Tetsuo Oya

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  • T. Oya
  • 2009
An overview is provided of work on novel single-electron circuits whose architectures were inspired by nature or by biological nervous systems. Generally, these single-electron circuits provide various useful information-processing systems. However, they must be placed under a low temperature environment to control or attenuate thermal noise. Noise is(More)
This paper presents a smoothing method which preserves features for a triangular mesh even when large-scale noise are included because of measurement errors. First, scale-dependent discrete Laplacian is introduced along with boundary Laplacian to deal with an open mesh. Then, a method for feature detection which uses the values by these Laplacians is(More)
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