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SP, IPSJ-SLP, EA, SIP [detail] 2023-03-01
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Representation and Prediction of Accent Phrase Prosodic Features in Japanese Text-to-Speech
Masaki Sato, Shinnosuke Takamichi, Hiroshi Saruwatari (The Univ. of Tokyo) EA2022-108 SIP2022-152 SP2022-72
In order to use speech synthesis in a variety of situations such as dialogue systems and emotional expression in audiobo... [more] EA2022-108 SIP2022-152 SP2022-72
EST 2023-01-26
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
FDTD analysis of a plasmonic grating coupler
Hinami Nakasaka, Kazuma Takeya, Jun Shibayama, Junji Yamauchi, Hisamatsu Nakano (Hosei Univ.) EST2022-79
We analyze a plasmonic grating coupler at optical frequencies, considering the angle of incidence and the shape of diele... [more] EST2022-79
OFT 2022-10-13
Kanagawa Kanagawa-Kenmin Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Validity of vectorial electromagnetic field analysis for optical fibers with circularly-distributed n-core and a central core
Naoto Kishi, Kento Kyuno (UEC) OFT2022-32
Validity of group-theory adapted point-matching method for electromagnetic
fields analysis of vectorial modes for opti... [more]
PN 2022-04-25
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] Vectorial electromagnetic field analysis methods for circularly-distributed strongly-coupled n-core optical fibers
Kishi Naoto (UEC) PN2022-3
In this article, vectorial electromagnetic field analysis methods for strongly-coupled circularly-distributed $n$-core ... [more] PN2022-3
EST 2022-01-28
Online Online FDTD analysis of an InSb sphere array on a dielectric substrate in the THz region
Takuma Kuroda, Jun Shibayama, Junji Yamauchi, Hisamatsu Nakano (Hosei Univ.) EST2021-92
We investigate a periodic array of an InSb sphere on a substrate at terahertz (THz) frequencies using the three-dimensio... [more] EST2021-92
EST 2022-01-28
Online Online Analysis of arbitrarily-shaped dispersive media using the DCP-FDTD method in the THz region
Tetsuya Iwamoto, Jun Shibayama, Junji Yamauchi, Hisamatsu Nakano (Hosei Univ.) EST2021-93
The conventional finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method is formulated in the Cartesian coordinate system. Therefore... [more] EST2021-93
EMT, IEE-EMT 2021-11-04
Online Online On the Calderon preconditioning with an oblique mesh for the isogeometric boundary element method for the Maxwell equations
Yuusuke Takeuchi, Kazuki Niino (Kyoto Univ.) EMT2021-29
In this study, we consider the Calderón’s preconditioning on oblique meshes in the isogeometric bound- ary element metho... [more] EMT2021-29
EMT, IEE-EMT 2021-11-05
Online Online A Study on Numerical Analysis of Resistive Wall Wake fields in Accelerator Beam Pipes using Boundary Element Method
Kazuhiro Fujita (Saitama IT) EMT2021-44
A better understanding of electromagnetic interaction of relativistic electron beams with resistive walls of accelerator... [more] EMT2021-44
OPE, MW, IEE-EMT, MWP, EST, EMT, THz [detail] 2021-07-16
Online Online Efficient Analysis of Waveguide Devices Using Axi-symmetric Full-Vectorial Finite Element Method
Keita Morimoto, Akito Iguchi, Yasuhide Tsuji (Muroran Inst. Tech.) EMT2021-23 MW2021-28 OPE2021-17 EST2021-24 MWP2021-25
In order to improve the efficiency of analysis and design of 3D optical devices with axisymmetric structure, we investigat... [more] EMT2021-23 MW2021-28 OPE2021-17 EST2021-24 MWP2021-25
OPE, MW, IEE-EMT, MWP, EST, EMT, THz [detail] 2021-07-16
Online Online A Study on Boundary Element Analysis of Accelerator Beam Pipes with Walls of Finite Conductivity
Kazuhiro Fujita (SIT) EMT2021-27 MW2021-32 OPE2021-21 EST2021-28 MWP2021-29
Recent high-energy particle accelerators and X-ray free electron laser projects need a better understanding of electroma... [more] EMT2021-27 MW2021-32 OPE2021-21 EST2021-28 MWP2021-29
EST 2021-01-21
