Program for 2017 International Conference on Platform Technology and Service

Time Grand Ballroom A Grand Ballroom B Studio-1 Studio-3

Sunday, February 12

11:00-12:00 Local Arrangement Meeting
13:30-15:30 ICTPS & KISTI & ICRP Steering Meeting
16:00-18:00 Conference Committees' Meeting

Monday, February 13

09:00-09:30 Registration open (2nd floor)
09:30-10:50 1-A: Computing Platform 1-B: Networking Platform 1-C: Human & Media Platform 1-D: Convergence Platform
10:50-11:10 Coffee break
11:10-12:30 2-A: Computing Platform 2-B: Networking Platform 2-C: Human & Media Platform 2-D: Networking Platform / Convergence Platform
12:30-14:00 Lunch (Grand Ballroom C / 2nd floor)
14:00-15:10 Opening Remark & Keynote Speech 1 (Grand Ballroom A / 2nd floor)
15:10-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-16:50 3-A: Computing Platform 3-B: CRET 2017 3-C: Convergence Platform 3-D: MediSSec 2017
16:50-17:10 Coffee Break
17:10-18:30 4-A: Computing Platform 4-B: CRET 2017 4-C: CIA 2017 / SCA 2017 4-D: MediSSec 2017
19:00-20:30 Reception Party & Service Award Ceremony (Emerald Hall / 6th floor)

Tuesday, February 14

09:00-09:30 Registration open (2nd floor)
09:30-10:50 5-A: Human & Media Platform 5-B: Convergence Platform 5-C: SESIS 2017 5-D: Computing Platform
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-12:30 6-A: CIA 2017 6-B: Convergence Platform 6-C: SCA 2017 6-D: Computing Platform / MediSSec 2017
12:30-14:00 Lunch (Grand Ballroom C / 2nd floor)
14:00-15:10 Keynote Speech 2 (Grand Ballroom A / 2nd floor)
15:10-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-16:50 7-A: CIA 2017 7-B: Convergence Platform 7-C: SCA 2017 7-D: Interdisciplinary Session 1
16:50-17:10 Coffee Break
17:10-18:30 8-A: CIA 2017 8-B: Networking Platform / FSP 2017 8-C: SCA 2017 8-D: Interdisciplinary Session 2
19:00-20:30 Conference Banquet (Grand Ballroom C / 2nd floor)

Wednesday, February 15

09:00-09:30 Registration open (2nd floor)
09:30-10:50 9-A: Convergence Platform / CIA 2017 9-B: Computing Platform / SCA 2017 9-C: Interdisciplinary Session 3 9-D: Interdisciplinary Session 4

Sunday, February 12

Sunday, February 12 11:00 - 12:00

Local Arrangement Meeting

Chair: Sangoh Park (Chung-Ang University, Korea)

Sunday, February 12 13:30 - 15:30

ICTPS & KISTI & ICRP Steering Meeting

Chair: Sang-Soo Yeo (Mokwon University, Korea)

Sunday, February 12 16:00 - 18:00

Conference Committees' Meeting

Steering Committee / Organizing Committee / Program Committee
Chair: Yang-Sun Lee (Mokwon University, Korea)

Monday, February 13

Monday, February 13 9:00 - 9:30

Registration open (2nd floor)

Monday, February 13 9:30 - 10:50

1-A: Computing Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Cho-Chin Lin (National Ilan University, Taiwan)
Performance Improvement of Dynamic Binary Analysis Tool, Triton
Wonil Pyo, Beomsu Hyeon, Yebyoul Son and Mun-Kyu Lee (Inha University, Korea)
Dynamic binary analysis (DBA) programs are used to automatically find vulnerabilities in programs. Among them is Triton, a recently developed open-source DBA program with user-friendly functionalities such as Python interface. In this paper, we improve the performance of Triton by applying a caching technique to the opcode disassembly task in Triton. We designed and implemented two modified versions of Triton and compared their performance with the original version. According to our experimental results, the speed of Triton was accelerated by up to 25% on average. This improvement was due to the high hit ratio of the caches we added in our modification, which was higher than 95%. Acknowledgements - This work was supported in part by the IITP grant funded by the Korea government (MSIP) [No.R7122-16-0077, Development of the 10G Level RegEx Packet Processing SW for the Security Intelligence] and in part by the MSIP, Korea, under the ITRC support program [IITP-2016-H8501-16-1008] supervised by the IITP.
Format String Bug Detection Using Memcheck
Yejin Yoon (University of INHA, Korea); Se-Hun Oh (Cyberone, Korea); Mun-Kyu Lee (Inha University, Korea)
Format string bugs (FSBs) are caused by careless use of the printf function in the standard C library and can cause abnormal actions in a program such as memory content leak or shell code execution. We modify a shared object in Memcheck which is one of the Valgrind tools for dynamic program analysis, and propose a solution for detecting FSBs. Our solution effectively detects an FSB by verifying whether the first argument of printf is allocated in the read-only data section or not. In other words, we can detect an FSB where the format string is not a read-only string, but a variable. Acknowledgements - This work was supported in part by the IITP grant funded by the Korea government (MSIP) [No.R7122-16-0077, Development of the 10G Level RegEx Packet Processing SW for the Security Intelligence] and in part by the MSIP, Korea, under the ITRC support program [IITP-2016-H8501-16-1008] supervised by the IITP.
The Design and Implementation of a KNN-based Dating Mobile Application
Jingbo An and Zhiyi Fang (Jilin University, P.R. China)
Now mobile Internet outbreak, in this wave, this article designs good dating class software, software is specifically for students in the school dating software, named "Looking for partners ". The main features of the application are a personal hobby to initiate or participate in the activities sponsored by others based on , and has the common interests in the buddies together online or offline activities , so as to make new friends and contacts , to enrich my life . After a careful comparison of various classification algorithms, it is found that the "K-nearest-neighbor algorithm" is the most easy to comprehend and easy to combine with the classification algorithm. Therefore, this paper discusses how to apply the "K-nearest-neighbor algorithm "to" Looking for partners" project to improve the matching accuracy, to solve the problem of friends matching.

1-B: Networking Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Maria Rosario Rodavia (Arellano University & AMA Online University - Graduate School, Philippines)
Reservation-Based Cooperative Traffic Management Considering Turn Types at Intersection
Areeya Rubenecia and Myungwhan Choi (Sogang University, Korea); Hyo Hyun Choi (Inha Technical College, Korea)
This paper presents a reservation-based intersection traffic control infrastructure. The proposed scheme manages the flow of vehicles at intersection in consideration of the turn type and waiting time of the vehicles. The proposed scheme has a queuing zone and then followed by an acceleration zone right before the intersection area. A vehicle can only request reservation when it is in the queuing zone. Then, it can only enter the acceleration area once its reservation request is accepted. The proposed scheme guarantees collision-free travel and reduces queuing delay of vehicles at intersection. The simulation results shows better performance and the vehicles can reach to their own respective destinations without any collision.
Investigation and Improvement of Maximum Likelihood Channel Estimator in OFDM Systems
Khalid Sheikhidris Mohamed and Mohamad Yusoff Alias (Multimedia University, Malaysia); Mardeni Roslee (MMU, Malaysia)
Frequency offsets are the most destructive effects to the orthogonality between carriers, also known as Inter-Carrier-Interference (ICI) in OFDM systems. This offset can be corrected by implementing a proper correction scheme which relies on channel estimation techniques such as Maximum Likelihood Channel Estimator (MMLE). Further improvements enhance the reliability, Accuracy and Quality of Service (QoS) of OFDM. This paper studies MMLE behavior to improve the limitation and the overall performance of channel estimation process using Matlab simulation software and propose an improved version of MMLE which shows the noticeable degradation of Bit Error Rate (BER). Simulation results shows that lower Bit Error Rates (BER) can be achieved using this improved method which further achieves more orthogonal OFDM carriers and less ICI.
Study on MPTCP Enhancement by IP Routing for WebQoE Improvement
Yasuomi Muraki and Yoshihiro Ito (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
This paper studies enhancement of Multi-Path TCP(MPTCP), which is one of new transport-layer protocols of TCP/IP protocol suites, by IP routing for improvement of Quality of Experience for a Web service (WebQoE). In order to confirm the effect of IP routing on WebQoE, the author performed experiments with subjects. In the experiment, the subjects assess Quality of Experience of two actual Web services for different paths under 5 experimental environments. The author utilizes Web usability as QoE parameters. The results show that it is desirable to use appropriate routing for MPTCP enhancement in order to improve Web-Quality of Experience.
A Novel Approach for PAPR Reduction in OFDM-Based Visible Light Communications
Ayad Atiyah Abdulkafi (Tikrit University, Iraq); Mohamad Yusoff Alias (Multimedia University, Malaysia); Yaseein Soubhi Hussein (Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU), Malaysia)
One of the best techniques to increase data rate and improve spectral efficiency for indoor visible light communication (VLC) is by employing Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM). To efficiently exploit the optical bandwidth, we propose a novel transmission approach for OFDM based VLC that increases the bandwidth efficiency by 50% compared to conventional optical OFDM systems. Unlike existing approaches of OFDM-based VLC systems, the real and positive signal is obtained without the Hermitian symmetry and signal clipping. Through simulation results, the proposed scheme shows significant peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) reduction can be achieved, namely up to 10dB compared to the conventional asymmetrically clipped optical- OFDM (ACO-OFDM) and 5dB compared to DC biased optical -OFDM (DCO-OFDM) at complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) of 10-1 with acceptable bit-error-rate (BER) performance.

1-C: Human & Media Platform

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Young-Ae Jung (Sun Moon University, Korea)
Construction of Human Reaction Information Measurement System Based on Color Environments
Su Chong Joo, Chang Won Jeong and Ji Eon Kim (Wonkwang University, Korea)
In this paper, we suggested a system to collect information through smart devices using the apps development based on the color environment. However, the composition of the complete color environment of the existing studies in the visual environment was difficult. So, to supplement this problem, the color environment was configured using a smart device of the HDM. It was configured to collect the vital signs through the BMS (Bio-Medical-System). The collection of vital signs by the proposed system will be based on the physiological quantification analysis and new markers development and analysis patterns in the color environment. Through implementing this, the proposed system expects to help in medical diagnosis and treatment as well as in developing programs for the patient rehabilitation.
Skin Care Management Support System Based on Cloud Environments
Su Chong Joo, Chang Won Jeong, Ji Eon Kim and Si-Hyung No (Wonkwang University, Korea)
This paper describes the skin care management support system for skin diseases which provides patient management and treatments advice from medical staffs. It focuses on the skin disease management for psoriasis and melanoma. The existing systems have been made to create various medical applications for self-monitoring using smartphones. Despite its benefits, the rate of patient participation in the application has been shown to be low after initial use because self-administration is difficult in getting the information for the treatment of the relevant disease than the treatment information in the hospital. For this reason, we suggested a skin care management support system using synchronization method. Our approach is designed as an active interaction method using smartphone application. Also, we used the cloud computing environment, which provided secure communication by using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) between patients and medical staffs. Finally, we show the skin care management process of skin diseases with management application service based on cloud-computing environments.
Pairing Social Issues and Scientific Solutions Based on Unstructured Data Analytics
Yoonsun Jin (Kyung Hee University, Korea); Namyeon Lee (Hanshin University, Korea); Suhyeon Nam (Kyung Hee University, Korea); Ohbyung Kwon (Kyunghee University, Korea)
Some of the numerous social problems caused by the rapidly changing modern society become social issues. Until now, selecting social issues is conducted by a top-down process in which the opinions of specialists in concerned fields are collected. Without any seed, however, such a process consumes too much time. Moreover, it poses various biases, including the intervention of specialists' subjectivity in the process. To overcome such problems, this study aims to establish seed terms from trustworthy documents that deal with social problems, and to extract expanded keywords of social issues using scientific data. Furthermore, it strives to propose a methodology that seeks a solution based on social issues.
In-vehicle System Design - Considering Cognitive Characteristics of Elderly Drivers-
Seung Hee Hong (KRISS & ETRI, Korea)
In modern society, a variety of things or systems have been proposed for easy living. However, if you do not produce it based on human characteristics in such a system, users will find it inconvenient to use superior design products. The same is true when designing an in-vehicle system. It is not necessary unless it know the driver's cognitive physiological characteristics. In this research, driving assistant methods considering the cognitive characteristics of elderly drivers were proposed. Furthermore, the driving characteristics of young people and the elderly were examined. Such approaches and ideas will help researchers who design advanced systems was conceivable.

