ICPADS 2011 Program Guide

Dec. 7 (Wednesday)

Room B1-Room A B1-Room B B1-Room C B1-Room D
08:00-17:00 Registration
08:50-10:30   N&SS-I IOT-I  
10:30-10:50 Coffee Break coffee
10:50-12:30 FICN-2011 N&SS-II IOT-II  
12:30-13:40 Lunch (10F Cafe) lunch
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break coffee
18:30-20:00 Reception (3F Cheng Kung Function Room)

Dec. 8 (Thursday)

Room Grand Ballroom B (B2)
08:00-17:00 Registration
09:20-09:30 Opening Ceremony
09:30-10:30 Keynote Speech 1
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break coffee
11:00-12:00 Keynote Speech 2
12:00-13:00 Lunch (10F Cafe) lunch
Room B1-Room A B1-Room B B1-Room C B1-Room D
13:00-15:00 Cloud-I Mobile-I Parallel-I Multicore-I
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break coffee
15:30-17:30 Cloud-II Mobile-II Parallel-II Multicore-II
18:30-20:30 Banquet (3F Cheng Kung Function Room)

Dec. 9 (Friday)

Room Grand Ballroom B (B2)
08:00-15:00 Registration
09:00-10:00 Keynote Speech 3
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break coffee
10:30-12:00 Panel Discussion
12:00-13:00 Lunch (10F Cafe) lunch
Room B1-Room A B1-Room B B1-Room C B1-Room D
13:00-15:00 Cloud-III Mobile-III Security-I Multicore-III
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break coffee
15:30-17:30 CPS Parallel-III Security-II P2P

Keynote Speech 1

A New Era for the Convergence of Network Centric and Data Centric Computing

Dec. 8, 2011

David H.C.Du

David H.C.Du

Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA

Dr. David Du is currently the Qwest Chair Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. He has served as a Program Director (IPA) at National Science Foundation CISE/CNS Division from March 2006 to September 2008. At NSF, he was responsible for NeTS (networking research cluster) NOSS (Networks of Sensor Systems) Program and worked on Cyber Trust Program. He is also the Director of a NSF I/UCRC Center on Intelligent Storage. Dr. Du received a Ph.D. degree from University of Washington (Seattle) in 1981.

He joined University of Minnesota as a faculty since 1981. Dr. Du has a wide range of research expertise including multimedia computing, mass storage systems, high-speed networking, sensor networks, cyber security, high-performance file systems and I/O, database design, and CAD for VLSI circuits. He has authored and co-authored over 230 technical papers including 110 referred journal publications in these research areas. He has graduated 51 Ph.D. and 80 M.S. students in the last 30 years. Dr. Du is an IEEE Fellow (since 1998) and a Fellow of the Minnesota Supercomputer Institute.  He is currently serving on the Editorial Boards of several international journals. He has also served as Conference Chair and Program Committee Chair for several major conferences in multimedia, networking, database, parallel/distributed computing and security areas. Currently he is the General Chair of the 30th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (2009) and Program Committee Co-Chair for the 37th International Conference on Parallel Processing (2009), General Chair of ICDCS (2011). He has had research grants from many federal funding agencies including NSF, DARPA, ONR, and DOE. He has a strong tie with many industrial researchers and has collaborated with a number of companies including IBM, Intel, Cisco, Symantec, Seagate, Sun Microsystems, Honeywell, etc.


The Internet today has grown to an enormously large scale. Devices large and small are connected globally from anywhere on the earth. Therefore, we can argue that we are in a network centric era. With the rapid advancement of technology, we now also have cheap and small devices with high computing power and large storage capacity. These devices are designed to improve our daily life by monitoring our environment, collecting critical data, and executing special instructions. These devices have gradually become a dominant part of our Internet. Many imaging, audio and video data are converted from analog to digital and digital data are generated at an alarming rate. As a result, unprecedented amount of data are available. How to manage and look for the desired information becomes a great challenge. How to preserve these data becomes a crisis. We can certainly also say that we are in a data centric era. In this talk, we will examine the challenges in the convergence of both network centric and data centric computing. At the same time, many emerging applications like service-oriented, security and real-time demand much better support than the current Internet can offer. In this talk, we will present a vision of content addressable future Internet. What are the essential changes in data representation, information retrieval, storage systems and networking design will be discussed. We believe an object-oriented intelligent storage is an essential part of the solution to this new computing and communication environment. We will also present a number of research projects that are currently under investigation in our NSF I/UCRC Center on Intelligent Storage. These projects include data deduplication, long-term data preservation, data center power management, and flash memory based solid state drives.

Keynote Speech 2

Peregrine: An All-Layer-2 Network in the ITRI Container Computer

Dec. 8, 2011

Tzi-cker Chiueh

Tzi-cker Chiueh

General Director of Cloud Computing Center for Mobile Application, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan
Professor of Computer Science Department, Stony Brook University, New York, USA

Dr. Chiueh is the General Director of Cloud Computing Center for Mobile Application, Industrial Technology Research Institute, and a Professor of Computer Science Department, Stony Brook University, New York.

