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WORLD
AUTOMATION

CONGRESS

September
19
-
2
2, 2010

Kobe, Japan

ADVANCE

PROGRAM



WAC 2010
is dedicated jointly to:
Professor
Takeshi Yamakawa
for
his fundamental contributions to soft
computing

practice with global reach
and

t
o Professor
Toshio Fukuda
for his
excellent contributions to robotic and
automation and professional leadership
.




Author
s

Index = pages
3
7
-
4
1

Kobe
International Conference Center = page

4
3






National
Organizing Committee:
Chair:
Yutaka Hata,
Japan

General Chair: Mo Jamshidi
, USA

Co
-
chair:
Syoji Kobashi
, University

of Hyogo, Japan

ACE Laboratory, University of Texas

Exhibition chair:

Hiroshi Nakajima,
Japan

San Antonio, Texas, USA




Tokyo

Kobe



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The WAC 2010 Operating Committees:

WAC 2010 is being organized through two
committees with dedicated members from all over the world. WAC consists of
five
tracks or
symposia, which will be described below.

WAC 2010 Secretariat:

WAC 2010, 18015 Bullis Hill, San Antonio, TX, 78258 USA
, Phon
e:
210 479
-
1022, Fax: 210 479
-
1048, Email:
wac@wacong.org



General Chairman:
Mo Jamshidi
, The University of Texas, San Antonio, USA (moj@wacong.org)

Co
-
General Chair:
Jila Salari Jamshidi
, TSI Enterprises, Inc., San Antonio, TX, USA (
tsi@wacong.org
)



ISORA 2010
12th International Symposium on Robotics and Applications

Chair:
Kazuo Kiguchi,
Saga University, Japan, (kiguchi@ieee.org)

Co
-
chairs:
Dong
-
Soo Kwon
, KAIST, Korea, (
kwonds@kaist.ac.kr)
,
Dan S. Necsulescu
, Univ. of
Ottawa, Canada, (
necsu@uottawa.ca
),
Giovanni Muscato
, Univ. of Catania, Italy,

(gmuscato@dees.unict.it),
Kazuo Ishii
, Kyushu Institute of Tech., Japan,
(
ishii@brain.kyutech.ac.jp
)



ISIAC 2010
--

8th International Symposium on Intelligent Automation and Control

Sub
-
track


System of Systems Engineering

Chair:
Gary Parker
, Connecticut College, USA (parker@conncoll.edu)

Co
-
Chairs
: Scott Beatty
, SAIC, USA (
scott.beatty@pangeatech.com
)

Jae
-
Hung Han
, Korea Advanced In
stitute of Science and Technology, Korea
(jaehunghan@kaist.edu).

Wei
-
Song Lin,
National Taiwan University, Taiwan (weisong@cc.ee.ntu.edu.tw)

Hiroaki Nakanishi,
Kyoto University.
Japan (nakanishi@me.kyoto
-
u.ac.jp)

Kei Senda
, Kyoto Univ., Japan
(senda@kuaero.kyoto
-
u.ac.jp)

System of Systems Sub
-
Track: Ali Hessami
, VEGA Systems
,
UK
(
hessami@VegaGlobalSystems.com
)


ISOMA 2010
--

12th International Symposium on Manufacturing and Applications

Chair
: Bernadetta Kwintiana Ane
,

Universität Stuttgart, Germany

(ane@informatik.uni
-
stuttgart.de)

Co
-
chair:
Mozafar Saadat,
University of Birmingham, UK (m.saadat@bham.ac.uk)

Co
-
chair:
Josef Schlattmann,
TU Hamburg
-
Harburg, Germany, (
j.s
chlattmann@tu
-
harburg.de
).



ISSCI 2010 7th International Symposium on Soft Computing for Industry

Chair:

Diego Andina
, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain (andina@gc.ssr.upm.es)

Co
-
chairs:
Matthias Reuter
, Universitat Claushal, Germany
(Matthias.reuter@cutec.de)




IFMIP 2010
--

7th International Forum on Multimedia and Image Processing

Chair: Yutaka Hata,
University of Hyogo, Japan (hata@ieee.org)

Co
-
chairs: Medical Imaging:
S. Kobashi,
Japan (kobashi@ieee.org)

Computer Vision in Robotics:
N. Kubota,
Japan (kubota@comp.metro
-
u.ac.jp)

Data Analysis in Soft Computing: N
. Takagi,
Japan (noboru.takagi@ieee.org)

Simulation and High Performance Computing:
K. Kuramoto,
Japan

(
kuramoto@eng.u
-
hyogo.ac.jp
)


Special Issues o
f the
AutoSoft
and

IC
-
MED Journals

-

WAC accepted and presented papers can be
coordinated into a unified theme as special issue of the WAC


Official publications



Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing


AutoSoft Journal

(a well
-
respected 12
-
year old journal which is being abstracted at numerous sites and services around the world,
autosoftjournal.org
), as well as
Intelligent Computing in Medical Sciences and Image Processing


IC
-
MED Journal

For more details, contact Mo J
amshidi (
moj@wacong.org
) or Yutaka Hata
(
hata@ieee.org
), respectively.


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Welcome to WAC 2010 in KOBE, JAPAN


"Shin'ai
-
naru WAC
-
ni Gosanka
-
no Minasama
-
e"


It is my distinct pleasure to welcome each and every one of you to WAC
---

World Automation Congress 2010.
The plans for this congress began back in 2006 when it was decided to go back to Japan in honor of our so
many Japanese authors who come to WAC in la
rge numbers. Certainly they have made an all
-
time record of
attendance this time in Kobe.


WAC 2010 is duly dedicated to two distinguished Japanese Scholars


Professor

Takeshi

Yamakawa
(Kyushu
Institute of Technology)
for his fundamental contributions t
o soft computing practice with global reach,
including the first analog fuzzy chip in the world
and Professor

Toshio Fukuda
(Nagoya University) for

his
outstanding
Contributions to Robotics and Automation
and his leadership in professional organization of
electrical engineering


IEEE.


WAC 2010 has begun by soliciting full papers and attracted over 400 full papers, including many special
session proposals. The program committees of the five tracks of WAC sent all the papers, unsolicited and
special ones, t
o 2 to 3 reviewers each in a span of 12 weeks time. Over 2000 individual reviews were reported
to the track chairs and WAC Secretariat in USA. The program that you are witnessing here is the result of
diligent and professional work of many wonderful volunt
eers to help run this international conference. On the

top of that list are our five track Chairs:
Yutaka Hata
(Multimedia, bio
-
medicine and image processing), and
his very able associate Syoji Kobashi,
Gary Parker
(control and automation),
Diego Andina
(Soft
computing),
Bernadetta
Kwintiana Ane
,

(Manufacturing), and

Kazuo Kiguchi


(Robotics).


On behalf of the track chairs, we wish to sincerely thank hundreds of our peers who took their valuable times to
review the WAC 2010 papers. We hope that this con
gress will render itself to not only a beautiful and scenic
venue like the Kobe, Japan, but provide you a very rewarding technical exchange of ideas and interests.


WAC 2010 is proud to have a very distinguished group of keynote speakers: Toshio Fukuda,
Ro
bert Gracy,

Saeid Nahavandi,
Tadahiro Ohmi, Diego Andina, Yannis Phillis,

Allan Ritchie
,

Takeshi Yamakawa, and
Toshio
Yanagida
.


Aside from the keynote speeches and many parallel sessions, we will celebrate the lifetime achievements of 3
individuals in automation and/or soft computing, as it is a common practice in
biennial WAC meetings. Many
others have spent numerous hours helping

to bring this wonderful meeting to you. I wish to thank

N. Yagi, S.
Urakawa, Y. Yamaguchi, S. Fujimoto, Y. Nakajima, N. Kawakami, T. Takeda, K. Hou, M. Nakamura, S.
Kanazawa, A. Tomaru, D. Yokomichi, A. Hashioka and
last but not least

Mr. Srinath Kota,

WAC 2010
Webmaster who designed, enhanced and improved the quality of paper submissions, and many other functions
of the site. The diligent works of the organizing team, (Students from Japan organizing

team)
, who helped
before, during and most likely afte
r the conference.
I should thank the hard work and sacrifices of my better half


Jila for doing so much inside and outside of our house to help make our lives more fulfilling. Last, but by no
means least, we thank the Kobe Convention Center, Portopia Hote
l and managers, for their professional help in
making our experience at the Kobe most enjoyable and smooth.




Sincerely yours,
mo



Mo Jamshidi, WAC General Chair


Editor
-
in
-
Chief,
AutoSoft Journal










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With sincere thanks to WAC 2010 Sponsors:
















KDDI Foundation / MEET IN KOBE / Tsutomu Nakauchi Foundation

Support Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology Research

Electro
-
Mechanic Technology Advancing Foundati
on

The Murata Science Foundation / THE KAJIMA FOUNDATION


Badge
: PLEASE wear your badge at all times. The badge is required for
entry to all functions at the Congress.


Social Events
: In order to take part in the Welcome Reception (Sunday night) Monday
Luncheon and Gala
Banquet and Awards Ceremony (Tuesday night) you need to have coupons in hand.




WAC 2010 REGISTRATION SCHEDULE


DAY

TIME

LOCATION

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19

1600
-
1800

Conference Center

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20

0800
-
1500

Conference Center

TUESDAY

SEPTEMBER 21

0900
-
1500

Conference Center

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22

0900
-
1500

Conference Center


Internet Access
: WAC has set up a router in the registration and exhibition area for wireless
access inside the Kobe International Convention Center..

.

Coffee
Breaks
: There will be two breaks each day and drinks and other refreshments. All
breaks are in Rooms

F and 5F (Conference Center)


Exhibits
: WAC exhibits will be in

5F (Conference center)


Special Luncheon
: WAC, courtesy of Johnson &

Johnson Corporation, has a luncheon and a
keynote by Mr.
Allan Ritchie, Vice President of J&J


Japan.

WAC 2010 PRORGAM SUNDAY GRID

WAC 2010

SUNDAY September 19, 2010 GRID

Time

Event

Venue

1800
-
2000

WELCOME RECEPTION

Reception

Hall
(Conference Center)


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WAC 2010 PRORGAM MONDAY GRID

WAC 2010

MONDAY September 20, 2010
GRID

Time

Event

Venue

0840
-
0900

Opening Ceremony

Welcome:

Mo Jamshidi
and

Yutaka Hata

Program Details:

Syoji Kobashi

Chair:

Gary Parker

3F
-
301

0900
-
1000

MON
-
AM
1

Keynote MON
-
1

Haptics and
Virtual Reality in Modern Manufacturing

Prof. Saeid Nahavandi

Deakin University, Australia

Chair:
Gary Parker


3F
-
301

1000
-
1100

MON
-
AM2

Keynote MON
-
2 Lifetime Lecture

Science Based New Silicon Devices Exhibiting Super High
Performance by Very New
Plasma Equipment Completely
Free From Damages

Prof. Takahiro Ohmi

Tohoku University, Japan

Chair:
Takeshi Yamakawa, Japan

3F
-
301







1100
-
1120


BREAK


F and 5F (Conference
Center)

1120
-
1240

MON
-
AM
3

NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS


See Details

1240
-
1340

LUNCHEON

KEYNOTE

THE USE OF COMPUTER ASSISTED TECHNOLOGY IN
KNEE ARTHROPLASTY A REVIEW AND FUTURE
PERSPECTIVE

Dr.
Allan Ritchie
, VP Johnson & Johnson, Japan

3F
-
301

1340
-
1500

MON
-
PM1

NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS

See Detailed tables



1500
-
1620

MON
-
PM2

NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS


See Detailed tables


1620
-
1640

BREAK


F and 5F (Conference
Center)

1640
-
1800

MON
-
PM3



NINE
PARALLEL SESSIONS


See Detailed tables



DINNER OPEN



MONDAY GENERAL SESSIONS


MON
-
1 Haptics and Virtual Reality in
Modern Manufacturing

Professor Saeid Nahavandi

Deakin University, Centre for Intelligent Systems Research

Geelong, Australia


ABSTRACT


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Product assembly is one of the most studied processes in modern manufacturing. In recent years a number of computer
-
based

virtual reality systems have been proposed, developed and adopted by the manufacturing industries. Such systems
have major advantages over conventional training practices for product assembly. Significant cost savings can be realized
due to shorter train
ing
-
scenario development times and reuse of existing engineering math models. In addition, the time
span from the product design to full production can be shortened due to non
-
reliance on actual components and subsystems
for training. Such training system
s are effective if the knowledge required to be transferred is just process sequence such as
assembly sequence. However, knowledge transfer for procedural and cognitive learning as well as skills development is very
limited, due to the lack of user interac
tivity and immersion.


This talk will focus on a research technology platform where haptics and
virtual reality

are integrated to create an effective
environment for production assembly operators’ training. In this system virtual reality provides the groun
ds for realistic
visualisation, as well as immersion, whereas haptics enforces physical constraints within the virtual world generating the
feelings of realistic interaction, making it accessible for formal learning and better understanding during task per
formance.


The developed research technology platform imitates real physical training scenarios by providing comprehensive user
interaction, constrained within the physical limitations of the real world. Through the utilisation of a haptics device,
providi
ng realistic force feedback, users are able to engage in product assembly training with a stronger sense of ‘reality’.


About the Speaker:

Saeid Nahavandi

received his BSc (Hons), MSc and PhD in Control Engineering from Durham
University, UK in 1985, 1986

and 1991 respectively. Saeid
is an Alfred Deakin Professor and the Director for the Centre for
Intelligent Systems Research at Deakin University in Australia. Professor Nahavandi is a Fellow member of IET, IEAust
and Senior Member of IEEE and has publishe
d over 350 refereed papers and been awarded several competitive Australian
Research Council (ARC) grants over the past five years. He received the Research collaboration / initiatives award from
Japan (2000) and Prince & Princess of Wales Science Award in
1994. He won the title of Young Engineer of the Year
Award in 1996 and holds two patents. In 2002 Professor Nahavandi served as a consultant to Jet Propulsion Lab (NASA)
during his visit to JPL Labs. In 2006 he received the title of Alfred Deakin Professor
, the highest honour at Deakin
University for his contribution to fundamental research.


Professor Nahavandi is the founder for the Centre for Intelligent Systems Research with 55 full time researchers at Deakin
University. He actively contributes and lead
s four major research projects in three Cooperative Research Centres with over
50 major international companies as partners. In modelling and simulation of complex systems he received awards from
several organisations to focus on simulation based optimizat
ion of manufacturing processes, airport operations, logistics and
distribution centres. He has carried out industry based research with several major international companies such as GM,
Ford, Holden, Nissan, Bosch, Futuris, Boeing, Vestas just to name a fe
w.
For his contribution in haptics and robotics he won
two major research grants from the Australian Department of Defense on haptically enabled counter explosive robot design.


Professor Nahavandi has been the chairman of six International conferences an
d the General Chair for World
Manufacturing Congress series and the International Congress on Autonomous Intelligent Systems. He also holds the
position of Editor for the International Journal Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing (South Pacific regio
n),
International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Associate Editor
-

IEEE Systems Journal,
International Journal of
Innovative Computing & Information Control
.


MON
-
2 Science Based New Silicon Devices Exhibiting Super High Performance by Very New

Plasma
Equipment Completely Free From Damages


Professor Tadahiro Ohmi


New Intelligence for IC Differentiation Project

Tohoku

University, JAPAN


ABSTRACT


Current silicon technologies are now facing with very severe standstill, i.e., the speed
performance of microprocessors
cannot be improved any more at the current maximum clock rate of 3.8GHz. Current silicon technologies are characterized
by the high temperature thermal oxidation using O
2

and/or H
2
O molecules to form the gate insulator films
of MOS
transistors, resulting in the fact that relatively high integrity silicon dioxide films (SiO
2
) are obtained only on the (100)
silicon surface while there are obtained very poor quality oxide films on the other silicon surfaces. Thus, silicon LSI can

be
fabricated only on the (100) silicon surface using two dimensional (2D) structure MOS transistors, so that the very limited
capability of the silicon crystal can be used to the practical applications by the current silicon technologies.

In order to
ov
ercome these stagnations of silicon technologies, we must develop science based new silicon technologies instead of
current experience and feeling based silicon technologies to form very high integrity gate insulator films on any crystal
orientation silico
n surface with the same formation speed based on the radical reactions, where very high integrity SiO
2

films and Si
3
N
4

films can be formed using oxygen radicals O
*

and NH
*

radicals on any crystal orientation silicon surface with
the same formation speed, s
o that the three
-
dimensional (3D) structure MOS transistors are fabricated on any crystal
orientation silicon surface. Thus, the entire capability of the silicon crystal will be used to the practical applications wh
ere
the speed performance of silicon LSI
will be improved greater than 100 GHz by introducing balanced CMOS of
accumulation mode MOS transistors having atomic order flat gate insulator film to silicon interface on the (551) surface

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SOI wafers where the source and drain electrode series resistance

is decreased by a factor of two orders of magnitude, i.e.,
science based new silicon devices will start just right now.

About the Speaker
:
Prof. Ohmi received the B.S., the M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Tokyo
Institute of Technolo
gy, Tokyo, in1961, 1963, and 1966, respectively.

From 1966 until 1972, He served as a research associate in the Department of Electronics, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Then, he moved to Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University
and became an associate professor
in 1976. In 1985 he became a professor at Department of Electronics, Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University. Since
1998, he has been a professor at Tadahiro University.

His research field covers whole Si
-
based semicondu
ctor and flat panel display technologies in terms of material, process,
device, circuit, and system technologies. He is known as an originator of "Ultraclean Technology," which introduced
ultraclean and scientific way of thinking into semiconductor manufa
cturing industry and became indispensable technology
today. He is now promoting “New Intelligence for IC Differentiation (DIIN)” project at Tohoku University.


MONDAY LUNCHEON

LECTURE

THE USE OF COMPUTER ASSISTED TECHNOLOGY IN KNEE ARTHROPLASTY A REVIEW A
ND
FUTURE PERSPECTIVE


Dr. Allan Ritchie

Johnson & Johnson K.K. Japan


ABSTRACT:

Joint arthroplasty is a very successful operation with survivability rates for knee arthroplasty up to 92% at 10
years and up to 93% at 10 years for hip arthroplasty (1).
The first successful hip arthroplasties were performed in the UK by
Sir John Charnley in the late 1950’s and has been continually improved and modified up to the present day. Knee
arthroplasty in its present form has changed radically from the original hin
ge devices that were initially used.

The materials used in the devices have to a large extent remained constant over the period, being stainless steel titanium an
d
cobalt chromium alloys, ultra high molecular weight polyethylene and ceramics. Also up until

the last 5 years the surgical
techniques have largely remained unchanged with the use of manual alignment guides to assist the surgeon achieve the
alignment of the prosthesis with reference to the bone.

Alignment is a key success factor in the performance

and survivability of knee prosthesis. In particular the alignment of the
tibial component relative to the femoral component and the alignment of the patella to the femoral component are important
to the successful outcome of the device. Therefore the use
of Computer Assisted Surgery in Total Joint Arthroplasty is a
significant innovation and a possible means whereby the clinical outcomes can be improved.


Clinical Evidence

-

There is evidence relating to improvements in mechanical alignment using navigatio
n however the
long
-
term evidence that this links to improved survivorship is still awaited and can only be expected through registry data in
years to come. However, there is growing evidence of the benefits of shorter term functional outcomes in TKR:

Dows
ey et al (2) noted improved short term functional results especially in obese patients. Dillon et al (3) demonstrated
improvement in dynamic functional outcome 6
-
14 months post operation. Following the same pattern as in knee
applications, there are an inc
reasing number of papers showing the benefit of CAS in component placement in hip
navigation. In a study Kalteis et al (4) demonstrated a significantly reduced number of ace tabular cups placed outside the
Lewinnek safe zone.


