Hajime Matsumura

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In this paper, we give a sufficient condition for a graph to have a degree bounded spanning tree. Let n ≥ 1, k ≥ 3, c ≥ 0 and G be an n-connected graph. Suppose that for every independent set S ⊆ V(G) of cardinality n(k − 1) + c + 2, there exists a vertex set X ⊆ S of cardinality k such that the degree sum of vertices in X is at least |V(G)| − c − 1. Then G(More)
We propose a method for improving motivation to participate in sensing services by presenting rankings in multidimensional hierarchical sets. We call this method <i>Top of Worlds</i>. Because previously proposed methods only rank a user among all other users, many have little chance of being ranked in the top group, resulting in little motivation to(More)
Hofstadter's diagram, or the energy spectrum against the magnetic field in tight-binding systems, is obtained for the models having flat (dispersionless) one-electron band(s) that have originally been proposed for itinerant spin ferromagnetism. Magnetic fields preserve those flat bands that arise from a topological reason, while dispersions emerge in a(More)
A k-tree is a tree with maximum degree at most k. In this paper, we give a degree sum condition for a graph to have a spanning k-tree in which specified vertices have degree less than k. We denote by σ k (G) the minimum value of the degree sum of k independent vertices in a graph G. Let k ≥ 3 and s ≥ 0 be integers, and suppose G is a connected graph and σ k(More)
A k-tree is a tree with maximum degree at most k. In this paper, we give a degree sum condition for a graph to have a spanning k-tree in which specified vertices have degree less than k. We denote by σ k (G) the minimum value of the degree sum of k independent vertices in a graph G. Let k ≥ 3 and s ≥ 0 be integers, and suppose G is a connected graph and σ k(More)
Although conjunctival squamous cell carcinoma is known to develop as a result of chronic irritation from wearing an ocular prosthesis, orbital sebaceous gland carcinoma arising in an anophthalmic pocket is extremely rare. We report a 68-year-old female who developed a sebaceous gland carcinoma 65 years after her right eye was enucleated (at the age of three(More)