He received his MS And Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University and University of California at Berkeley, respectively, and served as the director of Core Research in Symantec Research Labs between 2007 and 2009. Dr. Chiueh has published over 200 technical papers in refereed conferences and journals. His current research interests lie in storage systems, data center networking, virtualization and computer security.


ITRI container computer is a modular computer designed to be a building block for constructing cloud-scale data centers. Rather than using a traditional data center network architecture, which is typically based on a combination of Layer 2 switches and Layer 3 routers, ITRI container computer's internal interconnection fabric, called Peregrine, is specially architected to meet the scalability, fast fail-over and multi-tenancy requirements of these data centers. Peregrine is an all-Layer 2 network that is designed to support up to one million Layer 2 end points, provide quick recovery from any single network ink/device failure, and incorporate dynamic load-balancing routing to make the best of all physical network links. In addition, Peregrine features a unique private IP address reuse mechanism that allows virtual machines assigned the same IP address to run on it simultaneously without interfering with one another. Finally, the Peregrine architecture is implementable using only off-the-shelf commodity Ethernet switches.

Keynote Speech 3

Powering Cloud Computing of the Future

Dec. 9, 2011

Wen-Hann Wang

Wen-Hann Wang

Vice President of Intel Labs
Director of Circuits Systems Research for Intel Corporation, USA

Dr. Wen-Hann Wang is Vice President of Intel Labs and Director of Circuits and Systems Research for Intel Corporation. He oversees research programs in Circuits, Biosystems, Silicon Photonics, System Architecture, Security, and High Performance Computing. Dr. Wang holds 15 patents and has received numerous technical awards, including the inaugural IEEE/ACM ISCA Influential Paper Award and the SIGMETRICS Award Paper in 1990. Dr. Wang received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Washington. He was a Research Staff Member at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center prior to joining Intel in 1991.


Cloud Computing has received enormous attention in industry and academia. This keynote will explore system architectures, programming models, automation mechanisms, and related technologies that enable dramatic efficiency, ubiquity, and productivity improvements in cloud computing. In addition, it will discuss new frameworks for proactive edge and cloud cooperation that can efficiently and effectively exploit "physical world" contents in the cloud.

Panel Discussion

Cloud computing - Obstacles and Opportunities

Dec 09, 2011
Chair: Prof. Pangfeng Liu
National Taiwan University, Taiwan


Cho-Li Wang, University of Hong Kong, China
Matt Mutka, Michigan State University, USA
Ping Yeh, Lead, Cloud Computing, Google Taiwan
Ruay-Shiung Chang, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
Wen-Hann Wang, Vice President of Intel Labs, USA

It has been two years since the paper "Above the Clouds: A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing" suggested the following ten obstacles and opportunities for cloud computing. We believe that now is a good time to examine these obstacles and opportunities to see which obstacles remain to be the obstacles, and which opportunities have been fully understood after two years of extensive discussion and research.

  1. Availability of Service
  2. Data Lock-In
  3. Data Condentiality and Auditability
  4. Data Transfer Bottlenecks
  5. Performance Unpredictability
  6. Scalable Storage
  7. Bugs in Large-Scale Distributed Systems
  8. Scaling Quickly
  9. Reputation Fate Sharing
  10. Software Licensing Costs

You are more than welcome to share your views on these obstacles, and the opportunities in trying to avoid them in the development of cloud computing.


Main Conference

Cluster, Grid, Cloud Computing and Services

Session I

Thursday, Dec. 8, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room A

Chair: Prof. Da-Wei Chang
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Extending Lifetime and Reducing Garbage Collection Overhead of Solid State Disks with Virtual Machine Aware Journaling
Ting-Chang Huang and Da-Wei Chang
Scheduling Mixed Real-time and Non-real-time Applications in MapReduce Environment
Xicheng Dong, Ying Wang and Huaming Liao
An In-memory Framework for Extended MapReduce
Kim-Thomas Rehmann and Michael Schoettner
Physical Machine State Migration
Jui-Hao Chiang, Maohua Lu and Tzi-cker Chiueh
Hypervisor Support for Efficient Memory De-duplication
Ying-Shiuan Pan, Jui-Hao Chiang, Han-Lin Li, Po-Jui Tsao, Ming-Fen Lin and Tzi-cker Chiueh
A Hierarchical Memory Service Mechanism in Server Consolidation Environment
Liufeng Wang, Huaimin Wang, Lu Cai, Rui Chu, Pengfei Zhang and Lanzheng Liu

Session II

Thursday, Dec. 8, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room A

Chair: Prof. Chao-Chin Wu
National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

