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The Hon. Dr. Hideyasu M. R. "Hide" Sasaki is a computer scientist working in Gov't of Japan for Big Data Initiative and Catholic lawyer admitted to practice in New York, the United States.

Monday, January 1, 2018


I have just finished overnight experiments for an algorithm that I designed for analysis on a biological phenomenon. Its results are marvelous so that I must have been cautious of trustworthiness of the results. My new year began with thorough discussion of the experimental results. That is done for a conference that is to come to Kyoto this year. The due is coming soon. I have no choice rather than sacrificing this new year recess anyhow. I was very much disappointed about some of the conferences held last year. All I can do is that just I hard work over my topic. What else can I do?

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

After almost half a month travel through Asia and Hawaii, I have been back to Tokyo last week. A pile of emails occupied my laptop. It's really bad as always. A good news is that results of experiments of a new algorithm look nice to me. Everything is going well but for a small fraction of too much well going piece of the results. I must put that portion into a second try of the algorithm.


It's cold and windy today in Tokyo. After a series of long journey, I decided not to come to Rio de Janeiro next July, that is far away from Tokyo. Maybe not a small number of people who joined SSCI agree with me on that point. Too far from anywhere, geometrically and psychologically.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Disanthus cercidifolius has blossomed with a tiny red purple flower just after its leaves turned vivid red this week. Autumn has come, and winter quickly approaches Tokyo. It is the best season to enjoy flowers here!

Sunday, November 5, 2017


Weather changes day by day in Tokyo. It's cool and windy today, and shall be warm extraordinarily tomorrow. This year is really strange. Camellia has no flower yet. It is in the beginning of Camellia blossom season in autumn. What is going on this year?

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Leucosceptrum stellipilum has shown its beautiful purple flowers since the day before yesterday in my south east yard. It has been rainy for six days, and it was a very cold rain that I have never experienced here in October. What a strange weather it was! Today it is a lovely day a bid windy. Next week a cyclone is to approach Tokyo area. Again, it must be a bad weather.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Tricyrtis macranthopsis has blossomed in my north east yard this year! This orange-yellow flower is very much appealing to people who love autumn flowers. Tricyrtis hirta f. albescens shows its pure white flower in the north yard. Those ones had not shown any flowers last year, and survived the last year summer. What lovely flowers they have this year. I'm happy to see them again.

Monday, September 25, 2017


The Symposium chair of Swarm Intelligence (IEEE SSCI 2017 SIS) has just sent an email to me. His reason for assigning my paper into a poster session is that he has no vacancy for the oral sessions! Is it the reason for that? Meanwhile, my young friends inside the Conference had begun to move for getting a better direction so as my elder colleagues and friends get in touch with various people who care of the situation on me. They are moving to help me on this matter among them. I'm very much thankful to all of them. Somebody knows something good should be done in the world always. I really thank God who allows me to work with those nice people.