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
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Research Overview

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.