Advances in Computer Science – ASIAN 2007. Computer and by Andrei Sabelfeld (auth.), Iliano Cervesato (eds.)

By Andrei Sabelfeld (auth.), Iliano Cervesato (eds.)

The ASIAN convention sequence presents a discussion board for researchers all through Asia topresent state of the art leads to yearly-themed components of machine technological know-how, to discussadvances in those fields, and to advertise interplay with researchers from othercontinents.Accordingly, the conferencemoves each year to another middle of researchthroughout Asia: earlier variations have been held in Tokyo, Kunming (China),Bangkok, Mumbai, Hanoi, Penang (Malaysia), Phuket (Thailand), Manila,Kathmandu, Singapore, and Pathumthani (Thailand) the place ASIAN was once initiatedby AIT, INRIA and UNU/IIST in 1995. The twelfth version came about in Doha,Qatar, in the course of December 9–11, 2007.Each 12 months, the convention specializes in a unique subject on the slicing edgeof laptop technological know-how learn. The subject of ASIAN 2007 was once “Computer andNetwork Security”. it's been a practice of ASIAN to ask 3 of themost influential researchers within the concentration zone, one from Asia, one from Europeand one from the Americas, to debate their paintings and their imaginative and prescient for the field.This year’s individual audio system have been Andrei Sabelfeld (Chalmers University,Sweden), Joshua Guttman (MITRE, united states) and Kazuhiko Kato (University ofTsukuba, Japan).

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