A Method for Improving Concurrent Write Performance by Dynamic Mapping Virtual Storage System Combined with Cache Management
Fen Li, Qingzhong Bu, Weiwei Li, Xiaoxuan Meng, Lu Xu and Jiangang Zhang
Source Code Partitioning in Program Optimization
Murat Bolat, Kirk Kelsey, Xiaoming Li and Guang R. Gao
Fair and Efficient Online Adaptive Scheduling for Multiple Sets of Parallel Applications
Hongyang Sun, Yangjie Cao and Wen-Jing Hsu
Combining Multiple Metrics to Control BSP Process Rescheduling in Response to Resource and Application Dynamics
Rodrigo da Rosa Righi, Lucas Graebin, Rafael Bohrer Avila, Philippe Olivier Alexadre Navaux and Laércio Lima Pilla
Roystonea: A Cloud Computing System with Pluggable Component Architecture
Chao-En Yen, Jyun-Shiung Yang, Pangfeng Liu and Jan-Jan Wu
A Static Task Scheduling Framework for Independent Tasks Accelerated Using a Shared Graphics Processing Unit
Teng Li, Vikram K. Narayana and Tarek El-Ghazawi
Optimizing Dynamic Programming on Graphics Processing Units via Adaptive Thread-Level Parallelism
Chao-Chin Wu, Jenn-Yang Ke, Heshan Lin and Wu-chun Feng

Session III

Friday, Dec. 9, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room A

Chair: Hideya Iwasaki
University of Electro-Communications, Japan

SAW: Java Synchronization Selection from Lock or Software Transactional Memory
Yuji Yamada, Hideya Iwasaki and Tomoharu Ugawa
Mercury: A Negotiation-based Resource Management System for Grids
Chien-Min Wang, Shao-Ting Wang, Hsi-Min Chen and Tse-Chen Yeh
Catwalk-ROMIO: A Cost-Effective MPI-IO
Atsushi Hori, Keiji Yamamoto and Yutaka Ishikawa
An Efficient Video Adaptation Scheme for SVC Transport Over LTE Networks
Rakesh Radhakrishnan and Amiya Nayak
Optimization of an Instrumentation Tool for Stripped Win32/X86 Binaries
Santosh Sonawane and Tzi-cker Chiueh
A Semantic Decentralized Chord-based Resource Discovery Model for Grid Computing
Abdul Khalique Shaikh, Saadat M. Alhashmi and Rajendran Parthiban

Parallel Algorithms and Applications

Session I

Thursday, Dec. 8, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Prof. Ruixuan Li
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

Sorting Large Multifield Records on a GPU
Shibdas Bandyopadhyay and Sartaj Sahni
Strassen's Matrix Multiplication on GPUs
Junjie Li, Sanjay Ranka and Sartaj Sahni
Optimization of Sparse Matrix-Vector Multiplication with Variant CSR on GPUs
Xiaowen Feng, Hai Jin, Ran Zheng, Kan Hu, Jingxiang Zeng and Zhiyuan Shao
Broadcasting on Large Scale Heterogeneous Platforms with Connectivity Artifacts Under the Bounded Multi-Port Model
Olivier Beaumont, Nicolas Bonichon, Lionel Eyraud-Dubois and Przemysław Uzna´nski
Node-to-Node Disjoint Paths in k-ary n-cubes with Faulty Edges
Yonghong Xiang, Iain Stewart and Florent Madelaine

Session II

Thursday, Dec. 8, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Prof. Wei-Chung Hsu
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Building High-performance Application Protocol Parsers on Multi-core Architectures
Kai Zhang, Junchang Wang, Bei Hua and Xinan Tang
Design and Implementation of MapReduce Using the PGAS Programming Model with UPC
Carlos Teijeiro, Guillermo L. Taboada, Juan Touriño and Ramón Doallo
Reflex Barrier: A Scalable Network-Based Synchronization Barrier
Ahmad Anbar, Olivier Serres and Tarek El-Ghazawi
Is It Time to Rethink Distributed Shared Memory Systems?
Bharath Ramesh, Calvin J. Ribbens and Srinidhi Varadarajan
Automatic Handling of Global Variables for Multi-threaded MPI Programs
Gengbin Zheng, Stas Negara, Celso L. Mendes, Laxmikant V. Kalé and Eduardo R. Rodrigues

Session III

Friday, Dec. 9, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Prof. Iain A Stewart
Durham University, UK

