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In this paper, we propose a novel approach to positioning mobile phone users in a crowd of people. We assume such a situation that people in specific space (e.g., an exhibition hall) have mobile phones and they periodically probe proximity between the surrounding users via short-range wireless communication (e.g., Bluetooth). We also assume that laser range(More)
Nanodiscs are phospholipid-protein complexes which are relevant to nascent high-density lipoprotein and are applicable as a drug carrier and a tool to immobilize membrane proteins. We evaluated the structure and dynamics of the nanoparticles consisting of dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine (DMPC) and apolipoprotein A-I (apoA-I) with small-angle neutron(More)
Okude Laboratory at Keio University SFC implements some original applications by a unique method. These applications are focused on a prime user needs and representing the future user life style using the scenario-based modeling method. We defined these interactive media embedded in the user environment as smart-media applications. Now our projects are(More)
This paper proposes and evaluates the helper thread for Time Aggregation Scheduler (TAS) intended to enhance the performance and energy efficiency. TAS is a kernel-level thread scheduler to enhance performances of multi-threaded programs by focusing on the affinity of sibling threads, which have the same parent process and share the context. TAS may change(More)
Synthetic polymer ligands (PLs) that recognize and neutralize specific biomacromolecules have attracted attention as stable substitutes for ligands such as antibodies and aptamers. PLs have been reported to strongly interact with target proteins and can be prepared by optimizing the combination and relative proportion of functional groups, by molecular(More)
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