[Yuichi Tanaka] Signal and Information Processing over Networks: Fundamental Technologies for a Better World

PRESTO Researcher

Yuichi Tanaka

Yuichi Tanaka

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Institute of Engineering
Associate Professor

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We pursue a world without fear of disease, disaster, and crime. In this project, I consider one of fundamental technologies for realizing a better world: Analysis of data acquired from large sensor netwoks. Specifically, I study theories of signal processing on graphs, which has been a rapidly developing research area in signal and information processing. Analysis of epidemics, estimation of starting locations of wildfire, and surveillance systems with sensor swarms are promising applications.

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