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DE 2022-06-25
Tokyo Musashino University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
The optimum signal approximation clarifying the importance of parallel world and a comment to ABC problem
Takuro Kida (Tokyo Tech.), Yuichi Kida (OHU Univ.) DE2022-2
In this paper, it is shown a base of the new
trend of algorithm mathematically that treats a historical
reason of cont... [more]
AP 2022-03-10
Online Online A Study on Reducing the Number of Measurement Points Required for Estimating the Radiation Characteristics of Antennas in OTA Tests
Yusuke Mitsui, Arai Hiroyuki (Yokohama National Univ.) AP2021-184
In recent years, Over the Air (OTA) test has been attracting attention to evaluate the wireless capabilities of the IoT ... [more] AP2021-184
AP 2021-10-07
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Far field estimation from a single hemispherical near field amplitude by the PR method using an appropriate initial phase information
Yusuke Mitsui, Hiroyuki Arai (Yokohama National Univ.) AP2021-79
The characteristics of an antenna are determined by the far field and several kinds of the near field to far field trans... [more] AP2021-79
Online Online Demonstration of Footprint Fixation and Area Optimization Using a Prototype Cylindrical Array Antenna for HAPS Service Link
Shoichi Sudo, Yohei Shibata, Koji Tashiro, Wataru Takabatake, Kenji Hoshino (SB) AP2021-62
High-Altitude Platform Station (HAPS), which provides direct communication services to mobile devices on the ground from... [more] AP2021-62
EA, ASJ-H 2021-07-16
Online Online Inverse esitimaion of shapes of vocal-tract models with cascading two acoustic tubes from sound spectrogram using CNN
Takuya Chiba, Hiroki Matsuzaki, Naofumi Wada, Megumi Takezawa, Hirofumi Sanada (Hokkaido Univ of Science) EA2021-19
We are attempting to use machine learning to vocal tract shape from speaking voice. For this purpose, we have used the v... [more] EA2021-19
MBE, IEE-MBE 2021-06-25
Online Online Solution of nonlinear inverse problems with photon-by-photon propagation variability in near-infrared optical tomography imaging
Yuji Kato (Hokkaido Univ.) MBE2021-11
A method has been developed for estimating the layered absorption coefficient distribution in the depth direction of an ... [more] MBE2021-11
Online Online Computational Cost Reduction of Incident Power Density Reconstruction for Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields at Quasi-Millimeter and Millimeter Wave Bands
Shuntaro Omi, Kensuke Sasaki, Kanako Wake (NICT) EMCJ2020-77
The incident power density (IPD) is employed as a measure of the local human exposure at quasi-millimeter and millimeter... [more] EMCJ2020-77
EA, US, SP, SIP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2021-03-03
Online Online Fundamental study of trace-moisture inverse gas chromatography using ball surface acoustic wave sensor
Toshihiro Tsuji, Yoshikazu Ohara, Tsuyoshi Mihara (Tohoku Univ.) US2020-78
The adsorption and desorption of the trace moisture less than 1ppmv may cause the problems in stainless-steel tube syste... [more] US2020-78
US 2021-02-22
Online Online Inverse wave analysis for crack opening displacement using sparse modeling
Sohichi Hirose, Ayumi Wakita (Tokyo Tech) US2020-73
Sparse modeling has been applied to many inverse problems as an approximate
method to solve an equation with sparsely ... [more]
SANE 2021-01-28
Online Online A Study on the optimum incident order of wave sources in the T-FBTS method considering the noise
Kai Yoshigi, Toshiyuki Tanaka, Moriyama Toshifumi, Fujiyoshi Kazuki (Nagasaki Univ) SANE2020-39
The development of non-destructive inspection and non-invasive diagnosis devices using electromagnetic waves is desired ... [more] SANE2020-39
EMT, IEE-EMT 2020-11-06
Online Online Incident Power Density Prediction by Inverse Source Method for Human Exposure Assessment at Sub-Millimeter and Millimeter Wave Band
Shuntaro Omi, Kensuke Sasaki, Kanako Wake (NICT) EMT2020-44
The prediction of the incident power density employing the inverse source method is studied for human exposure assessmen... [more] EMT2020-44
SR 2020-06-04
Online Online Measurement of radio channel impulse response using USRP X300 software defined radio considering non-causal components
Tomoya Nakahama, Yoji Yamada (NIT, Ishikawa College), Suguru Kameda, Mizuki Motoyoshi, Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) SR2020-1
To prototype a wireless system that includes cancellation using a software defined radio (SDR), the channel impulse resp... [more] SR2020-1
SANE 2020-01-31
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Study on the noise immunity of T-FBTS Method
Kazuki Fujiyoshi, Toshiyuki Tanaka, Toshihumi Moriyama, Akio Hiroshige (Nagasaki Univ.) SANE2019-92
In order to develop a nondestructive or noninvasive diagnostic device using electromagnetic waves, reconstruction of the... [more] SANE2019-92
R 2019-12-13
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Statistical method of estimating the date when school lunch caused mass food poisoning was supplied
Mitsuhiro Kimura (Hosei Univ.), Shuhei Ota (Kanagawa Univ.) R2019-51
We focus on estimating the date when school lunch caused mass food poisoning was supplied. In the literature, a log-norm... [more] R2019-51
EMT, IEE-EMT 2019-11-07
Saga Hotel Syunkeiya Design of computer-generated hologram for discrimination of concave and convex fine defects on dielectric surface
Jun-ichiro Sugisaka, Takashi Yasui, Koichi Hirayama (Kitami Inst. Tech.) EMT2019-47
Small defects on a flat surface can be measured from the phase information of the reflected light. However, discriminati... [more] EMT2019-47
AP 2019-10-17
Osaka Osaka Univ. [Poster Presentation] A Study on Source Reconstruction Method Using Eigenmode current of Fictitious Source
Kazuto Mochiki, Keisuke Konno, Qiang Chen (Tohoku Univ.) AP2019-95
In recent years, small and high speed operating electronic devices have been widely used. As a result, undesired electro... [more] AP2019-95
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Invited Lecture] DOA Estimation Using Sparse Modeling
Toshihiko Nishimura, Seigi Nakatsu, Takeo Ohgane, Yasutaka Ogawa (Hokkaido Univ.)
The problem of estimating the direction of arrival (DOA) of radio waves from signals received by multiple antennas is a ... [more]
IT 2019-09-06
Oita Yufuin Kenshujo, Nippon Bunri University [Invited Talk] Hadamard-type Matrices on Finite Fields and Some Open Problems
Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College) IT2019-31
Hadamard matrix is defined as a square matrix where any components are $-1$ or $+1$, and where any pairs of rows are mut... [more] IT2019-31
EA, SIP, SP 2019-03-14
Nagasaki i+Land nagasaki (Nagasaki-shi) Beamforming for Brain-Activity Reconstruction under Time-Correlated Interference
Takehiro Kono (Keio Univ.), Masahiro Yukawa (Keio Univ./Riken), Tomasz Piotrowski (Nicolaus Copernicus Univ./Interdisciplinary Center for Modern Te) EA2018-116 SIP2018-122 SP2018-78
We consider the problem of reconstruction of brain activity from non-invasive electroencephalography (EEG) signals using... [more] EA2018-116 SIP2018-122 SP2018-78
Tokyo University of Electro Communications Approximation of inverse embedding function using neural network, and its application for the interpretation of document data distribution
Yuya Mizobuchi, Hirotaka Hachiya (Wakayama Univ.) NC2018-54
Recently, analysing the relation between human and compnies based those related documents such as tweets and web pages.
... [more]
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