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NC, NLP 2023-01-29
10:15
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Low complexity of neural activity caused by weak inhibition in spiking neural networks
Jihoon Park (NICT/Osaka Univ.), Yuji Kawai (Osaka Univ.), Minoru Asada (IPUT Univ./Osaka Univ./Chubu Univ./NICT) NLP2022-96 NC2022-80
The balance between excitatory and inhibitory neuronal activities (E/I) is an essential factor to perform normal functio... [more] NLP2022-96 NC2022-80
pp.81-86
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2022-05-19
16:15
Online Online Information Theory of Evolution -- The Driving Force of Saltative Evolution --
Kumon Tokumaru (Researcher) COMP2022-6
The evolution s from Prokaryote to Eukaryote and the birth of vertebrates are saltative. Plausibly they take place as sy... [more] COMP2022-6
pp.39-44
SIS 2021-03-04
15:00
Online Online [Tutorial Lecture] The Analysis of a Sound Wave Complexity for Keeping Sound Environment
Yoshiaki Makabe (Kanagawa Institute of Technology), Kenji Muto, Hideo Shibayama (Shibaura Institute of Technology), Tomoaki Kimura (Kanagawa Institute of Technology) SIS2020-49
We are conducting the study of evaluating method for environmental sound using complexity of time series wave of amplitu... [more] SIS2020-49
pp.77-82
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2020-05-09
15:10
Online Online Another time-complexity analysis for the maximal clique enumeration algorithm CLIQUES
Etsuji Tomita (Univ. Electro-Comm.), Alessio Conte (Univ. of Pisa) COMP2020-1
We revisit the maximal clique enumeration algorithm CLIQUES that appeared in Theoretical Computer Science 2006.
It is... [more]
COMP2020-1
pp.1-8
SWIM 2019-11-30
15:40
Tokyo TUS Kagurazaka Campus Fujimi Bldg. Studies on Stock Price Trend Prediction Using Candlestick Chart Patterns
Yoshihisa Udagawa (Tokyo University of Information Sciences) SWIM2019-23
Candlestick charting is one of the most popular techniques used to predict short-term stock price trends. Despite of the... [more] SWIM2019-23
pp.21-28
QIT
(2nd)
2019-05-21
12:00
Fukuoka Kyushu University, Chikushi Campus Analysis of Quantum Multi-Prover Zero-Knowledge Systems: Elimination of the Honest Condition and Computational Zero-Knowledge Systems for QMIP
Yusuke Kinoshita (Nagoya Univ.)
Zero-knowledge and multi-prover systems are both central notions in classical and quantum complexity
theory. There is, ... [more]

SANE 2019-01-25
13:00
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Effects of Input Data Uncertainties on an Air Traffic Control Difficulty Index
Sakae Nagaoka, Mark Brown (ENRI/MPAT), Daniel Delahaye (ENAC) SANE2018-104
Recent modernization of air traffic management systems promotes aviation towards trajectory based operations and perform... [more] SANE2018-104
pp.81-86
SIP, EA, SP, MI
(Joint) [detail]
2018-03-19
13:00
Okinawa   [Poster Presentation] Quantitative and corpus-based analysis of pronunciation diversity observed in Japanese English
Suguru Kabashima, Haoyu Zhang, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo), Satoshi Kobashikawa, Ryo Masumura (NTT) EA2017-113 SIP2017-122 SP2017-96
In foreign language teaching, corrective feedback to learners' pronunciation is regarded
as highly important and automa... [more]
EA2017-113 SIP2017-122 SP2017-96
pp.69-74
ET 2018-03-03
15:25
Kochi Kochi University of Technology (Eikokuji Campus)
Yuta Nakamura, Hidetake Uwano (NIT,Nara) ET2017-116
Source code understanding is highly time consuming task. Software developers are required to implement "readable code" a... [more] ET2017-116
pp.159-164
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2017-12-08
11:20
Ehime Ehime Univ. High data rate write head for perpendicular magnetic recording using main-pole tip exited method
Yoshihisa Nakamura (Tohoku Univ.), Ryo Itagaki, Yasushi Kanai (NIIT) MR2017-40
PMR write heads in which a main-pole tip are directly exited by thin film coils have superior performance compared with ... [more] MR2017-40
