Japanese

 MUROFUSHI, Toshiaki

  Associate Professor,   School of Computing,   Tokyo Institute of Technology




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Contact information

Mailing Address
School of Computing, Tokyo Institute of Technology,
4259-G3-47 Nagatsuta, Midori-ku, Yokohama 226-8502, JAPAN
 
E-mail
murofusi "at mark "dot" c "dot" titech "dot" ac "dot" jp ("at mark" -> @ / "dot" -> .)
 
Room
Room 922, 9th fl., Bldg. G3, Suzukakedai campus
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Profile

Year of birth    1960

Education
1987  Doctor of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology
1984  Master of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology
1982  Bachelor of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Research area
( Soft computing, fuzzy system, or intelligent system is not included. )

Membership of academic societies

Awards
1992 Young investigator award from Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Systems
1992 Distinguished author award from Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Systems
2007 Contribution award from Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics
2008 Distinguished author award from Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics
2008 Best paper award from Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics
2011 Fellow of International Fuzzy Systems Association
2014 Best paper award from Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics

Academic activities

List of publications
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Laboratory

Research subjects
The research subjects of the laboratory are set functions (non-additive measures, fuzzy measures, or weighted hypergraphs), piecewise-linear functions, formal concept analysis, and information visualization.   ( Soft computing, fuzzy system, or intelligent system is not included. )
In mathematics one plus one equals nothing but two, while in actuality there are many cases where one plus one does not equal two: cooperation among people, subjective evaluation, human judgments on uncertainty, etc. The concept of set function is useful for formal description and computerization of such cases. So far there have been several applications of set functions: an evaluation analysis of printed color image (Dai Nippon Printing Co.), an evaluation system of TV programs (Hakuhodo Inc.), and an evaluation aid to cellular phone design (Mitsubishi Electric Co.). There also have been many studies on applications to uncertainty management in databases and expert systems.

Members
There are one master-course student and six doctor-course students.

Seminars
Seminars are arranged for students' interest, mathematics or engineering.
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Murofushi Lab.