Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan

Chuo University , literally Central University, is a private university in Tokyo, renowned for its law school. Chuo is one of the most prestigious schools in Japan. The University has four campuses at Tama , at Korakuen , at Ichigaya , and at Ichigaya-Tamachi . Chuo University has six faculties, ten graduate schools, and nine research institutes. It also operates four high schools and two junior high schools. Wikipedia.


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Oki Electric Industry Co. and Chuo University | Date: 2014-10-20

There is provided an information processing apparatus including: an input unit inputting first vibration information observed from a moving body; a generating unit generating second vibration information based on a periodic function including at least one parameter that models periodic motion of the moving body; and an estimating unit estimating the at least one parameter based on a comparison result for the first vibration information inputted by the input unit and the second vibration information generated by the generating unit. The estimating unit repeatedly estimates the at least one parameter based on a comparison result for the first vibration information and the second vibration information that has been regenerated by the generating unit using the estimated at least one parameter.


Nakao Y.,Kyoto University | Hiyama T.,Chuo University
Chemical Society Reviews | Year: 2011

Much attention has been paid to the cross-coupling reaction of organosilicon compounds due to their stability, non-toxicity, and natural abundance of silicon. In addition, the silicon-based cross-coupling has many advantages over other cross-coupling protocols. Successful examples of the silicon-based cross-coupling reaction are reviewed, focusing especially on the advances made in the last decade. Having had a number of highly effective palladium catalysts developed mainly for other cross-coupling reactions, the development of the silicon-based protocol owes heavily to the design of organosilicon reagents which effectively undergo transmetalation, a key elemental step of the silicon-based cross-coupling reaction. This tutorial review thus classifies various organosilicon reagents depending on substituents on silicon and surveys their cross-coupling reactions with various electrophiles. © 2011 The Royal Society of Chemistry.


Ishikawa N.,Chuo University
Structure and Bonding | Year: 2010

Magnetismand electronic structure of two types of phthalocyanine-based magnets, "ferromagnets" and "single-molecule magnets," both of which exhibit spontaneous magnetization but by different mechanism, are reviewed. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010.


Komatsu T.,Chuo University
Nanoscale | Year: 2012

This review presents highlights of our latest results of studies directed at developing protein-based smart nanotubes for biomedical applications. These practical biocylinders were prepared using an alternate layer-by-layer (LbL) assembly of protein and oppositely charged poly(amino acid) into a nanoporous polycarbonate (PC) membrane (pore diameter, 400 nm), with subsequent dissolution of the template. The tube wall typically comprises six layers of poly-l-arginine (PLA) and human serum albumin (HSA) [(PLA/HSA) 3]. The obtained (PLA/HSA) 3 nanotubes (NTs) can be dispersed in aqueous medium and are hydrated significantly. Several ligands for HSA, such as zinc(ii) protoporphyrin IX (ZnPP), were bound to the HSA component in the cylindrical wall. Similar NTs comprising recombinant HSA mutant, which has a strong binding affinity for ZnPP, captured the ligand more tightly. The Fe 3O 4-coated NTs can be collected easily by exposure to a magnetic field. The hybrid NTs bearing a single avidin layer as an internal wall captured biotin-labeled nanoparticles into the central channel when their particle size is sufficiently small to enter the pores. The NTs with an antibody surface interior entrapped human hepatitis B virus with size selectivity. It is noteworthy that the infectious Dane particles were encapsulated completely into the hollows. Other HSA-based NTs having an α-glucosidase inner wall hydrolysed a glucopyranoside to yield α-d-glucose. A perspective of the practical use of the protein-based NTs is also described. This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2012.


Patent
Chuo University | Date: 2013-08-20

To reduce deterioration of non-volatile memory and write data at higher speed, writing data is stored in a ReRAM when a page utilization rate R is lower than a threshold Rth1 and/or the writing data is frequently-rewritten data. With an empty space Semp2 in the ReRAM being less than a threshold Sth (step S110), when the data in the ReRAM is infrequently-rewritten data and the page utilization rate R obtained if target data is stored in a flash memory 22 is equal to or higher than a threshold value Rth3 (steps S120 and S130), data of logical sectors contained in N logical page addresses stored in a transfer list is read from the ReRAM to be written to the flash memory (steps S140 to S160). These steps reduce deterioration of the flash memory and allow higher data writing.


A novel hemoglobin-albumin complex which has high stability of the oxygenated form, has high biocompatibility, and is easily prepared (synthesized), and an artificial plasma expander and an artificial oxygen carrier containing the complex are provided. The hemoglobin-albumin complex of the invention is characterized by having hemoglobin as the core, and albumin as the shell bound via a crosslinker to the above hemoglobin. Also, the artificial oxygen carrier of the invention is characterized by containing the hemoglobin-albumin complex of the invention.


Patent
Chuo University | Date: 2013-08-09

To improve a reading speed and a writing speed while preventing occurrence of disturbance in a resistance storage element, specifically, a nonvolatile storage device includes a memory including at least one nonvolatile resistance storage element and a control unit configured to write a high resistance state or a low resistance state to the resistance storage element, wherein the control unit applies a bias to the resistance storage element in a verification operation carried out after writing the high resistance state, or applies a bias to the resistance storage element in a verification operation carried out after writing the low resistance state, these biases being in directions opposite to each other. An object of the present invention is to improve a reading speed and a writing speed while preventing occurrence of disturbance in a resistance storage element. Specifically, a nonvolatile storage device 100 according to the present invention includes a memory 102 including at least one nonvolatile resistance storage element and a control unit 104 configured to write a high resistance state or a low resistance state to the resistance storage element, wherein the control unit applies a bias to the resistance storage element in a verification operation carried out after writing the high resistance state, or applies a bias to the resistance storage element in a verification operation carried out after writing the low resistance state, these biases being in directions opposite to each other.


Patent
Chuo University | Date: 2014-05-08

Degradation in processing capability due to copying during garbage collection is reduced. A data storage system includes a memory unit provided with a memory, into which data are written in units of pages, and a memory controller that controls writing of data to the memory; and a controller that indicates, to the memory controller, a logical page address to which data are to be written. The memory controller determines a target block that is a block to be erased when garbage collection is next performed and provides the controller with information on a logical page address corresponding to a physical page address of a valid page in the target block. The controller instructs the memory controller to write data to the logical page address received from the memory controller.


Patent
Chuo University | Date: 2013-11-21

A semiconductor storage device includes at least one memory from among a primary memory, a minor memory storing data corresponding to data stored in the primary memory, and a buffer memory; and a controller that controls the at least one memory so as to store data in the at least one memory and read data from the at least one memory.


Patent
Denso Corporation and Chuo University | Date: 2014-11-07

A green alga variant having a dual-specificity tyrosine-phosphorylation regulated protein kinase activity that is reduced compared to a dual-specificity tyrosine-phosphorylation regulated protein kinase activity of a parental strain is provided. The green alga variant increases a total amount of a lipid production per unit time and per unit culture area compared to a total amount of a lipid production of the parental strain. A dual-specificity tyrosine-phosphorylation regulated protein kinase of the parental strain is a protein having an amino acid sequence with at least 50% sequence identity with the amino acid sequence of an active site and a substrate recognition site of SEQ ID NO: 4 and having the dual-specificity tyrosine-phosphorylation regulated protein kinase activity.

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