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R 2022-12-15
Online Online Modeling and Formulation for Estimation of Hazardous Event Rate
Yoshinobu Sato (Institute of Healthcare Quality Improvemen) R2022-46
Safety-related risk is defined by use of two characteristics of “severity of harm potentially brought about by a hazardo... [more] R2022-46
ICTSSL, IEE-SMF, IN 2021-10-22
Online Online Differences in Classification Accuracy of Landslide Hazard using Fixed-point Observation Images due to Network and Image Processing in Deep Learning
Keisuke Tokumoto, Makoto Kobayashi, Koichi Shin, Masahiro Nishi (Hiroshima City Univ.) ICTSSL2021-26
In recent years,several landslides included by heavy rains have caused a lot of human damage in Hiroshima. Early evacuat... [more] ICTSSL2021-26
ET 2021-03-06
Online Online Construction of a VR System for Attention Training for Occupational Safety Training in Construction Industry -- Development of BIM registration and group learning functions to support the educational practices of safety managers --
Yuto Uematsu, Yusuke Kometani, Naka Gotoda, Takayuki Kunieda, Rihito Yaegashi (Kagawa Univ.) ET2020-67
In Japan, about 1,000 workers die every year due to industrial accidents. The proportion of fatalities in the constructi... [more] ET2020-67
Online Online [Invited Lecture] A Hazardous Spot Detection Framework by Mobile Sensing and V2V Opportunistic Networks
Yoshito Watanabe, Yozo Shoji (NICT) SR2020-88
This study proposes a framework to detect hazardous spots on roads by combining mobile sensing on commercial-use vehicle... [more] SR2020-88
CAS, ICTSSL 2021-01-28
Online Online Study on Evacuation Navigation Considering Evacuee's Walking Speed
Naoki Kobayashi, Tatsuya Yamazaki (Niigata Univ.), Shosuke Sato (Tohoku Univ.) CAS2020-44 ICTSSL2020-29
To promote evacuation at disaster occurrence, appropriate local information needs to be certainly transmitted to evacuee... [more] CAS2020-44 ICTSSL2020-29
SSS 2018-12-18
Tokyo   Schematized Hazard Expressions Focusing on State Changes and Actions -- Comparison between S-A process chart and A-C model --
Mitsuo Shibagaki (ETAC), Fukuda Takabumi (Nagaoka Univ. of Techno.), Yoshinobu Sato (Nerima Hosp.) SSS2018-30
The State-Action process chart (S-A process chart) and the Action Changes and the action-chains model (A-C model) are te... [more] SSS2018-30
SSS 2018-08-14
Kyoto   Proposal of S-A Process Chart for Identification and Control of Hazards
Takabumi Fukuda (NUT), Mitsuo Shibagaki (ETAC), Yoshinobu Sato (Nerima Hos.) SSS2018-16
Hazards can be described by turning them into the model of process by which a systems state is successively changed by i... [more] SSS2018-16
R 2017-05-26
Okayama Purity Makibi [Invited Talk] A Summary of Elementary Software Reliability Modeling
Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2017-9
Software reliability is one of the most important characteristics of software quality. Its measurement and management te... [more] R2017-9
R 2016-07-29
Hokkaido Otaru Chamber of Commerce and Industry On Optimal Software Release Problems Based on a Hazard Rate Model with Effect of Change-Point
Shinji Inoue, Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2016-13
We often observed the case that the hazard rate of software failure-occurrence time intervals notably change in actual t... [more] R2016-13
SSS 2016-06-21
Tokyo   Representation of Primary/Secondary/Concomitant/Reciprocal Hazards by A-C Model
Yoshinobu Sato (JACO), Masahiko Takeichi (Nabtesco) SSS2016-12
New threats or hazards such as cyberattacks can be created by linking a system with another system. In order to identify... [more] SSS2016-12
R 2014-08-01
Hokkaido Smile Hotel Hakodate Hazard Rate Modeling for Software Reliability Assessment with Multiple Change-Point
Shinji Inoue, Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2014-14
This paper discusses software hazard rate modeling with the effect of multiple change-point occurrences for developing m... [more] R2014-14
R 2014-05-23
Aichi   On Change-Point Modeling for Software Reliability Assessment with the Truncated Distribution of Initial Fault Content
Shinji Inoue, Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2014-7
We discuss change-point modeling for software reliability assessment with the change of testing-environment. Especially,... [more] R2014-7
EMM 2014-05-16
Tokyo   A Proposal of 3D-Printing Regulation Technique for Fabricating Hazardous Devices or Copyright Violating Objects Using by Polygon Matching Algorithm
Toshio Modegi (DNP) EMM2014-5
Import of hazardous devices such as weapons are restricted by customs, but there is a novel problem occurred that we can... [more] EMM2014-5
IBISML 2014-03-07
Nara Nara Women's University Extention of Automatic Binary Logistic Estimation model for right censored survival data
Toshio Shimokawa (Univ. of Yamanashi) IBISML2013-81
An important theme in survival analysis is the investigation of prognosis factors that affect survival time. The tree-st... [more] IBISML2013-81
R 2013-05-17
Hiroshima   On Change-Point Detection in Software Reliability Models and Its Application to Reliability Assessment
Shinji Inoue, Shiho Hayashida, Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2013-7
A software hazard rate model is known as one of the important and useful mathematical models for describing a software f... [more] R2013-7
R 2012-05-25
Shimane   On Hazard Rate Modeling with Change-Point for Software Reliability Assessment
Shinji Inoue, Shiho Hayashida, Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2012-8
A software hazard rate model is known as one of the important and useful mathematical model for describing the software ... [more] R2012-8
R 2011-10-21
Fukuoka   Hazard Rate Model Considering the Change of Requirements Specification for the Porting Phase of an Embedded OSS
Yoshinobu Tamura (Yamaguchi Univ.), Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2011-31
The successful experience of adopting the distributed development model in such open source projects includes GNU/Linux ... [more] R2011-31
R 2010-05-28
Tottori   Reliability Assessment Method Considering Component Importance Levels for an Embedded OSS Porting Phase with Application to Optimal Software Release Problems
Yoshinobu Tamura (Yamaguchi Univ.), Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2010-10
For successful example, OSS (Open Source Software) systems which serve as key components of critical infrastructures in ... [more] R2010-10
R 2009-07-31
Hokkaido   Hazard Rate Model for Reliability Assessment with Application to Embedded Open Source Software
Yoshinobu Tamura (Yamaguchi Univ.), Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2009-26
In accordance with a penetration of the Internet, it is increasing public awareness of the importance of online real-tim... [more] R2009-26
PRMU 2008-10-23
Tokushima Tokushima Univ. Modeling Generation Process of Lane-Change Trajectories for Individual Drivers
Yoshihiro Nishiwaki, Chiyomi Miyajima, Norihide Kitaoka, Kazuya Takeda (Nagoya Univ.) PRMU2008-92
This paper describes a stochastic method to generate vehicle trajectories of lane change paths. Lane-changing time and v... [more] PRMU2008-92
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