Application Area Working Groups :To discuss deployment, testing and adaptation using internet application.
|cue||Involves work on the development and improvement of mail leaders that operate on Unix with a focus on speed and data volume.|
|iCAR(InternetCAR)||This group is involved in the discussion and development of technologies required to provide a link between motor vehicles and the Internet and various applications under such environments.|
|Mew||Involved in the development of mail readers that support extensive platforms operating on Emacs/Xemacs.|
|Real space networking is a form of network that provides a virtual
link between all matter including home appliances, daily commodities,
pets, and humans.
This group discusses issues related to the construction of such realspace networks.
|MagicPoint||Involved in the development of text-based presentation tools that have high readability and outstanding descriptive capabilities.|
|10G||Discusses the usage and applications of a 10Gbps bandwidth and conducts research into the changes that occur when an Internet connection goes broadband.|
(Networking and Visualization)
|Looks into network visualization and other representation techniques.|
|To share technical and operational information for the calendars over the Internet.|
|WiL||Research and Development of Wireless Location Platform.|
|Live E!||This working group discusses technical problems of "Live E!", which is a information infrastructure leveraging weather sensors.|
|csaw||In this working group, we discuss an architecture and a system that support collaborations and activities of various communities. Additionally, we operate the community system for WIDE.|
|piranha||Create open platform network stress tool.|
|WIDE cloud||Research and development on methods of VM resource management for research activities ans services.|
|Handmade||Working on network technology research and development utilizing hardware acceleration.|
|OpenAAS||Discusses on making Academic Affair System open.|
|sdm||The WG investigates the approach to media as a service by virtualization and abstraction of networked media infrastructure.|