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IT, EMM 2018-05-18
Tokyo Ookayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology [Invited Talk] Recent Advances on Capacity-achieving Coding Schemes for Asymmetric Channels
Junya Honda (Univ. Tokyo) IT2018-9 EMM2018-9
 [more] IT2018-9 EMM2018-9
IBISML 2017-11-10
Tokyo Univ. of Tokyo Good Arm Identification via Bandit Feedback
Hideaki Kano, Junya Honda (UTokyo/RIKEN), Kentaro Sakamaki (UTokyo), Kentaro Matsuura (Johnson & Johnson), Atsuyoshi Nakamura (HU), Masashi Sugiyama (RIKEN/UTokyo) IBISML2017-82
In this paper, we consider and discuss a new stochastic multi-armed bandit problem called {em good arm identification} (... [more] IBISML2017-82
IBISML 2016-11-17
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. [Poster Presentation] Estimating Proton Conductivity in Crystals by using Guassian Process and Dynamic Programming
Kenta Kanamori (NITech), Kazuaki Toyoura (Kyoto Univ.), Shinichi Nakajima (TU Berlin), Atsuto Seko (Kyoto Univ.), Masayuki Karasuyama (NITech), Akihide Kuwabara (JFCC), Junya Honda (Tokyo Univ.), Kazuki Shitara (JFCC), Motoki Shiga (Gifu Univ.), Ichiro Takeuchi (NITech) IBISML2016-73
In material science, $proton conductivity$ is very important property for designing new battery and it is defined as max... [more] IBISML2016-73
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Okinawa Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Optimal Algorithms in Dueling Bandit Problem
Junpei Komiyama, Junya Honda (U-Tokyo), Hisashi Kashima (Kyoto University), Hiroshi Nakagawa (U-Tokyo) IBISML2015-14
We study the K-armed dueling bandit problem, a variation of the standard stochastic bandit problem where the feedback is... [more] IBISML2015-14
IT 2015-01-30
Chiba   On Asymptotic Expansion of Random Coding Error Probability under Lattice Condition
Junya Honda (Univ. of Tokyo) IT2014-61
We consider exact asymptotics of random coding error probability of memoryless channels. We can derive an evaluation of ... [more] IT2014-61
IT 2014-07-17
Hyogo Kobe University Construction of Almost Instantaneous FV codes based on Integer Programming
Masato Tsuchihasi, Hirosuke Yamamoto, Junya Honda (Univ. of Tokyo) IT2014-11
The Almost Instantaneous FV (AIFV) code, which consists of
several code trees with incomplete internal nodes, can atta... [more]
IT 2012-07-20
Aichi Toyota Technological Institute Variable Length Coding of Asymmetric Channels using a Homophonic Code
Junya Honda, Hirosuke Yamamoto (Univ. of Tokyo) IT2012-27
 [more] IT2012-27
IBISML 2012-06-20
Kyoto Campus plaza Kyoto On a Non-asymptotic Analysis Using Large Deviation Principles in the Multiarmed Bandit Problem
Junya Honda, Akimichi Takemura (Univ. of Tokyo) IBISML2012-10
In reinforcement learning a tradeoff between exploration and exploitation is considered.
Multiarmed bandit problems for... [more]
PRMU, IBISML, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2011-09-05
Hokkaido   Multiarmed Bandit Algorithms Based on Empirical Moments
Junya Honda, Akimichi Takemura (Univ. of Tokyo) PRMU2011-60 IBISML2011-19
 [more] PRMU2011-60 IBISML2011-19
IT 2008-07-24
Chiba University of Tokyo, Kashiwa Campus Source Coding with LDPC code using Linear Programming
Junya Honda (Univ. of Tokyo), Shigeki Miyake (NTT), Hirosuke Yamamoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Mitsuru Maruyama (NTT) IT2008-13
In channel coding, Feldman showed that linear programming can be used instead of the sum-product algorithm in the decodi... [more] IT2008-13
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