FCST2008 by keara


									Update on 24th, Dec., 2008 because some authors cannot come.

  The 2008 Japan-China Joint Workshop on Frontier of Computer
                   Science and Technology


                                    Nagasaki, Japan
                                December 27th - 28th, 2008
                             WORKSHOP COMMITTEES

General Chair
 Minyi Guo, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Hai Jin, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., China

Program Co-Chairs
 Qiangfu Zhao, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Xiaofei Liao, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., Wuhan. China

PC Members
 Nobuyoshi Asai, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Subhash Bhalla, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Kang Chen, Tsinghua University, China
 Dan Feng, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., China
 Song Guo, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Mohamed Hamada, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Wenjian Jiang, France Telecom, China
 Qun Jin, Waseda University, Japan
 Guohui Li, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., China
 Ruixuan Li, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., China
 Keitaro Naruse, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Incheon Paik, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Jung-pil Shin, The University of Aizu, Japan
 Guang Tan, INRIA-Rennes, France
 Guojun Wang, Central South University, China
 Chuliang Weng, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
 Song Wu, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., China
 Xin Zhu, The University of Aizu, Japan

Publicity Chairs
 Wenbin Jiang, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., China

Publication Chair
 Zhibin Yu, Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech., Wuhan. China

Local Arrangement Chair
 Zhen Liu, Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science, Japan
December 27
Welcome message (8:40 – 9:00)
Session1: Networking and Security
   (9:10 – 9:55)
1. Dynamic Spectrum Allocation MAC Protocol based on Cognitive Radio for QoS Support
  Inwhee Joe and Seonbong Son
  Hanyang University
2. Tracking and Repairing Damaged Databases using Before Image Table
   Meiyi Xie, Hong Zhu, Yucai Feng and Guanrong Hu
3. Access Graph Based Risk Assessment Model for Network Information System
   Xiaochun Xiao, Tiange Zhang and Gendu Zhang
   Fudan University

Session2: Software Engineering and programming languages
   (10: 05 - 11:05)
1. Evolutionary Testing of Unstructured Programs Using a Testability Transformation Approach
  Sheng Jiang and Yansheng Lu
2. MP-templates Operating Toolkit in Movie-based Programming
  Dmitry Vazhenin and Alexander Vazhenin
  University of Aizu
3. Design of General User Interface for Automatic Web Service Composition
  Haruhiko Takada and Incheon Paik
  University of Aizu
4. Spatial Data Compression Techniques for GML
  Yuzhen Li, Takashi Imaizumi, Shiro Sakata, Jihong Guan, and Hiroo Sekiya
  Chiba University
Session3: Storage System and Technology
   (11:15 – 12:15)
1. An Energy Efficient, Low Cost, Hybrid Storage System based on Utility
  Lingfang Zeng, Dan Feng, Bharadwaj Veeravalli, and Qingsong Wei
  HUST & National University of Singapore
2. A Time-Stamp Continuous Data Protection Approach Based on Pipeline Strategy
  Jingning Liu, Tianming Yang, Zuoheng Li, and Ke Zhou
3. Study and Optimize the Process of Batch Small Files Replication
  Liang Xiao, Qiang Cao, Changsheng Xie, and Chuanwen Wu
4. A duplicate-aware data replication
  Zhu Jianfeng, Qin Leihua, Zeng Dong, and Zhou Jinli
  HUST & The PLA Commanding Communications Academ

Lunch (12:30 – 14:00)

Session4: Semantic Computing
   (14:00 -14:45)
1. An Approach to Implementing an Intelligent Web Search
  Vitaly Klyuev
  University of Aizu
2. A Schema Matching Method Based on Partial Functional Dependencies
  Li Guo-Hui, Du Xiao-Kun, Hu Fang-Xiao, and Du Jian-Qiang
3. The Axiomatic Semantics of PDFD
  Gao Xiaolei and Huaikou Miao
  Dongguan University of Technology & Shanghai University

