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- Naoki Katoh, Toshihide Ibaraki, Hisashi Mine
- Networks
- 1982

- Hiroshi Kise, Toshihide Ibaraki, Hisashi Mine
- Operations Research
- 1978

- Naoki Katoh, Toshihide Ibaraki, Hisashi Mine
- SIAM J. Comput.
- 1981

- Hisashi Mine
- IRE Trans. Information Theory
- 1959

- Hiroaki Ishii, Toshihide Ibaraki, Hisashi Mine
- Math. Program.
- 1977

- Naoki Katoh, Toshihide Ibaraki, Hisashi Mine
- J. ACM
- 1981

An algorithm is presented for obtaining the K best solutions of the resource allocauon problem with an objective function which is the sum of convex functions of one variable It requires O(T* + Klog K + Kn~ogn) time and O(Kn~ogn + n) space, where n is the number of variables and T* ~s the computatmnal time to obtain the best solution

- Hisashi Mine, Yoshihaki Koga
- IEEE Trans. Electronic Computers
- 1967

- HISASHI MINE
- 2009

Marginal checking of a Markovian degradation unit is treated when time interval to the next checking is not fixed but obeys a certain general distribution. The problem of determing the optimal set of the states at which the unit is replaced with a new one (marginal set) is discussed. It is solved by using Markov-renewal programming with modified policy… (More)

EQUALITY CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION Masao Fukushima Kyoto University Hisashi Mine Kansai University Eiki Yamakawa Kyoto University (Received November 12, 1984: Revised June 12, 1985) This paper is concerned with a differentiable exact penalty function derived by modifying the Wolfe dual of an equality constrained problem. It may be considered that this… (More)

- HISASHI MINE
- 2009

This paper is concerned witl). "a problem in which a firm is engaged in manufacturing a number of types and sizes of goods at equal intervals, e. g. monthly, and the production is forced to fulfill the customer's demand immediately. In general the products are subject to considerable variations in demands. Let us assume that the amount demanded is uncertain… (More)