Basic Information

Human Interface Laboratory
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Courses - Undergraduate
Discrete Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Applied Algebra, Complex Analysis
Courses - Graduate


Speech Processing, Pattern Recognition and Processing, Magic Graph
Educational Background, Biography
1979 Mathematics, Master of Science, Tohoku Univ.1979-1986 NTT Musashino ECL1986 Doctor of Engineering, Tohoku Univ.1986-1987 visiting researcher, Murray Hill, AT&T Bell Lab.1987-1990 NTT Basic Research Lab.1990-1993 ATR Interpreting Telephony Research Lab.1993- Professor, Univ. of Aizu
Current Research Theme
Magic Graph
Key Topic
Magic Graph
Affiliated Academic Society
ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan), IPSJ, IEICE, IEEE


Tree-ing (Tree Climbing), Back Country Ski (Telemark), Canadian Canoe, Er-hu
School days' Dream
Current Dream
Generation and analysis of Magic Graph in Polyhedron
Favorite Books
Messages for Students
Publications other than one's areas of specialization

Dissertation and Published Works

M. Sugiyama, Integer Graph Assignment Problem, Proc. of IPSJ, 3C-2
(Mar. 2014).

M. Sugiyama, On Search Efficiency Comparison of $\ell_p$
Distance-based Time Series Active Search Algorithm, Trans. of IEICE,
Vol.J91-D, No.8, pp.2071-2079 (Aug. 2008).

M. Sugiyama, T. Okamoto, An Efficient Segment Search Method Based upon
Geometric Properties of Metric Space and Output Probability Sequence,
Trans. of IPSJ, Vol.47, No.6, pp.1675-1686 (June 2006).

S. Takeuchi, M. Sugiyama, Evaluation of Automatic Model Training
Method for Voice/Non-Voice Classification, Trans. of IPSJ, Vol.47,
No.6, pp.1774-1781 (June 2006).unication Lifetime in Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 57, no. 4, July 2008, pp. 2414 - 2425."