Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
System Supports for Context-aware Services
(Middleware for Easy Development and Provision of Data-Driven Ubiquitous Information Services)
(Probablistic Resource Information Management for Shared Resource Platforms)
(Scalable And Traffic efficient data dissemination Infrastructure for sensor-based distributed information services)
(Middleware Architecture for Sensor Applications with Statistical Quality Constraints)
Ubiquitous Game and Supporting Platform
Peer-to-Peer System and Overlay Network
Advanced Media Service Framework
SCANet:Sensor, Control, and Actuator Networks
Load Imbalancer:Differentiated Service for Clustered Web Servers
Recommendation system based on Behavioral Pattern Mining of Online Customers in E-commerce environment
A High Performance Content-based Router
A High Performance Internet Media Server
A Content and Transaction Distribution System for E-Commerce
A Hierarchical QoS Controller for Dynamic Load Sharing
A Middleware for Efficient Presentation of MPEG-4 Compressed Video
An Efficient Session Management Architecture for an E-Shopping Mall
A Unified Document Management System for Multimedia over Internet
Network Server Accelerator
Principal system architect (from 1998, IBM T. J. Watson Research). The prototype was selected by IBM’s network hardware division and is being productized as parts of IBM’s Nways Router Family (first version released in Dec. 1998).
Also the system adopted as a part of major sports event web sites including US Open Tennis, Australia Open Tennis, Masters Golf, and French Open Tennis since September 1998 and planned to be used in 2000 Sydney Olympic Games web site.
VIDEO VISTA (an integrated browsing station for High Definition TV)
Developed MPEG 2 browser as a part of VISTA (from 1996 to 1997, IBM T.J. Watson Research).
The system was taken by IBM Santa Teresa Lab as a core of MPEG-2 video processing for IBM‘s Digital Library product.
Isis (an multimedia authoring environment)
The prototype was recommended as IBM’s strategic next generation multimedia authoring system.