1-D: Convergence Platform

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Yanghoon Kim (Far East University, Korea)
A Study on Elderly Disease Prediction Platform for Internet of Everything Environment
Jaehak Yu (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Seunghee Hong (KRISS, Korea); HongKyu Park (ETRI, Korea); Da mee Kim (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) & Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea); Woongshik You, Sunjin Kim and Cheol Sig Pyo (ETRI, Korea); Se-Jin Park (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Korea)
Recently, inspired by Internet of Everything (IoE), the era of connected all the things and people are coming. These advances in IoT and IoE technology have greatly increased the demand to use various things and services in everyday life at anytime and anywhere. Especially, as rapidly changing into an aging society and increasing interest in healthcare, disease prediction and management through various healthcare devices is getting attention. In this paper, we propose a platform structure that can be applied to user-customized health management and real-time disease prediction for elderly people by using IoE technology. The proposed platform structure can be extended for rapidly detecting and predicting new diseases.
Smart Emergency Medical Services Integrated with EMR-connected Wearable Devices
Yeongcheol Shin, Gibaek Nam and Eunjeong Park (Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea); Taehwa Han (Yonsei University Health System, Korea); Hyuk-jae Chang (Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea)
We developed a prototype in demonstrating the interoperability of IoT healthcare platform for daily healthcare integrated with emergency medical services. For the processes of developing a prototype, we implement a smart emergency medical system (SEMS) which utilizes the wearable devices called Lifetag providing extracted information from electronic medical records (EMR). Lifetag facilitates the information management of paramedics by referring the current health status of people who are in need through the NFC communication between paramedics' smartphones and Lifetags. In addition, SEMS integrates physiological signals from patient monitoring devices in an ambulance to a pre-hospital care chart which transfers collected information to the national emergency department information system (NEDIS).
A Prototype for Assessing Cyber Security Maturity
Young In You, Jaehee Lee and Kyungho Lee (Korea University, Korea)
For information security management, agencies such as public agencies and national infrastructure are collectively measuring and evaluating information security capabilities. However, these security level evaluation system is not based on the characteristics and information protection activities of the organization, so it is difficult to objectively evaluate the security level. There is a maturity model as a way to measure and improve organizational capabilities within the organization's area. This maturity concept has been started in the field of software engineering and is not a new concept. However, since the effectiveness and efficiency of the maturity concept has already been verified, we intend to introduce it in the field of information security. Although there are studies that have been conducted to introduce a maturity model in the field of information security, only abstract concepts are presented and no practical studies. Cybersecurity standards for protecting the cyber environment of infrastructure, also recommends the adoption of the maturity concept to assess the organization's information security capacity, but there are no specific guidelines. Therefore, this paper proposes a prototype of the information security maturity model that can measure and manage the information security capability of the organization and simulate it in Korea infrastructure.

Monday, February 13 10:50 - 11:10

Coffee break

Monday, February 13 11:10 - 12:30

2-A: Computing Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Maria Rosario Rodavia (Arellano University & AMA Online University - Graduate School, Philippines)
Bounded-downtime Computation for Virtual Machine Live Migration Based on Memory Alternation Cross Reference
Cho-Chin Lin (National Ilan University, Taiwan); Zong-De Jian (Academia Sinica, Taiwan); Dong-Ye Xie (Nation Ilan University); Wei Ping Goh and Shyi-Tsong Wu (National Ilan University, Taiwan)
Non-stop computation can be achieved on cloud computing platform which is capable of migrating a virtual machine from a host to another. The migration may degenerate the performance of a virtual machine due to page swapping either from the source host or remote storages. Thus, bounded downtime is a fundamental requirement for many important applications. In this paper, a method which analyses memory access pattern vertically and horizontally is developed for bounded-downtime applications. The method predicts and resizes memory space such that the computation can proceed in accord with our need. Experiments are also conducted to show that bounded downtime can be achieved with negligible performance variation.
The Design and Implementation of the Residents-Workstation of Mobile HIS
Jingbo An and Zhiyi Fang (Jilin University, P.R. China)
With the rapid development of communication technology, HIS has been widely used in modern hospitals. At present, the research of medical information system has attracted a lot of researchers at home and abroad. A classification of emergency medical information system is designed in literature, in the literature, it is proposed the medical information exchange, sharing and secure access system for the same patient. The literature describes the use of mobile clients in South Korea to collect a large number of clinical information to the hospital. In literature, the ERM system can improve the safety and effectiveness of medical services. And it extends the security planning process. Physician workstation is an important part of HIS. The author combines the research and development of mobile office platform. The system needs analysis, outline design, system implementation and testing applications. Using PB development language, 10g Oracle database and IOS related technologies to achieve the function of the system.
Practical Data Outsourcing Framework with Provably Secure Deduplication in Untrusted Remote Storage
Dongyoung Koo (Korea University, Korea); Youngjoo Shin (Kwangwoon University, Korea); Junbeom Hur (Korea University, Korea)
This paper proposes a conceptually simple but practical management of outsourced data for provably secure duplicate elimination with efficient storage utilization. We focus on cutting off dependency of encryption key on underlying plain data, making data owners relieved from information leakage as long as their keys are kept secret. Rather than forcing data owners for the same content sharing the same key, we restrict storage space in which duplicate identification and elimination occur in order to increase duplication. This allows data owners to choose their own keys with no restriction, and eventually the security of the proposed approach would not be affected by other data owners as well as inside and/or outside adversaries. Our approach can be adaptively applied to existing remote storage systems according to storage capacity and security requirements.

2-B: Networking Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Dong-Hee Park (Korea National University of Transportation, Korea)
Design of Millimeter-wave Monopole Yagi-Uda-Fed Waveguide Pyramidal Horn Antennas
Dong-Hee Park (Korea National University of Transportation, Korea)
In recently, radar technology to support safe driving is one of the sectors receiving a lot of attention for auto-navigation system of a vehicle. In particular, adaptive cruise control (ACC) radar in the K-band and W-band is important. The horn antenna has advantages to achieve high gain and low VSWR in the millimeter-wave band because it is commonly simple structure. In this paper, coaxial-fed waveguide pyramidal horn antennas are designed with an optimum size 20Х20Х30mm3 to operate at the W-band. As a result, this paper presented the possibility of the design of a millimeter-wave pyramidal horn antenna for automotive radar systems.
An Implementation of Indoor Visible Light Communication System Using Simulink
Yaseein Soubhi Hussein (Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU), Malaysia); Mohamad Yusoff Alias (Multimedia University, Malaysia); Ayad Atiyah Abdulkafi (Tikrit University, Iraq)
The implementation of indoor visible light communication (VLC) systems using a direct current-biased optical orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (DCO-OFDM) scheme is investigated in this paper. The main contribution of this work is to analyze the VLC system using Simulink design. Simulink design uses blocks that are much easy and deliver optimized results for hardware implementation. The system analysis comprises, first the effect of signal scaling and biasing operation on the peak to average power ratio (PAPR) which is a major drawback in OFDM based VLC system. Second the use of the channel estimation for the received signal. Simulation results show that the PAPR is significantly reduced by employing the signal scaling combined with biasing operation. Furthermore, the bit error rate (BER) can be reduced by utilizing channel estimation algorithms such as minimum mean square error (MMSE) and least squares (LS).
On Findability Issues of Constrained Web of Things in a Smart Home Environment
Wen-Ting Cheah and Chun-Feng Liao (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
Over the past few years, a considerable number of studies have been devoted to the core technologies of Smart Home system, which is usually constructed by integrating various sensors, actuators, and software. Meanwhile, the concept of Internet of Things (IoT) becomes popular so that the concept of Web of Things (WoT) also emerges out of the application layer. In a WoT network, all things can be accessed and operated via HTTP so that the development of smart home applications is simplified. However, as there has been a little study of a common approach for describing the capabilities of a constrained WoT, what seems to be lacking is an effective solution for the "Findability" issues of constrained WoT. In this paper, we propose a solution for dealing the WoT "Findability" issues by combining the Web Things Model (WTM) and Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP). We hope that this research outcome is able to make the applications constrained WoT in Smart Home easier to develop and thus streamlines the research of WoT.

2-C: Human & Media Platform

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Yanghoon Kim (Far East University, Korea)
Speech Emotion Recognition from Spectrograms with Deep Convolutional Neural Network
This paper presents a method to solve the problem of speech emotion recognition using deep convolutional neural network (CNN). Spectrograms generated from the speech signals are input to the deep CNN. The proposed model consisting of three convolutional layers and three fully connected layers extract discriminative features from spectrogram images and outputs predictions for the seven emotions. In this study, we trained the proposed model on the spectrograms obtained from Berlin emotions dataset. Furthermore, we also investigated the effectiveness of transfer learning for emotions recognition. Preliminary results indicate that the proposed approach based on freshly trained model is better than the fine-tuned model, and is capable of predicting emotions accurately and efficiently.
Genre-Based Movie Recommendation Algorithm
Tae-gyu Hwang and Sung-Kwon Kim (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Previous studies, which have explained the ways of recommending of movies that are based on movie genre and other users' recommendation. Existing research using movie genres showed improvement in accuracy. These kinds of recommender systems, however, have limits that are large complexity, intense heuristic nature, and artificial recommendations. To overwhelm these limits, this study will suggest improved and efficient genre based movie recommendation algorithm. This study has used 'MovieLens' data set and applied the suggested method to calculate the accuracy. According to the result, when the data set is larger, the accuracy appears greater, that as the greatest recommendation accuracy has resulted in the largest data set, MovieLens10M. Also, overall complexity has been decreased significantly if the suggested method has applied to the larger data set. Thus, it has been shown that the suggested method is more efficient than earlier methods.
Implementation of a Personalized Beauty Web Magazine Using Mind Mining
Yujin Song and Yongjang Cho (Sungkyul University, Korea); Seungmin Rho (Sejong University, Korea)
The number of websites and applications that provide beauty data to consumers is drastically increasing. Consumers usually select and purchase products based on product information and customer reviews on the Internet, as well as listening to the opinions of friends. Consumers, however, often find it difficult to find the perfect product because there is a vast amount of data available online, which makes the process of selecting products more difficult. To address this problem, we have analyzed vast amounts of big data provided by both consumers and the beauty industry using mind mining, data mining, text mining, and natural language techniques to identify preferences. We suggest a way of implementing a personalized beauty web magazine by identifying preferences from analyzed data.

2-D: Networking Platform / Convergence Platform

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Junbeom Hur (Korea University, Korea)
A Prediction Method Combining Open Data Keyword Analysis and Case-Based Reasoning
Yun Seon Kim (Handong Global University, Korea); Namyeon Lee (Hanshin University, Korea); Ohbyung Kwon (Kyunghee University, Korea)
One of the significant issues in everyday modern life is a healthier environment. For improving the environment, huge amount of data is gathered, manipulated, and utilized with noise, uncertainty, or unexpected mistreatment of data. In some data sets, the class imbalance problem hinders the learning performance of classification algorithms. In this paper, we propose a reasoning method that combines use of crowd knowledge from open data and collective knowledge to resolve the class imbalance issue in a data set related to diagnosing wellness in patients with stress or depression. The results of this research suggest that the proposed hybrid reasoning method using crowd knowledge extracted from open data and collective knowledge performs better than other traditional methods.
A Study on Deriving Checklist About Management Inspection of Internal Data Leakage Prevention Solutions
Jang-Su Park and Im-Yeong Lee (University of Soonchunhyang, Korea)
As the Data Communication Technology develops, the confidential information of the corporations and institutions have been increasingly leaked out in diverse ways and the hacking technology has developed compared to the past. An information leakage security incident can be divided in two different cases. One, by a malicious hacker from outside intrudes and leaks information and two, by a previous or present staff or affiliated worker who has access to internal information. The leakage of critical information causes enormous damage to the institutions and businesses. Therefore, the organizations and the companies are currently re-examining the data protection system to prevent any internal information from leaking out and strengthening the internal control policies by introducing internal information leakage prevention solution. However, in the current state of lack of dedicated information security personnel, the effective management of various security solutions is impossible. Therefore, this paper proposes a checklist for the operation and management of the solution to prevent the internal information leakage.

Monday, February 13 12:30 - 14:00

Lunch (Grand Ballroom C / 2nd floor)

Monday, February 13 14:00 - 15:10

Opening Remark & Keynote Speech 1 (Grand Ballroom A / 2nd floor)Details

On the Wireless Network Systems as a Key Enabling Technology for Smart Homes and Cities
Dr. Mohammad S. Obaidat / Professor, Fordham University, USA
Chair: Young-Ae Jung (Sun Moon University, Korea)

Digital and smart homes and cities have become an important research and development area in the 21st century due mainly to their significance to national and international health, economy, safety, transportation, and security, among others. ICT Systems have played a vital role in the emergence and development of smart cities and homes. The impressive advances in areas of information and wired and wireless communications technology have brought with them the prospect of embedding different hierarchies of smartness and intelligence in the modern home and cities. Offering comfort and safe and healthy living with an intelligent form of collaboration with their residents has been the prime goal of smart and digital homes and cities. Contingent upon the settings, the communications may be multifaceted such as mobile agent based and context-aware services or they may be uncomplicated such as controlling the room temperature or its humidity level. Sophisticated situations include the delivery of position/location-aware info content of the resident of the digital home as well as his/her activities.

The availability of inexpensive low-power sensors, the RF IC chips, and the embedded microprocessors/ microcontrollers have made tremendous impact on digital homes and cities; with large quantity of sensors, which jointly manage and make the inferences from the collected data on the state of the home and city as well as the actions and behavior of the inhabitants. As the worldwide life expectancy, especially in developed countries and newly industrialized counties is increasing, the percentage of senior/elderly citizens is increasing at an accelerated pace and most projections suggest that this increase worldwide will reach about 10 millions in the coming decade. Senior citizens usually live in care centers, hospitals or their own homes with some relative supervision/care. Smart homes and cities can be used efficiently and economically in order to accommodate the needs of this population.

The increase of worldwide population, especially in populous countries and cities and the increase migration of citizens to cities have also brought with it challenges in transportation systems, health care, utility's supplies, learning & education, sensing city dynamics, computing with heterogeneous data sources, managing urban big data, and environmental protection including pollution and others. In this keynote, we will shed some light on the roles of Wireless Networks as a key enabling Information and Communications technology to smart cities and homes. We will also investigate the advances, current trends, challenges and future in the research and development in smart homes and cities. Some of our recent research results, especially the ones related to the use of wireless networks and security for smart and digital homes will be presented. Among these, fire detection schemes in forests. An intelligent system for fire prediction based on wireless sensor networks is presented. This system obtains the probability of fire and fire behavior in a particular area. This information allows firefighters to obtain escape paths and determine strategies to fight the fire. A firefighter can access this information with a portable device on every node of the network.

