Takahiro Kagami

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The learning ability of European honeybees, Apis mellifera, develops with age. However, when worker bees are isolated from their colony and are fed only sucrose solution, their learning development is hindered. This rearing method has allowed us to compare worker bees of the same age but with different learning abilities. In this study, we examined the(More)
In this paper, we demonstrate that we can reduce the communication latency significantly by inserting a fraction of randomness into a wireless 3D NoC (where CMOS wireless links are used for vertical inter-chip communication) when considering the physical constraints of the 3D design space. Towards this end, we consider two cases, namely 1) replacing(More)
A contact-less approach that connects chips in vertical dimension has a great potential to customize components in 3-D chip multiprocessors (CMPs), assuming card-style components inserted to a single cartridge communicate each other wirelessly using inductive-coupling technology. To simplify the vertical communication interfaces, static Time Division(More)
Wireless 3-D network-on-chips (NoCs) with inductive-coupling ThruChip interfaces provide a large degree of flexibility for customizing the number of arbitrary chips in a package after chips have been fabricated. To simplify the vertical communication interfaces, static time division multiple access (TDMA) is used for the vertical broadcast buses, while(More)
Power consumption of Network-on-Chip (NoC) is becoming more important in many core processors. Input buffers utilized in routers consume a significant part of the total power of NoCs. In order to reduce this power consumption, a novel power efficient memory called Marching Memory Through type (MMTH) is introduced. By connecting transparent latches in(More)
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