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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
QIT
(2nd)
2023-12-17
17:30
Okinawa OIST
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] Loss-Assisted Space Expansion of a Photon-Based Quantum Reservoir -- Preparatory Study for Bosonic Quantum Reservoir Computing --
Akio Yoshizawa (AIST)
Reservoir-computing systems consist of an input layer, the reservoir, and the output layer. As opposed to the convolutio... [more]
MSS, CAS, SIP, VLD 2023-07-06
15:20
Hokkaido
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Study on Golomb Coding for Scrambled Domain Layered Coding Compatible with JPEG XS
Takayuki Nakachi (Univ. of the Ryukyus), Hiroyuki Kimiyama (Daido), Mitsuru Murayama (KAIST) CAS2023-10 VLD2023-10 SIP2023-26 MSS2023-10
In this report, we propose a Golomb coding method for scrambled domain layered coding compatible with JPEG XS. The propo... [more] CAS2023-10 VLD2023-10 SIP2023-26 MSS2023-10
pp.47-52
OCS, OFT, OPE
(Joint) [detail]
2023-02-17
14:10
Okinawa kukuru-itomancity
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A study on a PLC-based six-mode multi/demultiplexer using Y-branch mode converter and optical unitary converter
Yasuto Yoshida, Takanori Sato, Takeshi Fujisawa (Hokkaido Univ.), Takayoshi Mori, Taiji Sakamoto, Yoko Yamashita, Ryota Imada, Kazuhide Nakajima (NTT), Kunimasa Saitoh (Hokkaido Univ.) OCS2022-86 OFT2022-62 OPE2022-115
A selective/non-selective six-mode (de)multiplexer using planar lightwave circuits (PLC) is designed to realize mode-div... [more] OCS2022-86 OFT2022-62 OPE2022-115
pp.80-85(OCS), pp.53-58(OFT), pp.105-110(OPE)
SIS, ITE-BCT 2022-10-13
13:55
Aomori Hachinohe Institute of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
An 8K image perceptual scramble scheme for JPEG XS standard
Takayuki Nakachi (Univ. of the Ryukyus), Hiroyuki Kimiyama (Daido), Mitsuru Murayama (KAIST) SIS2022-11
In this report, we propose a scrambled image compression algorithm for the JPEG XS standard. The JPEG XS is a low-delay,... [more] SIS2022-11
pp.1-6
MWP 2021-05-26
17:00
Online Online Study on multimode-fiber transmission capacity expansion based on precise measurement of time-domain variation of frequency response
Takuya Koyama, Ryoga Kawabata, Shota Nakamaru, Zu-Kai Weng (Waseda Univ.), Keizo Inagaki (NICT), Kunihisa Jitsuno, Tetsuya Kawanishi (Waseda Univ.) MWP2021-6
With the advent of the IoT society, the demand for low-cost moderate transmission capacity fiber optic communication is ... [more] MWP2021-6
pp.23-28
SIS 2018-12-07
11:25
Yamaguchi Hagi Civic Center Improvement of Data Detection Method in Data Embedding to Printed Image
Masashi Shiba, Mitsuji Muneyasu, Soh Yoshida (Kansai Univ.) SIS2018-34
To associate a printed medium with information on the Internet, data-embedding and detecting method using the camera of ... [more] SIS2018-34
pp.67-72
OPE, LQE, OCS 2018-10-19
09:30
Saga   A Design of Low MDL Scrambling-type PLC 6 Mode Multi/ Demultiplexer
Motoki Shirata, Misa Kudo, Takeshi Fujisawa (Hokkaidou Univ.), Taiji Sakamoto, Takashi Matsui, Kyozo Tsujikawa, Kazuhide Nakajima (NTT), Kunimasa Saitoh (Hokkaidou Univ.) OCS2018-40 OPE2018-76 LQE2018-65
The design of four-, six-, and eight-mode scrambling-type mode multi/demultiplexers (mode scramblers) together with the ... [more] OCS2018-40 OPE2018-76 LQE2018-65
pp.65-70
CS, CAS 2016-02-26
10:20
Wakayama Laforet Nanki-Shirahama Hotel Performance Evaluation of E-SDM-OFDM Systems using Partial Scrambling SLM for PAPR Reduction
Yusuke Ohki, Osamu Muta (Kyushu Univ.), Haris Gacanin (Nokia, Belgium), Hiroshi Furukawa (Kyushu Univ.) CAS2015-87 CS2015-92
One of major drawbacks in OFDM is its high peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR). As a conventional method to reduce PAPR i... [more] CAS2015-87 CS2015-92
pp.39-44
