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  • ESTIMATION FOR ENERGY DEMAND FLUCTUATION IN COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS AREA BY MONTE CARLO SIMULATION  [in Japanese]

    UENO Takahiro , TAKAHASHI Kentaro , SUMIYOSHI Daisuke

    …  This paper describes development of the energy demand estimation method for non-residential buildings and the demand analysis in Japanese business area by using this method. … We developed a method to estimate demand of electricity and heat (heating, cooling and hot water) of non-residential buildings for one year. …

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) (757), 291-301, 2019-03

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  • Stem blight of asparagus caused by <i>Phomopsis asparagi </i>in Myanmar and their phylogenetic grouping

    Zaw Myo , San Aye Seint , Dihn Thao Le , Matsumoto Masaru

    … The genetic diversity of 20 isolates from Myanmar and 7 isolates from Japan were also compared by using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis with eight oligo primers and repetitive-element polymerase chain reaction (rep-PCR) method with BOX and ERIC primers. …

    Bulletin of the Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University 42(0), 23-29, 2019

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  • A New Block Association Scheme for IEEE 802.11ah

    STHAPIT Pranesh , PYUN Jae-Young

    … This is especially difficult to achieve during network initialization, because the several thousand stations must rely on the rudimentary approach of random channel access, and the inevitable increase in channel access contention yields a long association delay. … Although the grouping strategy provides fair channel access to a large number of stations, the presence of several thousand stations and limitation that only a group can use the channel at a time, causes the association time to remain excessive. …

    IEICE Transactions on Communications E101.B(3), 648-656, 2018

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  • The grouping and matching of three dimensional deviation based on homogeneous transformation and Taguchi theory

    SUN Wei , MU Xiaokai , SUN Qingchao , JIANG Yingjie

    … Thirdly, this paper establishes the tolerance matching model based on Taguchi method and Taguchi orthogonal table model to improve the machine assembly precision without increasing manufacturing cost. …

    Journal of Advanced Mechanical Design, Systems, and Manufacturing 11(1), JAMDSM0010-JAMDSM0010, 2017

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  • Text region detection in manga based on connected components  [in Japanese]

    ARAMAKI Yuji , MATSUI Yusuke , YAMASAKI Toshihiko , AIZAWA Kiyoharu

    … We propose a method to detect text regions in manga. … We classify all of the connected components by random forest, and apply two grouping procedures to them. … An experiment with a dataset considering the diversity of texts in manga shows that our method performs more accurately than the previous methods. …

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE ITE ANNUAL CONVENTION 2015(0), 32C-1, 2015

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  • Improvement of Pk-Anonymization Using Grouping of Attribute Values  [in Japanese]

    柿澤 美穂 , 渡辺 知恵美 , 古川 諒 , 高橋 翼

    コンピュータセキュリティシンポジウム2014論文集 2014(2), 1050-1056, 2014-10-15

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  • IEEE 802.11ah based M2M networks employing virtual grouping and power saving methods

    OGAWA Kohei , MORIKURA Masahiro , YAMAMOTO Koji , SUGIHARA Tomoyuki

    … To mitigate degradation of the throughput and delay performance in WLANs that employ a carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA) protocol, this paper proposes a virtual grouping method which exploits the random arbitration interframe space number scheme. … This method complies with the CSMA/CA protocol, which employs distributed medium access control. …

    IEICE Transactions on Communications E96-B(12), 2976-2985, 2013-12

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  • IEEE 802.11ah Based M2M Networks Employing Virtual Grouping and Power Saving Methods

    OGAWA Kohei , MORIKURA Masahiro , YAMAMOTO Koji , SUGIHARA Tomoyuki

    … To mitigate degradation of the throughput and delay performance in WLANs that employ a carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA) protocol, this paper proposes a virtual grouping method which exploits the random arbitration interframe space number scheme. … This method complies with the CSMA/CA protocol, which employs distributed medium access control. …

    IEICE Transactions on Communications E96.B(12), 2976-2985, 2013

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  • New power saving method for M2M networks by sleep mode control scheme employing virtual grouping  [in Japanese]

    Ogawa Kohei , Sangenya Yuki , Morikura Masahiro , Yamamoto Koji , Sugihara Tomoyuki

    … This paper proposes a new power saving method for M2M networks by sleep control method employing virtual grouping which is brought about by random arbitration inter-frame space number scheme. … Finally, computer simulation results show that the proposed method reduces power consumption of STAs by 95% under the condition of 10% delay time increase. …

    Technical report of IEICE. RCS 112(351), 315-320, 2012-12-13

  • Grouping of structures for cluster expansion of multicomponent systems with controlled accuracy

    Seko Atsuto , Tanaka Isao

    … Control of errors over the whole range of structures is essential when we combine a large set of density-functional theory calculations and the cluster expansion method for predicting the ground-state structures and configurational thermodynamics of multicomponent systems. … Minority structures that are far from a random structure are important for such a prediction. …

    Physical Review B 83(22), 2011-06

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  • Statistical Analysis of the Dynamic Structure of China's Economic Sectors Based on Bayesian Modeling

