Masaru Miyamoto

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The authors have proposed an architecture for a compact image-capturing system called TOMBO (thin observation module by bound optics), which uses compound-eye imaging for a compact hardware configuration [Appl. Opt. 40, 1806 (2001)]. The captured compound image is decomposed into a set of unit images, then the pixels in the unit images are processed with(More)
Color-imaging methods with an integrated compound imaging system called TOMBO (Thin observation module by bound optics) are presented. The TOMBO is a compact optoelectronic imaging system for image capturing based on compound-eye imaging and post digital processing. First, a general description of the TOMBO system is given, and then two configurations for(More)
A contig of clones from BAC rice genomic library encompassing blast resistance gene Pi-b was constructed. On an average eight clones (8 ± 2.6) were picked up by each marker, which was expected basing on the BAC library size (Nakamura et al. 1997). The 2.4 cM distance between flanking RFLP markers G 1234 and RZ 213 (Miyamoto et al. 1996) was spanned with 4(More)
A rewritable digital versatile disk (DVD-RAM) has eight times more capacity than a CD-ROM disk, which makes it promising for use as a computer file memory device. Media compatibility is realized because a DVD-RAM uses the same write/read wavelength as the DVD-ROM, the same substrate thickness (the DVD-ROM disk uses a thin 0.6 mm-thick substrate so it can(More)
To obtain high bit density on a phase change optical disc, it is essential to understand what are the dominant physical effects to record marks on PC media. Computer simulation is one of the most convenient methods to consider an appropriate physical model of such a mark forming process. The authors have studied computer simulation of phase change mark(More)
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