Publications

Refereed Journal Papers

  1. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Social Simulation for Improving Product Recall Systems by Layered Coevolution Model and Logic Value Typed Genetic Programming (in Japanese)
    Transaction of the Japanese Society for Evolutionary Computation, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 36–51, 2017. [LINK]

Refereed International Conferences

  1. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Social Simulation of Product Recall Systems Considering Consumers' Perceptions of Money
    The 36th JSST Annual Conference: International Conference on Simulation Technology (JSST 2017), pp. 123–126, Tokyo, October 2017.
    (Student Excellent Presentation Award)
  2. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Simulation for Improving a Product Recall System by Layered Co-evolution Model
    The 35th JSST Annual Conference: International Conference on Simulation Technology (JSST 2016), pp. 169–176, Kyoto, October 2016.

Domestic Conferences (in Japan)

Refereed

  1. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Co-evolutionary Social Simulation for Improving Product Recall Systems Considering Variations of Selling Prices of Products and Multi-objective Inclinations of Consumers (in Japanese)
    Joint Agent Workshops & Symposium 2017 (JAWS 2017), pp. 238–245, Kamogawa (Chiba), September 2017.
    (Excellent Paper Award)

Non-Refereed

  1. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Analysis of trust against product recalls from consumers using the social simulation with the co-evolution model (in Japanese)
    The Japanese Society for Evolutionary Computation - Evolutionary Computation Symposium 2017, pp. 478–485, Mori (Hokkaido), December 2017.
  2. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Co-evolutionary Social Simulation of Product Recalls Considering Diverse Consumers' Perceptions of Money (in Japanese)
    The Society of Insrument and Control Engineers - Symposium on Systems and Information 2017 (SSI 2017), No. SS03-2, pp. 445–450, Hamamatsu, November 2017.
  3. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Co-evolutionary Social Simulation of Product Recalls with Diverse Consumers
    The 14th IEEE Transdisciplinary-Oriented Workshop for Emerging Researchers, p. 42, Tokyo, November 2017.
  4. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Co-evolutionary Social Simulation for Analyzing Product Recall Systems Focusing on Cluster Emergence of Agents (in Japanese)
    Information Processing Society of Japan - Info Hokkaido 2017, No. 44, Sapporo, October 2017.
    (Academic Research Award)
  5. T. Watanabe, T. Kanno, K. Furuta:
    Social Simulation for Improving a Product Recall System by Layered Co-evolution Model (in Japanese)

    The Japanese Society for Evolutionary Computation - Evolutionary Computation Symposium 2016, pp. 484–491, Ichinomiya (Chiba), December 2016.
    (IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Japan Chapter – Young Researcher Award)
    (Best Poster Presentation Award)
  6. T. Watanabe, Y. Matsuo:
    Analysis of Reports on Political Funds using Information on the Web (in Japanese)

    The 29th Annual Conference of the Japan Society of Artificial Intelligence (JSAI 2015), 4M1-Social Activity Analysis-1, Hakodate, June 2015.
  7. T. Watanabe, T. Chikayama:
    Analysis of Groove Feeling of Drums Plays (in Japanese)

    The 67th Program of IPSJ Special Interest Group on Music and Computer (SIGMUS), pp. 27–32, Osaka, October 2006.
  8. T. Watanabe:
    Performance Evaluation of the Co-evolution Algorithm by Using Benchmark Problems (in Japanese)

    Program of Mini-Thesis Presentation in Advanced Robotics Engineering Joint Workshop Group 2004, Tokyo, July 2004.
    (3rd Place Award)

Awards, Grants, etc.

  1. Student Excellent Presentation Award, The 36th JSST Annual Conference: International Conference on Simulation Technology (JSST 2017), October 2017. (Awarded 1 out of 21 presentations)
  2. Academic Research Award, Information Processing Society of Japan – Info Hokkaido 2017, October 2017. (Awarded 2 out of 47 papers)
  3. Excellent Paper Award, Joint Agent Workshops & Symposium 2017 (JAWS 2017), September 2017. (Awarded 2 out of 64 papers)
  4. IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Japan Chapter – Young Researcher Award, December 2016. (Awarded 3 out of 78 papers/presentations)
  5. Best Poster Presentation Award, Evolutionary Computation Symposium 2016, December 2016. (Awarded 2 out of 78 presentations)
  6. Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo Doctoral Student Special Incentives Program (Type A - outstanding candidates)  Awarded, 2015–2017.
  7. 3rd Place Award, Program of Mini-Thesis Presentation in Advanced Robotics Engineering Joint Workshop Group 2004, July 2004. (3rd place among 28 presentations)