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QIT
(2nd)
2018-11-26
10:10
Tokyo The University of Tokyo Phase Reduction Theory for Quantum Synchronization under Semiclassical Approximation
Yuzuru Kato, Hiroya Nakao (Titech)
The phase reduction theory is a standard framework for analyzing rhythmic dynamics of weakly perturbed classical limit-c... [more]
IN, CCS
(Joint)
2018-08-01
14:00
Hokkaido Kitayuzawa Mori-no-Soraniwa [Invited Talk] Phase description and synchronization of collective rhythms in networks of coupled dynamical systems
Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech.) CCS2018-25 IN2018-12
Collective rhythms in networks of coupled dynamical elements often play important functional roles in real-world systems... [more] CCS2018-25 IN2018-12
pp.1-6
CCS 2017-11-09
16:00
Osaka Osaka Univ. Mutual synchronization of oscillatory convection and its optimization
Yoji Kawamura (JAMSTEC), Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech) CCS2017-26
We study phase synchronization between a pair of mutually coupled identical Hele-Shaw cells exhibiting oscillatory conve... [more] CCS2017-26
pp.29-34
NLP 2017-03-15
09:55
Aomori Nebuta Museum Warasse Optimization of coupling matrices for stable mutual synchronization of nonlinear oscillators
Nobuhiro Watanabe, Sho Shirasaka (Tokyo Tech), Yoji Kawamura (JAMSTEC), Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech) NLP2016-120
Optimization of periodic injection signals for stable synchronization of a single oscillator has been studied recently, ... [more] NLP2016-120
pp.75-77
NLP 2017-03-15
10:20
Aomori Nebuta Museum Warasse Synchronization analysis of strongly coupled oscillators by the generalized phase reduction method
Wataru Kurebayashi (Aomori Univ.), Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech.) NLP2016-121
Unlike the conventional phase reduction method limited to weakly perturbed oscillators,
the generalized phase reduction... [more]
NLP2016-121
pp.79-80
CCS 2016-11-04
13:55
Kyoto Kyoto Sangyo Univ. (Musubiwaza Bldg.) Analysis of two-tone suppression in the active cochlea model
Masanori Ouchi, Hiroya Nakao (Titech) CCS2016-34
(To be available after the conference date) [more] CCS2016-34
pp.23-24
CAS, NLP 2016-10-28
13:50
Tokyo   System identification of self-sustained oscillators based on the generalized phase model
Takayuki Sato (Aomori Univ.), Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech.), Wataru Kurebayashi (Aomori Univ.) CAS2016-57 NLP2016-83
A one-dimensional reduced model, called the generalized phase model [W. Kurebayashi et al., Phys. Rev. Lett., 2013], can... [more] CAS2016-57 NLP2016-83
pp.103-106
CCS, NLP 2016-06-13
11:30
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Optimal parameter selection for kernel dynamic mode decomposition
Wataru Kurebayashi (Aomori Univ.), Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech.) NLP2016-21 CCS2016-4
A novel mode decomposition method based on the dynamical systems theory, called the dynamic mode decomposition (DMD), ha... [more] NLP2016-21 CCS2016-4
pp.13-14
CCS 2015-11-09
15:30
Kyoto Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, Kyoto Univ. Common-noise-induced synchronization of oscillator networks and its optimization
Yoji Kawamura (JAMSTEC), Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech) CCS2015-53
We investigate common-noise-induced synchronization between two identical networks of coupled phase oscillators exhibiti... [more] CCS2015-53
pp.47-51
NLP, CCS 2015-06-11
14:00
Tokyo Waseda Univerisity Data assimilation for coupled dynamical systems using a merging particle filter
Eitaro Waranabe, Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech) NLP2015-48 CCS2015-10
We propose a method to estimate unknown parameters of coupled dynamical systems from observed data using a merging parti... [more] NLP2015-48 CCS2015-10
pp.55-60
NLP 2014-12-03
14:50
Tokyo Kyoto Univ. Tokyo Office Robust synchronization analysis of oscillator circuits by a quadratic phase model
Wataru Kurebayashi, Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech.) NLP2014-103
In analyzing synchronization dynamics of self-sustained oscillators,
a simple one-dimensional model, called a phase mod... [more]
NLP2014-103
pp.23-27
NLP 2014-03-10
10:00
Tokyo Sophia University Definition of phase for chaotic oscillators
Wataru Kurebayashi, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2013-164
In analyzing synchronization of limit-cycle oscillators, the phase reduction method, with which we can reduce the dimens... [more] NLP2013-164
pp.1-2
NLP 2014-01-22
13:50
Hokkaido Niseko Park Hotel Theoretical analysis of mutual synchronization in strongly coupled nonlinear oscillators
Wataru Kurebayashi, Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2013-155
In the analysis of mutual synchronization of coupled nonlinear oscillators, the phase reduction method has played an imp... [more] NLP2013-155
pp.137-140
NLP 2014-01-22
14:30
Hokkaido Niseko Park Hotel Control of Vehicles by Updating Optimal Velocity Function based on Local Information
Yuta Minoshima, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2013-157
Traffic congestion of vehicles is considered to be a social problem, leading to waste of transportation time. To suppre... [more] NLP2013-157
pp.145-149
NLP 2014-01-22
15:40
Hokkaido Niseko Park Hotel Design of nonlinear oscillators with prescribed orbits and response properties
Tsubasa Ishii, Wataru Kurebayashi, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2013-160
Engineering applications of synchronization phenomena exhibited by nonlinear oscillators have attracted much attention r... [more] NLP2013-160
pp.163-166
NLP 2014-01-22
16:00
Hokkaido Niseko Park Hotel Phase-reduction analysis of coupled limit-cycle oscillators in hybrid dynamical systems
Sho Shirasaka, Wataru Kurebayashi, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2013-161
Hybrid dynamical systems, possessing both characteristics of discrete and continuous dynamical systems, is often used to... [more] NLP2013-161
pp.167-171
NLP 2013-05-28
12:15
Fukuoka Event hall, Central Library, Fukuoka University Phase reduction analysis of noise-induced synchronization in chaotic oscillators
Wataru Kurebayashi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Kantaro Fujiwara (Saitama Univ.), Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Tohru Ikeguchi (Saitama Univ.) NLP2013-25
When driven by common noise, various dynamical systems
can undergo mutual synchronization. This phenomenon is
called ... [more]
NLP2013-25
pp.87-90
NLP 2013-03-14
14:50
Chiba Nishi-Chiba campus, Chiba Univ. Phase reduction method for limit-cycle oscillators in hybrid dynamical systems and its applications
Sho Shirasaka, Wataru Kurebayashi, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2012-154
Phase reduction method provides a useful framework for the analysis of limit-cycle oscillators, but it can not be applie... [more] NLP2012-154
pp.55-58
NLP 2013-03-15
09:25
Chiba Nishi-Chiba campus, Chiba Univ. Synchronization of nonlinear oscillators driven by common environmental noise
Masahiro Kazama, Yuta Minoshima, Wataru Kurebayashi, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2012-161
Engineering applications of noise-induced synchronization have been widely discussed recently. Among them, possibilities... [more] NLP2012-161
pp.87-90
NLP 2013-03-15
13:45
Chiba Nishi-Chiba campus, Chiba Univ. Extension of the phase reduction method to strongly perturbed limit-cycle oscillators and its applications
Wataru Kurebayashi, Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLP2012-169
 [more] NLP2012-169
pp.133-136
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