Engineering Sciences/NOLTA-Complex Communication Sciences(Date:2015/06/11)

[Special Talk] Transformation from CD to MIDI Channels in Music Engineering

Mamoru Tanaka(Sophia Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-53,CCS2015-15
Think about Complex Communication Sciences

Hiroo Sekiya(Chiba Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-46,CCS2015-8
Reinforcement Learning-Based Fall-Prevention Control with Firm Standing for a Humanoid Robot Model

Tomoyuki Yamaguchi(Tokyo Univ. of Science),  Tatsuya Kai(Tokyo Univ. of Science),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-39,CCS2015-1
Dynamics of Fish Schools

Kei Tarayama(Kyoto Univ.),  Masa-aki Sakagami(Kyoto Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-47,CCS2015-9
Amplitude Switching Phenomena in Coupled Networks of Hard Type Oscillators

Ryota Hirano(Univ. Fukui),  Takuya Kitamura(Univ. Fukui),  Seiichiro Moro(Univ. Fukui),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-43,CCS2015-5
Analysis and evaluation of Firefly Algorithm

Jianze Xiao(NIT),  Takuya Shindo(NIT),  Takuya Kurihara(NIT),  Kenya Jin'no(NIT),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-41,CCS2015-3
Analysis of the model of coupled pacemaker cells in consideration of the heterogeneous structure

Takumi Nagai(Kyoto Univ.),  Shinji Doi(Kyoto Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-44,CCS2015-6
Quantitative assessment of pacemaker activity generated by changing ionic currents in a ventricular cell model

Yoshiki Ogawa(Kyoto Univ.),  Shinji Doi(Kyoto Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-45,CCS2015-7
A study of routing method on the mobile communication networks

Tokuma Sato(NIT),  Tohru Takamizawa(NIT),  Takayuki Kimura(NIT),  Kenya Jin'no(NIT),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-49,CCS2015-11
A Hierarchical Routing Scheme Based on Address Information in MANET

Yuki Hoshino(Tokyo City Univ.),  Hidehiro Nakano(Tokyo City Univ.),  Arata Miyauchi(Tokyo City Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-50,CCS2015-12
An Adaptive Learning Method Based on Distance to Nodes in Self-Organizing Incremental Neural Networks

Natsumi Oba(Tokyo City Univ.),  Hidehiro Nakano(Tokyo City Univ.),  Arata Miyauchi(Tokyo City Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-40,CCS2015-2
A basic consideration of parameter selection in an optimization method based on piecewise rotational chaos system

Yoshikazu Yamanaka(Nagaoka Univ. Tech),  Tadashi Tsubone(Nagaoka Univ. Tech),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-42,CCS2015-4
Data assimilation for coupled dynamical systems using a merging particle filter

Eitaro Waranabe(Tokyo Tech),  Sho Shirasaka(Tokyo Tech),  Hiroya Nakao(Tokyo Tech),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-48,CCS2015-10
Applicability and characteristics to satellite communications with power constant chaotic spreading sequence

Isao Nakazawa(Kyoto Univ.),  Ken Umeno(Kyoto Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-51,CCS2015-13
Analysis of Errors due to Timing Desynchronization in the Peer-to-Peer Energy Transfer System

Daniel Kiss(Kyoto Univ.),  Takuya Edagawa(Kyoto Univ.),  Takashi Hisakado(Kyoto Univ.),  Osami Wada(Kyoto Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-52,CCS2015-14
Limit distribution of a time-dependent 3-period quantum walk

Takuya Machida(JSPS),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-63,CCS2015-25
Evaluation of individual differences in injection locking

Takuya Kurihara(Nippon Inst. of Tech.),  Kenya Jin'no(Nippon Inst. of Tech.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-64,CCS2015-26
Binary chaotic cryptography using augmented Lorenz equations

Kenichiro Cho(Rits Univ),  Takaya Miyano(Rits Univ),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-62,CCS2015-24
Toward Implementation of the labyrinth exploration by the intelligent mobile robots

Jun Ishihara(Takushoku Univ.),  Kunihiko Mitsubori(Takushoku Univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-55,CCS2015-17
Period of orbit and degree of Chebyshev polynomial on a ring of modulo $2^w$

Atsushi Iwasaki(Kyoto univ.),  Ken Umeno(Kyoto univ.),  

[Paper #]NLP2015-61,CCS2015-23
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