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SIS 2019-12-12
15:45
Okayama Okayama University of Science [Invited Talk] Consensus-Based Distributed Algorithms and Applications to Machine Learning
Norikazu Takahashi (Okayama Univ.) SIS2019-29
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SIS2019-29
p.35
SeMI, RCS, NS, SR, RCC
(Joint)
2019-07-11
10:40
Osaka I-Site Nanba(Osaka) [Poster Presentation] Backoff Control for Consensus Problem based on CSMA/CA
Tomoya Nishino, Koji Ishii (Kagawa Univ.) RCC2019-23 NS2019-59 RCS2019-116 SR2019-35 SeMI2019-32
This paper provides an adaptive backoff period setting for CSMA/CA based consensus problem. The consensus we focused in ... [more] RCC2019-23 NS2019-59 RCS2019-116 SR2019-35 SeMI2019-32
pp.61-66(RCC), pp.87-92(NS), pp.83-88(RCS), pp.93-98(SR), pp.75-80(SeMI)
NLP, MSS
(Joint)
2019-03-14
15:10
Fukui Bunkyo Camp., Univ. of Fukui On Stability of Consensus Control of Discrete-time Multi-agent Systems by a Single Pinning Agent
Dongwu Xu, Toshimitsu Ushio (Osaka Univ.) MSS2018-87
In this report, we consider the consensus problem of discrete-time multi-agent systems with a pinning control method. We... [more] MSS2018-87
pp.35-38
WBS, ITS, RCC 2018-12-06
13:00
Okinawa Miyako Island Hirara Port Terminal Bldg. [Poster Presentation] Multi-hop Transmission Aided Consensus Problem Using the Farthest State Information as Side-Information
Tomoya Nishino, Koji Ishii (Kagawa Univ.) WBS2018-49 ITS2018-32 RCC2018-80
Wireless communication constraints significantly degrades the quality-of-control in a consensus control. To mitigate the... [more] WBS2018-49 ITS2018-32 RCC2018-80
pp.121-124
NLP 2018-08-09
09:55
Kagawa Saiwai-cho Campus, Kagawa Univ. A Convergence Condition for the Projected Consensus Algorithm on a Network with a Fixed Topology
Kosuke Kawashima, Norikazu Takahashi (Okayama Univ.) NLP2018-65
This report studies the problem of making the states of all agents in a network converge to the same point in the inters... [more] NLP2018-65
pp.63-68
CAS, SIP, MSS, VLD 2018-06-14
10:00
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. (Frontier Research in Applied Sciences Build.) Self-Triggered Predictive Pinning Control for Consensus of Multi-Agent Systems
Shun Andoh, Koichi Kobayashi, Yuh Yamashita (Hokkaido Univ.) CAS2018-4 VLD2018-7 SIP2018-24 MSS2018-4
Pinning control of multi-agent systems is a method that the external control input is added to some agents (pinning node... [more] CAS2018-4 VLD2018-7 SIP2018-24 MSS2018-4
pp.17-21
MSS, NLP
(Joint)
2018-03-14
10:45
Osaka   Consensus Speed of Multi-agent Systems Modeled by Scale-free Graph
Akinori Sakaguchi, Toshimitsu Ushio (Osaka Univ.) NLP2017-109
In a pinning consensus problem of multi-agent systems, a consensus speed of a static pinning control is generally bounde... [more] NLP2017-109
pp.43-46
ITS, WBS, RCC 2017-12-15
11:45
Okinawa Tiruru/Okinawa Jichikaikan Predictive Pinning Control for Consensus of Multi-Agent Systems
Koichi Kobayashi (Hokkaido Univ.) WBS2017-72 ITS2017-49 RCC2017-88
In this paper, based on the policy of model predictive control (MPC), a new method of predictive pinning control is prop... [more] WBS2017-72 ITS2017-49 RCC2017-88
pp.209-213
NS 2017-10-26
14:55
Osaka I-site nanba [Poster Presentation] Distribution ledger management using cluster division in blockchain
Yudai Kaneko, Takuya Asaka (TMU) NS2017-98
Blockchain is the fundamental system of bitcoin running on non-structured P2P networks. This con-
struct a practical di... [more]
NS2017-98
pp.47-52
SWIM 2017-05-19
16:45
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Proposal of Business Evaluation Method for Value Chain Creation through Cross-sectoral Collaboration
Satoru Hori, Yoshiyasu Takahashi, Kaori Nakagawa, Ryota Mibe (Hitachi) SWIM2017-6
