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CS 2018-11-01
10:40
Ehime The Shiki Museum Anomaly Detection of Bitcoin Transaction History: A Case of Biggest HYIP
Kentaroh Toyoda, Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.), P.T Mathiopoulos (UoA) CS2018-64
 [more] CS2018-64
pp.51-56
MVE 2017-09-21
16:15
Chiba Chiba Univ. Effect of Stabilization Control by Viscosity in Remote Robot System
Takafumi Rikiishi, Yutaka Ishibashi (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Pingguo Huang (Seijoh Univ.), Takanori Miyoshi (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.), Hitoshi Ohnishi (Open Univ. of Japan), Yuichiro Tateiwa (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Kostas E. Psannis (Univ. of Macedonia, Greece), Hitoshi Watanabe (Tokyo Univ. of Science) MVE2017-19
In this report, we investigate the effect of stabilization control by viscosity in a remote robot system where a user ca... [more] MVE2017-19
pp.25-30
CS 2017-07-28
09:25
Nagasaki Fukue Bunka Kaikan Investigating HYIP-related Bitcoin Addresses Collected via Web Scraping
Kentaroh Toyoda, Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.), P.Takis Mathiopoulos (UoA) CS2017-33
 [more] CS2017-33
pp.105-109
ICSS, IPSJ-SPT 2017-03-13
14:25
Nagasaki University of Nagasaki Feature Extraction for Identifying High Yielding Investment Programs Related Transactions in Bitcoin
Kentaroh Toyoda, Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.), P. Takis Mathiopoulos (UoA) ICSS2016-49
As recent research has revealed, Bitcoin is used as fraudulent activities such as HYIP (High Yield Investment Programs).... [more] ICSS2016-49
pp.31-36
SP, WIT 2013-06-14
13:30
Niigata   Combining perceptually-motivated spectral shaping with loudness and duration modification for intelligibility enhancement of HMM-based synthetic speech in noise
Cassia Valentini-Botinhao (Univ. of Edinburgh), Junichi Yamagishi (NII/Univ. of Edinburgh), Simon King (Univ. of Edinburgh), Yannis Stylianou (FORTH, Greece) SP2013-47 WIT2013-17
This paper presents our entry to a speech-in-noise intelligibility enhancement evaluation: the Hurricane Challenge. The ... [more] SP2013-47 WIT2013-17
pp.95-100
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