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- MASAKI TSUKAMOTO
- 2006

We propose a new approach to the value distribution theory of entire holomorphic curves. We define a packing density of an entire holomorphic curve, and show that it has various non-trivial properties. We prove a gap theorem for holomorphic maps from elliptic curves to the complex projective space, and study the relation between theta functions and our… (More)

- MASAKI TSUKAMOTO
- 2008

We study entire holomorphic curves in the algebraic torus, and show that they can be characterized by the “growth rate” of their derivatives.

- Yasushi Hoshino, Dai Ando, Suguru Higashino, Masaki Tsukamoto
- J. Electronic Imaging
- 1992

For any positive integer D, we construct a minimal dynamical system with mean dimension equal to D/2 that cannot be embedded into (([0, 1]D)Z, shift).

- MASAKI TSUKAMOTO
- 2008

The main purpose of this paper is to show that ideas of deformation theory can be applied to “infinite dimensional geometry”. We develop the deformation theory of Brody curves. Brody curve is a kind of holomorphic map from the complex plane to the projective space. Since the complex plane is not compact, the parameter space of the deformation can be… (More)

- MASAKI TSUKAMOTO
- 2008

We study the mean dimension of the moduli space of Brody curves. We introduce the notion of “mean energy” and show that this can be used to estimate the mean dimension. 1. Main results 1.1. Moduli space of Brody curves. M. Gromov introduced a remarkable notion of mean dimension in [6] (see also Lindenstrauss-Weiss [8] and Lindenstrauss [7]). In this paper… (More)

This paper is one step toward infinite energy gauge theory and the geometry of infinite dimensional moduli spaces. We generalize a gluing construction in the usual Yang-Mills gauge theory to an “infinite energy” situation. We show that we can glue an infinite number of instantons, and that the resulting instantons have infinite energy in general. Moreover… (More)

In this paper, we propose the receiver structure for Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Interleaved Single Carrier-Frequency Division Multiple Access (SC-FDMA) where the Frequency Domain Equalization (FDE) is firstly done for obtaining the tentative decision results and secondly using them the Inter-Symbol Interference (ISI) is cancelled by ISI canceller… (More)

- SHINICHIROH MATSUO, MASAKI TSUKAMOTO
- 2009

We study a moduli space of ASD connections over S × R. We consider not only finite energy ASD connections but also infinite energy ones. So the moduli space is infinite dimensional in general. We study the (local) mean dimension of this infinite dimensional moduli space. We show the upper bound on the mean dimension by using a “Runge-approximation” for ASD… (More)

- Atsushi Noro, Yutaka Nagata, Masaki Tsukamoto, Yoshihiro Hayakawa, Atsushi Takano, Yushu Matsushita
- Biomacromolecules
- 2005

Novel and efficient synthesis of polymers terminated with nucleotides via the phosphoramidite method has been developed. A hydroxyl-terminated polymer was converted into a polymer capped with a nucleotide in three steps, where the conversion of the reactions was very high, almost 100%. By repetition of this synthetic method, a block copolymer composed of a… (More)