■キミを舐めたとしても■ 完全版

ゴマブックス株式会社
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キミは、喋れないもんね――


僕が、謎を秘めた少女・葵と交わした契約。それは「奴隷になること」だった。

僕と葵、二人の静かな、でも果てしなく奇妙な共同生活が始まった。

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ゴマブックス株式会社
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Published on
Sep 18, 2015
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Pages
273
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Japanese
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Fiction / Romance / General
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大学生になり、幼馴染の俊との関係を進展させたい菜緒。
でもなぜか俊は距離をおきたがっている。
美人でお嬢様のライバルも登場し、諦めかけた菜緒だったが……。
意外な真実が見え隠れする爽やかな青春ラブストーリー

只今人気沸騰中の若い声優陣による、熱いドラマ形式の朗読でお楽しみください。

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●著者プロフィール ●
戸塚孝美(とづかたかみ)
作家、シナリオライター。大阪出身、元コピーライター。
リズムがあるコメディタッチを得意とする。趣味は旅行、映画・ドラマ鑑賞など。
劇団未成年の舞台脚本、ゲーム数社の恋愛シナリオを担当。
他にも芳本美代子出演・演出の舞台化小説「消防署の方から来ました!」などを執筆。



●朗読者プロフィール●
森田菜緒:大森ゆずか:11月12日生。趣味はサックス。他に「ドラゴンクライシス」など出演。
河村俊:川崎研人:11月30日生。特技は料理。イケメン役には定評あり。
相川紗枝:長明日香:5月29日生。学生時代は演劇部に所属。どんな役でもこなす。
香織:鞍掛夏生:8月19日生。子供、萌キャラ、小動物系が得意。「ドラゴンクライシス」「フリージング」にも出演。
ナレーター:佐川有香:大学時代は放送研究部に所属。広い年齢層からニュース原稿まで。DJライセンス1級。他「デジタル絵本」に出演。
The desire for precise knowledge about the location of a moving object at any time instant has motivated a great deal of scientific research recently. This is owing to a steady expansion of the range of enabling devices and technologies, as well as the need for seamless solutions for location-based services. Besides localization accuracy, a common requirement for emerging solutions is that they are cost-abstemious, both in terms of the financial and computational cost. Hence, development of localization strategies from already deployed technologies, e.g., from different terrestrial radio frequency sources is of great practical interest. Amongst other, these include localization strategies based on received signal strength (RSS), time of arrival, angle of arrival (AoA) or a combination of them. 

RSS-AoA-based Target Localization and Tracking in Wireless Sensor Networks presents recent advances in developing algorithms for target localization and tracking, reflecting the state-of-the-art algorithms and research achievements in target localization and tracking based on hybrid (RSS-AoA) measurements.

Technical topics discussed in the book include:Centralized RSS-AoA-based Target LocalizationDistributed RSS-AoA-based Target LocalizationRSS-AoA-based Target Tracking via Maximum A Posteriori EstimatorRSS-AoA-based Target Tracking via Kalman Filter RSS-AoA-based via Sensor Navigation

This book is of interest for personnel in telecommunications and surveillance industries, military, smart systems, as well as academic staff and postgraduate/research students in telecommunications, signal processing, and non-smooth and convex optimization. 

This book challenges the assumption that morphological data are inherently unsuitable for phylogeny reconstruction, argues that both molecular and morphological phylogenies should play a major role in systematics, and provides the most comprehensive review of the comparative anatomy, homologies and evolution of the head, neck, pectoral and upper limb muscles of primates.

Chapters 1 and 2 provide an introduction to the main aims and methodology of the book.

Chapters 3 and 4 and Appendices I and II present the data obtained from dissections of the head, neck, pectoral and upper limb muscles of representative members of all the major primate groups including modern humans, and compare these data with the information available in the literature.

Appendices I and II provide detailed textual (attachments, innervation, function, variations and synonyms) and visual (high quality photographs) information about each muscle for the primate taxa included in the cladistic study of Chapter 3, thus providing the first comprehensive and up to date overview of the comparative anatomy of the head, neck, pectoral and upper limb muscles of primates.

The most parsimonious tree obtained from the cladistic analysis of 166 head, neck, pectoral and upper limb muscle characters in 18 primate genera, and in representatives of the Scandentia, Dermoptera and Rodentia, is fully congruent with the evolutionary molecular tree of Primates, thus supporting the idea that muscle characters are particularly useful to infer phylogenies.

The combined anatomical materials provided in this book point out that modern humans have fewer head, neck, pectoral and upper limb muscles than most other living primates, but are consistent with the proposal that facial and vocal communication and specialized thumb movements have probably played an important role in recent human evolution.

This book will be of interest to primatologists, comparative anatomists, functional morphologists, zoologists, physical anthropologists, and systematicians, as well as to medical students, physicians and researchers interested in understanding the origin, evolution, homology and variations of the muscles of modern humans.

Contains 132 color plates.

Chimpanzees, including bonobos and common chimpanzees, are our closest living relatives. However, surprisingly, the information about the soft tissues of bonobos is very scarce, making it difficult to discuss and understand human evolution. This book, which is the first photographic and descriptive musculoskeletal atlas of bonobos (Pan paniscus), adopts the same format as the photographic atlases of other apes previously published by the same authors. These books are part of a series of monographs that will set out the comparative and phylogenetic context of the gross anatomy and evolutionary history of the soft tissue morphology of modern humans and their closest relatives. The present atlas, which includes detailed high quality photographs of the musculoskeletal structures from most anatomical regions of the body as well as textual information about the attachments, innervation, function and weight of the respective muscles, is based on dissections of seven bonobos, including adults, adolescents, infants and fetuses, and males and females, and on an extensive review of the literature for comparisons with common chimpanzees. It therefore provides an updated review of the anatomical variations within chimpanzees as well as an extensive list of synonyms used in the literature to designate the structures covered here. Moreover, contrary to the previous photographic atlases of apes, it also provides details on neurovascular structures such as the brachial and lumbrosacral plexuses. The book will therefore be of interest to students, teachers and researchers focusing on primatology, comparative anatomy, functional morphology, zoology, and physical anthropology and to medical students, doctors and researchers who are curious about the origin, evolution, homology and variations of the musculoskeletal and neurovascular structures of modern humans.
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