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CQ, MIKA
(Joint)
2021-09-09
11:35
Online Online On the Effectiveness of Breadth-First Search for Influence Maximization on Unknown Networks
Yuki Wakisaka, Ryotaro Matsuo (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.), Sho Tsugawa (Tsukuba Univ.), Hiroyuki Ohsaki (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) CQ2021-42
Recently, the influence maximization problem for unknown networks has received much attention. The problem aims to ident... [more] CQ2021-42
pp.29-34
COMP 2021-03-08
15:15
Online Online A hyper-heuristic for the maximum clique problem
Kazuho Kanahara, Kengo Katayama (OUS), Etsuji Tomita (UEC) COMP2020-34
The maximum clique problem (MCP) is one of the most important combinatorial optimization problems that has many practica... [more] COMP2020-34
pp.30-37
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2020-12-10
15:20
Online Online Effect of the tactile map area on the tactile symbol search time -- Analysis of the hand movements by using a motion capture system --
Kota Ohashi, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.) WIT2020-21
To investigate the effect of the tactile map area on the tactile symbol search time, an experiment had been conducted by... [more] WIT2020-21
pp.15-20
WIT, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2020-10-22
10:50
Online Online Tactile search asymmetry by the difference in symbol shapes
Kento Imori (Niigata Univ.) SP2020-9 WIT2020-10
The previous haptic search experiments using stimuli with different textures have shown that search asymmetry occurs dep... [more] SP2020-9 WIT2020-10
pp.7-12
MBE 2019-05-19
14:00
Niigata Niigata University Relationship between the size of the tactile maps and the target search time -- With sighted people as the participants --
Kota Ohashi, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.) MBE2019-9
To investigate the effect of changing the tactile map size on the target search time, we conducted a tactile exploration... [more] MBE2019-9
pp.45-49
AI 2018-02-17
11:40
Tokyo   Target search strategy using estimated view
Kazuto Murakami, Jun Rokui (Shimane Univ) AI2017-24
Communication has generally been used for the target search. It is necessary to prepare the environment to communicate f... [more] AI2017-24
pp.37-42
NLC, IPSJ-IFAT 2018-02-17
10:30
Osaka T.O.G. A Method of Extracting Related Terms in a Specialty Area
Satoshi Sunaga, Tsunenari Saitoh, Hiroshi Miyao, Yamato Harada (NTT) NLC2017-50
In a variety of information retrieval, if a related term dictionary exists,
it is effective because it can be used for... [more]
NLC2017-50
pp.51-56
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2016-12-15
13:00
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Relationship between the Number of Divisions and Search Time in Tactile Maps -- With Visually Impaired Persons as Participants --
Yuta Akiyama (Niigata Univ.), Midori Mishina (JR East), Hirotsugu Kaga, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.) WIT2016-58
The previous studies have shown that the scales around tactile maps and division of tactile maps can shorten the search ... [more] WIT2016-58
pp.75-80
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-11-19
14:35
Miyagi Tohoku University Multiple Particle Swarm Optimizers Based on Information Sharing
Hiroshi Sho (KyuTech) NC2016-37
In order to improve the search performance of multiple particle swarm optimizers, this paper proposes multiple particle ... [more] NC2016-37
pp.27-32
IBISML 2016-11-16
15:00
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Policy search based on sample clustering with Gaussian mixture model
Taiki Yano, Shinichi Maeda (Kyoto Univ.) IBISML2016-46
EM-based Policy Hyper Parameter Exploration (EPHE)(Wang et al., 2016) is a method that kills two birds with one stone; ... [more] IBISML2016-46
pp.9-15
IBISML 2016-03-17
