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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
EMCJ, EMD, WPT
(Joint) [detail]
2020-07-03
13:05
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Circuit Modeling of Wireless Power Transfer System Considering Scattering from Perfect Conductor
Nozomi Haga (Gunma Univ.), Jerdvisanop Chakarothai (NICT), Keisuke Konno (Tohoku Univ.)
 [more]
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2020-03-04
14:15
Tokyo University of Electro Communications Mathematical Model for Generating Pseudo Violin-Bowing Movements Including Their Movement Duration
Yasunobu Kimura, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ) NC2019-83
This research formulates a mathematical model for generating violin bowing-like movements with various movement duration... [more] NC2019-83
pp.45-50
ET 2020-01-25
13:25
Wakayama Wakayama JA Building Development and Practice of Software to Support Subjects in Lower Grades of Elementary School
Tetsuya Shimizu, Koichi Yamazaki (Gunma Univ.) ET2019-73
With the spread of information and communication technology (ICT for short), the use of ICT in course instruction has be... [more] ET2019-73
pp.21-26
IT, SIP, RCS 2020-01-23
13:30
Hiroshima Hiroshima City Youth Center Efficient Implementation of an Extension to Compression by Substring Enumeration
Akihiro Irie, Hidetoshi Yokoo (Gunma Univ.) IT2019-49 SIP2019-62 RCS2019-279
 [more] IT2019-49 SIP2019-62 RCS2019-279
pp.81-86
PRMU 2019-12-19
15:50
Oita   Report of the 23rd PRMU Algorithm Contest -- 2019 PRMU Challenge on Old Japanese Character Recognition --
Tomo Miyazaki (Tohoku Univ.), Naoki Katsura (Tsukuba Univ.), Ayumu Nagai (Gunma Univ.), Toru Aoike (National Diet Library), Tang Yiping (Kyushu Univ.), Takuya Suzuki (Chukyo Univ.), Toru Tamaki (Hiroshima Univ.), Yusuke Uchida (DeNA), Masashi Nishiyama (Tottori Univ.), Takanori Ogata (ABEJA), Keiichiro Shirai (Shinshu Univ.), Kazuaki Nakamura (Osaka Univ.), Asanobu Kitamoto, Tarin Clanuwat (NII) PRMU2019-53
 [more] PRMU2019-53
pp.41-47
COMP 2019-12-13
17:25
Gunma Ikaho Seminar House, Gunma University The Analysis of Anti-slide
Kento Kimura, Kazuyuki Amano, Tetsuya Araki (Gunma Univ.) COMP2019-43
Let $n$ be a positive integer.
Given an $ntimes ntimes n$ box and a number of pieces of some specified shape,
we consi... [more]
COMP2019-43
pp.101-107
COMP 2019-12-13
17:50
Gunma Ikaho Seminar House, Gunma University Depth Two Majority Circuits for Majority
Yasuhiro Ojima, Takuya Yokokawa, Kazuyuki Amano (Gunma Univ.) COMP2019-44
Let $MAJ_n$ denote the Boolean majority function of $n$ input variables.
