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NC 2012-10-04
10:20
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) Comparison of Normalization Methods for Image Features Employed in Human Detection by Shape-Based Features
Shohei Iwamoto, Akitoshi Hanazawa (KIT) NC2012-36
In this paper, we compare the efficiency of normalization process for HOG features. HOG feature is one of shape-based fe... [more] NC2012-36
pp.1-6
NC 2012-10-04
10:45
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) Detection of risk behaviors for elder people by using depth images
Shota Tateba, Akitoshi Hanazawa (KIT) NC2012-37
 [more] NC2012-37
pp.7-9
NC 2012-10-04
11:10
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) Human detection by gradient orientation histogram applied on local color correlation distributions
Ryo Matsumura, Akitoshi Hanazawa (KIT) NC2012-38
Histograms of Oriented Gradients (HOG) has been proposed as an effective feature for human detection. For HOG features, ... [more] NC2012-38
pp.11-16
NC 2012-10-04
11:35
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) Quantitative evaluation of non-verbal communication using inter-subject correlation of motion information in head regions
Kotaro Uryu, Akitoshi Hanazawa (KIT) NC2012-39
During conversation, people synthetically judge partner's intentions not only by verbal information but also by nonverba... [more] NC2012-39
pp.17-20
NC 2012-10-04
14:45
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) Application of neural oscillator on a control model of ocular following responses
Seiya Setoguchi (KIT), Kenichiro Miura (Kyoto Univ.), Akitoshi Hanazawa (KIT) NC2012-42
When the visual information is obtained from the retina in the eye, the eye usually moves. This movement is for continuo... [more] NC2012-42
pp.33-37
NC 2012-10-04
15:10
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology (Wakamatsu Campus) Measurement of smile intensity for dementia elders attempting estimation of recovery in emotional function
Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyushu Inst. Tech.), Katsuki Nakamura (Kyoto Univ.) NC2012-43
Learning therapy is a kind of non-drug therapy for dementia elders. It ameliorates, stops or slows the progress of demen... [more] NC2012-43
pp.39-42
NC 2011-10-19
10:45
Fukuoka Ohashi Campus, Kyushu Univ. Optokinetic responses in humans: Dependence on spatial frequency of sinusoidal gratings
Kenichiro Miura (Kyoto Univ), Masakatsu Taki (Kyoto Pref Univ Med), Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyutech), Kenji Kawano (Kyoto Univ) NC2011-46
Optokinetic responses (OKRs) are reflexive eye movements elicited by moving visual patterns. Several studies have shown ... [more] NC2011-46
pp.5-10
NC 2011-10-19
11:10
Fukuoka Ohashi Campus, Kyushu Univ. A computational model of speed tuned motion detectors in early visual cortex
Yukinari Toyota, Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyutech) NC2011-47
Motion detection is an important task for computer vision.
Motion detection is also an important task for animals.
The... [more]
NC2011-47
pp.11-16
NC 2011-10-20
09:30
Fukuoka Ohashi Campus, Kyushu Univ. Introduction of Spatial Limitation to Human Detection by Co-occurrence with Shape and Color Self-Similarity Features
Hironori Matsui, Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyutech) NC2011-59
In this paper, we propose a method for human detection with a spatial limitation introduced to the co-occurrence algorit... [more] NC2011-59
pp.83-88
NC 2011-10-20
16:20
Fukuoka Ohashi Campus, Kyushu Univ. Real-time 8-directional motion detection and aperture-problem identification by GPU implementation of V1 cell model
Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyutech) NC2011-70
We attempted real-time implementation of spatiotemporal energy model by parallel image processing on GPU (Graphic Proces... [more] NC2011-70
pp.149-154
NC 2010-10-23
16:50
Fukuoka Kyushu Inst. Tech. (Kitakyushu Sci. and Res. Park) Real-Time Joint Implementation of Motion and Disparity Energy Models through GPGPU Acceleration
Akitoshi Hanazawa (KIT) NC2010-51
Joint coding of motion and stereoscopic depth in the brain is suggested by psychophysical and physiological experiments.... [more] NC2010-51
pp.53-57
NC 2009-10-24
13:00
Saga Saga University [Invited Talk] GPGPU-Enabled Real-Time Visual Motion Detection by Spatiotemporal Gabor Filter and Its Application
Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyushu Inst of Tech) NC2009-46
The aim of this study is to develop a real-time visual motion detection system by using physiologically meaningful image... [more] NC2009-46
pp.53-58
NC 2009-10-24
14:15
Saga Saga University Real-time zero disparity filter for moving objects based on spatiotemporal and disparity energy model on GPU
Satoshi Matsushita, Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) NC2009-47
Disparity energy model and spatiotemporal energy model has been proposed as the models of depth and motion sensitivity o... [more] NC2009-47
pp.59-62
NC 2009-10-24
14:40
Saga Saga University Detection of optical flow based on local motion signals detected by spatiotemporal Gabor filter
Kouichi Arai, Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) NC2009-48
When we move to a target position in the presence of moving objects, we must judge their heading (or direction of self-m... [more] NC2009-48
pp.63-67
PRMU, MVE 2008-11-27
17:00
Osaka Osaka Univ. Detection of Landslide Precursor Using Spatiotemporal Gabor Filtering
Ken Okamoto, Toshio Watanabe (NTT), Akitoshi Hanazawa, Takashi Morie (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.), Hiroshi Ban, Yuji Maeda (NTT) PRMU2008-131 MVE2008-80
 [more] PRMU2008-131 MVE2008-80
pp.139-144
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