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NC, NLP 2023-01-28
14:00
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Revisit on Computations for Bifurcation Problems-a follow-up
Tetsushi Ueta (Tokushima Univ.) NLP2022-88 NC2022-72
Python is gaining attention as a fundamental programming language for machine learning and data science. This report des... [more] NLP2022-88 NC2022-72
pp.36-41
NLP 2021-12-17
13:55
Oita J:COM Horuto Hall OITA Analysis of interconnected cardiac pacemaker cells -- Focusing on the Na channel --
Naoki Ushiroda, Shinji Doi (Kyoto Univ) NLP2021-50
The contraction and relaxation movements of the heart are controlled by electrical signals (action potentials) generated... [more] NLP2021-50
pp.32-37
NLP 2021-12-17
15:20
Oita J:COM Horuto Hall OITA Application of bifurcation point detection method by improved nested-layer particle swarm optimization to two-dimensional discrete dynamical systems
Takaya Hirayama, Haruna Matsushita (Kagawa Univ.), Hiroaki Kurokawa (Tokyo Univ. of Techology), Takuji Kousaka (Chukyo Univ.) NLP2021-53
Nested-layer particle swarm optimization (NLPSO) fails to detect a target bifurcation point when various types of bifurc... [more] NLP2021-53
pp.48-51
NLP 2021-12-17
16:20
Oita J:COM Horuto Hall OITA [Invited Talk] Revisit on Computations for Bifurcation Problems
Tetsushi Ueta (Tokushima Univ.) NLP2021-55
We are developing a bifurcation analysis tool written by Python. In this computer language, reliable functions which hav... [more] NLP2021-55
p.56
NLP 2021-12-18
09:50
Oita J:COM Horuto Hall OITA Proposal and Analysis of 1D Model of DC-DC Converter with TEM
Shota Uchino (NIT, Anan College), Takuji Kousaka (Chukyo Univ.), Satoshi Aoki, Hiroyuki Asahara (Okayama Univ. of Science) NLP2021-56
Current-controlled DC-DC converters have been analyzed by keeping the output voltage of the converter constant in order ... [more] NLP2021-56
pp.57-60
NLP, CCS 2021-06-11
13:30
Online Online Performance Investigation of Bifurcation Point Search Method Using Differential Evolution in Discrete Dynamical Systems
Ryo Adachi, Haruna Matsushita (Kagawa Univ.), Hiroaki Kurokawa (Tokyo Univ. of Technology), Takuji Kousaka (Cyukyo Univ.) NLP2021-6 CCS2021-6
Nested particle swarm optimization (NLPSO) has been proposed as a bifurcation point derivation method that doesnot use g... [more] NLP2021-6 CCS2021-6
pp.24-27
NC, NLP
(Joint)
2021-01-22
12:05
Online Online Low Frequency Oscillation in a Current Controlled DC-DC Converter with Photovoltaic Model
Shota Uchino (Okayama Univ. of Sci.), Takuji Kousaka (Chukyo Univ.), Satoshi Aoki, Hiroyuki Asahara (Okayama Univ. of Sci.) NLP2020-51
In this study, we analyze stability of the DC-DC converter with photovoltaic module. First, we explain the stability ana... [more] NLP2020-51
pp.58-63
MBE, NC, NLP, CAS
(Joint) [detail]
2020-10-30
09:00
Online Online Analysis of digital logistic maps based on simple feature quantities
Yuken Kijima, Yuya Sawano, Toshimichi Saito (HU) CAS2020-11 NLP2020-32
Discretize the logistic map on a set of points, we obtain the digital logistic map (DLM). The DLM
cannot generate chaos... [more]
CAS2020-11 NLP2020-32
pp.1-4
MSS, NLP
(Joint)
2020-03-09
10:50
Aichi  
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Analysis of a pancreatic beta cell model including glycolysis system based on slow-fast decomposition and bifurcation analysis -- Focusing on the effects of external input and blood glucose --
Tomoki Sugiura, Shinji Doi (Kyoto Univ.) NLP2019-117
Insulin secreted by $beta$ cells in pancreatic islets is involved in blood glucose regulation, and insulin secretion is ... [more] NLP2019-117
pp.25-30
NLP, NC
(Joint)
2019-01-23
09:50
Hokkaido The Centennial Hall, Hokkaido Univ. Analysis of a Hodgkin-Huxley-type model of human atrial myocytes -- Focusing on the treatment of ionic concentration variables --
