Moto Kamiura

Moto Kamiura
Doshisha University · Office for Advanced Research and Education

Ph.D. in Physics (Kobe University, JAPAN)
Institute for Advanced Research and Education

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Additional affiliations
April 2011 - March 2018
Tokyo Denki University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
April 2008 - March 2011
Tokyo University of Science
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (21)
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The principle of optimism in the face of uncertainty is known as a heuristic in sequential decision-making problems. Overtaking method based on this principle is an effective algorithm to solve multi-armed bandit problems. It was defined by a set of some heuristic patterns of the formulation in the previous study. The objective of the present paper...
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A multi-armed bandit problem is a search problem on which a learning agent must select the optimal arm among multiple slot machines generating random rewards. UCB algorithm is one of the most popular method to solve multi-armed bandit problems. It achieves logarithmic regret performance by coordinating balance between exploration and exploitation....
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Propositional calculus, which is an accomplished system for deductive reasoning, consists of binary operations. However representation of induction or abduction might need a calculation system based on unary operations. In the present paper, we propose a new calculation which consists of only unary operations, for propositional logic. The new calcu...
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Intensity of human causal induction is expressed by statistical models in cognitive science. A statistical index, pARIs, which is one of the models of human causal induction, has good performance on some tests. The form of pARIs is nearly equal to one of Jaccard index. However, it has not been known yet why pARIs can be related to intensity of huma...
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The exploration–exploitation dilemma is an attractive theme in reinforcement learning. Under the tradeoff framework, a reinforcement learning agent must cleverly switch between exploration and exploitation because an action, which is estimated as the best in the current learning state, may not actually be the true best. We demonstrate that an agent...
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Protracted recession in Japan for the last twenty years is characterized by persistent deflation and negative output gap. Recently, Inoue et al. presented the concept of “trap of credit creation” which represents mechanism of the persistent deflation based on zero-interest-rate economy. Three new Keynesian DGE models by Inoue et al. explain this ty...
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Walking is one of the most fundamental and important activities of human that is strongly connected with human health, and there has already been many researches on the human gait. However, these studies mainly investigate the gait patterns related to some specific injuries or diseases, and there is few studies on the gait of healthy people. We thu...
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In this study, we present a mathematical format to represent influence for a system element without explicit assignment of another interacting element. This format is associated with a data flow process as a new type of numerical driven-dissipative systems. We show the driven-dissipative system can generate power law distributions.
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Abduction is a kind of logical inference, and has been studied in computer science and artificial intelligence (Fin-lay and Dix 1996). Recently, Sawa and Gunji (2010) introduced a diagram to represent three types of inference: i.e. deduc-tion, induction, and abduction, which are articulated by C.S.Peirce. Sawa-Gunji's representation provides a new...
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Abduction is a kind of logical inference, and has been studied in computer science and artificial intelligence (Fin- lay and Dix 1996). Recently, Sawa and Gunji (2010) introduced a diagram to represent three types of inference: i.e. deduc- tion, induction, and abduction, which are articulated by C.S.Peirce. Sawa-Gunji’s representation provides a ne...
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Abduction, which is articulated by C.S. Peirce, is one of the forms of inference. Abduction has been researched not only in philosophy but also in artificial intelligence and information science. Finlay and Dix's representation of abduction (1996) has almost the same meaning which is given by Peirce. On the other hand, Sawa and Gunji (2010) express...
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We propose a mathematical model of economic agents to study origin of money. This multi-agent model is based on commodity theory of money, which says that a commodity used as money emerges from barter transaction. Each agent has a different value system which is given by a Heyting algebra, and exchanges one's commodities based on the value system....
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We introduce the concept of generative pointer, which is an extended subobject classifier with local identity (i.e. an incomplete indication or identification). Generative pointer is derived from a generalization of the emergence process of rational numbers. It metamorphoses hierarchical structure in dynamical systems into heterarchical one. Genera...
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On–off intermittency is an aperiodic switching between synchronized dynamics and non-synchronized, chaotic, dynamics. Intermittency is observed near the onset of chaos on a bifurcation diagram produced by varying the parameters of its coupling strength. Therefore, its occurrence depends upon tuning the parameters of the system in a very sensitive w...
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In brain science, there are few researches focusing on the theoretical relation between cognition (top-down processing) and perception (bottom-up processing). Philosophically they were regarded as the alternative leading to the dualism of mind and body, while it is an adequate problem for the endo-physics. Qualia are conjectured as the hard problem...
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Heterarchy and the agent of self-organization are ones of most challengeable topics in complex systems. When the notion of heterarchy is generalized and dilated to general phenomena and is replaced by observational heterarchy, the agent of self-organization (i.e., internal observer carrying measurement) is found even in non-hierarchical system. A u...
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We propose the notion of phenomenal computing as a dynamical pair of a computing system and the environments of executing computation. It is expressed as a formal model of observational heterarchy inheriting robustness against structural crisis. Observational heterarchy consists of two different categories connected by pre-adjoint functors where in...

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