Automatic FFT Performance Tuning on OpenCL GPUs
Yan Li, Yunquan Zhang, Haipeng Jia, Guoping Long and Ke Wang
Mapping of BLASTP Algorithm Onto GPU Clusters
Weiguo Liu, Bertil Schmidt, Yongchao Liu, Gerrit Voss and Wolfgang Müeller-Wittig
Hybrid CPU-GPU Solver for Gradient Domain Processing of Massive Images
Sujin Philip, Brian Summa, Valerio Pascucci and Peer-Timo Bremer
Fast Snippet Generation Based on CPU-GPU Hybrid System
Ding Liu, Ruixuan Li, Xiwu Gu, Kunmei Wen, Heng He and Guoqiang Gao
A Failure Detection Service for Internet-based Multi-AS Distributed Systems
Dionei M. Moraes and Elias P. Duarte Jr.
Classifier Grouping to Enhance Data Locality for a Multi-Threaded Object Detection Algorithm
Bo-Cheng Charles Lai, Chih-Hsuan Chiang and Guan-Ru Li

Multicore Computing and Parallel/Distributed Architecture

Session I

Thursday, Dec. 8, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room D

Chair: Prof. Yi-Shin Chen
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

PQEMU: A Parallel System Emulator Based on QEMU
Jiun-Hung Ding, Po-Chun Chang, Wei-Chung Hsu and Yeh-Ching Chung
Set Utilization Based Dynamic Shared Cache Partitioning
Peter Deayton and Chung-Ping Chung
TrC-MC: Decentralized Software Transactional Memory for Multi-Multicore Computers
Kinson Chan and Cho-Li Wang
CU2CL: A CUDA-to-OpenCL Translator for Multi- and Many-core Architectures
Gabriel Martinez, Mark Gardner and Wu-chun Feng
PADS: A Pattern-Driven Stencil Compiler-Based Tool for Reuse of Optimizations on GPGPUs
Dongni Han, Shixiong Xu, Li Chen and Lei Huang
Architecture-Aware Mapping and Optimization on a 1600-Core GPU
Mayank Daga, Tomas Scogland and Wu-chun Feng

Session II

Thursday, Dec. 8, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room D

Chair: Prof. Wu-chun Feng
Virginia Tech, USA

An Optimal and Flexible TCAM Software Simulation Algorithm
Ming-Hwa Wang and Chen-Huei Chang
Trace Spectral Analysis Toward Dynamic Levels of Detail
Germán Llort, Marc Casas, Harald Servat, Kevin Huck, Judit Gimenéz and Jesús Labarta
Simulation-based Performance Analysis and Tuning for a Two-level Directly Connected System
Ehsan Totoni, Abhinav Bhatele, Eric J. Bohm, Nikhil Jain, Celso L. Mendes, Ryan M. Mokos, Gengbin Zheng and Laxmikant V. Kale
Power-Performance Comparison of Single-Task Driven Many-Cores
Fuat Keceli, Tali Moreshet and Uzi Vishkin
Is Buffer Cache Still Effective for High Speed PCM (Phase Change Memory) Storage?
Eunji Lee, Daeja Jin, Kern Koh and Hyokyung Bahn
StreamMR: An Optimized MapReduce Framework for AMD GPUs
Marwa Elteir, Heshan Lin, Wu-chun Feng and Tom Scogland

Session III

Friday, Dec. 9, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room D

Chair: Prof. Laxmikant Kale
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

ANEPROF: Energy Profiling for Android Java Virtual Machine and Applications
Yi-Fan Chung, Chun-Yu Lin and Chung-Ta King
Lonestar: An Energy-Aware Disk Based Long-Term Archival Storage System
Matthias Grawinkel, Markus Pargmann, Hubert Dömer and André Brinkmann
A Versatile Nodal Energy Consumption Monitoring Method for Wireless Sensor Network Testbed
Min Gao, Xiaorui Pan, Longhui Deng, Caiyan Huang, Dian Zhang and Lionel Ni
Heterogeneity-aware Peak Power Management for Accelerator-based Systems
Guibin Wang and Yisong Lin
Using a Pheromone Mechanism to Estimate the Size of Unstructured Networks
Yi-Shin Chen and Sheng-Kai Wang
Building the Knowledge Base through Bayesian Network for Cognitive Wireless Networks
Niandong Du, Yuebin Bai, Lianhe Luo, Wei Wu and Jianli Guo

Mobile Computing

Session I

Thursday, Dec. 8, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Dr. Zhonglei Wang
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Joint Bandwidth-Aware Relay Placement and Routing in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
Yuanteng Pei and Matt W. Mutka
A Distributed Routing Protocol and Handover Schemes in Hybrid Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Jang-Ping Sheu, Chi-Yuan Lo and Wei-Kai Hu
A Bandwidth Aggregation Scheme for Member-based Cooperative Networking Over the Hybrid VANET
Chung-Ming Huang, Chia-Ching Yang and Hsiao-Yu Lin
A Study of Video Frame Sharing in Sparse Vehicular Networks
Wen-Cheng Shieh, Sok-Ian Sou and Shin-Yeh Tsai
Minimizing Ceased Areas with Power Control for Spatial Reuse in IEEE 802.11 Ad Hoc Networks
Han-Chiuan Luo, Eric Hsiao-Kuang Wu and Gen-Huey Chen
Efficient VANET Unicast Routing using Historical and Real-Time Traffic Information
Ing-Chau Chang, Yuan-Fen Wang and Cheng-Fu Chou

