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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
CCS 2024-03-27
10:15
Hokkaido RUSUTSU RESORT Performance Evaluation of Coupling Models between Oscillators for Performance Improving of Desynchronization-type TDMA
Hiroyuki Yasuda (The Univ. of Tokyo), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Kazuyuki Aihara (The Univ. of Tokyo)
 [more]
CCS 2024-03-27
11:05
Hokkaido RUSUTSU RESORT Implementation of High-Density Wireless Spiking Neural Networks with Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access
Haruto Ota, Ryuji Nagazawa, Jiaying Lin, Kien Nguyen (Chiba Univ.), Hiroyuki Torikai (Housei Univ.), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Woo-Joo Hwang (Pusan National Univ.), Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ.)
 [more]
SRW, SeMI
(Joint)
2023-11-22
09:30
Tokyo Koganei Campus, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Short Paper] A Study on Port Arrangement of Analog Beamforming Network Using 3-dimensional Luneburg Lens
Maki Arai, Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) SRW2023-34
In this report, we propose a method to design an input/output-port arrangement using a directivity correlation matrix fo... [more] SRW2023-34
p.31
CCS 2023-11-11
16:50
Toyama Toyama Prefectural University An Application of Deep Reinforcement Learning to Link Selection in Optical Satellite Communication Networks
Keigo Makizoe, Maki Arai (TUS), Koji Oshima, Kenji Suzuki (NICT), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS) CCS2023-32
 [more] CCS2023-32
pp.43-46
MIKA
(3rd)
2023-10-11
14:30
Okinawa Okinawa Jichikaikan
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] Pulse Detection Method for Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access in High Attenuation Environment
Mayu Horiuchi, Atsushi Nakamura (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.), Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz (NICT), Naoki Wakamiya (Osaka Univ.), Maki Arai (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.), Kiyoshi Egawa (KYOWA), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.)
Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access (APCMA) has been proposed for accurate message separation and demodulation in hi... [more]
NLP, CAS 2023-10-07
11:10
Gifu Work plaza Gifu Performance Evaluation on Coupling Model between Oscillators for Performance Improvement of Autonomous Decentralized TDMA
Takuma Osada (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Hiroyuki Yasuda (The Univ. of Tokyo), Maki Arai (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Song-Ju Kim (SOBIN), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) CAS2023-52 NLP2023-51
IoT wireless communication devices are expected to be placed in very high densities, and it is important to realize a co... [more] CAS2023-52 NLP2023-51
pp.100-103
CCS, IN
(Joint)
2023-08-04
10:58
Hokkaido Banya-no-yu Resource Allocation Optimization in Multi-User NOMA Systems Using Higher-Order Hamiltonians
Shuho Ishibashi, Ohtsuka Teppei, Maki Arai (TUS), Aohan Li (UEC), Hiroki Takesue, Kensuke Inaba (NTT), Kazuyuki Aihara (UT), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS) CCS2023-24
Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) is a next-generation communication technology in which multiple users share a sing... [more] CCS2023-24
pp.37-42
SeMI, RCS, RCC, NS, SR
(Joint)
2023-07-14
10:00
Osaka Osaka University Nakanoshima Center + Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Study on Coupling Functions between Nonlinear Oscillators for Performance Improvement of Autonomous Decentralized TDMA
Takuma Osada (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Hiroyuki Yasuda (The Univ. of Tokyo), Maki Arai (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Song Ju Kim (SOBIN), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) SR2023-42
IoT wireless communication devices are expected to be placed in very high densities, and it is important to realize a co... [more] SR2023-42
pp.64-68
CCS 2023-03-26
16:05
Hokkaido RUSUTSU RESORT Simple Applications of WiBIC with Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access
Jiaying Lin, Ryuji Nagazawa, Kien Nguyen (Chiba Univ.), Hiroyuki Torikai (Hosei Univ.), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ.), Won-Joo Hwang (Pusan National Univ.), Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ.) CCS2022-78
In this study, we propose to combine Spiking Neural Network and IoT network to construct a distributed information proce... [more] CCS2022-78
pp.85-90
CCS 2023-03-26
16:25
Hokkaido RUSUTSU RESORT Scalable Channel Allocation in Downlink NOMA Using Parallel Array of Laser Chaos Decision-Maker
Masaki Sugiyama (TUS), Li Aohan (UEC), Makoto Naruse (UTokyo), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS) CCS2022-79
Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) is a technology that allows multiple users to share the same channel with appropri... [more] CCS2022-79
pp.91-96
CCS 2023-03-26
16:45
Hokkaido RUSUTSU RESORT Applying Reinforcement Learning Algorithms to Selecting Ground Station in Satellite-Terrestrial Optical Communication
Keigo Makizoe, Atsuhiro Yumoto (TUS), Koji Oshima, Suzuki Kenji (NICT), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS) CCS2022-80
