KOBAYASI Mituo

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Name
KOBAYASI Mituo
Affiliation
Former Institution /Organization Faculty of Electro-Communications Department of Information and Communication Engineering
Job title
Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2000
   
 
- Department of Information and Communication Engineering, University of Electro-Communications Professor
 
1987
   
 
- Department of Information Engineering, University of Electro-Communications Associate Professor
 
1976
   
 
- Department of Information Mathematics, University of Electro-Communications Associate Professor
 
1971
   
 
- Department of Mathematics, Saitama University Associate Professor
 
1968
   
 
- Department of Mathematics, Saitama University Assistant Professor
 

Misc

 
A Fast Algorithm for Color Gamut Computation of n Dyes in Subtructive Color Mixture
Bulletin of the University of Electro-communications   4(1) 67-76   1991
On Numerical Solution of the Volterra Integral Equations of the Second Kind by Linear Multistep Methods
Reports of Statistical Application Research   13(3) 119-139   1966
On Numerical Solution of the Volterra Integral Equations of the First Kind by Trapezoidal Rule
Reports of Statistical Application Research   14(2) 65-78   1967
A Numericl Method for Periodic Solutions of Van der Pol's Equation
Sci. Reports of Saitama University, Ser. A   6(2) 17-21   1969
Some Recursion Elimination Technique and Its Verification
Reports of the University of Electro-communications   34(1) 53-59   1983

Books etc

 
Basic Programming through Pascal
1980   
Advanced Programming through Pascal
1982   
User's Guide to UNIX
1992   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Mathematical Research of Chromatics
Project Year: 1989   
Development of Color Information Processing System
Project Year: 1989   
Informatic-Aethetic Research of Art
Project Year: 1990   
Mathematical analysis of color aesthetics in Japanese traditional Kimono and its application
Project Year: 2001   
Color Management and Color Analysis of Images