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MSS, CAS, SIP, VLD 2019-07-30
15:15
Iwate Iwate Univ. [Invited Talk] Functional Roles of Phase Resetting Control in Rhythmic Movements and their Engineering Applications -- Mathematical Design of an Optimal Phase Response Curve for Walking Control --
Kazuki Nakada (Tsukuba Univ. Tech..), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) CAS2019-9 VLD2019-15 SIP2019-25 MSS2019-9
Possible functional roles of the phase resetting control during rhythmic movements have attracted much attention. The ph... [more] CAS2019-9 VLD2019-15 SIP2019-25 MSS2019-9
p.39
RECONF 2018-09-18
14:50
Fukuoka LINE Fukuoka Cafe Space Data Flow Representation and its Applications to Machine Learning Accelerator
Kazuki Nakada (Tsukuba Univ. of Tech.), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) RECONF2018-32
Researches and development of machine learning accelerators have been rapidly progressing. It is becoming important to r... [more] RECONF2018-32
pp.73-78
SS, MSS 2018-01-19
15:30
Hiroshima   Mathematical Analysis of Phase Resetting Control Mechanism during Rhythmic Movements
Kazuki Nakada (Hiroshima City Univ.), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) MSS2017-72 SS2017-59
Recently, possible functional roles of the phase resetting control during rhythmic movements have attracted much attenti... [more] MSS2017-72 SS2017-59
pp.143-148
MSS 2017-03-16
14:40
Shimane Shimane Univ. Topology-based Featrue Extraction from 3D Motion Gestutre
Kazuki Nakada (Hiroshima City Univ.), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) MSS2016-84
In this research, we propose a topology-based approach for feature extraction from 3D motion gesture. First, we briefly... [more] MSS2016-84
pp.17-22
NC, NLP
(Joint)
2017-01-26
13:10
Fukuoka Kitakyushu Foundation for the Advanement of Ind. Sci. and Tech. An Array of Pulse-Coupled Spin Torque Nano Oscillators and Its Application to Neuromorphic Computing
Kazuki Nakada (Hiroshima City Univ.), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) NLP2016-103
In this report, we present an array of pulse-coupled spin torque nano oscillators (STNOs) as a novel physical implement... [more] NLP2016-103
pp.37-42
CCS 2016-08-10
12:30
Hokkaido Yoichi Chuo kominkan [Invited Lecture] Topology-based Approach for Network Sensing and its Applications
Kazuki Nakada (Hiroshima City Univ.), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) CCS2016-25
In this presentation, we review a topology-based approach for network sensing and its applications. We here explain rece... [more] CCS2016-25
pp.47-52
NC 2012-10-05
16:35
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) Dynamical Systems Design of Silicon Neurons based on Phase Reduction Theory
Kazuki Nakada (Kyushu Univ.), Keiji Miura (Tohoku Univ.), Tetsuya Asai (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2012-60
Recently, dynamical systems design approaches based the mathematical structure of nonlinear systems have been developed.... [more] NC2012-60
pp.139-144
CAS 2012-01-20
09:25
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. Phase Reduction Analysis on Noise-induced Synchronization among Nonlinear Oscillator Circuits
Kazuki Nakada (Kyusu Univ.), Keiji Miura (Tohoku Univ.), Tetsuya Asai (Hokkaido Univ.) CAS2011-101
We propose a design approach for optimization of noise-induced synchronization among analog sub-RF CMOS oscillator circu... [more] CAS2011-101
pp.89-94
NLP 2011-03-10
15:45
Tokyo Tokyo University of Science Noise-induced Phenomena in Two Pulse-Coupled Resonate-and-Fire Neuron Models
Kazuki Nakada (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.), Keiji Miura (Harvard University/PRESTO JST), Hatsuo Hayashi (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) NLP2010-176
In this study, we address noise-induced phenomena in a system of two pulse-coupled resonate-and-fire neuron (RFN) models... [more] NLP2010-176
pp.77-82
NC, NLP 2011-01-24
- 2011-01-26
Hokkaido Hokakido Univ. Noise-induced Phenomena in Two Pulse-Coupled Resonate-and-Fire Neuron Models
Kazuki Nakada (Kyushu Inst of Tech), Keiji Miura (Harvard Univ.), Hatsuo Hayashi (Kyushu Inst of Tech)
In this study, we address noise-induced phenomena of two pulse-coupled resonate-and-fire neuron (RFN) models. The RFN mo... [more]
NC 2008-01-15
16:50
Hokkaido Centennial Hall, Hokkaido Univ. Estimation of an instanteneous spike rate with the transfer matrix method
Hiroyuki Tanaka (Tokyo Univ.), Keiji Miura (Harvard Univ./RIKEN), Kazuho Watanabe (Tokyo Univ.), Masato Okada (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN) NC2007-96
The neuronal spikes are irregular and unpredictable process, and can be regarded as a kind of the stochastic events.
By... [more]
NC2007-96
pp.55-60
NC 2007-10-18
10:45
Miyagi Tohoku University Fisher information in stochastic neural network models
Masafumi Oizumi, Keiji Miura (Univ. of Tokyo), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN) NC2007-36
 [more] NC2007-36
pp.19-24
NC 2007-05-21
16:25
Kanagawa Tokyo Inst. Tech.(Suzukakedai Campus) Image restoration with Truncated Gaussian model
Hiroyuki Tanaka, Keiji Miura (Tokyo Univ.), Masato Okada (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN) NC2007-7
On the theory of image restoration, one tries to reconstruct the original image from the image to which a noise is added... [more] NC2007-7
pp.29-34
NLP 2006-12-13
12:00
Hokkaido   Synchronization Properties of Pulse-Coupled Resonate-and-Fire Neuron Models
Kazuki Nakada (KIT), Keiji Miura (Univ. Tokyo), Hatsuo Hayashi (KIT)
 [more] NLP2006-89
pp.1-6
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