This paper will discuss the
history of Computer Assisted Surgery in Total Joint Arthroplasty and give a future perspective of
its use in particular the drivers for adoption relating to technological advancement

1.

http://www.jru.orthop.gu.se/

(Swedish Hip Registry),

2.

Ek ET, Dowsey MM, Tse LF, Riazi A, Love BR, Stoney JD, Choong PF.
Journal of Orthopedic Surgery

(Hong
Kong). 2008 Aug; 16(2):192
-
6.

3.

John Dillon, Jon Clarke, Alexander Nicol MD Frederic Picard MD, Alberto Gregori, Andrew Kinninmonth,
Proc.
AAOS 2009 Annual Meeting Podium Presentations
, Feb 25
-
28, 2009, Las Vegas, NV, USA.

4.

T. Kalteis,; M. Handel, H. Bäthis, L. Perlick, M. Tingart, J. Gri
fka, MD,
Journal of Bone and Joint

Surgery
-

British Volume, Vol. 88
-
B, Issue 2, 163
-
167.


About the Speaker:

Allan Ritchie is Vice President of Research & Development for Asia Pacific at DePuy a Johnson &
Johnson company. In this position he is
responsible for identifying new technologies for the DePuy franchise, seek new
product opportunities in the region and establish an R&D base for DePuy in Asia. He is based in Tokyo.

Allan holds a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of
Glasgow, a PhD in Bioengineering from the
University of Strathclyde and an MBA from London Business School.


He also holds posts of Visiting Professor at the
Universities of Leeds and Strathclyde in the UK.

He has held Research & Development leadership ass
ignments in both the United States and Europe, the most recent being
the position of WW Vice President of Research and Development for DePuy Orthopedics. In this role he has championed
the use of convergent technologies in the orthopedics portfolio played
an instrumental role in the development of DePuy’s
world class hip portfolio and the creation of our next generation knee system.



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He has led teams that have developed the next generation of knee and hip arthroplasty over a 26 year career with Johnson
and

Johnson and has a particular interest in establishing the next generation of technologies for this sector of research. He
has been involved in the development of computer assisted surgery over the last 5 years and is knowledgeable in the impact
this techn
ology will have on this area of surgery. He has studied the effect of computer aided surgery on the clinical
outcomes and operating room efficiency with a view to improving both the outcome for the patient but also improving
patient flow and reducing costs

for health care providers.


MONDAY PARRALEL SESSIONS

MON
-
AM3
(1120
-
1240)


Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1
Intelligent Interaction and Visualization I

Organizer & Chair : Yasufumi Takama, Japan




9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP145: Interactive Trouble Condition Sign Mining for
Hydroelectric Power Plants

Takashi Onoda, Norihiko Ito, Hideaki Koreeda




9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP153: An Experimental Investigation of Haptic
Interaction in online Negotiation

Men
g Chen, Daisuke Katagami, Katsumi Nitta


9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP158: A Study on Verbalizing Human Behaviors in a
Video

Ichiro Kobayashi, Mami Noumi


9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP170: Investigation on Effect of Snippet on
User's
Relevance Judgment of Documents

Yasufumi Takama, Minghuang Chen, Seiji Yamada



Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1 Human Health and Medical Science I

Organizer: Syoji Kobashi

Chair:
Yuko Mizuno
-
Matsumoto
, Japan




9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP259: An Analysis Method of Bone Tunnel Enlargement
with Registration in MDCT Images After Anterior Cruciate
Ligament Reconstruction

Yosuke Uozumi, Kouki Nagamune, Daisuke Araki, Seiji Kubo,
Ryosuke Kuroda, Masahiro Kurosaka



9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP539: Development of new type tactile endoscope with
silicone rubber membrane

Yuto Susuki


9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP548: Statistical Quantification of Brain Shape Deformation
with Homologous Brain Shape Modeling

Kosuke Yamaguchi, Syoji Kobashi, Kei Kuramoto,

Yuri Kitamura, Ikuko Mohri, Seturo Imawaki, Masako Taniike,
Yutaka Hata




9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP517: Automated Verification Method for Patient Setup
Based on Digitally Reconstructed Radiography and Portal Image
for Prostate Cancer Treatment

Wataru Itano, Hidetaka Arimura, Yoshiyuki Shioyama,

Taiki Magome, Tadamasa Yoshitake, Shigeo Ana
i, Katsumasa
Nakamura, Satoshi Yoshidome,

Masayuki Tachibana, Satoshi Nomoto, Hiroshi Honda, Masafumi
Ohki, Fukai Toyofuku, Hideki Hirata

Room3

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1 Marine Simulators

Organizers & Chairs: Koji Murai &

Tadatsugi
Okazaki
, Japan




9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP104: Toward Evaluation of Ship Bridge Teamwork
for Marine Simulator Training Based on Heart Rate
Variability

Koji Murai, Ayumi

Ishikura, Yuji Hayashi, Kei
Kuramoto, Kohei Higuchi, Tsunemasa Saiki, Takayuki
Fujita, Kazusuke Maenaka




9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP108: Evaluation of Body Response to Artificial
Ship Movement by Visual and Motion Platform

Koji Murai, Seiji Inokuchi, Yuji Hayashi, Kei Kuramoto,

Kohei Higuchi, Tsunemasa Saiki, Takayuki Fujita,

Kazusuke Maenaka


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9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP191: Development of Ship Handling Simulator
Using Actual Training Ship

Tadatsugi Okazaki, Takaaki Iwakiri, Jun Kayano


9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP192: Development of Ship Simulator System for
Designing Auto
-
Pilot

Tadatsugi Okazaki, Tohoko Koike, Yurie Hirai, Jun
Kayano


Room4

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1 Evolutionary Computation I


Organizers & Chairs: Hisao Ishibuchi, Yusuke Nojima, Japan

9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP293: Constitution of Chu Maps by Using EDA
-
RL

Hisashi Handa, Hiroshi Kawakami, Hidetsugu Suto

9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

IFMIP63: Evolutionary Creation of Linkage between
Information Sources in P2P Networks

Kei Ohnishi, Takeshi Yamaura, Yuji Oie


9/20/2010

12:00

0:40

12:40

MON
-
AM3

Special Session Invited Talk

IFMIP152: Estimation of distribution algorithms:
Basic
ideas and future directions

Ying
-
ping Chen


Room5

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1 Intelligent Systems I

Organizers & Chairs :
Gordon Lee & Jinshi Cui, USA




9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3

ISSCI597: Facial Information Retrieval
using
Component
-
based Classification and Scale Invariance.

Chandrshekar Sivaramakrishna and Gordon Lee




9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3


ISSCI645: An Improved Genetic Algorithm for
Optimizing Resource Allocation Using Knowledge
Evolution and Natural
Evolution.

Ping Rachel Tang, Gordon K. Lee, Fei Lu, Changqing
Gao, Cheng Tang.


9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

ISSCI 625: Measuring Results of Enhancements to a
Real
-
Time VoIP Teleconference System.

David C. Pheanis, Teck
-
Kuen Chua.


9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

ISSCI638: possibilities for intelligent automation in
product definition.

László Horváth and Imre J. Rudas



Room6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
09
“Marine Robotics”

Chairs:

Masakazu Arima and Kazuo Ishii, , Japan


9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3


#618: “Concept of Intelligent mechanical design and it
application to underwater robot”

Kazuo Ishii, Amir A.F Nassiraei, Satoshi Araki

9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

#230: “Dynamics Classification of Underwater
Robot and
Introduction to Controller Adaptation”

Yasunori Takemura, Kazuo Ishii





9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

#505: “DEVELOPMENT OF A SOLAR
-
POWERED
UNDER
-
WATER GLIDER”

Masakazu Arima, Tomoki Yamada

9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

#132:
“DEVELOPMENT OF UNMANNED FLAYING
OBSERVATION ROBOT WITH REAL TIME VIDEO
TRANSMISSION SYSTEM”

Tatsushi Matsuzaki, Ikuo Yamamoto, Naohiro Inagawa,
Tomokazu Nakamura, William J Batty, James F Whidborne


Room7

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
1


Human
-
Robot System”

Chair:

Naoyuki Kubota
and Osamu Yuuki, Japan

9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3


#134: “Cooperative Object Transfer in Mediolateral
Direction: Evaluation Motion Smoothness Using Object’s
Centre of Gravity and its Effect on the
Object Rotational Motion


Ahmad Faizal, Ryojun Ikeura, Shahriman Abu Bakar,
Takemi Yano


10

9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

#57: “BALL TRAJECTORY RECOGNITION WITH AN
EDUCATIONAL ROBOT”

Osamu Yuuki, Kanichi Simizu, Jiangtao Cao, Kunihiro Yamada,
Naoyuki
Kubota



9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

#490: “A FUZZY INTIMACY SPACE MODEL TO
DEVELOP HUMAN
-
ROBOT AFFECTIVE
RELATIONSHIP”

Young
-
Min Kim, Dong
-
S
oo Kwon

9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

#267: “A Motion Instruction System Using Head Tracking
Back
Perspective”

Ryota Sakamoto, Yuki Yoshimura, Tokuhiro Sugiura,
Yoshihiko Nomura


Room8

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
10 Robotic Systems

Chair:

Hugo Fernades, Potugal

9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 514 TUNING AN SVR BASED PD CONTROLLER
FOR A BIPED ROBOT”


João Paulo Ferreira,Manuel Marques Crisóstomo,António
Paulo Coimbra

9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 623 RECURSIVE, HYPERSPHERICAL
BEHAVIORAL LEARNING FOR ROBOTIC CONTROL”


Saul Byberg Reed, Tyson Richard Curtis Reed, Sergiu M
Dascalu, Monica Nicolescu

9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 266 Experimental Studies of Localization Method
using Round
-
Trip Range Measurements”


Sayaka Kanata,Hiroaki NAKANISHI,Tetsuo SAWAR
AGI

9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 139 Space Division of Processing Power for Feed
Forward and Feed Back Control in Complex Production and
Packaging Machinery”


Stefan Aust, Harald Richter


Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
1 System of Systems

Organizer and Chair:
: A. G. Hessami, UK

9/20/2010

11:20

0:20

11:40

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 316 Complexity and the Notion of System of
Systems: Part (I): General Systems and Complexity”


Ali G Hessami, Nicos Karcanias;

9/20/2010

11:40

0:20

12:00

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 318 Complexity and the Notion of System of
Systems: Part (II): Defining the notion of System of
Systems”


Ali G Hessami, Nicos Karcanias

9/20/2010

12:00

0:20

12:20

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 253 Consensus Based Fault Detection and
Isolation
for Systems of Systems”


Srdjan S Stankovic,Zeljko Djurovi´c,Nemanja Ili´,Miloˇs
Stankovi´c

9/20/2010

12:20

0:20

12:40

MON
-
AM3

“ISIAC 371 INTEGRATION OF OPERATIONS IN
PROCESS SYSTEMS: A SYSTEMS AND CONTROL
PERSPECTIVE”


Nicos Karcanis,David Stupples


MON
-
PM1
(1340
-
1500)



Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Intelligent Interaction and Visualization II

Organizer & Chair : Yasufumi Takama, Japan

9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP200
: REBO: A Life
-
Like Universal Rimoate Control

IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2 Seiji Yamada, Kazuki Kobayashi

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP250: Misclassification Analysis for the Class Imbalance
Problem

Piyasak Jeatrakul, Kok Wai Wong, Chun Che Fung,

Yasufumi Takama


9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP561: Order
-
Based Clustering Using Formal Concept
Analysis

Shinichi Yoshida

9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP562: An Interactive Tool for Constrained Clustering


11

Masayuki Okabe, Seiji Yamada


Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2 Human Health and Medical Science II

Organizer: Syoji Kobashi, Japan

Chair : Masakazu Morimoto, Japan


9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP651: A Fuzzy Spiking Neural Network Using Optical
Oscillosensor and Pneumatic Sensor for Human State
Estimation

Takenori Obo, Naoyuki Kubota, Toshiyuki Sawayama,
Kazuhiko Taniguchi

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP 631: A Study on Image Features Using Intensity
Profile for Cortical Dysplasia Degrees Estimation

Nobuyoshi Kawakami, Syoji Kobashi, Kei Kuramoto,

Yuri T. Kitamura, Kuriko Shimono, Seturo Imawaki,

Masako Taniike, Yutaka Hata

9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP335: The Relationship between EEG Frequency Bands
and Stress States

Takuto Hayashi, Eika Okamoto, Yuko Mizuno
-
Matsumoto

9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP 238: Directional
-
Edge
-
Space Processing for Multiple
-
Resolution Image
Perception

Hyun
-
Soo Kim



Room3

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1 Biomechanics

Organizers:
Shinichi Yoshiya & Masahiro Kurosaka, Japan

Chairs : Kouki Nagamune & Syoji Kobashi, Japan

9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP516: Development of Force Measurement System by
Embedding Force Sensor to Insert of Knee Prosthesis

Kouki Nagamune

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP498: Pivot Shift Evaluation in the Knee Joint Using
Inertial and Magnetic Sensors

Yohei Tsumo
ri, Akitomo Tomaru, Syoji Kobashi,

Shinichi Yoshiya


9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP633: A Quantitative Measurement System of Lachman
Test with Force Sensor

Shogo Kawaguchi, Kouki Nagamune, Daisuke Araki,

Seiji Kubo, Ryosuke Kuroda, Masahiro Kurosaka


9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP632:
Determination of Pelvic Coordinate System and
Application to Clinical Study Using MDCT Images

Satoshi Fujimoto, Syoji Kobashi, Takayuki Nishiyama,
Noriyuki Kanzaki, Nao Shibanuma, Kei Kuramoto,

Yutaka Hata


Room4

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2 Evolutionary Computation II


Organizers & Chairs: H. Ishibuchi & Y. Nojima, Japan

9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP060: Simulated Annealing with Search Mechanisms of
Interpolation and Extrapolatolation Domain

Tomoyuki Hiroyasu, Yuta Tomatsu, Masahiro Nakao,

Miki Mitsunori, Hisatake Yokouchi, Masato Yoshimi


9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1

IFMIP547: Hybrid Meta
-
Heuristic Approaches for Vehicle
Routing Problems based on the Problem Decomposition

Kazutoshi Sakakibara, Takahiro Tsuda, Ikuko Nishikawa

9/20/2010

14:20

0:40

15:00

MON
-
PM1

Special Session Invited Talk

IFMIP475: Meme

Selection, Variation, and Transmission in
Multi
-
Agent System

Zhengxiang Pan, Liang Feng, Yilin Kang, Ah
-
Hwee Tan,
Yew
-
Soon Ong


Room5

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2 Intelligent Systems II

Organizers & Chairs :
Gordon Lee & Lal Tummala
USA

9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1

ISSCI385: Intelligent testing systems.

Narayan C Debnath,

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20



ISSCI621: High dimensional pattern recognition using the

12

MON
-
PM1

recursive hyperspheric classification algorithm.

Saul Byberg
Reed, Tyson Richard Curtis Reed, Sergiu M
Dascalu

9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40


MON
-
PM1

ISSCI653:Recursive, Hyperspherical Behavioral Learning
for Robotic Control.

Saul Byberg Reed, Tyson Richard Curtis Reed, Sergiu M
Dascalu, Monica Nicolescu



9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00


MON
-
PM1

ISSCI649:

Towards an Intelligent Software Tool for
Enhanced Model Interoperability

in Climate Change Research.

Sohei Okamoto, Eric Fritzinger, Sergiu Dascalu,
Frederick C. Harris, Jr., Shahram Latifi, Michael
McMahon, Jr.


Room6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1: New Fluid Actuators I


Chair:

Koichi Suzumori, Japan


9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1


#223: “Wrist Rehabilitation Equipment Using Pneumatic
Parallel Manipulator “

Masahiro Takaiwa, Toshiro Naritsugu

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1


#654: “Miniaturized and High
-
Powered Micro Pump Using

Electro
-
Conjugate Fluid”

Yutaka Tanaka, Masahiro Ishida, Shinichi Yokota, Kazuya

Edamura



9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

MON
-
PM1


#262: “Design of Tendon
-
Driven Robot Hand Using
Pneumatic Balloon Actuators”

Jun
-
ya Nagase, Norihiko Saga

9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00

MON
-
PM1


#182: “A Microgripper Using Flexible Electro
-
Rheological
Valves”

Kazuhiro Yoshida, Toru Ide, Joon
-
wan Kim,
Shinichi
Yokota


Room7

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
2

Robot Manipulators


Chair:
Fusaomi Nagata, Japan




9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1


#36: “STICK
-
SLIP MOTION CONTROL OF A
CARTESIAN
-
TYPE ROBOT”

Fusaomi Nagata, Takanori Mizobuchi, Keigo
Watanabe

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1

#111: “A NEW CONTROL ALGORITHM BASED ON TACTILE
and SLIPPAGE SENSATION FOR ROBOTIC HAND”

Hanafiah Yussof, Jiro Wada, Masahiro Ohka



9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

MON
-
PM1

#124: “PLANAR ROBOT TRAJECTORY
-
TRACKING
USING INVERSE OPTIMAL NEURAL CONTROL”

Fernando Ornelas
-
Tellez, Edgar N.Sanchez, Alexander G
Loukianov

9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00

MON
-
PM1

Open


Room8

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
11 System of Systems / Hardware

Chair: Alma Alanis, Mexico

9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1

“ISIAC 671 ULTRA LOW ENERGY CLOUD
COMPUTING USING ADAPTIVE LOAD PREDICTION”


Kranthi Manoj Nagothu, Brian Kelley, Jeff Prevost,Mo
Jamshidi

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1

“ISIAC 674 CIRCUIT FOR MULTIPLICATION OF TWO
SIGMA
-
DELTA MODULATED PULSE STREAMS ”


Djuro Zrilic

9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

MON
-
PM1

“ISIAC 675 A System of Systems Approach to Analytics
using Nolan’s Peer Relativity Profiling Transformations”


Anthony G Nolan, Mark Johnson, Graham Williams, Emily
Nolan, & Peter Phillips

9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00

MON
-
PM1

Open


Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
2 A Milestone Towards Clinical Laboratory

13

Automation Employing Dielectrophoresis I

Organizers: Takeshi Yamakawa & Hiroko Imasato, Japan

Chair: Takeshi Yamakawa, Japan

9/20/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

MON
-
PM1

“ISIAC

# 592 SEPARATION OF LEUKEMIA CELLS
FROM BLOOD BY EMPLOYING
DIELECTROPHORESIS”

HIROKO IMASATO, TAKESHI YAMAKAWA

9/20/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

MON
-
PM1

“ISIAC
# 483 OPTICAL COUNTING OF TRAPPED BACTERIA
IN DIELECTROPHORETIC DEVICE WITH PILLAR ARRAY.”

