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Social Communication

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FUKUDA Yutaka

Professor of Social Communication

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Keywords: information technologies, The Internet, electronic commerce,electronic data interchange(EDI), electronic money, community network

The information technologies(IT), especially the network technologies such as the Internet and intranet, are providing us with the new tools of the solutions. Please come and join us in researching the potentials of the IT.

E-mail:fukuda@hc.uec.ac.jp, Tel: +81-42-443-5263, Room:W-6-509

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KAJIURA Atsushi

Associate Professor of Social Communication

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Keywords: Political and Diplomatic History

My research area is the Diplomatic History of Ainu-moshir (Karafuto, Hokkaido) and the Ryukyus (Okinawa, Amami).

E-mail:kajiura@hc.uec.ac.jp, Tel: +81-42-443-5519, Room:E-1-511

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SAKAMOTO Maki

Associate Professor of Social Communication

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Keywords: Cognitive Science, Cognitive Linguistics

My research is primarily devoted to cognitive linguistics, which is a linguistic research of all kinds on the interaction between language and cognition. My specific interests within cognitive linguistics center on natural language semantics and categorization such as prototypicality, cognitive models, metaphor, and imagery. My recent specializations include the relationship between advertisement and cognitive processing.

E-mail:sakamoto@hc.uec.ac.jp, Tel: +81-42-443-5535, Room:W-6-511

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TAKADAMA Keiki

Associate Professor of Social Communication

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Keywords: multiagent systems, reinforcement learning, social simulations, computational organization theory

Takadama lab. addresses both issues of ``multiagent systems'' and ``social simulations'', and explores control methods or agent/system design methodologies for complex systems where multiple autonomous agents interact with each other. In particular, our lab. seeks answers to the questions of what kinds of elements contribute to developing desired systems or organizations.

E-mail:keiki@hc.uec.ac.jp, Tel: +81-42-443-5808, Room:W-6-307

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