International Journal of Networked and Distributed Computing

Volume 7, Issue 3, August 2019

1. Polar Code Appropriateness for Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency Use Cases of 5G Systems

Arti Sharma, Mohammad Salim
Pages: 93 - 99
Polar code is considered as a major breakthrough of past decade in channel coding area. The unprecedented performance of polar codes compelled third generation partnership project (3GPP) to adopt the polar codes for control channels functions in one of the fifth generation (5G) scenario enhanced mobile...

2. Semantic Schema Matching for String Attribute with Word Vectors and its Evaluation

Kenji Nozaki, Teruhisa Hochin, Hiroki Nomiya
Pages: 100 - 106
Instance-based schema matching is to determine the correspondences between heterogeneous databases by comparing instances. Heterogeneous databases consist of an enormous number of tables containing various attributes, causing the data heterogeneity. In such cases, it is effective to consider semantic...

3. “Never fry carrots without chopping” Generating Cooking Recipes from Cooking Videos Using Deep Learning Considering Previous Process

Tatsuki Fujii, Yuichi Sei, Yasuyuki Tahara, Ryohei Orihara, Akihiko Ohsuga
Pages: 107 - 112
Research on deep-training captioning models that modify the natural-language contents of images and moving images has produced considerable results and attracted attention in recent years. In this research, we aim to generate recipe sentences from cooking videos acquired from YouTube. We treat this as...

4. Do You Like Sclera? Sclera-region Detection and Colorization for Anime Character Line Drawings

Masashi Aizawa, Yuichi Sei, Yasuyuki Tahara, Ryohei Orihara, Akihiko Ohsuga
Pages: 113 - 120
Colorizing line drawings requires special skill, experience, and knowledge. Artists also spend a great deal of time and effort creating art. Given this background, research on automated line drawing colorization was recently conducted. However, the existing approaches present multiple problems, one of...

5. Defects and Vulnerabilities in Smart Contracts, a Classification using the NIST Bugs Framework

Wesley Dingman, Aviel Cohen, Nick Ferrara, Adam Lynch, Patrick Jasinski, Paul E. Black, Lin Deng
Pages: 121 - 132
Rising to popularity in the last decade, blockchain technology has become the preferred platform for the transfer of digital currency. Unfortunately, many of these environments are rife with vulnerabilities exploited by financially motivated attackers. Worse yet, is that a structured analysis and classification...

6. Utilizing Type-2 Fuzzy Sets as an Alternative Approach for Valuing Military Information

Timothy P Hanratty, Robert J Hammell
Pages: 133 - 139
Knowledge elicitation from a group versus a single source typically yields outcomes that range in agreement and promote a level of uncertainty. Recently, the use of Type-2 fuzzy sets has been proffered as an alternative approach for capturing the difference of opinions expressed by a group of experts...