Yutaka Irie

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N etwork environments give computer users the option of employing distributed information and services to complete a task. However, gathering information and using services distributed in networks requires knowing exactly what kinds of information and services are required for a task, where they are, and how they can be obtained or utilized. Tracking down(More)
To elucidate the essential nature of the human obturator externus muscle (OE), the gross anatomy of the anomalous muscle and anomalous fasciculus originating from this muscle as well as the posterior division of the obturator nerve (P) were examined in 73 thighs of 45 Japanese adult cadavers. The investigation of anomalous muscle and anomalous fasciculus(More)
Recently as large scale networks such as tile Inter-net and intranets grow, it is becoming harder to carry out our jobs like system development/maintenance and information gathering/utilization. As solutions to this problem, the agent techniques such as WWW robots (Koster 1996), Telescript (White 1994), and Softbot (Etzioni & Weld 1994) are proposed. In(More)
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