Session II

Thursday, Dec. 8, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Prof. Matt Mutka
Michigan State University, USA

Gossip-based Cooperative Caching for Mobile Phone Games in IMANETs
Xiaopeng Fan, Jiannong Cao, Yunhuai Liu and Yaobin He
MR-DBSCAN: An Efficient Parallel Density-based Clustering Algorithm Using MapReduce
Yaobin He, Haoyu Tan, Wuman Luo, Huajian Mao, Di Ma, Shengzhong Feng and Jianping Fan
RDTS: A Reliable Erasure-Coding Based Data Transfer Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks
M. Sammer Srouji, Zhonglei Wang and J¨org Henkel
Data Collection with Multiple Controlled Mobile Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks
Chao Wang and Huadong Ma
Rendezvous Enhancement in Arbitrary-Duty-Cycled Wireless Sensor Networks
Chih-Min Chao and Lin-Fei Lien
Dynamic Data Forwarding in Low-Duty-Cycle Sensor Networks
Yi Duan, Xiaobing Wu, Fan Wu and Guihai Chen

Session III

Friday, Dec. 9, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Prof. Jen-Jee Chen
National University of Tainan, Taiwan

A Cooperative Approach to Cache Consistency Maintenance in Wireless Mesh Networks
Wenzheng Xu, Weigang Wu, Hejun Wu and Jiannong Cao
Attachment Learning for Multi-Channel Allocation in Distributed OFDMA Networks
Lu Wang, Kaishun Wu, Mounir Hamdi and Lionel M. Ni
Dynamic Resource Allocation of IEEE 802.16j Networks with Directional Antenna
Jia-Da Wu, Wen-Shyang Hwang, Hao-Ming Liang and Ce-Kuen Shieh
Optimal Mobility-aware Handoff in Mobile Environments
Lei Ni, Yanmin Zhu, Bo Li and Qianni Deng
Towards Service-oriented Cognitive Networks over IP Multimedia Subsystems
Shih-Wen Hsu, Chi-Yuan Chen, Kai-Di Chang, Han-Chieh Chao and Jiann-Liang Chen
Efficient SINR Estimating with Accuracy Control in Large Scale Cognitive Radio Networks
Yanchao Zhao, Jie Wu and Sanglu Lu

P2P Computing

Friday, Dec. 9, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room D

Chair: Mr. Omer Luzzatti
RayV research, Israel

A Tabu Based Cache to Improve Latency and Load Balancing on Prefix Trees
Nicolas Hidalgo, Luciana Arantes, Pierre Sens and Xavier Bonnaire
Optimal P2P Cache Sizing: A Monetary Cost Perspective on Capacity Design of Caches to Reduce P2P Traffic
Haibin Zhai, Albert K. Wong, Hai Jiang, Yi Sun and Jun Li
A New Auction Based Approach to Efficient P2P Live Streaming
Dingding Guo and Yu-Kwong Kwok
Scalable and Reliable Live Streaming Service through Coordinating CDN and P2P
Zhi Hui Lu, Xiao Hong Gao, Si Jia Huang and Yi Huang
Robust Fault-Tolerant Majority-Based Key-Value Store Supporting Multiple Consistency Levels
Ahmad Al-Shishtawy, Tareq Jamal Khan and Vladimir Vlassov
Scalable Distributed Processing of Spatial Point Data
Martin Raack and Odej Kao

Security and Trustworthy Computing

Session I

Friday, Dec. 9, 13:00-15:00
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Prof. Rachid Anane
Coventry University, UK

New RFID Authentication Protocol with DOS-Attack Resistance
Hung-Yu Chien, Chin-I Lee, Shyr-Kuen Chen and Hung-Pin Hou
BlockTapping: An Online Transparent Integrity Checker for Virtual Storage
Haifeng Fang
A Trustworthy Computing of ADAPT Principle Guaranteeing Genuine Medical Image
Da-Yu Kao, Dushyant Goyal, Shiuh-Jeng Wang and Jonathan Liu
A Study on Information Security Management with Personal Data Protection
Chien-Cheng Huang, Kwo-Jean Farn and Frank Yeong-Sung Lin
A System Call Analysis Method with MapReduce for Malware Detection
Shun-Te Liu, Hui-ching Huang and Yi-Ming Chen
Hybrid Provable Data Possession at Untrusted Stores in Cloud Computing
Narn-Yih Lee and Yun-Kuan Chang

Session II

Friday, Dec. 9, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Dr. Dayu Kao
Maritime Patrol Directorate General, Coast Guard Administration, Taiwan

