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EMM 2021-03-04
13:45
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Study on Watermarking Method Using SIFT Feature Points and DFT Domain
Rinka Kawano, Masaki Kawamura (Yamaguchi Univ.) EMM2020-68
It is necessary for watermarking methods to resist geometric and non-geometric attacks. The SIFT feature-based methods w... [more] EMM2020-68
pp.7-12
WBS, IT, ISEC 2021-03-05
10:55
Online Online Vehicle Speed and Driving Distance Estimation using Millimeter-wave Radar
Keiji Jimi, Takeki Ogitsu (Gunma Univ.) IT2020-141 ISEC2020-71 WBS2020-60
In the autonomous vehicle technology, the stable localization is required for safety driving. GNSS, LIDAR and Image sens... [more] IT2020-141 ISEC2020-71 WBS2020-60
pp.176-180
MICT, MI 2020-11-04
09:50
Online Online A Study of Multi-directional Heart-rate-estimation with Discrete Wavelet Transform and Band Pass Filter with mm-Wave FMCW Radar
Shunsuke Sato, Yaokun Hu, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) MICT2020-8 MI2020-34
When detecting a subject’s biological signals with mm-wave FMCW radar, some interference can be removed by the distance ... [more] MICT2020-8 MI2020-34
pp.7-12
R 2020-06-11
15:15
Online Online Comparison of Computation Algorithms for Poisson Binomial Distributions
Yuma Sakata, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima U.) R2020-4
In this article, we focus on the computation algorithms of Poisson binomial distributions, and compare the
well-known ... [more]
R2020-4
pp.21-26
CCS, NLP 2020-06-05
14:25
Online Online Note on the Discrete Fourier Transform on the Galois Extension Field GF(2^q)
Ryota Yamagata, Ibuki Nakamura, Hisato Fujisaka (Hiroshima City Univ.) NLP2020-17 CCS2020-7
In this manuscript, the discrete Fourier transform on a Galois extension field GF($2^q$) is discussed. A efficient discr... [more] NLP2020-17 CCS2020-7
pp.33-34
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2018-03-01
09:40
Kanagawa YRP Considerations on a MIMO Channel Prediction Scheme Using Multipath Separation in Delay, Departure Angle, and Arrival Angle Domains
Kanako Okumura, Yasutaka Ogawa, Toshihiko Nishimura, Takeo Ohgane (Hokkaido Univ.) RCS2017-348
In downlink multi-user MIMO transmission, channel state information is required for precoding at a base station. The cha... [more] RCS2017-348
pp.179-184
OPE 2017-12-07
11:15
Okinawa   Investigation of Performance Improvement of a Si Photonic Optical OFDM Demultiplexer with Phase Monitors
Tomohiro Naganuma, Kohei Simosawa, Kohei Morita, Hiroyuki Uenohara (Tokyo Tech) OPE2017-93
In recent years, optical OFDM, which is based on OFDM conventionally used for wireless communication, has been studied t... [more] OPE2017-93
pp.19-24
CS 2017-11-17
10:00
Kumamoto Aso Plaza Hotel N -Stream Superimposed System with m-point DFT for Visible Light Communication
Syuto Kibe, Koji Kamakura (CIT), Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.) CS2017-58
This paper proposes an ${N}$-stream superimposed system for
image-sensor-based visible light communications (IS-based V... [more]
CS2017-58
pp.21-26
NS, ASN, RCC, RCS, SR
(Joint)
2017-07-19
15:35
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Considerations on a Channel Prediction Scheme Using Multipath Separation in the Delay and Angle Domains
Kanako Okumura, Yasutaka Ogawa, Toshihiko Nishimura, Takeo Ohgane (Hokkaido Univ.) RCS2017-103
Due to motion of user equipment, propagation environments in wireless communication vary over time. In time-varying envi... [more] RCS2017-103
pp.61-66
VLD, CAS, MSS, SIP 2016-06-17
14:40
Aomori Hirosaki Shiritsu Kanko-kan Decoding of Rhythm Imagery from EEG
Haruki Okawa, Kaori Suefusa, Toshihisa Tanaka (TUAT) CAS2016-30 VLD2016-36 SIP2016-64 MSS2016-30