16:10
Tokyo Institute of Statistical Mathematics Bayesian Monte-Carlo tree search method and its application to linear constrained nonlinear control problems
Ryo Otsuki, Shin-ichi Maeda, Shin Ishii (Kyoto Univ.) IBISML2015-98
For the nonlinear dynamics where the state transition is nonlinear with respect to the input, in general, we cannot obta... [more] IBISML2015-98
pp.31-38
RECONF 2015-09-18
09:25
Ehime Ehime University Trax solver based on machine-learned evaluation function
Takuya Nakamichi, Yusuke Sonoda, Takayuki Matsuzaki, Motoki Amagasaki, Masahiro Iida, Morihiro Kuga, Toshinori Sueyoshi (Kumamoto Univ.) RECONF2015-33
We develop a solver of board game Trax. Our basic strategy is a common game tree search algorithm. We explore the best m... [more] RECONF2015-33
pp.7-12
AI 2015-06-18
14:55
Tokyo   A Study on Multiple Sampling and Cooperation Strategy for Stochastic Distributed Constraint Optimization Method
Toshihiro Matsui (NITech) AI2015-7
Distributed Gibbs (DGibbs) is a sampling-based stochastic solution method for Distributed Constraint Optimization Proble... [more] AI2015-7
pp.37-42
PRMU 2013-03-15
14:45
Tokyo   Segmentation-free MRF Recognition Method in Combination with P2DBMN-MQDF for Online Handwritten Cursive Word
Bilan Zhu (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.), Arti Shivram, Srirangaraj Setlur, Venu Govindaraju (Univ. at Buffalo), Masaki Nakagawa (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.) PRMU2012-216
This paper describes an online handwritten English cursive word recognition method using a segmentation-free Markov rand... [more] PRMU2012-216
pp.213-218
MSS, SS 2013-03-07
13:00
Fukuoka Shikanoshima [Invited Talk] Online Adaptation of Decision Making on a Soccer Agent Team
Hidehisa Akiyama (Fukuoka Univ.) MSS2012-79 SS2012-79
In the RoboCup soccer simulation, our purpose is to improve the team
performance by encouraging a cooperation or compet... [more]
MSS2012-79 SS2012-79
pp.115-120
MoNA, AN, USN
(Joint)
2013-01-24
14:50
Miyagi ICHINOBO (Sendai-city) A Study on the Technical Strategy concerning of the Smart Device
Katsuyuki Umezawa, Mitsuhiro Saito (Hitachi) MoMuC2012-50
Recently, the companies which use the smart devices such as a smartphone or the tablet for work increase. We can plan th... [more] MoMuC2012-50
pp.53-57
SIS 2012-12-13
12:30
Chiba Nihon University Tsudanuma Campus [Tutorial Lecture] Robust and Fast Search Algorithm for Lyric Search Covering Erroneous Queries due to Mishearing
Xin Xu, Tsuneo Kato (KDDI R&D Laboratories, Inc.) SIS2012-33
This paper proposes a robust and fast lyric search method for music information retrieval (MIR). The effectiveness of ly... [more] SIS2012-33
p.23
NS, IN
(Joint)
2010-03-05
11:20
Miyazaki Miyazaki Phoenix Seagaia Resort (Miyazaki) Efficient Map Construction by Search Algorithms by Multi-Robot Network System
Yuta Nakazono, Hiroyoshi Miwa (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) IN2009-189
Information sharing technologies in disaster areas is important; Especially, a method collecting and
sharing informatio... [more]
IN2009-189
pp.271-276
NLC 2008-11-10
13:30
Tokyo NICT (Tokyo) Spoken Dialog Strategy Based On Understanging Graph Search
Yuji Kinoshita, Chiyomi Miyajima, Norihide Kitaoka, Kazuya Takeda (Nagoya Univ.) NLC2008-19
We regarded information retrieval as a graph search problem and proposed several novel dialog strategies
that can recov... [more]
NLC2008-19
pp.1-6
PRMU 2008-02-22
15:30
Ibaraki Univ. of Tsukuba Strategy of Multistage Pattern Recognition Using a Posteriori Probability and Best-first Search -- Application to Address Recognition --
Tomoyuki Hamamura, Takuma Akagi, Bunpei Irie (TOSHIBA) PRMU2007-243
For faster recognition, coarser classifiers are often employed for pre-classification forming a multi-stage classificati... [more] PRMU2007-243
pp.167-172
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