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KBSE, SC 2023-11-18
Miyagi Sento Kaikan Understanding the Nature of OSS Development Projects through Genetic Programming and Agent-Based Modeling
Toru Sugiyama, Takako Nakatani (The Open Univ. of Japan) KBSE2023-46 SC2023-29
In this study, we explore the evolution of Open Source Software (OSS) and its interactions with the development communit... [more] KBSE2023-46 SC2023-29
Okinawa Okinawa Jichikaikan
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] Relay Node Placement Using Genetic Algorithm for Underwater Optimal Wireless Networks
Nagisa Iwami, Tomotaka Kimura, Jun Cheng (Doshisha Univ.)
Recently, underwater optical wireless communication has been attracting attention because of its ability to achieve high... [more]
NLP 2022-11-24
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Genetic programming supported by physics-inspired methods
Soichiro Kanaya, Toma Takano, Satoshi Sunada, Tomoaki Niiyama (Kanazawa Univ.) NLP2022-66
We study a symbolic regression technique to infer the equations of systems from the observed numerical data. Our method ... [more] NLP2022-66
PRMU, IE, MI, SIP 2016-05-20
Aichi   Multi-hypothesis Pixel Predictor using Cartesian Genetic Programming
Yiding Zhao, Seishi Takamura (NTT) SIP2016-33 IE2016-33 PRMU2016-33 MI2016-33
In lossless image coding, pixel prediction plays an important role in utilizing adjacent pixel values to reduce residual... [more] SIP2016-33 IE2016-33 PRMU2016-33 MI2016-33
VLD 2015-03-04
Okinawa Okinawa Seinen Kaikan Ground Bounce Suppressive Effect using Power Switch Driver to control Power Switch Rise Time
Tetsutaro Ohnishi, Kimiyoshi Usami (S.I.T.) VLD2014-176
While Power Gating technology enables us to reduce leakage current, it causes a serious problem of occurring Ground Boun... [more] VLD2014-176
SC 2013-03-15
Tokyo   [Invited Talk] [Invited PhD Talk] Applied and Scalable Optimization of Long-term and Network-aware Service Compositions
Adrian Klein (Univ. of Tokyo)
Computing optimal service compositions in terms of their non-functional, Quality of Service (QoS), properties, is one of... [more] SC2012-23
SS, IPSJ-SE 2012-11-01
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University Weather change pattern generation algorithm for sightseeing scheduling
Hirokazu Katoh, Yoshihiro Murata (Hiroshima City Univ.) SS2012-36
Recently, personal navigation systems and tour scheduling systems are studied. Tour schedule is affected by weather cond... [more] SS2012-36
VLD 2012-03-07
Oita B-con Plaza Power-Switch Drive-circuit generation for Ground-Bounce reduction using the Genetic-Programming
Makoto Miyauchi, Masaru Kudo, Yuya Ohta, Kimiyoshi Usami (Shibaura Institute of Tech.) VLD2011-142
Ground Bounce noise is a serious problem Power Gating technology. In this research, as compared with the Daisy Chain whi... [more] VLD2011-142
NLP 2011-03-11
Tokyo Tokyo University of Science Analysis of Progpagation of State Changes for Agents induced by External Forces allocated on a Plane whose Behaviors are affected by Local Interactions
Shozo Tokinaga (Kyushu Univ.), Yoshinori Kishikawa (UNCT) NLP2010-185
This report deals with the analysis of propagation of state changes of agents induced by external forces
allocated on a... [more]
IE, ITE-AIT, ITE-BCT, ITE-ME [detail] 2010-11-11
Kagoshima   GPU-Assisted Evolutive Image Predictor Generation
Matthew McCawley, Seishi Takamura, Hirohisa Jozawa (NTT) IE2010-88
Evolutive Image Coding has shown promising results in efficiency compared to other lossless coding methods, but until no... [more] IE2010-88
PRMU, HIP 2010-03-16
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. A Fundamental Study on the Effectiveness of Network-Structured Image Filter Generation Method in Traffic Sign Extraction
