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EMM 2021-03-04
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Object Boundary Correction for Monocular Depth Estimation Using Region Segmentation
Ikuma Yasukawa, Shoko Imaizumi (Chiba Univ.) EMM2020-67
We propose a new method to generate high-quality depth images in this paper. The proposed method corrects object boundar... [more] EMM2020-67
EMT, IEE-EMT 2019-11-08
Saga Hotel Syunkeiya On the topology optimisation for cloaking structures
Hiroshi Isakari, Ryo Yamamoto, Toru Takahashi, Toshiro Matsumoto (Nagoya Univ.) EMT2019-64
In this paper, we propose a new topology optimisation for cloaking structures which make target objects invisible. In c... [more] EMT2019-64
ISEC, SITE, LOIS 2019-11-02
Osaka Osaka Univ. Consideration regarding Critical Infrastructure Protection Policies in Cybersecurity -- Approach from the "Science and Technology Studies (STS)" --
Hideyuki Fujii, Takumi Kimura (NRI Secure) ISEC2019-80 SITE2019-74 LOIS2019-39
A comparison of critical infrastructure protection strategies in each country's cyber security policy reveals that there... [more] ISEC2019-80 SITE2019-74 LOIS2019-39
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
EMT, IEE-EMT 2016-11-18
Wakayama Shirahama Coganoi Resort & Spa Impedance boundary condition based on an effective medium approximation of surface roughness for multiscale FDTD analysis
Kazuhiro Fujita (Fujitsu) EMT2016-63
In order to solve multiscale electromagnetic wave problems, which include objects with significantly different scales co... [more] EMT2016-63
SS 2014-05-09
Mie ISE SHIMIN - KATSUDOU Center Identifying Cross-Function Side Effects using Static Analysis
Jiachen Yang, Keisuke Hotta, Yoshiki Higo, Shinji Kusumoto (Osaka Univ.) SS2014-5
Side effects are modifications done to the state of the objects in Object-Oriented Programming languages such as Java. S... [more] SS2014-5
MI 2013-01-25
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Anatomical landmark-based local deformation method for medical registration
Keiko Morita, Atsushi Imiya (Chiba Univ.), Tomoya Sakai (Nagasaki Univ.), Yoshitaka Masutani (Dept. of Radiology, The Univ. of Tokyo Hospital), Hidekata Hontani (Naitech) MI2012-93
In this paper, we develop a method for constructing the mean boundary curve of anatomical objects by using anatomical la... [more] MI2012-93
MVE 2009-10-08
Hokkaido Eco Center 2000 Inconsistency Reduction on Occluding Boundary between a Real Hand and Virtual Objects in Mixed Reality.
Yasuhiro Tanaka, Itaru Kitahara, Yuichi Ohta (Tsukuba Univ) MVE2009-42
This paper proposes a system solving the occlusion problem in Mixed Reality and a method to reduce inconsistency on occl... [more] MVE2009-42
MVE 2005-03-24
Osaka Osaka Univ (Toyonaka) Proposal of an Interactive Model for Articulated Elastic Objects
Takafumi Watanabe, Jun Ohya (Waseda Univ.), Jun Kurumisawa (Chiba Univ. of Commerce), Yukio Tokunaga (Shibaura Institute of Technology)
We propose an articulated elastic model that can have interactive manipulations, complicated shapes and animation. By ar... [more] MVE2004-70
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