Also, we will introduce an adaptive MAC protocol for distributed wireless LANs that is capable of operating efficiently under bursty traffic conditions. According to the proposed protocol, the mobile station that is granted permission to transmit is selected by means of a neural-based algorithm. Another new protocol for dynamically setting 802.11 wireless LAN waveforms and transmission power levels based on the wireless channel's signal to noise ratio will be introduced. Our method, known as Signal-to-Noise Ratio-Waveform Power Adaptation (SNR-WPA), changes the power in discrete steps matched to each of the 802.11 data rate-waveform steps. By matching the power to the spreading symbol rate, our technique maximizes the network throughput while minimizing MAC layer contention. We present other new schemes to authenticate and authorize 802.11 wireless nodes within a network. This new layer of security relies on a neural network decision engine that restricts network access to mobile nodes whose physical location is within a threshold distance from the wireless access point or the controller of the network. Other related wireless research efforts by our group will be presented.

Monday, February 13 15:10 - 15:30

Coffee Break

Monday, February 13 15:30 - 16:50

3-A: Computing Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Jeongheon Kim (KISTI, Korea)
A Study on the Virtuous Circle Self-Learning Methods for Knowledge Enhancement
Jaehak Yu (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Young Min Kim (ETRI, Korea); SoonHyun Kwon (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute Daejeon Korea, Korea); Kwihoon Kim (ETRI, Korea); Nae-Soo Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea); Sunjin Kim and Cheol Sig Pyo (ETRI, Korea)
Recently, along with the development of ICT technology, there is a significant increase in IoE more advanced than IoT is one of the technologies that not only connects people and things, data and services, but also provides users with more intelligent and smart services However, it is difficult to efficiently process data generated from various kinds of things and services in this IoT environment. Also, it is difficult to provide objective analysis and knowledge-based services in an adaptive manner in response to IoE environment changes. In this paper, we propose a virtuous circle based knowledge convergence and extension model to accommodate the above intrinsic requirements. The proposed model exploits 1) the advanced information during preprocessing phase got by analyzing the high volume data of various IoE devices on real-time and 2) gives machine learning based learning models and their results during learning model phase to support the decision making accurately. These self-learning and learning results can be generated, converged, inferenced, and expanded with new knowledge of processing and learning. Finally, our system has the added advantage of providing knowledge and understanding of physical and virtual things, domains and services, and analysis information so that the user can easily understand them.
NCU-HA: A Lightweight HA System for Kernel-based Virtual Machine
Yen-Lin Lee, Min-Huang Ho, Aswin Suharsono, Yu-Chen Pan, Wei-Jen Wang and Deron Liang (National Central University, Taiwan)
Failure prevention and protection are very critical issues nowadays. Although there are many commercial high availability (HA) solutions, they are expensive and do not support intelligent platform management interface (IPMI) that can improves failure detection efficiency. We present NCU-HA, a HA solution based on the open source project KVM(Kernel-based Virtual Machine). NCU-HA can be run on both low-cost personal computers (PCs) and IPMI-based servers. Moreover, to prevent single point of failure, we classify the nodes of the cluster into three roles: Primary node, Backup node, and General nodes. HA agent on those nodes will provide the functions depending on its role. We also define failure models and describe the recovery methods implemented in NCU-HA. Evaluation results show that our system can reach four nines (>99.99 %) availability on low cost PCs.
Designing and Prototyping Utility Management Using Hybrid Wireless-Wired Network Technologies
P. Venkata Krishna (Sri Padmavati Mahila University, India); Mohammad S. Obaidat (University of Jordan, USA); Sudip Misra (Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur, India); Sumanth Yenduri (Columbus State University, USA); Kuei-Fang Hsiao (Ming Chuan University, Taiwan)
Due to the increased dependency on fusion of heterogeneous technologies, there is an increased demand for better provisioning of utility services such as electricity, water, and telecommunication, from end-users. Such demand has put more pressure to preserve the over-utilized natural resources such as water, energy, and RF spectrum. Energy and water are the precious key resources provided to us in direct or indirect forms. Particularly, water is a fundamental ingredient for any living organism and the electrical energy is one of the most sought-after resources for various activities that are happening on Earth. Unfortunately, both of these resources are vulnerable to becoming rare entities in the near future due to various factors such as deforestation, global warming, improper distribution, and undetected waste. Hence, there is a strong requirement at different levels to preserve or save these two resources. In this article, we propose low-cost hybrid network architecture, named as Learning Automata-Based Architecture for Utility Management (LAUM) that attempts to satisfy the above issues to large extent. The application of Learning Automata (LA) reduces the overall design complexity by downsizing the hardware and software resource requirements. Moreover, LAUM facilitates hassle-free deployment. This paper also presents a cost-effective implementation of a smart campus network, based on LAUM to manage utility services within the campus.

3-B: CRET 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Young-Joo Jeon (Mokwon University, Korea)
A Meta-analysis of Theme-based Integrated English Education Effects on English Skills
Jong-Keol Kim (Korea National University of Education, Korea); Jeong-ryeol Kim (Korea National University of Education, Elementary Education & Korea National University of Education, Korea)
This study is to explore the effects of integrated theme and English education. To this end, this study collected 30 studies conducted in elementary school setting satisfying the meta-analysis criteria such as studies being quantitative, experimental or having affective statistical results after searching for the key words of "theme-based", "integrated learning" and "bilingual learning" on the accessible databases such as RISS and Google scholar. The results of meta-study are as follows: 1) Theme-based integrated English education is more effective in improving English skills than improving affective factors. 2) There is no big difference in effect sizes among different graders. 3) Reading and writing skills were more improved than that of listening and speaking. 4) Integrating with knowledge-based subjects were more effective than integrating with skill-based subjects. 5) Game was the most effective teaching method.
Effects of L1 and L2 Glosses on Korean English Learners' Vocabulary Learning and Reading Comprehension: A Meta-Analysis
Je-Young Lee (Jeonju University, Korea); Young-Joo Jeon (Mokwon University, Korea)
This current study aims to investigate the effects of L1 and L2 glosses on vocabulary learning and reading comprehension of Korean English learners by a quantitative meta-analysis. The 42 research findings in 15 papers were synthesized by calculating their mean effect sizes. The meta-analysis was conducted in terms of subjects, language used in glosses, types of dependent variables, etc. The results showed that the use of glosses in foreign language teaching had above the medium effect (g=0.680, p=.000). It was also found that the effects on vocabulary learning were stronger than reading comprehension in both L1 glosses (Q=20.737, df=1, p=.000) and L2 glosses (Q=8.472, df=1, p=.004).
Instructional Strategies for ICT-based Storytelling Teaching Method
Hwa Seon Kim (Pai Chai University & College of Liberal Arts, Korea); Kyeong-Ouk Jeong (Hannam University, Korea)
The aim of this study is to develop the prototype of learner-initiated instructional syllabus in which the whole curricular sequence is invented as a digital growing-up storytelling process of the students. In the current educational paradigm, the role of students is much more essential than that of the teacher. With the development of ICT, more and more people are interacting each other via social networks. Accordingly, the value of storytelling becomes much more important than ever, so these online platforms can be served as a powerful channel to share stories among people. In this study, the concrete learning and teaching strategies will be suggested with the use of ICT-based storytelling teaching method.
Analysis of the Integrated Implementation into the Nuri Curriculum of Internet-Based Intercultural Exchange
JeeHyun Bae (Sungkyul University, Korea)
The purpose of this study was to analyze the results of the integrated implementation of Internet-based intercultural exchange into the Nuri curriculum to shed light on the significance of global education for young children. The subjects in this study were teachers and 52 preschoolers in South Korea. They participated in an intercultural exchange with young children from Puerto Rico, Thailand, and Senegal. The findings of the study were as follows: First, among the different areas of the Nuri curriculum, the program was mostly conducted the in social relations area, followed by communication area, artistic experience area, natural inquiry area, and workout/health area. Second, the articulated areas of the Nuri were combined in the activities. As a result, the integration of communication and social relations was most prevailing. This type appeared a lot when the preschoolers had a circle time and introduced their activities to the foreign friends both in oral and written forms.

3-C: Convergence Platform

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Chun-Feng Liao (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
Developing Criteria for Invasion of Privacy by Personal Drone
SoHyeon Park and Kyungho Lee (Korea University, Korea)
Recently, concerns have increased over careless accidents and invasion of privacy caused by drones, in proportion to the growth of the consumer drone market. Accordingly, some countries including the US and Japan, and in Europe are establishing regulations and guidelines for drones aviation. However, the rules primarily concern aviation safety, and define broad criteria for invasion of privacy. Lack of specific criteria for invasion of privacy has caused disputes continually. Furthermore, fear of invasion of privacy led some people to take strong measures against drones. In this paper, we conduct a survey on image identifiability determined by resolution, and propose criteria on invasion of privacy induced by aerial drone filming. Based on the criteria, we calculate the range of distance and height where drone-induced invasion of privacy may be prevented. Our research may provide a basis for substantive legal criteria that constitute invasion of privacy, and for preventing disputes related to invasion of privacy.
A Semi-Supervised Approach to Credit Card Fraud Detection
Dahee Choi and Kyungho Lee (Korea University, Korea)
In this paper, an approach to holistic process of credit card fraud detection based on semi-supervised method is introduced. Semi-supervised method is a combine method of supervised and unsupervised learning method. A proposed approach applied unsupervised learning method to detect anomalies with unlabeled data and supervised learning method to classify fraud data. Removing local outliers for accurate prediction and performing random sampling in various ratios to deal with imbalanced card fraud data has performed. By adopting a feature selection process with various feature selection algorithms, our proposed process improved our research's efficiency and accuracy. The efficiency and accuracy of the proposed method verified with F1 score. As a result, integrating different data mining methods in credit card fraud detection in proposed process shows that our approach has higher performance than the previous ones.

3-D: MediSSec 2017

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Mucheol Kim (Wonkwang University, Korea)
Research on Extending the Relationship Between Science and Social Issues
Mucheol Kim (Wonkwang University); Sang-Geun Kim (Sungkyul University, Korea); Sae Kyung Chang and Hangbae Chang (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
In this study, we derive various characteristics related to excellent research outcomes related to social issues. We performed pilot analysis firstly to generate clusters between terms, and a population to analyze by using vector space model in conjunction with science data was constructed. In addition, we derive the linkage terms of the pilot analysis clusters and analyze the results in connection with news data that reflect social issues over time. As a result, the flow of excellent research issues and information related directly and indirectly in connection with social issues can be derived. It is expected that this will be a milestone whether technologies linked to social issues in the utilizations of sciences and technologies.
Preliminary Study for Performance Prediction of Anonymization Algorithm Considering Data Characteristics
Namyeon Lee (Hanshin University, Korea); Sae Kyung Chang and Hangbae Chang (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
With the recent development of personal medical information services, as personal medical information is stored and processed in large quantities, the risk of sensitive privacy information being leaked or used for other purposes is increasing. To resolve this problem, anonymization of personal medical information has been actively researched. However, as the level of anonymization of personal medical information increases, a paradoxical situation may arise in which the level of personalization of the medical information service is lowered. Therefore, this study investigates the characteristics of features used in the anonymization algorithm and investigates the effects of these characteristics on the prediction algorithm.
Systematization of Personal Medical Information for Preemptive Security Incident of Medical Institutions
Onechul Na, Jawon Kim, Sae Kyung Chang and Hangbae Chang (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Recently, as medical information leakage has been rapidly increasing in Korea, personal medical information has a high value and special protection measures are needed. In order to strengthen the security of the medical industry, it is important to identify possible threats before medical information is leaked and to prepare countermeasures according to the threat factors. Therefore, this study aims to design an evaluation model for systematically establishing pre - response to medical information leakage. As a preliminary task for the design of the model in detail, identify the clear definition and scope of medical information and analyze the state of security incidents. Finally, we propose an evaluation model by deriving the determinants for establishing evaluation criteria from related research.
Characteristics of Malware in Small and Medium-Sized Hospitals and Cybersecurity Threat Status
Seungkyun Hong, Changhee Moon, Junyoung Kim and Jayho Jeong (Everyzone, Inc., Korea)
The primary importance of information protection within small and medium-sized hospital is continuously emphasized. Even in situations of increased cyber threats, investment for information protection has not been done properly in especially for those organizations. And actually it becoming a lot of malware infection, data-loss and financial damage caused by various cyber threats as like ransomware. In addition to malware and targeted attacks, medical organizations face other threats and risks targeting people, process and technology - and underestimating these risks can also have serious consequences. In this paper we have checked about characteristics of malicious code detection occurred in small and medium-sized hospital information system and consider protecting method's conversion according to concept of 'Availability, Integrity and Confidentiality'. Acknowledgement - This work was supported by Institute for Information & communications Technology Promotion(IITP) grant funded by the Korea government(MSIP) (No.B0713-16-0007, Development of International Standards Smart Medical Security Platform focused on the Field Considering Life Cycle of Medical Information).
Designing Security Solution Framework on ICT Convergence Medical Industry Environment
Yanghoon Kim (FarEast University, Korea); Sae Kyung Chang and Hangbae Chang (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
As health services improve in quality, interest in healthy lives is increasing. Accordingly, the medical industry and the market are increasing day by day, and the ICT convergence environment is spreading on the basis of this. The use of ICT is rapidly increasing in medical institutions evolving into ICT convergence. However, companies in the medical industry composed of a closed ICT environment have different security vulnerabilities than open environments. Generally, it has various environments ranging from small medical institutions equipped with home security systems to large medical institutions equipped with various security solutions. Because the management characteristics of primary, secondary and tertiary medical institutions are different, it is difficult to build all security solutions. In this study, we will design a system for building security solutions considering the characteristics of the size of medical institutions.
A Study on Document Malicious Code Removal to Respond Effectively to Threats of Incoming Document
NamGil Heo and Jaepil Lee (SOFTCAMP. LTD, Korea)
- Recently, with the Advanced Persistent Threat(APT) as a social engineering attack using sophisticated program against precise target has been increased, also the commercial detection technology has been rapidly increased. The existing detection techniques can effectively respond to known malicious codes, but it is difficult to detect malicious codes such as zero-day attacks without any information. In particular, existing detection techniques have limits because recent malicious codes are rapidly generating variants. This study aims at designing and implementing document attachment sanitization based on DAST for APT response and applies the document flowing into the inside. DAST can deal with APT fundamentally and actively through secure sanitization of documents.
New Re-Identification Scheme Applying REDIT-C in Differential Privacy Environment
Kwang-Soo Yeo, Cheol-Jung Kim and Soonseok Kim (Halla University, Korea)
- Recently, there are many researches which are focused on the secondary utilization of mass medical information in the medical field. In the case of large-scale medical information, it is useful information to contribute to the development of the medical field by being utilized for preventing disease. However, since medical information includes personal information such as patients and medical staff, there are many restrictions on the secondary use such as privacy issues. In this case, non - discrimination is needed to protect the patient's privacy in medical information. To solve this problem, we have previously proposed the approach using differential privacy. In general, a researcher who makes secondary use of medical data can re-request necessary data such as additional research after receiving un-identified data, in which case re-identification is required. In this paper, we try to apply the existing REDIT-C re-identification method to the previously proposed differential privacy method to solve these re-identification requirements. In this paper, we propose a new method to solve the re-identification which could be replacing the existing differential privacy scheme.

