Committee 
Date Time 
Place 
Paper Title / Authors 
Abstract 
Paper # 
NLP 
20221125 11:10 
Shiga 
(Primary: Onsite, Secondary: Online) 
[Invited Talk]
Chaotic time series and Ueda's theory of chaos Takaya Miyano (Ritsumeikan Univ.) NLP202272 
In terms of Ueda’s theory of chaos, i.e., the concept of randomly transitional oscillations, we discuss the implications... [more] 
NLP202272 pp.7172 
RCS 
20220617 15:20 
Okinawa 
University of the Ryukyus, Senbaru Campus and online (Primary: Onsite, Secondary: Online) 
A Study on Secret Key Sharing and Randomizing Method Based on Channel State Information and Chaos Theory Takumi Abe, Keisuke Asano, Kenta Kato, Eiji Okamoto (Nagoya Institute of Technology), Tetsuya Yamamoto (Panasonic) RCS202266 
In recent years, with the commercialization of the fifth generation mobile communications system (5G), there has been a ... [more] 
RCS202266 pp.247252 
NLP 
20211218 11:05 
Oita 
J:COM Horuto Hall OITA 
Markov Binary Sequences Generated by PostProcessing Based on Nonlinear Feedback Shift Registers Akio Tsuneda (Kumamoto Univ.), Naruaki Maeda (NEC) NLP202159 
In general, random numbers are required to be uniform and uncorrelated. However, it is known that correlated random numb... [more] 
NLP202159 pp.7275 
RCS 
20211022 13:50 
Online 
Online 
Study on Performance Improvement of RadioWave Encrypted Modulation by LLR Clipping Mamoru Okumura, Keisuke Asano, Takumi Abe, Eiji Okamoto (NIT), Tetsuya Yamamoto (Panasonic) RCS2021137 
In recent years, physical layer security technologies that encrypt the physical layer using information theory have attr... [more] 
RCS2021137 pp.100105 
NLP 
20190923 09:00 
Kochi 
Eikokuji Campus, University of Kochi 
Controlling Chaotic Behaviors in Circadian Activities with Diseases Hirotaka Doho (Kochi Univ./Univ. of Hyogo), Nobukawa Sou (Chiba Tech.), Nishimura Haruhiko (Univ. of Hyogo) NLP201934 
Bipolar disorder, in which states of mania and depression circulate, is a mental illness that recurs over a long term. T... [more] 
NLP201934 pp.14 
MoNA 
20181225 11:05 
Tokyo 