NS, RCS
(Joint)
2015-12-18
09:10
Ehime Matsuyama Community Center A study on partial scrambling SLM for PAPR reduction of OFDM signals
Yusuke Ohki, Osamu Muta, Hiroshi Furukawa (Kyushu Univ.) RCS2015-260
One of major drawbacks in OFDM is its high peak-to-average power ratio(PAPR). As a conventional method to reduce PAPR in... [more] RCS2015-260
pp.99-102
IE, EMM, LOIS, IEE-CMN, ITE-ME [detail] 2014-09-18
16:05
Kochi   Reversible Privacy Protection Technique Controlling Quantitative Scramble Degree and File Size Increase
Shingo Shimaura, Seok Kang, Yuji Sakamoto (Hokkaido Univ.) LOIS2014-21 IE2014-34 EMM2014-51
We propose a reversible privacy protection technique for surveillance camera which enables controlling quantitative scra... [more] LOIS2014-21 IE2014-34 EMM2014-51
pp.41-46
EMM 2014-03-07
15:00
Ishikawa JAIST [Poster Presentation] Study on scramble method for speech signal by using random bit shift of quantization
Zhi Zhu, Katsuhiko Yamamoto, Masashi Unoki (JAIST), Naofumi Aoki (Hokkaido Univ.) EMM2013-109
Speech scrambling aims to eliminate the intelligibility of original speech in order to preventing eavesdropping and copy... [more] EMM2013-109
pp.57-62
EMM, EA 2013-11-15
09:45
Hiroshima Prefectural University of Hiroshima, Satellite Campus Hiroshima Study on Semi-Scramble Method for Speech Signals Based on Phonemic Restoration
Katsuhiko Yamamoto, Zhi Zhu, Masashi Unoki (JAIST), Naofumi Aoki (Hokkaido Univ.) EA2013-78 EMM2013-78
Speech scramble method can encrypt the digital audio signal for guaranteeing the confidentiality of speech content.
Th... [more]
EA2013-78 EMM2013-78
pp.59-64
EMM, ISEC, SITE, ICSS, IPSJ-CSEC, IPSJ-SPT [detail] 2012-07-19
14:35
Hokkaido   A Hiding Technique of Copy-Disturbance Noises Based on Temporal Scrambling of Narrow-band Components -- G-encoder Mark for COPY PROTECT --
Toshio Modegi, Shin'ichi Miyazaki (DNP), Goh Sekiguchi, Yuji Kosuda (DAC) ISEC2012-15 SITE2012-11 ICSS2012-17 EMM2012-7
We are developing a novel noise hiding technique, which can make audible copy disturbance noises embedded in the acousti... [more] ISEC2012-15 SITE2012-11 ICSS2012-17 EMM2012-7
pp.43-49
CS 2010-07-08
13:55
Kagoshima Yoron Park Hotel, Kagoshima [Invited Talk] High-efficient and low-cost burst-mode transmission scheme using a redundant scrambler
Akio Tajima, Toshihiko Okamura, Seigo Takahashi (NEC Corp.) CS2010-14
To realize high-capacity access network, 10Gbps-class next generation PON (NG-PON) technologies have been developed. As ... [more] CS2010-14
pp.29-33
WBS, SIP 2007-08-07
10:30
Kochi Green Hall (2nd fl.), Kochi Green-Kaikan Partial-Scrambling in Bitstream Level without Generating Marker Codes for JPEG 2000 Coded Images
Tomonori Iida, Masaaki Fujiyoshi, Hitoshi Kiya (Tokyo Metro. Univ.) SIP2007-76 WBS2007-25
This paper proposes a partial-scrambling for JPEG 2000 coded images. The proposed method scrambles images by the exchang... [more] SIP2007-76 WBS2007-25
pp.25-30
SIP, CAS, CS 2007-03-06
09:30
Tottori Blancart Misasa (Tottori) [Poster Presentation] Visual Quality Evaluation for MPEG Video Scrambling
Yosuke Toyota, Koichi Takagi, Masaru Sugano, Satoshi Miyaji, Yasuhiro Takishima (KDDI R&D Lab.) CAS2006-93 SIP2006-194 CS2006-110
In this paper, we raise an issue of a visual quality evaluation of scrambled MPEG-2 video. We proposed a visibility cont... [more] CAS2006-93 SIP2006-194 CS2006-110
pp.7-9
IE 2006-05-19
16:20
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology Digital Video Scrambling Method within Closed Region Using MPEG Intra Frame Prediction
Yosuke Toyota, Haruhisa Kato, Koichi Takagi, Shigeyuki Sakazawa, Yasuhiro Takishima (KDDI R&D Lab.)
In this paper, we propose a digital video scrambling method for MPEG video that works directly in the compressed domain.... [more] IE2006-18
pp.37-42
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