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Akira Saito | OMICS International
ISSN:2090-5025

Bioceramics Development and Applications
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Akira Saito

Akira Saito Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science and System Analysis
Nihon University
Sakurajosui 3-25-40
Setagaya-Ku
Tokyo 156-8550
JAPAN

Biography

Graph theory , A hamiltonian cycle of a graph is a cycle which contains all the vertices of the graph. A graph having a hamiltonian cycle is called a hamiltonian graph. Although it is an NP-complete problem to decide the hamiltonicity of a graph, there are many sufficient conditions for a graph to be hamiltonian, some of which reveal a strong connection between hamiltonicity and other graph invariants.Analysis and Control of the Nano-sctructure on the Surface of Materials, Structural Color, Elemental Analysis of the Biological Cells, Scanning Probe Microscopy, Synchrotron Radiation. Optical engineering, Photon science, Nanomaterials chemistry, Nanostructural chemistry, Biomedical engineering/Biomaterial science and engineering, Material processing/Microstructural control engineering, Inorganic materials/Physical properties, Thin film/Surface and interfacial physical properties. Analysis and Control of the Nano-sctructure on the Surface of Materials, Structural Color, Elemental Analysis of the Biological Cells, Scanning Probe Microscopy, Synchrotron Radiation

Research Interest

Graph theory, Nano-sctructure, Nanomaterials chemistry, Optical engineering

Publications

Contribution of Visual Input to the Subjective Visual Vertical During Prolonged Lateral Tilt Position

Fumiyuki Goto, Tomoko Tsutumi, Hironari Kobayashi, Akira Saito, Jin Kanzaki, Takanobu Kunihiro and Kaoru Ogawa

Research Article: J Neurol Neurophysiol 2010, 1:103

DOI: 10.4172/2155-9562.1000103

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