Journal of Information Processing and Management
Online ISSN : 1347-1597
Print ISSN : 0021-7298
ISSN-L : 0021-7298
Volume 55 , Issue 10
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  • Naoto KOBAYASHI, Motoyuki AKAMATSU, Koh NAITO, Shigeru FUJITA, Akira O ...
    2013 Volume 55 Issue 10 Pages 722-734
    Published: January 01, 2013
    Released: January 01, 2013
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    A scientific journal named Synthesiology (kouseigaku) which includes original papers based on the type 2 basic research was newly published in 2008. In the research paper to be published in Synthesiology, authors are requested to show the clear objective of the research, the scenario which leads to the realization of the objective, and the selection and integration of the elemental technologies according to the scenario. In this paper, we have introduced the philosophy of the journal, the circumstances and purpose of the publication, and the results of the analysis of synthetic methodology revealed in the 70 papers which were published in the journal. A kind of methodology called “technological synthesis” has been found to be important, and a continuous follow-up process called “synthesis for social introduction” is also found to be necessary to introduce the research results to society. Precise analysis and the development of the synthesis, use and role of the research scenario are recognized to be necessary in the near future.
  • Haruki INOUE
    2013 Volume 55 Issue 10 Pages 735-745
    Published: January 01, 2013
    Released: January 01, 2013
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    Cloud Computing is being promoted from 2007 in Shizuoka University in order to solve many problems resulted by operation and management of information infrastructure, such as Business Continuity Plan, cost saving and etc. As a result, we got high evaluations from many organizations in October 2010. But the Great East Japan Earthquake made us understand that only Cloud promotion has no effect to survive from nature power. This paper describes how to continue functions of University at any great disaster, and introduces the new proposal that can correspond to coming Big Data era.
  • Soichiro TAKAGI
    2013 Volume 55 Issue 10 Pages 746-753
    Published: January 01, 2013
    Released: January 01, 2013
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    Open data is becoming one of the policy agendas in Japan. Open data enables public data that has been owned by government agencies to be reused by private entities. Open data initiative has been promoted in various countries, and particularly European countries have promoted the initiative actively in the past several years. This article provides the overview ot the policy development on open data in Europe with major topics. In particular, the concept of open data, current data provision by government, history of open data policy, license for reuse, and communication program with private entities are discussed. Based on the European experiences, this article provides several implications for future development of open data in Japan.
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