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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
MI, IE, SIP, BioX, ITE-IST, ITE-ME [detail] 2020-05-29
09:30
Online Online Accuracy improvement of instantaneous frequency estimation using variable FIR filter with transmission zeros
Keisuke Takao, Takahiro Natori (TUS), Toma Miyata (Salesian Polytechnic), Naoyuki Aikawa (TUS) SIP2020-6 BioX2020-6 IE2020-6 MI2020-6
Frequency estimation of sine wave signals has been studied in a wide range of fields.One of the methods is to use instan... [more] SIP2020-6 BioX2020-6 IE2020-6 MI2020-6
pp.23-28
SIP 2019-08-29
14:45
Tokyo   Investigation of Finite Word Length Design Method for Linear Phase FIR Filters with Variable Stopband Considering Reduction of Polynomial Coefficients
Toma Miyata (Salesian Polytechnic), Naoyuki Aikawa (TUS) SIP2019-41
In this paper, we investigate a finite word length design of linear phase variable FIR filters with variable multiple el... [more] SIP2019-41
pp.11-16
SIP 2018-08-20
14:00
Tokyo Takushoku Univ. Bunkyo Campus. Design method of variable FIR filters with specified attenuation in part of stopband
Takakazu Kimura (TUS), Toma Miyata (Salesian Polytechnic), Yoshinori Tarumoto (ISHIDA), Takahiro Natori, Naoyuki Aikawa (TUS) SIP2018-57
In the field of digital signal processing, the frequency characteristics may be instantaneously changed according to the... [more] SIP2018-57
pp.1-5
RCS, SIP 2014-01-23
16:05
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. A Study of Sparse FIR Filter Design Using PSO
Toma Miyata, Kenji Suyama (Tokyo Denki Univ.) SIP2013-107 RCS2013-277
In this paper, a sparse FIR filter design method using PSO is studied. In the method, IPSO is applied. The amplitude res... [more] SIP2013-107 RCS2013-277
pp.129-132
CAS, CS, SIP 2012-03-09
09:20
Niigata The University of Niigata A Design Method for IIR Filters with Changeable Multifactors in the Stopband Using Successive Projection Method
Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) CAS2011-150 SIP2011-170 CS2011-142
In this paper, we propose a design method for variable IIR digital filters with changeable multifactors in the stopband ... [more] CAS2011-150 SIP2011-170 CS2011-142
pp.239-244
RCS, SIP 2012-01-27
14:20
Fukuoka Fukuoka Univ. A Design Method of Fanfilter with a part of variable attenuation in the stopband
Nanako Ubayama, Naoyuki Aikawa, Toma Miyata (TUS) SIP2011-111 RCS2011-300
 [more] SIP2011-111 RCS2011-300
pp.187-192
MSS, CAS, VLD, SIP 2011-06-30
09:40
Okinawa Okinawa-Ken-Seinen-Kaikan Complex Chebyshev Approximation Method for FIR Filters Using a Recalculated Maximum Allowable Deviation
Kosuke Teramoto, Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Yasunori Sugita, Toshinori Yoshikawa (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) CAS2011-3 VLD2011-10 SIP2011-32 MSS2011-3
A previous Successive Projections (SP) method must determinate arbitrary maximum allowable deviation.
As the result, th... [more]
CAS2011-3 VLD2011-10 SIP2011-32 MSS2011-3
pp.13-18
SIP, RCS 2011-01-20
15:45
Kagoshima   A Design Method for Variable IIR digital filter with Changing Multifactors in the Stopband
Nanako Ubayama, Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) SIP2010-93 RCS2010-223
A field of the digital signal processing demand digital filters with changing frequency characteristics.
The filter tha... [more]
SIP2010-93 RCS2010-223
pp.143-148
SP, EA, SIP 2010-05-27
15:20
Hyogo Konan Univ. (Hirao Seminar House) A Design Method of Linear Phase FIR Filters by Successive Projections Method Updating Maximum Allowable Error
Kosuke Teramoto, Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Yasunori Sugita, Toshinori Yoshikawa (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) EA2010-21 SIP2010-21 SP2010-21
A applicability of Successive Projections (SP) method is wide. In the previous SP method which is an iterative approxima... [more] EA2010-21 SIP2010-21 SP2010-21
pp.121-126
SIP, CAS, CS 2010-03-01
09:20
Okinawa Hotel Breeze Bay Marina, Miyakojima A Design Method of Variable Linear-phase FIR Filters for Checkweighers
Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.) CAS2009-79 SIP2009-124 CS2009-74
Automatically dynamic measurement systems to measure object weights are used in logistics and food industry, etc.
The s... [more]
CAS2009-79 SIP2009-124 CS2009-74
pp.7-12
RCS, SIP 2010-01-21
13:10
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. A Design of IIR Digital Filters with Variable Stopband Using Semidefinite Programming
Nanako Ubayama, Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) SIP2009-80 RCS2009-214
Several application in digital signal processing demand variable digital filters with arbitrary variable frequency respo... [more] SIP2009-80 RCS2009-214
pp.43-48
SIP, IE, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2009-10-15
13:40
Fukui Awara Onsen "Matsuya Sensen" Farrow Structure of Variable Notch FIR Digital Filters Using Reduction Method of Polynomial Coefficients
Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Tokyo Univ. of Science) SIP2009-58 IE2009-83
In this report, we propose a design method of FIR digital filters obtaining qausi-equiripple characteristic even if some... [more] SIP2009-58 IE2009-83
pp.11-16
CAS, SIP, VLD 2007-06-21
14:50
Hokkaido Hokkaido Tokai Univ. (Sapporo) Stability Criterion Based on System Matrix and Adaptation to the Design of IIR Filters
Toma Miyata, Naoyuki Aikawa (Nihon Univ.), Yasunori Sugita, Toshinori Yoshikawa (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) CAS2007-14 VLD2007-30 SIP2007-44
In general, it is necessary to guarantee stability for the design of IIR filters. Then, the method of guaranteeing stabi... [more] CAS2007-14 VLD2007-30 SIP2007-44
pp.79-84
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