Vol.54, No.2 (2006) Contents

Vol.54, No.2

PagesTitle/Author(s)
Special Topic: Prediction and Knowledge Discovery
209-210 On the Special Issue "Prediction and Knowledge Discovery"
Tomoyuki HIGUCHI
211-222 Prediction of Membrane Protein Structures by Generalized-ensemble Algorithms
Hironori KOKUBO and Yuko OKAMOTO
223-245 Recent Progress in Ocean Data Assimilation on Climate in Tropical Pacific
Masafumi KAMACHI, Yosuke FUJII, Shirou ISHIZAKI, Satoshi MATSUMOTO, Toshiya NAKANO and Tamaki YASUDA
247-264 Data Assimilation Model for Japan Sea Circulation
Naoki HIROSE and Atsuyoshi MANDA
265-280 A Spatiotemporal Response Model for Chlorophyll-a Distributions Based on Some Oceanographic Factors
Hidetada KIYOFUJI, Tsukasa HOKIMOTO and Sei-ichi SAITOH
281-297 Forecasting Locations of Future Large Earthquakes, Using Pattern Informatics Method : A Review
K.Z. NANJO, J.R. HOLLIDAY, C.-c. CHEN, J.B. RUNDLE and D.L. TURCOTTE
299-314 Injury Surveillance System for Preventing Children's Injury that Circulates Reusable Knowledge
Yoichi MOTOMURA, Yoshifumi NISHIDA, Tatsuhiro YAMANAKA, Kouji KITAMURA, Aya KANEKO, Yasunori SHIBATA and Hiroshi MIZOGUCHI
315-331 Graph Mining and Its Application to Statistical Modeling
Takashi WASHIO, Tomoyuki HIGUCHI, Seiya IMOTO, Yoshinori TAMADA, Ken SATO and Hiroshi MOTODA
333-356 Utilizing Heterogeneous Genomic Data to Estimate Gene Networks
Yoshinori TAMADA, Seiya IMOTO and Satoru MIYANO
357-373 Estimating Protein Network from Multiple Genomic Data by Kernel Methods
Yoshihiro YAMANISHI and Jean-Philippe VERT
375-403 Prediction and Discovery : Towards Novel Methodology for Genome Data Analysis
Shinto EGUCHI
405-423 Prediction and Estimation from Gene Expression Data Analysis : What We Want to and be Able to Conclude from Data
Shigeyuki OBA
425-444 Quantitative Analysis Method of Network Traffic by Component Decomposition Using Bayesian Time Series Model
Norikazu IKOMA and Kazuo YANA
445-459 A Duration Analysis of Hair Salon Consumers' Behavior and Prediction of Revisit Rates
Yoko KONISHI
461-480 Prediction of Infectious Disease Outbreak with Particular Emphasis on the Statistical Issues Using Transmission Model
Hiroshi NISHIURA and Hisashi INABA
481-510 On Model-selection Problems in Terms of Prediction Mean Squared Error
Naoya KATAYAMA
511-523 Randomness from Computational View Points
Osamu WATANABE

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