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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
ET 2022-07-09
13:10
Online Online English word quiz application with affix and root information
Ryo Shimizu, Sumiyo Nishiguchi (OUC) ET2022-8
When learning English vocabulary, to break down words into their affixes and roots and to group similar words together b... [more] ET2022-8
pp.1-4
CAS, NLP 2021-10-14
15:50
Online Online Implementation of a Generative Adversarial Network as Bitwise Neural Network
Takuma Matsuno, Gauthier Lovic (Ariake College) CAS2021-28 NLP2021-26
Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) is an artificial intelligence algorithm in which a generative network, which produc... [more] CAS2021-28 NLP2021-26
pp.62-67
CAS, ICTSSL 2021-01-28
17:15
Online Online A Hardware Implementation of Neural Networks using HDLRuby, a Ruby-based Hardware Description Language
Ryota Sakai, Yuki Maehara, Lovic Gauthier (NITAC) CAS2020-53 ICTSSL2020-38
In the recent years, FPGAs have been attracting attention as neural network accelerators for their superior performance ... [more] CAS2020-53 ICTSSL2020-38
pp.79-84
CAS, ICTSSL 2021-01-28
17:35
Online Online Study of a Hardware Implementation of a Long Short-Term Memory with HDLRuby
Yuki Maehara, Ryota Sakai, Lovic Gauthier (NITAC) CAS2020-54 ICTSSL2020-39
In the recent years, many global companies have attempted to use FPGA for implementing applications in the field of AI s... [more] CAS2020-54 ICTSSL2020-39
pp.85-90
WIT, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2020-10-22
10:25
Online Online Improving Web accessibility on a website for screen reader users and people who need the ruby element on each Kanji
Wakaba Hamamatsu, Maimi Hoshi, Mieko Nakagawa, Kuniomi Shibata (Tsuda Univ.) SP2020-8 WIT2020-9
The ruby element in Japanese websites is a barrier for screen readers. Screen readers read out Japanese ruby text after ... [more] SP2020-8 WIT2020-9
pp.1-6
IT, EMM 2018-05-18
14:45
Tokyo Ookayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology A Data Embedding Method for Ruby Scripts transformed into Non-Alphanumeric Characters based on Structure of Numerical Expressions
Hirohisa Hioki (Kyoto Univ.) IT2018-11 EMM2018-11
An esoteric method is known, which can convert any Ruby script into an equivalent one consisting only of non-alphanumeri... [more] IT2018-11 EMM2018-11
pp.59-64
WIT, SP 2017-10-19
14:55
Fukuoka Tobata Library of Kyutech (Kitakyushu) Database of Japanese words partialy written in kana in elementary school text books
Masakazu Suzuki (Kyushu Univ.), Katsuhito Yamaguchi (Nihon Univ.) SP2017-39 WIT2017-35
In elementary schools in Japan, Chinese (Kanji) characters that can be used
in a class change in accordance with the y... [more]
SP2017-39 WIT2017-35
pp.29-32
KBSE 2014-05-29
17:15
Kanagawa Keio Univ.(Raiou-sha, Hiyoshi Campus) Design and implementation of Ruby front-end for GPGPU
Tomoyuki Nakatsuka, Hirohide Haga (Doshisha Univ.) KBSE2014-6
This paper describes the design and implement of Ruby library named ``rbcuda''
for GPGPU based on CUDA programming envi... [more]
KBSE2014-6
pp.31-36
SS 2012-03-13
13:05
Okinawa Tenbusu-Naha A development assistance method for Ruby on Rails Application with Alloy
Hiroaki Mizutani, Shoji Yuen (Nagoya Univ.) SS2011-64
We propose a development assistance method by converting Ruby on Rails Web application into Alloy models. Alloy analyzes... [more] SS2011-64
pp.43-48
VLD, CPSY, RECONF, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2012-01-26
13:30
Kanagawa Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University development and evaluation of ParaRuby: a distributed GPGPU framework using Ruby
Ryo Nakamura, Masato Yoshimi, Mitsunori Miki (Doshisha Univ.) VLD2011-113 CPSY2011-76 RECONF2011-72
Graphic Processing Unit (GPU), which was entirely used for image processing, has been widely applied to general computat... [more] VLD2011-113 CPSY2011-76 RECONF2011-72
pp.129-134
ET 2012-01-21
14:35
Chiba   An Internship Instance of Developing an Assistance System for Promoting Group Events Using Ruby
Tomoya Okada, Yousuke Korenaga, Yuji Hamada, Daiki Ikeda, Junki Shimizu, Tatsuya Takebayashi, Nobuo Funabiki, Toru Nakanishi (Okayama Univ.), Hiroyuki Ishihara, Junyuki Satou, Yoshinori Otori, Takayuki Koumoto, Mayumi Ota (Sys Nakashima) ET2011-95
The Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology in Okayama University has offered a special exercise class named “... [more] ET2011-95
pp.35-40
AN, MoNA, USN
(Joint)
2011-01-20
10:50
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University Design and implementation of the web framework for ubiquitous sensor network
Takayuki Nakamura, Yuka Higashijima, Yutaka Arakawa, Motonori Nakamura (NTT) USN2010-41
This paper describes the design and implementation of
the web framework for ubiquitous sensor network applications,
wh... [more]
USN2010-41
pp.19-24
ET 2010-03-05
16:05
Kochi Kouchi Univ. Learning-support Environment of Distributed Object Ruby Programming using Networked Game
Satosi Koyama, Nobuyoshi Yonezawa (Kogakuin Univ.) ET2009-131
We propose a system for supporting the distributed object learning with Ruby programming. Learners can learn how to code... [more] ET2009-131
pp.159-164
ICM 2009-07-09
17:10
Yamagata   [Special Talk] Special Lecture on Ruby Programming
Yuuji Hirose (Tohoku University of Community Service and Science) ICM2009-19
(To be available after the conference date) [more] ICM2009-19
pp.35-37
ET 2008-12-13
13:20
Miyazaki   Development of Face-to-Face Class Communication Support System for Sharing Question and Answer Information
Nobuhiro Nakashima, Tatsuya Furukawa, Hisao Fukumoto (Saga Univ.), Masashi Ohchi (Chiba Inst. of Tech.) ET2008-65
If a student has some questions on a class subject, one should ask questions during a class. However, the student who ca... [more] ET2008-65
pp.41-45
ET 2008-10-17
15:55
Okayama   A Proposal of An Optimal Assignment Algorithm for General Academic
Tomoya Shoji, Hiroki Fujii, Kanako Uemura, Hiroki Kawano, Nobuo Funabiki, Toru Nakanishi (Okayama Univ.) ET2008-48
Currently, general academic subjects in Okayama University consist of four categories, namely, “main subjects”, “individ... [more] ET2008-48
pp.51-56
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