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NLP 2016-03-25
Kyoto Kyoto Sangyo Univ. Stability analysis of amplitude death in Cartesian product networks of delayed coupled oscillators
Yoshiki Sugitani, Keiji Konishi, Naoyuki Hara (Osaka Pref. Univ.) NLP2015-157
This report investigates amplitude death in Cartesian product networks of delayed coupled oscillators. The Cartesian pro... [more] NLP2015-157
RCS, SIP 2014-01-23
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. Cartesian Multikernel Adaptive Filtering
Masahiro Yukawa (Keio Univ.) SIP2013-104 RCS2013-274
The new concept of Cartesian multikernel adaptive filtering which employs $Q$ positive definite kernels is presented. Th... [more] SIP2013-104 RCS2013-274
SANE 2012-01-27
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Evaluation of The Adaptive Gain Non-process-noise Tracking Method's Tracking Performance
Takurin Sou, Yoshio Kosuge, Isamu Matsunami (Nagasaki Univ.) SANE2011-152
The discussion of radar tracking using an NP (Non-process noise) in which prediction (state estimate extrapolation) is c... [more] SANE2011-152
WIT 2011-08-05
Kyoto Sugiura Community Care Res. Center Efficacy evaluation of parameter optimization for a Cartesian scanning method alternative to mouse-pointer manipulation
Takuya Tsunoda, Toyohiko Hayashi, Yoshinobu Maeda, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.), Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (ITSC), Naoki Tondokoro (WAIL) WIT2011-32
Personal computers have become indispensable for persons with severe motor disabilities in order to ensure communication... [more] WIT2011-32
NLC 2011-07-08
Tokyo IBM Japan, Ltd. Logics Before Language -- For a new civilization and human --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (system engineer) NLC2011-10
Western Logics has been treating only propositions. In Japan, where no academic society for logics exists, and, in gener... [more] NLC2011-10
IT 2011-01-18
Nara   Disk Allocation Methods for Cartesian Product Files by using Unequal Error Protection Codes
Tomohiko Saito, Hiroshige Inazumi (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.), Toshiyasu Matsushima (Waseda Univ.), Shigeichi Hirasawa (Cyber Univ.) IT2010-55
Allocation methods for Cartesian product files on multiple disks by using linear error-correcting codes were proposed. I... [more] IT2010-55
COMP 2009-04-17
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Pathwidth of 3-dimensional grids
Ryohei Suda, Yota Otachi, Koichi Yamazaki (Gunma Univ.) COMP2009-3
The notion of pathwidth of graphs has been introduced by Robertson and Seymour.Pathwidth, which has relations to bandwid... [more] COMP2009-3
COMP 2008-12-03
Gunma Gunma Univ. A lower bound for tree-width of Cartesian product graphs
Kyohei Kozawa, Yota Otachi, Koichi Yamazaki (Gunma Univ.) COMP2008-46
In this paper, we give a lower bound
for tree-width of Cartesian product graphs.
To be more precise,
we show that ... [more]
MW 2008-11-21
Nagasaki Nagasaki-Univ. A Wide-Band Cartesian Feedback Power Amplifier Using Phase Lead Circuits
Naoko Matsunaga, Kenichi Horiguchi, Ryoji Hayashi (Mitsubishi Electric corporation) MW2008-135
A Cartesian feedback power amplifier is one of the negative feedback amplifiers. The problem of a Cartesian feedback pow... [more] MW2008-135
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