Yoshihiro Kawano

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This paper aims to study how to gain the consistency of the state in a DVE (Distributed Virtual Environment) with lag, under the condition of peer-to-peer architecture. That is, we study how to reduce in real-time the difference of the DVE state between peers caused by transmission lag or update interval, and how to control the shared object in the online(More)
This paper studies the way to improve consistency of states in a ball-game typed Distributed Virtual Environment (DVE) with lag, in peer-to-peer (P2P) architecture. That is, we are studying how to reduce in real-time the difference of states between the participating terminals in a virtual ball game caused by transmission lag or update interval. We are also(More)
This paper studies a way to improve consistency of states in a ball game typed DVE with lag, in P2P architecture. We also study how to control shared objects in real-time in a server-less network architecture. Specifically, a priority field called Allocated Topographical Zone (AtoZ) is used for P2P typed DVE. In a critical case (i.e. inconsistent(More)
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