The 2005 International Symposium on Collaborative Technologies and Systems
(CTS 2005)

May 15-20, 2005
Adam's Mark Hotels & Resorts
Saint Louis, Missouri, USA

In technical cooperation with the IEEE, IEEE Computer Society, and IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society

Technical Papers

All papers in the proceedings will appear in the IEEE Digital Library Xplore©.


SPECIAL SESSION: MOBILE COLLABORATIVE WORK

1.
Usability of a Mobile, Group Communication Prototype While Rendezvousing
Jeff Axup, Stephen Viller, and Nicola J. Bidwell
(University of Queensland and James Cook University, Australia)

2.
Optimized Communication Using the SOAP Infoset for Mobile Multimedia Collaboration Applications
Sangyoon Oh, Hasan Bulut, Ahmet Uyar, Wenjun Wu, and Geoffrey Fox
(Indiana University and Syracuse University, USA)

3.
Collaborative Approach for Modeling and Performing Mobile Software Process Components
Pierre F. Tiako
(Langston University in Oklahoma, USA)

4.
Mobile Peer-to-Peer Technology used to Promote Spontaneous Collaboration
Alf Inge Wang, Carl-Fredrik Sorensen and Thomas Fossum
(Norwegian Univ. of Science & Technology and the Norwegian Institute for Air Research, Norway)

SPECIAL SESSION: SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROL IN COLLABORATION I

1.
Personal Data Anonymization for Security and Privacy in Collaborative Environments
Anas Abou El Kalam, Yves Deswarte, Gilles Trouessin, Emmanuel Cordonnier
(LIFO-ENSIB, LAAS-CNRS, Ernst&Young, and ETIAM, France)

2.
Efficient Directory Harvest Attacks
Boldizsar Bencsath and Istvan Vajda
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)

3.
Job-Centric Security Model for Open Collaborative Environment
Yuri Demchenko, Leon Gommans, Cees de Laat, Bas Oudenaarde, Andrew Tokmakoff, Martin Snijders
(Universiteit van Amsterdam and Telematica Institute, The Netherlands)

4.
NIDS Architecture for Clusters
Fabrice Gadaud
(LIFO Orleans and CEA/DIF, France)

SPECIAL SESSION: SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROL IN COLLABORATION II

1.
A Scalable Authorization Approach for Grid System Environments
Jiageng Li
(Department of Computer Science, University of West Georgia, USA)

2.
Model Checking the Security of Multi-Protocol Systems
M. Panti, Luca Spalazzi, S. Tacconi and F. Pagliarecci
(DIIGA, Polytechnic University of Marche, Ancona, Italy)

3.
Intrusion Detection and Security Policy Framework for Distributed Environments
Anas Abou El Kalam, Jeremy Briffaut, Christian Toinard, and Mathieu Blanc
(LIFO-CNRS, Orleans and Commissariat a l¡¯Energie Atomique, France)

4.
A Queue Model to Detect DDos Attacks
Shuang Hao, Hua Song, Wenbao Jiang, and Yiqi Dai
(Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. China)

5.
Building an Inter-IDS Central Analysis Platform in the Network Center of China¡¯s Central Bank
Zhen Zhao
(Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Drexel University, PA, USA) ? No Presentation

COLLABORATION ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES, GROUPWARE, ARTIFACTS

1.
Investigating the Performance of Audio/Video Service Architecture I: Single Broker
Ahmet Uyar and Geoffrey Fox
(Syracuse University and Indiana University, USA)

2.
Investigating the Performance of Audio/Video Service Architecture II: Broker Network
Ahmet Uyar and Geoffrey Fox
(Syracuse University and Indiana University, USA)

3.
Adapting the Electronic Laboratory Notebook for the Semantic Era
Tara Talbott, Michael Peterson, Jens Schwidder and James Myers
(Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, WA, USA)