pp.87-92
OFT, OCS, IEE-CMN, ITE-BCT [detail] 2017-11-23
15:25
Osaka Kansa-Univ. Umeda Campus A Study on EXIT Chart Based Design of Low-Density Parity-Check Codes for Iterative Soft Beat Interference Canceller in Pilot-Assisted Optical-OFDM
Noboru Osawa, Shinsuke Ibi, Koji Igarashi, Seiichi Sampei (Osaka Univ.) OCS2017-60
This paper proposes a low density parity check (LDPC) code design based on extrinsic information transfer (EXIT) chart a... [more] OCS2017-60
pp.17-22
IBISML 2017-11-10
13:00
Tokyo Univ. of Tokyo IBISML2017-85 We consider binary classification problems using local features of objects. One of motivating applications is time-serie... [more] IBISML2017-85
pp.361-368
PN, NS, OCS
(Joint)
2017-06-16
15:25
Akita Akita Univ. A Study on EXIT Analysis of Pilot Assisted Direct-Iterative Detection for Optical-OFDM with Soft Beat Interference Canceller
Noboru Osawa, Shinsuke Ibi, Koji Igarashi, Seiichi Sampei (Osaka Univ.) OCS2017-20
This paper proposes a scheme of pilot assisted direct-iterative detection with soft beat interference canceller for opti... [more] OCS2017-20
pp.51-56
NS, RCS
(Joint)
2016-12-22
11:30
Ishikawa   A study on EXIT chart-based characteristic analysis in chaos MIMO transmission scheme using STBC and LDPC code
Naoto Horiike, Eiji Okamoto (NITech), Tetsuya Yamamoto (Panasonic) RCS2016-227
Chaos multiple-input multiple-output (C-MIMO) scheme has physical layer security and enables high quality transmission. ... [more] RCS2016-227
pp.105-110
SIS 2016-12-08
16:40
Hiroshima Hiroshima City Univ. The Fractal dimension of the environmental sound wave measured around airport.
Yoshiaki Makabe, Tomoaki Kimura (Kanagawa Institute of Technology), Kenji Muto (Shibaura Institute of Technology) SIS2016-40
We evaluate the environmental sound by its pressure level and frequency analysis. In fact, we don’t have good feeling wh... [more] SIS2016-40
pp.65-70
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM, IBISML [detail] 2016-09-06
10:45
Toyama   A proposal on quick sensitivity analysis of empirical risk minimization problems
Hiroyuki Hanada, Atsushi Shibagaki (NITech), Jun Sakuma (Univ. of Tsukuba), Ichiro Takeuchi (NITech) PRMU2016-80 IBISML2016-35
For a training data set consisting of $n$ vectors of $d$ dimensions, we consider obtaining a training result from it by ... [more] PRMU2016-80 IBISML2016-35
pp.203-210
HPB
(2nd)
2016-02-18
11:55
Tokyo Tokyo Denki University Coded Super-Dense Networks Exploiting Side Information for the Internet-of-Things
Khoirul Anwar (JAIST)
Super-dense wireless network is one of the most important and potential solutions with huge economic impact expected by ... [more]
IT 2015-09-04
13:00
Ishikawa Hakusan Shobutei [Invited Talk] An EXIT Analysis of Turbo Code with Rate Matching of XOR Coded Parity Compression
Shinsuke Ibi, Seiichi Sampei (Osaka Univ.) IT2015-40
This paper reveals a mechanism of rate matching of XOR coded parity compression (XCPC) in terms of extrinsic information... [more] IT2015-40
pp.37-42
RCS 2015-06-25
15:55
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. A study on EXIT chart analysis of chaos MIMO transmission scheme using turbo principle
Eiji Okamoto (NITech) RCS2015-77
Chaos multiple-input multiple-output (C-MIMO) scheme is a transmission scheme having both physical layer security and ch... [more] RCS2015-77
pp.185-190
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2015-05-19
15:45
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Participant Trajectory Collection in Poster Presentation Venue using Bluetooth Beacons -- A Case Study at the HCS2015-01 Meeting --
Masakatsu Ohta, Masafumi Matsuda, Tessei Kobayashi, Yuko Okumura, Hiroaki Sugiyama (NTT) HCS2015-11 HIP2015-11
This paper proposes a method for collecting spots visited by participants of events such as academic conferences and exh... [more] HCS2015-11 HIP2015-11
pp.91-96
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