KATAI Osamu

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Name
KATAI Osamu
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Graduate School of Informatics, Department of Systems Science, Graduate School of Informatics Department of Systems Science
Job title
Professor,Professor
Degree
Doctor of Engineering

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
Probability Theoretical Approach for Compression of Discrimimant Information
10(1)    1974
Studies on the Balancing, the Minimal Balancing, and the Minimum Balancing Processes for Social Groups with Planar and NOnplanar Graph Structures
Journal of Mathematical Psychology   18(2) 140-176   1978
On the Characterization of Balancing Processes of Social Systems and the Derivation of the Minimal Balancing Processes
IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics   SMC-8(5) 337-348   1978
Graph Theoretical Models and Indecies of Sosial Group Structures
Systems and Control   22(12) 713-722   1978
Characterization of Social Balance by Statistical and Finite-State Systems Theoretical Analysis
Proc. of international Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, IEEE   312-316    1978

Books etc

 
Knowledge Information Processing and Fuzzy
Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun Pub. Co.   
Knowledge System Engineering
Society of Instrument and Control Engineers   1991   
Vision and Control : Approaches by Neuro, Fyzzy and AI techniques
Asakura Pub. Co.   1991   
Knowledge Representation
Neuro Fuzzy AI Handbook   1994   
Fuzzy Control as Self-Organizing Adaptive Constraint-Oriented Problem Solving
Bien/Min (eds. ) : Fuzzy Logic and its Application to Engineering, Information Science, and Intelligent Systems, Kluwer Academic Publishers   1995   

Works

 
member of ICOT Working Group
1987 - 1992
Problem Solving by Order Formation and Its Application to Decision Support
1993
Human Friendly Factories and Corporate Management
1993
On the situated self-organization of Knowledge
1995
JSPS Research for the Future Program, Information on Life Systems
1997 - 2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Human System Interaction by Ecological Approaches
Design Principles of Self-organizing, Complex Adaptive, and Autonomous Decentralized Systems
Human Friendly Systems Based on Artificial Intelligence and Media Technologies