2011 International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems

NBiS 2011 Table of Contents Message from the NBiS 2011 General Co-chairs...................................................................................................................................................xvii Message from the NBiS 2011 Program Committee Co-chairs...............................................................................................................................xviii Message from the NBiS 2011 Steering Committee Co-chairs................................................................................................................................xix Message from the Workshops Co-chairs ................................................................................................xx Organizing Committee..............................................................................................................................xxi Program Committee Members ...............................................................................................................xxiv Reviewers...............................................................................................................................................xxviii Keynotes..................................................................................................................................................xxxii ADPNA 2011 Message from the International Workshop Organizers ...........................................................................................................................xxxiv ADPNA 2011 Organizing Committee ....................................................................................................xxxv ADPNA 2011 Reviewers........................................................................................................................xxxvi HETNET 2011 Message from the Workshop Co-chairs ...............................................................................................................................................xxxvii HETNET 2011 Organizing Committee ................................................................................................xxxviii HETNET 2011 Reviewers.......................................................................................................................xxxix INVITE 2011 Message from the Program Chair.............................................................................................................................................................xl INVITE 2011 Organizing Committee .........................................................................................................xli INVITE 2011 Reviewers.............................................................................................................................xlii INWC 2011 Message from the Workshop Co-chairs...................................................................................................................................................xliii

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INWC 2011 Organizing Committee..........................................................................................................xliv INWC 2011 Reviewers...............................................................................................................................xlv ITIS 2011 Message from the Workshop Co-chairs...................................................................................................................................................xlvi ITIS 2011 Organizing Committee............................................................................................................xlvii ITIS 2011 Reviewers................................................................................................................................xlviii MCCTA 2011 Message from the Workshop Co-chairs.................................................................................................................................................xlvix MCCTA 2011 Organizing Committee...........................................................................................................l MCCTA 2011 Reviewers..............................................................................................................................lii NeoFUSION 2011 Message from the Symposium Co-chairs.........................................................................................................................liii NeoFUSION 2011 Organizing Committee.................................................................................................liv NeoFUSION 2011 Reviewers......................................................................................................................lv TwC 2011 Message from the Workshop Co-chairs.....................................................................................................................................................lvi TwC 2011 Organizing Committee.............................................................................................................lvii TwC 2011 Reviewers ................................................................................................................................lviii

Session 1: Energy Efficient Networks and Green IT Evaluation of Optimal Resource Allocation Method for Cloud Computing Environments with Limited Electric Power Capacity .....................................................................................1 Kazuki Mochizuki and Shin-ichi Kuribayashi The Computation and Transmission Rate Based (CTRB) Algorithm for Distributed Applications ...........................................................................................................................6 Tomoya Enokido, Ailixier Aikebaier, and Makoto Takizawa A Sensing and Experimental Analysis of Life Environment for Ecological Lifestyle .......................................................................................................................................................14 Motoi Yamagiwa, Katsuyoshi Matsumoto, Makoto Murakami, and Minoru Uehara Energy-Aware Network Configuration for Wireless Sensor Networks ........................................................22 Ada Gogu, Dritan Nace, and Yacine Challal

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Session 2: Ad-Hoc Networks Precoder Adaptation and Power Control in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks for Rate Maximization ...............................................................................................................................................30 Danda B. Rawat, Bhed Bahadur Bista, and Gongjun Yan Real Data from a Testbed in Indoor Stairs Environment Considering BATMAN Protocol .......................................................................................................................................................35 Elis Kulla, Makoto Ikeda, Masahiro Hiyama, Leonard Barolli, and Bexhet Kamo Two-Phase Top-k Query Processing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks .............................................................42 Yusa Sasaki, Takahiro Hara, and Shojiro Nishio Application of GA and Multi-objective Optimization for QoS Routing in Ad-Hoc Networks .....................................................................................................................................................50 Admir Barolli, Evjola Spaho, Fatos Xhafa, Leonard Barolli, and Makoto Takizawa