Online Online Development of the FDTD method for the analysis of arbitrarily-shaped dispersive media
Jun Shibayama, Tetsuya Iwamoto, Junji Yamauchi, Hisamatsu Nakano (Hosei Univ.) EST2020-59
With the fi nite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method in the Cartesian coordinate system, the staircase approximation sh... [more] EST2020-59
OFT 2021-01-15
Online Online Validity of vectorial electromagnetic field analysis for circularly-distributed n-core optical fibers
Kishi, Naoto, Kobayashi, Gouta (UEC) OFT2020-51
Validity of group-theory adapted point-matching method for electromagnetic
fields analysis of vectorial mode in circul... [more]
EST 2020-01-31
Oita Beppu International Convention Center Comparative Study of THz sensors with InSb elements
Jun Nakano, Jun Shibayama, Junji Yamauchi, Hisamatsu Nakano (Hosei Univ.) EST2019-97
We investigate and compare terahertz (THz) sensors with indium antimonide (InSb) elements. THz sensors with cross-dipole... [more] EST2019-97
EST 2020-01-31
Oita Beppu International Convention Center Efficient boundary condition of finite element method for propagation analysis using propagation operator
Keita Morimoto, Yasuhide Tsuji (Muroran Inst. Tech.) EST2019-99
In finite element method (FEM) for electromagnetic wave simulation of open-system problem, it is necessary to absorb the... [more] EST2019-99
PRMU, MI, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2019-09-04
Okayama   Inter-frame interpolation by height constraint for sequential human silhouette images -- Application to forensic gait analysis under low frame-rate condition --
Daisuke Imoto, Kenji Kurosawa, Masakatsu Honma, Ryo Yokota, Manato Hirabayashi, Yoshinori Hawai (NRIPS) PRMU2019-19 MI2019-38
Boundary information is important for defining the shape of an object or a person as a first approximation, and widely u... [more] PRMU2019-19 MI2019-38
AP 2019-06-20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. FDTD Modeling of a Horizontal Dipole Antenna Located above Metasurface
Akihide Kurahara, Toru Uno, Takuji Arima (Tokyo Univ Of Agriculture And Tech) AP2019-16
We have proposed a surface impedance boundary condition (SIBC) based FDTD modeling method to calculate the characteristi... [more] AP2019-16
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Study on a coaxial thermoacoustic system with regionally expanded the outer tube diameter
Yukihiro Takeyama (Doshisha Univ.), Shin-ichi Sakamoto (Univ. of Shiga Pref.), Daichi Kuroki, Riku Onishi, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2018-97
Thermoacoustic systems can perform cooling and electric generation by using waste heat of factory and sunlight, so they ... [more] US2018-97
Aichi Toyota Automobile Museum FDTD modeling of a horizontal dipole antenna located above metasurface using surface impedance boundary condition
Akihide Kurahara, Toru Uno, Takuji Arima (TUAT) AP2018-165
This paper investigates an FDTD modeling method for precisely calculating the characteristics of a single, that is, a no... [more] AP2018-165
IBISML 2018-11-05
Hokkaido Hokkaido Citizens Activites Center (Kaderu 2.7) [Poster Presentation] Estimation of Sparse Basis Representation for Non-periodic data
Shun Katakami, Hirotaka Sakamoto, Yasuhiko Igarashi, Masato Okada (Univ. Tokyo) IBISML2018-71
In this research, we propose a method to estimate a sparse basis representation for non-periodic data. For periodic data... [more] IBISML2018-71
EST, MW, OPE, MWP, EMT, IEE-EMT, THz [detail] 2018-07-20
Hokkaido   Quantitative evaluation of required distance between objects and absorbing boundaries in electromagnetic simulation for open space
Takuichi Hirano (Tokyo City Univ.) EMT2018-36 MW2018-51 OPE2018-39 EST2018-34 MWP2018-35
Electromagnetic simulation is difficult because there are large freedom in modeling of excitation and boundaries. Absorb... [more] EMT2018-36 MW2018-51 OPE2018-39 EST2018-34 MWP2018-35
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