Rhythm is one element of music. Related works reported that brain activity under the presentation of auditory rhythmic s... [more] CAS2016-30 VLD2016-36 SIP2016-64 MSS2016-30
pp.161-166
QIT
(2nd)
2016-05-31
16:30
Kochi Kochi University of Technology Eikokuji campus Effects of multi-mode interference on photon number states
Jun-Yi Wu, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
A discrete Fourier transformation (DFT) of optical modes uniformly distributes a single photon over the modes, and forms... [more]
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2016-03-07
18:10
Okinawa   Image Denoising via Local Wiener Filtering
Yutaka Takagi, Masaaki Ikehara (Keio Univ.), Ming Shao, Yoichi Nakasone (HUAWEI JAPAN) IMQ2015-51 IE2015-150 MVE2015-78
In this paper, we propose the improved wiener filtering denoising method. In conventional wiener filter, whole image is ... [more] IMQ2015-51 IE2015-150 MVE2015-78
pp.129-134
OPE 2015-12-10
16:30
Ishikawa Shiinoki Cultural Complex Design of the 4-th order Optical Discrete Fourier Transformer with Asymmetric Mach-Zehnder Interferometer based on Si Buried Waveguide
Reiko Horiuchi, Haruki Yoshino, Masanori Hanawa (Univ. of Yamanashi) OPE2015-142
Fourier-coded synchronous optical code division multiplexing (FE-OCDM) scheme may realize optical orthogonal frequency d... [more] OPE2015-142
pp.15-20
AP 2015-12-10
10:05
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Analog Eigenmode Transmission for 2^nx2^n Short-range MIMO
Kentaro Murata (NDA), Naoki Honma (Iwate Univ.), Kentaro Nishimori (Niigata Univ.), Naobumi Michishita, Hisashi Morishita (NDA) AP2015-156
This report proposes a novel analog eigenmode transmission technique suitable for a short-range multiple-input multiple-... [more] AP2015-156
pp.11-16
CCS 2015-08-07
10:45
Hokkaido Dai-ichi Takimotokan (Noboribetsu, Hokkaido) Discrete Fourier Transform Test Based on the Simultaneous Use of Multiple Sequences
Hiroki Okada, Ken Umeno (Kyoto Univ.) CCS2015-42
In this paper, we review the problems in the Discrete Fourier
Transform (DFT) test included in SP800-22 released by ... [more]
CCS2015-42
pp.73-78
IT 2014-09-19
09:00
Chiba   Fast Decoding Algorithm for Projective Reed-Muller Codes and Its Computational Complexity
Norihiro Nakashima, Hajime Matsui (Toyota Tech. Inst.) IT2014-41
Projective Reed--Muller (RM) codes were introduced as a generalization of RM codes, and the lowest wight and the dual co... [more] IT2014-41
pp.1-6
IT 2013-11-26
13:35
Shizuoka Hotel Juraku [Invited Talk] Theory of Linear feedback shift Registers and Its Development
Hajime Matsui (Toyota Tech. Inst.) IT2013-41
Dr. James L. Massey, Professor Emeritus of Digital Technology at ETH Zurich, passed away on June 16, 2013. In this artic... [more] IT2013-41
pp.1-9
IT 2013-05-24
13:10
Fukui Hotel Matuya Sensen at Awara-onsen, Fukui Pref. A Note on Fast Algorithms of Shift Bound for Cyclic Codes
Takayasu Kaida (Kinki Univ.), Junru Zheng (Kyushu Women's Univ.) IT2013-5
The shift bound is one of well-known and good bounds for the designed minimum distance in cyclic codes. However there is... [more] IT2013-5
pp.19-22
BioX
(2nd)
2013-05-24
17:40
Toyama Toyama Prefectural University [Poster Presentation] A Logo Image Watermarking Using Spread Spectrum and Discrete Fourier Transform
Yuki Sawada, Ryuji Hamabe (FIT)
In the past, we proposed a logo watermarking method based on Discrete Fourie Transform (DFT)[1]. However, the method has... [more]
CAS, MSS 2011-11-18
13:55
Yamaguchi Univ. of Yamaguchi Reduction in sampling-point numbers for 3-D diamond- shaped DFTs used in harmonic balance method
Toshihiro Hori (Ibaraki CT) CAS2011-82 MSS2011-51
A method for reducing the numbers of sampling points to obtain the 3-D discrete Fourier transform (DFT) used in the harm... [more] CAS2011-82 MSS2011-51
pp.107-112
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