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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2021-03-03
10:30
Online Online Evaluation of the relationship between ability to acquire predictive optokinetic response and capacity of the velocity storage mechanism in different animal species.
Toshimi Yamanaka (Chubu Uni), Rosendo G. Hernandeza, Pablo M. Blazquez (WUSM), Yutaka Hirata (Chubu Uni) NC2020-43
One of the major purposes of eye movements is to suppress retinal image slippages. A type of eye movement called the opt... [more] NC2020-43
p.11
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2020-03-06
13:25
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Improvement of resolution of thermal image for photodynamic therapy in peritoneal dissemination
Sohta Sampei, Mutsuki Ohara, Chanjin Seo (Waseda Univ.), Hiroshi Nagahashi (JWU), Ken Masamune (TWMU), Jun Ohya (Waseda Univ.), Yuji Morimoto, Manabu Harada (NDMC) IMQ2019-36 IE2019-118 MVE2019-57
(To be available after the conference date) [more] IMQ2019-36 IE2019-118 MVE2019-57
pp.103-108
HCS 2020-01-25
13:40
Oita Room407, J:COM HorutoHall OITA (Oita) Study on "snuggle up" -- Text mining application for care workers who care for elderly people with dementia --
Yukiko Miyoshi (KWUC) HCS2019-60
 [more] HCS2019-60
pp.35-39
HCS 2020-01-26
15:50
Oita Room407, J:COM HorutoHall OITA (Oita) Characteristic of language development mechanism of children in the residential care institution for children -- Analysis from number of vocabulary, lexical acquisition order and part of speech --
Yuka Sakamoto (UEC), Yuko Okumura (NTT Corporation), Yasuhiro Minami (UEC), Ryoko Mugitani (JWU), Kayoko Ito (OPU), Tessei Kobayashi (NTT Corporation) HCS2019-81
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2019-81
pp.157-161
IE, CS, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-BCT [detail] 2019-12-05
14:20
Iwate Aiina Center Evaluation of Numerical Computation and Stability in Constant Time DCT Gaussian Filtering
Tomoki Otsuka, Norishige Fukushima (NIT), Kenjiro Sugimoto, Seiichiro Kamata (WU) CS2019-78 IE2019-58
 [more] CS2019-78 IE2019-58
pp.47-52
TL 2019-09-29
15:20
Hokkaido National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College Development of New Evaluations of Artistic Thinking
AKio Shimogoori (NITHC), Minatsu Ariga (TUAD), Yasunari Harada (WU) TL2019-40
 [more] TL2019-40
pp.17-20
TL 2019-07-27
14:40
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University Evidentiality, Modality and Causality -- corpus and neurolinguistic studies --
Yurie Hara (WU), Naho Orita (Tokyo University of Science), Deng Ying (UT), Takeshi Koshizuka (okyo University of Science), Hiromu Sakai (WU) TL2019-13
Davis&Hara (2014) and Hara (2017) argue that: 1. The Japanese sentence final auxiliary yooda ‘it seems’ as in (1) is a m... [more] TL2019-13
p.15
TL 2019-07-27
16:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] The Dynamic Characteristics in the L2 Mental Lexicon
Mikihiro Tanaka (KWU), Rumi Takahashi (Showa Univ) TL2019-23
There is considerable disagreement over how the mental lexicon in one’s second language (L2) is constructed in the human... [more] TL2019-23
pp.61-66
MI 2019-01-23
14:00
Okinawa   Study of Parameter values of the Data Augmentation of the Phase Recognition by detecting and tracking surgical tools in the Awake Brain Tumor Removal Surgery
Hiroki Fujie, Keiju Hirata, Takahiro Horigome (Waseda Univ), Hiroshi Nagahashi (JWU), Ohya Jun (Waseda Univ), Manabu Tamura, Ken Masamune, Yoshihiro Muragaki (TWMU) MI2018-105
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MI2018-105
pp.185-189
MI 2019-01-23
14:00
Okinawa   Recognizing Surgical Situations in Brain Tumor Removal Surgery Based on Analyzing the Surgeon's Hands' Motion in the Video Sequence Acquired by a Camera Observing the Surgeon's Hand Area
Takahiro Horigome, Hiroki Fujie, Keiju Hirata (Waseda Univ.), Ken Masamune (TWMU), Hiroshi Nagahashi (JWU), Jun Ohya (Waseda Univ.) MI2018-109
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MI2018-109
pp.209-213
RCS, NS
(Joint)
2018-12-20
16:40