4.
A Multiuser Groupware Calendar System based on Agent Tools and Technology
Alberto Grosso, Christian Vecchiola, Mauro Coccoli and Antonio Boccalatte
(University of Genova, Italy)

5.
Collaborative Knowledge Management in e-Meetings
Chia Y. Han and Jerome Eric Luczaj
(University of Cincinnati and the College of Mount St. Joseph, Ohio, USA)

6.
AI Workflow Management in a Collaborative Environment
Michelle Cheatham and Michael T. Cox
(Information Directorate, AFRL, Ohio, USA)

DISTRIBUTED TEAMWORK, COMMUNITIES & SOCIOCULTURAL DYNAMICS

1.
A Case Study of Student Software Teams Using Computer-Supported Software
Kathleen Swigger, Robert Brazile, Bryan Harrington, Shawn Peng and Ferda Alpaslan
(University of North Texas, USA and Middle East Technical University, Turkey)

2.
Context Informed Cross Cultural Collaboration in Stability and Support Operations
Mark A. Hoffman, Brian Kettler and Terry Padgett
(ISX Corporation, Marietta, GA, USA)

MULTI AGENT SYSTEMS & AGENT-BASED TECHNIQUES IN COLLABORATION

1.
An Agent-Base Supply-Chain Management
Maurizio Panti, Francesco Pagliarecci, and Luca Spalazzi
(DIIGA, Polytechnic University of Marche, Ancona, Italy)

2.
Middleware-Level Collaborative Resource Discovery for Large Clusters
Jameela Al-Jaroodi, and Nader Mohamed
(Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA)

3.
Path Planning for Altruistically Negotiating Processes
Deepthi Devalarazu and Daniel W. Watson
(Utah State University, Logan, UT, USA)

4.
MASSE: Environment Supporting for Simulation and Analysis of Multiagent Systems
Tomomi Takashina, Bi Zhenbo, Damba Ariuna, Zhi Guilan, Kazuhide Tanaka, Hiroki Sayama, and Shigeyoshi Watanabe
(Nikon Systems Inc., and The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan)

COLLABORATIVE WORK PRACTICES AND SUPPORT

1.
Achieving Groupware Flexibility Through Metamodel Mappings
Igor Hawryszkiewycz
(University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)

2.
An Architectural Style for Supporting Work Practice: Coping with the Complex Structure of Coordination Relationships
Peter J. Kammer and Richard N. Taylor
(Endeavors Technology Inc. and University of California, Irvine, USA)

3.
Visualization of Interactions in an Online Collaboration Environment
Robert Biuk-Aghai
(University of Macau, Macau S.A.R., China)

COLLABORATIVE NETWORKING INFRASTRUCTURE (SS)

1.
Multicast Support for Collaborative Networking
Lori A. Flynn and Hans-Peter Dommel
(Bell Laboratories - Lucent Technologies and Santa Clara University, USA)

2.
Network Lag Mitigation Methods in Collaborative Distributed Simulations
Shervin Shirmohammadi, Nancy Ho Woo and Sara Alavi
(University of Ottawa, Canada)

MODELING, SIMULATION AND PROTOTYPING FOR COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENTS

1.
Ontology-based Virtual Assembly Model for Collaborative Virtual Prototyping and Simulation
Kyoung-Yun Kim, David G. Manley, Hyungjeong Yang, and Bart O. Nnaji
(Department of Industrial Engineering and NSF Center for e-Design, University of Pittsburgh, USA)

2.
Virtual Environment for On-Campus Orientation
Robert Larmore, Matthew Knaus, Sergiu Dascalu and F.C. Harris, Jr.
(University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, USA)

WEB INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES FOR COLLABORATIVE APPLICATIONS AND PLATFORMS

1.
RikWik: An Extensible XML Based Wiki
Richard Mason and Paul Roe
(Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia)

2.
Developing an Open Knowledge Discovery Support System for a Network Environment
Claudia Diamantini, Domenico Potena and Maurizio Panti
(Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy)