Optical satellite communications enable high-capacity communications, one of the fundamental technologies for a non-terr... [more] CCS2022-80
pp.97-100
CCS 2022-11-17
15:20
Mie
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A study on optimization of sanitization system with multiple autonomous robots
Tatsuya Aida (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Hideyuki Wakai (Androbotics), Takashi Miki, Tamaki Ishikura, Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) CCS2022-48
Since the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic, the demands for disinfecting indoor environments have increased. In this pa... [more] CCS2022-48
pp.25-30
SR 2022-11-08
14:00
Fukuoka Fukuoka University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Technology Exhibit] Demonstration of a high-density communication scheme APCMA using 500 transmitters
Kentaro Honda, Atsushi Nakamura, Kouhei Shiotsuka (TUS), Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz (NICT), Naoki Wakamiya (Osaka Univ.), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS) SR2022-65
Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access (APCMA) has been proposed as a new Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) network technology... [more] SR2022-65
pp.105-108
RISING
(3rd)
2022-10-31
14:00
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa (Day 1), and Online (Day 2, 3) [Poster Presentation] Performance evaluation and establishment of optimal parameters of many LoRa devices
Kohei Shiotsuka, Kentaro Honda (TUS), Kenji Leibnitz, Ferdinand Peper (CiNet), Naoki Wakamiya (OU), Yoshihiro Maeda, Mikio Hasegawa (TUS)
Various long-range low-power communication technologies (Low-Power-Wide-Area, LPWA) suitable for IoT wireless communicat... [more]
MIKA
(3rd)
2022-10-13
11:10
Niigata Niigata Citizens Plaza
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] A study on high-speed channel assignment for dynamic NOMA system by laser chaos decision maker
Aoi Matsuoka, Masaki Sugiyama (Tokyo University of Science), Aohan Li (The University of Electro-Communications), Makoto Naruse (The University of Tokyo), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo University of Science)
Laser Chaos Decision Maker has been shown to enable ultra-fast and high-performance decision-making on the GHz order. Pr... [more]
MIKA
(3rd)
2022-10-13
11:10
Niigata Niigata Citizens Plaza
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Content Caching Optimization in mmWave Autonomous Mobility-Assisted Piggyback Network
Daisuke Yamamoto (TUS), Yozo Shoji (NICT), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS)
Piggyback Network is a high capacity data distribution platform based on store-carry-forwarding by autonomous mobilities... [more]
MIKA
(3rd)
2022-10-14
10:40
Niigata Niigata Citizens Plaza
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] Reinforcement Learning-based Method for Reducing Power Consumption of BLE Advertisements
Minoru Fujisawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Hiroyuki Yasuda (The Univ. of Tokyo), Ryosuke Isogai, Yoshifumi Yoshida (SEIKO FUTURE CREATION INC.), Song-Ju Kim (SOBIN Inst.), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) has been applied to various IoT applications due to the popularization of Bluetooth-enabled d... [more]
IN, CCS
(Joint)
2022-08-04
14:20
Hokkaido Hokkaido University(Centennial Hall)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Study of Low Power BLE Advertising Method Based on Reinforcement Learning
Hiroyuki Yasuda (The Univ. of Tokyo), Minoru Fujisawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Ryosuke Isogai, Yoshifumi Yoshida (SEIKO HOLDINGS Corp.), Song-Ju Kim (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Yozo Shoji (NICT), Kazuyuki Aihara (The Univ. of Tokyo), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) CCS2022-33
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) has been applied to various IoT services because of its versatility and energy efficiency. In... [more] CCS2022-33
pp.35-40
CCS, NLP 2022-06-10
15:15
Osaka
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Performance evaluation of CSS-APCMA applied to Massive IoT LPWA using GNU Radio/USRP
Atsushi Nakamura, Kentaro Honda (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.), Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz (NICT), Naoki Wakamiya (Osaka Univ.), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.) NLP2022-21 CCS2022-21
Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access (APCMA) can avoid collisions even in high-density IoT environments. When multipl... [more] NLP2022-21 CCS2022-21
pp.106-110
CCS, NLP 2022-06-10
16:20
Osaka
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Study on Autonomous Distributed TDMA Using Synchronization Theory for Low Power Intermittent Communication
Hiroyuki Yasuda (The Univ. of Tokyo), Takahito Mitsui (Technical Univ. of Munich), Kazuyuki Aihara (The Univ. of Tokyo), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) NLP2022-23 CCS2022-23
The Internet of Things (IoT), a large-scale network of many communication terminals, requires autonomous decentralized c... [more] NLP2022-23 CCS2022-23
pp.117-122
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