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)