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SR 2019-12-05
13:50
Okinawa Ishigaki City Hall (Ishigaki Island) [Poster Presentation] Examination of information compression of spectrum sensing by many sensors for detecting white space
Kenichiro Yamamoto, Osamu Takyu, Keiichiro Shirai, Yasushi Fuwa (Shinshu Univ.) SR2019-91
Spatial frequency sharing with existing radio stations in the frequency band suitable for mobile communication systems i... [more] SR2019-91
pp.27-28
SANE 2019-04-16
14:55
Kanagawa Defense Academy; Defense Training Institute [Special Talk] EW circumstance and our challenge
Toshiaki Iida (None) SANE2019-11
It analyzes about the relation between the electronic warfare and "the maneuver warfare". Also it considers about operat... [more] SANE2019-11
pp.51-52
ASN, MoNA, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI [detail] 2019-03-05
14:00
Tokyo The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus Development of Doppler CSI model for Wi-Fi based hand gesture detection application
Nopphon Keerativoranan, Jun-ichi Takada (TiTech) ASN2018-111
Various studies have proposed the use of RF signals to realize a non-wearable hand gesture sensing applications in the e... [more] ASN2018-111
pp.175-180
QIT
(2nd)
2018-11-27
14:40
Tokyo The University of Tokyo Quantum relative Renyi entropy and information spectrum
Keiji Matsumoto (NII)
Both Quantum relative $alpha$-Renyi
entropy and information spectrum play significant roles in the asymptotic theory o... [more]

EA, ASJ-H, EMM, IPSJ-MUS [detail] 2018-11-21
13:30
Ishikawa Hotel Koshuen Study on spread-spectrum based speech watermarking method by using linear prediction residual
Reiya Namikawa, Masashi Unoki (JAIST) EA2018-68 EMM2018-68
Direct spread spectrum (DSS) method is well-known as a robust audio information-hiding method.
However, this method has... [more]
EA2018-68 EMM2018-68
pp.31-36
EA, ASJ-H, EMM, IPSJ-MUS [detail] 2018-11-21
16:10
Ishikawa Hotel Koshuen [Invited Talk] Audio Information-Hiding Techniques based on Human Auditory Characteristics
Masashi Unoki (JAIST) EA2018-78 EMM2018-78
For the audio content security such like the audio content protection as well as speech tampering detection, audio infor... [more] EA2018-78 EMM2018-78
pp.153-156
EMM 2018-03-05
15:45
Kagoshima Naze Community Center (Amami-Shi, Kagoshima) [Poster Presentation] Improvement of Emergency Broadcasting System Based on Audio Data Hiding
Youki Sada, Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College) EMM2017-88
The authors have proposed a disaster prevention broadcasting system based on audio data hiding scheme. In this system, m... [more] EMM2017-88
pp.55-60
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2017-12-13
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Proposal and Evaluation of High-accurate Indoor Positioning System Implemented Information Transmission Function using Inaudible Sound
Kohei Morishita, Takeru Kadokura, Shigenori Ioroi, Hiroshi Tanaka (KAIT)
The authors have been developing a highly accurate indoor positioning system using inaudible sounds capable of realizing... [more]
EMCJ 2017-11-22
16:05
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Efficient Evaluation Method for Information Leakage of Cryptographic Devices Based on Frequency Selection
Airi Sugimoto (Tohoku Univ.), Daisuke Fujimoto, Yu-ichi Hayashi (NAIST), Takaaki Mizuki, Hideaki Sone (Tohoku Univ.) EMCJ2017-75
Evaluating electromagnetic information leakage from a cryptographic device takes a considerable amount of time because o... [more] EMCJ2017-75
pp.63-66
RCS 2017-10-19
15:55
Miyagi Tohoku Institute of Technology [Invited Lecture] Massive Connect IoT Using QZSS/GPS High Accuracy Time and Position Information
Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.), Hiroshi Oguma (NIT, Toyama College), Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) RCS2017-183
