◎ MIT App Inventor of the Month
Retired emeritus professor of Computer Science Fujio, from Japan, created this amazing app to explain the basic idea and mechanism of reinforcement learning (especially Q-Learning), which is a field of artificial intelligence. We needed some MIT students to help us understand the advanced ideas behind this app, and we are glad to see such deep ideas realized in App Inventor.
Fujio Yamamoto is an emeritus professor from Japan who made this complex app that solves the Hamiltonian cycle problem for a given graph. It's complex yet comprehensive, and if you've ever wanted to learn about Hamiltonian cycles, this is a great place to start!
Retired computer science professor Fujio from Japan, created this fascinating app to access some of his favorite live cameras from across the world. You can enjoy real-time views of some amazing places such as Mount Fuji. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we did.
Retired Computer Science professor Fujio decided to make use of the new generic blocks in App Inventor to make this app where you can train the mobile device to play tic-tac-toe using reinforcement learning.
◎ Best Thunkable Apps
Created by Fujio Yamamoto from Atsugi, Japan
To encourage his students to develop their own Android apps, Professor Fujio Yamamoto from the Kanagawa Institute of Technology built Elevator Fun. This app estimates your elevator’s next stop using your phone’s own acceleration sensor. A must have for elevator aficionados. Click to make your own version.
◎ SunSPOT Award
won the 2009 SunSPOT Award
In the 2009 Sun Microsystems sponsored contest, I won the "General category Sun SPOT Award".
2009年度SunMicrosystems社開催のコンテストにおいて、「一般部門 Sun SPOT賞」を受賞しました。
◎ 情報処理学会 優秀教育賞