Seigo Nakamura7
Naoki Niikura6
7Seigo Nakamura
6Naoki Niikura
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OBJECTIVE The perirolandic regions were studied by extensive electrical stimulation to clarify the topography and somatotopic distribution of negative motor areas (NMAs) and examine the clinical significance of these areas. METHODS We evaluated the cortical function elicited by electrical stimulation in 30 patients with tumors or intractable epilepsy. The(More)
— This paper provides an application of a consensus problem with nonlinear performance functions to resource allocation in soft real-time systems. In soft real-time systems, fairness of QoS (Quality of Service) levels plays an important role to guarantee appropriate service under timing and resource constraints. We propose fair QoS control with an(More)
SnapTable, is a human friendly digital document handling system with the function of instant image copying on a photo-addressable electronic paper (E-Paper). By using Snaptable, an intangible optical image on the tabletop screen is able to be instantly transformed into a tangible printed image on a physical E-paper medium. SnapTable is also able to put link(More)
PURPOSE Limited information is available about the optimal management and clinical outcome of bone-only metastases in breast cancer patients. The objective of this study was to define prognostic factors for patients with bone-only metastases. Our second objective was to compare progression-free survival (PFS) and overall survival (OS) between patients with(More)
Cardiac metastasis of malignant phyllodes tumor is very rare. We herein report a rare case that developed cardiac metastasis from malignant phyllodes tumor. A 38-year-old woman underwent lumpectomy, and the final pathological findings showed the 5-cm malignant phyllodes tumor partially containing 1 cm of squamous cell carcinoma. Four months after the first(More)
—This paper addresses a discrete-time consensus problem of multi-agent systems. In our model, each agent has multiple state variables instead of a scalar one. A performance value of each agent is evaluated by a nonlin-ear performance function based on its state. We consider conditions for agents to achieve consensus on the performance value using the(More)