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Niigata Sado Island Integrated Development Center A implementation of RSA encryption using Interleaved Modular Multiplication for MX Core
Wataru Kuroki, Masahiro Iida, Toshinori Sueyoshi (Kumamoto Univ.) CPSY2008-102 DC2008-93
MX Core is a massively parallel SIMD(Single Instruction Multiple Data) type processor which have fine-grained computing ... [more] CPSY2008-102 DC2008-93
NLP, CAS 2006-10-04
Osaka   A SPICE-Oriented Method for Finding DC Operating Points of Nonlinear Circuits Containing Piecewise-Linear Macromodels
Wataru Kuroki, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.)
Recently, efficient algorithms have been proposed for finding all characteristic curves of one-port piecewise-linear (PW... [more] CAS2006-25 NLP2006-48
NLP 2006-06-23
Tokyo Chuo Univ. An Efficient Algorithm for Finding All DC Solutions of Nonlinear Circuits
Koki Suda, Wataru Kuroki, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.)
An efficient algorithm is proposed for finding all DC solutions of nonlinear (not piecewise-linear) circuits with mathem... [more] NLP2006-13
CAS, NLP 2005-09-15
Niigata Nagaoka Univ. of Technology Implementation of the Variable Gain Newton Homotopy Method on SPICE Using Path Following Circuits
Wataru Kuroki, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.), Yasuaki Inoue (Waseda Univ.)
Recently, an efficient homotopy method termed the variable gain Newton homotopy (VGNH) method has been proposed for find... [more] CAS2005-28 NLP2005-41
NLP, CAS 2004-09-13
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. [Invited Talk] Path Following Circuits -- SPICE-Oriented Numerical Methods Where Formulas Are Described by Circuits --
Kiyotaka Yamamura, Wataru Kuroki (chuo Univ.), Yasuaki Inoue (Waseda Univ.)
Path following circuits (PFCs) are circuits for solving nonlinear problems on the circuit simulator SPICE. In the metho... [more] CAS2004-27 NLP2004-39
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