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EMM, IT 2021-05-21
13:35
Online Online A Study on Feature Extraction Suitable for Double JPEG Compression Analysis Based on Statistical Bias Observation of DCT Coefficients
Daichi Takeshita, Minoru Kuribayashi, Nobuo Funabiki (Okayama Univ.) IT2021-12 EMM2021-12
Pictures taken by smart phones and camera devices are generally compressed by JPEG by default when they are saved. If su... [more] IT2021-12 EMM2021-12
pp.66-71
ED, SDM 2012-02-08
09:30
Hokkaido   Observation of Conductance Quantization during SPM Scratching
Ryutaro Suda, Takahiro Ohyama, Jun-ichi Shirakashi (Tokyo Univ. of Agr. & Tech) ED2011-150 SDM2011-167
Quantum point contacts (QPCs) are formed by mechanically scratching Au channels with a scanning probe microscope (SPM) i... [more] ED2011-150 SDM2011-167
pp.47-52
ICD, ITE-IST 2010-07-22
15:50
Osaka Josho Gakuen Osaka Center [Invited Talk] A 2.1-to-2.8-GHz Low-Phase-Noise All-Digital Frequency Synthesizer with a Time-Windowed Time-to-Digital Converter
Tadashi Maeda, Takashi Tokairin (Renesas Electronics Corporation), Masaki Kitsunezuka (NEC Corp.), Mitsuji Okada (Renesas Electronics Corporation), Muneo Fukaishi (NEC Corp.) ICD2010-29
A 2.1-to-2.8-GHz low-power consumption all-digital phase locked loop (ADPLL) with a time-windowed time-to-digital conver... [more] ICD2010-29
pp.49-54
CAS, NLP 2007-10-19
09:20
Tokyo Musashi Institute of Technology Nonlinear Quantization Analysis of Chaos produced by the Third Order Mapping Functions and their Predictability
Jiguo Dong (uec), Takako Yamada (KG), Katsufusa Shono CAS2007-53 NLP2007-81
Analysis of chaos, produced by 128 bit fixed point calculation for the third order mapping functions controlled by a par... [more] CAS2007-53 NLP2007-81
pp.7-12
NLP 2007-08-07
14:10
Shizuoka   Nonlinear quantization Analysis of Chaos Generated from Mapping Functions
Jiguo Dong (uec), Takako Yamada (KG), Katsufusa Shono NLP2007-59
Chaos were generated by calculating repeatedly mapping functions with fixed point calculation keeping 128 bit calculatio... [more] NLP2007-59
pp.33-37
IE 2007-03-19
11:00
Aichi   Near-Lossless Coding of Still Images Using Block-Adaptive Prediction
Kazuya Takahashi, Nau Ozaki, Ichiro Matsuda, Susumu Itoh (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Sei Naito, Atsushi Koike (KDDI R&D Labs.)
This paper proposes a near-lossless coding scheme using block-adaptive prediction for still images. The scheme employs a... [more] IE2006-278
pp.17-22
MI 2007-01-26
16:35
Overseas the Cheju National Univ. A Hybrid Technique for Automatic Quantification of Hip Joint Cartilages in MR Images
M. Khanmohammadi, R. A. Zoroofi (Univ. of Tehran), Y. Sato, T. Nishii, K. Nakanishi, H. Tanaka, N. Sugano, H. Yoshikawa, H. Nakamura, S. Tamura (Osaka Univ.)
The estimation of hip joint cartilage’s thickness is clinically important. Automatic segmentation of the hip cartilage i... [more] MI2006-126
pp.161-164
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