SATOSHI UCHIDA, RYOTA NAKAO, YASUHARU SHIINE
AND HIROYUKI NISHIKAWA

9/20/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

MON
-
PM1

“ISIAC
# 497 FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES OF

DIELECTRIC
CHARACTERISTICS OF

HEAT
-
INJURED S.CEREVISIAE
USING DIELECTROPHORETIC IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENT
METHOD”

TAKAHARU ENJOJI, SATOSHI UCHIDA AND FUMIYOSHI
TOCHIKUBO

9/20/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00

MON
-
PM1

“ISIAC
# 519 CONTROL OF CELLULAR
ORGANIZATION AROUND
COLLAGEN BEADS USING
DIELECTROPHORESIS”


SHOGO MIYATA, YU SUGIMOTO


MON
-
PM2
(1500
-
1620)


Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1 Particle Filters for Multimedia and
Image Processing I

Organizer: Norikazu Ikoma, Japan

Chair : Kazuhiko
Kawamoto, Japan

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP190: Tracking and Shape Estimation of Deformable
Object Using Particle Filter and Adaptive Vector
Quantizaer

Takeshi Nishida, Norikazu Ikoma, Shuichi Kurogi

9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP525: Particle Filter Based Knee Kinematics
Analysis with 2
-
D/3
-
D Image Registration

Yusuke Nakajima, Syoji Kobashi, Yohei Tsumori,

Nao Shibanuma, Fumiaki Imamura, Kei Kuramoto,

Seturo Imawaki, Shinichi Yoshiya, Yutaka Hata

9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:
00

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP656: Visual Tracking in Occurrence of
o
ut
-
of
-
Field
-
of
-
View Utilizing Background Information by Particle Filter

Norikazu Ikoma


9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP484: Improvement of Likelihood in Particle Filter
for Interactive Color
Tracking

Maiko Kudo, Takuya Akashi, Mimoru Fukumi,

Yoshisuke Kurozumi


Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1 Soft Computation of Management
Engineering I

Organizer: Junzo Watada, Japan

Chair:
IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1 Shoji Hirano
, Japan

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP095: A Simulated Annealing Based Possibilistic
Fuzzy C
-
means Algorithm for Clustering Problems

Wen Song, Shuming Wang, Junzo Watada


9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP096: Evidence Based Similarity Measure for Text
Categorization

Rozlini Mohamed and Junzo Watada


9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP099: Structuralizing Complex Communications of
Contextual Relations Using a Biological Encoding
Method

Ikno Kim, Yu
-
Yi Chu, Junzo Watada

9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP279: Creating SMES’ Innovation Capabilities
Through Formation of Collaborative Innovation Network
in Taiwan

Yu
-
Lien Tai, Junzo Watada


Room3


14

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1 Agent
-
based Community Simulation
and Soft Computing I

Organizer & Chair:
Katsuhiro Honda

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP109: Sequential User
-
Item weighted
-
Cluster
Extraction for Collaborative Filtering

Katsuhiro Honda, Akira Notsu, Hidetomo Ichihashi

9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP175: A
Study on Effect of User Preference Variety
in Virtual Theme Park Simulation

Chi
-
Hyon Oh, Katsuhiro Honda, Takeshi Yamamoto,
Hidetomo Ichihashi


9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP196: A Social Simulation on the Influence of the
Interaction Style and

Communication Network

Akira Notsu


9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP334: DEA Visualization by PCA with Variable
Selection

Shingo Aoki, Shingo Yamasaki, Katsuhiro Honda


Room4

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3 Evolutionary Computation III

Organizers & Chairs: H. Ishibuchi & Y. Nojima, Japan

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP56: A Study on Interval to Switch Combination of
Objectives Considered in Pareto Partial Dominance
MOEA

Hiroyuki Sato,
Hernan E. Aguirre, Kiyoshi Tanaka

9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP208: Basic Study on Aggregation of Objective
Functions in Many
-
Objective Optimization Problems

Shun Otake, Tomohiro Yoshikawa, Takeshi Furuhashi

9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP88: Development of a Multi
-
granularity Design
Support System using Hierarchical Clustering for Non
-
dominated Solutions

Shinya Watanabe, Shogo Ohe, Ryoujiro Minato


9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

MON
-
PM2

IFMIP017: Use of Non
-
Geometric Binary Crossover as
Mutation

Hisao Ishibuchi, Noritaka Tsukamoto, Yusuke Nojima


Room5

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISSCI3
-
SS02 Intelligent Sensors & Signal Treatment

Organizer: Wilmar Hernández

Chairs :
Oleg Sergiyenko
& Steffen Harneit, Germany


9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

ISSCI073: Robust control of excavation mobile robot with
dynamic triangulation vision.

Oleg Sergiyenko, Alexander Gurko, Vera Tyrsa, Wilmar
Hernandez, Oleg Starostenko.



9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



MON
-
PM2

ISSC509: A system for automatic
detection of buried
utilities with ground penetrating radar.

Steffen Harneit





9/20/2010

15:40

16:20

16:00




MON
-
PM2

ISSCI189: A design method for modified PIDcontrol
systems for multiple
-
input/multiple
-
output plants to
attenuate unknown disturbances.

Takaaki Hagiwara, Kou Yamada, Yoshinori Ando,
Iwanori Murakami, Satoshi Aoyama And Shun Matsuura.

9/20/2010

16:00

16:20

16:20


MON
-
PM2

ISSCI290: Data mining techniques for modeling the
influence of daily extreme weather conditions on
grapevine yield and
wine quality.

Subana Shanmuganathan, Philip Sallis And Ajit
Narayanan


Room6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
11
OS
1
-
2: New Fluid Actuators II

Chair:

Koichi Suzumori, Japan

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

#165: “Precise position control of coarse/fine dual stage
using pneumatic actuators”

Kotaro Tadano, Takeshi Arai, Kenji Kawashima, Toshinori
Fujita, and Toshiharu Kagawa


15

9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

#205: “Experimental Evaluation of Multiplex
Pneumatic Control Drive”

Yasutaka Nishioka, Koichi Suzumori, Takefumi Kanda,

Shuichi Wakimoto



9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

MON
-
PM2

# 271: “Dynamic Characteristics of Pneumatic Flow Control
Valve Driven by PZT Vibrator”

Hirooka Daisuke, Koichi Suzumori, Takehumi Kanda

9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

MON
-
PM2


Open


Room7

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
3
“Biorobotics”

Chair:

Masahiro Ohka, Japan

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

#47: “OPTIMIZATION OF BICYCLE SEAT HEIGHT FOR
INDIVIDUAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES”

Tatsushi Tokuyasu, Shimpei Matsumoto, Keichi Ohba,Koji
Hirakaba

9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

#128:“Psychophysical experiments for tactile

sensors/displays promoted by
complex systems science

Masahiro Ohka,Yuji Kawabe,Tao Jin, Abdullah Chami,

Rajaei Nader, Beceren Kadir,Toru Miyaoka



9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

MON
-
PM2

#301: “A NOVEL DYNAMIC EDGE DETECTION
INSPIRED FROM MAMMALIAN RETINA TOWARD
BETTER ROBOT VISION”

Abdul Rahman Hafiz, Fady Alnajjar, Kazuyuki Murase

9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

MON
-
PM2

#294: “EFFECT OF A HYDRO GEL ELASTICITY FOR
TRANSPLANTATION ASSIST DEVICE OF THE MYOCARDIAL
CELL SHEETS”

Kiyoshi Naemura,Makoto Takahashi, Kentaro Nakajima,Ryoichi
Nakamura, Tatsuya Shimizu,Teruo Okano


Room
8

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

Session


ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1 Design and Evolutionary Systems

Chairs:
Pablo Cortes
, Spain & Anna Wang, China

9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

“ISOMA
-
RS
-
0117
:
A
N
ovel
M
esh
S
egmentation
M
ethod for
R
everse
E
ngineering



Ichiro Hagiwara

9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00


MON
-
PM2

“ISOMA
-
665
-
1068
-
1
-
RV
:
CAD Modelling in Reverse Engineering:
Generating C2
-
continuous Planar B
-
spline Curves for Free
-
form
Shapes



Bernadetta Kwintiana Ane
and Dieter Roller

9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20


MON
-
PM2

“ISOMA
-
30
-
32
-
1
-
RV
:
A Evolutionary Algorithm For
Dynamically Optimization of Drayage Operations



Escudero, A., Munuzurri, J., Guadix, J., and Onieva, L.

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20


MON
-
PM2

“ISOMA
-
338
-
438
-
1
-
RV
:
An Evolutionary System For The
Optimized Design of Multistage Forming Processes of Alumunium
Cups



Ramírez, F
.

J
.
; Packianather, M
.

S
.
; Domingo, M
.

R
.
; Sebastián, M
A
,


Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
3 A Mile Stone Toward
Clinical Laboratory
Automation Employing Dielectrophoresis II

Organizers: Takeshi Yamakawa & Hiroko Imasato, Japan

Chair: Hiroko Imasato, Japan

9/20/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

MON
-
PM2

“ISIAC Paper # 492 DIELECTROPHORESIS OF
MICROPARTICLES WITH PLANAR AND
CAPILLARY
QUADRUPOLE ELECTRODES.”

IKUHIRO IKEDA, KEITARO MATSUMARU AND HITOSHI
WATARAI,

9/20/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

MON
-
PM2

“ISIAC Paper # 611 MEASUREMENT OF PROPULSION FORCE
ON PARTICLES UNDER TRAVELLING
-
WAVE ELECTRIC
FIELDS”

MASANORI EGUCHI, HIROKO
IMASATO, TAKESHI
YAMAKAWA,

9/20/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

MON
-
PM2

“ISIAC Paper # 550 SCANNING DIELECTROPHORETIC
MANIPULATION OF MICRO OBJECTS”

HIROSHI FRUSAWA, NARIO TANIGUCHI

9/20/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

MON
-
PM2

“ISIAC Paper # 382 DIELECTROPHORETIC PARTICLE
PATTERNING FOR RAPID IMMUNOSENSING”

TOMOYUKI YASUKAWA, HYUN JUNG LEE, JAVIER RAMON
-

16

AZCON, FUMIO MIZUTANI, TOMOKAZU MATUE,


MON
-

PM3
(1640
-
1800)



Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2 Particle Filters for Multimedia and
Image Processing

Organizer&Chair: Norikazu Ikoma, Japan

9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP269: Camera
-
Based Online Signature Verification
System: Effects of Camera Positions

Satoshi Shirato, Daigo Muramatsu, Takashi Matsumoto

9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP276: Confidence Measure Based on Higher
-
Order
Statistics for Spatial Feature in Particle Filtering

Mitsunori Mizumachi

9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP281: A Data Assimilation Method for Estimating
the Parameters of a Social Force Model for Pedestrian
Motion Analysis

Kazuhiko Kawamoto

9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP496: Optimizing Vehicle Routing Problems Using
Evolutionally Computation
on GPGPU

Manabu Nii, Shun Yamanaka, Daisaku Kimura,

Yutaka Takahashi, Takayuki Yumoto


Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2 Soft Computation of Management
Engineering II

Organizer: Junzo Watada, Japan

Chair:
Manabu Nii
, Japan

9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP97: Fuzzy Random Based Rough Sets Analysis and
Its Application

Junzo Watada, Lee
-
Chuan Lin, Yoshiyuki Matsumoto

9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP98: Building Creative City through Fuzzy Random
Regression Model

Lee
-
Chuan Lin, Junzo Watada


9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP512: Hierarchical Fuzzy System Construction
Applying Genetic and Bacterial Programming Algorithms
with Expression Tree Building Restrictions

Krisztian Balazs, Janos Botzheim, Laszlo T.
Koczy

9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP

700
: Multiscale Comparison of Three
-
dimensional
Trajectories Based on the Curvature Maxima

Shoji Hirano


Room3

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2 Agent
-
based Community Simulation
and Soft Computing II

Organizer & Chair:
Katsuhiro Honda, Japan

9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP237: Group Decision Directly from Group
Members' Judgments

Tomoe Entani


9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP201: Grid
-
Like Fuzzy Clustering Extraction by
Extended Fuzzy C
-
Lines with Local Coordinate Rotation

Katsuhiro Honda


9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP202: Linear Fuzzy Cluster Extraction from Non
-
Euclidean Relational Data

Katsuhiro Honda


9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP701
:

Active Sensing for Intelligent Robot
Vision with Range Imaging Sensor

Hironobu Sasaki, Naoyuki Kubota, Tomoya Fukukawa,
Chen Fei, Sun Baiqing, Toshio Fukuda




Room4

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP GS
-
1

Image Processing

Chair:
Kaori Yoshida, Japan



9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP204: Estimating Face Direction from Wideview
Surveillance Camera

Shinji Abe


17




9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP333: In Silico Modelling of Smiling Motions
-
Aging
in Adulthood

Masakazu Yagi, Naoko Shigenaga, Hiroko Ohno,

Haruna Yamanami, Ruriko Takano, Sadaki Takata,

Kenji Takada


9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP485: Investigation of Accuracy for Dr
awing of
Object Detection Method with Sketch

Yoshiki Kubota, Takuya Akashi, Minoru Fukumi,

Yoshisuke Kurozumi


9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00

MON
-
PM3

IFMIP079: Robust Image Compression in a Hybrid
Approach

Kenneth K. C. Lee, Y. K.Chan


Room
5

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISSCI4
-
SS03 Bioinspired Soft Computing

Organizer:

Aleksandar Jevtić Spain


Co
-
Chairs : A. Jevtić, Spain &

B. Xing, South Africa

9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

ISSCI180: Swarm intelligence in cellular manufacturing:
application
of hybrid ant system to manufacturing cell
machine layout problem.


Bo Xing,Wen
-
Jing Gao, Fulufhelo V. Nelwamondo,
Kimberly Battle, and Tshilidzi Marwala

9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20



MON
-
PM3

ISSCI151: Building a swarm of robotic bees.

Aleksandar Jevtić,
Peymon Gazi, Diego Andina, Mo
Jamshidi

9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40


MON
-
PM3

ISSCI039: A high performance hybrid metaheuristic for
traveling salesman problem.

Chun
-
Wei Tsai, Jui
-
Le Chen, Shih
-
Pang Tseng, Ming
-
Chao Chiang, and Chu
-
Sing Yang

9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00


MON
-
PM3

ISSCI636: A Biological Speech Recognition System by
Using Associative Neural Networks.

Dariush Shahgoshtasbi, Sos Agaian, Mo Jamshidi


Room6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
12
OS6: “Robot Vision”

Chair:
Kazuhiro Shimonomura,
Japan




9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

#48: “A silicon retina system for color constancy”
Kazuhiro Shimonomura, Tetsuya Yagi


9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20




MON
-
PM3

#
1
49: “Vision
-
Guided Individual Modeling of Bendable
Cables
for their Insertion”

Shinichi Hirai and Yuuki Kataoka

9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40


MON
-
PM3

#150: “INTELLIGENT HIGH
-
FRAME
-
RATE VIDEO
RECORDING WITH IMAGE
-
BASED TRIGGER”

Yaodong Wang, Takeshi Takaki, Idaku Ishii

9/20/2010

17:
4
0

0:20

1
8
:
0
0


MON
-
PM3

#178:
“Development of Robot Which Recognizes User's
False Beliefs Using View Estimation”

Jun
-
ichi Imai, Masahide Kaneko

9/20/2010

1
8
:
0
0

0:20

18:
2
0


MON
-
PM3

#627: “SELF
-
LOCALIZATION OF OMNI
-
DIRECTIONAL MOBILE ROBOT USING SILICON
RETINA BASED OPTICAL FLOW SENSOR”

Atsushi Sanada, Kazou Ishii, Tetsuya Yagi


Room7

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
4
OS4:
Motion Control and Sensi
ng Technology
for Mobile Robots

Chair:

Takayuki Tanaka, Japan

9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3


#247: “Force Sensorless Power
-
assist Control of Yaw
Motion Direction for Two Wheels Driven Wheelchair”

Tatsuya Kuramatsu, Toshiyuki Murakami

9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20



MON
-
PM3

#459: “A METHOD OF TRAJECTORY GENERATION TO
VEHICLE ROBOT UNDER UNKNOWN
ENVIRONMENT”

Satoru Takahashi, Daisuke Nagahara, Shun'ichi Kaneko,

Takayuki Tanaka




18

9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40


MON
-
PM3


#479: “Experimental Verification of Nonlinear
Compensation to PID Control Using Digital Acceleration
Control”

Takanori Emaru,
Kazuo Imagawa, Yohei Hoshino, Yukinori
Kobayashi

9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00


MON
-
PM3


#244: “Rapid Computation of Robust Optical Flow by
Efficient Complementary Voting”

Ming Fang, Hidenori Takauji, Shun'ichi Kaneko

9/20/2010

18:00

0:20

18:20

MON
-
P
M3

#207: “SELF
-
LOCALIZATION OF A MOBILE ROBOT
ON IRREGULAR GROUND USING A LASER RANGE
FINDER”

Naohito Takasuka, Takayuki Tanaka, Shun'ichi Kaneko,
Tatumi Tada, Shin'ichi Suzuki



Room8

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
2 Reliability Engineering

Chair: Chair: Michael
Packianather
, UK
and

Diego Andina, Spain

9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

“ISOMA
-
62
-
80
-
1
-
RV
:
Fault Diagnosis of Blast Furnace
Based on Improved Binary Tree SVMS


Anna Wang, Zuoqian Liu, Ran Tao

9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

MON
-
PM3

“ISOMA
-
74
-
100
-
1
-
RV
:
Enhancing Fault Prediction On
Automatic Foundry Processes


Igor Santos, Javier Nieves, and Pablo G. Bringas

9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40

MON
-
PM3

“ISOMA
-
115
-
158
-
1
-
RV
:
Overcoming Data Gathering
Errors For The Prediction of Mechanical
Properties On
High Precision Foundries


Javier Nieves, Igor Santos, and Pablo G. Bringas

9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00

MON
-
PM3

“ISOMA
-
32
-
36
-
1
-
RV
:
Fuzzy Logic
-
Based Controller For
Vertical Traffic Detection Purpose


Joaquin R. Fernandez V., Pablo Cortes,
Maria Del
Carmen Delgado


Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
4 Movement Analysis / Assistance

Chair: Mark Johnson, USA

9/20/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

MON
-
PM3

“ISIAC 559 Electronic white cane for blind people
navigation”


Joao Barroso, J. FARIA J, H.LOPES ,H. FERNANDES
H, P. MARTINS

9/20/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

MON
-
PM3

“ISIAC 477 Stereo Vision in Blind Navigation Assistance”


Hugo Ricardo Morais Fernandes, P. COSTA, V.,FILIPE,
L..,HADJILEONTIADIS, J., BARROSO, J.

