Institutions
Found 299 articles associated to the institution Waseda University.
 
Putting Japanese Technology at the Top of the World With Parallelization of Next Generation Multicore Processors.
14-May-2010

Just over 25 years ago, computer development was centered around hardware with little importance placed on software. The dominant way of thinking in Japan was that if hardware was produced, software would naturally follow. But I thought this was the wrong line of thinking.

Read more of the article entitled 'Putting Japanese Technology at the Top of the World With Parallelization of Next Generation Multicore Processors. '

 
Taking a New Approach to Traditional Archaeology
14-May-2010

In my early student days at School of Political Science and Economics at Waseda University, I put hard work into my theoretical economics and international finance studies in order to become an elite businessman (laughing). But at the time of graduating, new jobs were scarce and I couldn’t find employment.

Read more of the article entitled 'Taking a New Approach to Traditional Archaeology'

 
Whaling and Tuna Fishing Don't fall for the false dichotomy of “Civilized vs. Barbaric”
26-April-2010

Recently whaling has received renewed attention, as has tuna fishing—attention which stems from the relative sensitivity of nations to these global environmental issues.

Read more of the article entitled 'Whaling and Tuna Fishing Don't fall for the false dichotomy of “Civilized vs. Barbaric”'

 
The Dignity of Yokozuna and the Baseball Charter –The Importance of both Academics and Athletics–
26-April-2010

There is a difference between sumo and student baseball—the former is professional and the latter amateur. It would be safe to say, then, that these sports are completely different.

Read more of the article entitled 'The Dignity of Yokozuna and the Baseball Charter –The Importance of both Academics and Athletics–'

 
A Score of 50 for the Hatoyama government (Not passing, makeup test required) —Challenges and Opportunities for the First Six Months in Power
26-April-2010

In his policy speech in October, a month after the inauguration of the new government, Prime Minister Hatoyama announced a shift from post-war politics to a politics which “protects human life and the welfare of the people”.

Read more of the article entitled 'A Score of 50 for the Hatoyama government (Not passing, makeup test required) —Challenges and Opportunities for the First Six Months in Power'

Login
Password reminder.
Create Account...
 

Download PDF