Session 3: Sofware and Monitoring Systems An Angle Measurement Method by Using Terrestrial Magnetism Sensors on a Ski Jumper's Motion Monitoring System ..................................................................................................60 Nobuyoshi Sato, Masaki Oikawa, Tsuyoshi Takayama, and Yoshitoshi Murata On the Feasibility of Using 802.11p for Communication of Electronic Toll Collection Systems .....................................................................................................................................68 Mei-Wen Li, Tsung-hsun Wu, Wei-Yen Lin, Kun-chan Lan, Chien-Ming Chou, and Chung-Hsien Hsu Quick Damage & Loss Estimation of Tehran City Using Iraninan TEDES Software ......................................................................................................................................................76 S. Karimi, S. Montazerolghaem, and A. Rajabzadeh

Session 4: Network Security E-mail Sender Identification through Trusted Local Deposit-Agents ..........................................................84 Masaru Takesue

Apriori-PrefixSpan Hybrid Approach for Automated Detection of Botnet Coordinated Attacks ...................................................................................................................................92 Masayuki Ohrui, Hiroaki Kikuchi, Masato Terada, and Nur Rohman Rosyid Digital Identity Management within Networked Information Systems: From Vertical Silos View into Horizontal User-Supremacy Processes Management ..........................................98 Ghazi Ben Ayed and Solange Ghernaouti-Hélie Lightweight Security for JXME-Proxied Relay Authentication ..................................................................104 Marc Domingo-Prieto and Joan Arnedo-Moreno

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Session 5: Wireless Networks and Applications A Proposal of an Active Access-Point Selection Algorithm in Wireless Mesh Networks ...................................................................................................................................................112 Nobuo Funabiki, Junki Shimizu, Toru Nakanishi, and Kan Watanabe Goodput Evaluation of AODV, OLSR and DYMO Protocols for Vehicular Networks Using CAVENET .......................................................................................................................118 Evjola Spaho, Leonard Barolli, Gjergji Mino, Fatos Xhafa, and Vladi Kolici Optimization Problems and Resolution Methods for Node Placement in Wireless Mesh Networks ......................................................................................................................126 Admir Barolli, Fatos Xhafa, and Makoto Takizawa Performance Evaluation of Wireless Mobile Ad-Hoc Network via NS-3 Simulator ...................................................................................................................................................135 Makoto Ikeda, Elis Kulla, Leonard Barolli, Makoto Takizawa, and Rozeta Miho

Session 6: VoD and Clustering Systems Server-Side Buffering Measurements for VoD Systems ...........................................................................142 Ella Grishikashvili and Rubem Pereira On Clustering of Risk Mitigation Controls .................................................................................................148 Kiyoshi Nagata Seamless Surveillance System by Omni-directional Camera Network ....................................................156 Takuma Kon and Yoshitaka Shibata

Session 7: Semantic Web and Internet Applications Linked Data as Integrating Technology for Industrial Data .......................................................................162 Markus Graube, Johannes Pfeffer, Jens Ziegler, and Leon Urbas A 3-Stage Transition Model of the Architecture of Mobile Social Games: Lessons from Mobile Social Games in Japan ...........................................................................................168 Toshihiko Yamakami A Prototype of Attention Simulator on Twitter ...........................................................................................173 Yoshihiro Kawano, Yoshito Kishimoto, and Tatsuhiro Yonekura A Generic Architecture for a Social Network Monitoring and Analysis System ........................................178 Alexander Semenov, Jari Veijalainen, and Alexander Boukhanovsky

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Session 8: Wireless Sensor Networks Comparison Evaluation for Mobile and Static Sensor Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks Considering TwoRayGround and Shadowing Propagation Models ......................................................................................................................................................186 Tao Yang, Gjergji Mino, Leonard Barolli, Arjan Durresi, and Fatos Xhafa Energy-Efficient Data Gathering Using Sleep Scheduling and Spatial Correlation Based on Data Distribution in Wireless Sensor Networks .....................................................194 Shinya Kondo, Akimitsu Kanzaki, Takahiro Hara, and Shojiro Nishio A Grid-Based Hole Detection Scheme in WSNs ......................................................................................202 Ying-Hong Wang, Kuo-Feng Huang, and Shaing-Ting Lin

