Web and Communication Technologies and Internet-Related Social Issues - HSI 2005

3rd International Conference on Human.Society@Internet, Tokyo, Japan, July 27-29, 2005. Proceedings

  • Shinji Shimojo
  • Shingo Ichii
  • Tok-Wang Ling
  • Kwan-Ho Song
Conference proceedings HSI 2005

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3597)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Service

    1. Myoung-soo Park, Jonk-ki Kim, Tai-sung Hur, Nag-hwan Kim, Eun-sil Lee, Yo-seop Woo et al.
      Pages 1-8
    2. Soon-Young Park, Warnil Chung, Chung-Ho Lee, Hae-Young Bae
      Pages 9-18
    3. Eun-Jun Yoon, Eun-Kyung Ryu, Kee-Young Yoo
      Pages 19-27
  3. Wireless I

    1. Seok Joo Koh, Sang Wook Kim
      Pages 28-36
    2. Changhee Joo, Saewoong Bahk
      Pages 37-44
    3. Dae-Hee Seo, Deok-Gyu Lee, Im-Yeong Lee
      Pages 45-56
  4. Security I

  5. Internet Applications I

    1. Hak Soo Kim, Hyun Seok Cha, Jungsun Kim, Jin Hyun Son
      Pages 75-84
    2. Myung Kim, Sunsook Noh, Seongmin Cho
      Pages 85-93
  6. Internet Applications II

    1. Hai Jin, Xuanhua Shi, Li Qi
      Pages 94-103
    2. Yunmook Nah, Bogju Lee, Jungsun Kim
      Pages 104-113
    3. Yukio Okada, Kenji Masui, Youki Kadobayashi
      Pages 114-124
  7. Information Retrieval

    1. Junli Yuan, Chi-Hung Chi, Qibin Sun
      Pages 125-134
    2. Jason J. Jung, Seung-Bo Park, Geun-Sik Jo
      Pages 135-143
    3. Hyuk-Min Lee, Kyung-Chang Kim
      Pages 144-154
  8. Medical Applications

    1. Duminda Nishantha, Yukuo Hayashida, Takeshi Katsuki, Masaaki Goto, Koichiro Ihara, Jayantha Weerasinghe
      Pages 155-164
    2. Hirofumi Akashi, Hajime Tokura, Hirofumi Ohnishi, Kenji Nishikage, Tokuzo Yamaguchi, Kazuyoku Saijo et al.
      Pages 179-189
  9. Multimedia

    1. Gu-Min Jeong, Seung-Won Na, Doo-Hee Jung, Jun-Ho Kang, Gu-Pil Jeong
      Pages 190-199
    2. Jin Ok Kim, Jin Soo Kim, Chin Hyun Chung, Jun Hwang
      Pages 200-207
  10. Web Retrieval and Applications

    1. Young-Tae Byun, Yong-Ho Choi, Kee-Cheol Lee
      Pages 218-227
    2. Sang Ho Lee, Sung Jin Kim, Hyo Sook Jeong
      Pages 228-237
  11. E-Learning

    1. Elena Verdú, María Jesús Verdú, Luisa M. Regueras, Juan Pablo de Castro
      Pages 260-269
    2. Elvis Wai Chung Leung, Frederick W. B. Li, Qing Li, Rynson W. H. Lau
      Pages 270-281
  12. Security II

    1. Hui-Feng Huang, Chin-Chen Chang
      Pages 282-290
    2. Taekyoung Kwon, Hyeonjoon Moon
      Pages 291-300
  13. Wireless II

    1. Gu-Min Jeong, Seung-Won Na, Doo-Hee Jung, Hyun-Sik Ahn, Min-Soo Ryu
      Pages 301-310
    2. Kosuke Tomonaga, Masataka Ohta, Keijiro Araki
      Pages 311-321
  14. Short Contributions

    1. Lucy García, Miguel Nussbaum, Joselyn Bolton
      Pages 326-335
    2. Wonil Kim, Seong Joon Yoo, Jin-sung Kim, Taek Yong Nam, Kyoungro Yoon
      Pages 336-339
    3. Duminda Nishantha, Yukuo Hayashida, Takeshi Katsuki, Masaaki Goto, Koichiro Ihara, Jayantha Weerasinghe
      Pages 345-348
    4. Yu Ichifuji, Susumu Konno, Hideaki Sone
      Pages 349-352
    5. Jin Ok Kim, Bong Jo Joung, Chin Hyun Chung, Jun Hwang
      Pages 353-356
    6. Kyu-Nam Lee, Jong-Un Yang, Hyun-Tae Kim, In-Ho Ra, Hyung-Jin Kim, Young-Ho Nam et al.
      Pages 357-360
    7. Sungyong Hong, Chulbum Ahn, Yunmook Nah, Lynn Choi
      Pages 361-365
  15. Back Matter

About these proceedings


The Internet has now become an integral part of everyday life for hundreds of millions of people around the world. The uses of the Internet have augmented commerce, communication, education, governance, entertainment, health care, etc. E-mail has become an indispensable part of life; the Web has become an indispensable source of information on just about everything; people now use governmentWebsitestoreceiveinstructionsandinformation,and?lepaperwork with the government; many major online businesses have been created, such as Amazon, eBay, Google, Travelocity, eTrade, etc. However, the uses of the Internet have also had serious negative e?ects, - cluding spam, the spreading of viruses and worms, spyware, phishing, hacking, online fraud, invasions of privacy, etc. Viruses and worms often bring down tens of millions of computers around the world; many people get duped into furni- ing their personal identi?cations, and bank and insurance account information, etc. ; hackers break into government and corporation computers to steal cri- cal data; unsubstantiated rumors about individuals or organizations spread like wild?re on the Internet, etc. Further, the uses of the Internet are creating new paradigms in areas such as copyright, governance, etc. The widespread use of peer-to-peer ?le sharing systems, started by Napster,is forcing a reassessment of the value of holding copyright on digital media. Internet postings by vocal citizens to the Web sites of the news media, governmento?ces, and elected g- ernment o?cials are impacting government policies and swaying the opinions of other citizens. The aim of the International Conference on Human.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Shinji Shimojo
    • 1
  • Shingo Ichii
    • 2
  • Tok-Wang Ling
    • 3
  • Kwan-Ho Song
    • 4
  1. 1.Osaka University, Cybermedia CenterOsakaJapan
  2. 2.Graduate School of Mathematical SciencesUniversity of TokyoTokyoJapan
  3. 3.School of ComputingNational University of Singapore 
  4. 4.National Internet Development Agency of KoreaSeoulKorea

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science Computer Science (R0)
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-27830-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-31808-8
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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