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MSS, CAS, SIP, VLD 2023-07-07
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Population-Game-Based Distributed Allocation Method of Dynamic Coverage and Target Tracking Tasks for Mobile Sensor Networks
Takafumi Kanazawa (Setsunan Univ.) CAS2023-19 VLD2023-19 SIP2023-35 MSS2023-19
This paper focuses on mobile sensor networks with a large number of heterogeneous mobile sensor nodes. Dynamic area cove... [more] CAS2023-19 VLD2023-19 SIP2023-35 MSS2023-19
MSS, NLP 2022-03-29
Online Online On an Integrator-based Toll Design for Selfish Routing with Departure Time Selection
Takafumi Kanazawa, Ryuichiro Shihara (Setsunan Univ.) MSS2021-81 NLP2021-152
Selfish routing is a model of agents who select their traveling paths selfishly in order to minimize their latencies. Th... [more] MSS2021-81 NLP2021-152
MSS, CAS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2020-11-26
Online Online Globally Optimal Task Allocation to Multiple Types of Agents with Reduction of Selectable Tasks
Hiroki Watanabe (Osaka Univ.), Takafumi Kanazawa (Setsunan Univ.) CAS2020-33 MSS2020-25
In allocation problems of a variety of tasks to multiple types of agents with different abilities, the efficiency of an ... [more] CAS2020-33 MSS2020-25
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
PI Controller for Population-Independent Imitation of Success
Kou Kajiyama, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2019-57
 [more] MSS2019-57
SS, MSS 2020-01-14
Hiroshima   Smith Dynamics-Based Task Allocation Considering Differences of Abilities among Agents
Hiroki Watanabe, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2019-45 SS2019-29
In task allocation problems, efficiency of an allocation is strongly dependent on relationship between properties of tas... [more] MSS2019-45 SS2019-29
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2019-11-28
Fukuoka   A Population Game Model of Customers' Behaviors based on Review Score Ranking
Daiki Kuromi, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2019-45 MSS2019-24
In recent years, the online shopping has become common.In many review sites, customers can refer to an average rating ra... [more] CAS2019-45 MSS2019-24
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2019-11-29
Fukuoka   Edge Taxation Method for Selfish Routing in Elastic Demand Networks
Yoshiki Matsui, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka univ.) CAS2019-61 MSS2019-40
A selfish routing is a model of selfish players in networks. Each player tries to select a path that minimizes his/her t... [more] CAS2019-61 MSS2019-40
MSS, CAS, SIP, VLD 2019-07-30
Iwate Iwate Univ. Subsidy Allocation Methods for Realizing Target Strategy Distribution in Population-Independent Imitative Dynamics
Kou Kajiyama, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2019-5 VLD2019-11 SIP2019-21 MSS2019-5
We propose two subsidy allocation methods to realize a target strategy distribution in a society for population games.In... [more] CAS2019-5 VLD2019-11 SIP2019-21 MSS2019-5
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-17
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Comparison between musical ensemble performance by human and one by agents -- Toward multi-agent orchestra --
Satoshi Kawase, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) HCS2019-21 HIP2019-21
This study investigated the group creativity of musical ensemble performance comparing performances by human and agents,... [more] HCS2019-21 HIP2019-21
Fukui Bunkyo Camp., Univ. of Fukui Population Game Model of Customers with Erroneous Perceptions of Values on Reviews
Daiki Kuromi, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2018-86
In recent years, the online shopping has become common.
On the review site, consumers can estimate values of the contri... [more]
MSS, SS 2019-01-15
Okinawa   [Invited Talk] Game Theoretic Approach to Power Consumption Reduction Problem with Incentive Allocation
Yuta Hasegawa, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2018-65 SS2018-36
The demand response is attracting attention to perform electric power load leveling. In this paper, we consider a power ... [more] MSS2018-65 SS2018-36
CAS, SIP, MSS, VLD 2018-06-15
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. (Frontier Research in Applied Sciences Build.) Edge Taxation Method of Selfish Routing Games Based on Network Structure
Yoshiiki Matsui, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2018-22 VLD2018-25 SIP2018-42 MSS2018-22
A selfish routing is a model of selfish players in networks. Each player tries to select a path that minimizes his trave... [more] CAS2018-22 VLD2018-25 SIP2018-42 MSS2018-22
CAS, SIP, MSS, VLD 2018-06-15
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. (Frontier Research in Applied Sciences Build.) Analysis of Stealth Marketing based on Imitative Dynamics with Reference to Another Customer's Evaluation on Current Action
Daiki Kuromi, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2018-23 VLD2018-26 SIP2018-43 MSS2018-23
In recent years, the online shopping has become common.
Since there is no common standard in the evaluation on the revi... [more]
CAS2018-23 VLD2018-26 SIP2018-43 MSS2018-23
Osaka   Subsidy Based PI Controller for Multipopulation Replicator Dynamics under the Existence of Unobservable Populations
Ryo Kadoya, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2017-88
Many social systems consist of many selfish players. Each player may not have the same senses of values. Therefore, ther... [more] MSS2017-88
SS, MSS 2018-01-18
Hiroshima   Weighted Potential for Multipopulation Access Point Selection Games
Yuki Kodera, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2017-52 SS2017-39
Wireless access networks are characterized by interactions among users and/or communication carriers. An access point se... [more] MSS2017-52 SS2017-39
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2017-11-17
Tokyo   Game Model of Selfish Consumers in Power Consumption Reduction Problem under Aggregator's Incentive Allocation
Yuta Hasegawa, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2017-58 MSS2017-42
In power supply, the demand response is attracting attention to perform electric power load leveling. Consumers are offe... [more] CAS2017-58 MSS2017-42
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2017-11-17
Tokyo   Imitative Dynamics Based on Ordered Weighted Average of Payoff Differences and Its Relation with Equilibrium Concepts in Multicriteria Games
Kosuke Iewaki, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2017-59 MSS2017-43
In this paper, we propose an evolutionary dynamics for multicriteria games based on the ordered weighted average (OWA) o... [more] CAS2017-59 MSS2017-43
SIP, CAS, MSS, VLD 2017-06-20
Niigata Niigata University, Ikarashi Campus On Customer Review-based Imitative Dynamics and Effects of Stealth Marketing
Sho Hattori, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2017-15 VLD2017-18 SIP2017-39 MSS2017-15
In this paper, we model consumers' behaviors based on customer review on the Web as a population game.
The review-based... [more]
CAS2017-15 VLD2017-18 SIP2017-39 MSS2017-15
MSS, SS 2017-01-27
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology Subsidy Based Implementation of PI Controller for Multipopulation Replicator Dynamics
Ryo Kadoya, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2016-68 SS2016-47
In social systems, each player is considered to make a decision selfishly, and desirable states are not always realized.... [more] MSS2016-68 SS2016-47
MSS, CAS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2016-11-25
Hyogo Kobe Institute of Computing Imitation Dynamics with Population-Varying Revision Intervals of Strategies
Manao Machida, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2016-74 MSS2016-54
 [more] CAS2016-74 MSS2016-54
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