Yuki Manabe

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—When we reuse a code fragment in an open source system, it is very important to know the history of the code, such as the code origin and evolution. In this paper, we propose an integrated approach to code history tracking for open source repositories. This approach takes a query code fragment as its input, and returns the code fragments containing the(More)
BACKGROUND Reports have been accumulating that genetic properties are predictive of clinical response after and/or toxicity during cancer chemotherapy, but little information is available concerning effects on long-term survival. In this study, 49 Japanese patients with esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (ESCC) were followed up for 5 years after treatment(More)
For both users and developers, it is important to select an appropriate application from similar ones. There are some ways to know the differences in terms of features in several similar applications, but it is not easy. In this paper, we present a prototype of a comparison tool which identifies features corresponding to differences between API calling(More)
Supplementation with sphingomyelin has been reported to have beneficial effects on disease prevention and health maintenance. However, compared with glycerolipids, intact sphingomyelin and ceramides are poorly absorbed. Therefore, if the bioavailability of dietary sphingomyelin is increased, then the dose administered can be reduced. This study was designed(More)
Source code of open-source software is permitted to be reused when and only when the conditions of its license are satisfied. There are many different conditions for reusing, since various open-source licenses are used. Therefore, the license of the source code may affect the frequency of reusing or the property of the software for which the source is(More)
Eukaryotic positive-strand RNA [(+)RNA] viruses are intracellular obligate parasites replicate using the membrane-bound replicase complexes that contain multiple viral and host components. To replicate, (+)RNA viruses exploit host resources and modify host metabolism and membrane organization. Phospholipase D (PLD) is a phosphatidylcholine- and(More)
Siphonaxanthin is a specific keto-carotenoid in green algae whose bio-functional properties are yet to be identified. This review focuses on siphonaxanthin as a bioactive compound and outlines the evidence associated with functionality. Siphonaxanthin has been reported to potently inhibit the viability of human leukemia HL-60 cells via induction of(More)
Retrospectives play an important role in a software development exercise of the project-based learning (PBL) style. To conduct retrospectives, students have to collect what they did in a project, extract problems based on their task records and make a new suggestion for project improvement. However, it is difficult for teachers to evaluate accuracy of their(More)