In this paper, we study the construction of de... [more]
COMP2019-44
pp.109-115
NC, MBE 2019-12-06
11:25
Aichi Toyohashi Tech Mathematical Model for Generating Human Foot-Lifting Movements onto One-Up Stair-Step from Stair Rise
Toshikazu Matsui, Shu Kitabatake (Gunma Univ) MBE2019-49 NC2019-40
This research formulates a mathematical model generating foot-lifting movements from only the step rise without any info... [more] MBE2019-49 NC2019-40
pp.25-30
COMP 2019-10-25
10:50
Hokkaido Sapporo Campus, Hokkaido University Simple Fold and Cut Problem for Line Segments
Guoxin Hu (JAIST), Shin-ichi Nakano (Gunma University), Ryuhei Uehara (JAIST), Takeaki Uno (NII) COMP2019-20
We investigate a natural variant of the fold-and-cut problem. We are given a long paper strip P and n line segments draw... [more] COMP2019-20
pp.19-25
TL 2019-07-27
16:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] Innateness of human language observed in second language acquisition
Toshiyuki Yamada (Gunma Univ.) TL2019-21
We propose a new approach to the long-standing issue in linguistics: of whether knowledge of language is innate or not. ... [more] TL2019-21
pp.49-54
EMCJ, EMD, WPT, PEM
(Joint) [detail]
2019-07-19
15:35
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Circuit Modeling of a Wireless Power Transfer System by the Impedance Expansion Method
Nozomi Haga (Gunma Univ.), Masaharu Takahashi (Chiba Univ.) WPT2019-24
The impedance expansion method (IEM) is a circuit modeling technique for electrically very small devices based on the me... [more] WPT2019-24
pp.13-17
AP, SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2019-07-18
09:25
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Examination of Dependency of Elastic Modulus of Concrete on Vibration Displacement by Vibro-Radar Method
Reo Yamada, Takashi Miwa, Mitsuo Ozawa (Gunma Univ.) SANE2019-25
 [more] SANE2019-25
pp.37-42
AP, SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2019-07-18
09:50
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Development of RC Doppler radar for hand drill tip monitoring
Shohei Takanezawa, Tkashi Miwa (Gunma Univ.) SANE2019-26
It is the conventional method to grasp the position of the internal rebar by the preliminary survey in the renewal work ... [more] SANE2019-26
pp.43-48
WPT 2019-06-11
12:05
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Passive-Element Circuit Model of a Wireless Power Transfer System
Nozomi Haga (Gunma Univ.), Masaharu Takahashi (Chiba Univ.) WPT2019-21
The impedance expansion method (IEM) is a circuit modeling technique for electrically very small devices based on the me... [more] WPT2019-21
pp.57-61
EE, IEE-HCA 2019-05-16
13:30
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Automatic notch generation and conversion voltage ratio analysis in pulse coding control switching converter
Yifei Sun, Minhtri Tran, Yasunori Kobori, Anna Kuwana, Haruo Kobayashi (Gunma Univ) EE2019-7
This paper proposes an EMI spread spectrum technology with automatically setting the notch frequency using the pulse cod... [more] EE2019-7
pp.35-38
EE, IEE-HCA 2019-05-16
14:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Automatic Correction of Current Imbalance due to Element Variations in Multi-Phase Ripple Controlled Converter
Jing Li, Yifei Sun, Yasunori Kobori, Anna Kuwana, Haruo Kobayashi (Gunma Univ.) EE2019-8
This paper describes multi-phase switching converters using the ripple control with the constant-on-time (COT) method. F... [more] EE2019-8
pp.39-42
IT, ISEC, WBS 2019-03-07
11:20
Tokyo University of Electro-Communications Evaluation of a Probability Approximation Method for ANS with Multi-ary Sources
Leonardo Inoue, Hidetoshi Yokoo (Gunma Univ.) IT2018-93 ISEC2018-99 WBS2018-94
In the entropy coders known as Asymmetric Numeral Systems (ANS) proposed by Jarek Duda, the source distribution must be ... [more] IT2018-93 ISEC2018-99 WBS2018-94
pp.109-114
IT, ISEC, WBS 2019-03-07
11:45
Tokyo University of Electro-Communications A New Variation of Asymmetric Numeral Systems
Qi Xin, Hidetoshi Yokoo (Gunma Univ.) IT2018-94 ISEC2018-100 WBS2018-95
A recently introduced family of entropy coders known as Asymmetric Numeral Systems (ANS) includes several variants. The ... [more] IT2018-94 ISEC2018-100 WBS2018-95
pp.115-120
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2019-03-06
13:00
Tokyo University of Electro Communications Mathematical Model for Simulating Human Foot-Lifting Movements onto One-Up Stair-Step
Akihiko Ueki, Shu Kitabatake, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) NC2018-78
This research formulates an optimal control model for reproducing human foot-lifting movements onto one-up stair-step as... [more] NC2018-78
pp.187-192
IPSJ-SLDM, RECONF, VLD, CPSY, IPSJ-ARC [detail] 2019-01-30
10:55
Kanagawa Raiosha, Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University Proposal of reduction method of calculations by using Leading Zero in the Extended Euclidean Algorithm
Masaki Ogino, Yuki Tanaka, Shugang Wei (Gunma Univ.) VLD2018-73 CPSY2018-83 RECONF2018-47
The modular multiplication inverse is used to generate the secret key of the public key cryptosystem from the difficulty... [more] VLD2018-73 CPSY2018-83 RECONF2018-47
pp.7-12
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