Kazuhisa Nakasho

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In this article, we formalize some basic facts of Z-module. In the first section, we discuss the rank of submodule of Z-module and its properties. Especially, we formally prove that the rank of any Z-module is equal to or more than that of its submodules, and vice versa, there exists a submodule with any given rank that satisfies the above condition. In the(More)
In this article, we formalize topological properties of real nor-med spaces. In the first few parts, open and closed, density, separability and sequence and its convergence are discussed. Then we argue properties of real normed subspace. In the middle of the article, we discuss linear functions between real normed speces. Several kinds of subspaces induced(More)
In this article, semi-ring and semi-algebra of sets are formalized so as to construct a measure of a given set in the next step. Although a semi-ring of sets has already been formalized in [12], that is, strictly speaking, a definition of a quasi semi-ring of sets suggested in the last few decades [14]. We adopt a classical definition of a semi-ring of sets(More)
In this article, we formalize a torsion Z-module and a torsion-free Z-module. Especially, we prove formally that finitely generated torsion-free Z-modules are finite rank free. We also formalize properties related to rank of finite rank free Z-modules. The notion of Z-module is necessary for solving lattice problems, LLL (Lenstra, Lenstra, and Lovász) base(More)
The purpose of this project is to collect symbol information in the Mizar Mathematical Library and manipulate it into practical and organized documentation. Inspired by the MathWiki project and API reference systems for computer programs, we developed a documentation generator focusing on symbols for the HTML-ized Mizar library. The system has several(More)
Medical data are often maintained by different organizations. However, detailed analyses sometimes require these datasets to be integrated without violating patient or commercial privacy. Multiparty Private Set Intersection (MPSI), which is an important privacy-preserving protocol, computes an intersection of multiple private datasets. This approach ensures(More)
Medical data are often maintained by different organizations. However, detailed analyses sometimes require these datasets to be integrated without violating patient or commercial privacy. Multiparty Private Set Intersection (MPSI), which is an important privacy-preserving protocol, computes an intersection of multiple private datasets. This approach ensures(More)
At present, approximately 60% of world's population lives in masonry structures. Some of these structures are found in developing countries experiencing frequent earthquakes. Strong earthquakes tend to collapse these brittle, "non-engineered" structures, causing great harm to humans when these are residential structures. The purpose of this(More)