Tsunehiko (Tiko) Kameda

Professor Emeritus, Computing Science

Area: Distributed Computing and Algorithms


Personal webpage:  http://www.cs.sfu.ca/~tiko/


Ph.D., Electrical Engineering (Major=Computers, Minor=Communications), Princeton University
Batchelor of Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Tokyo University

Research interests

My research interest lies in the areas of distributed computing, computer networks, computational geometry, and algorithms in general. My current research topics include synchronization in distributed systems, mobile intruders detection in a polygon, and video on demand.


  • T. Kameda and Y. Sun, Optimal truncated-Harmonic windows scheduling for broadcast systems, Technical Report CMPT-TR 2003-10, School of Computing Science, SFU, September 2003, Accepted for ACM SAC04, March 2004, Nicosia, Cyprus.
  • T. Kameda and S. Wu, A lossless VOD broadcasting scheme for VBR videos using available channel bandwidths, Technical Report CMPT-TR 2003-09, School of Computing Science, SFU, August 2003, Submitted for publication.
  • S. Wu and T. Kameda, Lossless VBR video broadcasting considering user bandwidth limit, Technical Report CMPT-TR 2003-08, School of Computing Science, SFU, July 2003, Accepted for IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME'04), Taiwan, June 27-30, 2004.
  • T. Kameda, M. Yamashita, and I. Suzuki, On-line polygon search by a six-state boundary 1-searcher, Technical Report CMPT-TR 2003-07 , School of Computing Science, SFU, April 2003, Submitted for publication.
  • E. Yan and T. Kameda, An efficient VOD broadcasting scheme with user bandwidth limit, Proc. SPIE/ACM Conference on Multimedia Computing and Networking, Santa Clara, January 2003, 200-208.

    For an up-to-date and complete list of publications, please visit Tiko Kameda's home page