|Tsunenori Mine||Last modified date：2020.07.01|
Associate Professor / Advanced Software Engineering / Department of Advanced Information Technology / Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering
|1.||Tsunenori Mine, Akira Fukuda, Shigemi Ishida, Intelligent Transport Systems for Everyone’s Mobility, Springer, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-7434-0, 2019.07, [URL], This book presents the latest, most interesting research efforts regarding Intelligent Transport System (ITS) technologies, from theory to practice. The book’s main theme is “Mobility for everyone by ITS”; accordingly, it gathers a range of contributions on human-centered factors in the use or development of ITS technologies, infrastructures, and applications. Each of these contributions proposes a novel method for ITS and discusses the method on the basis of case studies conducted in the Asia-Pacific region.
The book are roughly divided into four general categories: 1) Safe and Secure Society, 2) ITS-Based Smart Mobility, 3) Next-Generation Mobility, and 4) Infrastructure Technologies for Practical ITS. In these categories, several key topics are touched on with each other such as driver assistance and behavior analysis, traffic accident and congestion management, vehicle flow management at large events, automated or self-driving vehicles, V2X technologies, next-generation public transportation systems, and intelligent transportation systems made possible by big data analysis. In addition, important current and future ITS-related problems are discussed, taking into account many case studies that have been conducted in this regard..
|2.||Tokuro Matsuo, Tsunenori Mine, Sachio Hirokawa, New Trends in E-Service and Smart Computing, Springer, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70636-8, 2018.01, This book examines theoretical and practical aspects of emerging technologies in e-service and artificial intelligence from an academic and professional viewpoint. To do so, it focuses on three major areas: the development of novel user support systems; development of smart mobility; and emerging technologies in Artificial Intelligence (AI). With regard to the development of novel user support systems, Chapter 1 introduces alternative ingredients recommendation using data on co-occurrence relation and ingredients categories to support cooking, while Chapter 2 introduces a study on location information inference using data acquired by low-energy Bluetooth devices. Turning to the development of smart mobility, Chapter 3 highlights a sustainable information infrastructure project for smart mobility systems. In addition, Chapter 4 presents a lifecycle-oriented development process to improve requirements and design in terms of uncertainties to provide sustainable information architectures for smart mobility.
In the book’s third and last part – emerging technologies in AI – Chapter 5 presents a summarization task for sports events on Twitter, focusing on an abstractive approach based on sub-events during the sports event. Chapter 6 discusses the generation of headlines using a recurrent neural network based on a machine translation approach. Lastly, Chapter 7 explores customer behavior analysis using enthusiasm analysis, an approach that estimates customers’ activation levels.
The book gathers a selection of the highest-quality papers presented at the 4th International Congress on Advanced Applied Informatics, held on July 12–16, 2015 in Okayama, Japan. Given the breadth of its coverage, it offers a valuable resource for practitioners, researchers and students alike..