last update: 2006/10/13(Fri) 8:00
On the days 2006/10/12 and 13, at Nara Woman's University, the 17th ALGI will be held. If you would like to give talks, please contact Toshinori Takai (email@example.com).
The meeting place is the meeting room of the faculty of science at Nara Woman's University.
12th (Thur) morning session 10:00 〜 10:00 〜 10:45 Hideki Tsuiki (Kyoto University) title: SUDOKU coloring of a fractal 2-dimensional solid. abstract: We present a series of self-similar 3-dimensional objects which have similarity dimension 2, and which have the same square shadows when projected along the three (x-, y-, z-) axes. Among them, the one generated from a hexagonal bipyramid is interesting in that it has square shadows when projected along 6 directions. It has nine similitudes of size 1/3, and therefore its level 2 approximation is composed of 81 hexagonal bipyramids, and when it is looked at in 6 directions, we have 3x3 squares composing a large square, and each square is also composed of 3x3 small squares. This pattern is nothing but the "SUDOKU" pattern. We assign 9 colors to the 81 hexagonal bipyramids so that each column and each row and each 9-block have all the nine colors when it is looked at in all the 6 directions. The coloring algorithm applies to any even-level approximation of this fractal solid. 10:45 〜 11:00 break 11:00 〜 12:00 星野直彦（京都大学） title: BCI、BCKからのLCAの構成とrealizability abstract: 12th (Thur) evening session 13:30 〜 13:30 〜 14:10 Jian-Qin LIU (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Kobe Advanced ICT Research Center) title: On topologically interacted cellular pathways by algebraic operations: an information-theoretic method for proteom-informatics abstract: Reconstruction of pathway networks is a significant theme in proteom-informatics. However, the complexity derived from the corresponding reconstruction algorithms makes it difficult to obtain the high speed of their computation processes. A novel information-theoretic method is proposed to encode the topological interaction structure of signaling pathways in cells where algebraic operators are designed based on the spatial constraints of the cellular pathways. As a result, polynomial time complexity can be achieved from the topological interaction processes for certain kinds of phosphorylation/dephosphorylation trees where cross-talks among phosphorylation/dephosphorylation trees are described by algebraic operators. 14:10 〜 15:00 Yasuo Kawahara (Kyusyu University) title: Urysohn の補題の関係理論からの考察 abstract: Urysohn の補題は正規(T4)空間を特徴付けるものとして知られている。 ここでは、この補題の証明を代数的、関係理論的な観点から考察する。 15:00 〜 15:30 break 15:30 〜 17:00 Tadeusz Litak (JAIST) title: Algebraization of hybrid logic with binders and the bounded fragment of predicate logic abstract: This paper introduces an algebraic semantics for hybrid logic with binders. It is known that this formalism is a modal counterpart of the bounded fragment of first-order logic, studied by Feferman in the 1960's (Areces, Blackburn, Marx). The algebraization process leads to an interesting class of boolean algebras with operators, called substitution-satisfaction algebras (SSA's). We prove a representation theorem for these algebras and thus provide an algebraic proof of completeness for hybrid logic. Our proof is similar to Andreka-Nemeti algebraic proof of completeness for first-order logic. The fact that the bounded fragment is a conservative reduction class for first-order logic hints that there is a connection between cylindric algebras and SSA's: we identify a subvariety of SSA's, whose term-reducts are cylindric algebras. 13日 午前の部 9:00 開始 13日 9:00 〜 10:00 藤本 尚子，野口 真理子，鴨 浩靖，新出 尚之 （登壇は藤本） （奈良女子大学） title: Implementing make in Prolog ---mipl--- abstract: We introduce a project to re-implement make in Prolog, called `mipl'. Since make and Prolog have a common feature that they use the backward reasoning to find out a solution, it is natural to re-implement make in Prolog. Using Prolog, we can enjoy various merits such as introducing data structures and using function definitions. In addition, unlike the case of make, we can prevent future appearance of many incompatible extensions, since new features can be added as libraries. This project aims to provide a legitimate replacement of make so that it can compile a whole operating system. In this talk, we describe our designing strategy of mipl and current status of the progress of our project. 13日 10:00 〜 11:00 Koki Nishizawa (CVS, AIST) title: Weighted Kripke Structures and Refinement of Models abstract: We consider binary relations weighted over frames to express intermediate degree of relationship. We reformulate the notions of transition systems, Kripke structures and simulations between them to formulate multi-valued model checking of modal mu-calculus. Discussion on the use of multi-valued model checking to refine models in the usual sense follows. 13日 11:00 〜 12:00 Mitsuhiko FUJIO (Kyushu Institute of Technology) title: On temporalizations of normal modal logics --Morphological analysis for logic-- abstract: The temporalization problem is the problem of construction and classification of temporalization for a given modal logic. A temporal logic carries two dual pairs of modal operators (F,G) and (P,H). By taking each pair of them, one obtains a normal modal logic. We refer to this situation as a strict temporalization of the normal modal logic. Under mathematical morphological investigation over non-classical logics, we showed that an adjoint pair of modal operators gives rise to a temporal logic. This result can be used to show the existence of a temporalization for a normal modal logic. By combining with canonical models, mathematical morphology illustrates the relationship between a modal logic and its temporalization. 13th (Fri) evening session 13:30 〜 13:30 〜 14:30 Yuki Kato (NAIST) title: 確率文法と生物配列解析への応用 abstract: 近年、情報科学と生命科学の融合分野であるバイオインフォマティクスの研 究が盛んに行われている。ここでは、RNA（リボ核酸）の構造を形式文法を 用いてモデル化する試みに焦点を当てる。まず、文脈自由文法（CFG）を定 義し、RNAの構造をCFGでモデル化する方法を解説する。また、CFGを確率文 脈自由文法（SCFG）と呼ばれる確率モデルに拡張し、RNAの構造解析法を説 明する。次に、シュードノットと呼ばれるCFGでは表現できない部分構造を 記述する形式文法として、多重文脈自由文法（MCFG）を紹介し、確率モデル に拡張して構造予測を行った結果を示す。 14:30 〜 15:00 Satoshi Kobayashi (Department of Computer Sciences, Faculty of Science, Kyouto Sangyo University) title: 極限計算可能数学のゲーム意味論 abstract: