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A characterization of operator order via grand Furuta
seo Yuki
Journal of Inequalities and Applications , 2001,
Abstract: As an application of the grand Furuta inequality, we shall show a characterization of usual order associated with operator equation and a Kantorovich type order preserving operator inequality by using essentially the same idea of [9].
Kazuo Ohzeki,,Yuki Seo,,Engyoku Gi
International Journal of Computer Science & Applications , 2010,
On Ozeki's inequality
Izumino Saichi,Mori Hideo,Seo Yuki
Journal of Inequalities and Applications , 1998,
Abstract: We shall obtain the best bound in Ozeki's inequality which estimates the difference of Cauchy's inequality. We also give an operator version of Ozeki's inequality which extends an inequality on the variance of an operator.
Developed Matrix inequalities via Positive Multilinear Mappings
Mahdi Dehghani,Mohsen Kian,Yuki Seo
Mathematics , 2015, DOI: 10.1016/j.laa.2015.06.028
Abstract: Utilizing the notion of positive multilinear mappings, we give some matrix inequalities. In particular, Choi--Davis--Jensen and Kantorovich type inequalities including positive multilinear mappings are presented.
Inequalities of Furuta and Mond–Pe ari on the Hadamard product
Seo Yuki,Takahasi Sin-El,Pe?ari? Josip,Mi?i? Jadranka
Journal of Inequalities and Applications , 2000,
Abstract: As a continuation of (J. Mi i , Y. Seo, S.-E. Takahasi and M. Tominaga, Inequalities of Furuta and Mond–Pe ari , Math. Ineq. Appl., 2 (1999), 83–111), we shall discuss complementary results to Jensen's type inequalities on the Hadamard product of positive operators, which is based on the idea due to Furuta and Mond–Pe ari . We shall show Hadamard product versions of operator inequalities associated with extensions of H lder–McCarthy and Kantorovich inequalities established by Furuta, Ky Fan and Mond–Pe ari .
An Empirical Investigation of Common Sense of Land Use from a Statistical Approach  [PDF]
Yuki Hanashima
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2012.42014
Abstract: Recently, ontological study has been one of the key concerns of geographic information science, a number of studies have been conducted in both of philosophical and knowledge engineering approach. Some studies pointed out the importance of human cognition and social context for development of ontologies. This paper presents empirical investigation of common sense of land use categories for development of suitable ontologies for each cultural or speech communities. Distinctions and characteristics in perceiving land use categories were described by a psychological method that was submitted to Japanese graduate and undergraduate students. In addition the results were analyzed using corresponddence analysis, a statistical technique for categorical data. This analysis serves to clarify the dominant determining factors for land use categories.
Simulation of Human Phonation with Vocal Nodules  [PDF]
Shinji Deguchi, Yuki Kawahara
American Journal of Computational Mathematics (AJCM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2011.13022
Abstract: The geometric and biomechanical properties of the larynx strongly influence voice quality and efficiency. A physical understanding of phonation natures in pathological conditions is important for predictions of how voice disorders can be treated using therapy and rehabilitation. Here, we present a continuum-based numerical model of phonation that considers complex fluid-structure interactions occurring in the airway. This model considers a three-dimensional geometry of vocal folds, muscle contractions, and viscoelastic properties to provide a realistic framework of phonation. The vocal fold motion is coupled to an unsteady compressible respiratory flow, allowing numerical simulations of normal and diseased phonations to derive clear relationships between actual laryngeal structures and model parameters such as muscle activity. As a pilot analysis of diseased phonation, we model vocal nodules, the mass lesions that can appear bilaterally on both sides of the vocal folds. Comparison of simulations with and without the nodules demonstrates how the lesions affect vocal fold motion, consequently restricting voice quality. Furthermore, we found that the minimum lung pressure required for voice production increases as nodules move closer to the center of the vocal fold. Thus, simulations using the developed model may provide essential insight into complex phonation phenomena and further elucidate the etiologic mechanisms of voice disorders.
A Study of Service Desk Setup in Implementing IT Service Management in Enterprises  [PDF]
Xiaojun Tang, Yuki Todo
Technology and Investment (TI) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ti.2013.43022
Abstract: Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) provides a framework to provide IT related services and the interaction of IT staff with users, and is often related with the British Government’s Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL). ITIL offers a set of “best practices” for managing IT services and is one of the most widely accepted approaches to IT service management in the world. Recently, more and more enterprises implemented a centralized IT service management model based on the ITIL framework. However, even by adopting ITIL, most of the enterprises didn’t improve their IT service management level. Some factors become the barriers to the success of ITIL and ITSM implementation. In some cases, enterprises paid more attention to IT infrastructure setup and operation but neglect the importance of Service Desk. In this study, we first review ITSM, ITIL and Service Desk. Second, we identify a full function of new Service Desk and how to setup a good Service Desk. Enterprises should take proper measures in building a mature Service Desk to ensure successful implementation of ITSM.
Performance of Thermal Energy Storage Unit Using Solid Ammoniated Salt (CaCl2-NH3 System)  [PDF]
Yuki Sakamoto, Hideki Yamamoto
Natural Resources (NR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/nr.2014.58031
The exothermic chemical reaction of CaCl2 (calcium chloride) with NH3 (ammonia) can be utilized as an energy storage system. Since this reaction is a typical gas-solid reaction, the reaction rate is controlled by the heat transfer rate. In order to improve the low heat transfer rate of the ammoniation and the deammoniation of CaCl2, the influence of a heat transfer media (Ti: titanium) on the heat transfer rate of the solid ammoniated salt (CaCl2.mNH3) was studied and tested experimentally. The performance tests were carried out under the conditions of various weight ratios of Ti. No decrease of the activation of chemical reaction and no corrosion of experimental apparatus were observed on the repeated runs (≥30 times each). The heat transfer rate of ammoniated salt was greatly improved by adding Ti under the constant pressure (0.5 MPa). The reaction time required for the ammoniation of CaCl2 mixed with Ti was approximately 16% - 54% shorter than that of CaCl2 alone, and the reaction time required for the deammoniation was also approximately 19% - 59% shorter than that of CaCl2 alone.
Measurement of Thermophysical Property of Energy Storage System (CaCl2.NH3 System)  [PDF]
Yuki Sakamoto, Hideki Yamamoto
Natural Resources (NR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/nr.2014.512060
Abstract: In order to measure the thermophysical properties of ammoniated salt (CaCl2.mNH3: m = 4, 8) as an energy storage system utilizing natural resources, the measurement unit was developed, and the thermophysical properties (effective thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity) of CaCl2.mNH3 and CaCl2.mNH3 with heat transfer media (Ti: titanium) were measured by the any heating method. The effective thermal conductivities of CaCl2.4NH3 + Ti and CaCl2.8NH3 + Ti were 0.14 - 0.17 and 0.18 - 0.20 W/(m.K) in the measuring temperature range of 290 - 350 K, respectively, and these values were approximately 1.5 - 2.2 times larger than those of CaCl2.4NH3 and CaCl2.8NH3. The effective thermal diffusivities were 0.22 - 0.24 × 10-6 and 0.18 - 0.19 × 10-6 m2/sin the measuring temperature range of 290 - 350 K, respectively, and these values were approximately 1.3 - 1.5 times larger than those of CaCl2.4NH3 and CaCl2.8NH3. The obtained results show that the thermophysical properties have a dependence on the bulk densities and specific heats of CaCl2.mNH3 and
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