Network traffic prediction method considering chaos theory with TCP and UDP Naoto Suzuki, Sumiko Miyata (SIT) MoNA201843 
With the diversification of streaming communication, we need to predict network traffic in a mixed environment of TCP an... [more] 
MoNA201843 pp.2530 
NLP 
20170713 14:55 
Okinawa 
Miyako Island Marine Terminal 
Adaptivity and convergence characteristics of decision making using chaotic semiconductor laser Takatomo Mihana, Yuta Terashima (Saitama Univ.), Makoto Naruse (NICT), SongJu Kim (NIMS), Atsushi Uchida (Saitama Univ.) NLP201735 
We numerically investigate decision making based on the tugofwar theory using fast chaotic temporal waveforms generate... [more] 
NLP201735 pp.4146 
NLP 
20160325 13:00 
Kyoto 
Kyoto Sangyo Univ. 
Derivation of equations of motion and numerical analysis of spider linkages Nozomi Akashi, Syuji Miyazaki (Kyoto Univ) NLP2015154 
Hhyperbolic system theorem is well understood chaos theory.
The free motion (i.e. no friction and no potential) of the... [more] 
NLP2015154 pp.6974 
HIP 
20140319 15:25 
Tokyo 
Tokyo Univ. 
Development of the hardware for NIRSEEG simultaneous interface Ryota Saito, Masahiro Nakagawa (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) HIP2013102 
So far , by using various brain activity measurement techniques such as near infrared spectroscopy and electroencephalo... [more] 
HIP2013102 pp.123128 
NC, MBE 
20130925 09:55 
Niigata 
Niigata University EkinanCampus "TOKIMATE" 
Evaluation Using Fractal Analysis of EEG Signals to Introduce Dry Bioelectrodes for BCI Ryota Saito, Masahiro Nakagawa (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) MBE201351 NC201337 
To apply the discrimination of EEG (Electroencephalogram) patterns by EFAM (Emotion Fractal Analysis Method) to BCI (Bra... [more] 
MBE201351 NC201337 pp.8388 
SIP, CAS, MSS, VLD 
20130712 14:10 
Kumamoto 
Kumamoto Univ. 
On AutoCorrelation Properties of Random Binary Sequences with PostProcessing Based on Chaos Theory Kota Morikawa, Akio Tsuneda (Kumamoto Univ.) CAS201329 VLD201339 SIP201359 MSS201329 
In Monte Carlo simulations, not only uncorrelated random sequences but also correlated ones are useful for simulating va... [more] 
CAS201329 VLD201339 SIP201359 MSS201329 pp.159163 
CAS 
20130128 09:25 
Oita 
Beppu International Convention Center 
Performance Evaluation of Spreading Codes with Negative AutoCorrelation Based on Msequences and Chaos Theory Shohei Tokunaga, Akio Tsuneda (Kumamoto Univ.) CAS201266 
Spreading codes with appropriate negative autocorrelation can reduce average multiple access interference (MAI) in asyn... [more] 
CAS201266 pp.510 
NLP 
20121119 13:30 
Miyagi 
Ishinomaki Senshu University 
Evaluation and comparison of controlling costs on controlling chaos Ken'ichi Fujimoto, Tomohiro Otsu, Daisuke Ito, Tetsushi Ueta, Tetsuya Yoshinaga (Tokushima Univ.) NLP201276 
OGY and delayedfeedback methods proposed at the beginning of 1990s are well known as the original methods of controllin... [more] 
NLP201276 pp.16 
CAS 
20120119 14:45 
Fukuoka 
Kyushu Univ. 
Evaluation of Spreading Codes with Negative AutoCorrelation Based on MSequences and Chaos Theory Shohei Tokunaga, Akio Tsuneda (Kumamoto Univ.) CAS201195 
Spreading sequences with appropriate negative autocorrelation can reduce average multiple access interference (MAI) in ... [more] 
CAS201195 pp.5962 
NLP 
20110701 17:25 
Hokkaido 
Sharicho Kohminkan: Ymehall Shiretoko 
A design of optimal feedback control system for suppressing traveling waves in a piecewiselinear FHN model Masashi Takeuchi, Keiji Konishi, Naoyuki Hara (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) NLP201151 
Although our previous study [Konishi, Takeuchi, Shimizu, Chaos 2011] provided the integral control method in {\it classi... [more] 
NLP201151 pp.153156 
NLP 
20091114 13:15 
Kagoshima 

Optimization on the Chaotic Cipher based on Loworder Volterra Filter. Motoki Sato, Masahiro Ohta, Hiroyuki Kamata (Meiji Univ.) NLP2009120 
Recently, Informational communication technology has extremely evolved following the development of the Internet. At the... [more] 
NLP2009120 pp.215220 
CAS, NLP 
20090123 10:00 
Miyazaki 

BER Performance of Spreading Sequences with Negative Autocorrelations Based on Chaos Theory and LFSR Sequences Akio Tsuneda, Yasunori Miyazaki (Kumamoto Univ.) CAS200887 NLP2008117 
In asynchronous DS/CDMA systems, spreading sequences with appropriate
negative autocorrelation properties can outperfo... [more] 
CAS200887 NLP2008117 pp.131136 
IT 
20071127 15:30 
Mie 
Kashikojima Hojoen (Shima) 
[Invited Talk]
MaximalPeriod Sequences by Linear/Nonlinear Feedback Shift Registers Akio Tsuneda (Kumamoto Univ.), Daisaburo Yoshioka (Sojo Univ.) IT200722 
Maximalperiod sequences generated by linear feedback shift registers
are called Msequences, which are wellknown pse... [more] 
IT200722 pp.1720 
NLP 
20070609 09:50 
Hiroshima 

Bifurcations in a 3State Piecewise Smooth Dynamical System Quentin Brandon, Tetsushi Ueta (Univ. of Tokushima), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP200725 
As most analysis tools for nonlinear dynamical systems are dedicated to either continuous or discrete models, we propose... [more] 
NLP200725 pp.1317 
NC 
20061111 14:15 
Saga 
Saga University 
Bifurcation phenomena from an artificial spiking neuron with piecewiselinear base signal Toshimitsu Ohtani, Toshimichi Saito, Hiroyuki Torikai (Hosei Univ.) 
This paper studies a bifurcating neuron with a periodic piecewise linear base signal.
The dynamics of bifurcating neur... [more] 
NC200668 pp.3539 