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HCS 2021-10-29
13:30
Online Online A study on relationship between participant engagements in group work and one's motivation type -- Analysis of utterances based on tags of functional roles in discussions --
Mirina Kogo, Koshiro Akimoto, Kazuki Okazawa, Hiroko Tokunaga (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Ryosuke Aoki (NTT), Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2021-34
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-34
pp.1-6
ET 2021-07-03
14:00
Online Online Evaluation Method of Initiative Using Verbal and Nonverbal Information
Shuma Tajima, Eiji Kamioka, Manami Kanamaru (SIT) ET2021-7
In the field of education such as universities, active learning such as group discussion (hereinafter, referred to as "G... [more] ET2021-7
pp.13-18
HCS 2021-03-15
14:20
Online Online A case study: Characteristics of discussions in video conferences where face-to-face and remote participants are mixed
Nozomi Nakano, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2020-72
With the spread of coronavirus infections, it is expected that more discussions will be conducted in remote video confer... [more] HCS2020-72
pp.27-32
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2020-12-15
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Bio-signal-based Group Discussion Support System
Rui Okano, Hiroki Yamaguchi, Taichi Yamazaki, Sotaro Taniguti, Yuusei Imafuji, Mamoru Oide, Motoki Sakai (TDU)
To increase a productivity of group discussion (GD), high communication skills are needed. One of them is an aggregabili... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2020-12-15
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Methods of Giving Advice for Group Discussions in Training among Students -- Categorization of Skills and Advice in Student Discussions --
Keisuke Emoto, Shouhei Koyama, Masaaki Endou, Junichiro Kojou, Masahide Yuasa (Shonan Institute of Tech.)
Since Japanese companies have attempted to use not only job interviews but also group discussions in their employment se... [more]
WIT, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2020-10-22
16:40
Online Online A Speaker Recognition System for Persons Having Hearing Difficulty
Shin-ichi Nakamura, Kazuhisa Oba SP2020-15 WIT2020-16
Deaf people get various information by watching the face of person one is talking to. The information includes the fact ... [more] SP2020-15 WIT2020-16
pp.39-42
ET 2020-10-17
14:45
Online Online Features Selection with Gradient Boosting for Distance Teaching Support of Group Discussion
Mako Komatsu, Chihiro Takada (KUT), Chihiro Neshi (NRI System Techno), Teruhiko Unoki (Photron), Mikifumi Shikida (KUT) ET2020-25
In recent years, group discussions are becoming an important part of recruitment examinations. Teachers teach group disc... [more] ET2020-25
pp.19-23
RCS 2020-06-25
13:50
Online Online User Group Selection Method in Multiuser MIMO-OFDM Transmission with Adaptive PAPR Reduction Using Null Space in MIMO Channel
Shyunsei Shin (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Nobuhide Nonaka (NTT DOCOMO), Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science) RCS2020-37
In this paper, we investigate the user group selection method in multiuser multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO)- orthog... [more] RCS2020-37
pp.85-90
MVE, ITE-SIP 2020-06-02
13:00
Online Online Projecting the Grouping History of Sticky Notes for Reflecting Groupwork Discussion
Masahide Yumura, Saki Sakaguchi, Shogo Fukushima, Takeshi Naemura (Univ. Tokyo) MVE2020-3
Groupwork is widely carried out to improve cooperativeness and to discover new perspectives, and sticky notes are one of... [more] MVE2020-3
pp.11-16
NLC 2020-02-17
09:30
Tokyo Seikei University Group performance modeling using verbal and nonverbal information
Go Miura, Shogo Okada (JAIST) NLC2019-40
This paper presented computational analysis for predicting the group performance which is defined by
"product dimension... [more]
NLC2019-40
pp.21-26
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2019-12-11
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Behavior Analysis of Students Participating in Group Discussion -- Effects of Advices for Improving their Behaviors --
Shuhei Ogawa, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
We aim to develop a system that advises participants of group discussions in order to improve the discussion ability. In... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2019-12-11
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Case Analysis of Participants' Behaviors in Group Discussions Focusing on Logical Structures
Hiroki Kawashima, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
This paper aims at the contribution to the efficient support method for the students who are not used to the discussion.... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2019-12-11
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Wearable Sensor-Based Tension Estimation in Group Communication and Feedback Method for Participants
Yusuke Fukushi, Motoki Sakai (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
To execute profitable group discussion, participants’ conditions such as tension or anxiety should be detected and be de... [more]
MVE 2019-08-29
14:25
Aichi   MVE2019-9 Educational programs aiming at cultivating generic skills such as communication skills are conducted at various educatio... [more] MVE2019-9
pp.25-30
HCS 2019-08-24
13:30
Osaka Jikei Institute Message-Delivering Ability Consisting of Discussion Participant's Behaviors
Hiroki Kawashima, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2019-38
In this case studies, we interpret logical structures of the speaker’s utterances in a group discussion. In previous res... [more] HCS2019-38
pp.49-54
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Message-Delivering Ability and Listening Ability Estimated from Group Discussion Participant's Behaviors
Hiroki Kawashima, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
This paper aims to try to evaluate message-delivering ability and listening ability from the behavior of students in gro... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Characteristics of acceleration information of participants in group discussion who have high motivations to talk and listen
Shuhei Ogawa, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
Group discussions (hereinafter called "GD") play an important role in academic and corporate activities. This research a... [more]
PRMU, MVE, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2018-01-18
10:20
Osaka   Clustering of Sticky notes in Groupwork
Ryoichiro Komatsuzaki, Mitsuki Nakamura, Yoshiyuki Kajiwara (Tokyo Univ), Shogo Hukushima (JST), Takeshi Naemura (Tokyo Univ) PRMU2017-117 MVE2017-38
In group work, discussions are advanced by writing ideas on sticky notes and dividing them into categories. The purpose ... [more] PRMU2017-117 MVE2017-38
pp.57-62
MVE 2017-09-21
- 2017-09-22
Chiba Chiba Univ. Clustering of Sticky notes in Groupwork
Ryoichiro Komatsuzaki, Mitsuki Nakamura, Yoshiyuki Kajiwara (Tokyo Univ.), Shogo Fukushima (AIST), Takeshi Naemura (Tokyo Univ.)
In group work, discussions are advanced by writing ideas on sticky notes and dividing them into categories. The purpose ... [more]
MVE, ITE-HI 2017-06-01
13:45
Tokyo Univ. of Tokyo A Telecommunication System Supporting Group Discussions by Multiple Source Effect
Keisuke Seta, Masanori Yokoyama (UT), Takayoshi Mochizuki, Tadashi Nunobiki (NTT), Takuji Narumi, Tomohiro Tanikawa, Michitaka Hirose (UT) MVE2017-7
In the group discussion, decision may be made with less satisfaction because of conformity pressure.
In order to solve ... [more]
MVE2017-7
pp.49-54
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