Ikkyu Aihara
Ikkyu Aihara
Associate Professor, Tsukuba University
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Spatio-temporal dynamics in collective frog choruses examined by mathematical modeling and field observations
I Aihara, T Mizumoto, T Otsuka, H Awano, K Nagira, HG Okuno, K Aihara
Scientific reports 4 (1), 3891, 2014
Echolocating bats use future-target information for optimal foraging
E Fujioka, I Aihara, M Sumiya, K Aihara, S Hiryu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), 4848-4852, 2016
Modeling synchronized calling behavior of Japanese tree frogs
I Aihara
Physical Review E 80 (1), 011918, 2009
Rapid shifts of sonar attention by Pipistrellus abramus during natural hunting for multiple prey
E Fujioka, I Aihara, S Watanabe, M Sumiya, S Hiryu, JA Simmons, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (6), 3389-3400, 2014
Complex and transitive synchronization in a frustrated system of calling frogs
I Aihara, R Takeda, T Mizumoto, T Otsuka, T Takahashi, HG Okuno, ...
Physical Review E 83 (3), 031913, 2011
Mathematical modeling of frogs’ calling behavior and its possible application to artificial life and robotics
I Aihara, H Kitahata, K Yoshikawa, K Aihara
Artificial Life and Robotics 12, 29-32, 2008
Sound imaging of nocturnal animal calls in their natural habitat
T Mizumoto, I Aihara, T Otsuka, R Takeda, K Aihara, HG Okuno
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 197, 915-921, 2011
Dynamical calling behavior experimentally observed in Japanese tree frogs (Hyla japonica)
I Aihara, S Horai, H Kitahata, K Aihara, K Yoshikawa
IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and …, 2007
Interaction mechanisms quantified from dynamical features of frog choruses
K Ota, I Aihara, T Aoyagi
Royal Society open science 7 (3), 191693, 2020
Acoustic Preference of Frog‐Biting Midges (Corethrella spp) Attacking Túngara Frogs in their Natural Habitat
I Aihara, P de Silva, XE Bernal
Ethology 122 (2), 105-113, 2016
Rhythm interaction in animal groups: selective attention in communication networks
MD Greenfield, I Aihara, G Amichay, M Anichini, V Nityananda
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1835), 20200338, 2021
Qualitative and quantitative analyses of the echolocation strategies of bats on the basis of mathematical modelling and laboratory experiments
I Aihara, E Fujioka, S Hiryu
PloS one 8 (7), e68635, 2013
Nonlinear dynamics and bifurcations of a coupled oscillator model for calling behavior of Japanese tree frogs (Hyla japonica)
I Aihara, K Tsumoto
Mathematical biosciences 214 (1-2), 6-10, 2008
The dual benefits of synchronized mating signals in a Japanese treefrog: attracting mates and manipulating predators
HD Legett, I Aihara, XE Bernal
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1835), 20200340, 2021
Within host acoustic signal preference of frog‐biting mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and midges (Diptera: Corethrellidae) on Iriomote Island, Japan
HD Legett, I Aihara, XE Bernal
Entomological Science 24 (2), 116-122, 2021
Mathematical modelling and application of frog choruses as an autonomous distributed communication system
I Aihara, D Kominami, Y Hirano, M Murata
Royal Society open science 6 (1), 181117, 2019
Traffic noise differentially impacts call types in a Japanese treefrog (Buergeria japonica)
HD Legett, RP Madden, I Aihara, XE Bernal
Ethology 126 (5), 576-583, 2020
Visualizing phonotactic behavior of female frogs in darkness
I Aihara, PJ Bishop, MEB Ohmer, H Awano, T Mizumoto, HG Okuno, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 10539, 2017
Recognition of in-field frog chorusing using Bayesian nonparametric microphone array processing
Y Bando, T Otsuka, I Aihara, H Awano, K Itoyama, K Yoshii, HG Okuno
Workshops at the Twenty-Ninth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2015
Periodic rhythm and anti-phase synchronization in calling behaviors of Japanese rain frogs
I Aihara, H Kitahata, K Aihara, K Yoshikawa
METR 35, 1-10, 2006
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