Category Archives: Presentations

Bachelor’s Thesis Presentations JFY 2016

On Feb. 24, four undergraduate students made presentation of the following bachelor’s theses.

  • Kentaro Yamada, An Evaluation of Foreground Extraction Using GrabCut Image Segmentation Cued by Background Subtraction Results, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • So Tsuyuguchi, A Feasibility Study Towards Adaptive Block-Based Lossless Compression Method for Memory Bandwidth Reduction, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Tatsuya Nakagoshi, A Study of Robust Speech Recognition Using Running Spectrum Analysis, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Taishi Watanabe, A Hardware Implementation of LDPC Decoder Processing Two Code Words in Parallel, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.

Master’s Thesis Defense JFY 2016

On Feb. 6, the master’s thesis defense in Division of Media and Network Technologies was held. From our laboratory, the following master theses were presented.

  • Wenheng Zhang, Subcarrier and Power Allocation Using Game-Theoretic Approach for OFDMA-Based Wireless Systems, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Yang Li, Delay Aware Resource Allocation Scheme for a Cognitive LTE Based Radio Network, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Licheng Rao, FFT Processor Architecture for 8×8 MIMO-OFDM Systems by Using a Novel Data Addressing Approach to Avoid Memory Conflict, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Seijiro Imai, Frame-Based Parallel Processing of Iterative Shrinkage Smoothing Based Tone Mapping Using Multi-Core Processor, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Shingo Kokami, Moving Area Extraction Using Global Motion Estimation and Background Subtraction with Image Shrinking and KLT Tracker and its Application to Frame Interpolation, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Hiroki Uesaka, Motion-Compensated Frame Interpolation Method Using Multiple Resolution and Multiple Frame-Rate Videos, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.
  • Hikaru Aoki, Camera Selection Approach Towards Highly Efficient 3D Reconstruction Using Wireless Network Camera Systems, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2017.

Bachelor’s Thesis Presentations JFY 2015

On Feb. 24, four undergraduate students made presentation of the following bachelor’s theses.

  • Takahiro Ikeshita, A Basic Design of FPU-based Matrix Operation Circuit Architecture for MIMO-OFDM, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2016.
  • Ayumu Ozaki, A Study of Voice Activity Detection Method Based on Average Signal Power in a Robust Speech Recognition System, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2016.
  • Shohei Kikuchi, An Evaluation of Motion Compensated Frame Interpolation Method Using High-resolution Video and High-frame Rate Video Considering Local and Global Motion, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2016.
  • Kenta Sugiyama, An Evaluation of Haze Removal Methods Based on Simplified Transmission Map Estimation, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Feb. 2016.

Master’s Thesis Defense JFY 2015

On Feb. 10, the master’s thesis defense in Division of Media and Network Technologies was held. From our laboratory, the following master theses were presented.

  • Takahiro Inatsuki, An FPGA Implementation of Low-latency Video Compression System Using Scalable Lossless and Near-lossless Line-based Algorithm, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2016.
  • Sukeyuki Iwata, Highly Accurate MIMO-OFDM Symbol Timing Synchronization Method Using Auto-correlation and Cross-correlation with Carrier Frequency Offset Compensation, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2016.
  • Shinya Moriyama, Carrier Frequency Offset Compensation Using Guard Interval in MIMO-OFDM Systems, Division of Media and Network Technologies, Hokkaido University, Master’s Thesis, Feb. 2016.