Tetsuro Nishino

D.Sc., Professor
Department of Information and Communication Engineering
The University of Electro-Communications
Chofu, Tokyo 182-8585 Japan

Last updated: Sep 1, 1999

I am a theoretical computer scientist at The university of Electro-Communications. I do research on quantum computation, neuroidal nets and circuit complexity theory. I am mainly interested in computational complexity theory. My goals of research are

  1. to show an inherent difficulty of some problem using methods in circuit and quantum complexity theory, and
  2. to find new computation models (e.g. quantum Turing machines, neuroidal nets, etc.) which can perform essentially faster computations than traditional models.

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