Session 9: Network Privacy Protecting Information in a Connected World: A Question of Security and of Confidence in Security ..........................................................................................................................208 Solange Ghernaouti-Hélie, David Simms, and Igli Tashi Experimental Research on Personal Awareness and Behavior for Information Security Protection ....................................................................................................................................213 Noriaki Yoshikai, Shun-ichi Kurino, Ayako Komatsu, Daisuke Takagi, Masashi Ueda, Atsuo Inomata, and Hideo Numata Comparison of Properties between Entropy and Chi-Square Based Anomaly Detection Method ......................................................................................................................................221 Shunsuke Oshima, Takuo Nakashima, and Toshinori Sueyoshi

Session 10: Grid, P2P and Distributed Computing A GA+TS Hybrid Algorithm for Independent Batch Scheduling in Computational Grids .............................................................................................................................229 Fatos Xhafa, Joanna Kołodziej, Leonard Barolli, and Akli Fundo Reconfiguration of Chord Ring Based on Communication Delay for Lookup Performance Improvement .......................................................................................................................236 Yuta Shimano and Fumiaki Sato Specifying and Implementing an Eventual Leader Service for Dynamic Systems ....................................................................................................................................................243 Mikel Larrea and Michel Raynal Trustworthiness-Based Group Making Approach in Scalable P2P Group ...............................................250 Ailixier Aikebaier, Tomoya Enokido, and Makoto Takizawa

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Session 11: Information Aggregation and Cloud Computing Self-Regulated Trade-Off among Timeliness, Messages and Accuracy for Approximate Queries in Large-Scale Information Aggregation ...........................................................258 René Brunner, Felix Freitag, and Leandro Navarro Reputation Based Selection for Services in Cloud Environments ............................................................268 Ovidiu-Marian Achim, Florin Pop, and Valentin Cristea Performance Evaluation of Local and Cloud Deployment of Web Clusters .............................................274 A.M. Aljohani, D.R.W. Holton, I. Awan, and J.S. Alanazi Disaster Information System from Communication Traffic Analysis and Connectivity (Quick Report from Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on March 11th, 2011) ................................................................................................................................279 Noriki Uchida, Kazuo Takahata, and Yoshitaka Shibata

Session 12: Intelligent Processing and Network Protocols A Multi-layered Communication Model with Hybrid Clocks in P2P Overlay Networks ...................................................................................................................................................286 Isamu Tsuneizumi, Ailixier Aikebaier, Reko Dida, Tomoya Enokido, and Makoto Takizawa A Programmable Networked Processing Node for 3D Brain Vessels Reconstruction ..........................................................................................................................................294 Salvatore Vitabile, Carmelo Militello, Filippo Sorbello, and Leonard Barolli

Session 13: Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing and Applications Adaptive Wireless Routing Protocols ........................................................................................................302 Arjan Durresi, Mimoza Durresi, and Leonard Barolli DEH: A Ubiquitous Heritage Exploring System Using the LBS Mechanism .............................................310 Chung-Ming Huang and Shang-Chun Lu Distributed Computing with Mobile Robots: An Introductory Survey ........................................................318 Maria Potop-Butucaru, Michel Raynal, and Sébastien Tixeuil A Signal-Aware Fingerprinting-Based Positioning Technique in Cellular Networks ...................................................................................................................................................325 Chung-Ming Huang, Tsung-Han Hsieh, and Shih-Yang Lin

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Session 14: Databases and Data Mining Quorum-Based Replication of Multimedia Objects in Distributed Systems ..............................................333 Tadateru Ohkawara, Ailixier Aikebaier, Tomoya Enokido, and Makoto Takizawa A Survey of the State of the Art in Data Mining and Integration Query Languages ................................................................................................................................................341 Sabri Pllana, Ivan Janciak, Peter Brezany, and Alexander Wöhrer

