# Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi

Known as: Kenichi Kawarabayashi
Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi (Japanese: 河原林 健一, born 1975) is a Japanese graph theorist who works as a professor at the National Institute of Informatics…
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2018
2018
• International Conference on Machine Learning
• 2018
• Corpus ID: 46948799
Bandit is a framework for designing sequential experiments. In each experiment, a learner selects an arm $A \in \mathcal{A}$ and…
2017
2017
• 2017
• Corpus ID: 49195102
The generation of random bits is of enormous importance in modern information science. Cryptographic security is based on random…
2014
2014
We investigate the possible structural changes one can perform on a game graph without destroying the winning regions of the…
2013
2013
Although there has traditionally been a resistance to the study of adaptations, adaptation studies as a subsection of…
2009
2009
• Journal of combinatorial theory. Series B (Print)
• 2009
• Corpus ID: 20856767
2008
2008
• 2008
• Corpus ID: 59022927
Although the last couple of decades have seen great theoretical developments in Second Language Acquisition (SLA), many studies…
2005
2005
Let k, s and n be three integers with s≥k≥2, n≥2k+1. Let G=(V1,V2;E) be a bipartite graph with |V1|=|V2|=n. If the minimum degree…
2005
2005
Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) exist in most industries but are particularly widespread in the international exchange of…
Review
2000
Review
2000
This paper is designed to answer a question of how globalization shapes the processes of democratization. This paper reviews…