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NLP 2012-05-28
14:20
Akita Akita City Exchange Plaza Various Characters of Integer Logistic Map : Divergence, Convergence, and Periodicity
Jiguo Dong (selic), Hiroyoshi Morita (uec) NLP2012-27
In this paper, we are concerred with the set of fractional numbers that do not have the initial-value sensitivity of th... [more] NLP2012-27
pp.11-16
NLP 2010-10-28
13:00
Osaka Osaka University Machikaneyama Hall Random Numbers Generation by Means of Integer Logistic Map and Mixing Operation
Jiguo Dong, Hiroyoshi Morita (uec) NLP2010-84
In this work, we calculate a logistic map of arbitrary calculation accuracy(n bits) by integer operation, and, we propos... [more] NLP2010-84
pp.19-24
ISEC 2009-05-22
09:55
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A random number generation by Logistic Map -- To generate and manage the identification number --
Jiguo Dong (Univ. of Electro-Comm.) ISEC2009-1
We propose generation and the management method of random number sequence($R_i$) of n(for example: $128$) bit. Pseudo-ra... [more] ISEC2009-1
pp.1-7
NLP 2008-03-27
13:35
Hyogo   Analysis of a Gene by the Use of Chaos having L=4
Jiguo Dong (uec), Takako Yamada (KG), Katsufusa Shono NLP2007-158
Chaos having $L=4$, where Lyapunov exponent is $\lambda={\it ln}L$ and $L=4$, can be generated by calculating twice the ... [more] NLP2007-158
pp.27-32
NLP 2007-12-20
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 NLP2007-124
Internal state $x_t$ was calculated for $(m+1)$ order mapping function $x_{t+1}=\frac{(m+1)^{m+1}}{m^m}x_t(1-x_t)^m$, $0... [more] NLP2007-124
pp.21-26
CAS, NLP 2007-10-19
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 CAS2007-53 NLP2007-81
Analysis of chaos, produced by 128 bit fixed point calculation for the third order mapping functions controlled by a par... [more] CAS2007-53 NLP2007-81
pp.7-12
NLP 2007-08-07
14:10
Shizuoka   Nonlinear quantization Analysis of Chaos Generated from Mapping Functions
Jiguo Dong (uec), Takako Yamada (KG), Katsufusa Shono NLP2007-59
Chaos were generated by calculating repeatedly mapping functions with fixed point calculation keeping 128 bit calculatio... [more] NLP2007-59
pp.33-37
NLP 2007-06-09
14:00
Hiroshima   Chaos Generation in Fixed Point Calculations and Nonlinear Quantized Observations
Jiguo Dong, Takako Yamada, Katsufusa Shono (UEC) NLP2007-32
When nonlinear one dimensional mapping was calculated in a digital computer,chaos haveing Lyapunov exponent $\lambda=\ln... [more] NLP2007-32
pp.51-54
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