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SIS 2021-03-05
Online Online A trial of quantitative evaluation focused on area change in self-organizing map
Yuto Nakashima, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ.), Fukuko Moriya (Kurume Univ.), Kaoru Araki, Hideaki Itoh (Saga Univ.) SIS2020-56
A self-organizing map (SOM) is one of the AI techniques to visualize an applied multi-dimensional data set onto the two-... [more] SIS2020-56
SIS 2020-03-06
Saitama Saitama Hall
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Solving Private Accommodation Facilities-Guests-Helpers Matching Task Based on Genetic Algorithm -- A Trial from the Viewpoint of Tripartite Matching --
Hiroshi Wakuya, Yudai Tsuchiya, Hideaki Itoh, Nobuo Mishima (Saga Univ.) SIS2019-49
Recently, a private accommodation service has been provided in Hizen-Hamashuku, Kashima City, Saga Prefecture where is o... [more] SIS2019-49
SIS 2019-03-06
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. Science, Katsushika Campus A Trial of Evacuation Route Planning for Multiple People Based on Genetic Algorithm
Yudai Tsuchiya, Hiroshi Wakuya, Hideaki Itoh, Nobuo Mishima (Saga Univ) SIS2018-42
Recently, we have quite a lot of natural disasters, and it reminds us
an importance in disaster prevention. In the pre... [more]
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology Restricted Representation for Attentional Items of Feature Map Developed by a Self-Organizing Map
Hiroshi Wakuya, Yuukou Tanaka, Hideaki Itoh (Saga Univ.) NC2017-56
A self-organizing map (SOM) can be seen as a signal converter preserving its topology between the input and output space... [more] NC2017-56
NC 2015-01-29
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology Model Learning of Multiple Tasks of Developmental Scales using Inductive Logic Programming
Yuki Tsuru, Hideaki Itoh, Hisao Fukumoto, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ.) NC2014-63
Making a robot that is as versatile as human beings is a great technical challenge.
To make such a versatile intelligen... [more]
NC 2012-10-04
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) An Application of the Virtual Magnetic Diminuendo Method to Combinatorial Optimization Problems -- Towards Autonomous System for Effective Assignment --
Hiroshi Wakuya, Taichi Inoue, Hideaki Itoh, Hisao Fukumoto, Tatsuya Furukawa (Saga Univ.) NC2012-48
In general, there are quite a lot of constraints, when we try to solve actual combinatorial optimization problems. A fa... [more] NC2012-48
AI 2010-11-19
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. Learning Goal-Directed Reasoning by Relational Reinforcement Learning
Hideaki Itoh, Hisao Fukumoto, Hiroshi Wakuya, Tatsuya Furukawa (Saga Univ.) AI2010-31
Goal-directed reasoning is a type of reasoning in which an agent, who does not know how to achieve its goal, infers the ... [more] AI2010-31
NC 2009-10-23
Saga Saga University An Application of VMD/CSW Method to Travelling Salesman Problem
Kiyotaka Yamashita, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ.) NC2009-39
A virtual magnetic diminuendo (VMD) method inspired from the correspondence between the Hopfield network and the spin gl... [more] NC2009-39
NC 2008-11-07
Saga Saga Univ. A Visualized Analysis on State Transition in Hopfield Network -- An Application to Search Process of N Queens Problem --
Kiyotaka Yamashita, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ.) NC2008-60
A Hopfield network is a good tool for solving combinatorial optimization problems, but it sometimes reaches a poor solut... [more] NC2008-60
NC, NLP 2008-06-27
Okinawa University of the Ryukyus A visualized analysis on state transition in Hopfield network -- Search process of combinatorial optimization problems --
Kiyotaka Yamashita, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ.) NC2008-28
A Hopfield network is a good tool for solving combinatorial optimization problems, even though it sometimes fails to fin... [more] NC2008-28
NC 2007-11-19
Saga Saga Univ. Online Feedback Error Learning Control of Neural Network with Scaling Factor for an Inverted Pendulum
Yuzuru Morita, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ.) NC2007-66
This paper presents an application of the feedback error learning technique for online control of an inverted pendulum s... [more] NC2007-66
NC 2007-11-19
Saga Saga Univ. A Moving Image Generation Based on Sequential Backward Projection in Self-Organizing Map
Takahiro Ishiguma, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ.) NC2007-68
A self-organizing map (SOM) is a topology-preserving projector between the input and the competitive layers. Recently, a... [more] NC2007-68
NC 2007-03-16
Tokyo Tamagawa University An Application to Pattern Generation Based on Backward Projection of Self-Organized Feature Map -- In the Case of Face Mark 'Emoticon' --
Takahiro Ishiguma, Hiroshi Wakuya (Saga Univ)
A major feature of the self-organizing map (SOM) is a topology-preserving
projection between the input and competitive... [more]
NC 2006-11-10
Saga Saga University On-line training controller which controls inverted pendulum -- An analysis of reversalization of control command --
Yoichiro Sankai, Hiroshi Wakuya, Yuzuru Morita (Saga Univ.)
In general, computer simulations are useful techniques to confirm effectiveness
of the control scheme, but the actual ... [more]
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