Hideyuki Ito

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CD148 is a transmembrane tyrosine phosphatase that is expressed at cell junctions. Recent studies have shown that CD148 associates with the cadherin/catenin complex and p120 catenin (p120) may serve as a substrate. However, the role of CD148 in cadherin cell-cell adhesion remains unknown. Therefore, here we addressed this issue using a series of stable(More)
This paper presents an automatic tuning method of model predictive control (MPC) using particle swarm optimization (PSO). Although it is difficult for unskilled control designers to tune MPC weight parameters, PSO can solve this issues and practical control can be realized in various industrial problems. One of the challenges in MPC is how control(More)
PCA realizes parallel computing with objects and message passing by using this dual structure (Fig.1). An object is a logic circuit or a memory block configured on the PP-plane; Abstract This paper describes the realization of a dynamically reconfigurable logic LSI based on a novel parallel computer architecture. The key point of the architecture is its(More)
1.1 Old and New Concepts of Tannins The pharmacological activities of tannins described in medicinal books before the recent achievements on ellagitannin chemistry were mostly those of gallotannins and condensed tannins of poor chemical uniformity. The gallotannins extracted from Chinese or Turkish gall, sometimes called tannic acid, are variable mixtures(More)
This paper describes space-time resource tradeoff experiments carried out on the dynamically reconfigurable " Plastic Cell Architecture (PCA) " with cryptographic and evolutionary computation kernels. Data-path-oriented processing functionality is encapsulated in asynchronous hardware objects with variable graining and implemented using look-up tables.(More)
This paper describes a dynamically reconfigurable hardware-based computer called the Plastic Cell Architecture (PCA). PCA consists of dual-structured sea-of-cells that consist of a built-in part and a plastic part. The built-in part forms 'cellular automata' while the plastic part looks like an SRAM-based FPGA. We detail the design flow especially how to(More)