Session 15: Multimedia Systems and Applications A Tangible 3D Desktop Environment with Force Feedback .....................................................................349 Yusuke Ouchi, Hiroaki Nishino, Tsuneo Kagawa, and Kouichi Utsumiya A Web-Based Sign Language Translator Using 3D Video Processing ....................................................356 Kin Fun Li, Kylee Lothrop, Ethan Gill, and Stephen Lau Virtual Common Gateway Interface Program on the Network Using the Destination Addressing Control System Scheme ...............................................................................362 Kazuya Odagiri, Shogo Shimizu, Naohiro Ishii, and Makoto Takizawa

ADPNA 2011 Session 1: Distributed Computing and Modeling Metabolic Computing ................................................................................................................................370 Minoru Uehara Probabilistic Parameters of Conditional Task Graphs ..............................................................................376 Sergiu Carpov, Jacques Carlier, Dritan Nace, and Renaud Sirdey A Power Consumption Model of a Storage Server ...................................................................................382 Takuro Inoue, Ailixier Aikebaier, Tomoya Enokido, and Makoto Takizawa

ADPNA 2011 Session 2: Distributed Systems and Applications Hub Node Reinforcement against Forwarding Obstruction Attacks in Peer-to-Peer Networks .........................................................................................................................388 Takashi Yajima, Asaki Matsumoto, and Hiroshi Shigeno How Different are Preferences of Children and Adults on Web Pages? ..................................................394 Mayu Iwata, Takahiro Hata, and Shojiro Nishio Performance Evaluation of WMN Using WMN-GA System for Different Mutation Operators ...................................................................................................................................400 Tetsuya Oda, Admir Barolli, Evjola Spaho, Fatos Xhafa, Leonard Barolli, and Makoto Takizawa

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HETNET 2011 Session 1: Heterogenous Networking And Applications Improving Parameters for Wireless Sensor Networks ..............................................................................407 Elma Zanaj, Indrit Enesi, and Elda Zenelaj Time Management in Mobile Social Game Design: Lessons from Mobile Social Games in Japan ........................................................................................................................................413 Toshihiko Yamakami An Evaluation System for Different Types of User Interfaces According to User Computer Skill and Computer Specifications ...........................................................................................419 Shinichi Inenaga, Kaoru Sugita, Tetsushi Oka, and Masao Yokota Author Identification in Albanian Language ..............................................................................................425 Hakik Paci, Elinda Kajo, Evis Trandafili, Igli Tafa, and Denisa Salillari

INVITE 2011 Session 1: Invited Talk Video Forgery ...........................................................................................................................................431 Timothy K. Shih

INVITE 2011 Session 2: Tiled Display Environment and Systems Digital Guide Map Using Tiled Display and Recommendation Function ..................................................432 Tetsuro Ogi, Yoshisuke Tateyama, and Junichi Kawasaki Fundamental Experiment on Multi-video Communication in Multipoint Tiled Display Environment .................................................................................................................................438 Yasuo Ebara Proposal of High Realistic Sensation System Using the Large Scale Tiled Display Environment .................................................................................................................................444 Tomoyuki Ishida, Akira Sakuraba, and Yoshitaka Shibata

INVITE 2011 Session 3: Multimedia Systems and Applications The Theoretical Analysis of Adaptive Memory Compression in Load Balancing Page Memory with Live-Migration Approach ............................................................................................450 Igli Tafa and Hakik Paci A New Interface for Large Scale Tiled Display System Considering Scalability .......................................456 Akira Sakuraba, Tomoyuki Ishida, and Yoshitaka Shibata A CG Learning Tool with Guided Programming Environment ..................................................................462 Hiroaki Nishino, Shogo Sueyasu, Tsuneo Kagawa, and Kouichi Utsumiya

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INWC 2011 Session 1: Diffraction and Scattering Frequency Characteristics of Diffracted Waves Considering Transition Region of GTD Shadow Boundary ........................................................................................................................468 Jiro Iwashige, Leonard Barolli, Katsuki Hayashi, Ryo Nagao, and Yuki Isayama Electromagnetic Scattering from Imperfectly Periodic Surfaces ...............................................................474 Koki Watanabe On the Scattering by Buried Objects ........................................................................................................478 M. A. Fiaz, L. Pajewski, C. Ponti, G. Schettini, and F. Frezza

