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MICT, WBS 2022-07-25
Okayama Okayama Prefectural University xASK-CodeSK for Simultaneous Lightwave Information and Power Transfer
Yu Ichitsuka, Yusuke Kozawa, Hiromasa Habuchi (Ibaraki Univ.) WBS2022-27 MICT2022-27
In the visible light communications, simultaneous light information and power transfer can be realized by using a solar ... [more] WBS2022-27 MICT2022-27
MICT, WBS 2022-07-25
Okayama Okayama Prefectural University MPSC-Based Optical Fingerprint Positioning System using Search-area Partitioning
Daisuke Ogawa, Yuta Ochiai, Yusuke Kozawa, Hiromasa Habuchi (Ibaraki Univ.) WBS2022-30 MICT2022-30
There is growing interest in positioning system in order to provide location based services. As a positioning system sui... [more] WBS2022-30 MICT2022-30
MICT, WBS 2022-07-25
Okayama Okayama Prefectural University Theoretical analysis of packet success rate considering packet synchronization timing gaps on energy-efficient on-demand WSNs
Masanori Suetake, Hiromasa Habuchi (Ibaraki Univ.) WBS2022-32 MICT2022-32
In on-demand wireless sensor networks (WSNs), a method has been proposed to improve packet success rate (PSR) performanc... [more] WBS2022-32 MICT2022-32
CCS, NLP 2022-06-10
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
On Auto-Correlation Properties of Random Numbers Generated by Two Markov Binary Sequences
Shuzo Okuno, Akio Tsuneda (Kumamoto Univ.) NLP2022-13 CCS2022-13
Markov binary sequences generated by 2-state Markov source are one of typical information sources and they have exponent... [more] NLP2022-13 CCS2022-13
SIP, BioX, IE, MI, ITE-IST, ITE-ME [detail] 2022-05-19
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Kurokami Campus
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A sequence design for a Phase-Coded Pulse radar using Discrete Prolate Spheroidal Sequences
Yutaka Jitsumatsu (Tokyo Tech.) SIP2022-2 BioX2022-2 IE2022-2 MI2022-2
We study the design of signals for phase-coded pulse radar so that the absolute values of function values other than the... [more] SIP2022-2 BioX2022-2 IE2022-2 MI2022-2
IT, EMM 2022-05-17
Gifu Gifu University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Hearable Music Data Hiding Scheme Based on Reverb Effects Utilizing Time-Spread Echo Hiding
Teppei Niimoto, Raito Matsuzaki, Akira Tanaka, Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College) IT2022-4 EMM2022-4
In digital data hiding, a property called "transparancy" is required in general. This property means that the embedded s... [more] IT2022-4 EMM2022-4
IT, ISEC, RCC, WBS 2022-03-11
Online Online Characteristics of Square-low detection type M-ary modulation system using pseudo-orthogonal M-sequence pairs
Xun Liang, Gen Li, Hiromasa Habuchi (Ibaraki Univ.) IT2021-132 ISEC2021-97 WBS2021-100 RCC2021-107
Square-low detection schemes using pseudo-noise (PN) codes have been investigated. Two main schemes have been investigat... [more] IT2021-132 ISEC2021-97 WBS2021-100 RCC2021-107
SS 2022-03-08
Online Online Dynamic Graph Based Visualization to Combine Sequence and Object Diagrams
Aki Hongo, Naoya Nitta (Konan Univ.) SS2021-59
To reverse engineer complex behavior of realistic object-oriented programs based on UML is still challenging. For exampl... [more] SS2021-59
CAS, CS 2022-03-04
Online Online Second Order Reed-Muller Sequences and Their Decoding over Unsourced Random Access Multipath Fading Channels
Tsukasa Osaka, Hinako Nakanishi, Tomotaka Kimura, Jun Cheng (Doshisha Univ.) CAS2021-101 CS2021-103
Unsourced random access communication systems using the second-order Reed-Muller sequences are proposed over multiple ac... [more] CAS2021-101 CS2021-103
Online Online [Short Paper] Evaluation of Bit Error Rate Performance of Synchronized SS-CDMA with Time Synchronization Error
Chihiro Yamashita, Suguru Kameda (Hiroshima Univ.) SR2021-120
