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OME 2011-10-14
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. B3-2 Language Functions are Operated by Nerve Cell Quantum Switches -- The Specialty of Human Language is the infinite number of Code compsed by Combinatorics of Digital Signals --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) OME2011-52
The author has been investigating the mechanism of linguistic communication system, by separating the system into inform... [more] OME2011-52
COMP 2011-03-09
Tokyo Chuo Univ. The Digital Principle and the Listening Automaton -- The Mechanisms to generate human evolutions --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) COMP2010-47
The mechanism of human automaton has not yet been clarified. Having investigated on the digital nature of human language... [more] COMP2010-47
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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
IBISML 2010-11-04
Tokyo IIS, Univ. of Tokyo [Poster Presentation] The Digital Information Yields Human Evolution -- A Digital Network Mechanism of Automata consisting of Digital Demodulation, Source Coding and Channel Coding. --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) IBISML2010-60
The author visited Cave No.3 of the Klasies River Mouth Caves along the Indian Ocean coast of Eastern Cape Province of R... [more] IBISML2010-60
TL 2009-10-24
Tokyo Kika-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Human vocal communication is digital communicatioin, where source, channel and carrier wave encoding/decoding are performed. -- Our acoustic sense has a special digital demodulating input. Lexicon, consciousness and memories are an identical entity. --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) TL2009-28
When the mechanisms of transmission and meanings of human vocal communication are carefully investigated, it becomes cle... [more] TL2009-28
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