9/20/2010

17:20

0:20

17:40

MON
-
PM3

“ISIAC 571 Acoustic Gait Recognition on a Staircase”

Authors: David T. Alpert, Martin Allen; USA

9/20/2010

17:40

0:20

18:00

MON
-
PM3

Open



WAC 2010

TUESDAY September 21, 2010

GRID

Time

Event

Venue




0900
-
1000


(TUE
-
AM1)

Keynote TUE
-
AM1


Honoree Lecture


Bio
-
robotic Innovative Manipulation for Micro and
Nano World

Professor
Toshio Fukuda


Nagoya University, Japan

Chair:

Kazuo Kiguchi,
Japan

3F
-
301


19




1000
-
1100


(TUE
-
AM2)

Keynote TUE
-
AM2

Single Molecule Imaging and Nanometry:
F
luctuation and Function of Life


Professor Toshio Yanagida

Osaka University, Japan

Chair:

Yutaka Hata,

Japan

3F
-
301


1100
-
1120

BREAK


F and 5F (Conference
Center)

1120
-
1220




(TUE
-
AM3)

Keynote TUE
-
AM3


Honoree Lecture

A Challenge to Minimally Invasive Surgery for
Epilepsy

Professor Takeshi Yamakawa

Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

Chair:

Mo Jamshidi, USA

3F
-
301

1220
-
1320

LUNCH BREAK


Open

1320
-
1440



(TUE
-
PM1)

NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS


See Detailed tables


1440
-
1500

BREAK


F and 5F

(Conference Center)

1500
-
1620



(TUE
-
PM2)

NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS


See Detailed tables

1700
-
1800

Tour bird sanctuary and flower
gardens

of
Kobe
Kachoen, Kobe, Japan


See Detailed tables


1830
-
2100

Gala Banquet and Awards
Ceremony

(Kobe K

Kachoen

Garden and Sanctuary)

Chair:

Mo Jamshidi
, USA

Awards Presentation

WAC 2012


Puerto Vallarta
, Mexico

National Chair:
Edgar Sanchez,

Mexico





Kobe Kachoen
Gardens

2100
-
2200

Musical Show ; Tamae and Takeshi Yamakawa

Kobe Kachoen

GENERAL SESSIONS


TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 2010

Bio
-
robotic Innovative Manipulation for Micro and Nano World

Toshio Fukuda


Nagoya University, Japan



ABSTRACT:

Robotic technology can be applied for many areas, such as manufacturing, environment hazard and
rescue, inspection and maintenance, traffic control, daily life support, medicine, bio
-
automation, entertainment and
amuse
ment, and many others. There are so many innovative areas in robotics and automation and in particular in micro and
nano areas.

In this talk, based on micro technology, the specific application to the Bio
-
medical area is presented with on
-
going research
pr
ojects. The robots need a good hardware system with advanced sensors and actuators based on micro and nanotechnology,
intelligent control system and a good human
-
robot interface for operators to use it easily. There are many medical robots
which aim to hel
p patients to have minimum invasive surgery robotic system.

Medical doctor needs training to improve skills better to operate those robots efficiently. Thus the more sophisticated
simulator system is required to improve skill by hardware and/or virtual reality technologies. In this talk, the intravascula
r

20

micro sur
gery system is shown with the blood vessel simulator.

Then the nano
-
robotic system is introduced to show the
current status of the robotics and automation technologies in the nano world. In particular, nano bio area including the
biological cell handling w
ill be presented with application of the robotic manipulation system. These salient features are to
observe measure and manipulate cells in the 3 D system, unlike the conventional system. At the end, the potential
applications will be discussed by the futu
re bio robotic manipulation.


About the Honoree
:
Toshio Fukuda

received the B.A. degree from Wase
da University, Tokyo, Japan, in
1971, and the
M.S and Dr. Eng. from the University of
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1973 and 1977, respectively.

In 1977, he joined the
National Mechanical Engineering Laboratory. In 1982, he joined the Science University of Tokyo, Japan, and then joined
Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan, in 1989. Currently, he is D
irector of Center for Micro
-
Nano Mechatronics and Professor
of Department of Micro
-
Nano Systems Engineering at Nagoya University, where he is mainly involved in the research fields
of intelligent robotic and mechatronics system, cellular robotic system, an
d micro
-

and nano
-
robotic system.

Dr. Fukuda was President of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (1998
-
1999), Director of the IEEE Division X,
Systems and Control (2001
-
2002), and Editor
-
in
-
Chief of IEEE / ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2000
-
2002). H
e
was President of IEEE Nanotechnology Council (2002
-
2003, 2005) and President of SOFT (Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory
and Intelligent Informatics) (2003
-
2005). He was elected as a member of Science Council of Japan (2008
-

). He received the
IEEE Eugene Mi
ttelmann Award (1997), IEEE Millennium Medal (2000), IEEE Robotics and Automation Pioneer Award
(2004), IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Distinguished Service Award (2005), Award from Ministry of Education
and Science in Japan (2005). IEEE Nanotechnolo
gy Council Distinguished service award (2007). Best Googol Application
paper awards from IEEE Trans. Automation Science and Engineering (2007). Best papers awards from RSJ (2004) and
SICE (2007), Special Funai Award from JSME (2008), 2009 George Saridis Le
adership Award in Robotics and Automation
(2009), IEEE Fellow (1995), SICE Fellow (1995), JSME Fellow (2001), RSJ Fellow (2004).

Single Molecule Imaging and Nanometry: Fluctuation and Function of Life


Toshio Yanagida

Osaka University
, Japan


ABSTRACT:
Sin
ce biological molecular machines such as molecular motors, cell signal processors, DNA transcription
processors and protein synthesizers are only nanometers in size and have a flexible structure, they are very prone to thermal

agitation. Furthermore, the i
nput energy level is not much different from that of average thermal energy, k
B
T. Molecular
machines can use this thermal noise with a high efficiency of energy conversion for their functions. This is in sharp contras
t
to man
-
made machines that operate at

energies much higher than thermal noise. In recent years, single molecule imaging
and nano
-
technologies have rapidly been expanding to include a wide range of life science applications. The dynamic
properties of biomolecules and the unique operations of m
olecular machines, which were previously hidden in averaged
ensemble measurements, are now being unveiled. The aim of our research is to approach the engineering principle of
adaptive biological systems by uncovering the unique operation of biological mol
ecular machines. Here, I review our single
molecule experiments designed to investigate molecular motors, enzyme reactions, protein dynamics and cell signaling, and
discuss how thermal fluctuations (noise) play a positive role in the unique operation of bi
ological molecular machines
allowing for flexible and adaptive biological systems including muscle and brain.


About the Speaker:

Toshio Yanagida

received the B.Eng. Sci. degree in 1969, the M.Eng. Sci. degree in 1971 and the
D.E. degree in 1976, all from Osaka University, Osaka, Japan. He is currently a Professor at the Department of Physiology
and Biosignaling, Osaka University Graduate School of

Medicine and Laboratories for Nanobiology Graduate School of
Frontier Biosciences. He was the project leader of the Yanagida Biomotron Project, ERATO, JST in 1993
-
1997 and the
project leader of the Single Molecule Process Project, ERATO, JST in 1998
-
2002.

He was the research director of the
recently completed Formation of Soft Nano Machines and is currently the research supervisor of Novel Measuring and
Analytical Technology Contributions to the Elucidation and Application of Life Phenomena, CREST, JST and

Vice
-
director
of WPI Immunology Frontier Research Center, Osaka University. His research interests include the role of fluctuation in the
function of bio
-
systems from molecular machines to the human brain. Dr. Yanagida is a member of the Biophysical Socie
ty
of Japan and the American Biophysical Society. He received the 25th Naito Memorial Science Promotion Award (Naito
Memorial Promotion Foundation) in 1994, a Japan Academy Award, the Imperial Award in 1998, and an Asahi Award
(Asahi Newspaper Culture Foun
dation) in 1999.

A Challenge to Minimally Invasive Surgery for Epilepsy

Takeshi Yamakawa

Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan


ABSTRACT:
Up to 5% of people in the world may have at least one seizure in their lives and about 1% is suffered from
seizures h
indering their daily life. Although the seizures can be suppresses by adequate medication for about 80% of them,
the residual 20% are not affected by the drug. The effective treatment for these patients of drug
-
resistive epilepsy is a
surgical treatment to

remove the “epileptogenc focus”.

The current localization accuracy of the epileptogenc focus is not good and thus the extirpation of focus with significant
margin causes the removal of normal brain and leads to the severe aftereffects such as restricted v
ision, motor dysfunction,
disorder of memory, and so on. To cope with this problem, we should develop the technology of (1) detecting the
epileptogenic focus, and (2) necrotizing the epileptogenic focus excluding normal brain.


21

In order to identify the location of the epileptogenic focus which may be a point, definite area or disseminated form,
the activated area of epilepsy should be detected by the non
-
invasive method, for instance, an optical topography (a kind of
Near
-
Infrare
d Spectroscopy

: NIRS
). The location of the focus may be obtained by the transient waveform of the optical
topography which is similar to the solution of an inverse problem. The candidate of the tool for solving the problem would
be the SOR network
developed by the author.

After identifying the location of the epileptogenic focus, almost all of the focus area should be necrotized by the way in
which the narrow area can be affected with checking. The necrotizing equipment for the narrow area should be

fine for not
delivering damages on the healthy area of the brain. In our research two candidates of necrotizing equipments will be
developed as shown in the following.

Rapid freezing and thawing of the biological tissue causes necrosis of cells and neuron
s in the narrow area because of
destruction of subcellular organelle by the difference of salt concentrations. This is well
-
known as cryoablation in hepatoma,
lung malignancy, carcinoma prostata, and so on, where the tip of the freezing probe is about seve
ral cm and not suitable for
minimally invasiveness and narrow area freezing. Thus the coaxial double tube structure is employed for fine tip of the
probe, where the outer diameter of the probe is less than 1 mm.

Another candidate to necrotize the focus of

narrow area is a laser light focused on the target tissue. It exhibits the
flexible treatment by changing the intensity, wavelength, time period of exposure, and thus a variety of usage will be
expected.

The minimally invasive surgery for drug
-
resistant e
pilepsy is to be developed within four years by the support of JSPS
(Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) in which the restricted area of the brain (epileptogenic focus) is necrotized
excluding the healthy part of the brain.
By employing this techno
logy and equipment brain surgeons will be able to save the
lives of patients of serious epilepsy.


About the Honoree:

Takeshi Yamakawa
, Professor Emeritus of Kyushu Institute of Technology. Takeshi Yamakawa is
now a special
-
appointment professor of Departm
ent of Brain Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Life Science and
Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Wakamatsu, Japan and also the chairman of Fuzzy Logic Systems
Institute (FLSI). He received the B. Eng. degree in electronics eng
ineering in 1969 from Kyushu Institute Technology,
Tobata and the M. Eng. degree in electronics engineering in 1971 from Tohoku University, both in Japan. He received the
Ph.D. degree for his studies on electrochemical devices in 1974 from Tohoku Universit
y, Japan. From 1974 to 1977, he
engaged in the development of new electrochemical devices as a Research Assistant at Tohoku University. From 1977 to
1981 he served as a Research Assistant in electrical engineering and computer science at Kumamoto Universit
y, Japan.
From 1981 to 1989 he was an Associate Professor at Kumamoto University. During this time, he developed intrinsic fuzzy
logic integrated circuits in pMOS (1983) and CMOS (1985), a fuzzy logic controller hardware (1986), a fuzzy logic
computer hard
ware (1986), a fuzzy memory device (1986), and fuzzy micro processors (rule chip and defuzzifier chip)
(1988).

He joined the Faculty of Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Iizuka, Japan and
received a full professorshi
p in April 1989. He established a foundation, Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute (FLSI), in Japan in
1990 to promote the international collaboration on fuzzy logic, neural networks and soft computing, and to promote the
spread of the research results. Prof. Yam
akawa developed the fuzzy neuron chip in BiCMOS technology which facilitates
hand
-
written character recognition within 1 microsecond by one fuzzy neuron chip (1991). He also developed the chaos
chip in CMOS technology (1992).

In 2000 he moved to the new ca
mpus, Wakamatsu, of the Kyushu Institute of Technology to be a professor of the
Department of Brain Science and Engineering.

In March of 2009 he retired from the Kyushu Institute of Technology and in April of 2009 he was engaged to the same
university to p
romote the project for Specially Promoted Research.

His main research interest lies on hardware implementation of fuzzy systems, fuzzy neural networks, and chaotic systems.
He holds 11 patents in U.S.A., 4 patents in Europe, 1 patent in Australia and 1 pat
ent in Taiwan, and he has also applied for
more than 90 patents in Japan. Prof. Yamakawa is a fellow of IEEE, International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA) and
Japan Society of Fuzzy Theory and Systems (SOFT). He received IEEE 2008 Fuzzy Systems Pioneer A
ward. He is acting
as a member of editorial board and a regional editor of 10 international professional journals. He contributed more than 80
international conferences as a member or the chairman of organizing/programming committee. He was used to organiz
e the
International Conference on Fuzzy Logic, Neural Nets and Soft Computing (so called IIZUKA Conference) every two years
in Iizuka, Japan. He was the director of the 21
st

Century Center of Excellence entitled “World of Brain Computing
Interwoven out of
Animals and Robots” from 2003 to 2008. And now he is acting as the director of the project for Specially
Promoted Research (Project No.20001008) entitled “Identification of Epileptogenic Focus by Employing Soft Computing
and Establishment of Minimally Inva
sive and Definitive Surgery” from June 2008 to March 2012.

Prof. Yamakawa plays Karate (Japanese traditional martial arts) and possesses a black belt (5th Dan). And he likes
swimming, a monocycle and horse riding as well. His interest also lies on Shakuhac
hi and Shamisen, which are Japanese
traditional musical instruments.


A
CKNOWLEDGMENTS

-

This work was supported by a Grant
-
in
-
Aid for Specially Promoted Research (Project
No.20001008) granted by MEXT of Japan.


TUESDAY PARRALEL SESSIONS


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1440)



Room1


22

Date

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Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
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SS12
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1

Exodus from Epileptic Seizures
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A
Lifeboat Saving 68 Million Patients around the World I
-

Organizers


&

Chairs:
Takeshi Yamakawa &
Toshitaka Yamakawa

9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1


IFMIP 527: Subdural Electrode Array Manipulated by a
Shape Memory Alloy Guidewire for Minimally
-
invasive
Electrocorticogram Recording

Toshitaka Yamakawa, Takeshi Yamakawa,

Shuji Aou,
Satoru Ishizuka, Michiyasu Suzuki, and Masami Fujii

9/21/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

TUE
-
PM1


IFMIP 523: Dipole Localization of EEG and Its
Application to Detection of Origin of Epilepsy

Takahiro Yamanoi and Toshimasa Yamazaki

9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

TUE
-
PM1


IFMIP 576: Signal Source Localization by Using Self
-
Organizing Relationship Network

Tatsuji Tokiwa, Satoru Ishizuka, Keiichi Horio, Masami
Fujii, Michiyasu Suzuki and Takeshi Yamakawa

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

TUE
-
PM1


IFMIP 576: Signal
Source Localization by Using Self
-
Organizing Relationship Network

Tatsuji Tokiwa, Satoru Ishizuka, Keiichi Horio, Masami
Fujii, Michiyasu Suzuki and Takeshi Yamakawa


Room2

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SS08
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3 Human Health and Medical Science III

Organizer: Syoji Kobashi, Japan

Chair : Yuji Shimogonya, Japan

9/2
1
/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1

IFMIP068: Brain Functional Sensitivity Relates to the
Personal Stability

Yuko Mizuno
-
Matsumoto, Takuto Hayashi, Eika
Okamoto,

Tetsuya Asakawa

9/21
/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00




TUE
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PM1

IFMIP468: The Impact of Introducing an Unconscious and
Unrestrained Monitoring System on the Workload of the Care
Staff in the Nursing Home

Hayato Uchida, Kazuhiko Taniguchi, Tomoyuki Sawayama,
Yutaka Hata, Yoshinori Fujiwara,
Shoji Shinkai

9/21
/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
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PM1

IFMIP412: Computerized Classification of Patients with
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Labeled Perfusion
MRI

Yasuo Yamashita, Hidetaka Arimura, Takashi Yoshiura, Chiaki
Tokunaga, Taiki Magome, Akira Monji,

Yasuhiko Nakamura, Nobuyoshi Ohya, Hiroshi Honda, Yoshiharu
Higashida, Masafumi Ohki, Fukai Toyofuku

9/21
/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40



TUE
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PM1

IFMIP118: A Survey
of the Lifestyle and Mental Status of
Co
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Medical Students

Ichiro Tarui, Yuko Mizuno
-
Matsumoto


Room3

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Session


IFMIP
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SS03
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1 Human Behavior Understanding I

Organizers & Chairs: Naoyuki Kubota &

Honghai Liu, Japan

9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
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PM1

IFMIP91: Multi
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Camera Tracking Method Based on
Particle Filtering

Zalili Binti Musa and Junzo Watada

9/21/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00




TUE
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PM1

IFMIP 246: Optimizing Feature Selection Using Laplace
Similarity in Occluded Human Motion
Recognition

Mehdi Khoury, Naoyuki Kubota, Honghai Liu

9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
-
PM1

IFMIP521: Automated Detection of People Distribution
by a 3D Camera

Kiyotaka Ho, Kazuhiko Taniguchi, Kazunari Asari,

Kei Kuramoto, Syoji Kobashi, Yutaka Hata

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40



TUE
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PM1

IFMIP 545: The Growth of Individual Intelligence in
Groups of Agents by Autonomous Selection of Others to
Communicate To

Yasutaka Kishima, Kentarou Kurashige


Room4

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Session


IFMIP
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SS01
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4 Evolutionary Computation IV

Organizers & Chairs: H. Ishibuchi &


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Y. Nojima, Japan

9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1

IFMIP121: Discussion of Evaluation Methods for
Multiobjective Interactive Genetic Algorithm

Tomoyuki Hiroyasu, Yusuke Kobayashi, Yasunari Sasaki,
Misato Tanaka, Mitsunori Miki, Masato Yoshimi,

Hisatake Yokouchi

9/21/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00




TUE
-
PM1

IFMIP 488: Optimization with Hierarchical Structure
Particle Swarm

Atsushi Ishigame

9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
-
PM1

IFMIP181: Extended PSO with Partial Randomization for
Large Scale Multimodal Problems

Toshiyuki Yasuda, Kazuhiro Ohkura, Yoshiyuki
Matsumura

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40



TUE
-
PM1

IFMIP038: Particle Swarm Optimization Based Integrative
Optimal Design Method for Surface Motor with Multi
-
Degree of Freedom

Junichi Tsuchiya and Keiichiro Yasuda




Room 5

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End

Session


ISSCI
-
5 Soft Computing in M
ultidisciplinary
Applications

Chair : Aron Balligi, Hungary & Diego Andina, Spain

9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1

ISSCI507: Man
-
Machine cooperation without explicit
communication.

Aron Ballagi, Laszlo T. Koczy, and Claudiu Pozna

9/21/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00




TUE
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PM1

ISSCI508: Modeling Logic and Neural Approaches to
Bankruptcy Prediction Models.

Amparo Marin
-
De
-
La
-
Barcena, Alexis Marcano, Juan A
Piñuela, Diego Andina

9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
-
PM1

ISSCI214: Development of evaluation method of
tactile
sensation of human hair.

Yoko Akiyama, Yukako Matsue And Shigehiro Nishijima

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40



TUE
-
PM1

ISSCI0054: A heuristic rule
-
based approach for
monitoring of Hemodynamic data in cardiothoracic
intensive Care unit.

Rabiah, A.K., Abdul Rahman, A.A.M., Zamrin, M.D.