As society has become more complex, social problems that can not be solved by a single company, such as increase of medi... [more] SWIM2017-6
pp.29-33
RCS 2017-04-24
16:00
Kagawa Kotohira Onsen Kotosankaku [Invited Talk] Design of Wireless Communication for Reliable Consensus Problem
Koji Ishii (Kagawa Univ.) RCS2017-13
Japanese government decided to place great importance on four key technologies, IoT, Big data, AI, and high-level of rob... [more] RCS2017-13
pp.61-66
MSS, SS 2017-01-27
15:20
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology A Study on Effect of Zeros in Pinning Consensus of Multi-agent Systems
Akinori Sakaguchi, Toshimitsu Ushio (Osaka Univ.) MSS2016-77 SS2016-56
In this study, we consider pinning control of a single agent for multi-agent systems. For multi-agent systems modeled by... [more] MSS2016-77 SS2016-56
pp.117-122
WBS, RCC, ITS 2016-12-01
13:00
Kagawa Sunport Hall Takamatsu Call occurrence probability Control for Consensus Problem based on Slotted-Aloha
Kenta Onishi, Koji Ishii (Kagawa Univ.) WBS2016-54 ITS2016-21 RCC2016-43
To realize a consensus problem based on wireless communication, it is necessary to consider several constraints caused b... [more] WBS2016-54 ITS2016-21 RCC2016-43
pp.37-42
KBSE 2016-03-04
16:00
Oita   Application of the conceptual model to re-engineering
Akio Jin, Gengo Suzuki, Masayuki Inoue, Yukako Iimura, Keitaro Horikawa (NTT) KBSE2015-67
We suggest a re-engineering strategy that we reduce the complexity of the business system and promote concise developmen... [more] KBSE2015-67
pp.109-114
RCC 2016-01-29
13:30
Osaka Kansai University Umekita Laboratory [Invited Talk] Distributed Cooperative Control for Multi-Agent Systems
Naoki Hayashi (Osaka Univ) RCC2015-90
Recently, cooperative control of multi-agent systems has attracted much attention in control engineering. This paper giv... [more] RCC2015-90
pp.23-24
RCC 2016-01-29
14:40
Osaka Kansai University Umekita Laboratory A Study on Power Saving for wireless communication in Consensus Problem
Kenta Onishi, Koji Ishii (Kagawa Univ.) RCC2015-91
In the consensus problem based on wireless communications, several constraint conditions, i.e., communication coverage, ... [more] RCC2015-91
pp.25-30
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2014-11-20
16:30
Okinawa Nobumoto Ohama Memorial Hall (Ishigaki island) Analysis of Average Consensus Dynamics for Faster Convergence
Kenji Nomura, Naoki Hayashi, Shigemasa Takai (Osaka Univ.) CAS2014-97 MSS2014-61
In this paper, we consider convergence speed of consensus problems in multi-agent systems.The convergence speed of conse... [more] CAS2014-97 MSS2014-61
pp.81-84
COMP 2014-03-10
14:15
Tokyo   Randomized consensus algorithm using MRSW registers under oblivious adversary
Satoru Nakajima, Michiko Inoue (NAIST) COMP2013-68
In this paper, we propose an efficient randomized consensus algorithm in distributed shared register model under an obli... [more] COMP2013-68
pp.53-60
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2013-12-18
- 2013-12-20
Ehime Matsuyama Multi-Purpose Community Cente Supporting consensus-building and management of conversation using tablet terminals
Hironobu Takagi, Kazutaka Shimada (Kyutech)
Problem-based learning (PBL), which is a learning method in small collaborative groups to learn what they need to know i... [more]
NLC, TL 2012-10-27
11:00
Hokkaido Room R791, Research Bldg., Hakodate Future Univ. Discourse analysis of group discussion focusing on facilitator's influence
Wataru Sugimoto, Hiroko Otsuka (FUN Hakodate) TL2012-27 NLC2012-26
In the social problem solving, there is a growing interest for information sharing, decision-making, and consensus build... [more] TL2012-27 NLC2012-26
pp.7-12
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