A Modified Hopfield Neural Network for Diagnosing Comparison-Based Multiprocessor Systems Using Partial Syndromes
Mourad Elhadef
Secure Communication Scheme of VANET with Privacy Preserving
Ren Junn Hwang, Yu-Kai Hsiao and Yen-Fu Liu
Detecting Chaff Perturbation on Stepping-Stone Connection
Shou-Hsuan Stephen Huang and Ying-Wei Kuo
Security Analysis of an eSeal used in Taiwan Customs Officials
Chien-Lung Hsu, Yi-Shun Chan and Tzu-Wei Lin
Robust e-Voting Composition
Richard Cooke and Rachid Anane

Cyber-physical Systems and Internet of Things

Friday, Dec. 9, 15:30-17:30
Location: B1-Room A

Chair: Prof. Chi-Sheng Shih
National Taiwan University, Taiwan

On Least Idle Slot First Co-Scheduling of Update and Control Tasks in Real-time Sensing and Control Systems
Jiantao Wang, Song Han, Kam-yiu Lam and Aloysius K. Mok
Charge Scheduling of Electric Vehicles in Highways through Mobile Computing
Shun-Neng Yang, Wei-Sheng Cheng, Yu-Ching Hsu, Chai-Hien Gan and Yi-Bing Lin
Automatic Extraction of Pipeline Parallelism for Embedded Software Using Linear Programming
Daniel Cordes, Andreas Heinig, Peter Marwedel and Arindam Mallik
Distributed Multi-Agent Schemes for Predictable QoS on Heterogenous Wireless Networks
Jiann-Liang Chen and Yanuarius Teofilus Larosa
ERWF: Embedded Real-Time Workflow Engine for User-centric Cyber-Physical Systems
Wei-Chih Chen and Chi-Sheng Shih
Browsing Architecture with Presentation Metadata for the Internet of Things
Sungho Bae, Daeyoung Kim, Minkeun Ha and Seong Hoon Kim


The 5th International Workshop on Peer-to-Peer Networked Virtual Environments (P2PNVE'11)

Session: P2PNVE-I

Wednesday, 07 Dec, 13:40-15:20
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Prof. Chow-Sing Lin
National University of Tainan, Taiwan

An Optimal Topology for a Static P2P Live Streaming Network with Limited Resources
Jonathan Stern, Omer Luzzatti, Raphael Goldberg, Eran Weiss and Mira Gonen
Efficient Hybrid Push-Pull Based P2P Media Streaming System
Chee Yik Keong, Poo Kuan Hoong and Ting Choo Yee
Service Availability for P2P on-demand Streaming with Dynamic Buffering
Chow-Sing Lin and Meng-Jia Yan
RELookup: Providing Resilient and Efficient Lookup Service for P2P-VoD Streaming
Xu Zhang, Zhenhua Li, Tieying Zhang, Liangpeng He and Guihai Chen
Adaptive and Efficient Peer Selection in Peer-to-Peer Streaming Networks
Tai-Hua Hsiao and Yu-Ben Miao
Peer-to-Peer Immersive Voice Communication for Massively Multiplayer Online Games
Chi-Wen Fann, Jehn-Ruey Jiang and Jih-Wei Wu

Session: P2PNVE-II

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 15:50-17:30
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Prof. Yi-Shin Chen
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Using P2P Networks to Repair Packet Losses in Digital Video Broadcasting Systems
Yung-Tsung Weng, Ce-Kuen Shieh, Tzu-Chi Huang and Yu-Ben Miao
Spatial Queries Processing in Autonomous Mobile System Environment
Tomoya Kambara, Kazuya Tamaki, Toshinori Muranaka and Shinichi Ueshima
Peer Content Groups for Reliable and Transparent Content Access in P2P Networks
Ana Flávia B. Godoi and Elias P. Duarte Jr.
SSNG: A Self-Similar Super-Peer Overlay Construction Scheme for Super Large-Scale P2P Systems
Hung-Yi Teng, Chien-Nan Lin and Ren-Hung Hwang
On the Power Law Property of Latency-Reducing Relays
Tao Ma and Qingyuan Hu
SYMA: A Synchronous Multihop Architecture for Wireless Ad Hoc Multiplayer Games
Ta-Yu Huang, Chih-Ming Lin, Jehn-Ruey Jiang, Wei Tsang Ooi, Maha Abdallah and Khaled Boussetta

2011 The Third International Workshop on Hot Topics in Peer-to-peer computing and Online Social neTworking (HotPOST'11)

Session: HotPOST-I

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 13:40-15:20
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Prof. Hung-Chang Hsiao
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Opening Remark (Workshop report, TPC report, best paper award)

Keynote talk
Topic: Social Engineering Approach to Computer Systems Design
Speaker: Dr. Pan Hui, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories

How Helpful Can Social Network Friends Be in Peer-to-Peer Video Distribution?
Maria Luisa Merani
Participation and Departure Processes of Nodes in Connection Graph
Mamoru Kobayashi, Susumu Shibusawa, Hiroshi Ohno and Tatsuhiro Yonekura
Social Trust and Reputation in Online Social Networks
Eng Keong Lua, Ruichuan Chen and Zhuhua Cai

Session: HotPOST-II

Wednesday, 07 Dec, 15:50-17:30
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Prof. Eng Keong Lua
Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Towards a Common Architecture to Interconnect Heterogeneous Overlay Networks
Vincenzo Ciancaglini, Luigi Liquori and Giang Ngo Hoang
A Batch Join Scheme for Flash Crowd Reduction in IPTV Systems
Tein Yaw Chung and Odin Lin
Catching Preference Drift with Initiators in Social Network
Qiang Wang and Qianni Deng
Wisdom of the Crowd: Incorporating Social Influence in Recommendation Models
Shang Shang, Pan Hui, Sanjeev R. Kulkarni and Paul W. Cuff
Stochastic Load Rebalancing in Distributed Hash Tables
Che-Wei Chang and Hung-Chang Hsiao
Data Selection for User Topic Model in Twitter-Like Service
Zheng Yang, Jingfang Xu and Xing Li

2011 International Workshop on the Internet of Things

Session: IOT-I

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 08:50-10:30
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Prof. Tao Ma
Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

Opening Remark

Keynote Talk
Topic: Envisioning IoT Technology for Consumer Electronics
Speaker: Prof. Jin Mitsugi, AutoID Lab Japan, Keio University

Internet of Things Architecture based on Integrated PLC and 3G Communication Networks
Han-Chuan Hsieh and Chi-Ha Lai
On the Disruptive Potentials in Internet of Things
Tao Ma and Chunhong Zhang

Session: IOT-II

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 10:50-12:30
Location: B1-Room C

Chair: Prof. Andreas Ruppen
Département d'informatique Université de Fribourg , Switzerland

A Restful Architecture for Integrating Decomposable Delayed Services within the Web of Things
Andreas Ruppen, Jacques Pasquier and Tony Hürlimann
Adaptive Traffic-aware Power-saving Protocol for IEEE 802.11 Ad Hoc Networks
Yeong-Sheng Chen, Min-Kai Tsai, Lung-Sheng Chiang and Der-Jiunn Deng
Passive Tag for Multi-carrier RFID Systems
Ming-Hsien Lee, Chia-Yu Yao and Hsin-Chin Liu
A Study of Comfort Measuring System Using Taxi Trajectories
Li-Ping Tung, Tsung-Hsun Chien, Ting-An Wang, Cheng-Yu Lin, Shyh-Kang Jeng and Ling-Jyh Chen

2011 International Workshop on Network & System Security

Session: N&SS-I

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 08:50-10:30
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Dr. Wei-Ho Chung
Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Sinica, Taiwan

Efficient Identity-Based Key Management for Configurable Hierarchical Cloud Computing Environment
Jyun-Yao Huang, I-En Liao and Cheng-Kang Chiang
Simulation of Anti-Malware User Support System Using Queuing Network Model
Nobutaka Kawaguchi, Takayuki Yoda, Hiroki Yamaguchi, Toshihiko Kasagi and Yuji Hoshizawa
The Low-cost Secure Sessions of Access Control Model for Distributed Applications by Public Personal Smart Cards
Kuo-Yi Chen, Chin-Yang Lin and Ting-Wei Hou
Trust Issues That Create Threats for Cyber Attacks in Cloud Computing
Md Tanzim Khorshed, A.B.M. Shawkat Ali and Saleh A. Wasimi
Reactor Containment Dependability Analysis in Safety Critical Nuclear Power Plants: Design, Implementation and Experience
Chi-Shiang Cho, Wei-Ho Chung, Deyun Gao, Hongke Zhang and Sy-Yen Kuo

Session: N&SS-II

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 10:50-12:30
Location: B1-Room B

Chair: Prof. Elias P. Duarte, Jr.
Dept. Informatics, Federal University of Parana, Brazil

Malware Virtualization-Resistant Behavior Detection
Ming-Kung Sun, Mao-Jie Lin, Michael Chang, Chi-Sung Laih and Hui-Tang Lin
A Revised Ant Colony Optimization Scheme for Discovering Attack Paths of Botnet
Ping Wang, Hui-Tang Lin and Tzy Shiah Wang
Secure Mechanism for Mobile Web Browsing
Chia-Mei Chen and Ya-Hui Ou
Visualization System for Log Analysis with Probabilities of Incorrect Operation
Chifumi Nishioka, Masahiro Kozaki and Ken-ichi Okada
Transparent Communications for Applications Behind NAT/Firewall Over any Transport Protocol
Elias P. Duarte Jr., Kleber V. Cardoso, Micael O.M.C. de Mello and João G.G. Borges

