Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

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  • White Papers // Dec 2013

    A Group Signature with Relaxed-Privacy and Revocability for VANET

    In this paper the authors adapts a new Group Signature (GS) scheme to the specific needs of certain application e.g., a Vehicular Ad hoc NETwork (VANET). Groth GS is the first efficient GS scheme in the BSZ-model with security proofs in the standard model. The authors modify the Groth GS...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Service Mediator Model for Value Co-Creation Based on Service Dominant Logic

    A new mediator model for Information Service Firms (ISFs) is proposed based on Service dominant logic. In this model, mediators create a shared contextual place and it plays an important role in connecting and managing supply and demand to provide superior services. The mechanism of value co-creation based on service...

    Provided By Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

  • White Papers // Dec 2012

    A Change Support Model for Distributed Collaborative Work

    Distributed collaborative software development tends to make artifacts and decisions inconsistent and uncertain. The authors try to solve this problem by providing an information repository to reflect the state of works precisely, by managing the states of artifacts/products made through collaborative work, and the states of decisions made through communications....

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Multi-Hop Wireless Network Emulation on StarBED

    In this paper, the authors present architecture to emulate multihop wireless networks on StarBED, a wired-network testbed at Hokuriku Research Center of NICT, Japan. The architecture uses a distributed approach, and it can effectively emulate in real time the properties of WLAN contention-based media access mechanism. Network emulation is an...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Multi-Hop Wireless Network Emulation on StarBED

    In this paper, the authors present architecture to emulate multihop wireless networks on StarBED, a wired-network testbed at Hokuriku Research Center of NICT, Japan. The architecture uses a distributed approach, and it can effectively emulate in real time the properties of WLAN contention-based media access mechanism. Network emulation is an...

    Provided By Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

  • White Papers // Dec 2012

    A Change Support Model for Distributed Collaborative Work

    Distributed collaborative software development tends to make artifacts and decisions inconsistent and uncertain. The authors try to solve this problem by providing an information repository to reflect the state of works precisely, by managing the states of artifacts/products made through collaborative work, and the states of decisions made through communications....

    Provided By Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Service Mediator Model for Value Co-Creation Based on Service Dominant Logic

    A new mediator model for Information Service Firms (ISFs) is proposed based on Service dominant logic. In this model, mediators create a shared contextual place and it plays an important role in connecting and managing supply and demand to provide superior services. The mechanism of value co-creation based on service...

    Provided By Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

  • White Papers // Dec 2013

    A Group Signature with Relaxed-Privacy and Revocability for VANET

    In this paper the authors adapts a new Group Signature (GS) scheme to the specific needs of certain application e.g., a Vehicular Ad hoc NETwork (VANET). Groth GS is the first efficient GS scheme in the BSZ-model with security proofs in the standard model. The authors modify the Groth GS...

    Provided By Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology