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ICD, CPSY, CAS 2017-12-14
13:40
Okinawa Art Hotel Ishigakijima Performance Evaluation of Android Cluster Computer using Open MPI
Hiroki Sugiyama, Masahiro Nissato, Kohta Shigenobu, Kanemitsu Ootsu, Takashi Yokota, Takeshi Ohkawa (Utsunomiya Univ.) CAS2017-72 ICD2017-60 CPSY2017-69
Recently, many mobile devices including smartphones and table devices employs multi-core processor and GPU and have adva... [more] CAS2017-72 ICD2017-60 CPSY2017-69
pp.45-50
SS, KBSE, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2017-07-19
16:25
Hokkaido   Investigation of Developer Counts and Bug Fix Occurrences for Java Source Files -- An Analysis Focusing on Dependent Relationships among Source Files --
Kazuki Yamauchi, Hirohisa Aman, Minoru Kawahara (Ehime Univ.) SS2017-12 KBSE2017-12
This paper focuses on the relationship between the number of developers involved in a source file and its code quality, ... [more] SS2017-12 KBSE2017-12
pp.67-72
EMCJ 2016-11-25
11:20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A Study on Embedded Multi-Layer F-SIR Structure for Wideband Negative Group Delay Characteristics
Ryuji Sasaki (Akita Univ.), Yoshiki Kayano (UEC), Motoshi Tanaka (Akita Univ.) EMCJ2016-91
Though the multi-layer F-SIR (Folded-Stepped Impedance Resonator) structure had been proposed, the wideband negative GD ... [more] EMCJ2016-91
pp.19-24
AP 2014-06-12
12:55
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Parallelization of FDTD and its open source program
Akio Oga (EEM Inc.) AP2014-41
Several techniques parallelizing FDTD are presented. They include OpenMP, Multi-threading, MPI, CUDA and OpenCL. Program... [more] AP2014-41
pp.7-12
EMCJ, IEE-EMC, MW, EST [detail] 2013-10-24
15:45
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Design of an FPGA-Based FDTD Accelerator Using OpenCL
Yasuhiro Takei, Hasitha Muthumala Waidyasooriya, Masanori Hariyama, Michitaka Kameyama (Tohoku Univ.) EMCJ2013-73 MW2013-113 EST2013-65
High-performance computing systems with dedicated hardware on FPGAs can achieve power efficient computations compared wi... [more] EMCJ2013-73 MW2013-113 EST2013-65
pp.73-76
SS 2013-01-11
10:45
Okinawa   Empirical Study on Inclusion Relation among Software Licenses of Open Source Software
Yuki Manabe, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.)
Developers reuse source code files in other project and library to develop large software efficiently. A license of the ... [more] SS2012-56
pp.61-66
ET 2012-11-17
15:50
Saga   Determining the presence or absence of saccades in student observation system
Shini Nakakita, Yuji Nakagawa (Ehime Univ.) ET2012-64
By the spread of e-Learning in the higher education institutions and enterprises, a number of education has come to be c... [more] ET2012-64
pp.67-71
SS, IPSJ-SE 2012-11-02
11:10
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University An Empirical Study of Clone Disappearances on Open Source Software Projects
Keisuke Hotta, Yoshiki Higo, Shinji Kusumoto (Osaka Univ.) SS2012-42
Code clones have been well studied because the presence of clones is regarded as a bad smell for software maintenance. O... [more] SS2012-42
pp.111-116
DC, CPSY
(Joint)
2012-08-03
11:45
Tottori Torigin Bunka Kaikan A Discussion for Acceleration of Ray Tracing Algorithms for Lighting Simulation on Several Parallel Computing Environments
Yuki Kurano, Masato Yoshimi, Mitsunori Miki, Tomoyuki Hiroyasu (Doshisha Univ.) CPSY2012-23
 [more] CPSY2012-23
pp.85-90
AP, SAT
(Joint)
2012-07-27
13:00
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Proposal of Propagation Model for Indoor Open-space between Floors considering the Effect of Carrier frequency and Cross-section size
Yun Wen, Hiroshi Fujita, Makoto Yoshida (Fujitsu Labs) AP2012-56
Propagation model for path-loss estimation of indoor radio propagation is very important for indoor wireless system desi... [more] AP2012-56
pp.149-154
DC 2012-06-22
14:20
Tokyo Room B3-1 Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg [Invited Talk] Empirical study for signal integrity-defects
Hiroshi Takahashi, Yoshinobu Higami (Ehime Univ.), Toshiyuki Tsutsumi, Koji Yamazaki (Meiji Univ.), Hiroyuki Yotsuyanagi, Masaki Hashizume (Univ. Tokushima) DC2012-12
We try to empirically study signal integrity-defects.
In this study, we analyze the resistive open fault that causes th... [more]
DC2012-12
pp.21-26
SS 2012-03-13
16:45
Okinawa Tenbusu-Naha An Empirical Study of Bug Prediction for Software Changes
Yasutaka Kamei, Naoyasu Ubayashi (Kyushu Univ.) SS2011-72
To clarify the effects of bug prediction for software changes,this paper experimentally evaluates the performance of bug... [more] SS2011-72
pp.91-96
KBSE 2011-09-22
11:15
Overseas Ocean Grand Hotel Jeju A Survival Analysis of Code Change focusing on Code Dependency and Code Clone
Ryohei Asano, Myrizki Sandhi Yudha, Hirohisa Aman (Ehime Univ) KBSE2011-35
Generally, software evolutions including quality improvements and feature developments
are undergone through the source... [more]
KBSE2011-35
pp.67-72
SS 2011-07-01
10:30
Overseas Korea Univ. (Seoul) Finding Code Clones for Refactoring with Clone Metrics: A Case Study of Open Source Software
Eunjong Choi (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (NAIST), Takashi Ishio, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.), Tateki Sano (NEC) SS2011-10
A code clone is a code fragment that has identical or similar code fragments to it in the source code.
Code clone has b... [more]
SS2011-10
pp.53-57
KBSE 2011-05-26
16:45
Kagawa Kagawa University On Chain of Code Changes and Its Rate of Occurrence in Open Source Development
Ryohei Asano, Hirohisa Aman (Ehime Univ.) KBSE2011-6
In consecutive upgrades of a source code,some upgrade spots (code fragments) are overlapped: that is, ``chain of code ch... [more] KBSE2011-6
pp.31-36
KBSE 2010-11-24
11:30
Shizuoka Faculty of Infomatics, Shizuoka Univ. A Quantitative Analysis of Comment Description and Comment Out Toward Fault-Proneness Prediction
Hirohisa Aman (Ehime Univ.) KBSE2010-25
Comments written in a source code would be useful for understanding the code. However, some comments mask problematic co... [more] KBSE2010-25
pp.13-18
KBSE 2010-07-30
09:45
Hokkaido Kushiro Public University of Economics On a Mathematical Modeling and a Prediction of Code Churn in Open Source Development -- Empirical Study using Growth Curve Model --
Takahiro Ohkochi, Hirohisa Aman (Ehime Univ.) KBSE2010-20
In an open source software development, a source code is a basic product reflecting the software develop-
mental status... [more]
KBSE2010-20
pp.25-30
SS 2009-12-18
12:00
Kagawa Kagawa Univ. A Trend Prediction of Code Churn in Open Source Development -- An Application of Growth Curve Model --
Hirohisa Aman (Ehime Univ.) SS2009-47
Source code is a basic product reflecting a status of an open source development.
A quantitative understanding of sourc... [more]
SS2009-47
pp.73-78
SS, KBSE 2009-05-22
11:45
Akita Akita University An Application of Control Chart and Growth Curve Model for Estimating Number of Bugs in Open Source Development
Takahiro Ohkochi, Hirohisa Aman (Ehime Univ.) SS2009-11 KBSE2009-11
This paper focuses on a growth curve model-based method for estimating
the total number of bugs in open source develop... [more]
SS2009-11 KBSE2009-11
pp.61-66
MBE 2008-05-23
15:20
Toyama Faculty of Engineering, Toyama University A three-demensional analysis of clavicular movement using open-MRI
Naoki Yoneya, Yasuo Nakamura, Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ.), Masahiko Komai, Katsuya Nobuhara, Hiroshi Tanaka (Nobuhara Hospital) MBE2008-10
Human shoulder joint has a complex bony structure consisting of humeral, scapular, and clavicle. In order to figure out ... [more] MBE2008-10
pp.45-50
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