Session5: Virtualization and Multimedia Technology
   (14:55 – 16:10)
1. XenLR: Xen-based Logging for Deterministic Replay
  Haikun Liu, Hai Jin, Xiaofei Liao, and Zhengqiu Pan
2. VNIX: Managing Virtual Machines on Clusters
  Xuanhua Shi, Haoyu Tan, Song Wu, and Hai Jin
3. Hand Tracking by Particle Filtering with Elite Particles Mean Shift
  Shengtong Zhong and Fei Hao
  Norwegian University & Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
4. Towards Better Content Visibility in Video Recommender Systems
  Nalin Chakoo, Rahul Gupta, and Jayaprada Hiremath
  Samsung Electronics Co.Ltd.
5. Optimizing Two-Dimensional Continuous Dynamic Programming for Cell Broadband Engine
  Takahiro Machino, Shin-ya Iwazakiy, Yuichi Okuyama, Junji Kitamichi, Ken-ichi Kuroda, and
  Ryuichi Oka
  The University of Aizu
Session6: Pattern Recognition and Virtualization Technology
   (16:20 – 17:35)
1. Economical Solution for an Easy to Use Interactive Whiteboard
  Zhixun Wang and James Louey
  Watertown High School
2. Segment Extraction Algorithm Based on Polygonal Approximation for On-Line Chinese
  Character Recognition
  Xinqiao Lu,Xiaojuan Liu,Guoqiang Xiao,Enmin Song, Ping Li, and Qiaoling Luo
3. An Invariant Pattern Recognition System Using the Bayesian Inference on Hierarchical
  Sequences with Pre-Processing
  Zunyi Tang, Wenlong Liu, and Shuxue Ding
  The University of Aizu
4. Head Pose Recognition with NNC-Trees
  Jie Ji, Kei Sato, Naoki Tominaga, and Qiangfu Zhao
  The University of Aizu
5. Inducing NNTrees Suitable for Hardware Implementation
  Hirotomo Hayashi and Qiangfu Zhao
  The University of Aizu

Banquet 18: 00 - 20:00

December 28
Free tour in Nagasaki.
Detailed information will be open on the conference.
Access (from Nagasaki Airport to Nagasaki Nisshokan)
About 45 minutes by airport limousine bus from Nagasaki Airport to Nagasaki Station, where JR
line, bus and train are available. And, there is a free shuttle bus to Nagasaki Nisshokan.

   JR Nagasaki Station

                                                                                     Nagasaki Nisshokan

Free Shuttle bus (between hotel and JR Nagasaki Station)
Hotel to JR Station     8:10       9:10       11:10

 JR Station to Hotel      15:00      16:00      17:00      18:00      19:00      20:00       21:00
 Hotel to JR Station      14:40      15:40      16:40      17:40      18:40      19:40       20:40

                                                                              Shuttle Bus
Access (to conference location in university)
Conference location: Sea Site Campus of Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science
The Gate of Sea Site Campus:

The building of Conference Place:

Access : From Nagasaki JR Station by Bus:
①   By bus
    Take a Bus from South entrance in front of Nagasaki station to ABA (kasuga Depot)
    Get off the bus in Front of Himi Park
    About 30 minutes, 400 Japanese Yen.
②   By Taxi
    About minutes, 2,000 Japanese Yen

                      JR Nagasaki Station

                                                         Sea    Site
There is one free bus on the gate of Hotel Nisshokann on about ??.
(1) Nagasaki Nisshokann (にっしょう館).
It is in a mountain and has a beautiful night view. But it only has two bed
rooms and three bed rooms, and Japanese-style rooms.
Price: high view site: 5,900 Japanese en/ one bed/ one night 6,800
Japanese en/ one room/ one night;
Mountain site: 4,800 Japanese en/one bed, 5,800 Japanese en/ one
(2) Wel Hotels & Resorts.
There are 22 single rooms, 14 twin rooms, and 4 Japanese-style rooms.
Price: 5,800Japanese en/one night, 6,300Japanese en/one night (Saturday)

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