Kazunori Nozaki

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At iGrid 2005 we demonstrated the transparent operation of a biology experiment on a test-bed of globally distributed visualization, storage, computational, and network resources. These resources were bundled into a unified platform by utilizing dynamic lambda allocation, high band-width protocols for optical networks, a Distributed Virtual Computer (DVC)(More)
This paper presents a new method for evaluating tooth brushing performance using audio collected from a smartphone. To do this, we use hidden Markov models (HMMs) to recognize audio data that include various types of tooth brushing actions, such as <i>brushing the outer surface of the front teeth</i> and <i>brushing the inner surface of the back teeth</i>.(More)
The hybrid applications are needed in dental research because the result of their operation could be predicted by both modeling of an oral truct and more than two kind of physical simulations. However, it takes long time to perform the hybrid applications, cost a lot of money and needs some experience to deal with them. This paper proposes a new execution(More)