Tetsuro Kawai

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This paper addresses both microand macro-level validation in agent-based simulation (ABS) to explore validated agents who can reproduce not only human-like behaviors externally but also human-like thinking internally. For this purpose, we employ the sequential bargaining game, which can investigate a change of humans’ behaviors and thinking longer than the(More)
In wireless sensor networks used as a social infrastructure, urgent information, such as a fire alarm, is needed to be transmitted as fast and reliably as possible. In this paper, we propose design methodology for a sensor network which provides preferential control of urgent information over other non-urgent information. In our methodology, several simple(More)
A fast and reliable transmission mechanism of urgent information is essential for establishing a wireless sensor network infrastructure for a safe and secure living environment. In this paper, we propose a transmission mechanism where high reliability and low latency in transmitting urgent information are achieved by making an “assured corridor” where(More)
High reliability and low latency Urgent information should be preferred according to their importance Self-organizing and distributed behavior A WSN should be adaptive to the scale of an emergency and dynamically changing conditions A globally-organized behavior emerges as results of reactions to the surroundings of each node and local interaction among(More)
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