Hiroshima Onomichi City Hall [Invited Talk] Research and Development of Communication Networks for Monitoring Social Infrastructures Including Railway System
Yusuke Kinoshita, Keijiro Take, Atsushi Okamura (Mitsubishi Electric), Nagateru Iwasawa, Michiko Nozue (RTRI), Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto, Wataru Kameyama, Toshitaka Tsuda (WU), Toru Kabe (ISB) NS2018-168 RCS2018-229
Monitoring of aged social infrastructure and realization of danger prediction have been developed all at once in the 196... [more] NS2018-168 RCS2018-229
pp.57-62(NS), pp.63-68(RCS)
SR, RCS
(Joint)
(2nd)
2018-10-31
13:25
Overseas Mandarin Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand [Poster Presentation] Performance Prediction of Jupyter notebook in JupyterHub using Machine Learning
Pariwat Prathanrat, Chantri Polprasert (SWU)
we employ machine learning to predict the performance of Jupyter notebook on JupyterHub. We show that the notebook?s CPU... [more]
TL 2018-10-28
14:00
Hokkaido National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College Two Spins in Art Thinking
Akio.Shimogoori (HNCT), Minatsu Ariga (TUAD), Yasunari Harada (WU) TL2018-42
 [more] TL2018-42
pp.19-22
EST, MW, OPE, MWP, EMT, IEE-EMT, THz [detail] 2018-07-20
10:05
Hokkaido   Parallel Microwave Analysis Based on Domain Decomposition Method
Amane Takei (UOM), Toshio Murayama (Sony GM&O), Hiroshi Kanayama (JWU), Shinobu Yoshimura (UT) EMT2018-35 MW2018-50 OPE2018-38 EST2018-33 MWP2018-34
In this research, we propose a microwave analysis method based on an iterative domain decomposition method. The simplifi... [more] EMT2018-35 MW2018-50 OPE2018-38 EST2018-33 MWP2018-34
pp.155-160
TL 2018-06-17
15:15
Hyogo Kobe Gakuin University (Port Island Campus) Use of "like"as a filler in Japanese conversation by Englsih speakers
Kazuko Tanabe (JWU) TL2018-5
The purpose of this study is to analyze the idiosyncratic use of “like” as a filler in Japanese conversation by native E... [more] TL2018-5
pp.25-30
PRMU, MI, IE, SIP 2018-05-17
15:45
Gifu   Evaluation of change information process using SVM in the brain under emotional stimuli
Tetsuya Asakawa (Nagasaki Univ), Tatsuya Urata (KINWU), Azusa Uematsu (Dokkyo med Univ) SIP2018-4 IE2018-4 PRMU2018-4 MI2018-4
The objective was to evaluate the relationship between the brain sites in EEG under the emotional stress in smart phone.... [more] SIP2018-4 IE2018-4 PRMU2018-4 MI2018-4
pp.13-16
HCS 2018-03-13
10:55
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Comparing of quantification methods of the leader-follower relationship in human communication -- A pilot study in interpesonal rhythmic motor coordination task --
Kentaro Kodama (KU), Daichi Shimizu (U Tokyo), Ryosaku Makino (WU) HCS2017-94
This study examined quantification methods of the leader-follower (LF) relationship in human bodily communication. Our p... [more] HCS2017-94
pp.5-9
EMCJ 2017-01-20
09:50
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology Possibility of blood property change in ELF electric field exposure
Miki Kanemaki, Hisae O. Shimizu, Masataka Kitama, Masaji Yamashita, Hiroko Miura, Shotaro Watanabe (HUS), Koichi Shimizu (WU) EMCJ2016-118
We have studied the human physiological change in the exposure of the extremely low frequency (ELF) electric field. In t... [more] EMCJ2016-118
pp.51-56
TL 2016-12-17
11:45
Tokyo Room 303/304/305, Building #8, Waseda University The Inter-influence between Image Media and Japanese learning -- From the Japanese Learner's Point of View --
Mingyue Liang (WU) TL2016-48
Recently, people have had more and more resources of Japanese learning. At present, the analysis on Japanese learning an... [more] TL2016-48
pp.61-64
TL 2016-12-18
09:30
Tokyo Room 303/304/305, Building #8, Waseda University [Invited Talk] How and why "Personal Pronouns" in East Asian Languages are different from European languages -- Ba-based Approach --
Sachiko Ide (JWU) TL2016-58
While the use of personal pronouns used according to power and solidarity in European languages is well known (Brown and... [more] TL2016-58
pp.107-108
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