Tadachika Ozono

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We have developed Papits, a research support system, that shares research information, such as PDF files of research papers, in computers on networks and classifies the information into research types. Papits users can share various research information and survey the corpora of their particular fields. To develop Papits, we need to design a mechanism to(More)
In this paper, we propose a Web based agent system called MiSpider, which provides intelligent web services on web browsers. MiSpider enables users to use agents on existing browsers. Users can use MiSpider all over the world only to access the Internet. MiSpider Agent has persistency, and agents condition doesn't change if users change a browsing page.(More)
In recent years, the standardization of news management and transmission format has advanced, and NewsML (news markup language) has appeared. NewsML is a format which was decided by the IPTC (International Press Telecommunications Council). In this paper, we propose a next generation news management system based on an environment in which news management,(More)
In this paper, we present an e-Participation Web system for various platforms and mobile phones, based on linked open data, classification and clustering. The system aims at supporting citizen e-Participation in ongoing regional debates by gathering and openly publishing news and opinions from the Web for easy comprehension and commenting. Our study helps(More)
We are developing the Papits, a research activity support system for a laboratory at a university. Papits helps to find both information and/or person by a keyword and a know-who search mechanism. Information sources in Papits are distributed because they are members' computers. To find good information and people from such environment, we conceptualize(More)
We are trying to apply a combinatorial auction protocol to a coalition formation among agents to solve a scheduling problem that considers various constraints as a complex problem. Constraints on scheduling can be expressed as combinations of items (time slots). We formalize a combinatorial auction for scheduling as an MIP (Mixed Integer Programming)(More)