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WIT 2015-10-25
13:00
Yamaguchi Kawatana Grand Hotel Analysis of Accuracy Rate Improvement in Yes/No Comminication Aid for ALS Patients
Kuniaki Ozawa, Masayoshi Naito, Naoki Tanaka (Toyo Univ.), Isamu Ogata, Tsuneo Kanazawa (Excel) WIT2015-48
An Yes/No communication aid “Kokoro Gatari (KG)” for ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) patients with no body movements... [more] WIT2015-48
pp.1-6
WIT 2015-03-13
13:30
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology Substantiative Exeriment of Accuracy Rate Improvement in Yes/No Comminication Aid for ALS Patients -- Totally Integrated Prototype and Its Validation by Experiment --
Kuniaki Ozawa, Masayoshi Naito, Naoki Tanaka (TOYO Univ.), Isamu Ogata, Tsuneo Kanazawa (Excel) WIT2014-92
An Yes/No communication aid for ALS(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) patients with no body movements uses cerebral blood v... [more] WIT2014-92
pp.39-43
WIT 2014-03-07
14:55
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology Improvement of Yes/No Communication Method for ALS Patients -- Problems and Their Solutions Through Case Studies --
Kuniaki Ozawa, Junko Sengoku, Masayoshi Naito (TWCU), Isamu Ogata, Tsuneo Kanazawa (Excel of Mechatronix) WIT2013-74
An Yes/No communication method has been studied for ALS(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) patients with no movement of thei... [more] WIT2013-74
pp.43-48
HCS 2013-08-24
15:30
Kyoto   Yes/No Communication Method for ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Patients Using Their Biosignals
Kuniaki Ozawa, Junko Sengoku, Masayoshi Naito (Tokyo Woman's Christian Univ.), Akiko Obata, Kunihiko Kido (Hitachi), Isamu Ogata, Tsuneo Kanazawa (EOM) HCS2013-45
An ‘yes/no’ communication method is studied for ALS patients who are unable to move their bodies. The method uses cerebr... [more] HCS2013-45
pp.67-71
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