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– Fuzzy inference models can conduct advanced inference using knowledge which is easily understood by humans. In this paper, we propose a leaning fuzzy inference model. The model can learn with experience data obtained by trial-and-error of a task. The learning of the model is executed after each trial of the task. Hence, it is expected that the achievement… (More)

- Manabu Gouko, Yoshihiro Sugaya, Hirotomo Aso
- International Conference on Computational…
- 2005

A fuzzy inference model for learning from experiences (FILE) is proposed. the model can learn from experience data obtained by trial-and-error of a task and it can stably learn from both experiences of success and failure of a trial. the learning of the model is executed after each of trial of the task. hence, it is expected that the achievement rate… (More)

- Shota Kaneko, Yoshihiro Sugaya, Shinichiro Omachi
- 2012 IEEE 11th International Conference on Signal…
- 2012

Various image and video compression methods have been developed so far for data reduction. However, necessary information of an original image or video may be degraded if the image is highly compressed without considering the importance of each region in the image. In this paper, we propose a method to detect regions that are important for humans in an… (More)

- KEINCHI KANATANI, YASUYUKI SUGYA, Y. Sugaya
- 2006

We discuss two issues of video processing based on our recent results: missing data estimation and multiple motion segmentation. We first show that for a rigidly moving scene we can reliably extend interrupted feature point tracking by imposing a geometric constraint based on the affine camera modeling. For scenes of multiple motions, many techniques have… (More)

- Yoshihiro Sugaya
- 2005

- Tomo Miyazaki, Tatsunori Tsuchiya, +4 authors Koichi Kise
- ArXiv
- 2017

—This paper addresses the automatic generation of a typographic font from a subset of characters. Specifically, we use a subset of a typographic font to extrapolate additional characters. Consequently, we obtain a complete font containing a number of characters sufficient for daily use. The automated generation of Japanese fonts is in high demand because a… (More)

1. W t (i)(=(V (t−D +1).. . V (t))) 0 W t (i)(=W t (i) − V (t)1) D W t W T err(t) err(t) s err(t) = D−1 i=0 |W t (i) − W T (i)| T s P (T +i) = V (s+i)−V (s)+V (T) 2.2 err(t) s err(t) 2 3 † err(t) k k T k u u T 1 u T 3 k err(t) 1: u T 2.3 CPU T CPU T T T CPU t 1 CPU n CPU x n (t)(0 ≤ x n (t) ≤ 1) LCV (t) = n x n (t)

1. [1, 2] () () MOSAIC [1] MOSAIC [2] () (n) () 2. 1: (a) (b) t x(t) y(t) (x(0), y(0)), (x(1), y(1)), · · · , (x(T), y(T)) 2.1 x(t) j select (1(a)) ASLN(Adaptive and Sequential Learning Network)[3] ASLN I I J (1(b)) x(t) x(t) j W pa j (t) = (W pa j1 (t), · · · , W pa ji (t), · · · , W pa jI (t)) x(t) W pa j (t) O me j = W pa j (t)·x(t) j θ th,j (t) (θ min,j… (More)