Zafar, Sharyal Blavette, Anne Camilleri, Guy Ben Ahmed, Hamid Prince Agbodjan, Jesse James

Increasing the penetration of variable and uncertain renewables and electric vehicles in power systems may give rise to problems (such as network congestion and commitment mismatches) if not controlled strategically. This demands control solutions in the form of energy management strategies for active distribution networks which would control the c...

Tao, Hong Zhang, Xiaoqian Shao, Lei Tan, Xiaoqing
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Quantum Science and Technology

Many-body quantum states, as a matter of fact, are extremely essential to solve certain mathematical problems or simulate quantum systems in measurement-based quantum computation. However, how to verify large-scale quantum states, such as hypergraph states, is an exceedingly hard task for many-body quantum systems. Here, we propose a novel fault-to...

HOANG, Duc Anh

This PDF is not the same as the Accepted Paper for 'WALCOM 2023'. / For a fixed positive integer $d geq 2$, a distance-$d$ independent set (D$d$IS) of a graph is a vertex subset whose distance between any two members is at least $d$. Imagine that there is a token placed on each member of a D$d$IS. Two D$d$ISs are adjacent under Token Sliding ($math...

HOANG, Duc A. SUZUKI, Akira YAGITA, Tsuyoshi

A vertex subset I of a graph G is called a k-path vertex cover if every path on k vertices in G contains at least one vertex from I. The K-PATH VERTEX COVER RECONFIGURATION (K-PVCR) problem asks if one can transform one k-path vertex cover into another via a sequence of k-path vertex covers where each intermediate member is obtained from its predec...

Bohm, Clifford Kirkpatrick, Douglas Cao, Victoria Adami, Christoph

Assessing where and how information is stored in biological networks (such as neuronal and genetic networks) is a central task both in neuroscience and in molecular genetics, but most available tools focus on the network's structure as opposed to its function. Here we introduce a new information-theoretic tool: "information fragmentation analysis" ...

Yu, Shanshan Krzysztof, Przystupa Yan, Lingyu Maksymovych, Volodymyr Stakhiv, Roman Malohlovets, Andrii Kochan, Orest
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Measurement Science Review

In information security systems, the algorithm of the Blum-Blum-Shub (BBS) generator, which is based on the use of a one-way function and is a cryptographically secure pseudorandom number generator, became widespread. In this paper, the problem of the analysis of modified algorithms of the BBS generator operation is considered to improve their stat...

Hamada, Koki

京都大学 / 新制・課程博士 / 博士(情報学) / 甲第24030号 / 情博第786号 / 新制||情||133(附属図書館) / 京都大学大学院情報学研究科知能情報学専攻 / (主査)准教授 宮崎 修一, 教授 岡部 寿男, 教授 阿久津 達也, 教授 湊 真一 / 学位規則第4条第1項該当 / Doctor of Informatics / Kyoto University / DFAM

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The advancement of the Internet of Things (IoT) has transfigured the overlay of the physical world by superimposing digital information in various sectors, including smart cities, industry, healthcare, etc. Among the various shared information, visual data are an insensible part of smart cities, especially in healthcare. As a result, visual-IoT res...

Kim, Hyoseok Watel, Dimitri Faye, Alain Hervet, Cédric

On the complexity of the data-driven Wasserstein distributionally robust binary problem

NGUYEN, Minh Hieu BAIOU, Mourad NGUYEN, Viet Hung

Nash balanced assignment problem