3.
On a Collaborative Commerce Framework and Architecture for the Next Generation Commerce
Seung-yun Kim and Waleed W. Smari
(University of Dayton, Ohio, USA)

4.
Advances in E-Business Collaboration: Semantic Web Services in SAP R/3 B2B Integration
Tomas Vitvar
(National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland)

MOBILE AND WIRELESS COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS

1.
A Clustering Prediction Scheme for Wireless Cellular Network
John Tsiligaridis and Raj Acharya
(Heritage University, Washington, USA)

2.
Experiments on Mobile Context-Aware Instant Messaging
Mikko Perttunen, Jukka Riekki, Kirsi Koskinen and Marika Tahti
(University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland)

3.
Visualizing Handheld-Based Classroom Activity
Deborah Tatar, Sirong Lin and Margaret Dickey
(Center for Human-Computer Interaction, Virginia Tech, Virginia, USA)

4.
Technical Approaches for Achieving Multi-Resource Polymorphic Collaboration
Mike Matthews, Robert Hohne, and Shawn Orban
(Air Force Research Laboratory and Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., Ohio, USA)

COLLABORATIVE ROBOTS AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES (SS)

1.
An Extended Time Horizon Search Technique for Cooperative Unmanned Vehicles to Locate Mobile RF Targets
Daniel J. Pack and George W.P. York
(United States Air Force Academy, Colorado, USA)

2.
Resource Allocation Strategies for a Multi Sensor Surveillance
K. Madhava Krishna and Henry Hexmoor
(Indian Institute of Information Technology, India and University of Arkansas, USA)

3.
Fuzzy Petri Net for UAV Decision Making
Martin C. Lundell, Jingpeng Tang, and Kendall Nygard
(University of Minnesota ? Crookston and North Dakota State University, USA)

4.
New Trajectory Generation Methods for Nonholonomic Mobile Robots
Wenjie Dong and Yi Guo
(University of Central Florida, Florida, USA)

5.
Using Genetic Algorithms to Evolve the Control Rules of a Swarm of UAVs
Jaime Soto and Kuo-Chi Lin
(University of Central Florida, Florida, USA)

6.
Constrained Search for a Moving Target
Don A. Grundel
(AFRL/MNGN, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, USA)

COLLABORATION FUNDAMENTALS AND FRAMEWORKS

1.
The Essential Ingredients of Collaboration
Roy Soliman, Robin Braun and Simeon Simoff
(University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)

2.
Self-Service Collaboration Applications: A New Paradigm in the Development and Deployment of Collaborative Environments
Scott S.F. Tse, Gene Moore and Sangeeta Narang
(SplashNote Systems, Inc., Santa Clara, California, USA)

COLLABORATIVE DECISION MAKING, MODELING, AND SUPPORT

1.
A Collaborative Distributed Privacy-Sensitive Decision Support System for Monitoring Heterogeneous Data Sources
Hillol Kargupta, Kakali Sarkar, Dipti Aswath and William D. Handy
(AGNIK, LLC, Columbia, Maryland, USA)

2.
The JavaRank Decision Support Tool and the Benefits and Challenges of Converting an Existing Desktop Application into a Distributed Collaborative Tool
Tim Cox and Jerome Reaper
(Science Applications International Corp., Ohio, USA)

3.
Advanced Collaborative Technologies Supporting the 21st Century Warfighter in a Network Centric Environment
Gary A. Whitted and Mary E. Just
(Ball Aerospace & Technologies, Corp. and the Air Force Research Laboratory, Ohio, USA)

4.
Leveraging Collaborative Technologies to Support Integrated Human Based-Automated Command and Control Process Test and Evaluation in the Virtual Testbed for Advanced Command and Control
David Green, Jerome Reaper, Bradley Dunaway and Joel Dallaire
(Science Applications International Corp., Ohio, USA)


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