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Doshisha University (Private)

Doshisha University (Private)

2. In the acoustic

2. In the acoustic group, we are researching numerical simulation technologies for problems related to general wave phenomena, from sound waves to electromagnetic waves. In particular, by the development of specialized sound field rendering hardware, we are aiming to achieve a “silicon concert hall” to reproduce concert hall sound in real-time. Keywords Human interface Communication assistance Interaction design Virtual reality Emotional stress simulation Sound field rendering Silicon concert hall GPU FPGA

Prof. Kenya SATO, Takahiro KOITA Network Information Systems Laboratory http://istc.doshisha.ac.jp/course/information/labo_09.html Research Topics Digital Home Network We are constructing a multimedia application platform SONICA (Service Oriented Network Interoperability for Component Adaptation) that implements Plug and Play and streaming data QoS assurance with a XML-based server/client model. To support commands and data usage methods for undefined devices that aren't registered to the existing system, a network can be simply constructed by exchanging link information using the client/server model, not software module transfers used by UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) and HAVi (Home Audio Video Interoperability). Grid Computing In order to efficiently execute genome applications in a grid environment, we are designing middleware to appropriately manage computer and network information and to appropriately allocate and execute processing. Specifically, for InterProScan, HMMer, and other genome applications that analyze protein sequences, we are implementing scheduling and monitoring functions that aim to efficiently execute them in a grid environment. Executing genome applications in parallel with a single computer or uniform computers in a PC cluster is simple. However, for grid environments where computers with many different kinds of performance are connected to a variety of networks, computer and network information must be appropriately managed and processing must be appropriately allocated and executed. Sensor Network For multiple moving objects such as automobiles and small aircrafts to work autonomously, distributively, and collaboratively, we are researching and developing protocols related to ad-hoc networks that can be used as sensor networks to exchange information and

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