INWC 2011 Session 2: Numerical Analysis and Processing Image Processing of 2-Dimensional Barcode ...........................................................................................484 Toshihiko Wakahara and Noriyasu Yamamoto Numerical Analysis of Electromagnetic Wave Scattered by High-Contrast Dielectric Cylinder Using CIP Method .......................................................................................................491 Hiroshi Maeda, Hiroyuki Terashima, Tetsuo Maruyama, and Yongmei Zhang Numerical Analysis of Two-Dimensional Photonic Crystal Waveguide Devices Using Periodic Boundary Conditions and Multilayer Technique ...............................................................497 Yoshimasa Nakatake and Koki Watanabe

INWC 2011 Session 3: Wireless Communication Wi-Fi Behavior in Presence of UMTS for Indoor Environment .................................................................502 Ezmerina Kotobelli and Renalda Kushe An Algorithm for Allocation of Base Stations in Inhomogeneous Cellular Environment ..............................................................................................................................................507 Kazunori Uchida and Junichi Honda A Method of GSM Antenna Modeling for the Evaluation of the Exposed Field in the Vicinity .............................................................................................................................................513 Algenti Lala, Bexhet Kamo, and Sanije Cela

ITIS 2011 Session 1: Innovative Systems An Implementation and Evaluation of Zone-Based Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks ......................................................................................................................................517 Haruki Osanai, Akio Koyama, and Leonard Barolli Proposal for a Cloud-Based Educational Environment ............................................................................523 Shinichiro Kibe and Minoru Uehara Performance Evaluation of 2FT RAID ......................................................................................................529 Yuji Nakamura and Minoru Uehara

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A Study on Improving the System of Grid Powered by Solar Cell ............................................................535 Kenichi Fujii, Motoi Yamagiwa, and Minoru Uehara

ITIS 2011 Session 2: Innovative Applications A Design and Implementation of a Terrestrial Magnetism and Acceleration Sensor Device for Worker's Motion Tracing System ................................................................................541 Nobuyoshi Sato, Kouichi Ueda, Jun Suzuki, Taiji Ishikawa, Tsuyoshi Takayama, and Yoshitoshi Murata Early Evaluation of Road Width Estimation on Rapid Road Map Survey System Using GPS Trajectories as Collective Intelligence .......................................................................547 Hiromitsu Sugawara, Nobuyoshi Sato, Tsuyoshi Takayama, and Yoshitoshi Murata A Practical Calendaring System Conforming with Ambiguous Pattern of Recurring Tasks ....................................................................................................................................553 Yoshinari Nomura, Syunsuke Mihara, and Hideo Taniguchi Wavelet Image Compression Method Combined with the GPCA ............................................................559 Indrit Enesi and Elma Zanaj

MCCTA 2011 Session 1 : Mobile Cloud Secuirty and System A Study on Automated Security Level Conversion Scheme for Multi-level Secure Documents ...................................................................................................................................565 Yang-Sun Lee, Leonard Barolli, and Sang-Soo Yeo An Efficient Array File System for Multiple Small-Capacity NAND Flash Memories ..................................................................................................................................................569 Sang Oh Park and Sung Jo Kim A Suggestion for Cloud Environments New Layer Contemplating and Its Security Factors ........................................................................................................................................573 Jaeik Cho, Junwon Lee, Jungtaek Seo, and Taeshik Shon

MCCTA 2011 Session 2 : Mobile Cloud and Multimedia Application A Study on Design of FMT Framework for Flex Quality Assurance .........................................................578 Yang-Hoon Kim, Guk-Boh Kim, and Hang-Bae Chang IPTV and Secure Digital Contents Downloading ......................................................................................582 Do-Eun Cho and Sang-Soo Yeo An Efficient Power Management System for Mobile Multimedia Devices ................................................586 Sang Oh Park, Jae Kyoung Lee, and Sung Jo Kim

