I'm a researcher at IBM Research - Tokyo. I was born in Aichi prefecture, Japan, and raised in Gifu prefecture, Japan. I received my bachelor's degree in information engineering from the University of Tsukuba (2002), and my master's degree in information engineering from the University of Tsukuba (2004).
三品 拓也, 勝野 恭治, 吉濱 佐知子, 工藤 道治. 来歴に基づくマルチレベルセキュリティ文書管理システム, 情報処理学会論文誌, 49 (9) (2008).
Takuya Mishina, Sachiko Yoshihama, and Michiharu Kudo. Fine-grained Sticky Provenance Architecture for Office Documents. In IWSEC '07: the International Workshop on Security 2007, Nara, Japan, (2007).
Yasuharu Katsuno, Yuji Watanabe, Sachiko Yoshihama, Takuya Mishina, and Michiharu Kudo. Layering Negotiations for Flexible Attestation. In STC '06: the First ACM Workshop on Scalable Trusted Computing. ACM Press, (2006).
Yuji Watanabe, Sachiko Yoshihama, Takuya Mishina, Michiharu Kudo, and Hiroshi Maruyama. Bridging the Gap between Inter-Communication Boundary and Inside Trusted Components. In ESORICS '06: the 11th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, Vol. 4189 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer, (2006).
Takuya Mishina, Yuji Watanabe, Yasuharu Katsuno, and Sachiko Yoshihama. Semantic Fine-grained Data Provenance Tracking (Works in Progress). In ACSAC '06: Proceedings of 22nd Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, (2006).
Miscellaneous (non-refereed) Articles
Sachiko Yoshihama, Tim Ebringer, Megumi Nakamura, Seiji Munetoh, Takuya Mishina, and Hiroshi Maruyama. WS-Attestation: Enabling Trusted Computing on Web Services. Technical Report TR0695, IBM Research Report, (2007).
Yuji Watanabe, Yasuharu Katsuno, Sachiko Yoshihama, Takuya Mishina, and Michiharu Kudo. Secure Routing Mechanism for Trusted Virtual Domain and Its Application. In CSS '06: the Computer Security Symposium, (2006).
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Publications (Natural Language Processing)
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