Room 6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1:
"Field and Service Robot I"

Chairs:
Motoji Yamamoto and Kazuo Ishii,Japan


9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1

#245: “Design of a Flexible Spoke
Wheel for a Mobile
Robot of Wiring Task Insaide Ceiling”

Motoji Yamamoto,Takeshi Ikeda, Pengfei Gao

9/21/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00



TUE
-
PM1

#637: “New Approach to The Self
-
Localization of

Autonomous Sewer Inspection Robots”

Amir Ali Forough Nassiraei, Masayoshi Honda, Kazuo

Ishii




9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
-
PM1


#231: “Adaptive Color Calibration Algorithm using Brain
Inspired Technology”

Yasunori Takemura, Kazuo Ishii

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

TUE
-
PM1

Open



Room7

Date

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Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
5

Humanoid Robots

Chair
:
Kazuhisa Mitobe, Japan




9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1

#66: “A ZMP control of a powered passive dynamic
walking robot”

Kazuhisa Mitobe, M. Satoh, G. Capi


9/21/2010

13:4
0

0:20

14:0
0




TUE
-
PM1

#69: “HCBPM: An idea toward a social

learning environment for humanoid robot”

Fady Alnajjar, Abdul Rahman Hafiz, Kazuyuki Murase



9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
-
PM1


#291: “Robot application of a brain computer interface to
STAUBLI TX40 robots


Early stafes”

Nicholas Waytowich, Andrew Henderson, Dean
Krusienski, Daniel Cox


24

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40



TUE
-
PM1


#620: “Recursive, Hyperspherical Behavioral Learning
for Robotic Control”

Saul Byberg Reed, Tyson Richard Curtis Reed, Monica
Nicolescu, Sergiu Dascalu



Room8

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
12 Linear / Uncertain Systems

Chair: Djuro Zrilic, USA

9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 041 EXTENDED STATIC OUTPUT
FEEDBACK FOR ROBUST CONTROL OF LINEAR
SYSTEMS WITH POLYTOPIC TYPE
UNCERTAINTY”


Addison Rios
-
Bolivar Francisco Hidrobo; Venezuela

9/21/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00




TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 042
ROBUST CONTROL WITH ANTI
-
WINDUP COMPENSATION FOR LTI UNCERTAIN
SYSTEMS”


Addison Rios
-
Bolivar, Flor Narciso, Victor Delgado;
Venezuela

9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 234 Central Suboptimal Mean
-
Square H_infinity
Filter Design for Linear
Stochastic Time
-
Varying
Systems”


Michael Basin, Edgar Nelson Sanchez, Santiago Elvira
-
Ceja; Mexico

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40



TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 264 Second Order Sliding Mode for MIMO
Nonlinear Uncertain Systems based on a Neural
Identifier”


Alma Y.
Alanis, Edgar N. Sanchez; Mexico



Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
5

Video Game

Agent Control


Organizer and Chair:
Gary Parker, USA

9/21/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 643 THE XPILOT
-
AI ENVIRONMENT”


Gary Parker, David Arroyo

9/21/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00




TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 655 USING A FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL
SYSTEM FOR AN XPILOT COMBAT AGENT”


Andrew Hubley, Gary Parker

9/21/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 220 Evolving Q
-
Learners for Stochastic Games:
Study on Video Game Agent

Controllers”


Luis Peña Sánchez, Jose Maria Peña Sánchez, Sascha
Ossowski, Pilar Herrero

9/21/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40



TUE
-
PM1

“ISIAC 644 Real
-
Time AI in Xpilot Using
Reinforcement Learning”


Martin Allen, Kristen Dirmaier, Gary Parker


TUE
-
PM
2

(1500
-
1620)


Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2 Exodus from Epileptic Seizures
-

A
Lifeboat Saving 68 Million Patients around the World
-

II

Organizers & Chairs : Takeshi Yamakawa &

Toshitaka Yamakawa, Japan

9/21/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP569: Cell Necrotization in Rat Brain by the Cryogenic
Probe

S
atoru

I
shizuka
, H
iroaki

K
oga
, Z
imin

L
ev

G
rigorievich
,

M
ichiyasu

S
uzuki
, M
asami

F
ujii,
T
akeshi Yamakawa

9/21/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 546: Disappearance of epileptic
seizures on rat
hippocampal slices using laser irradiation

Y
uya Hirayama,
S
atoru

I
shizuka
, Z
imin

L
ev

G
rigorievich
,
M
ichiyasu

S
uzuki
, M
asami

Fujii,
T
akeshi Yamakawa

9/21/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP

702
: Focal Brain Cooling for the Treatment of
Epilepsy: Laboratory and Clinical Investigation

Hiroshi Fujioka, Masami Fuji, Hiroyasu Kozumi,

Sadahiro Nomura, Hirochika Imoto, Takao Inoue,

Takashi Saito, Takeshi Yamakawa, Michiyasu Suzuki

9/21/2010

16:00

0
:20

16:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP703
:
Effect of Focal Brain Cooling on Epileptiform
Discharges in Rat


25

Masami Fuji, Hiroshi Fujioka, Takayuki Oku, Nobuhiro
Tanaka, Hiroaki Imoto, Yuichi Maruta, Sadahiro Nomura,
Joji Uchiyama, Takashi Saito, Takeshi Yamakawa,
Michiyasu Suzuki


Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4 Human Health and Medical Science IV

Organizer: Syoji Kobashi, Japan

Chair : Hidetaka Arimura, Japan

9/21/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP103: In Vitro Evaluation of a New Heating
System of
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) System for
Children

Takayuki Nishigaki, Teruyuki Hayashi, Yuzo Takahashi, Kotaro
Yoshida, Yasumasa Hitomi, Yuko Mizuno
-
Matsumoto

9/21/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 184: Development of Integrated
DOI
-
PET/MRI System

Hiroshi Watabe, Seiichi Yamamoto, Masao Imaizumi,

Masaaki Aoki, Jun Hatazawa


9/21/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP522: Computational Simulation of Blood Flow Dynamics
Using an Anatomically Realistic Artery Model Constructed from
Medical Images

Yuji Shimogonya, Kazuhiro Itoh, Hiroshige Kumamaru

9/21/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP114: Prevention of Hemodialy
sis
-
Induced Hypotension by
Increasing the Venous Return

Yasumasa Hitomi, Nodoka Sato, Michiyo Hayashi,

Yumi Kinugawa, Takayuki Nishigaki, Yuko Mizuno
-
Matsumoto


Room3


Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2
Human Behavior Understanding II

Organizers & Chairs: Naoyuki Kubota &

Honghai Liu, Japan

9/21/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 560: Investigation of Changing Users's Conception on
Keyword Map

Tomoki Kajinami, Yasufumi Takama

9/21/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 577: Information

Support System Based on Sensor
Networks

Dlai Tang, Naoyuki Kubota


9/21/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 657: Classification of Visual Information by Structure
Based Similarity Analysis

Gancho Vachkov


9/21/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP130: A

Pattern Classification Method of Mathematical
Figures with Broken Lines

Noboru Takagi


Room4

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5 Evolutionary Computation V

Organizers & Chairs: Hisao Ishibuchi &


Yusuke Nojima, Japan

9/21/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 572: Evolutionary Privacy
-
Preserving Data Mining

Tzung
-
Pei Hong, Kuo
-
Tung Yang, Chun
-
Wei Lin,

Shyue
-
Liang Wang

9/21/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 478: Combination of Sx, Mutation and Constraints
Handling Strategy for Stress
Constrained Structural
Optimization

Cuimin Li, Yoshiko Hanada


9/21/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP 92: A GP
-
based Design method for Nonlinear Control
Systems Using Differential Flatness

Joe Imae, Yasuhiko Morita, Guisheng Zhai,

Tomoaki Kobayashi

9/21/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

TUE
-
PM
2

IFMIP217: Measurements of Features of Fitness Landscapes
on Competitive Co
-
Evolutionary Robotics

Yoshiaki Katada, Yuta Handa


Room5

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISSCI
-
6 Decision and Detection

Chairs :
Diego Andina, Spain
&
Sven Birkenfeld, Germany

9/21/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

TUE
-
PM
2

ISSCI0 26: An ontology
-
driven framework for supporting
complex decision process

Junyi Chai, James N.K. Liu


26

9/21/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

TUE
-
PM2

ISSCI510: Automatic detection

of reflexion hyperbolas in
gpr data with neural networks.

Sven Birkenfeld

9/21/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

TUE
-
PM2

ISSCI327: Territorial planning in a river basin with high
erosion level using multicriteria decision methods in
Cordoba province (Argentine).

J.

B. Grau
,

J. M. Antón, J.M., Cisneros, D. Andina,

A. Tarquis, J. D. De Prada, A. Degioanni, and A.,
Cantero

9/21/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

TUE
-
PM2

ISSCI166: Microcalcification detection applying
artificial neural networks and mathematical morphology
in
digital mammograms.

J. Quintanilla, M. Guadalupe Cortina
-
Januchs, B. Ojeda,
A. Jevtić, A. Vega
-
Corona, D. Andina,


Room6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA14
-

OS5
-
2: Field and Service Robot II

Co
-
Chairs: Motoji Yamamoto and Kazuo Ishii, Japan

9/21/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

TUE
-
PM2

#607: “Evolutionary optimization method of mobile robot
structure and control system”

Masanori Sato, Kazuo Ishii

9/21/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

TUE
-
PM2

#640:“MEMORY BASED ENVIRONMENT
RECOGNITION SYSTEM FOR MOBILE ROBOTS
WITH

OMNI
-
DIRECTIONAL IMAGES”

Kazuo Ishii, Atsushi kanda, Masanori Sato

9/21/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

TUE
-
PM2

#616: “Survey of Cooperative Algorithm in RoboCup
Middle Size League”

Yuichi Kitazumi, Kazuo Ishii

9/21/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

TUE
-
PM2

Open



Room7



Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
6
OS3: "Power
-
Assisted Robots and Human
-
Robot Interaction"

Chairs: Kazuo Kiguchi &

Noriyuki Kawarazaki, Japan

9/21/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

TUE
-
PM2

#526: “Task
-
Oriented Perception
-
Assist for an Upper
-
Limb Power
-
Assist Exoskeleton Robot”

Kazuo Kiguchi, Yasunori Kose, Yoshiaki Hayashi


9/21/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40

TUE
-
PM2


#119: “EVALUATION OF HEAD SIZE OF AN

INTERACTIVE ROBOT USING AN AUGMENTED

REALITY”


Yutaka Hiroi, Shuhei Hisano, Akinori Ito



9/21/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00

TUE
-
PM2

#156: “COMMUNICATION ROBOT SYSTEM BASED
ON THE HANDSHAKING ACTION”

Noriyuki Kawarazaki, Yuuki Kitajima, Kazuya
Kojima, Tadashi Yoshidime

9/21/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

TUE
-
PM2

#228: “Simulation Environment for the Development of
Serial Manipulator Robots and
Their Control (PyMani)”

Derek J. Lura, Steven C. Colbert, Rajiv V. Dubey, Amir A.
F. Nassiraei, Kazuo Kiguchi


Room
8

Competition 2010

IEEE Student Branch at University of Hyogo

Kobe International Conference Center #504, Kobe, Japan


Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
6 Bio
-
Inspired/Fuzzy Learning Techniques

Chair: Manuel Crisostomo, Portugal

9/21/2010

1500

0:20

1520

TUE
-
PM2

“ISIAC 227 A NOVEL DYNAMIC EDGE
DETECTION INSPIRED FROM MAMMALIAN
RETINA TOWARD BETTER ROBOT VISION”


Abdul Rahman Hafiz,Fady Alnajjar,Kazuyuki Murase

9/21/2010

1520

0:20

1540

TUE
-
PM2

“ISIAC 034 An Analysis of a Hybrid Evolutionary

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Algorithm by means if its Phylogenetic”


Antonio LaTorre, Santiago Muelas, José María Peña

9/21/2010

1540

0:20

1600

TUE
-
PM
2

“ISIAC 456 A NOVEL MULTICRITERIA GROUP
DECISION MAKING APPROACH WITH
INTUITIONISTIC FUZZY SIR METHOD”


Junyi Chai, James N.K. Liu

9/21/2010

1600

0:20

1620

TUE
-
PM
2

“ISIAC 053 Implementation of Fuzzy Logic Controller
for Parallel Hybrid Electric
Vehicle”


Maged Nashed and Said Wahsh



1700
-
1800

Gala Banquet

Tour Bird sanctuary and flower
gardens

of
Kobe
KachoenKobe, Japan





1800
-
1930


(Kobe Kachoen Garden and Sanctuary)

Chair:

Mo Jamshidi, USA


Kobe Kachoen

Delegates can take
bus trip at
1630 or go
by train on their own

1930
-
2030

Awards Presentations

and

WAC 2012


Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

National Chair: Edgar Sanchez, Mexico

2
0
3
0
-
2
13
0

Musical Show
:
Tamae

and
Takeshi Yamakawa

Kobe Kachoen


WAC 2010

WEDNESDAY September 22, 2010

GRID

Time

Event

Venue

0900
-
1000

Keynote WED
-
AM1 Lifetime Lecture

Artificial Metaplasticty MultiLayer Perceptrons

Professor Diego Andina

Technical University of Madrid, Spain

Chair:
Gordon Lee, USA

3F
-
301







1000
-
1100

Keynote WED
-
AM2 Lifetime Lecture

Important Environmental and Social Systems as

System
-
of
-
Systems (SoS)

Professor Yannis Phillis

Technical University of Crete, Greece


Chair:

Bernadetta Kwintiana Ane,

Germany

3F
-
301

1100
-
1200

Keynote WED
-
AM3

“Opportunities for Biomedical Research
Collaborations at

The University of Texas San Antonio”

Dr. Robert Gracy

The University Texas, San Antonio, USA

Presenter:
Mo Jamshidi
,

USA


Chair
:
Yutaka Hata
, Japan

3F
-
301

1200
-
1300

Lunch Break


Open

1300
-
1420



(WED
-
PM1)

NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS

See
Detailed tables

1420
-
1540



NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS

See Detailed tables


28

(WED
-
PM2)

1540
-
1600

BREAK


F and 5F (Conference
Center)

1600
-
1720



(WED
-
PM3)

7 PARALLEL SESSIONS

See Detailed tables


WEDNESDAY GENERAL
SESSIONS


Artificial Metaplasticty Multi
-
Layer Perceptrons

Diego Andina

Technical University of Madrid, Spain


Abstract
: Metaplasticity concept was defined in 1996 by W.C. Abraham and presently is a biological concept widely
known in the fields of biology, medical computer science, neuroscience, physiology, neurology and others. Inspired in it,
outstanding improvements hav
e been achieved in artificial neural networks design applied to pattern classification. The
proposed training algorithm is inspired by the biological metaplasticity property of neurons and Shannon's information
theory. The concept is applicable to Artifici
al Neural Networks in general, although in this case it is centered on Multilayer
Perceptrons (MLP). During the training phase, the Artificial Metaplasticity Multilayer Perceptron (AMMLP) algorithm
gives higher values for updating the weights in the less f
requent activations than in the more frequent ones. AMMLP
achieves a more efficient training, while improving MLP performance. Tested in standard, well known and easy available
Databases, its results are superior to the rest of algorithms, no matter what m
ultidisciplinary application used as case study.


About the Speaker:
Diego Andina

(
Prof. Dr.
-
Eng, IEEE Senior Member
), was born in Madrid, Spain, where he received
simultaneously two Master degrees, in Computer Science and in Electronics and Communication
s from the Technical
University of Madrid (UPM), Spain, in 1990. He obtained the Ph.D. degree in 1995 with a thesis on Artificial Neural
Networks applications in Signal Processing. He presently works at UPM where he heads the Group for Automation in
Signal

and Communications (GASC/UPM), a research group involved in Signal Processing and Computational Intelligence
Applications: Man
-
Machine Systems and Cybernetics. He is author or co
-
author of more than 200 national and international
publications, having bein
g director of more than 50 R&D projects financed by National and Local Governments, European
Commission or private Institutions and Firms. He is also Associate Editorial Member of several International Research
Journals and Transactions, and has participat
ed in the organization of more than 50 international Research, Innovation or
Technology Transfer events.



Important Environmental and Social Systems as System
-
of
-
Systems (SoS)

Yannis A. Phillis

Technical University of Crete, Greece



Abstract

The
sustainability of countries depends on a multitude of factors. Broadly speaking these factors can be grouped
into two major categories, the ecosystem (ECOS) and the human system (HUMS). ECOS depends on four subsystems: AIR,
WATER, LAND, and BIOD (biodivers
ity) and HUMS on another four: HEALTH (health system), WEALTH (economy),
KNOW (education), and POLIC (policies). Each of these eight subsystems depends in turn on such inputs as CO
2

emissions,
endangered species, children mortality etc. This is a multilay
ered setup of sustainability that can be viewed as a System
-
of
-
Systems.


To improve the sustainability of a country certain actions must be taken to lead the systems above to target regions. For
example CO
2

emissions should be such that average global temp
erature won’t exceed 2
o
C by 2100 or children mortality
should be as low as possible, say about that of the Scandinavian countries. To achieve such goals policies should be
designed that work adaptively, unlike optimal control where uncertainties and predic
tion are first resolved. A number of
scenarios is developed in the context of SoS that span all possible uncertainties to bring the system within the target regio
n.


Each system is modeled as a SoS at various levels and each level is in turn modeled accord
ing to existing knowledge.
Various adaptive policies are then designed that take into account missing intermediate targets. A host of strategies are
finally developed so that environmental and societal systems contribute to



About the Speaker:

Yannis A.
Phillis

received his diploma in electrical and mechanical engineering from the National
Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 1973 and the M.S., Engineer Degree, and Ph.D. degrees from the University of
California, Los Angeles, in control systems in 1
978, 1979, and 1980, respectively.



From 1980 to 1986, he was with Boston University, Boston, MA. Since 1986, he has been with the Department of
Production Engineering and Management, Technical University of Crete, Chania, Greece where he is professo
r and director
of the CAM Laboratory. In 1992 and between 2005 and 2008 he was visiting professor at UCLA’s Chemical Engineering
Department. Between September and October 2008, as Onassis Foundation Senior Visiting Fellow in the US, he lectured on

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environm
ental issues in four American Universities. His research interests are in stochastic control, discrete
-
event systems,
and applications in manufacturing networks and environmental systems.



Dr. Phillis is Editor of the
Journal of Intelligent and Robot
ic Systems
, Advisory Board Member for the
IEEE Systems
Journal
, Associate Editor for the International Journal of Engineering Management, Member of the Editorial Advisory
Board for the Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, and was on the Editor
ial Board of the
Encyclopedia of
Life Support Systems
,

and past Editor of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. He has also served as Trustee of the
Venizelos Research Institute and the Center of Mediterranean Architecture in Greece between 1999 and 2
005.


He is an AAAS Fellow and recipient of numerous honors among which Professor of the Year Award at Boston University in
1986, an award by the Academy of Athens for his environmental activities in 2007, Fellow of the Venizelos Research
Institute in Gree
ce, and recipient of awards by the Municipalities of Chania and Assini, Greece in 2005 and 2008
respectively for his service to society.


He was general chair of the Fifth International Conference on Advances in Communication and Control (1995) and the 3d

and 5
th

International Conference on Management of Technological Change (2003, 2005).



Dr. Phillis was rector of the Technical University of Crete for 10 years until 2005.
In 1994 founded and developed the 80
-
acre Park for the Preservation of Flora a
nd Fauna in Crete. The Park has a laboratory for the study and preservation of
endangered plant species, which is also actively involved in ethnobotanical issues. The Park is visited by thousands of
people every year.


He has published over 90 scientific p
apers and four technical books. He is an award winning writer in Greece and the US,
having published five poetry collections, three novels, and two environmental books. He is a Fellow of AAAS; a Senior
Member of IEEE; and Member of Sigma Xi; Poets and Writ
ers, USA; P.E.N. Club; and the European Art Center, Athens.