2011 IEEE International Workshop on Digital Computing Infrastructure and Applications (DCIA'11)

Session: DCIA-I

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 13:40-15:20
Location: B1-Room A

Chair: Prof. Cheng Fu
SIAT, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Characterizing Fine-Grain Parallelism on Modern Multicore Platform
Xuhao Chen, Wei Chen, Jiawen Li, Zhong Zheng, Li Shen and Zhiying Wang
A Time-Series Based Precopy Approach for Live Migration of Virtual Machines
Bolin Hu, Zhou Lei, Yu Lei, Dong Xu and Jiandun Li
Energy-aware High Performance Computing: A Taxonomy Study
Chang Cai, Lizhe Wang, Samee U. Khan and Jie Tao
Energy-aware Depth Map Generation for 3D Portrait on Android Systems
Chia-Hui Kao, Chung-Ta King and Shau-Yin Tseng


Wednesday, Dec. 7, 15:50-17:30
Location: B1-Room A

Chair: Prof. Dan Chen
China University of Geosciences, China

Towards Providing Cloud Functionalities for Grid Users
Weizhou Peng, Jie Tao, Lizhe Wang, Holger Marten and Dan Chen
A Hybrid Simulation of Large Crowd Evacuation
Xing Wei, Muzhou Xiong, Xuguang Zhang and Dan Chen
Task Scheduling of Massive Spatial Data Processing Across Distributed Data Centers: What's New?
Weijing Song, Shasha Yue, Lizhe Wang, Wanfeng Zhang and Dingsheng Liu
Volunteer Sensing: The New Paradigm of Social Sensing
Shasha Liu, Juan Yang, Bingyan Li and Cheng Fu

2011 The First International Workshop on Future Internet and Cloud Networking (FICN-2011)

Session: FICN

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 10:50-12:30
Location: B1-Room A

Chair: Dr. Te-Lung Liu
National Center for High-Performance Computing, Taiwan

The Implementation of Multilayer Virtual Network Management System on NetFPGA
Li-Der Chou, Yao-Tsung Yang, Wen-Pei Chang, Te-Chin Chang, Yuan-Mao Hong, Ce-Kuen Shieh and Sheng-Wei Huang
Creating Future Networks: Designing, Implementing, and Operating Advanced Experimental Network Research Testbeds
Joe Mambretti, Jim Chen and Fei Yeh
Network Virtualization with Cloud Virtual Switch
Hui-Min Tseng, Hui-Lan Lee, Jen-Wei Hu, Te-Lung Liu, Jee-Gong Chang, and Wei-Cheng Huang
Improving Speculative Execution Performance with Coworker for Cloud Computing
Sheng-Wei Huang, Tzu-Chi Huang, Syue-Ru Lyu, Ce-Kuen Shieh and Yi-Sheng Chou

2011 IEEE International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing in Remote Sensing (IEEE PDCRS 2011)

Session: PDCRS-I

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 13:40-15:20
Location: B1-Room D


  1. Prof. Jiaji Wu
    Xidian University, China
  2. Prof. Yong Fang
    Northwest A&F University, China

FPGA Design of an Automatic Target Generation Process for Hyperspectral Image Analysis
Sergio Bernabé, Sebastián López, Antonio J. Plaza, Roberto Sarmiento and Pablo Garcia Rodriguez
Accelerating the Kalman Filter on a GPU
Min-Yu Huang, Shih-Chieh Wei, Bormin Huang, and Yang-Lang Chang
Parallel Processing with MPI for Inter-band Registration in Remote Sensing
Taeyoung Kim, Myungjin Choi and Tae-Byeong Chae
Volume Data Numerical Integration and Differentiation Using CUDA
Ming-Da Chen, Tung-Ju Hsieh and Yang-Lang Chang
Parallel Computation of the Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) WDM5 Cloud Microphysics on a Many-Core GPU
Jun Wang, Bormin Huang, Allen Huang, and Mitchell D. Goldberg

Session: PDCRS-II

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 15:50-17:30
Location: B1-Room D


  1. Prof. Tung-Ju Hsieh
    National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
  2. Myungjin Choi
    Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea

Commodity Cluster-Based Parallel Implementation of an Automatic Target Generation Process for Hyperspectral Image Analysis
Sergio Bernabé and Antonio Plaza
GPU Implementation of Orthogonal Matching Pursuit for Compressive Sensing
Yong Fong, Liang Chen, Jiaji Wu, and Bormin Huang
Fast Band Selection for Hyperspectral Imagery
He Yang and Qian Du
Parallel Implementation of Edge-Directed Image Interpolation on a Graphics Processing Unit
Jiaji Wu, Tao Li, and Bormin Huang
Single-Phase Wireless LAN Based Multi-Floor Indoor Location Determination System
A.S. Al-Ahmadi, T.A. Rahman, M.R. Kamarudin, M.H. Jamaluddin and A.I. Omer