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ICSS, IPSJ-SPT 2016-03-04
15:10
Kyoto Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University Verification of Division Property and High-Order Differential Characteristic of Lightweight Blockcipher Piccolo
Takuya Kubo, Yasutaka Igarashi, Toshinobu Kaneko (Tokyo Univ of Science) ICSS2015-72
Integral property has been generalized and rede ned by the division property that was proposed by Todo of NTT in EUROCRY... [more] ICSS2015-72
pp.153-158
TL 2015-08-05
13:00
Tokyo Tsuda College Anti-locality bias in the processing of Japanese reflexive binding
Akira Omaki (Johns Hopkins Univ.), Brian Dillon (UMass Amherst), Satoshi Ito (Mie Univ.), Takuya Kubo (Hiroshima Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) TL2015-20
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2015-20
pp.15-17
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] Relative Clause Production in Japanese and Chinese -- Focusing on comparison of the L2 and L1, L1 and L1 --
Jaehyune Yi, Ryoko Fukuhara, Jingyi Jin, Takuya Kubo, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2013-21
It is a known fact that animacy affects the sentence structure on sentence production of L1 speakers. We examined if ani... [more] TL2013-21
pp.39-43
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] Similarity of Noun Phrases influences the word order in sentence production -- Evidence from Kaqchikel --
Takuya Kubo (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Mikihiro Tanaka (Konan women's Univ.), Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2013-25
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2013-25
pp.63-68
QIT
(2nd)
2011-11-21
14:40
Osaka Osaka Univ. Engr. Sci. Sigma Hall (Toyonaka) [Poster Presentation] Lower bounds of the error probability in estimating classical and quantum states
Takuya Kubo, Hiroshi Nagaoka (UEC)
In classical/quantum system, estimating a hidden true state is a fundamental part of plentiful problems. The error pro... [more]
TL 2011-08-05
14:45
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. Animacy Effects on Word Order in VOS Language -- Evidence from a Picture Description Task in Kaqchikel --
Takuya Kubo (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Mikihiro Tanaka (Showa Univ.), Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2011-11
Recent production studies have shown that the linear order of NPs is affected by animacy in a way that an animate NP ten... [more] TL2011-11
pp.19-24
OME 2007-09-20
13:00
Hyogo KARC, NICT Electrical Properties of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell using High Conducting Gel Electrolytes.
Jun Kyokane, Takuya Kubota (Nara National College of Tech.), Kenji Hirata (N.I.S.T.), Hideo Sawada (Hirosaki Univ.) OME2007-22
Since fluorinated oligomers and polyethyleneglicole (PEG) could cause a gelation in an ionic liquids and DMSO under non-... [more] OME2007-22
pp.1-6
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