Min-Ruei You

Min-Ruei You
National Taiwan Ocean University | ntou · Department of Computer Science

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Marine activity management is difficult due to the inability to surveil entities operating on the open water as if was on land. Large vessels operating at deep seas, far seas, and high seas are equipped with VMS which can be monitored. However, small fishing boats operating coastal and offshore do not have this mechanism for monitoring. Taiwan gove...
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Data security and privacy is a major concern for the users while using software services on the cloud. When users want to compute on a cloud service, traditional encryption schemes can be applied to encrypt and transfer the data to the cloud service. However, the service provider must decrypt the data for input into their computational model and th...
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Managing and maintaining fishing ports is crucial for fishing activities. With the lack of budget and labor force, some fishing ports face the brink of being shut down. A first choice for demolishing would be fishing ports with low utilization, but this does not mean the port is totally useless. When severe weather condition, i.e., typhoons, is in...
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Managing and maintaining fishing ports is crucial for fishing activities. With the lack of budget and labor force, some fishing ports face the brink of being shut down. A first choice for demolishing would be fishing ports with low utilization, but this does not mean the port is totally useless. When severe weather condition, i.e., typhoons, is in...
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Voyage data recorders are devices kept on vessels to track their trajec-tories when overseas. It receives signals from global positioning satellites to compute its current location on Earth and records the current speed, course, and bearing within its internal memory. The information is downloaded and recorded each time the fishing vessel docks for...

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Designing, implementing, and deploying a next-generation oceanic information system is a key to future fisheries management. This project focuses on creating such a system, providing a basis for future development. Besides being extensible, stable, and easy to use, this system must also contain the following elements. It must use big data storage technologies, which allows sharding, parallelism, load balancing, and data integrity. The final system will integrate existing VDR databases with VMS database, fisheries management database, the Torch system, and report databases. The management component of this system will be designed according to the regulations and requirements of the government. We will also consider to process electronic files such as word and excel files and automatically parse them into the database to lessen human tasks. We will also design the new way or integrate the existing way in which the electronic information is relayed into our system. Cross-references, assertions to input data will be conducted automatically to filter out problems early to conserve time and labor. Future management and research can take benefit from the completeness and speed with the establishment of this system.
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Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) has been used for recording and computing vessel operations since 2007. This VDR device has become an important basis for fishery policy maker and fishery researchers to make further studies in understanding fishing activities and marine resources in our country. This project contains four objectives as follows. First, by importing and cleaning raw VDR data into databases, daily and regional queries on vessel activities is possible. In addition, plotting statistics onto geographic information systems will be designed. Second, we will apply big data technology, including sharding, replicating, and clustering to greatly enhance the capabilities of the hardware. Third, we will design algorithms to automatically cluster similar trajectories, which can be used in fisheries management in the future. Last, we will design a system to produce and plot vessel activities on demand.