| Refereed publications
Others Publications: Book Chapter
- Jianhua Ma, Makoto Shizuka, Jeneung Lee and Runhe Huang,
A P2P Groupware System with Decentralized Topology
for Supporting Synchronous Collaborations, in the
IEEE CS proceeding of the International Conference on
CYBERWORLDS (CW'03), pp54-61, Singapore, December, 2003.
Abstract - Network based
groupware systems are for supporting collaborations among
a group of people who are engaged in a common task or
goal using computers connected by a variety of networks
including the Internet. A synchronous groupware system
supports group members collaborative activities
at the same time. Due to the almost all of current synchronous
collaborative systems have been implemented either using
a centralized topology or a hybrid topology, the research
presented in this paper has been devoted to investigation,
design and implementation of a peer-to-peer (P2P) groupware
system. The system enables peers to find each other, form
groups and exchange messages across firewalls and NATs.
Its evaluations with a practical test environment are
given in detail.
- R. Huang, Negotiation Modeling and E-shopping Agents,
in the IEEE CS proceeding of the International Conference
on Computational Intelligence and Multimedia Applications
(ICCIMA'03), pp3-10, Xi'an, China, September 2003.
Abstract - Negotiation
is a key component of e-business. Agent-mediatede-businesssystems
are creating new and beginning to reduce transaction cost
in variety of business processes. With a rational negotiation
model, software agents should be able to negotiate in
an intelligent way on behalf of the real-world parties
they represent. However, one of the challenging problems
here is negotiation modeling. How to precisely reflect
humans negotiation process on different levels is
a crucial point. This paper presents our studies on negotiation
modeling and demonstrates the negotiation model based
- H. Ouchiyama, R. Huang, J. Ma and K.M. Sim, An Experience
based Evolutionary Negotiation Model, in the IEEE CS proceeding
of the International Conference on Computational Intelligence
and Multimedia Applications (ICCIMA'03), pp212-217, Xi'an,
China, September 2003.
Abstract - This paper
proposes an experience based evolutionary negotiation
agent that can conduct negotiation process in e-commerce
on behalf of user/users it represents. By emulating human
being, skills of an agent in negotiations should be able
to be improved with increasing knowledge and experience.
Such agent is called an evolutionary negotiation agent.
In this paper, an evolutionary algorithm in combination
of a genetic algorithm and Bayesian rule updating method
for an evolutionary negotiation model is described.
- Jianhua Ma, Makoto Shizuka, Y. Miyoshi K. Chiba and
Runhe Huang, DSC - A Decentralized Synchronous Collaboration
P2P System Using JXTA, in the proceeding of the
International Conference on Distributed Multimedia System
(DMS'03), pp214-219, Florida, USA, September 2003.
Abstract - This paper
presents a synchronous collaborative P2P (peer-to-peer)
system, called DSC, based on a decentralized topology
without using a central server. Therefore, peers in a
group need to manage the group by themselves and each
peer must fully handle the correct message passing by
itself. The system is implemented using JXTA technology
that provides services to let peers finding each other,
forming groups, and exchanging messages across firewalls
and NATs. It currently offers four shared objects, a web
html file browser, a plain text file viewer, an audio
player and a drawing pad as well as a text chat tool.
The synchronous controls of a shared space, the objects,
tele-pointer and so on are also provided.
- H. Ouchiyama, T. Yamazaki and Runhe Huang, An E-shopping
System with Different Negotiation Models, in the Proceedings
of the first International Symposium on Cyber World (CW2002),
pp311-317, November, Japan, 2002.
Abstract - This paper
presents five different negotiation models, a constraint
based negotiation, a goal oriented negotiation, a counter
party RP based negotiation - original Bazaar model, a
third party information based negotiation - extended Bazaar
model, and a common/public information based negotiation
- enhanced extended Bazaar model. It also explains for
different users how different models can be matched. Finally,
an e-shopping system architecture is presented and how
the e-shopping system works is demonstrated.
- Runhe Huang and Jianhua Ma, "Lists", Chapter
7, in the Book: Data Structures and Algorithms,
pp121-159, World Scientific Publishing, ISBN 981-238-348-4,