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NeoFUSION 2011 Session 1: Wireless Networks and Communication Delay Spread of Electromagnetic Waves Propagating along Random Rough Surface .....................................................................................................................................................590 Junichi Honda and Kazunori Uchida Performance Analysis of Multicast Routing Protocols MAODV, ODMRP and ADMR for MANETs ............................................................................................................................596 Olimpjon Shurdi, Rozeta Miho, Bexhet Kamo, Vladi Koliçi, and Alban Rakipi Improvement of Encryption Processing Speed for a User Attestation System Using a Cellular Phone .............................................................................................................................602 Noriyasu Yamamoto and Toshihiko Wakahara

NeoFUSION 2011 Session 2: Secure Systems Authenticating with Attributes in Online Social Networks .........................................................................607 Dan Cao, Baokang Zhao, Xiaofeng Wang, Jinshu Su, and Yijiao Chen Adaptive VoIP Steganography for Information Hiding within Network Audio Streams ....................................................................................................................................................612 Erchi Xu, Bo Liu, Liyang Xu, Ziling Wei, Baokang Zhao, and Jinshu Su Efficient Malicious Code Detection Using N-Gram Analysis and SVM .....................................................618 Junho Choi, Hayoung Kim, Chang Choi, and Pankoo Kim Multimodal Security Enhancement Scheme for Java Card ......................................................................622 Yongsang Song, Jongmoo Choi, and Kyongho Han

NeoFUSION 2011 Session 3: Multimedia Systems Layer-Aware Unequal Error Protection for Scalable H.264 Video Robust Transmission over Packet Lossy Networks ..............................................................................................628 Yifei Sun, Xingjun Zhang, Feilong Tang, Scott Fowler, Huali Cui, and Xiaoshe Dong

R^2NC: Redundant and Random Network Coding for H.264/SVC Transmission ............................................................................................................................................634 Cuiping Jing, Xingjun Zhang, Feilong Tang, Scott Fowler, Huali Cui, and Xiaoshe Dong A Method of Context-Driven HCI Service Selection in Multimodal Interaction Environments ............................................................................................................................................640 Minjie Wang, Xiaoxin Tang, Yao Shen, Feilong Tang, and Minyi Guo

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TwC 2011 Session 1: Secure Systems Authentication and Certificate Managements of Unauthorized Intrusion in Ad-Hoc Networks, Problems and Solutions ..........................................................................................646 Norihito Yosaka, Iichiro Nishimura, and Tomoyuki Nagase A Keystroke Logger Detection Using Keyboard-Input-Related API Monitoring ........................................651 Kohei Nasaka, Tomohiro Takami, Takumi Yamamoto, and Masakatsu Nishigaki Symmetric Searchable Encryption for Database Applications .................................................................657 Masayuki Yoshino, Ken Naganuma, and Hisayoshi Satoh

TwC 2011 Session 2: Trust and Threat Survey of Trust Based Communications in Social Networks ....................................................................663 Pawat Chomphoosang, Ping Zhang, Arjan Durresi, and Leonard Barolli A Study on a Practical Measure against Billing Frauds ............................................................................667 Takehisa Kato, Kohei Nasaka, Takumi Yamamoto, and Masakatsu Nishigaki Threat Tree Templates to Ease Difficulties in Threat Modeling ................................................................673 Ikuya Morikawa and Yuji Yamaoka

TwC 2011 Session 3: Privacy and Attack Improving Efficiency in Privacy-Preserving Automated Trust Negotiation with Conjunctive Policies ..........................................................................................................................679 Tangtisanon Pikulkaew and Hiroaki Kikuchi Secure Clustering for Building Certificate Management Nodes in Ad-Hoc Network .....................................................................................................................................................685 Iichiro Nishimura, Tomoyuki Nagase, Youjiro Takehana, and Yoshio Yoshioka A Cyber Attack Scenario Using SSFNet ...................................................................................................690 Adrian Shehu and Renalda Kushe Author Index ............................................................................................................................................694

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