Monday, February 13 16:50 - 17:10

Coffee Break

Monday, February 13 17:10 - 18:30

4-A: Computing Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Jongsung Kim (Kookmin University, Korea)
Safety - Critical Software Quality Improvement Using Requirement Analysis
HiJung Hwang (University of Dankook, Korea); Young B Park (Dankook University, Korea)
Embedded software, such as railway, aviation, and medical devices, must provide users with safety and reliability software called safety-critical software. It is required to thoroughly verify requirements, and to provide users with software with high quality attributes of reliability and safety as a result of clear requirement analysis. To verify the requirements, we mainly use the white box view and the black box view. But, The requirements analysis of the black box view has a disadvantage in that it does not consider the behavior and structure of the system. On the other hand, the analysis method of the white box view has limitations in expressing information of requirements. In this paper, we propose a method for analysis and analysis of requirements with UML diagram using black box view and white box view. Using the proposed method, we can check for discrepancies in requirements and help test engineers understand their requirements as well as express their requirements clearly. Also test engineers to intuitively identify, analyze and validate user requirements.
Constructing Toolchain for the Automatic Generation and Verification of System Model
Seungmin Lee and Young B Park (Dankook University, Korea)
Software is being operated in a combined form in different fields. Multi-operated software is designed with a configuration in cooperation with others to achieve a goal. Design should be presented to be able to handle different events between systems to configure cooperation. For this type of design, it takes long to generate products regarding the action between systems in design phase. Moreover, it takes longer to verify this. To address this issue, studies on requirements specification technique based on Gray-Box and on automation of state diagram generation have been conducted. A toolchain which automates conversion to system model and verification of it using sequence diagram has been proposed in the paper.
Automatic Generation of UML Model-based Image Processing Source Code in Hadoop Platform
Mi-Eun Ko and Young B Park (Dankook University, Korea)
Hadoop Map-Reduce has been attracting attention for large-scale image data parallel processing environment for searching and analyzing large-sized images. Hadoop Map-Reduce is a platform for processing large amounts of data, allowing Map-Reduce operations to be processed in parallel to speed up complex tasks. It takes a lot of development time to integrate Hadoop Map-Reduce with various image analysis technologies, and it is difficult to confirm the results before compiling and building the source code. In order to solve this problem, this paper proposes a method to create a model using a modeling tool for platform independent development and automatically generate source code based on the model.

4-B: CRET 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Kyeong-Ouk Jeong (Hannam University, Korea)
An Observation and Analysis of Elementary School English Classes Based on Universal Design for Learning
Young-Joo Jeon (Mokwon University, Korea); Je-Young Lee (Jeonju University, Korea)
This presentation is to introduce the theory of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and explore the effects and implication of UDL on English classes in Korea. In this study, we will focus on several elementary school English classes. The experiment is designed to observe and analyze English classes in elementary schools in terms of Universal Design for Learning methodology. The classes have ever been broadcasted by the Korean education channel - Education Broadcasting System (EBS). The idea for Universal Design (UD) stems from the building and architectural world. There was a need to make all buildings accessible to all people. This concern for change brought about the idea of UDL. The central role of technology in UDL is to provide varied ways of presenting content information to students in their primary learning style in instruction and in the learning process. UDL allows students more access to information, makes getting baseline assessment easier, and helps all types of learners with multiple ways to learn the same concept. The results of this study can give some ideas how we, English teachers can let all the students access our class with fun and efficiency.
Metacognitive Reading Strategies in L1 and L2 Among Gifted Students in English Language
Jyun Bang (Busan Metropolitan City Institute for Gifted Education and Promotion)
The goal of the study is to investigate gifted students' in English language metacognitive reading strategy in English and Korean. Based on the findings, this study suggests interventions and services which English teachers can plan or develop for teaching English reading for gifted students. The participants were 140 gifted students who are enrolled in a special program for gifted students in English language in A city. In order to compare L1 and L2 metacognitive reading strategies, the Metacognitive Awareness of Reading Strategies Inventory (MARSI) and the Survey of Reading Strategies (SORS) were used. The data were analyzed by using the Statistical Packages for the Social Science (SPSS) 21.0. Descriptive statistics, paired sample t-tests, and stepwise multiple regression were conducted. Students can show higher correlations in global and problem-solving strategies as well as the overall strategies of support strategy. They use L1 global strategy more often than in the L2. Also, they tend to use more support strategies when reading in L2 reading than in their L1 reading. Finally, they may use the problem solving strategy equally in L1 and L2 reading. Pedagogical implications for strategy-based reading instruction and students' effective reading of L2 were suggested.
Learning Space: Assessment of Prescribed Activities of Online Learners
Shireen Panchoo (University of Technology, Mauritius)
If many are still skeptical about the contribution of virtual environments in the learning process, others are still debating on the significant differences between traditional and online education. In other words, information and communication technologies are yet to be viewed as the indispensable pedagogical and learning tool, enabling meta-cognitive development and autonomous learning. Virtual environments as well as learning strategies are implemented in order to guide online learners in achieving their objectives. However, it was found that there is a lack of cognitive interactions. Therefore, this research's aim is to assess the gaps between the desired learning type of interactions and the actual learning activities of the learners. As methodology, a questionnaire was designed to identify synchronous interactions, done both individually and in teams. The participants in the survey are eighteen online learners, enrolled in a completely online master's course in France. With the help of activity theory the existing system is assessed and most of the learners claim that they go through the prescribed learning activities. The type of interactions obtained after compilation of the questionnaire refers to learner-tools, learner-content, tutor-learner as well as learner-learners interactions. Considering the shortcomings, improved processes are proposed which promote quality interactions among actors.
University Students' Perception and Motivation of Using Digital Applications as Effective English Learning Tools
Kyeong-Ouk Jeong (Hannam University, Korea)
The purpose of this study is to explore university students' perspectives and attitudes of using mobile applications for studying English. With the development of ICT, various intelligent mobile applications have been used in English language learning and teaching. Smartphone applications have shown great potentials for effective instructional tools due to their easy accessibility, user-friendly interface, and multi-functional facets. From the data of this study, it was confirmed that students' perceptions of engaging in mobile learning were positive. This study revealed that integration of the mobile application could increase student motivation and make their learning more convenient and enjoyable than the traditional instructional methods. Participants of this study reported that important benefits of using mobile application for their English study were accessibility, portability, flexibility, interactivity, and enhanced English learning performance.

4-C: CIA 2017 / SCA 2017

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Jaehwa Chung (Korea National Open University, Korea, Korea)
Room Temperature Control and Fire Alarm/Suppression IoT Service Using MQTT on AWS
In this paper we build an MQTT(Message Queue Telemetry Transportation) broker on Amazon Web Service(AWS). The MQTT broker has been utilized as a platform to provide the Internet of Things(IoT) services which monitor and control room temperatures, and sense, alarm, and suppress fire. Arduino was used as the IoT end device connecting sensors and actuators to the platform via Wi-Fi channel. We created smart home scenario and designed IoT massages satisfying the scenario requirement. We also implemented the smart some system in hardware and software, and verified the system operation. We show that MQTT and AWS are good technical candidates for small IoT business applications.
Camera Pose Estimation Using Optical Flow and ORB Descriptor in SLAM-Based Mobile AR Game
Junseong Bang (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Dong-Chun Lee, YongJun Kim and HunJoo Lee (ETRI, Korea)
A mobile augmented reality (AR) game application was developed based on simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM). The SLAM-based AR game requires to estimate the pose from the camera input image in real time. Before running the game, point cloud data for a real-world game space is built. While the game is running, the camera pose is estimated by matching the prebuilt point cloud data and camera input image. To minimize errors in the matching, we present a hybrid method using an optical flow and ORB descriptor, where the optical flow accurately tracks the displacement of keypoints in consecutive images, and the ORB is a fast keypoint descriptor under a BSD license. The performance of the hybrid method is compared with a method using only the ORB descriptor matching. In addition, a mobile AR game embedding the hybrid method was tested in both indoor and outdoor environments.
Developing a Prototype of REST-based Database Application for Shipbuilding Industry: A Case Study
Jeong-cheol Jeon (Korea National Open University & HHIC-TMS Co., Ltd., Korea); Jaehwa Chung (Korea National Open University, Korea, Korea)
This paper proposes an extensible application prototype for enterprises using RESTful web service. The prototype utilizes Groovy/Grails which is an open source web application framework on the Java platform. Database applications in traditional enterprises are based on the two-tier with simple client/server or the three-tier with additional RPC middleware. Because the outdated old configuration is not extensible, an alternative requires to link the database to the Web or mobile platform. This type of modification on the legacy system causes large maintenance cost since the modified architecture can affect other part of legacy system. Motivated by these issues, this research proposes a simple and flexible application prototype utilizing open source frameworks and the RESTful web service. The major benefits of the proposed prototype are simply able to extend to the heterogeneous client platforms such as mobile and .NET platform, and maintain by using high-productive web application framework. As a case study, the proposed prototype is applied to the management task of BOMs for the shipbuilding business.

4-D: MediSSec 2017

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Yanghoon Kim (Far East University, Korea)
Design Study of Digital Forensic Readiness Centered on Medical Institutions
Minseo Jeon, Onechul Na, Sae Kyung Chang and Hangbae Chang (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Recently, outbreaks of medical information on medical institutions are frequently occurring. Since there is no provision in the hospital for measures to respond to fundamental medical information leak accidents, it is not responding properly. Therefore, medical institutions need a rapid evidence collection and management system to prevent accidents of medical information leakage and prompt response. Most of the digital evidence is limited, and it requires high commissioning cost and long analysis time. In this paper, we propose a digital forensic readiness model to cope with security incidents at medical institutions based on analysis of various digital forensic preparation related models.
A Study on the Information Leakage Threat of Medical Institutions Through Analysis of Security Incident Data
Jawon Kim, Minseo Jeon, Sae Kyung Chang and Hangbae Chang (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Recently, as medical information leakage has been rapidly increasing in Korea, personal medical information has a high value and special protection measures are needed. In order to strengthen the security of the medical industry, it is important to identify possible threats before medical information is leaked and to prepare countermeasures according to the threat factors. Therefore, this study aims to design an evaluation model for systematically establishing pre - response to medical information leakage. As a preliminary task for the design of the model in detail, identify the clear definition and scope of medical information and analyze the state of security incidents. Finally, we propose an evaluation model by deriving the determinants for establishing evaluation criteria from related research.
A Study on Medical Information Privacy in Unstructured Data of Big Data Age
The previous apporaches with medical information privacy was mainly focused on non-discrimination of the identifiers and semi-identifiers of formal data. However, there are various types of sensitive information in the big data environment, and in the case of specific sensitive information leakage, there is a high possibility of infringing on personal privacy. Recently, the damage of medical institutions and individual patients has become a serious social problem due to accidents in which patient sensitive information of Big Data is leaked. In this study, we classified sensitive information by morphological analysis of unstructured data and compared it with medical code data, and confirmed that there are many personal sensitive information in unstructured data. However, it is concluded that excessive non - discrimination of sensitive information has the opposite effect on data availability, and it is necessary to apply appropriate non-discrimination. These are likely to be the same in other industries and need to be further explored.
OAuth2 Based Authorization Framework for IoT Healthcare Security
IoT devices produce large amounts of unsecured data. As a result, security is perhaps the biggest challenge that is faced by healthcare organizations that want to implement an IoT solution. Whether data is transmitted from smartphones, cars, household appliances, or industrial sensors, any end-to-end IoT solution must meet requirements in data privacy, safety, governance, and trust. Sensor devices that are used in healthcare need to be secured by using authentication, authorization, transport level security (encrypted communication), and federal information processing standards. Therefore, we propose OAuth2 based authorization model for privacy protection by providing patient-centric control mechanism in health data sharing with others such as doctors or others.
Research About Methodology of Implementing Anonymization System for Manipulating of Personal Health Information
Boumsik Kim, Hanjin In and Kwon Ohseung (DIGITALZ Inc., Korea)
Recently, information technology trends link information convergence between offline and online and features that are characteristic of each technology. It is being developed in the direction of convergence technology that enables these new services. As a result, the volume of information is becoming larger and larger, and the amount of digital information accumulated offline and online is increasing exponentially. Personal health information of patients and medical personnel among the systems in which such digital information is accumulated is stored in a designated system in a large amount. As a result, digital information including personal information is leaked to a system in which the information is managed and other external systems, or information is occasionally infringed due to infringement of personal privacy. In this background, it is necessary to study the method of building an anonymization system that identifies the digital personal health information stored and stored in the medical information system including personal health information and enables flexible anonymization processing, and to contribute to the activation of safe and protected personal health information
Mobile Healthcare Integrated Security Service
Jin chul Baek (HEALTHMAX CO., LTD., Korea); Sang ho Lee (CEO, Korea); Young su Kim (Development Team Leader, Korea)
Mobile health care integrated security service configuration and demonstration -Mobile app protection and anti-hacking services Prevents forgery and hacking attempts on healthcare applications that will be installed on smartphones that are the gateway to key data receiving and sending -Mobile Antivirus (Antivirus) Dealing with key data Detecting malicious code on the smartphone as a gateway and detecting / responding to infection to maintain a safe environment -Mobile & server segment encryption Encryption of data communication between smart phone (gateway) and server section to enable safe data transmission and reception -Security service between PHD and gateway Implement security and authentication functions applicable to additional PHD -Monitoring Integrated Security Services Implemented integrated security monitoring system reflecting the reality of medical institutions that do not have many security experts
Considerations for Vulnerability Assessment in the Healthcare
Keunho Park and SungJin Kim (Ajou University, Korea); Taeshik Shon (Ajou University & Ajou University, Korea)
In the healthcare domain, there is frequent exchange of medical information between hospitals for patients care. All of this information is provided by computer system software. If there is a vulnerability in the software, an evaluation of the vulnerability is required. Therefore, in this paper, we discuss Common Vulnerability Scoring System(CVSS) which is widely used security vulnerability assessment method in the general. We introduce summary of CVSS focused on the three metrics, which represents properties of vulnerability, e.g., impact, accessibility, complexity. After that, we point out the problems that should be considered in the healthcare domain. Finally, we discuss two options that take into account the importance of personal information for using CVSS in healthcare domain.