Synchronized spread spectrum code division multiple access (SS-CDMA) is very effective for increasing the uplink capacit... [more] SR2021-120
EA, SIP, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-03-02
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] Transformer-based Text Decoding using Electrocorticography
Shuji Komeiji, Kai Shigemi (TUAT), Takumi Mitsuhashi, Yasushi Iimura, Hiroharu Suzuki, Hidenori Sugano (Juntendo Univ.), Koichi Shinoda (Tokyo Tech), Toshihisa Tanaka (TUAT) EA2021-87 SIP2021-114 SP2021-72
Invasive brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) are a promising neurotechnology for achieving direct speech communication from ... [more] EA2021-87 SIP2021-114 SP2021-72
RCS, SIP, IT 2022-01-20
Online Online Enumeration of Both-Ends-Fixed $k$-ary Necklaces and Its Applications
Hiroshi Fujisaki (Kanazawa Univ.) IT2021-48 SIP2021-56 RCS2021-216
We consider both-ends-fixed $k$-ary necklaces and enumerate all such necklaces of length $n$ from the viewpoints of symb... [more] IT2021-48 SIP2021-56 RCS2021-216
NLP 2021-12-18
Oita J:COM Horuto Hall OITA Markov Binary Sequences Generated by Post-Processing Based on Nonlinear Feedback Shift Registers
Akio Tsuneda (Kumamoto Univ.), Naruaki Maeda (NEC) NLP2021-59
In general, random numbers are required to be uniform and uncorrelated. However, it is known that correlated random numb... [more] NLP2021-59
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] A Study of MIMO SC-FDE for Large-capacity Transmission using Millimeter-wave Band
Yoshifumi Matsusaki, Fumiya Yamagishi, Tomohiro Shimazaki, Takayuki Nakagawa, Naohiko Iai (NHK)
The authors are conducting research and development on large-capacity transmission technology using millimeter-wave band... [more]
RCS 2021-10-22
Online Online Physical-Layer Cell Identity Detection Probability for Millimeter Wave Single-Carrier Transmission
Daisuke Inoue, Mamoru Sawahashi (Tokyo City Univ.), Haruhi Echigo, Satoshi Nagata (NTT DOCOMO) RCS2021-136
This paper presents the sequences and multiplexing scheme for the primary synchronization signal (PSS) and secondary syn... [more] RCS2021-136
CAS, NLP 2021-10-15
Online Online Search Algorithms for Stowage Planning with Loading and Unloading Using Sequence-Triple
Taiki Suzuki, Toshihiko Takahashi (Niigata Univ.) CAS2021-34 NLP2021-32
Stowage Planning is the problem determining an arrangement of given loads in a container of a desired size.
In this rep... [more]
CAS2021-34 NLP2021-32
TL 2021-09-18
Online Online Chunking mechanisms of object drawing in preschoolers
Zijian Tian, Takeshi Kishiyama, Tzu-Yin Chen, Yuki Hirose (UTokyo), Michiru Makuuchi (NRCPD) TL2021-15
The human ability to construct hierarchical structures is commonly found in the processing of symbol systems such as lan... [more] TL2021-15
NLC 2021-09-16
Online Online An Attempt to Extraction of Cause-Effect Expressions by Sequence-Labeling
Hiroki Sakaji, Kiyoshi Izumi (The Univ. of Tokyo), Atsuo Kato (DIR), Shintaro Nagao (DAM) NLC2021-6
In this research, we propose a method for extracting cause-effect expressions using the general language model and clue ... [more] NLC2021-6
DE, IPSJ-DBS, IPSJ-IFAT 2021-09-16
Online Online Ensemble BERT-BiLSTM-CNN Model for Sequence Classification
Vuong Thi Hong (NII/SOKENDAI), Takasu Atsuhiro (NII) DE2021-12
Ensemble methods use multiple learning algorithms to obtain better predictive performance. Currently, deep learning mode... [more] DE2021-12
EMM, IT 2021-05-20
Online Online An Improved Key Generation Method in Knapsack Cryptosystem using Shifted-odd and Super-increasing Sequence
Minami Sato, Yasuyuki Murakami (OECU) IT2021-1 EMM2021-1
The security of most of the public-key cryptosystem depends
on the difficulty of the factoring problem,
the discrete l... [more]
IT2021-1 EMM2021-1
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