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Lecturer Ph.D. in Engineering
Department/Informatics  Graduate school/Electronic Engineering

To enable computers to operate efficiently on network systems, we take a theoretical perspective to researching procedures to be used in communicating information. These technologies are regarded as crucial to modern society.

Fault-tolerant Algorithms

Research Area Distributed Algorithms, Coding Theory
Research Interests Distributed algorithms, Fault-tolerant algorithms, Optimization algorithms, Convolutional codes
Selected Publications (1) R. Azuma, S. Moriya, "Hybrid P2P Distributed Checkpointing and Rollback Algorithms for Distributed Applications and Their Evaluations (in Japanese)", IEICE Trans. D (Japanese Edition), Vol.E100-A, No.12, pp.1-12, Jan. 2020.
(2) S. Moriya, K. Kikuchi and H. Sasano, "Search for High-Rate Punctured Convolutional Codes through Transformed Identical Codes", IEICE Trans. A, Vol.E100-A, No.12, pp.2607-2614, Dec. 2017.
(3) S. Moriya, M. Inoue,"Faster Wait-free Randomized Consensus with an Oblivious Adversary for MRSW Register Model",IEICE Tech. Rep., DC2016-22, pp.13-18, Oct 2016.
Affiliated Academic Societies IEICE, IPSJ
(Undergraduate Course)
Osaka University
(Master's/Doctral Course)
Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)
Title of Thesis, Institute, Date Studies on Wit-free Distributed Algorithms, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), Feb. 2000
Biography researcher of NTT communication Science Laboratories (2000-2002)
assistant professor of Kindai University(2002-present)
Message to Students To know something about everything, to know everything about something

Distributed Algorithm Laboratory

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Academic Staff and Fellows