“Opportunities for Biomedical Research Collaborations at The University of Texas San Antonio”

Robert W. Gracy

The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA



Abstract
:
The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) is the second largest university in the UT System with 30,000
students and rapidly growing research programs in Health, Security, Energy and Sustainability. UTSA leads all emerging
research universities in Texa
s in the life sciences, has the world’s most powerful electron microscope. UTSA is closely
partnered with the UT Health Science Center in Neurosciences, Cancer, Aging, and Diabetes. Joint research programs with
the Military focus on Bioengineering, Milit
ary Medicine, and Regenerative Medicine. Partnerships with the Southwest
Research Institute include: Medicinal Chemistry, Energy, Cyber Security, Physics and Robotics. The Texas Biomedical
Research Institute, with a primate center and BioSafety Level 4 f
acilities, collaborates in Infectious Diseases and Vaccine
Development. The presentation will outline opportunities for collaborations with funding from the Texas Cancer Prevention
Research Program ($3 billion); Emerging Technology Fund ($300 million), th
e San Antonio Life Sciences Institute ($8
million) and others.

About the Speaker:
Robert W. Gracy

is the Vice President for Research at the University of Texas in San Antonio.Dr.
Gracy received his B.S. in Chemistry and Biological Sciences from Californ
ia Polytechnic University and his Ph.D. in
Biochemistry from the University of California. He was a Fellow of the Damon Runyon Cancer Foundation at the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine in New York City and a Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundat
ion of Germany. In
addition to his academic appointments as Professor of Biology and Chemistry, he has served as Chairman of Biochemistry
and Dean of Research. He has held Visiting Professor positions in Germany, China, Thailand and Puerto Rico. Dr. Gra
cy’s
research focuses on aging and chronic diseases resulting from oxidative damage. These include age
-
related damage to skin,
the cornea, lens and chronic neuropathies including Alzheimer’s disease.


He was the recipient of Research Career Development a
nd MERIT awards from the National Institutes of Health and
research awards from the American Chemical Society, World Affairs Council of Greater Fort Worth and the AOA
(Gutensohn
-
Denslow Award). He has published approximately two hundred research papers an
d book chapters and holds
several patents in biotechnology.


Dr. Gracy was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Texas Healthcare Information Council and on the Texas Council
on Science and Biotechnology Development. He serves as a consultant to the

pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries
and is on the scientific advisory board and board of directors of several such industries.


WEDNESDAY PARRALEL SESSIONS



WED
-
PM1
(1300
-
1420)


Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1 Health and Wellness Sensors I


30

Organizers & Chairs : Takayuki Fujita & Kazusuke Maenaka,
Japan

Sponsored by JST MAENAKA Human
-
Science Fusion Project

9/22/2010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP216: Concept of MEMS
-
RLG and Observation of a
Winking Phenomenon

Taichi Hashimoto, Kenichi Makimura, Junji Maeya,

Takayuki Fujita, Kazusuke Maenaka

9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP288: Development of Tactile Sensor Using Thin Film Made
of Poly
-
Urethane and its Characterization

Masato Suzuki, Shota Iwamoto, Tatsuya Ishimaru,

Takashi Touge, Seiji Aoyagi

9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP388: Fabrication of Atmospheric Pressure Sensors Using
Au
-
Au Bonding Techniques for Human Activity Monitoring

Xiuchun Hao, Yonggang Jiang, Shohei Shiono,

Takayuki Fujita, Kohei Higuchi, Kazusuke Maenaka

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP461: Hybrid Water for Multi
-
Layer Integration MEMS
Devices

Koji Sonoda, Shinya Tanaka, Takayuki Fujita, Kohei Higuchi,
K
azusuke Maenaka



Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5 Human Health and Medical Science V

Organizer: Syoji Kobashi, Japan

Chair : Shoji Hirano, Japan

9/22/2010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP 210: An Analysis Method of Endo Button Position
with
Registration in MDCT Images After Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Reconstruction

Yosuke Uozumi, Kouki Nagamune, Daisuke Araki, Seiji Kubo,
Ryosuke Kuroda, Masahiro Kurosaka

9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP183: Acid
-
base Balance Evaluation System
Based on Fuzzy
Inference

Yutaka Hatakeyama, Hiromi Kataoka, Noriaki Nakajima, Teruaki
Watabe, Yoshiyasu Okuhara

9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP330: Visualization of the Correlation and Propagation of
Information Between EEG Electrodes

Tetsuya Asakawa, Takuto Hayashi, Eika Okamoto,

Yuko Mizuno
-
Matsumoto

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP393: Fuzzy
-
Based Segmentation of Brain Parenchymal
Regions with Alzheimer's Disease into Cerebral Cortex and White
Matter in 3.0
-
T Magnetic Reson
ance Images

Chiaki Tokunaga, Hidetaka Arimura, Takashi Yoshiura,

Yasuo Yamashita, Taiki Magome, Hiroshi Honda,

Fukai Toyofuku, Masafumi Ohki



Room3

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Embedded Systems for Media Processing I

Organizer &
Chair: Takao Onoye, Japan

9/22/2010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP168: Low Complexity Inter
-
Layer Motion
Estimation Algorithm for H.264/SVC

Takafumi Katayama


9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP 212: Video Coding Using Parameter Estimation in
the
Decoding Process

Gen Fujita


9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP473: Internet Booster: A Networked HW/SW
Complex System and its Application to HI
-
Performance
WEB Application

Hakaru Tamukoh, K. Hanai, R. Kurogi, S. Matsushita,

M. Watanabe, Y.
Kobayashi, M. Sekine

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP530: An FPGA Implementation of 200Mbps
CI/OFDM Modem for Satellite Communication Systems

Tomonori Izumi, Minoru Okada, Toshihiro Masaki


Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1 Support Systems for Handicapped
Persons

Organizer & Chair: Noboru Takagi, Japan

9/222010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP239: Mouse Cursor Control System Using
Electrooculogram Signals

Hiroki Tamura, Masaki Miyashita, Koichi Tanno, Yasushi
Fuse

9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP534: Kanji Writing Training with Haptic Interface

31

for the Visually Impaired

Yasuyuki Murai

9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP612: Iris Detection
Method Using Particle Filter and
Edge Directional Features

Masayuki Asano, Hironobu Takano, Kiyomi Nakamura

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

WED
-
PM1

IFMIP240: The Electric Wheelchair Control System Using
Surface
-
Electromygram of Facial Muscles

Hiroki Tamura,
Takao Manabe, Koichi Tanno, Yasushi
Fuse


Room5

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

Session
ISOMA
-
1 Production Planning and Control

Chair:
J. Schlattmann
, Germany

9/222010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1

“ISOMA
-
24
-
27
-
1
-
RV:
Recent Results In Coordinated
Inventory,
Admission and Quality Control of Single Part
Type Manufacturing Systems
.”


Stratos Ioannidis, Vassilis S. Koiukoglou, and Yannis A.
Phillis
, Greece.

9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

WED
-
PM1

“ISOMA
-
282
-
362
-
1
-
RV:
Material Requirement Planning
(MRP) to Increase
Tire Production



Rudy Aryanto, Haryadi Sarjono and Indah Widyasari
,
Indonesia.

9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

WED
-
PM1


"ISOMA
-
661
-
916
-
1
-
RV: Process Performance Evaluation
(Case study: Micro and Small Enterprises in Lampung
Province, Indonesia )"


Rakhma Oktavina

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

WED
-
PM1

Open


Room6

No session


Room7

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
7
Mobile Robots

Chair:

Seul Jung, S. Korea

9/22/2010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1


#59:“SELF
-
TUNING OF SAFETY
-
ASSISTANCE BRAKE
CONTROLLER OF WHEELED VEHICLES”

Hsien
-
Ping Chu, Bo
-
Rong Liang, Wei
-
Song Lin

9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40


WED
-
PM1


#71: “Optimal regenerative torque control to balance


regenerative energy and safety of electric vehicles”


Wei
-
Song Lin, Bo
-
Rong Liang

9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00


WED
-
PM1

#241: “A Trajectory Tracking Control of a Mobile Robot for
Vertical Walls”

Yoshio Katsuki, Motoji
Yamamoto, Takeshi Ikeda

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20


WED
-
PM1



#112: “Development of a Mobile Inverted Pendulum Robot
System as a Personal Transportation Vehicle with Two
Driving Modes :TransBOT”

Seul Jung, Hyung Jik Lee, Hyun Wook Kim




Room8

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISIAC
-
14 Network Traffic Control


Organizers: Leonard Barolli & Makoto Takizawa, Japan


Chair: Leonard Barolli, Japan


9/22/2010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1

“ISIAC 511 Stateful TMR for Transient Fault”


Katsuyoshi Matsumoto, Minoru Uehara, Hideki Mori

9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

WED
-
PM1

“ISIAC 472 Power Consumption Models for Transaction
-
based and Data Transmission
-
based Applications in
Distributed Systems”


Tomoya Enokido, Ailixier Aikebaier, and Makoto
Takizawa;

9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

WED
-
PM1

“ISIAC 493 Impact of Mobile Sink on the Performance of
WSNs Considering Routing Efficiency Metric”


Tao Yang, Gjergji Mino, Leonard Barolli, Fatos Xhafa,
Arjan Durresi

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

WED
-
PM1

“ISIAC 494: Trustworthy Communication among Peers in
Distributed Agreement Protocols”


Ailixier Aikebaier, Valbona Barolli, Tomoya Enokido, and

32

Makoto Takizawa


Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
7
Flappers & Flyi
ng Robots I


Flight and Aerodynamics

Organizers: Kei Senda, Japan, Jae
-
Hung Han, Korea, &
Hiroaki Nakanishi, Japan

Chair: Jae
-
Hung Han, S. Korea


9/22/2010

13:00

0:20

13:20

WED
-
PM1

ISIAC
286


Analysis of Flapping Flight of Butterfly based
on Experiments and Numerical Simulations



Senda, K., Obara, T., Hirai, N. Iima, M., and Yokoyama, N.

9/22/2010

13:20

0:20

13:40

WED
-
PM1

ISIAC
113


Ornithopter Flight Simulation: Trim
Condition
Search



Kim, J.
-
K., Lee, J.
-
S., Han, J.
-
H.

9/22/2010

13:40

0:20

14:00

WED
-
PM1

ISIAC 2
97


Nonlinear Passive Dynamic Stability of
Hovering Fruitfly, Drosophila Melanogaster



Gao, N. and Liu, H.

9/22/2010

14:00

0:20

14:20

WED
-
PM1

ISIAC
206


Development of a Biomimetic Swimmer



Ha, N.S., Goo, N.S.


WED
-
PM2
(1420
-
1540)


Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2 Health and Wellness Sensors II

Organizers & Chairs : Takayuki Fujita & Kazusuke
Maenaka, Japan

Sponsored by: JST MAENAKA
Human
-
Science Fusion Project

9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP101: Basic Study of a Student's Mental Workload for
Simulator Training Using Salivary Amylase Activity

Koji Murai, Nozomu Nishimura, Yuji Hayashi, Kei Kuramoto,
Kohei Higuchi, Tsunemasa Saiki, Takayuki Fujita,

Kazusuke Maenaka

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 486: A Design and Fabrication of MEMS Gyroscope Using
PZT Thin Films

Yuki Iga, Kensuke

Kanda, Takayuki Fujita, Kohei Higuchi,
Kazusuke Maenaka

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 613: Ghost Suppressive Ultrasonic Measurement with a
Sparse Phased Array by Using Multiple Frequencies

Kaoru Yamashita, K. Yoshikawa, K. Tomiama, M. Noda

9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP540: Neural Loop Circuit Memory and Planning Experiment
for Writing
-
in at Cerebral Cortex by Coded Pulse Sequence

Kazuki Nakamura, Takuya Kamimura, Kazuyo Yoneda, Tomomitsu
Miyoshi, Hajime Sawai, Yuko
Mizuno
-
Matsumoto, Yen
-
Wei Chen,
Shinichi Tamura


Room
2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1 Innovative Computing: Theories and
Applications

Organizer & Chair:
Teijiro Isokawa, Japan

9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP600: Group Dynamics of Robots without Sensing
Devices

Teturo Itami

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 608: On the Function Approximation in Restricted
Coulomb Energy Neural Network with Gaussian Radial Basis
Function

Noriaki Kouda

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 647: Analyses of Default Mode Network in the Brain
Based on Spiking Neuron Models

Teruya Yamanishi, Jian
-
Qin Liu, Haruhiko Nishimura

9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP518: Biometric Personal Identification

by Dynamics of
Sole Pressure at Walking

Takahiro Takeda, Kazuhiko Taniguchi, Kazunari Asari,

Kei Kuramoto, Syoji Kobashi, Yutaka Hata



Room3

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Embedded Syst
e
ms for Media Processing II

Organizers & Chairs:
Takao Onoye, Japan


33

9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 551: An FPGA Implementation of Real
-
Time
Retinex Video Image Enhancement

Hiroshi Tsutsui, Hideyuki Nakamura, Ryoji Hashimoto,
Hiroyuki Okuhata, Takao Onoye

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 589: Feasibility Study of Pedestrian Tracking from
a Moving Camera Using a System Model with Motion
Information

Takehiro Ishiguro, Ryusuke Miyamoto, Minoru Okada

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 258: A Study of Represent the Spatial
Intention for
a Retrospective Process of Place Memory Approach to
Visual Tagging Mechanism within Expertmedia

Guan
-
Ye Mivo Chen


9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP169: A Hardware
-
Friendly Object Detection
Algorithm Based on Variable
-
Block
-
Size
Directional
-
Edge Histograms

Takashi Miyoshi


Room4

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
GS
-
2 Human Sciences

Chair:
Hiroshi Nakajima, Japan

9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP471: Fundamental Study for Control of Living
Environment Using Biological Signal

Tatsuya Mori, Takeshi Abe, Yoshikazu Maekawa,

Yoko Akiyama, Fumihito Mishida, Kouichi Sutani,

Shigehiro Nishijima

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 504:
Study of Measurement of Water Content in
Human Body by Impedance Method

Kouhei Hisamori, Takeshi Abe, Yoko Akiyama,

Fumihito Mishima, Yoshikazu Maekawa, Shigehiro
Nishijima

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

IFMIP 587: Causality Acquisition from a Large Sample of
Vital Data for a Weight Change Prediction System

Moritz Marutschke, Naoki Tsuchiya, Hiroshi Nakajima,

Victor V. Kryssanov, Katsuari Kamei


9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2

IFMIP174: An
Automated Arrangement Inspection for
Yarn Dyed Fabric

Tomoya Notsu, Masakazu Morimoto, Kensaku Fujii



Room5

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISSCI
-
8

Control


Chairs : Manuel Crisóstomo, Portugal &


Diego Andina, Spain

9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

ISSCI075: GA
-
based digital redesign by balancing
magnitude and phase response with compensation of
computational and sampling delays.

Hwa
-
Lu Jhi, Chung
-
Shi Tseng, Bo
-
Sheng Wu

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



WED
-
PM2

ISSCI515: SVR control of the
sagittal balance of a
biped robot combining torso and ankle joints.

João Paulo Ferreira, Manuel Marques Crisóstomo,
António Paulo Coimbra

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

ISSCI186: A design method for two
-
degree
-
of
-
freedom
simple repetitive control
systems for multiple
-
input/multiple
-
output plants.

T. Sakanushi, K. Yamada, S. Matsuura, T. Hagiwara, Y.
Ando, I. Murakami.

9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2

ISSCI055: Fuzzy logic control of a fixed
-
wing
unmanned aerial vehicle

Jose F. Gomez and Mo
Jamshidi


Room 6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISOMA
-
3 Service

Industry

Chair:
M. Dachyar
, Indonesia

9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

“ISOMA
-
RS
-
0114:
Managing Time Services Port of
Merak Using Simulation


M. Dachyar, Yadrifil, Rondi Rohmandani

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



“ISOMA
-
RS
-
0116:
Innovation strategy and operational

34

WED
-
PM2

performance of the Company: Application Review of
Intellectual Capital Management in New Era of Manufacturing



Nasfiendry

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

Open

9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2

Open


Room7

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
8
O
S8: Intelligent Motion Control

Chair: Tsutomu Miki, Japan




9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

#586: “DYNAMICS SIMULATION ON OBJECT
HANDLING TASKS BY USING A
MYOELECTRIC
UPPER LIMB PROSTHESIS WITH BIMANUAL
COORDINATION”

Eiichi Inohira, Mitsutaka Harata

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



WED
-
PM2

#609: “A SIMPLE RULE BASED MULTI
-
AGENT
CONTROL ALGORITHM AND ITS
IMPLEMENTATION USING AUTONOMOUS MOBILE
ROBOTS”

Tsutomu
Miki, Masayoshi Nagao, Hideyuki Kobayashi,
Tetsuya Nakamura

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

#615: “HOLONOMIC OMNIDIRECTIONAL VEHICLE

WITH BALL WHEEL DRIVE MECHANISM”

Shuichi Ishida, Hiroyuki Miyamoto



9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2


#629: “High power joint mechanism imitating locust leg
structure”

Yuya Nishida, Takashi Sonoda, Kazuo Ishii

9/22/2010

15:40

0:20

16:00



WED
-
PM2


#602: “CONSTRUCTION OF A KINETIC MODEL
EMPLOYING COG JACOBIAN FOR AN AMPHIBIOUS
SNAKE
-
LIKE ROBOT”

Takayuki
Matsuo,Takashi Sonoda, Takeshi Yokoyama,
Daishi Ueno, Kazuo Ishii


Room8

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
15 Vehicle / Motor Control

Chair: Wei
-
Song Lin, Taiwan


9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

“ISIAC 059 Self
-
Tuning of Safety
-
Assistance Brake
Controller of Wheeled Vehicles”


Wei
-
Song Lin, Hsien
-
Ping Chu, Bo
-
Rong Liang

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00



WED
-
PM2

“ISIAC 083 Variable Angle Adjustable
-
High Speed Control
with PI for SRM”


Maged Nashed

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

“ISIAC 154
Discrete Time Block Control for a Double Fed
Induction Generator in presence of Short Circuits”


Riemann Ruiz Cruz, Edgar Sánchez Camperos, Alexander
Georgievich Loukianov

9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
PM2

“ISIAC 270 “Discrete
-
Time Sliding Mode Torque

Control of
an Induction Motor ”


Bernardino Castillo Toledo, Marcos Israel Galicia Cueva,
Alexander Georgievich Loukianov, Stefano Di Gennaro

Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
8
Flappers & Flying Robots II


Flappers & Flying Robots

Organizers: Kei Senda, Japan, Jae
-
Hung Han, Korea,
& Hiroaki Nakanishi, Japan

Chair: Kei Senda, Japan

9/22/2010

14:20

0:20

14:40

WED
-
PM2

ISIAC
555

Effects of Structural Flexibility of Wings in
Flapping Flight of Butterfly


Senda, K., Yokoyama, N., Obara,

T., and Yokoi, K.