Monday, February 13 19:00 - 20:30

Reception Party & Service Award Ceremony (Emerald Hall / 6th floor)

Casual Standing Party with delicious finger foods and drinks
Chair: Young-Ae Jung (Sun Moon University, Korea)

Tuesday, February 14

Tuesday, February 14 9:00 - 9:30

Registration open (2nd floor)

Tuesday, February 14 9:30 - 10:50

5-A: Human & Media Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Mohamad Yusoff Alias (Multimedia University, Malaysia)
Evaluating the Localization for E-learning Website: Case Study in Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Aslina Baharum (Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia); Rozita Ismail (Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia); Noor Fzlinda Fabeil (Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia); Nur Shahida Ab Fatah (UMS, Malaysia); Siti Hasnah Tanalol (Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia); Nurul Hidayah Mat Zain (Universiti Teknologi MARA & Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia); Rozita Hanapi (& Technology, Malaysia)
Users from different cultures might have different expectations. It is assumed that every person is influenced by his or her culture stated that, perceptions, preferences, communications and social acceptance are subject to culture. A slow interaction between users and user interface is one of the problem occur due to lack of limited standard of web object and users' expectation. In addition, limited standard of web object makes the User Interface Design complex and complicated. A guideline has been proposed for user interface design for e-learning website based localization of web objects. The proposed guideline has been used in this research to redesign an existing e-learning website in Univeristi Malaysia Sabah, namely smart2ums and user interaction with the adapted user interface has been evaluated through simulation tool, namely Camtasia Studio. This research proven that adapted interface design with guideline of localization was more efficient compared with interface design without adapted guideline.
Technology Implementation Success Model Designed for Educational Organizations
Simeon Arnaudov, SA (Seoul National University & TEMEP, Korea); Hyen Young Yoon (Seoul national university, Korea); Jun Seok Hwang (Seoul National University, Korea)
Digital technologies enhance our daily life living, even though they alter the way how we operate, organize, communicate, and how we do project development. Recently academia started to explore an efficient ways of utilizing cloud education technologies among teachers and learners. Although the benefits to practice teaching or learning into cloud environment, there is a differ perception of intention to use clouds between individuals and organizations. This paper, investigate success factors on projects development that aims to implement education on the cloud technologies into organizations. Result from confirmatory factor analysis employing structural question modeling confirm that collaboration and task-technology fit had positive impact on project development, technology implementation in organization and perceived net benefits. Based on the analyzed results collaboration as success factor had strong influence on project development in government supported elementary, middle and high schools in Republic of Bulgaria.

5-B: Convergence Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Jaehwa Chung (Korea National Open University, Korea, Korea)
A Study on the One-To-Many Authentication Scheme for Cryptosystem Based on Quantum Key Distribution
Minyoung Bae and Ju-Sung Kang (Kookmin University, Korea); Yongjin Yeom (Kookmin, Korea)
Modern cryptosystem uses authentication mechanisms for secure communication and authentication mechanism is essential even at cryptosystems based on QKD (Quantum Key Distribution). However, since any practical authentication mechanisms dedicated to quantum cryptosystem are not available yet, we propose an authentication scheme for cryptosystem based on QKD through comparing the authentication mechanisms have been studied in this paper. Our authentication scheme is designed using FIPS compliant algorithms and complies with FIPS requirements. Key materials generated by QKD help the cryptosystem enhance its security. In addition, we select security parameters so that our scheme can be implemented efficiently for one-to-many communication model.
An Effective Intrusion Detection Classifier Using Long Short-Term Memory with Gradient Descent Optimization
Thi-Thu-Huong Le, Jihyun Kim and Ho Won Kim (Pusan National University, Korea)
Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is one of the important issues in network security. IDSs are built to detect both known and unknown malicious attacks. There are several techniques which are applied in IDS such as machine learning so on. In this paper, we propose a new approach to deep learning can apply to this field. Our contribution is to build a new classifier of IDS by finding the most suitable optimizer for LSTM RNN model on Intrusion Detection. By this way, we improve classification performance for IDS. We implement our approach with six optimizers to find the most suitable optimizer. Our results show that the LSTM RNN model with Nadam optimizer outperforms to results previously published results on this field. In other words, we demonstrate our approach is really efficiency to intrusion detection with accuracy is 97.54%, 98.95% detection rate, and the false alarm rate is extremely reasonable with 9.98%.
3D Collision Avoidance Scheme for Low-Cost Micro UAVs
Myungwhan Choi and Areeya Rubenecia (Sogang University, Korea); Hyo Hyun Choi (Inha Technical College, Korea)
This paper involves trajectory planning for a low-cost UAV with limited sensing capability. The UAV must be able to safely reach its destination provided that it can only gather limited information about its environment. We apply the velocity obstacle approach since it is applicable even with our model's limitation. When an obstacle is detected, the only information available is the distance to the obstacle and we estimate the needed information of the obstacle to be able to choose a collision-free trajectory towards the destination. We performed simulation on different obstacle movements and the collision-free trajectory of the UAV is shown in the simulation results.

5-C: SESIS 2017

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Young-Gab Kim (Sejong University, Korea)
Analysis of Security Standardization for the Internet of Things
Intae Hwang and Young-Gab Kim (Sejong University, Korea)
Recently, Internet of Things (IoT)-related studies actively being conducted in various fields. Like conventional network system, IoT can also be a target for security attacks. With these problems for IoT security being magnified, many researchers are studying and developing countermeasures. Although a lot of companies launch products and services, they do not know how to apply countermeasures to products and services without interoperability problems. In IoT environments, integration is a necessary process between heterogeneous products and services from multiple vendors. Therefore, in order to provide an interoperability between diverse products and services, they are able to follow the standard, which is one way of overcoming technical barriers caused by differences among them. However, a study related with the IoT security standard has not been previously reported in the research literature although some international organizations have published the IoT-related standards. In this paper, we analyze international standard organization and their standards for IoT security for business, consumers, and government to support IoT security-related considerations for developing products and services in IoT environments. Furthermore, we indicate the limitations of existing standards for IoT security, and propose improved directions to construct secure IoT environment.
Security Requirements Analysis for the Internet of Things
Se-Ra Oh and Young-Gab Kim (Sejong University, Korea)
Due to the rapid growth of network infrastructure and sensor, the age of the Internet of Things (IoT) that can be implemented into the smart car, smart home, smart building, and smart city is coming. IoT is a very useful ecosystem that provides various services (e.g., Amazon Echo); however, at the same time, risk can be huge too. Collecting information to help people could lead serious information leakage, and if IoT is combined with critical control system (i.e., train control system), security attack would cause loss of lives. Furthermore, there is no overall research about IoT security requirements. Therefore, this paper focuses on IoT security, and its requirements. First, we propose basic security requirements of IoT by analyzing three basic characteristics (i.e., heterogeneity, resource constraint, dynamic environment) Then, we suggest six key elements of IoT (i.e., IoT network, cloud, user, attacker, service, platform) and analyze their security issues for overall security requirements. In addition, we evaluate several security requirement researches in IoT.
Secure IoT Platform for Industrial Control Systems
AAmir Shahzad (Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia); Young-Gab Kim (Sejong University, Korea); Abulasad Elgamoudi (University of Quebec, Canada)
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, are part of industrial control system (ICS), have been playing crucial roles in real-time industrial automation and controls. Through the evolution of 3rd generation, or networks based system, SCADA systems are connected to almost types of networks such as wired, wireless, and cellular and satellite communication, but security is still a big challenge for SCADA system while communicating within. Internet of things (IoT) is a ubiquitous platform, a new advance enhancement, for efficient SCADA system, where billions of network devices, with smart sensing capabilities, are networked over the Internet access. Deployment of smart IoT platform, SCADA system will significantly increase system efficiency, scalability, and reduce cost. Security is still a major issue for both-, as they were initially designed without any priority and requirements of security. This study modeled IoT-SCADA system and deployed a security mechanism, employing of cryptography based algorithm, which provided a secure transmission channel while each time communication occurred, between the field devices in the SCADA system. Proposed security implementation, and computed measurements analyzed as potential security building block against authentication and confidentiality attacks.

5-D: Computing Platform

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Young B. Park (Dankook University, Korea)
Improving Fair Scheduling Performance on Hadoop
Ya-Wen Cheng and Shou-Chih Lo (National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan)
Cloud computing is a potential technique to deal with big data. Apache Hadoop which provides the MapReduce parallel processing framework becomes a popular system for distributed storage and distributed processing of large data sets on computer clusters. The performance of Hadoop in parallel data processing is relied on the efficiency of a MapReduce scheduling algorithm underlying. In this paper, we improve the performance of the well-known fair scheduling algorithm adopted in Hadoop by introducing several mechanisms. The modified scheduling algorithm can properly adapt to the runtime environment's condition with the objective of job fairness and short response time. Performance evaluations verify the superiority of the proposed algorithm over the original fair sharing algorithm.
Efficient Path Planning Methods for UAVs Inspecting Power Lines
Ka-Lok Man (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, P.R. China)
Power line inspection is one of the most difficult and time consuming steps in power line maintenance. Even for a sizeable group of workers it takes months to inspect all of them, especially when they are not visible from the road and must be inspected on foot or with an aerial vehicle. That problem is even more prominent when the inspection must be done as fast as possible when the power cuts out in certain regions after natural disaster. To save time and reduce expenditure Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) could be used to film the power lines and automatically find problems (e.g. a broken cable or a tree branch too close to the line). Our research focuses on planning the route for the survey.
A Formal Model for Robust Spatial-Aware Service Management in IoT-enriched Smart Home
Chun-Feng Liao (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
We can perceive the advent of Smart Home attributed to the rapid emerging of embedded and tiny intelligent devices and sensors. However, most of current Smart Home systems are still being developed based on the so-called "the system is the application" philosophy, causing the developers to take care of all technical details from ground up. There is relatively little research focuses on the theoretical aspects so that the independent research achievements or results are not interoperable. The concept of the "Ambient", which refers to a bounded place with computing capability, is one of the most important issues when implementing a system in Smart Home. The results of a service composition are not optimized if the concept of Ambient is not taken into account. This paper aims to investigate the spatial issues systematically from theoretical aspects. We propose several new spatial abstractions and a spatial-aware service management scheme on top of a UPnP-based robust service management protocol. Formal validation is also performed to verify the robustness of the proposed approach.

Tuesday, February 14 10:50 - 11:10

Coffee Break

Tuesday, February 14 11:10 - 12:30

6-A: CIA 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Sanghyun Seo (SungKyul University, Korea)
How to Wake Up Cable TV Set-Top Boxes to Send Emergency Broadcast
Sungwon Byon (Electronics and Telecommunication Research Insititute, Korea); Eui-Suk Jung and Eunjung Kwon (ETRI, Korea); Yong-Tae Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Hyun-Woo Lee (ETRI(Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institude), Korea)
Cable TV Set-top box is one of major home electronics which can receive public broadcast signals in an emergency situation. The set-top boxes stay in standby mode while not being used. In the standby mode, the set-top boxes cannot receive information broadcasted for emergency. To receive the emergency information, the set-top boxes in the standby mode should be transited to operation mode. To transfer the set-top boxes from standby mode to operation mode, it should be possible to wake up the set-top boxes from remote site. In this paper, it is proposed how to wake up the set-top boxes in a cable TV network environment.
Context-Aware Platform for Disaster Training and Response
Hyunho Park and Eui-Suk Jung (ETRI, Korea); Hyun-Woo Lee (ETRI(Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institude), Korea); Yong-Tae Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea)
This paper proposes context-aware platform that can provide services for disaster training and response. The platform can analyze context of the platform users on configuration data set by the users and measured data from cameras and sensors. The platform provides appropriate instructions for the users to perform disaster training and response. The instructions can be displayed via displays of digital signage and augmented reality technologies. The context-aware platform enables the user to learn methods of disaster response and to respond quickly to disasters. The platform has efficiency to reduce the number of victims in disasters. The platform will be an important platform for reducing magnitude of damages in disasters.
Location Based Disaster Information Distribution Platform for South Korea
Hyunho Park, Sang-Gu Jeong and Eui-Suk Jung (ETRI, Korea); Hyun-Woo Lee (ETRI(Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institude), Korea); Yong-Tae Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea)
This paper proposes location based disaster information distribution (LDID) platform for South Korea by referring to L-Alert platform. The L-Alert platform is a platform for gathering disaster information (e.g., damage type and size) from local and government organizations (e.g., national weather service and fire department) and distributing disaster information for people. Centric servers with L-Alert platform can collect disaster information with standardized formats and can change disaster information's format to a format that corresponds to transmission media (e.g., television, radio, Internet, and cellphone) for distributing the disaster information. The L-Alert platform is a good platform for distributing disaster information accurately and quickly. South Korea has developed mobile systems for broadcasts and communications. LDID platform in this paper provides people with disaster information corresponding location of the devices for mobile broadcasts and broadcast devices. Therefore, the platform of this paper enables the people to perform appropriate responses corresponding to their locations.