Hiroshi Maeda, Satoshi Ono, Shigeru Nakayama (Kagoshima Univ) PRMU2009-298 HIP2009-183
Over the past few years, studies have been performed on filter generation methods for image
processing with genetic alg... [more]
PRMU2009-298 HIP2009-183
SS 2009-12-18
Kagawa Kagawa Univ. Low Quality Module Prediction from Design Documents Metrics using Software Tag
Shinichi Katayama, Kimiharu Ohkura, Kyohei Fushida, Shinji Kawaguchi (NAIST), Masataka Nagura (NAIST/Hitachi), Akito Monden, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2009-46
It is important to detect low quality modules which are likely to have many defects at an early development phase for cr... [more] SS2009-46
SIP, IE, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2009-10-16
Fukui Awara Onsen "Matsuya Sensen" Identifiying Generation Models of Time-Series including Jump Diffusion Processes by using the Genetic Programming and Multi-stage Fuzzy Inference Systems
Shozo Tokinaga (Kyushu Univ), Yoshinori Kishikawa (Ube Natioal Coll. of Tech.) SIP2009-70 IE2009-95
This report deals with identifying generation models of time-series including jump diffusion processes by using the Gene... [more] SIP2009-70 IE2009-95
MSS 2009-08-07
Tokyo JAIST Tokyo Campus Analyzing Boolean Networks by Using Integer Programming
Tatsuya Akutsu, Morihiro Hayashida, Takeyuki Tamura (Kyoto Univ.) CST2009-17
The Boolean network (BN) model is known as a mathematical model of genetic networks and many studies have been done on B... [more] CST2009-17
EE, IEE-IEA 2008-05-09
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Configuration Design for Fuel-cell-based Energy Network
Toshihiro Hayashi, Akira Takeuchi, Yousuke Nozaki (NTT), Toyonari Shimakage (NTT FACILITIES) EE2008-3
For the spread of fuel-cell-based energy network, it is necessary to determine its configuration by minimizing the CO2 e... [more] EE2008-3
SIP, SIS, SP 2007-09-27
Aichi Nagoya Inst. of Tech. Feature Extraction of Multi-fractal Stock Prices generated by Multi-Agent Systems based on the GP Learning and its Applications to the Estimation of Factors dominating Markets Applications to the Estimation of Factors dominating Markets
Yoshikazu Ikeda (Shinshu Univ.), Shozo Tokinaga (Kyushu Univ.) SIP2007-84 SIS2007-20 SP2007-46
This report deals with the multi-fractality analysis of artificial stock prices generated by behaviors of multi-agants u... [more] SIP2007-84 SIS2007-20 SP2007-46
SS 2006-06-22
Okayama   A Method of Reliability Assessment Based on Genetic Algorithm for Open Source Software
Yoshinobu Tamura (HIT), Shigeru Yamada (Torrori Univ.)
An OSS (open source software) system which serves as key components of critical infrastructures in the society are still... [more] SS2006-18
AI 2006-05-18
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Automatic Application Construction using Evolutionally Computation
Masaru Takeuchi, Kazuya Hisaki (Hitachi)
When a genetic algorithm is designed, it is important to prevent generating lethal gene. There are some new software con... [more] AI2006-2
CAS 2006-01-12
Miyazaki   Generation of Character-base Model by Genetic Programming to Identify Exon-Intron Boundaries
Yuji Fujita, Kunihito Yamamori, Ikuo Yoshihara, Masaru Aikawa (Univ. of Miyazaki)
Genetic Programming (GP) is one of a method to identify exon-intron boundaries in gene sequences. In conventional method... [more] CAS2005-75
NLP 2005-11-19
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology Analysis of Cluster Formations on Planer Cells consisting of Multi-agent using Genetic Programming for Learning and Its Applications
Jianjung Lu, Shozo Tokinaga (Kyushu Univ.)
This report deals with the realization of retrieval systems for clusters by using hierarchical rule generations based on... [more] NLP2005-82
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