    Noda Hideo , Kyo Koki

    … Therefore, to relieve difficulties resulting from abrupt changes in TFP, a new method, termed the random grouping method, is introduced. …

    Information 13(3(B)), 923-939, 2010-05

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  • QUESTIONNAIRE EVALUATION OF CITIZEN'S SATISFACTION LEVEL FOR MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT  [in Japanese]

    MATSUTO Toshihiko , SATO Noriyo

    … Satisfaction level for solid waste management was evaluated in Sapporo and Suita, Japan, by questionnaire survey method. … Citizens were selected by three ways: random sampling based on Basic Resident Register and Internet monitors, and selection of Environmental NPOs. … The both methods formed almost identical groups, and the resulted grouping were almost the same between two cities. …

    Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G 65(1), 57-68, 2009

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  • An examination of random, homogenous and heterogeneous grouping methods

    Doucette Troy

    … Despite the successes though there still seem to be a few problems with the effective implementation of the method. … This brings about questions as to whether we should allow students to create their own groups, create groups randomly or construct them by assigning students based on specific social, academic or other reasons and which grouping method creates better academic results. …

    Journal of Fukuoka Jogakuin University Junior College. English linguistics and literature (44), 23-32, 2008-03

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  • A Listening Experiment on Beat Substitutions in Short Musical Audio Excerpts

    STREICH Sebastian

    … Three methods for substitution selection are compared : an onset-based method, a fixed-length frame grouping, and a random selection. … The onset-based method clearly received the highest ratings, while random selection received the lowest. …

    IPSJ SIG Notes 72, 35-40, 2007-10-11

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  • Dynamic Peer Grouping Method Conforming with Tit-for-Tat Strategy for P2P File Distribution Systems

    FUNASAKA Junichi , YASUOKA Hideyuki , ISHIDA Kenji

    … Some major P2P file distribution systems adopt Tit-For-Tat exchange strategy, which means "initially cooperate, then respond in kind to a previous opponent's action, i.e. cooperative or not." However, when sharing a file on such P2P systems, the random peer selection has a problem in that each peer cannot download the file enough efficiently. … The peer selection method that groups peers according to their rate has been proposed to solve this problem. …

    IEICE Trans., B 90(4), 809-816, 2007-04-01

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  • Proposal of dynamic grouping method for selecting peers on P2P networks  [in Japanese]

    YASUOKA Hideyuki , FUNASAKA Junichi , ISHIDA Kenji

    … When sharing a file on P2P systems that adopt the Tit-For-Tat exchange strategy, the random peer selection has a problem that each peer cannot download the file enough efficiently. … The peer selection adopting peer grouping according to transfer rate of each peer has been proposed to solve this problem. … This traditional method is supposed to be able to alleviate the difference in performance among peers by connecting a peer to another in a group. …

    IEICE technical report 105(472), 91-96, 2005-12-15

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  • An Assessment of the Clinical Value of a Canine Blood Typing Kit (DEA1.1) Based on Erythrocyte Agglutination  [in Japanese]

    MASADA Sanae , KATAOKA Ayusa , KATO Kaoru , TAKASHIMA Kazuaki , SAKAI Naoko , YAMANE Yoshihisa

    … The clinical value of a canine blood type grouping kit was evaluated. … Eighteen of the DEA1.1 positive dogs and 6 negative dogs were selected at random, and the same sample from each animal was tested five times, and showed excellent reproducibility. … Ten DEA1.1 positive and 10 negative blood samples from randomly selected dogs were matched by a conventional method, cross matching with one sample of DEA1.1 positive blood. …

    Journal of Animal Clinical Medicine 13(3), 119-123, 2004-12-20

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  • Efficient Vector Compaction Methods for Power Estimation with Consecutive Sampling Techniques

    HSU Chih-Yang , LIU Chien-Nan Jimmy , JOU Jing-Yang

    … Because traditional sampling approach will incur useless transitions between every sampled pattern pairs after they are concatenated into a single sequence for simulation, we proposed a vector compaction method with grouping and single-sequence consecutive sampling technique to solve this problem. …

    IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer sciences 87(11), 2973-2982, 2004-11-01

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  • Optimization Method for Hierarchical Routing Group with Traffic Impact  [in Japanese]

    ATSUMI Akiyoshi , MIYOSHI Takumi , TANAKA Yoshiaki

    … This paper proposes optimization method that introduces traffic information into the decision of hierarchical routing groups. … This method can be applied to a random network, and thus it can reduce the administrative process. … Futhermore, this method can decide the effective hierarchical routing groups considering traffic impact. …

    Technical report of IEICE. TM 104(165), 25-30, 2004-07-02

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  • A Built-in Reseeding Technique for LFSR-Based Test Pattern Generation

    SHI Youhua , ZHANG Zhe , KIMURA Shinji , YANAGISAWA Masao , OHTSUKI Tatsuo

    … Reseeding technique is proposed to improve the fault coverage in pseudo-random testing. … Besides, our method requires no storage for the seeds since in reseeding mode the seeds can be generated automatically in hardware. … In this paper we also propose an efficient grouping algorithm based on simulated annealing to optimize test vector grouping. …

    IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer sciences, A 86(12), 3056-3062, 2003-12-01

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