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Yoshinori Chayama (Graduate School of Science and Engineering) Receives Outstanding Poster Award at 2017 JSIAM Annual Conference

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Updated Sep. 19, 2017
From September 6 to 8, 2017, the 2017 Annual Conference of the Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JSIAM) was held at Musashino University in Tokyo. At the event, Yoshinori Chayama (Major of Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering) received the Outstanding Poster Award.

Chayama demonstrated that the Slow Start (SIS) model, known as a traffic flow simulator by cellular automata, has a temporary storage property by formulating its time transition rule by polynomials.

Title of Presentation
Formulation of the Slow Start model by polynomials and its temporary storage property

Presenter
Yoshinori Chayama
(second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Co-authors
Saori Konishi (fourth year, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Sennosuke Watanabe (Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology, Oyama College)
Akiyasu Tomoeda (Associate Professor, Musashino University)
Yoshihide Watanabe (Professor, Doshisha University)
Yoshinori Chayama (Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
From September 6 to 8, 2017, the 2017 Annual Conference of the Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JSIAM) was held at Musashino University in Tokyo. At the event, Yoshinori Chayama (Major of Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering) received the Outstanding Poster Award.

Chayama demonstrated that the Slow Start (SIS) model, known as a traffic flow simulator by cellular automata, has a temporary storage property by formulating its time transition rule by polynomials.

Title of Presentation
Formulation of the Slow Start model by polynomials and its temporary storage property

Presenter
Yoshinori Chayama
(second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Co-authors
Saori Konishi (fourth year, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Sennosuke Watanabe (Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology, Oyama College)
Akiyasu Tomoeda (Associate Professor, Musashino University)
Yoshihide Watanabe (Professor, Doshisha University)