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2010-12-20
17:45
Tokyo National Olympics Memorial Youth Center The Digital Characteristics of Vocal Language -- The Automata Generated by Digital Signals and Coding Mechanisms --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) NLC2010-20 SP2010-93
Having visited Cave No.3 of the Klasies River Mouth Caves, the oldest modern human site in the world with the confirmed ... [more] NLC2010-20 SP2010-93
pp.61-66
SP 2010-03-05
17:30
Tokyo Shibaura Inst. of Tech. (Toyosu Campus) Digital Principles Applied in Human Vocal Communication -- The Distinct and Finite Signal Set of Syllables, and Source/channel/carrier-wave Coding/Decoding Mechanisms --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) SP2009-169
The author presents a set of Axioms to demonstrate that human vocal communication is digital communication, where source... [more] SP2009-169
pp.123-128
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