- Graduate School
- Division of Frontier Informatics
- Faculty Members
- Naohiro Hayashibara
Associate Professor Naohiro Hayashibara
|Area and Subject Taught||Dependable Systems|
|Research Theme(s)||Dependable Distributed Systems|
|Academic Degrees||Ph.D.,Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology|
|Keywords for Research Field||Distributed systems, Dependability, Computer network|
|Office Phone Number||Not Public|
Since applications and services over the internet are often required high availability, systems which provide them are toward to increase their size and complexity. We develop algorithms for large-scale distributed systems in the view point of reliability and security. Specifically, we focus on fault-tolerant algorithms and intrusion-tolerant systems to provide a realistic and efficient solution for such systems.
Notable Publications and Works in the Last Three Years
- D. Yamamasu and N. Hayashibara, “On Message Reachability of Gossip Algorithms in Degree-Biased Peer-to-Peer Networks”, In Proc. of the 20th IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems Workshops, December 2014.
- T. Ujinawa and N. Hayashibara, “Aspect-Oriented Exception Handling for Network Programming in a Component-based Framework”, In Proc. of the 13th IASTED International Conference on Software Engineering, February 2014.
- T. Ujinawa and N. Hayashibara, “Squareknot: a Flexible Framework for Actuators and Controllers in Smart Environment”, In Proc of the 2012 International Workshop on Ubiquitous Information Processing and Management (UIPM 2012), September 2012.
- N. Hayashibara, “Towards Persistent Connections Using Failure Detectors”, In Proc. of the 16th IEEE Workshop on Dependable Parallel, Distributed and Network-Centric Systems (DPDNS 2011), May 2011.