tetsuya Yokotani, Hiroaki Mukai, “Comparison with Assured Transfer of Information Mechanism in MQTT”, International Japan-Africa Conference on Electronics, Communications and Computations 2018 JAC-ECC, Alexandria, Egypt.
  83. Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato, Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Hajime Tazaki, Kenichi Nakamura, Mitsuru Uesugi, Tetsuya Yokotani, Hiroaki Mukai, JiroKatto, “Introduction of Fed4IoT Project towards Federating IoT and Cloud Infrastructure – Concept and Future Plans”, IEICE Technical Committee on communication System (CS) 2018, Tokushima, Japan.
  84. Hidenori Nakazato, “IoT Networks and their Federation”, IEICE Invited Talk at Japan-Africa Conference on Electronics, Communications and Computations, JAC-ECC 2018.
  85. Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato, Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Hajime Tazaki, Kenichi Nakamura, Mitsuru Uesugi, Tetsuya Yokotani, Hiroaki Mukai, JiroKatto, “Introduction of Fed4IoT Research Project for Interoperability of Cross-domain IoT Platform”, IEICE Technical Committee on Network System (NS), Hiroshima, Japan.
  86. Keigo Ogawa, Kenji Kanai, Kenichi Nakamura, Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Jiro Katto, Hidenori Nakazato, “IoT Device Virtualization for Efficient Resource Utilization in Smart City IoT Platform”, IEEE PerCom 2019, Kyoto, Japan.
  87. Hidehiro Kanemitsu, Masaki Hanada, Hidenori Nakazato, “Clustering-based Allocation of Virtualized Functions for Service Function Chaning”, RISP NCPS 2019, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
  88. Wataru Kawakami, Bo Wei, Kenjii Kanai, Jiro Katto, “A Highly Accurate Transportation mode Recognition using Mobile Communication Quality”, EIICE Trans. on comm. Vol. E102-B, N.4.
  89. Masaki Yasumaru, Zhengxue Cheng, Ryota Yoloyama, Kenjii Kanai, Jiro Katto, “Accuracy Evaluations of Contact-free Heart Rate Measurements Methods using 4K Facial images”, IEEE ICCE 2019.
  90. K. Terada, H. Mukai, T. Yokotani, “Enhancement of MAC Protocol for Power Reduction in LoRaWAN”, 33rd International Conference on Information Networking 2018 (ICOIN), p1-7.
  91. Hajime Tazaki, Akira Moroo, Ryo Nakamura, “Jail to the Outside World: Revisit the Container Architecture”, USENIX OSDI 2018.
  92. “Interoperable Technologies for IoT Devices/Platforms in the Context of Smart Cities”, oneM2M Industrial Seminar in Kanazawa – TTC, Dec. 2018.
  93. Hajime Tazaki, “Is Reimplementation of Network Stack a good Idea or Not?”, Netdev 0x13, The Technical Conference on Linux Networking, The NetDev Society, Prague, Czech Republic, 2019.
  94. Masahiko Tahara, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto, “Accuracy Evaluations of Geolocation Estimation Based on Camera Images Using IM2GPS”, IEICE Technical Report, Tokyo, Japan, 2019.
  95. Satomi Shirasaki, Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto, “Accuracy Evaluation of Emotions Estimated Based on Biological Sensing in Music Content Viewing”, IEICE Technical Report, Tokyo, Japan, 2019.
  96. Hibiki Sekine, Kenji Kanai, and Jiro Katto, “Dealy Characteristic Evaluations on IoT Communication Protocols Over IoT Networks”, IEICE Technical Report, Tokyo, Japan, 2019.
  97. Yuya Sasaki, Daiki Takemura, Keitarou Terada, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Hiroaki Mukai, “A Study on an IoT System for Protection from Wild Animal”, IEICE Technical Report, Tokyo, Japan, 2019.
  98. Daiki Takemura, Yuya Sasaki, Keitaro Terada, Tetsuya Yokotani, and Hiroaki Mukai, “A Study on Communication Networks for Wild Animal Life Systems Based on IoT”, IEICE Technical Report, Tokyo, Japan, 2019.
  99. Andrea Detti, Ludovico Funari, Nicola Blefari-Melazzi, “Sub-Linear Scalability of MQTT Clusters in Topic-Based Publish-Subscribe Applications,” in IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 1954-1968, Sept. 2020, doi: 10.1109/TNSM.2020.3003535.
  100. Andrea Detti, Giulio Rossi, Nicola Blefari Melazzi , “Exploiting Information-Centric Networking to Federate Spatial Databases,” in IEEE Access, vol. 7, pp. 165248-165261, 2019, doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2953043.
  101. Eisei Yoshida, Tetsuya Yokotani, Kenji Kanai. “Development of a Root Data Domain Gateway to Provide Interoperability of IoT Data”. IEICE Technical Report. Volume 120, Number 107, CS2020-26. Tokyo, Japan, 2020.
  102. Shuichi Ohno, Tetsuya Yokotani, Koichi Ishibashi, Yuto Noda, Keitaro Terada. “MQTT distributed broker architecture for IoT services”. IEICE Technical Report. Volume 120, Number 107, CS2020-27. Tokyo, Japan, 2020.