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COMP, IPSJ-AL 2021-05-08
Online Online An Extension of Cartesian Tree Matching Based-on Subsequences
Takeshi Kai, Kenta Mitsuyoshi, Isamu Furuya, Hiroki Arimura (Hokkaido Univ.) COMP2021-6
In this paper, we consider the Cartesian tree matching problem, originally introduced by Park et al. in 2019. Despite of... [more] COMP2021-6
Online Online Dynamic TDD Allocation via Fractional Programming for Cell-Free Massive MIMO Systems
Shuto Fukue (UEC), Hiroki Iimori, Giuseppe Abreu (Jacobs Univ. Bremen), Koji Ishibashi (UEC) RCS2020-151
In this paper, we consider a user-centric spacial resource management problem for cell-free massive MIMO architectures w... [more] RCS2020-151
IT 2020-12-02
Online Online Policy Optimization Based on Bayesian Decision Theory in Learning Period on Markov Decision Process
Naoki Ichijo, Yuta Nakahara, Yuto Motomura, Toshiyasu Matsushima (Waseda Univ.) IT2020-31
In Markov decision process(MDP) problems with an unknown transition probability, a learning agent has to learn the unkno... [more] IT2020-31
ITS, IEE-ITS 2020-03-10
Shiga Ritsumeikan Univ. (BKC)
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Train positioning using triaxial acceleration information and acoustic information obtained from the smartphone fixed in the train
Yuki Saigusa, Takaaki Hasegawa (Saitama Univ.) ITS2019-64
In this paper, considering a train positioning system using triaxial acceleration information and acoustic information o... [more] ITS2019-64
COMP 2019-10-25
Hokkaido Sapporo Campus, Hokkaido University Simple Fold and Cut Problem for Line Segments
Guoxin Hu (JAIST), Shin-ichi Nakano (Gunma University), Ryuhei Uehara (JAIST), Takeaki Uno (NII) COMP2019-20
We investigate a natural variant of the fold-and-cut problem. We are given a long paper strip P and n line segments draw... [more] COMP2019-20
RCC, MICT 2019-05-29
Tokyo TOKYO BIG SIGHT Dynamic Surveillance over Graphs by Multiple Agents -- On Feasibility Conditions --
Koichi Kobayashi (Hokkaido Univ.) RCC2019-1 MICT2019-1
The surveillance problem is to find optimal trajectories of agents that patrol a given area as evenly as possible. In th... [more] RCC2019-1 MICT2019-1
PRMU, BioX 2019-03-18
Tokyo   [Invited Talk] Geometrically Consistent Pedestrian Trajectory Extraction for Gait Recognition (BTAS 2018)
Yasushi Makihara, Gakuto Ogi, Yasushi Yagi (Osaka Univ.) BioX2018-66 PRMU2018-170
In the gait recognition community, silhouette-based gait representations such as gait energy image have been widely empl... [more] BioX2018-66 PRMU2018-170
MSS, SS 2019-01-15
Okinawa   Model Predictive Control of Dynamics in Power Consumption for Demand Response
Kenta Ohashi, Koichi Kobayashi, Yuh Yamashita (Hokkaido Univ.) MSS2018-55 SS2018-26
Demand response is a method of controlling electric equipments on the customer side according to the situation of power ... [more] MSS2018-55 SS2018-26
IBISML 2018-11-05
Hokkaido Hokkaido Citizens Activites Center (Kaderu 2.7) [Poster Presentation] Selective Inference for Dynamic Programming-based Sequence Segmentation
Hiroki Toda, Yuta Umezu, Takuto Sakuma (NIT), Ichiro Takeuchi (NIT/NIMS/RIKEN) IBISML2018-81
Recently, a large number of sensor devices have enabled us to collect various kind of sequence data easily. Sequence seg... [more] IBISML2018-81
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2018-05-26
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Worst-Case Scenario for Γ-Robust Optimization
Jiabao Zhang (Nagoya Univ.), Wei Wu (Seikei Univ.), Mutsunori Yagiura (Nagoya Univ.) COMP2018-1
Robust optimization is motivated by practical applications and deals with optimization problems in which some input para... [more] COMP2018-1
SR 2018-05-24
Tokyo Tokyo big sight [Invited Lecture] Video Streaming Method using Object Recognition for IoT
