Shinji TANI


A 1.9GHz Low-Phase-Noise Complementary Cross-Coupled FBAR-VCO without Additional Voltage Headroom in 0.18µm CMOS Technology
Guoqiang ZHANG Awinash ANAND Kousuke HIKICHI Shuji TANAKA Masayoshi ESASHI Ken-ya HASHIMOTO Shinji TANIGUCHI Ramesh K. POKHAREL 
Publication:   
Publication Date: 2017/04/01
Vol. E100-C  No. 4  pp. 363-369
Type of Manuscript:  Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Solid-State Circuit Design — Architecture, Circuit, Device and Design Methodology)
Category: 
Keyword: 
complementary cross-coupled VCODC latchFBAR-VCOparasitic oscillationphase noise
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Error Probability Analysis of Majority Decision in Tree Network Composed of BSC
Kazutaka NISHINO Shinji TANI Ikuo OKA Shingo ATA 
Publication:   IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2011/02/01
Vol. E94-B  No. 2  pp. 562-564
Type of Manuscript:  LETTER
Category: Network
Keyword: 
wireless sensor networkpath diversitybinary tree networkbinary symmetric channel
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Finding a Minimal Siphon Containing Specified Places in a General Petri Net
Masahiro YAMAUCHI Shinji TANIMOTO Toshimasa WATANABE 
Publication:   IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1996/11/25
Vol. E79-A  No. 11  pp. 1825-1828
Type of Manuscript:  Special Section LETTER (Special Section on Description Models for Concurrent Systems and Their Applications)
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Keyword: 
general Petri netsminimal siphonspolynomial-time algorithmsstrongly connectedneddNP-completeness
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Finding Minimal Siphons in General Petri Nets
Shinji TANIMOTO Masahiro YAMAUCHI Toshimasa WATANABE 
Publication:   IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1996/11/25
Vol. E79-A  No. 11  pp. 1817-1824
Type of Manuscript:  Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Description Models for Concurrent Systems and Their Applications)
Category: 
Keyword: 
general Petri netsminimal siphonspolynomial-time algorithmsstrongly connectednessNP-completeness
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