Rikutaro Inoshi, Shinji Doi (Kyoto Univ.) NLP2018-97
The electrical signal (action potential) from the sinoatrial node is transmitted to cardiomyocytes in the atrium and ven... [more] NLP2018-97
pp.5-10
CCS 2018-11-22
14:55
Hyogo Kobe Univ. Analyses of burst phenomena of a piece-wise constant neuron model
Chiaki Matsuda (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.), Hiroyuki Torikai (Hosei Univ.) CCS2018-37
In this paper, a modified piece-wise constant (PWC) neuron model is studied. There are various bifur- cation phenomena a... [more] CCS2018-37
pp.23-27
CCS 2017-11-10
11:00
Osaka Osaka Univ. Design of Analog Electronic Circuit Neuron Model based on Bifurcations of Piecewise Constant Vector Field
Chiaki Matsuda, Hiroyuki Torikai (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.) CCS2017-28
A piece-wise constant neuron model is an electronic circuit neuron model having a piece-wise constant vector field. By a... [more] CCS2017-28
pp.39-43
NLP 2017-05-12
09:30
Okayama Okayama University of Science Bifurcation of a homoclinic point in a simple piecewise linear dynamical system
Yuu Miino, Tetsushi Ueta, Hiroshi Kawakami (Tokushima Univ.) NLP2017-15
In a certain case, a piecewise linear dynamical system shows rich nonlinear phenomena. In this study, we discuss the hom... [more] NLP2017-15
pp.73-76
NLP 2017-05-12
16:00
Okayama Okayama University of Science Analysis of Constraint Phenomenon in an Electric Bouncing Ball
Hiroaki Takahashi (Oita Univ.), Hiroyuki Asahara (Okayama Univ. of Sci.), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2017-27
The bouncing ball is the simplest impact system. In this paper, we analyze the bifurcation phenomena for a constrained p... [more] NLP2017-27
pp.131-134
NLP 2016-12-12
14:00
Aichi Chukyo Univ. Various super-stable periodic orbits in an integrate-and-fire circuit with higher frequency sawtooth base signal
Kazuya Sugita, Risa Takahashi, Toshimichi Saito (HU) NLP2016-86
This paper studies dynamics of a bifurcating neuron circuit.
Applying sum of two sawtooth base signals of different fr... [more]
NLP2016-86
pp.11-14
NLP 2016-09-14
14:30
Hyogo Konan Univ. Nonlinear phenomena observed in the piecewise hysteresis Duffing equation
Yuu Miino, Tetsushi Ueta, Hiroshi Kawakami (Tokushima Univ.) NLP2016-50
Hysteresis property can be modeled as a piecewise linear function with the hybrid system approach. In this study, we mod... [more] NLP2016-50
pp.31-36
NLP 2016-09-15
13:50
Hyogo Konan Univ. Analysis of Super-stable Periodic Orbits in Piecewise Linear Bifurcating Neuron Circuits
Risa Takahashi, Toshimichi Saito (Hosei Univ.) NLP2016-60
This paper studies dynamics of the bifurcating neuron circuit.
Repeating integrate-and-fire behavior between a constan... [more]
NLP2016-60
pp.83-87
NLP 2016-05-27
09:25
Kochi Kochi Univ. Synchronized firing phenomena and bifurcation in coupled Izhikevich neuron model
Yuu Miino, Tetsushi Ueta (Tokushima Univ.) NLP2016-11
In a coupled Izhikevich neuron model, there are some parameter regions where each neuron arises firing at the same time;... [more] NLP2016-11
pp.51-56
NLP 2016-05-27
12:10
Kochi Kochi Univ. Controlling chaos and its stability analysis for Lorenz model with external force control
Daisuke Ito (Univ. of Shiga Prefecture), Tetsushi Ueta (Tokushima Univ.) NLP2016-17
An external force controller, which is one of controlling chaos methods, gives the difference between objective trajecto... [more] NLP2016-17
pp.83-86
NLP 2016-03-24
14:30
Kyoto Kyoto Sangyo Univ. Bifurcations of exciting states of a piecewise constant neuron model
Sohei Takeda, Hiroyuki Torikai (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.) NLP2015-145
A piece-wise constant neuron model is a neuron model, the major nonlinearity of which is piece-wise constant functions.
... [more]
NLP2015-145
pp.17-21
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