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- 2022-12-16
Kagawa Onsite (Sunport Takamatsu) and Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Multi-Agent Simulation Model for individual purchasing behavior & shortages -- Multi-agent learning on networks under uncertain information --
Arata Maeda, Takashi Takekawa (Kogakuin Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
AI 2022-09-16
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Verification of the Effectiveness of Complex Traffic Control Policies based on Multi-Agent Simulation
Naoki Sugie, Hiromitsu Hattori (Ritsumeikan Univ.) AI2022-27
The interplay between the urban transportation environment and people's mobility is a complex phenomenon, and solving th... [more] AI2022-27
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Multi-Agent Deep Q-Learning based Inter-Cell Interference Coordination for Cellular Systems
Liu Yuchen, Chang Yuyuan, Fukawa Kazuhiko (Tokyo Tech) RCS2022-119
In small cell systems, inter-cell interference (ICI) can severely degrade the overall system capacity. To alleviate ICI,... [more] RCS2022-119
MWPTHz, EST, MW, EMT, OPE, IEE-EMT [detail] 2022-07-19
Hokkaido Asahikawa Civic Culture Hall
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Research on Dynamic Grouping System for STEAM Education
Aya kojima, Hideaki Kimura (Chubu Univ.) EMT2022-9 MW2022-33 OPE2022-12 EST2022-10 MWPTHz2022-7
In recent years, due to the accelerating progress of computer performance, research and development of systems that link... [more] EMT2022-9 MW2022-33 OPE2022-12 EST2022-10 MWPTHz2022-7
ICTSSL 2022-05-27
Toyama University of Toyama
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Evaluation of Need for Bridges in Evacuation Using Multi-Agent Simulation -- A Case Study of Namie Town in Fukushima --
Munenari Inoguchi, Seishu Suzaki (Univ. of Toyama) ICTSSL2022-7
In general, the necessity of bridges is often evaluated by the cost-benefit ratio, and the importance of use in the even... [more] ICTSSL2022-7
Hokkaido WSSIT2022
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Road Traffic Light Control System that Considers the Schedule and Urgency of Drivers
Jieshuo Zhang, Kazuhiko Iwase, Tomoaki Takemura, Shun Higashikawa, Shoko Abe, Tomoyuki Ohkubo, Hisashi Hayashi (AIIT) AI2021-26
In recent years, road traffic signal control systems have been devised in various ways to alleviate traffic congestion. ... [more] AI2021-26
KBSE 2022-03-10
Online Online (Zoom) Multi-agent Simulation to Predict Schedule Risks in Student's projects
Fumihiro Kumeno (NIT) KBSE2021-52
We have conducted a software development project course with real clients; non-profit organizations of local community, ... [more] KBSE2021-52
SeMI, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI 2022-03-07
Online Online Non-Backtracking Consensus Algorithm for Sensor Networks
Akihito Taya (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) SeMI2021-86
This paper proposes a non-backtracking consensus algorithm for sensor networks. By focusing on the amount of information... [more] SeMI2021-86
ICTSSL, CAS 2022-01-21
Online Online Study on Regional Income Gaps Using Multi-Agent Simulation
Akihiro Murakami, Nao Itou (NITT) CAS2021-72 ICTSSL2021-49
In recent years, regional income gaps have become a major issue around the world. Since some studies have shown that wid... [more] CAS2021-72 ICTSSL2021-49
Online Online Pinning consensus control of a group of quadrotors modeled by a directed acyclic graph
Akinori Sakaguchi, Toshimitsu Ushio (Osaka Univ.) MSS2020-50
In this study, we consider a pinning consensus control problem with a given altitude for a group of heterogeneous quadro... [more] MSS2020-50
KBSE 2021-03-06
Online Online Efficient Evacuation Support in Mountainous Areas Using UAV
Itsuki Tago, Yasushi Kambayashi (NIT) KBSE2020-43
We have witnessed various natural disasters in many regions. Even though people pay attention to tsunami, land-slides in... [more] KBSE2020-43
AI 2020-12-11
Shizuoka Online and HAMAMATSU ACT CITY
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
An Automated Driving Strategy for Microscopic Road Traffic Using Multi-Agent Deep Reinforcement Learning
Ryota Suwa, Toshiharu Sugawara (Waseda Univ.) AI2020-7
This study proposes a method for interaction-aware automated driving in microscopic road traffic simulations using multi... [more] AI2020-7
AI 2020-12-11
Shizuoka Online and HAMAMATSU ACT CITY
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Preliminary Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Approach for Responding Dynamic Traffic in Communication Destination Anonymization
Keita Sugiyama, Naoki Fukuta (Shizuoka Univ.) AI2020-10
In this paper, we describe our prototype mechanism using the simulation-based multi-agent reinforcement learning for aut... [more] AI2020-10
KBSE, SC 2020-11-14
Online Online + Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg.
(Primary: Online, Secondary: On-site)
Risk prediction in software development project course with real clients
Fumihiro Kumeno (NIT) KBSE2020-23 SC2020-27
We have conducted a software development project course with real clients; non-profit organizations of local community, ... [more] KBSE2020-23 SC2020-27
ICTSSL, CAS 2020-01-31
Tokyo   Evacuation behavior simulation in large-scale commercial facilities
Koichiro Daidai, Kyou Takata, Norika Nakamura, Nao Itou (NITT) CAS2019-93 ICTSSL2019-62
In this study, we investigate the effect of the presence of a guide on the evacuation time using a multi-agent simulatio... [more] CAS2019-93 ICTSSL2019-62
ICTSSL, CAS 2020-01-31
Tokyo   Study of Multi-Agent Economic Simulation Model Based on Microeconomics
Tomoki Nakamura, Akihiro Murakami, Nao Ito (NITT) CAS2019-94 ICTSSL2019-63
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of neutral currency as a local currency on the economy using multi-a... [more] CAS2019-94 ICTSSL2019-63
ICTSSL, IN 2019-10-17
Oita   Comparison of Efficiency between Fixed and Mobile Disaster Information Transmitters
Naoki Kobayashi, Yamazaki Tatsuya (Niigata Univ.), Sato Shosuke (Tohoku Univ.) ICTSSL2019-18 IN2019-32
To promote evacuation at the time of disaster, appropriate local information needs to be certainly transmitted to the ev... [more] ICTSSL2019-18 IN2019-32
CQ 2019-08-28
Hokkaido Hakodate arena Optimal spreading of disaster warnings using VANETs -- Importance of quick sharing of evacuation information based on the experience of the Great East Japan Earthquake --
Kota Ichikawa, Alberto Gallegos, Taku Noguchi (Ritsumeikan Univ.) CQ2019-87
In recent years, the need of Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs) during disasters has increased. For example, during the ... [more] CQ2019-87
CQ 2019-07-18
Niigata Niigata Univ. [Poster Presentation] Study on Source Allocation in a Local Information Transmitting System for Evacuation Simulation
Naoki Kobayashi, Tatsuya Yamazaki (Niigata Univ.) CQ2019-43
Evacuation simulation has been used as a tool to imitate human actions at the time of disaster. Among many evacuation si... [more] CQ2019-43
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-17
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Comparison between musical ensemble performance by human and one by agents -- Toward multi-agent orchestra --
Satoshi Kawase, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) HCS2019-21 HIP2019-21
This study investigated the group creativity of musical ensemble performance comparing performances by human and agents,... [more] HCS2019-21 HIP2019-21
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