6-B: Convergence Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Mohamad Yusoff Alias (Multimedia University, Malaysia)
Predicting Persuasive Message for Changing Student's Attitude Using Data Mining
Yaowaluck Promdee (Computer Science Khon Kaen University, Thailand); Sumonta Kasemvilas, Napat Phangsuk and Rojana Yodthasarn (Khon Kaen University, Thailand)
This paper aims to predict the factors and build prediction models for the persuasive message changing student's attitude by applying classification techniques. We used a questionnaire to collect data such as gender, age and their satisfaction with persuasive messages, obtained from students at Khon Kaen University. The classification rule generation process is based on the decision tree as a classification method where the generated rules are studied and evaluated. We compared the results obtained from three algorithms. The results shown that the average classification correct rate for the ID3 was higher than the CART and the C4.5 algorithms. The best efficiency is 98.04%, 97.27%, and 96.73%, respectively.
Study on Security Risk and Its Countermeasures of O2O Service
Ji-hun Kim (Korea University & KITRIBOB, Korea); Woo-seok Cho (Sejong University && KITRIBOB, Korea); Jong-myeong Lee and Jin-o Park (KITRIBOB, Korea); Lee Jaehee (Korea University Center for Information Security Technologies, Korea)
Advance in ICT and convergence technology, latest trend of e-commercial is O2O. Scale of O2O market is growing and famous platform firms start to invest this industry. However, O2O service's security requirements for safe O2O service has not been researched yet. In O2O Service, Data flows from Online to Offline or from Offline to Online, So, Traditional Online Security countermeasures is not appropriate. For best understand of O2O security threat, prerequisite requirement is figure out what is Traditional IT and Commercial security. In this paper, we research about O2Os' new security risks with scenarios and the way of its countermeasures.
AutoRec: A Recommender System Based on Social Media Stream
Maria Rosario Rodavia (Arellano University & AMA Online University - Graduate School, Philippines); Melvin Ballera (Technological Institute of the Philippines, Philippines); Shaneth Ambat (FEU Institute of Technology, Philippines); Gina Clemente (Arellano University, Philippines)
In this study, we employed Collaborative Filtering and Sentiment Analysis. This is to automatically produce a recommendations to consumers. The researcher will be using Social media stream as a test-bed which was currently being utilized by researchers around the globe to produced information which are useful in different fields. For test-bed TwitterAPI will be employed to gather real time tweets and to be stored in a database for analysis. The researchers will proposed a framework to automatically produced a real time recommendation. The primary objective of the study is to test the effectiveness of the framework proposed, through the use of DeLone and McClean IS Success Model standard for evaluation of software quality. This study will also contribute to the growing research projects on recommender system and data mining.
ATHENA: Distributed IoT Systems Providing Salient Features for Safety of Firefighters in Infra-less Fire Environments
Hyesun Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea); MyungNam Bae (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Dong-Beom Shin and Sangyeon Lee (ETRI, Korea); Seung Il Myong (ETRI, Japan); Sang Gi Hong (Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute, Korea); Hoesung Yang, Jinchul Choi, Kyo-Hoon Son and Kang Bok Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); HyoChan Bang (ETRI, Korea)
Firefighters are typically exposed to dangerous environments where a sense of vision, auditory, and direction is blocked by smoke, dusts, or flame. Some environments are even "infra-less"; power and communication infra is destroyed. Any commands and signals from outside are unavailable, so recognizing directions and making decisions are usually difficult. To protect and save lives of firefighters, we propose a system, ATHENA that provides salient features including tracking and navigation, emergency monitoring and notification, and information sharing among co-workers. ATHENA is a result of an on-going project supported by Korea Government. This paper provides an overview and demonstration of ATHENA.

6-C: SCA 2017

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Jeongheon Kim (KISTI, Korea)
CAMOR: Congestion Aware Multipath Optimal Routing Solution by Using Software-Defined Networking
Syed Asif Raza Shah (Korea University of Science and Technology (UST) & Korean Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Korea); Woojin Seok (Korea Institute of Science and Technology information, Korea); Jin Kim (KISTI, Korea); Sangwook Bae (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea); Seo-Young Noh (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information & University of Science and Technology, Korea)
The standard routing protocols are used to find an optimal path between two given endpoints. Nowadays, the solution of multipath routing becomes fundamental requirement to improve the overall throughput of networks. On the other hand, due to the dynamic and high volume of traffic, it is also more challenging to control the congestion in an efficient way within the networks. Recently, Software-Defined Networking (SDN) becomes more and more popular to achieve the future network goals. In this paper, we proposed a Congestion Aware Multipath Optimal Routing (CAMOR) solution by using SDN and manage the routing intelligence centrally. We proposed a technique that combines the multipath and congestion aware mechanisms for an optimal route selection by considering the congestion in all available paths. The load of each link participating in routing paths is considered as congestion parameter. For better utilization of bandwidth and resources, we proposed per-flow based differentiation method and evenly distribute the traffic on equal cost multiple paths. The experimental results show that our solution can evenly distribute the traffic on several optimal paths instead of routing traffic on a single best/shortest path. It also can improve the overall network performance by avoiding the congestion.
Deployment of the Physical Analysis Farm with Workflow Management Application in Data Center
Nowadays, the large scale data and big data are big issues in information technology. High energy physics experiments also require analysis facilities for analyzing large scale data from large equiment exeriments. So that in large experiment such as LHC has been using linux clusters and grid systems for such analysis. However, there is a quota limitation on the usage of the grid system for the distribution of resources, therefore a cluster farm without such restriction is needed for domestic researchers. Nevertheless, the analysis macro used in the two systems were different from each other, which made it difficult to use cluster farm. We have built a physical analysis farm that enhances user convenience by using a workflow management application for HTCondor, called DAGMan, and confirmed that the number of complicated job processes in the farm has increased compared to the previous farm.
Data Center Infrastructure Management System for Efficient Utilization of Computing Resources
A data center is a physical or virtual central repository for storing, managing, and disseminating data and information related to a particular business, as well as providing computing resources for analyzing stored data. As science and technology of modern society develops, the size of experiment increases, and as the size and amount of data generated through experiments increase exponentially, the computing resources for analyzing this increase are also increasing. As the size of the analytical data increases, the effort and research for efficiently managing the computing resources have been continuously carried out. We also increase the number of experiments we support and the computing resources we need to manage as we grow. Therefore, this paper describes and proposes programs and structures for managing and monitoring increasing computing resources each year.

6-D: Computing Platform / MediSSec 2017

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Murali Subramaniyam (SENIOR RESEARCH SCIENTIST & KRISS & ETRI, Korea)
A Study on Music Management System Using Music Representation Model
Ahyoung Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Jun Woo Lee (ETRI, Korea); Mucheol Kim (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
In this paper, we propose a music management framework to manage the distribution of large volume music contents at home and abroad. In this paper, we define the sound source contents as an expression model that can be distributed internationally, and distribute the sound sources, analyze all the transaction information and related tasks of the distributed sound sources, process them into various types of data. By defining standardized music expression model specific to music contents and managing music by using big data technology using proposed model, it is possible to automate all transaction information and related tasks online in the music market to provide statistical, analysis, and visualization information and proposed a music management framework to provide the sound source.
A Design of Continuous Learning System Based on Knowledge Augmentation
Hyunjoong Kang (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); SoonHyun Kwon (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute Daejeon Korea, Korea); Eunjoo Kim, Hyunjae Kim, Ho Sung Lee and Kwihoon Kim (ETRI, Korea); Nae-Soo Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea)
To create an algorithm with Machine Learning, users should understand all the knowledge such as learning rate, activation, dimension reduction, hyper parameter, neural network, etc. Therefore, in order to construct the machine learning procedure, expert knowledge is required. So, it is difficult for general users to use it. Also, experts are also hard to regenerate well-defined model if it is described only in the paper. In this paper, we propose a knowledge based Continuous Learning System(CLS) which persistently collect and infer new knowledge from information for the existing learning setup and results instantiated based on a hierarchically designed ontology model.
Emergency Care Summary Record for Patients with Prior Myocardial Infarction Using Computer-Aided Selection of Medical Images
Hye Ryun Kim (Ewha Womans University, Korea); Mi-Sun Kang (Ewha Woman's University, Korea); Myeong-Hee Kim (Ewha University, Korea)
Mortality rate and recurrent rate of Acute Myocardial Infarction is still high even though the procedure is performed in golden hours. A review of past medical history is an important element when the clinician determines appropriate treatment for the patient. However, this information cannot be delivered promptly and effectively once an unknown patient is coming into the new hospital. In this paper, we present the medical image based emergency record which is composed of essential data required from clinician at urgent moment for AMI patients according to 3 cardiologist's interviews. Then image labeling methodology is proposed to automatically select precise medical image among a bunch of medical images for generating emergency record. This method produces accurate labeling in CAG image rather than angiographic angles.

Tuesday, February 14 12:30 - 14:00

Lunch (Grand Ballroom C / 2nd floor)

Tuesday, February 14 14:00 - 15:10

Keynote Speech 2 (Grand Ballroom A / 2nd floor)Details

Humanities in Software Engineering Part II: Open source movement and Taoism
Mr. Guenjun Yoo / Lead Solutions Engineer for Asia Pacific, PERFORCE Software
Chair: Jongsung Kim (Kookmin University, Korea)

No one would argue with the similarity of Software development industry and human society. Thus, studying of Software Engineering is to reach humanities and philosophy. Nowadays, we are talking about fourth industrial revolution, 4IR. In our history, all industrial revolutions were embodied philosophy or vise versa; philosophical theories explain the consequence of those industrial revolutions. In 21 century's software industry, we cannot survive without open source software such as GNU/Linux, Android, OpenSSL and etc.

Experimentally, software is getting be complexed; more number of source codes, more number developers and more various sort of files are involved. In software Engineering, solving those complexities are a big issue. Many methodologies and tools are introducing with very fancy marketing words; Agile, Scrum, Sprint, SAFe, CD and Devops. We lost the next step if we add the open source software top of those things.

This talking can be an interpreting of the open source software by a philosophy; Taoism. In Asia, we have many different kinds of philosophies, among those philosophies, Confucianism and Taoism are still read by many. It is very interested in to see the similarity between those philosophies and modern software engineering movement. And I hope it can be an idea of how to manage software in such complex world.

Tuesday, February 14 15:10 - 15:30

Coffee Break

Tuesday, February 14 15:30 - 16:50

7-A: CIA 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Sanghyun Seo (SungKyul University, Korea)
A Study of Eye Image Extraction-based Automatic Character Creation E-Book Tool Application
Yangmi Lim (School of Digital Media, Duksung Women's University, Korea); Sanghun Nam (Seoul Media Institute of Technology, Korea)
A human can read the other party's emotion through his/her face, and an eye is the most important factor to deliver emotion. By extracting eyes from a person in a picture, and applying them to a character, the character having eyes suitable for a video direction situation can be created, and emotion can be effectively delivered. This study suggested a system that can create fairy tale's characters having eyes similar to the image of a picture by extracting the eyes from a picture inputted by a user, and move the characters, record voices, and produce a fairy tale. The client that can produce an e-book using a smart device and the complex functions extracting eyes from a picture and creating characters are carried out by a server. The suggested system can be applied to useful and diverse learning contents for children.
Virtual Stimulus Cognitive Model for Autonomous Experience Learning
Gilsang Yoo (Korea University, Korea); Sungdae Hong (SeoKyeong University, Korea); Hyeoncheol Kim (Korea University, Korea)
Recently, a study using virtual reality in order to provide an effective self-directed training experience has been actively pursued. Especially, in case of dangerous safety education, it is difficult to conduct practical training, so education using virtual reality technology is emerging as an alternative. This paper presents to virtual reality simulator model, and in particular, in reality, experience person to be able to experience the virtual reality through the visual and tactile experience customer electrical accidents variety might actually occur. It is what electrical safety accident prevention education that allows the immersive sense of reality and substantial, to enhance the teaching effectiveness while also ensuring the safety of, about the virtual reality simulator system.
UAV Planning to Optimize Efficiency of Image Stitching in Disaster Monitoring Using Smart-Eye Platform
Jihyeon Yim (UST-ETRI, Korea); Junseong Bang and Seonghyun Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Sanggu Jeong (UST, Korea); Yong-Tae Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea)
A Smart-Eye platform is a technology that detects disasters (e.g., forest fire, flood) and responds them quickly. In the Smart-Eye, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is used to monitor the disasters in real time, where the UAV is equipped with a camera and multiple sensors, since it can go into hazards (i.e., unsafe areas to humans) cost-effectively. However, since the UAV has flight time of 10~25 minutes in general, it requires to optimize its parameters for image stitching. In this paper, UAV planning is studied to increases the efficiency of image stitching, in terms of an altitude, a camera angle of view, and a velocity.

