Yasusi Kanada

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Levy and Montalvo, Yao, and Shima individually proposed tunneling algorithms. The tunneling algorithms employ analogy to tunnel effect in physics, and are used to optimize continuous systems. The present paper proposes a method of solving combinatorial problems using a type of randomized dynamic tunneling technique. This method is based on a computational(More)
We are developing a new problem-solving methodology based on a self-organization paradigm. To realize our future goal of self-organizing computational systems, we have to study computation based on local information and its emergent behavior, which are considered essential in self-organizing systems. This paper presents a stochastic (or nondeterministic)(More)
The present paper proposes a method of solving combinatorial problems using randomized dynamic rule composition. This method is called CCM* and is based on a computational model called Chemical Casting Model (CCM), which is a rule-based computational model for emergent computation. CCM was proposed by the author toward solving dynamic, open and incompletely(More)
We developed two rule-based building-block architectures, i.e., pipe-connection and label-connection architectures, for describing complex and structured policies, especially network QoS policies. This study focuses on the latter. The relationships or connections between building blocks are specified by the data flow and control flow between them. The data(More)
  • Yasusi Kanada
  • 2016 International Joint Conference on Neural…
  • 2016
Recently, performance of deep neural networks, especially convolutional neural networks (CNNs), has been drastically increased by elaborate network architectures, by new learning methods, and by GPU-based high-performance computation. However, there are still several difficult problems concerning back propagation, which include scheduling of learning rate(More)
A text retrieval method called the thematic geographical search method has been developed and applied to a Japanese encyclopedia called the World Encyclopædia. In this method, the user specifies a search theme using free words, then obtains a sorted list of excerpts and hyperlinks to encyclopedia sentences that contain geographical names. Using this(More)