9/22/2010

14:40

0:20

15:00


WED
-
PM2

ISIAC
251

Ornithopter Attitude Estimation: Ground Test


Lee, J.
-
S., Lee, D.
-
K., Han, J.
-
H.
; Korea

9/22/2010

15:00

0:20

15:20

WED
-
PM2

ISIAC
489


Environmental Adaptive Yaw Control for
Autonomous
Unmanned Helicopter and Bifurcation of
Maneuvering in Turning



Nakanishi, H., Kanata, S., and Sawaragi, T.
; Japan

9/22/2010

15:20

0:20

15:40



WED
-
ISIAC
117


System Modeling of a Small Flight Vehicle

35

PM2

Using Magnetic Suspension and Balance System



Lee, D.
-
K., Lee, J.
-
S., Han, J.
-
H., Kawamura, Y.
; Korea


WED
-
PM3
(1600
-
1720)


Room1

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS16
-
1
Emotional Computing and Applications

Organizer & Chair : Tsutomu Miki, Japan

9/22/2010

Start

Duration

End

Session

IFMIP
520
:
Automatic Music Composition Suitable for
Visual Media

Shino Iwashita

9/22/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

WED
-
PM3

IFMIP538: Interactive Genetic Algorithm for Font
Generation System

Kaori Yoshida


9/22/2010

16:20

0:20

16:40



WED
-
PM3

IFMIP552: The Decision Making

Method Based on
Emotional Judgment

Keiichi Horio, Atsushi Matsuda


9/22/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00


WED
-
PM3

IFMIP628: An Emotional Voice Generation and
Extraction System Using Soft Computing Technique

Yoshiki Sato, Tsutomu Miki


Room2

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Fuzzy, Learning, and Agent Systems for Data Mining

Organizer & Chair: Manabu Nii, Japan

9/22/2010

Start

Duration

End

Session

IFMIP554: Off
-
Line Learning of Soccer Formations from
Game Logs

Tomoharu Nakashima, Takesuke Uenishi, Yosuke Narimoto

9/22/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

WED
-
PM3

IFMIP495: Analysis of Nursing
-
Care Freestyle Japanese
Text Classification Using GA
-
Based Term Selection

Manabu Nii, Takafumi Yamaguchi, Yutaka Takahashi,

Reiko Saka
shita, Atsuko Uchinuno

9/22/2010

16:20

0:20

16:40



WED
-
PM3

IFMIP500: Development of a Fault Diagnosis System
Based on Fuzzified Neural Networks in Chemical
Processing Plants

Daisaku Kimura, Manabu Nii, Takafumi Yamaguchi,

Yutaka Takahashi, Takayuki Yumoto

9/22/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00


WED
-
PM3

IFMIP704
: A Study on the Determination of Pattern
Weights from Empirical Data

Tomoharu Nakashima, Yosuke Nakamura


Room3

No session


Room4

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


IFMIP
-
GS
-
3 Computer Intelligence

Chair:
Kei Kuramoto, Japan

9/22/2010



16:00

0:20

16:20

WED
-
PM3

IFMIP
705
: Mathematical Modeling for Infectious
Diseases

Srinath Kota, Mo Jamshidi, Robert Zajac, MD



9/22/2010


16:20

0:20

16:40



WED
-
PM3

IFMIP 31:
Web
-
based simulation of plasma drug
concentration: an educational tool for clinical
pharmacokinetics

Shahab Bohlooli, Mehdi Bohlooli, Massoud Mahmoudian,
Armita Banani, Sadollah Mohammadi



9/22/2010




16:40

0:20

17:00


WED
-
PM3

IFMIP 35: Using SIMCA
Statistical Software Package to
Apply Orthogonal Projections to Latent Structures Modeling

Homayoun Sadeghi
-
Bazargani, Armita Banani,

Sadollah Mohammadi

9/22/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20


WED
-
PM3

IFMIP037: Optimal Evaluation of Emergency Plans Based
on Extension Theory Comprehensive Assessment

Kang
-
Ning Zheng, Xiang
-
Yang Li


Room5

No session



36

Room6

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISOMA
-
2 Optimization and Supply Chain Management

Chair:
Pablo G.
Bringas
, Spain

and Ann Wang, China

9/22/2010



16:00

0:20

16:20

WED
-
PM3

“ISOMA
-
405
-
515
-
1
-
RV:
Tools and Techniques For
Determination of Optimization Parameters of Parallel
Manipulators


J. Schlattmann, M. Tesfay Tesfu


9/22/2010


16:20

0:20

16:40



WED
-
PM3

“ISOMA
-
287
-
370
-
1
-
RV:
Storage and Retrieval Machine
Travel Route Planning Strategy
i
n
a
n Automated Material
Handling Environment



Bo Xing, Wen
-
Jing Gao, Fulufhelo V. Nelwamondo,
Kimberly Battle, and Tshilidzi Marwala


9/22/2010


16:40

0:20

17:00


WED
-
PM3

“ISOMA
-
283
-
364
-
1
-
RV:
Applying Supply Chain Management to
Improve Excellence Competitiveness at Car Dealer


Rudy Aryanto and Haryadi Sarjono

9/22/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20


WED
-
PM3


“ISOMA
-
SS
-
0110:
Analysis of Make
-
to
-
Stock Based
Supply Chain
Flexibility



Rachmad Hidayat and Yudha Herlambang


Room7

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session


ISORA
-
15
OS2: Medical Robots

Chair:

Kazuo Kiguchi and Yoshiaki Hayashi, Japan




9/22/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

WED
-
PM3


#581: “DEFORMATION ANALYSIS FOR A


ENDOSCOPE BY WIRES RESTRICTION”


Yoshiaki Hayashi, Kazuo Kiguchi

9/22/2010

16:20

0:20


16:40



WED
-
PM3

#
289: “TWO
-
DOF NON
-
METAL MANIPULATOR
WITH PNEUMATIC STEPPING ACTUATORS FOR
NEEDLE PUNCTURING INSIDE
OPEN
-
TYPE MRI”

Hiroyuki Sajima, Ikuma Sato, Hiromasa Yamashita,
Takeyoshi Dohi, Ken Masamune



9/22/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00


WED
-
PM3


#90: “Development of Patch
-
Stabilizer With Stabilizing
Force Control For Minimally Invasive Fetal Surgery”

Bo
Zhang, Y. Kobayashi, T. Chiba, M. G. Fujie

9/22/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

WED
-
PM3

Open


Room8

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
16 Software Development

Chair: Mark Johnson, USA

9/22/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

WED
-
PM3

“ISIAC 072 WatchCop


A Hardware/Software

Co
-
Design
Approach for Safe Software Execution”


Christian Ristig, René Fritzsche, Christian Siemers

9/22/2010

16:20

0:20

16:40



WED
-
PM3

“ISIAC 296 Scheduling of Time
-
Enhanced C (TEC)”


Rene Fritzsche, Christian Siemers

9/22/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00



WED
-
PM3

A MODEL DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK
FOR THE DESIGN OF ONTOLOGY
-
BASED CONTEXT
-
AWARE COMPUTING ENVIRONMENTS

HOSSEIN RAHNAMA AND ALIREZA SADEGHIAN

9/22/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20


WED
-
PM3

O
pen


Room9

Date

Start

Duration

End

Session

ISIAC
-
9
Flappers &
Flying Robots I
I
I


Mechanisms of Flapping Wings

Organizers: Kei Senda, Japan, Jae
-
Hung Han, Korea,
& Hiroaki Nakanishi, Japan

Chair: Hiroaki Nakanishi, Japan

9/22/2010

16:00

0:20

16:20

WED
-
PM3

ISIAC
235


Recent Progress in Development of a
Beetle
-
Mimicking Flapping
-
Wing System



Nguyen, Q.V., Park,H.C., Byun, D., Goo, N.S.

9/22/2010

16:20

0:20

16:40

WED
-
PM3

ISIAC
336


Development of A Lead
-
Lag Mechanism
Using
Simple Flexible Links for a Small Butterfly
-
Style Flapping
Robot”


Fujikawa, T.,
Sato, Y., Yamashita, T., and Kikuchi, K.


9/22/2010

16:40

0:20

17:00

WED
-
PM3

ISIAC
652


Wing and Gliding Dynamics of a Flapping
Winged Ornithopter
.”


Parker, G. and Borbone, J.

9/22/2010

17:00

0:20

17:20

WED
-
PM3

Open


37



38

Author

Index


Session #: IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1, OC


Opening Ceremony,
Monday keynote 1
-

Mon
-
1


A


Abdul Rahman, A.A.M
., ISSCI
-
5


Abe, S

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Abe, T
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Abu Bakar, S
., ISORA
-
1

Agamalov, O
., ISIAC
-
1
1


Aguirre, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Aikebaier, A
. ,
ISIAC
-
14

Akashi, T
., IFMIP GS
-
1

Akashi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Akira Notsu, A
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1

Akiyama, Y
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Akiyama, Y
., ISSCI
-
5

Alanis, A. Y
., ISIAC
-
12

Alanis, A., ISIAC
-
11

Allen, M
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Allen, M
., ISIAC
-
5


Alnajjar, F
., ISORA
-
3

Alnajjar, F
., ISORA
-
5


Alpert, D
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Anai, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Andina, D, ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
2

Andina, D. Wed
-
AM1 Keynote

Andina, D
., ISSCI
-
8

Andina, D
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Andina, D., ISSCI
-
5

Andina, D.,
ISSCI
-
6


Andina, D.,
ISSCI
-
8


Ando, Y
., ISSCI3
-
SS0
2

Ando, Y
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Aoki, S
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1

Aou, S
.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Aoyagi,S
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1




Aoyama, S
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Arai,T
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Araki, D
.,

IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Kubo, S
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Araki, D
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Araki, D
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Araki, S.,

ISORA
-
09

Arima, M.,

ISORA
-
09

Arimura, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Arimura, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Arimura, H., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Arimura, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Arroyo, D
.,
ISIAC
-
5


Aryanto,
R
., ISORA
-
3

Asakawa, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Asakawa,T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Asano, M
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Asari, K
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Asari,K
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1


B


Baiqing, S
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Balazs, K
., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2

Balligi, A., ISSCI
-
5

Banani, A
.,
IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Barolli, L. , ISIAC
-
14

Barolli, V
., ISIAC
-
14

Barroso, J
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Batty,W.,

ISORA
-
09

Binti Musa, Z
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Birkenfeld, S.,
ISSCI
-
6


Bohlooli, S
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Borbone, J
., ISIAC
-
9

Botzheim, J
., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2


Bringas, P.,

ISOMA
-
ISSC
I
-
1


C


Capi, G
., ISORA
-
5


Chai, J
., ISIAC
-
6

Chai, J
.,
ISSCI
-
6


Chami, A
., ISORA
-
3

Chan, Y. K
., IFMIP GS
-
1

Chen, G
-
Y M
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Chen, J.
-
L
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Chen, M.

., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Chen, M
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Chen, Y.
-
P
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Chen, Y
-
W
.,

IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Chiang, M
-
C
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Chiba, T
., ISORA
-
15

Chu, H
-
P
., ISIAC
-
15

Chu, H
-
P
., ISORA
-
7

Chu, Y
-
Y
., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Chua, T.
-
K
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Coimbra, A
., ISIAC
-
10

Colbert, S
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Cortes,

P

, ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
2

Cortes
, P., ISOMA
-
2

Cox, D
., ISORA
-
5


Crisóstomo, M
., ISIAC
-
10

Crisostomo, M., ISIAC
-
6

Crisóstomo, M.,
ISSCI
-
8


Cruz, R
., ISIAC
-
15

Cui, J., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1


D


Dachyar,
M
.,ISOMA
-
3

Daisuke, H
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Dascalu, S
., ISIAC
-
10

Dascalu, S
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2

Debnath, N
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2

Delgado, V
., ISIAC
-
12

Di Gennaro, L
.S., ISIAC
-
15

Dirmaier, K
., ISIAC
-
5


Djurovi´c, Z
., ISIAC
-
1

Dohi, T
., ISORA
-
15

Domingo, M
.

R
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Dubey, R
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3


E


Edamura, K
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Eguchi, M
., ISIAC
-
3

Emaru, T
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Enjoji, T
., ISIAC
-
2

Enokido, T
., ISIAC
-
14

Entani, T
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Escudero, A
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


F



Faizal, A
., ISORA
-
1

Fang, M
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Faria, J
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Fei, C
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Feng, L
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Fernades, H., ISIAC
-
10

Fernandes, H
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Fernandes, H.R.M
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Fritzinger, E
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2

Fritzsche, R
., ISIAC
-
16

Frusawa, H
., ISIAC
-
3

Fujie, M. G.
, ISORA
-
15

Fujii, K
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Fujii, M
.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1

F
ujii, M
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Fujikawa, T
., ISIAC
-
9

Fujimoto, S
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Fujita, G
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Fujita, T., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Fujita, T., I
FMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Fujita, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Fujita, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Fujita, T
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Fujita,T
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Fujiwara, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Fukuda,T
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Fukuda,T., Tue
-

AM1 Keynote

Fukukawa, T
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Fukumi, M
., IFMIP GS
-
1

Fukumi, M
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Fung, C
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Furuhashi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3


Fuse, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1


G


Gao, C
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Gao, N
., ISIAC
-
7

Gao, P
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Gao, W.
-
J
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Gao,
W
-
J
., ISOMA
-
2


Goo, N. S
., ISIAC
-
9

Goo, N.S
., ISIAC
-
7

Gracy, R., Wed
-
AM3 Keynote

Guadix, J
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Gurko, A
., ISSCI3
-
SS02


H


Ha, N.S
., ISIAC
-
7

Hafiz, A. R
., ISIAC
-
6

Hafiz, A. R
., ISORA
-
3

Hafiz, A
., ISORA
-
5


Hagiwara
, I
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Hagiwara, T
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Hagiwara, T
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Han, J.
-
H
., ISIAC
-
8

Han, J
-
H., ISIAC
-
7

Hanada, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5


Hanai, K
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Handa, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Handa, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Hao, X
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Harata, M
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Harneit, S., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Harris, F
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2

Hashimoto, R
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Hashimoto, T
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Hata, Y, OC

Hata, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Hata, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Hata, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Hata, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Hata, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Hata, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Hata, Y., Tue
-
AM2 Keynote

Hata, Y.,
Wed
-
AM3 Keynote

Hata,Y
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Hatakeyama,Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Hatazawa, J
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Hayashi, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Hayashi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3


39

Hayashi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Hayashi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Hayashi, Y.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Hayashi, Y.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Hayashi, Y
., ISORA
-
15

Hayashi,T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Hernández,W., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Herrero, P
., ISIAC
-
5


Hessami, A. G., ISIAC
-
1

Higashida, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Higuchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Higuchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Higuchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Hirai, N
.,
ISIAC
-
7

Hirai, Y.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Hirai,S
., ISORA
-
12
OS6

Hirakaba, K
., ISORA
-
3

Hirano, S., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Hirano, S
., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2

Hirano, S
., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2

Hirata, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1


Hirayama
, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Hiroaki Nakanishi, H
., ISIAC
-
10


Hiroi, Y
.,
ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Hiroyasu, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Hiroyasu, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Hisamori, K
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Hisano, S
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Hitomi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Hitomi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Ho, K
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Honda, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Honda, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Honda, H
.,
IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Toyofuku, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Honda, K
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1

Honda, K
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Honda, K
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Honda, M
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Hong, T
-
P
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Horio, K.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Horio, K
., IFMIP
-
SS16
-
1

Horváth, L.,
ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1


Hoshino, Y
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Hubley, A
., ISIAC
-
5



I


Ichihashi, H
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1



Ide, T

Chair:

Koichi

Iga, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Iima, M
., ISIAC
-
7

Ikeda, I
., ISIAC
-
3

Ikeda, T
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Ikeda, T
., ISORA
-
7

Ikeura, R
., ISORA
-
1

Ikoma, N., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Ikoma, N., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Ili´, N
., ISIAC
-
1

Imae, J
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5


Imagawa, K
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Imai, J
-
I
., ISORA
-
12
OS6

Imaizumi
, M., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Imamura, F
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Imasato, H., ISIAC
-
2

Imasato, H
., ISIAC
-
3

Imawaki, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Imawaki,

S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Imawaki, S
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Imoto, H
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Inagawa, N.,

ISORA
-
09

Inohira, E
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Inokuchi, S.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Ioannidis,
S
., ISORA
-
3

Ishibuchi, H., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Ishibuchi, H., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Ishibuchi, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Ishibuchi, H., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Ishibuchi, H., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Ishibuchi,I., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Ishida, M
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Ishigame, A
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Ishiguro,K
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Ishii, I., ISORA
-
12

Ishii, K.,

ISORA
-
0
9

Ishii, K
., ISORA
-
12
OS6

Ishii, K
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Ishii, K
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Ishii, K
.,
ISORA14
-
OS5
-
2

Ishii, K
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Ishii,K.,

ISORA
-
09

Ishikura, A.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Ishimaru, T
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Ishizuka, S
.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Isokawa, T
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Itami,T
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Itano, W
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1


Ito,A
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Ito,N
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Itoh, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Iwakiri, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Iwamoto, S
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Iwashita, S
., IFMIP
-
SS16
-
1


G


Grau, J. B
.,
ISSCI
-
6



J


Jamshidi, M
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Jamshidi, M
., ISIAC
-
11

Jamshidi, M
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Jamshidi, M
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Jamshidi, M., OC
,
Wed
-
AM3 Keynote

Jamshidi, M., Tue
-
AM3 Keynote, Gala

Jamshidi, M., Wed
-
AM3 Keynote

Jeatrakul, P
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Jevtić, A., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Jevtić, A., ISSCI
-
6

Jhi, H
-
L
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Jiang, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Jiangtao Cao, J
., ISORA
-
1

Johnson, M
., ISIAC
-
11

Johnson, M., ISIAC
-
16

Johnson, M
.,
ISIAC
-
4


Joon
-
wan Kim, J
-
W

Chair:

Koichi

Jung, S
., ISORA
-
7

Jung, S
., ISORA
-
7


K


Kadir, B
., ISORA
-
3

Kagawa,T
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Kajinami, T
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2

Kamei, K
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2


Kamimura, T
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Kanata, S.