7-B: Convergence Platform

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Young-Gab Kim (Sejong University, Korea)
Customer Churn Prediction in the Online New Media Platform: a Case Study on Juzi Entertainment
Sha Yuan (Hubei University of Economics, P.R. China); Shuotian Bai (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China); Mengmeng Song and Zhenyu Zhou (Beijing Juzi Technology Limited, P.R. China)
Customer churn refers to the registered users who are gradually leaving away because of loss of interests. For online service providers, customer churn analysis can be used to make business decision and optimize their products. Juzi Entertainment is one of the most popular Professional Generated Content (PGC) platform, which is loved by most young adults in China. In this paper, we try to predict the churner of Juzi Entertainment. We collect 100 thousand user samples from Juzi Entertainment and build the churn prediction model. Over 80% churners can be recognized by our model. Results show that column gif and beauty of Juzi Entertainment are relatively more popular than other columns, while articles of life are not welcomed by users.
A Compressive Sensing-based Data Processing Method for Heterogeneous IoT Environments
Hyungkeuk Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Nam Kyung Lee (ETRI, Korea)
- Compressive Sensing (CS) is a stable and robust technique that allows for the sub-sampling of data at a given data rate: 'compressive sampling' or 'compressive sensing' at rates smaller than the Nyquist sampling rate. It makes it possible to create standalone and net-centric applications with fewer resources required in Internet of Things (IoT). In this paper, we investigate how CS can provide new insights into coexisting heterogeneous IoT environments. First, we briefly introduce the CS theory with respect to the sampling through providing a compressive sampling process with low computation costs. Then, a CS-based framework is proposed for IoT, in which the hub nodes measure, transmit, and store the sampled data into the fusion center. Then, an efficient cluster-sparse reconstruction algorithm is proposed for in-network compression aiming at more accurate data reconstruction and lower energy efficiency. Therefore, compression should be performed locally at each hub node and reconstruction is executed jointly to consider dependencies in the acquired data by the final fusion center.
A Situation-based Dialogue Classification Model for Emergency Calls
Keonsoo Lee (Soonchunhyang University, Korea); Jae Kwan Kim, Myon Woong Park and Laehyun Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea); Kuei-Fang Hsiao (Ming Chuan University, Taiwan)
In order to serve emergency calls, figuring out the types of emergency is one of the most important tasks. The reaction for the call is dependent on the type of the emergency. However, serving emergency calls is based on not only the evaluation but the interaction. The emergency type should be decided with insufficient information and the decided type leads to the next information. In this paper, we propose a model of dialogue classification to determine the objective of the dialogue while the conversation is on its way. Situation of the conversation is used for decision making. Until the call is over, the situation supports the objective of the call and the decided objective leads next action for acquiring more specific situation recursively.
Wake-up Stroke Prediction Through IoT and Its Possibilities
Murali Subramaniyam (SENIOR RESEARCH SCIENTIST & KRISS & ETRI, Korea); Seung Hee Hong (KRISS & ETRI, Korea); Da mee Kim (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) & Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea); Se Jin Park (Principle Reseacher, Korea); Jaehak Yu (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea)
Stroke onset during night-time sleep referred as wake-up stroke, where a patient awakens with stroke symptoms that were not present before falling asleep. The symptoms of wake-up stroke are not clearly known; it is only noticed upon waking. Without knowledge of the stroke onset time, this large group of patients is excluded from treatment with tissue-plasminogen (tPA) activator. This research studies one of the objectives is to predict stroke while at sleep, i.e., wake-up stroke prediction using Internet of Things (IoT). Stroke prediction through intelligence technology and prediction algorithms which controlled by hyper-connected self-machine learning engine. The idea achieved through building a knowledge base including physiological data, motion data, bio signal, risk factors and electronic health record. The physiological, biosignal, and motion data will be measured through wearables and embedded sensors available. This paper focused on briefly explaining the conceptual idea and related information of the elderly stroke prediction while sleeping using IoT.

7-C: SCA 2017

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Ilyeon Yeo (KISTI, Korea)
Design of an Efficient Scientific Research Farm Management System
Duseok Jin (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea); Ilyeon Yeo (KISTI, Korea); Jeongheon Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea)
Many modern scientific discoveries would not be possible without the aid of computers and specialized experimental instruments. A computing farm used as an experimental data-based research platform can accelerate scientific research with integrated computing infra-structure and data management tools. This paradigm shift is driving the demand for computing farms commonly used in scientific experiments such as physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine. Computing farm services are becoming more complex and larger as a complementary effort to meet the increasing demands of these diverse research areas, but maintaining sophisticated infra-structures and services with limited staff and budget squeeze is a major pain point for data centers that provide computing farm. Therefore, we propose architecture for intelligent management and automation system that not only allows scientists to easily manage, share and analyze large data sets, but also reduces the complexity of the system and the burden on the computing system administrator.
Workload Analysis of GSDC Cluster Using PBS Batch System
Ilyeon Yeo (KISTI, Korea); Sang Un Ahn (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea); Heejun Yoon (KISTI, Korea)
GSDC (Global Science experimental Data hub Center) has limited computing resources, and GSDC is supporting several kinds of scientific experiments, such as ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment), Belle II, Genome and so on. We have to share computing resources with community users for data analysis. Therefore, there is an issue of how to allocate resources effectively. Currently GSDC allocates resources based on MoU. For this reason, other experiment resources may not be used even if the resources for the experiment are fully utilized and new tasks must wait for a long time in the queue. In this paper, I analyzed workload of GSDC cluster that are using PBS (Portable Batch System) batch system.
Study of IPv6 Security Issues in Large Scale Data Center
Sangwook Bae (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea); Heejun Yoon and Byungyun Kong (KISTI, Korea)
With the ongoing depletion of IPv4 addresses, large-scale data center are experiencing difficulties to acquire the necessary IPv4 addresses. Therefore, several large-scale data center are actively applying the IPv6(Internet Protocol version 6). IPv6 has an unlimited number of address spaces, and there is an important feature, in that the server can generate and configure its own IPv6 address. This feature is called Stateless Address Auto Configuration(SLAAC). However, this feature has drawbacks related to security in the large-scale data center system. Because a malicious server can make paralyzed or confused to the large-scale data center systems. In this paper, we will discuss what IPv6 security issues in large-scale data center.

7-D: Interdisciplinary Session 1

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Sang-Soo Yeo (Mokwon University, Korea)
Design and Deployment of Experiential Education in Korean Higher Education System
Sang-Soo Yeo (Mokwon University, Korea)
The significance of higher education in Korea can be found at big and small studies over the past two decades. Indeed, Korean higher education has entered into the universal stage, after passing through the elite stage and mass stage, according to Martin Trow's distinguishes. Nonetheless, a number of university professors are still using teaching methods proper to the elite stage, while a number of professors emphasize the importance of major education focused on employment. This paper introduces the design of experiential education method for Korean higher education system. This paper shows how the designed experience-based education has been applied experimentally to liberal arts curricula, major curricula, and extra-curricula programs, and then it discusses findings on those experimental applications.
A Dynamic Integration Scheme Among Heterogeneous Middlewares for Dynamic Control of Cyber Physical System
Sang Oh Park (KISTI, Korea)
Our dynamic integration scheme among heterogeneous middlewares will be a fundamental technique for integrating systems in CPS applications such as automobiles, medical devices, etc. Our dynamic control and fault tolerance scheme can be applied to automatic control systems such as intelligent buildings and smart homes in order to improve their reliability.
Triangle Cryptanalysis
Jongsung Kim (Kookmin University, Korea)
In this paper, we introduce a new devastating cryptanalytic tool named "Triangle Cryptanalysis" which can be used to evaluate the security of block ciphers, hash functions, stream ciphers and MAC algorithms. By observing the changes for three plaintexts through rounds this attack retrieves the master key. This new attack is an extended differential attack who observes the changes for two plaintexts through rounds. First this paper shows how to use the changes for three plaintexts through rounds, and second retrieve various master keys of several primitives. We confirm the validness of our attack with experiments: various keys have been found within 10 seconds on PC. We expect that our triangle cryptanalysis will be effectively used as a general tool to analyze the security of various primitives.

Tuesday, February 14 16:50 - 17:10

Coffee Break

Tuesday, February 14 17:10 - 18:30

8-A: CIA 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: HangBae Chang (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Interactive Evolutionary Computation of Color Palette Design Enhanced by Impression Words
Dwilya Makiwan, Kaori Yoshida and Mario Köppen (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Color is a powerful tool to describe and interpret information from an image. Colors can be stored in an array called color palette. In the world of product design, palettes are mostly used to inspire creativeness and Interactive Genetic Algorithm has been widely increased to develop wide creativity solutions and generate new ideas for colors. In this paper, we simulate IGA using simulated binary crossover (SBX) to create color palettes based on user satisfaction as fitness value. When it comes to the choice of colors, the users do not normally have a clear idea about it. What users can do is use the color palette that is available as the standard palette and produce a color combination of their own choice. Thereafter, from the creation of a new palette, impression words also be shown to the user appeared to represent matching ideas or feelings from the user about the new palette. The aim of this research is to achieve user satisfaction of color palette and try to assist in the selection process.
Enhanced Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) Approach Using Diagonal Feature Extraction and Euler Number as Classifier with Modified One-Pixel Width Character Segmentation Algorithm
In this technological age, handwriting communication is still an essential aspect in the lives of people and relating to each other. This study was created to identify the most suitable set of algorithms that can be used and determine how effective it would be in recognizing cursive handwritten texts. The proponents created a system that accepts a handwritten text image as input, undergoes processing stages and outputs a text based on the features extracted per character using the Diagonal Feature Extraction, and classification using Euler Number with the use of the Modified One-Pixel Width Character Segmentation Algorithm. A total of 100 handwritten text images are used in evaluating the system. The system achieved a character recognition rate of 88.7838% and word recognition rate of 50.4348%.
Evalution of Hair and Scalp Condition Based on Microscopy Image Analysis
Hyungjoon Kim (Korea University, Korea); Woogeol Kim (KoreaUniversity, Korea); Jehyeok Rew and Jisoo Park (Korea University, Korea); Seungmin Rho (Sejong University, Korea); Eenjun Hwang (Korea University, Korea)
Due to the rapid deployment of IT technology, health care service has entered a new era. Some services such as cardiac monitoring are critical for life and have contributed to saving lives. On the other hand, monitoring hair loss is another interesting health care service. Even though it is not critical for life, people tend to pay much attention to their hair condition. Hair loss is one of the major issues related to the hair condition since excessive and uncared hair loss might lead to bald head. Hair care can be done professionally at the hair care shop but it requires much time and cost. Recently, due to inexpensive smart devices, self-diagnosis on the hair condition has become possible. Still, few applications have been developed to evaluate hair condition. In this paper, we propose a new scheme to evaluate the condition of hair and scalp by extracting diverse features from their microscopy image. The features include hair thickness, hair density and scalp blotch. We show the effectiveness of our scheme by extensive experiments on the prototype system.

8-B: Networking Platform / FSP 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Changhoon Lee (Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea)
Using Azure Machine Learning for Estimating Indoor Locations
Shin Hayakawa and Hitoshi Hayashi (Sophia University, Japan)
Indoor systems cannot obtain a precise estimate of the location, due to unstable signals. In this paper, we use realistic wireless data from the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM) dataset and Azure Machine Learning Studio to perform Bagging (also called bootstrap aggregating). By using the machine leaning technique in the Azure Machine Learning Studio, we can obtain more than 69 percent precision in identifying the correct area among 247 areas with only 505 training data. This result is equivalent to the second place entry in the IEEE ICDM Data Mining Contest. We show that this can achieve a highly accurate location estimation.
Privacy Preserving Watchdog System in Android Systems
Minho Shin and Jinsung Kim (Myongji University, Korea)
Recently, rise of smartphone use for daily activities is phenomenal and the security of mobile platforms is receiving great attention by the security community. Unlike server or workstations, the mobile system deals with personal information including locations, emails, social activities, and even photos. Therefore, privacy concern is the most important matter to every user. Many adversarial attempts install malicious Apps in the victim's smartphone and steal sensitive information. This work focuses on detecting such stealthy access to the information in the smartphone. In particular, we monitor Apps' activities in a level of system call. We also built a privacy policy engine and policy enforcement mechanism. We propose a novel approach that allows fine-grained privacy level control by modifying the parameters and return values of a system call on-line. We demonstrate the feasibility of the watchdog service in two privacy-sensitive scenarios: location-sharing and photo-sharing
A Study on Secure and Improved Keyless-based Digital Signature
Gyeong-Jin Ra (University of SoonChunHyang, Korea); Im-Yeong Lee (University of Soonchunhyang, Korea)
The recent advances in quantum computer technology and the Shor algorithm have increased the importance of data integrity verification and digital signatures on the stability of existing public key cryptography. Keyless digital signatures are capable of high-speed data integrity verification by using only a hash operation, and not a conventional public key method; they are also robust against quantum computers as they use OTS (One Time Signature). However, a keyless digital signature has to generate a very long one-time signing key for OTS, and an equally long digital signature. In this study, we propose a keyless digital signature model with efficient key generation and storage space through hash chains.
A Study on Detecting Personal Identifiable Information in Large Files
Hyonam Jeong and Youngsik Na (Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning (KISTEP), Korea); JaeHyuk Cho (Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning, Korea)
The Internet started life as a network for the convenient sharing of data and the Internet has long been used by public and private institutions as a means of sharing information due to its effective and convenient nature of information sharing. Recently, various methods to detect personal information leakage in the stage of information sharing are being discussed in order to prevent the leakage of personal information. In this study, we will discuss the basic characteristics of the Korean resident registration number system and propose a method to effectively detect the leakage of the resident registration number before transferring large files. The results of this study are expected to be utilized as an effective detection method transmitting large files through the Internet.

