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NLP 
20120528 14:20 
Akita 
Akita City Exchange Plaza 
Various Characters of Integer Logistic Map : Divergence, Convergence, and Periodicity Jiguo Dong (selic), Hiroyoshi Morita (uec) NLP201227 
In this paper, we are concerred with the set of fractional numbers that do not have the initialvalue sensitivity of th... [more] 
NLP201227 pp.1116 
NLP 
20101028 13:00 
Osaka 
Osaka University Machikaneyama Hall 
Random Numbers Generation by Means of Integer Logistic Map and Mixing Operation Jiguo Dong, Hiroyoshi Morita (uec) NLP201084 
In this work, we calculate a logistic map of arbitrary calculation accuracy(n bits) by integer operation, and, we propos... [more] 
NLP201084 pp.1924 
ISEC 
20090522 09:55 
Tokyo 
KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. 
A random number generation by Logistic Map
 To generate and manage the identification number  Jiguo Dong (Univ. of ElectroComm.) ISEC20091 
We propose generation and the management method of random number sequence($R_i$) of n(for example: $128$) bit. Pseudora... [more] 
ISEC20091 pp.17 
NLP 
20080327 13:35 
Hyogo 

Analysis of a Gene by the Use of Chaos having L=4 Jiguo Dong (uec), Takako Yamada (KG), Katsufusa Shono NLP2007158 
Chaos having $L=4$, where Lyapunov exponent is $\lambda={\it ln}L$ and $L=4$, can be generated by calculating twice the ... [more] 
NLP2007158 pp.2732 
NLP 
20071220 13:00 
Fukui 

Nonlinear Quantization Analysis of Chaos produced by the (m+1) Order Mapping Functions and their Predictability I Jiguo Dong (uec), Takako Yamada (KG), Katsufusa Shono NLP2007124 
Internal state $x_t$ was calculated for $(m+1)$ order mapping function $x_{t+1}=\frac{(m+1)^{m+1}}{m^m}x_t(1x_t)^m$, $0... [more] 
NLP2007124 pp.2126 
CAS, NLP 
20071019 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 CAS200753 NLP200781 
Analysis of chaos, produced by 128 bit fixed point calculation for the third order mapping functions controlled by a par... [more] 
CAS200753 NLP200781 pp.712 
NLP 
20070807 14:10 
Shizuoka 

Nonlinear quantization Analysis of Chaos Generated from Mapping Functions Jiguo Dong (uec), Takako Yamada (KG), Katsufusa Shono NLP200759 
Chaos were generated by calculating repeatedly mapping functions with fixed point calculation keeping 128 bit calculatio... [more] 
NLP200759 pp.3337 
NLP 
20070609 14:00 
Hiroshima 

Chaos Generation in Fixed Point Calculations and Nonlinear Quantized Observations Jiguo Dong, Takako Yamada, Katsufusa Shono (UEC) NLP200732 
When nonlinear one dimensional mapping was calculated in a digital computer,chaos haveing Lyapunov exponent $\lambda=\ln... [more] 
NLP200732 pp.5154 



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