Hajime Kanzaki (Hitachi), Kevin Schubert, Nicholas Bambos (Stanford Univ.) SR2018-9
Wireless video applications for Industrial Internet Of Things (IoT) are expanding into a multitude of new services. In t... [more] SR2018-9
ISEC, COMP 2017-12-21
Kochi Eikokuji Campus, Kochi University of Technology An optimal strategy of the second player for the 1-round voronoi game on trees
Akihiro Sugimoto (Kobe Univ.), Toshiki Saitoh (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) ISEC2017-77 COMP2017-31
Voronoi game is an encampment game which is played on a plane. The game is expected to be applied to a model of competit... [more] ISEC2017-77 COMP2017-31
Hiroshima Aster Plaza [Invited Lecture] Video Streaming Method using Edge Computing for IoT
Hajime Kanzaki (Hitachi), Kevin Schubert, Nicholas Bambos (Stanford Univ.) NS2017-135 RCS2017-261
Wireless video applications for Industrial Internet Of Things (IoT) are expanding into a multitude of new services. In t... [more] NS2017-135 RCS2017-261
pp.47-52(NS), pp.59-64(RCS)
CPSY 2017-11-19
Aomori Aomori Tourist Information Center, ASPAM [Poster Presentation] GPU Applications with Single Kernel Synchronization Technique
Shunji Funasaka, Koji Nakano, Yasuaki Ito (Hiroshima Univ.) CPSY2017-56
A task array is a 2-dimensional array of tasks with dependency relations.
Conventional CUDA implementations repeatedly ... [more]
RECONF 2017-09-25
Tokyo DWANGO Co., Ltd. A Study of Applicability of FPGA Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration Technique on COTS-based Carrier Network Equipment with HW/SW Co-design Scheme
Toru Homemoto, Hisaharu Ishii, Toshiya Matsuda, Masaru Katayama, Kazuyuki Matsumura (NTT) RECONF2017-25
The authors consider applying FPGA Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration (DPR) technique to carrier network equipment built wi... [more] RECONF2017-25
ITS, IPSJ-ITS, IEE-ITS 2017-09-04
Toyama Toyama Institute of Information Systems A Fast Map-matching algorithm based on Global Optimization -- Dynamic Programming and a fast link connectivity verification --
Tatsuya Hamaoka (Fujitsu Ten), Masato Mizu, Takayoshi Yokota (Tottori Univ.) ITS2017-8
The location data from positioning devices, such as GPS, provides vital information for the probe car systems aiming at... [more] ITS2017-8
SWIM, SC 2017-08-25
Tokyo   Dynamic Programming Method for Retrieving Similar Numerical Sequences -- Application to Mining Stock Price Sequences --
Yoshihisa Udagawa (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.) SWIM2017-9 SC2017-14
The trend of stock price fluctuation continues with intermission of several days because stock prices tend to fluctuate ... [more] SWIM2017-9 SC2017-14
COMP 2017-08-18
Aomori   A dynamic programming based algorithm for enumerating unlabeled unrooted trees
Ryuji Masui, Aleksandar Shurbevski, Hiroshi Nagamochi (Kyoto Univ.) COMP2017-17
We propose a dynamic programming based algorithm for the enumeration of unlabeled and unrooted trees on $n$ vertices. Th... [more] COMP2017-17
EMM, IT 2017-05-23
Yamagata Yamagata University(Yonezawa Campus) A Dynamic Programming Algorithm to Construct Optimal Code Trees of Binary AIFV-m Codes
Takaya Kawai, Ken-ichi Iwata (Univ. of Fukui), Hirosuke Yamamoto (The Univ. of Tokyo) IT2017-14 EMM2017-14
Yamamoto, Tsuchihashi, and Honda proposed binary almost instantaneous fixed-to-variable length (AIFV) codes, which allow... [more] IT2017-14 EMM2017-14
VLD 2017-03-03
Okinawa Okinawa Seinen Kaikan Dynamic Power Optimization for Asynchronous Circuits with Bundled-data Implementation based on the Mobility of Operations
Shunya Hosaka, Hiroshi Saito (Aizu Univ) VLD2016-122
In this paper, we propose a dynamic power optimization for asynchronous circuits with bundled-data implementation based ... [more] VLD2016-122
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