Grant-in-Aid for international Scientific Research
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants |
|Research Institution||National Institute of Informatics |
INOSE Hiroshi NACSIS,Director General, 所長 (70010618)
SAKAI Yoshinori NACSIS,R&D Department, Visiting Professor, 客員教授 (70196054)
SEZAKI Kaoru NACSIS,R&D Department, Visiting Associate Professor, 客員助教授 (10216541)
IIDA Noriko Kaisai University, Faculty of Information Science, Professor, 情報学部, 教授 (70027598)
YASUDA Yasuhiko NACSIS,R&D Department, Visiting Professor, 客員教授 (40013106)
FUJINO Takayuki NACSIS,R&D Department, Research Associate, 助手 (60300703)
YOSHIOKA Shinji NACSIS,R&D Department, Research Associate, 助手 (40290879)
ZHAO Ihei NACSIS,R&D Department, Research Associate, 助手 (80260016)
ABE Shuji NACSIS,R&D Department, Research Associate, 助手 (00280561)
UOSE Hisao NACSIS,R&D Department, Visiting Associate Professor, 客員助教授
LANDWEBER Lawrence Wisconsin University, Department of Computre Engineering, Professor, 計算機工学科, 教授
AIZAWA Akiko NACSIS,R&D Department, Associate Professor, 助教授 (90222447)
KEI Usei NACSIS,R&D Department, Associate Professor, 助教授 (80225333)
OHYAMA Keizo NACSIS,R&D Department, Associate Professor, 助教授 (90177022)
MATSUKATA Jun NACSIS,R&D Department, Associate Professor, 助教授 (70173820)
HASHIZUME Hiromichi NACSIS,R&D Department, Associate Professor, 助教授 (40172853)
ADACHI Jun NACSIS,R&D Department, Professor, 教授 (80143551)
MIYAZAWA Akira NACSIS,R&D Department, Professor, 教授 (80099928)
ASANO Shoichiro NACSIS,R&D Department, Professor, 研究主幹 教授 (50092119)
HAMADA Takashi NACSIS,R&D Department, Professor, 部長 教授 (70013191)
ONO Kinji NACSIS,R&D Department, Director and Professor, 部長 教授 (70260015)
LANDWEBER La ウィスコンシン大学, 計算機工学科, 教授
山田 尚勇 学術情報センター, 副所長教授 (00011700)
|Project Period (FY)
1995 – 1997
Completed (Fiscal Year 1997)
|Budget Amount *help
¥9,000,000 (Direct Cost: ¥9,000,000)
Fiscal Year 1997: ¥3,100,000 (Direct Cost: ¥3,100,000)
Fiscal Year 1996: ¥3,000,000 (Direct Cost: ¥3,000,000)
Fiscal Year 1995: ¥2,900,000 (Direct Cost: ¥2,900,000)
|Keywords||International Research Network / High-Performance Network / International Standards / Global Information Infrastructure / IETF / Information, Computer and Communicatios Policy / 学術研究ネットワーク / 国際接続 / CCIRN / 国際テストベッド / テストベッド / 超高速プロトコル / APNG|
In recent years, research networks have extremely diversified, not only in developed coutries but also in newly developing contries and region, including mid and east europe, mid and south america, africa and asian coutries. As the result, international coordination among research networks is of important to establish international communication links. The CCIRN (Coordination Committee for Intercontinental Research Networks) plays primary role of such coordination. In addition to this, need for braodband communiation links is emphasized in order ato stimulate higher end researches. In this context, the CCIRN is now discussing how to interwork such broadband communication links and networks.
United States had lauched new interconnecting point among broadband networks in Chikago, IL., which is called STAR-TAP (Science, Technology and Research, Transit Access Point). Investigators joined to the study have made international cooperation activities during three years, and finally made success to interconnected japanese boradbnad network (SINET) to STAR-TAP in October, 1997.
European Commuinity has also put in operation of braodband research network (TEM-34). SINET has been cooperating to european resarch networks for three years, and consequently SINET has changed its connection point to TEM-34 PoP (Point of Presence) to London, UK.Circuit to London will be in operation from early April, 1998. That is second result of the study.
Beside the actual interconnection, investigators have been contributing international standardization at IETF on ATM based networking. Several proposals which are now available as Internet Drafts, including ATM address resolution scheme, ATM inteconnection control information and high-performance protocol sepcifications, are proposed from the study.
These activities are evaluated as future basis for international connection of research networks.