8-C: SCA 2017

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Sangwook Bae (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea)
Data Center Network Characteristic Analysis Through a GSDC Case Study
Jin Kim and Ilyeon Yeo (KISTI, Korea); Kujin Cho (Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information, Korea)
With the birth of "big data" concept, there are lots of effort to use the data efficiently. The first condition to use those data is gathering of small data in one spot. We call the data spot (or data pool) as data center. Also in the data center, there are a million and one computing facilities in a data center. Those computing devices connected each other through network. In the field of network management, it is interesting question how network traffic is flowed in data center network. In the research, we try to understand data center network traffic flow through GSDC data center case study. For that, we have gathered in/out bound traffic in whole network devices. The GSDC serves computing service and data storage service for various users.
A Research on Traceability in Pilot-based Workload Management Environment for the Grid
Sang Un Ahn (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea); Ilyeon Yeo (KISTI, Korea); Sangwook Bae (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea)
Pilot-based workload management system (WMS) is designed to ensure in advance that the Grid computing resources are suitable to run the payload submitted by users (Grid jobs). Also it is designed to run a series of user jobs in a local resource management system (LRMS) queue. However traditional LRMS is not capable to trace the series of user jobs pulled by the pilot. Therefore the accounting information in the LRMS is inconsistent with VO monitored information, the actual consumed resources by user jobs. In this paper, the traceability for Grid job in LRMS with pilot-based WMS is reviewed and a tag-based logging feature is proposed to address the problem.
Cost-benefit Analysis of Open High Performance Computing Platform: Case of KISTI's 4th Supercomputer
Myoung-Ju Koh (KISTI, Korea); Kujin Cho (Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information, Korea); Jin Kim (KISTI, Korea)
Developed countries consider High Performance Computing (HPC) as one of key instruments to boost scientific and industrial competitiveness in the state level. To strengthen HPC technology capability, each country drives various investments and supports such as related R&D, HPC platform services, and professional manpower training. Korea also enacted "National HPC Promotion Act" in 2011. KISTI has endeavored to secure HPC resources and encouraged its utilization as an only provider open HPC platform service since the introduction of first supercomputer in 1988. KISTI's supercomputer is only public HPC resources in Korea therefore its effective uses and efficient resource allocation can have positive impact on national competitiveness. In this context, this study tries to analyze economic benefits of 4th supercomputer empirically based B/C analysis and then explore strategic significance of open HPC platform.

8-D: Interdisciplinary Session 2

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Sang-Soo Yeo (Mokwon University, Korea)
AMI Security Issues in Microgrid Environment
Sang-Soo Yeo (Mokwon University, Korea)
Up until now, the Advanced Metering Infrastructure has only assumed the power customer to purchase and consume electricity. After renewable energy technologies continue to be developed, and finally general consumers will be able to produce and sell energy to the utilities. The current intelligent power grid is called as Smartgrid, but the intelligent electric grid in the era when the consumer produces and sells the electricity will be called as Microgrid. AMI in Microgrid environment may have more vulnerabilities than in the current Smart Grid environment, and security analyses and countermeasures for that circumstance should be conducted thoroughly. This paper introduces and investigates AMI security issues in Microgrid environments.
Recent Trends of Machine Learning for Music Information Retrieval and Recommendation
Seungmin Rho (Sejong University, Korea)
With recent progress in the field of music information retrieval and recommendation, we face a new era that computers can analyze and understand music automatically to some semantic level. However, due to the diversity and richness of music contents, this goal requires multidisciplinary efforts, ranging from computer science, digital signal processing, mathematics and statistics, to musicology. Most traditional content-based music retrieval (CBMR) techniques have focused on low-level features such as energy, zero crossing rate, audio spectrum, and etc. However, these features failed to provide semantic information of music contents and this is a serious limitation in retrieving and recommending appropriate music. To overcome these limitations, more semantic information such as mood and emotion must be recognized from low-level features such as beat, pitch, rhythm and tempo. Due to the abovementioned limitations of low-level feature-based approaches, some researchers have tried to bridge the semantic difference (known as the semantic gap) between the low-level features and high-level concepts using various machine learning technologies. Therefore, this survey paper describes for machine learning techniques with applications to music retrieval and recommendation and some practical issues, such as robustness to noise and scalability.
Noise Removal Using Split Bregman by Local-Oriented Laplacian of Color Image Tensor Structure
Jeongheon Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea)
Total Variation (TV) using the split-Bregman method is one of the most effective noise reduction approaches. The edge of the image collapses during TV minimization due to lack of edge orientation. We take a quick convergence of the partitioned Bregman method and present a noise reduction method while maintaining clear boundaries. In repetition, Laplacian is replaced by a localized Laplacian with a tensor structure to resolve edge collapse. Secondary variables and updates are affected by locally oriented Laplacian. Experimental results show an average 4% improvement in peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) in the enhanced domain and improved picture quality. We also generated the extensibility of the proposed method using structural tensor alignment and several diffusion tensors.

Tuesday, February 14 19:00 - 20:30

Conference Banquet (Grand Ballroom C / 2nd floor)

with Best Paper Award Ceremony
Chair: Lee Won Park (ChungAng University, Korea)

Wednesday, February 15

Wednesday, February 15 9:00 - 9:30

Registration open (2nd floor)

Wednesday, February 15 9:30 - 10:50

9-A: Convergence Platform / CIA 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom A
Chair: Sanghyun Seo (SungKyul University, Korea)
A Study on the Possibility of the Success of a Large-Scale R&D Programs Using Bayesian Network and Fuzzy
JaeHyuk Cho (Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning, Korea); Hyonam Jeong and Youngsik Na (Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning)
This study can be used as the possibility of the success analysis indicator which uses input and output performance factors in order to perform quantitative analysis for programs. We can quantitatively define the satisfactory/unsatisfactory level of each program analysis factor by probability values of factor. This possibility of the success analysis framework can infer posteriori probability using the prior probability and the likelihood function of each possibility factor using AHP and Fuzzy. In addition, by inferring the relationships among the possibility of the success factors, it allows performing probability analyses on the satisfactory / unsatisfactory conditions, which can provide further feedback.
Realtime Data Visualization Using Temporal Data of Device
SeungTaek Ryoo and Jae-Khun Chang (Hanshin University, Korea)
Visualizing multiple sensors or parameters from a device is not a trivial task. In this paper, we suggest sensor based data visualization method using raw data extracted temporal sensor or parameters. Senor based data visualization system consists of data acquisition, data preprocessing, data analysis, visualization mapping and data rendering step. To visualize temporal sensor values, we use statistical analysis such as sum, average and deviation calculated from each sensor and use spectrum based color using HSV color model. We implemented box based data visualization and circle based data visualization mapping system from temporal sensor values. Suggested method can be used in various fields such as image generation, data confusion, fault detection and machine learning.
A Real-time Video Recoloring for Augmented Reality
Sanghyun Seo (SungKyul University, Korea); HyungIk Jeon and BeomChul Kim (Sungkyul University, Korea)
In this paper, we offer an efficient real-time video recoloring technique that enables interaction with the real-world environment for combining augmented reality (AR) and virtual content. The one of AR technology is image synthesis which combines real video and virtual contents. The recoloring technique is proposed in this paper for reducing the difference between real and virtual scene.
The Effects of Technological Change of the ICT Industry in Korea Economic Growth
Youngsik Na and Hyonam Jeong (Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning (KISTEP), Korea); JaeHyuk Cho (Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning, Korea)
The productivity increase by technological advance is the biggest driving force of economic growth. The purpose of this study is to focus on the Korean ICT industry, which is a key part of the economic growth. The contribution of capital was highest in the 1990s, but in the 2000s, gradually decreased. The contribution of technological change is increasing, and the growth drivers of the 2010s have shifted from capital to technology change. And its role is gradually increasing. Given the continuing appearance of technologically innovative industries, The analysis of technological change and contribution to economic growth of ICT industry, which is a key driving force, is very meaningful.

9-B: Computing Platform / SCA 2017

Room: Grand Ballroom B
Chair: Sangoh Park (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Docker Based Datacenter for Grid Computing in GSDC HTC Environment
Jeongheon Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea); Heejun Yoon (KISTI, Korea); Duseok Jin (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea)
We introduce Docker based datacenter for grid computing, which is used by Global Science Experimental Data Hub Center of Korea Science and Technology Information Institute. Our computing groups fall into three categories depending on their usage characteristics. The categories are physical group, static group, and dynamic group. Physical group are fixed and difficult to change. Nevertheless, some special applications must run on the physical group. Static group and dynamic group are implemented using Docker container virtualization. Static group are beneficial for less changing usage characteristics that are common to most of the resources for grid computing. We maintain simple and flexible management for most applications with a static group. Dynamic group support lively changes while operating with the implementation of additional scheduler and executor.
A Real Time Mass Archiving System for WLCG Tier-1
Sang Oh Park and Ilyeon Yeo (KISTI, Korea); Sang Un Ahn (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea)
In this paper, we show a tape storage-based real time mass archiving storage system for WLCG Tier-1. This system stores a raw data generated by LHC. And the system is used instead of disk storage.
Computer Vision-based Pressure Gauge Measurement for Fire Extinguisher Inspection
Ki-Hong Park and Yang-Sun Lee (Mokwon University, Korea); Su Ji Kim (DNI Co., Korea); Young Hyeon Kim and Byung Chul Park (DNI CO., Korea)
In this paper, the measurement of pressure gauge using color segmentation is proposed for the safety management of fire extinguisher. Fire extinguisher pressure gauge, there is a pressure range from 0 to 15MPa, also includes a green color indicating the positive pressure. In order to measure the fire extinguisher pressure based computer vision, proposed algorithm has a two steps. The first step is performed the image cropping to find the region of the pressure gauge using CHT algorithm and green detection. The next step is calculated to find the indicator needle of the pressure gauge. After the end of the two steps, the actual pressure can be calculated via a distance calculation trigonometric. Some experimental results are conducted so as to verify the proposed method, and the proposed method is well performed effectively.

9-C: Interdisciplinary Session 3

Room: Studio-1
Chair: Yang-Sun Lee (Mokwon University, Korea)
Security Analysis of Blockcipher-Based Hash Functions
Jongsung Kim (Kookmin University, Korea)
In this paper, we revisit the security analysis of various blockcipher-based hash functions. Especially, we devise new collision attacks on provably secure blockcipher-based hash functions with specific blockciphers whose attack computations are all negligible. Our experimental results show that various collisions have been found within 1 second on PC. We expect that our method will be effectively used as a general tool to analyze the security of blockcipher-based hash functions.
Real-time Feedback Smoothing Framework by Split Bregman Approach
Jeongheon Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea)
In this paper, we propose a real - time framework for second - level noise removal through feedback on the noise canceling function using the first noise canceling image as information. Using the Bregman method, you can see that noise reduction corrects errors and approaches correct answers. The suggested method starts with this error correction idea. More specifically, in the first noise reduction, all local pixels contribute to noise reduction. In this noise-free image, a local difference in noise is detected relative to the local center point. These detected points have a low correlation with the central point of the area in which they are located. The correlation information is feedback to the noise reduction function, and the noise reduction function is performed again with the compensated function. The proposed method has advantages over the bidirectional filtering method for edge noise. Also, since the convergence is not necessary unlike the split Bregman method, the proposed method can obtain the result within a certain time and the management effort is low. Finally, the proposed framework is applied to noise reduction technique of color image and noise reduction technique of range image.
Design of Robust Network Against Ransomware
Seonghyeon Gong and Changhoon Lee (Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea)
In this paper, we propose new IoT network structure using SDN and IoT middleware for efficient ransomware mitigation

9-D: Interdisciplinary Session 4

Room: Studio-3
Chair: Sang-Soo Yeo (Mokwon University, Korea)
Privacy Protection Schemes in RFID and Its Network
Sang-Soo Yeo and MiSuk Lim (Mokwon University, Korea)
Over the past decade, there have been many studies of RFID. Most researches and field test were related to how effectively RFID could be introduced to real world. In addition, a number of researches on the security of RFID and RFID networks have been conducted. Main concerns of these security researches are on ensuring the confidentiality and integrity for RFID tags, RFID networks and the entire RFID system. However, in the real world, more important factor is the invasion of privacy of users who buy and hold RFID-attached goods. This paper investigates the RFID privacy protection schemes that have been published so far and compares the pros and cons of these techniques.
Humanities and Philosophy in Software Engineering
Young-Ae Jung (Sun Moon University, Korea); Guenjun Yoo (Perforce Software, Australia)
No one would argue with the similarity of Software development industry and human society. Thus, studying of Software Engineering is to reach humanities and philosophy. Nowadays, we are talking about fourth industrial revolution, 4IR. In our history, all industrial revolutions were embodied philosophy or vise versa; philosophical theories explain the consequence of those industrial revolutions. In 21 century's software industry, we cannot survive without open source software such as GNU/Linux, Android, OpenSSL and etc. Experimentally, software is getting be complexed; more number of source codes, more number developers and more various sort of files are involved. In Software Engineering, solving those complexities are a big issue. Many methodologies and tools are introducing with very fancy marketing words; Agile, Scrum, Sprint, SAFe, CD, and DevOps. We lost the next step if we add the open source software top of those things. This paper can be an interpreting of the open source software by a philosophy; Taoism. In Asia, we have many different kinds of philosophies, among those philosophies, Confucianism and Taoism are still read by many. It is very interested in to see the similarity between those philosophies and modern Software Engineering movement. And This study can be an idea of how to manage software in such complex world.