The next generation information network is expected to further develop as a social infrastructure in all fields such as ... [more] RCS2017-183
p.87
CQ 2017-08-28
13:20
Tokyo Tokyo University of Science [Tutorial Invited Lecture] Massive Connect IoT: Multiple Access Method Using High Accuracy Time and Position Information
Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.) CQ2017-54
The next generation information network is expected to further develop as a social infrastructure in all fields such as ... [more] CQ2017-54
p.25
IT 2017-07-14
10:50
Chiba Chiba University Variable-Length Intrinsic Randomness Problem Allowing Non-Vanishing Underflow Probability
Jun Yoshizawa, Shota Saito, Toshiyasu Matsushima (Waseda Univ.) IT2017-29
This paper deals with the variable-length intrinsic randomness problem for general sources. Previous study adopts the me... [more] IT2017-29
pp.73-78
ISEC, WBS, IT 2017-03-10
12:10
Tokyo TOKAI University Overflow Probability of Variable-Length Codes Allowing Non-Vanishing Error Probability
Ryo Nomura (Senshu Univ.), Hideki Yagi (Univ. of Electro-Comm.) IT2016-126 ISEC2016-116 WBS2016-102
We consider the variable-length coding allowing the error probability up to some constant. The optimum mean codeword len... [more] IT2016-126 ISEC2016-116 WBS2016-102
pp.173-178
SP, SIP, EA 2017-03-01
12:40
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center [Poster Presentation] Estimation of playing position from music and speech sources based on music database
Satoshi Inui, Toru Takahashi (OSU) EA2016-105 SIP2016-160 SP2016-100
We describe about music information retrieval (MIR) system in real environment. In the environment, music and non-music ... [more] EA2016-105 SIP2016-160 SP2016-100
pp.129-134
IT 2016-09-02
14:35
Saga New Heartpia Channel Resolvability over Single and Compound Channels
Hideki Yagi (UEC) IT2016-41
In the problem of channel resolvability, where a given output probability distribution via a channel is approximated by ... [more] IT2016-41
pp.41-46
QIT
(2nd)
2016-05-31
15:50
Kochi Kochi University of Technology Eikokuji campus A Hash Property of Statistical Ensembles and Rlation to Classical-Quantum Channel Coding
Tomohiro Ogawa (UEC)
We treat a certain hash property of ensembles of quantum states in the setting of information-spectrum methods. Consider... [more]
SANE 2016-04-22
14:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. [Special Talk] Historic Transition of Electronic Warfare Concepts and Essence of EMSO
Kinya Sasaki (TSL) SANE2016-7
In this manuscript, we systematically organize historic transition of Electronic Warfare concept, highlight the signific... [more] SANE2016-7
pp.39-44
SR 2016-01-21
13:25
Nagasaki Fukue-bunka-kaikan A study on threshold setting for spectrum sensing based on spectrum utilization rate
Kazuhiro Hayashi, Kenta Umebayashi (TUAT), Janne Lehtomaki (Univ. of Oulu), Yasuo Suzuki (TUAT) SR2015-73
In this paper, we investigate threshold setting for spectrum sensing based on statistics of spectrum usage for spectrum ... [more] SR2015-73
pp.9-15
SR 2015-05-29
13:00
Hyogo Akashi-Sangyou-Koryu-Center A study on margin for spectrum sensing based on statistical information of spectrum utilization
Kazuhiro Hayashi, Kenta Umebayashi, Yasuo Suzuki (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) SR2015-11
In this paper, we investigate design of spectrum sensing based on statistics of spectrum usage for spectrum sharing betw... [more] SR2015-11
pp.65-72
EMM, IT 2015-05-22
14:45
Kyoto Kyoto International Community House [Invited Talk] Complete Complementary Codes and Its Applications
Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College) IT2015-16 EMM2015-16
It is important to find spread spectrum sequences that have auto correlation with a single sharp peak and no cross corre... [more] IT2015-16 EMM2015-16
pp.87-92
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