NISHIHARA Seiichi

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Name
NISHIHARA Seiichi
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering
Job title
Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2004
   
 
- Department of Computer Science, Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1968
Department of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University
 

Awards & Honors

 
1999
The Best Paper and Presentation Award, WSC4
 

Misc

 
Bilding Virtual Center of Excellence Over Asia Using Ultra Fast Internet Satellite
e-Agenda 2004 Forum      2004
Improving Collaborative Filtering by W-Clustering
DBA'04(Databases and Applications) IASTED   Sssion 5, 419-035   2004
A Composition Algorithm for Very Hard Graph 3-Colorability Instances
SpringerPrinciples and Practice of Constraint Programming - CP2003, LNCS2833   914-919   2003
A Systematic Approach to Generate Very Hard 3COL Instances
18th ISMP(International Sympojium on Mathematical Programming)   WE2-302/41   2003
A Rearrangement System for Floor Layouts Base on Case-Based Reasoning and Constraint Satisfaction
AIA2003(Applied Informatics - AI2002, Artificial Intelligence and Application)   10-13   2003

Books etc

 
Introduction to Computer Graphics
2001   
Computer Graphics-A Standard Technical Textbook
1999   
Data Structures and Alyorithms
1998   
Understanding Engineering Drawings-An Intelligent Approach to Solid Modeling
2nd International Conf. on Expert Systems for Development, AIT   1994   
Data Structures
Ohm-sha   1993   

Works

 
Study on Understanding of Engineering Drawings
1990
Study on Constraint Satisfaction Problems
1985
Study on Hashing Techniques
1975

Research Grants & Projects

 
Constraint Satisfaction Problem : Its Algorithms and Applications
Project Year: 1982   
Understanding Engineering Drawings and CAD Systems
Generation of Time-varying Virtual Cities and Their Simulation
Project Year: 1995