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SS, MSS 2018-01-18
13:10
Hiroshima   Weighted Potential for Multipopulation Access Point Selection Games
Yuki Kodera, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) MSS2017-52 SS2017-39
Wireless access networks are characterized by interactions among users and/or communication carriers. An access point se... [more] MSS2017-52 SS2017-39
pp.31-34
MSS, CAS, SIP, VLD 2015-06-18
09:20
Hokkaido Otaru University of Commerce Stabilization of Nonequilibrium Target State in Population Games Using Capitation Tax and Subsidy
Masaya Kinoshita, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) CAS2015-13 VLD2015-20 SIP2015-44 MSS2015-13
In a large population which consists of many selfish players, their selfish strategy selection may lead an undesirable p... [more] CAS2015-13 VLD2015-20 SIP2015-44 MSS2015-13
pp.67-70
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2014-03-03
14:50
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Cell Selection in a Dynamic Femtocell Environment: Restless Multi-Armed Bandit Formulation
Chaima Dhahri, Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.) RCS2013-327
In this report, we model the problem of cell selection in open-access femtocell networks as a decentralized restless mul... [more] RCS2013-327
pp.127-131
SIP, CAS, MSS, VLD 2013-07-11
09:30
Kumamoto Kumamoto Univ. A Fictitious Delay Based Control of Selfish Routing in Multicommodity Networks
Keisuke Nishida, Takafumi Kanazawa, Toshimitsu Ushio (Osaka Univ.) CAS2013-3 VLD2013-13 SIP2013-33 MSS2013-3
Selfish routing in networks is selfish route selections of players who want to minimize their own data transmission late... [more] CAS2013-3 VLD2013-13 SIP2013-33 MSS2013-3
pp.15-18
PRMU, IBISML, IPSJ-CVIM
(Joint) [detail]
2012-09-02
10:30
Tokyo   Detecting Changes of Graph Partitioning Structures using Stochastic Decision Trees
Shoichi Sato, Kenji Yamanishi (Univ. of Tokyo) PRMU2012-31 IBISML2012-14
We are concerned with the issue of estimating graph partitioning structures
from time series and tracking their changes... [more]
PRMU2012-31 IBISML2012-14
pp.9-16
AI 2012-06-21
17:15
Tokyo   An Extraction Method of Influential Nodes Considering Update of Social Network
Masaki Oono (UEC Tokyo) AI2012-7
In this paper, we focus on the target set selection problem, which involves discovering a small subset of influential no... [more] AI2012-7
pp.33-37
IBISML 2012-06-19
- 2012-06-20
Kyoto Campus plaza Kyoto Detecting changes of graph partitioning structures
Shoichi Sato, Kenji Yamanishi (Univ. of Tokyo)
We are concerned with the issue of estimating graph partitioning structures
from time series and tracking their changes... [more]

IBISML 2011-11-09
15:45
Nara Nara Womens Univ. Detecting Changes of Clustering Structures using Renormalized Maximum Likelihood Coding
So Hirai, Kenji Yamanishi (Univ. of Tokyo) IBISML2011-62
Suppose that we sequentially observe multi-dimensional data sets, which are non-stationary. We are concerned with the i... [more] IBISML2011-62
pp.135-142
IBISML 2011-11-10
15:45
Nara Nara Womens Univ. Dynamic model selection with resetting distributions
Eiichi Sakurai (AIST), Kenji Yamanishi (The Univ. of Tokyo) IBISML2011-66
We are concerned with the issue of tracking changes of statistical models (e.g. the number of parameters, a discrete mod... [more] IBISML2011-66
pp.163-168
IBISML 2011-11-10
15:45
Nara Nara Womens Univ. Sequential Network Change Detection with Its Applications to Advertisement Impact Relation Analysis
Yu Hayashi, Kenji Yamanishi (Univ. of Tokyo.) IBISML2011-71
This paper addresses the issue of network change detection from non-stationary time series data. We employ as a represen... [more] IBISML2011-71
pp.199-206
IBISML 2011-06-20
14:30
Tokyo Takeda Hall Network Change Detection with Its Applications to Advertisement Impact Relation Analysis
Yu Hayashi, Kenji Yamanishi (Univ. of Tokyo.) IBISML2011-9
This paper addresses the issue of network change detection with its applications to advertisement impact relation analys... [more] IBISML2011-9
pp.59-66
IT 2010-11-30
14:30
Nagano   [Invited Talk] Recent Advances in Information-Theoretic Learning Theory -- Tracking Latent Dynamics --
Kenji Yamanishi (Univ. of Tokyo) IT2010-51
This paper addresses the issue of detecting changes of latent strucures behind data.The theory of probabilsitic models w... [more] IT2010-51
pp.1-8
MSS, CAS 2010-11-19
16:10
Osaka Kansai Univ. Braess's Paradox in Graph B^k with Two Sources
Shimpei Hamaguchi, Takafumi Kanazawa, Toshimitsu Ushio (Osaka Univ.) CAS2010-82 CST2010-55
Selfish routing is a selfish route selection of players in computer networks. Players are assumed to select paths so as ... [more] CAS2010-82 CST2010-55
pp.95-99
IBISML 2010-06-15
16:45
Tokyo Takeda Hall, Univ. Tokyo A linear time algorithm for sequential dynamic model selection
Eiichi Sakurai, Kenji Yamanishi (Univ. of Tokyo.) IBISML2010-25
This paper addresses the issue of dynamic model selection (DMS), in which the goal is to select an optimal model sequenc... [more] IBISML2010-25
pp.175-180
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