Yoshio Fukushige is a W3C fellow at Keio University from Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (Panasonic). He became a fellow in the Technology and Society domain, in January, 2004. He is also a member of the RDF Data Access Working Group as a participant from Panasonic. His research area is natural language processing (NLP), and he is an ex-member of the EDR project, a national project of Japan to build large-scale dictionaries for NLP, such as machine translation. He has been interested in probabilistic reasoning and its application to document processing these couple of years. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Tokyo. Recent publications include:
- Y. Fukushige: "Giving an Upperbound of the Number of Clusters and Relevant Words in Hierarchical Document Clustering based on BIC", in Proceedings of the NTCIR Workshop 4 Meeting, 2004.
- Y.Fukushige, "Representing Probabilistic Knowledge in the Semantic Web". Position paper for the W3C Workshop on Semantic Web for Life Sciences. Cambridge, MA, USA, Oct. 2004.