., ISIAC
-
10

Kanata, S
., ISIAC
-
8

Kanda, A
.,
ISORA14
-
OS5
-
2

Kanda, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Kanda, T
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Kaneko, M
., ISORA
-
12
OS6


Kaneko, S
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Kang,Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Kanzaki, N
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Katada, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Katagami, D
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Kataoka, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Kataoka, Y
., ISORA
-
12
OS6

Katayama, T
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Katsuki, Y
., ISORA
-
7

Kawabe,Y
., ISORA
-
3

Kawaguchi, S
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Kawakami, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Kawakami,N
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Kawamoto, K., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Kawamoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2


Kawamura, Y
., ISIAC
-
8

Kawarazaki, N
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Kawashima, K
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Kayano, J.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1


Kazuya Kojima, K
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Kei
Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Keigo Watanabe, K
., ISORA
-
2


Khoury, M
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Kiguchi, K
., ISORA
-
15

Kiguchi, K
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Kiguchi, K., Tue
-
AM1 Keynote

Kikuchi, K
., ISIAC
-
9

Kim, H.
-
S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Kim, H
-
W
., ISORA
-
7

Kim, I
.,IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Kim,
Y
-
M
., ISORA
-
1

Kimberly Battle, K
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Kimura, D
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Kimura, D
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Kinugawa, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Kishima,Y
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Kitamura, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Kitazumi, Y
.,
ISORA14
-
OS5
-
2

Kobashi, S
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Kobashi, S., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Kobashi, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Kobashi, S., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Kobashi, S., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Kobashi, S., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Kobashi, S., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Kobashi, S
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Kobashi, S
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Kobashi, S., OC

Kobayashi, H
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Kobayashi, H
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Kobayashi, I
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Kobayashi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Kobayashi, Y
., ISORA
-
15

Kobayashi, Y
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Kobayashi,Y
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Koike, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Koiukoglou,
V
., ISORA
-
3

Koji Murai, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Kok Wai
Wong, K
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Koreeda, H
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1


Kota, S
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Kouda,N
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Kubo, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Kubo, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Kubota, N., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Kubota, N., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2

Kubota, N
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Kubota, N
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Kubota
, N
., ISORA
-
1

Kubota, Y
., IFMIP GS
-
1

Kudo, M
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Kumamaru, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Kunihiro Yamada, K
., ISORA
-
1

Kuramatsu, T
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Kitamura,Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1


40

Kuramoto, K
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Kuramoto, K.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Higuchi, K.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Kuramoto, K.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Higuchi, K.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Higuchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Kurashige, K
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Kuroda, R
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Kuroda, R
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Kuroda, R
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Kurogi, R
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Kurogi, S
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Kurosaka, M
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Kurosaka, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Kurosaka, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Kurozumi, Y
.
, IFMIP GS
-
1

Kurozumi,Y
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Kwintiana Ane
, B
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Kwintiana Ane, B., Wed
-
AM2 Keynote

Kwon, D
., ISORA
-
1


L


LaTorre, A
., ISIAC
-
6

Lee, D.
-
K
., ISIAC
-
8

Lee, D.
-
K
., ISIAC
-
8

Lee, G., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2


Lee, G., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Lee, G.,
Wed
-
AM1 Keynote

Lee, H J
., ISIAC
-
3

Lee, H
-
J
., ISORA
-
7

Lee, J.
-
S
., ISIAC
-
8

Lee, J.
-
S
., ISIAC
-
8


Lee, K.C
., IFMIP GS
-
1

Li, C
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Li, X
-
Y
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Liang, B
-
R
., ISIAC
-
15

Liang, B
-
R
., ISORA
-
7

Lin, C
-
W
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Lin, L
-
C
., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2


Lin, W
-
S., ISIAC
-
15

Lin, W
-
S
., ISORA
-
7

Liu, H., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Liu, H., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2

Liu, J. N. K
., ISIAC
-
6

Liu, J. N. K
., ISSCI
-
6

Liu, J
-
Q
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Lopes ,H
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Loukianov, A
., ISORA
-
2


Lu, F
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Lura, D
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3


M


Maekawa, Y
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Maekawa, Y
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Maenaka, K., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Maenaka, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Maenaka, K., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Maenaka, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Maenaka, K.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Maenaka, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Maeya, J
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Magome, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Magome, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Makimura, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Manabe,T
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Manuel, F
., ISIAC
-
10

Maruta, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Marutschke, M
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Masaaki Aoki, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Masamune, K
., ISORA
-
15

Matins, P
.,
ISIAC
-
4

Matsuda,

A
., IFMIP
-
SS16
-
1

Matsue, Y
., ISSCI
-
5

Matsumaru, K
., ISIAC
-
3

Matsumoto, K
. , ISIAC
-
14

Matsumoto, S
., ISORA
-
3

Matsumoto, T
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Matsumoto, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2


Matsumura, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Matsuo,T
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Matsushita, S
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Matsuura, S
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Matsuura, S
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Matsuzaki, T.,

ISORA
-
09

Matue, T
., ISIAC
-
3

Michiyasu, S
.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1

Miki, M
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Miki, T., IFMIP
-
SS16
-
1

Miki,
T
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Miki, T
., ISORA
-
8
OS8


Miki, T
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Minato, R
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3


Minoru Okada, M
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Mishida, F
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Mishima, M
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Mitobe, K
., ISORA
-
5


Mitobe, K
., ISORA
-
5


Mitsunori, M
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Miyamoto, R
.,

IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Miyaoka, T
., ISORA
-
3


Miyashita, M
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Miyata, S., ISIAC
-
2

Miyoshi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Miyoshi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Mizobuchi, T
., ISORA
-
2


Mizumachi, M
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2


Mizuno
-
Matsumoto, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Mizuno
-
Matsumoto, E
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Mizuno
-
Matsumoto, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Mizuno
-
Matsumoto, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Mizuno
-
Matsumoto, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Mizutani, F
., ISIAC
-
3

Mohamed, R
.,IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Mohammadi, S
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Mohri, I
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Monji, A
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Mori, H
. , ISIAC
-
14

Morimoto, M
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Morimoto, M., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Morimoto, M., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Morita, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Muelas, S
., ISIAC
-
6

Munuzurri, J
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Murai, K.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Murai, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Murakami, I
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Murakami, I
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Murakami,T
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Muramatsu, D
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Murase, K
., ISIAC
-
6

Murase, K
., ISORA
-
3


Murase, K
., ISORA
-
5



N


Naemura, K
., ISORA
-
3

Nagahara, D
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Nagamune, K
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Nagamune, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Nagamune, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Nagao, M
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Nagase, J
-
Y
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Nagata,F
., ISORA
-
2


Nagothu, K. M
., ISIAC
-
11

Nahavandi, S., Mon
-
1 Keynote

Nakajima, H
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2


Nakajima, K
., ISORA
-
3

Nakajima, N
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Nakajima, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Nakajima,H
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Nakamura, H
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Nakamura, K
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Nakamura, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Nakamura, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Nakamura, R
., ISORA
-
15

Nakamura, T.,

ISORA
-
09

Nakamura, T
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Nakamura, Y
.,
IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Nakamura, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Nakanishi, H
., ISIAC
-
8

Nakanishi, H., ISIAC
-
9

Nakao, R
., ISIAC
-
2

Nakao, M
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Nakashima, T
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Narayanan, A
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Narciso, F
., ISIAC
-
12

Narimoto, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Naritsugu,T
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Nashed, M
., ISIAC
-
6

Nashed, M
., ISIAC
-
15

Nassiraei, A. A. F
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Nassiraei, A. A
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Nassiraei, A.,

ISORA
-
09

Nelwamondo, F
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Nguyen, Q.V
., ISIAC
-
9

Nicolescu, M
., ISIAC
-
10

Nicolescu, M
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2



Nieves,
J
, ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
2

Nii, M., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Nii, M
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Nii
, M.,IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Nishida, T
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Nishida, Y
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Nishigaki, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Nishijima, S
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Nishijima, S
., ISSCI
-
5

Nishikawa, H
., ISIAC
-
2

Nishikawa, I
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Nishimura, H
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Nishimura, N
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Nishioka, Y
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Nishiyama, T
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Nitta, K
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Nojima, Y., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Nojima, Y., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Nojima, Y., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Nojima, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Nojima,Y., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Nolan, A. G
., ISIAC
-
11

Nolan, E
., ISIAC
-
11

Nomoto, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Nomura, S
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Nomura, Y
., ISORA
-
1

Norikazu Ikoma


Notsu, A
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1



Notsu,T
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Noumi,M
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1


O


Obara
, T
., ISIAC
-
7

Obara, T., ISIAC
-
8

Obo, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Oh, C
-
H
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1

Ohba,K
., ISORA
-
3

Ohe, S
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Ohka, M
., ISORA
-
2


Ohka, M
., ISORA
-
3

Ohka, M
., ISORA
-
3

Ohki, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Ohki, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Ohki, M.
, IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5


41

Ohkura, K
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Ohmi, T., Mon
-
2 Keynote

Ohnishi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Ohno, H

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Ohya, N
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Oie, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1


Okabe, M
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Okada, M
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Okamoto, E
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Okamoto, E
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Ok
amoto, E
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Okamoto, S
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2

Okano, T
., ISORA
-
3

Okazaki, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Okazaki, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Oktavina
, R
.,ISOMA
-
1

Oku, T
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Okuhara, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Okuhata, H
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Ong, Y
-
S
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Onieva, L
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1




Onoda, T
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Onoye, T.,
IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Onoye, T., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Onoye, T
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Ornelas
-
Tellez, F
., ISORA
-
2


Ossowski, S
., ISIAC
-
5


Otake, S
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3


P


Packianather
, M, ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
2

Packianather, M
.

S
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Pan, Z
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Park, H.C.

., ISIAC
-
9

Parker, G
., ISIAC
-
5


Parker, G
., ISIAC
-
9

Parker, G., OC

Parker, G., OC, Mon
-
1 Keynote


Paulo, J
., ISIAC
-
10

Peña, J. M
., ISIAC
-
6

Pheanis, D
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Phillips, P
., ISIAC
-
11

Phillis
, Y
., ISORA
-
3

Phillis, Y., Wed
-
AM2 Keynote


R


Rabiah, A.K
., ISSCI
-
8

Rahnama, H., ISIAC
-
16

Rajaei, N
., ISORA
-
3

Ramírez, F
.

J
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Ramon
-
Azcon, J
., ISIAC
-
3

Reed, S
. B., ISORA
-
5


Reed, S. B
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2

Reed, S
., ISIAC
-
10

Reed, T. R.
C
., ISORA
-
5


Reed, T. R. C
., ISSCI2
-
SS01
-
2

Reed, T. R
., ISIAC
-
10

Rios
-
Bolivar, A
., ISIAC
-
12

Ristig, C
., ISIAC
-
16

Ritchie, A, Mon
-
Noon


Roller
, D
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1

Rudas, I
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1


S


Sadeghian, A., ISIAC
-
16

Saga, N
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Saiki, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Saiki, T.
, IFMIP
-
SS18
-
1

Saito, T
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Sajima, H
., ISORA
-
15

Sakakibara, K
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Sakamoto, R
., ISORA
-
1

Sakanushi, T
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Sakashita, R
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Sallis, P
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Sanada, A
., ISORA
-
12
OS6

Sanchez, E. N
., ISIAC
-
12

Sanchez,
E., Gala

Sánchez, E
., ISIAC
-
15

Sanchez, E.N
., ISORA
-
2


Sánchez, L. P
., ISIAC
-
5


Sarjono
, H
., ISORA
-
3

Sasaki, H
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
2

Sasaki, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Sato, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Sato, I
., ISORA
-
15

Sato, M
.,
ISORA14
-
OS5
-
2

Sato, N
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Sato, Y
.,

IFMIP
-
SS16
-
1

Sato, Y
., ISIAC
-
9

Satoh, M
., ISORA
-
5


Sawai, H
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Sawaragi, T
., ISIAC
-
10

Sawaragi,T
., ISIAC
-
8

Sawayama, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Sawayama, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Schlattmann,
J
., ISOMA
-
2


Sebastián, M A
.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1


Sekine, M
.,
IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Senda, K
., ISIAC
-
7

Senda, K., ISIAC
-
8

Sergiyenko, O
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Shahgoshtasbi, D
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Shanmuganathan, S
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Shibanuma, N
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Shibanuma, N
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Shigenaga, N

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Shimizu,T
.,
ISORA
-
3

Shimogonya, Y., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Shimogonya, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Shimono, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Shimonomura, K
., ISORA
-
12
OS6

Shine, Y
. , ISIAC
-
2

Shinkai S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Shiono, S
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Shioyama, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Magome, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Shirato, S
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Siemers, C
., ISIAC
-
16

Simizu, K
., ISORA
-
1

Sivaramakrishna, C
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Song, W
.,IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Sonoda, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Sonoda, Kazuo Ishii

Sonoda, T
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Stankovi´c, M
., ISIAC
-
1

Stankovic, S. S
., ISIAC
-
1

Stefan Richter, H
., ISIAC
-
10

Sugimoto, Y., ISIAC
-
2

Sugiura, T
., ISORA
-
1

Susuki, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Sutani, K
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Suto, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Suzuki, M
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Suzuki, M.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Suzuki, M
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Suzuki,S
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Suzumori, K
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Suzumori, K
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2


T



Tachibana, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Tada, T
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Tadano, K
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Tai, Y
-
L
.,IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Takada, K

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Takagi, N
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2

Takagi, N., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Takahashi, M
.,
ISORA
-
3

Takahashi, S
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Takahashi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Takahashi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Takahashi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Takaiwa, N
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Takaki, T., ISORA
-
12

Takama, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2

Takama, Y., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1

Takama, Y., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Takano,
H
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Takano, R

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Takasuka, N
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Takata, S

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Takauji, H
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Takeda, T
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Takemura, Y.,
ISORA
-
09

Takemura,Y
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Takizawa, M
. , ISIAC
-
14

Takizawa, M
. , ISIAC
-
14

Tamukoh, H
.,
IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Tamura, H
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Tamura, S
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Tan,A
-
H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Tanaka, K
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Tanaka, M
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Tanaka, N
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Tanaka, S
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Tanaka, T
., ISORA
-
4
OS4

Tanaka, Y
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Tang, C
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Tang, D
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2



Tang, P
., ISSCI
-
SS01
-
1

Taniguchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Taniguchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Taniguchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Taniguchi, N
., ISIAC
-
3

Taniguchi,K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2


Taniike, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Taniike, M
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
2

Tanno, K
., IFMIP
-
SS04
-
1

Tao Jin, T
., ISORA
-
3

Tatsuya Mori, T
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Tesfu
, M. T
., ISOMA
-
2

Tochikubo, F
., ISIAC
-
2

Tokiwa, T.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Tokunaga, C
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Tokunaga, C
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Tokuyasu, T
., ISORA
-
3

Tomaru, A
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Tomatsu, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Tomiama, M
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Tomonori Izumi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Toshihiro Masaki, T
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Touge, T
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
1

Toyofuku, F
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Toyofuku,F
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Tsai, C.
-
W
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Tseng,
C
-
S
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Tseng, S.
-
P
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Tsuchiya, J
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Tsuchiya, N
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
2

Tsuda, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Tsukamoto, N
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Tsumori, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Tsumori, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Tsunemasa Saiki, T
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Tsutsui, H
.,
IFMIP
-
SS14
-
2

Tyrsa, V
., ISSCI3
-
SS02


U




42

Uchida, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Uchida, S
., ISIAC
-
2

Uchinuno, A
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Uchiyama, J
., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Uehara, M
. , ISIAC
-
14

Uenishi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1


Ueno, D
., ISORA
-
8
OS8

Uozumi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Uozumi, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5


V


Vachkov, G
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
2


W



Wada, J
., ISORA
-
2


Wakimoto, S
., ISORA
-
11
OS1
-
2

Wang, A.,

ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
1

Wang,
A
, ISOMA
-
ISSCI
-
2


Wang, S
.,IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Wang, S
-
L
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Wa
ng, Y., ISORA
-
12

Watabe, H
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Watabe, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Watada, J
., IFMIP
-
SS03
-
1

Watada, J., IFMIP
-
SS17
-
2

Watada, J.,IFMIP
-
SS17
-
1

Watanabe, M
., IFMIP
-
SS14
-
1

Watanabe, S
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Watarai, H
., ISIAC
-
3

Whidborne, J.,

ISORA
-
09

Widyasari
, I
., ISORA
-
3

Williams, G
., ISIAC
-
11

Wu, B
-
S
.,
ISSCI
-
8



X


Xing,
B
., ISOMA
-
2


Xing, B., ISSCI4
-
SS03


Y


Yagi, M

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Yagi, T
., ISORA
-
12
OS6

Yamada , S
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
1


Yamada, K
., ISSCI3
-
SS02

Yamada, K
.,
ISSCI
-
8


Yamada, S
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Yamada, T.,

ISORA
-
09

Yamaguchi, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Yamaguchi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Yamakawa, T., IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2

Yamakawa, T
., ISIAC
-
2

Yamakawa, T
., ISIAC
-
3

Yamakawa, T., Mon
-
2 Keynote

Yamakawa, T., Tue
-
AM3 Keynote,
Yamakawa, T., Music

Yamakawa, Tamae, Music

Yamakawa, Toshitaka,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Yamakawa, Toshitaka, IFMIP
-
SS12
-
2


Yamakawa,T.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Yamakawa,T., ISIAC
-
2

Yamamoto, I.,

ISORA
-
09

Yamamoto, M
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Yamamoto, M
.,
ISORA14
-
OS5
-
2

Yamamoto, M
., ISORA
-
7

Yamamoto, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Yamamoto, T
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1

Yamamoto,M
., ISORA
-
13
OS5
-
1

Yamanaka, S
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2

Yamanami, H

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Yamanishi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS09
-
1

Yamanoi, T
.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1

Yamasaki, S
., IFMIP
-
SS10
-
1
Yamashita,

H
., ISORA
-
15

Yamashita, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Yamashita, T
., ISIAC
-
9

Yamashita, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3
Yamaura, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
1

Yamazaki, T.,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1

Yanagida, T., Tue
-
AM2 Keynote

Yang, C
-
S
., ISSCI4
-
SS03

Yang, K
-
T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Yano,T
., ISORA
-
1

Yasuda, K
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Yasuda, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4

Yasukawa, T
., ISIAC
-
3

Yokoi, K., ISIAC
-
8

Yokota, S.
, ISORA
-
10

Yokota, S
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Yokouchi, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Yokouchi, H
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4
Yokoyama, N
., ISIAC
-
7

Yokoyama, N
., ISIAC
-
8

Yokoyama, T
., ISORA
-
8
O
S8

Yoneda, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Yoshida, K

., IFMIP GS
-
1

Yoshida, K
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
4

Yoshida, K
., IFMIP
-
SS16
-
1

Yoshida, K
., ISORA
-
10
OS1
-
1

Yoshida, S
., IFMIP
-
SS11
-
2

Yoshidime, T
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Yoshidome, S
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Yoshikawa, K
., IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Yoshikawa, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
3

Yoshimi, M
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
2

Yoshimi, M
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
4
Yoshimura, Y
., ISORA
-
1

Yoshitake, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
1

Yoshiura, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
3

Yoshiura, T
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Yamashita, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS08
-
5

Yoshiya . S
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Yoshiya, S
., IFMIP
-
SS06
-
1

Yoshiya, Y
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
1

Yuji Hayashi, Y
.,IFMIP
-
SS07
-
2

Yumoto, T
., IFMIP
-
SS02
-
1

Yumoto, T
., IFMIP
-
SS13
-
2



Yussof, H
., ISORA
-
2


Yuuki Kitajima, Y
., ISORA
-
6
-
OS3

Yuuki, O
., ISIAC
-
1

Yuuki, O
., ISORA
-
1

Z


Zajac, R
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Zamrin,
M.D
.
, ISSCI
-
5

Zhai, G
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5


Kobayashi, T
., IFMIP
-
SS01
-
5

Zhang, B
., ISORA
-
15

Zheng, K
-
N
., IFMIP
-
GS
-
3

Zimin, L, .,
IFMIP
-
SS12
-
1


Zrilic, D., ISIAC
-
11, ISIAC
-
12



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The WAC 2012 Operating Committees: WAC 2012 is being organized
through two committees with dedicated
members from all over the world. WAC consists of five tracks or symposia, which will be described below.

WAC 2012 Secretariat:
WAC 2012, 18015 Bullis Hill, San Antonio, TX, 78258 USA
, Phone: 210 479
-
1022, Fax: 210
479
-
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tsi
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General Chairman:
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, The University of Texas, San Antonio, USA

(moj@wacong.org)

Co
-
General Chair:
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(tsi@wacong.org)


Organizing Committee:


Chair:
Edgar

N. Sanchez
,
CINVESTAV,
Guadalajara
, Mexico

Co
-
chairs:

Alma Y. Alanis
, UDG, Guadalajara, Mexico

Jorge S. Benitez
, ININ, Toluca, Mexico

Wen Yu
, CINVESTAV, Mexico City, Mexico

ISORA 2012

--

13th International Symposium on Robotics and Applications

ISIAC 2012
--

9th International Symposium on Intelligent Automation and Control

ISOMA 2012

--

13th International Symposium on Manufacturing and Systems Engineering

Chair
: Ricardo Va
lerdi,
MIT, USA (rvalerdi@mit.edu

ISSCI 2012

--

9th International Symposium on Soft Computing for Industry

Chair:
Diego Andina
, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain (
andina@gc.ssr.upm.es
)


IFMIP 2012

--

8th International Forum on Multimedia and Image Processing

Chair
:
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, University of Hyogo, Japan (hata@ieee.org)


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