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Hokkaido The Obihiro Chamber of Commerce and Industry
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Microwave Blood Pressure Estimation Using Machine Learning
Kota Sasaki, Naoki Honma, Kentaro Murata, Morio Iwai, Koichiro Kobayashi (Iwate Univ.), Atsushi Sato (EQUOS RESEARCH)
SRW 2021-06-21
Online Online [Invited Talk] Adaptive Array Algorithm for Vital-Sign Detection Suitable for Low Microwave Band
Naoki Honma, Kentaro Murata, Morio Iwai, koichiro Kobayashi (Iwate Univ.), Atsushi Sato (EQUOS RESEARCH) SRW2021-11
 [more] SRW2021-11
KBSE, SC 2020-11-14
Online Online / Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg.
(Primary: Online, Secondary: On-site)
Implementing Visualization Interface EVIDENT of Drawing Execution in Neuropsychological Tests
Ryukichi Sekimoto, Sachio Saiki, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.), Naoki Kodama (NUHW), Atsushi Sato (NUR) KBSE2020-27 SC2020-31
 [more] KBSE2020-27 SC2020-31
SC 2020-03-16
Online Online EVIDENT: Extraction and Visualization Interface of Drawing Execution in Neuropsychological Tests
Ryukichi Sekimoto, Sachio Saiki, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.), Naoki Kodama (NUHW), Atsushi Sato (NUR) SC2019-36
In order to support health professionals and clinical psychologists to understand the execution process of
neuropsycho... [more]
Saga Saga Univ. [Invited Lecture] Simultaneous Heartbeat Detection of Multiple Targets Using Amplitude Equivalent Component in Pseudo-Arctangent Demodulation
Shun Hasebe, Naoki Honma, Koichiro Kobayashi, Morio Iwai (Iwate Univ.), Atsushi Sato (EQR) AP2019-135 RCS2019-230
In this report, we investigate a simultaneous heartbeat detection method of multiple targets using a MIMO (Multiple-Inpu... [more] AP2019-135 RCS2019-230
pp.157-162(AP), pp.151-156(RCS)
IEE-CMN, EMM, LOIS, IE, ITE-ME [detail] 2018-09-28
Oita Beppu Int'l Convention Ctr. aka B-CON Plaza [Invited Talk] Machine Learning for Extracting Value from Limited Data
Atsushi Sato (NEC)
ICM 2013-07-12
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate [Encouragement Talk] A Study of the Resource Management Method on an OSGi-based Application Platform
Yukio Koike, Yushi Kuroda, Yukikuni Nishida, Taishi Yahara, Daisuke Minoura, Atsushi Sato (NTT) ICM2013-18
To manage smart home services effectively, we have developed a software management platform based on OSGi technology. Mu... [more] ICM2013-18
ICM 2013-03-15
Kagoshima Yakushima Environmental Culture Village Center A Study of the CPU Resource Management Method on an OSGi-based Application Platform
Yukio Koike, Taishi Yahara, Daisuke Minoura, Atsushi Sato (NTT) ICM2012-67
The OSGi/Java application execution environment is executed normally in one process. The environment can’t control CPU r... [more] ICM2012-67
Okinawa Okinawa Zanpamisaki Royal Hotel A Study of Controlling Data Usage Level by Adjusting Demands between a Sensor Data Provider and Users
Keisuke Tsunoda, Yukio Koike, Taishi Yahara, Daisuke Minoura, Atsushi Sato (NTT) IN2012-170
In this paper, we developed the method to control the usage level of sensor data by adjusting demands between a sensor d... [more] IN2012-170
ISEC, LOIS 2012-11-21
Shizuoka Shizuoka City Industry-University Exchange Center A study of the human resource allocation on the cooperation system of life support services
Mizue Hayashi (NTT), Yoshiyuki Mihara (NTT WEST), Atsushi Nakadaira, Manabu Okamoto, Takefumi Yamazaki, Atsushi Sato (NTT) ISEC2012-62 LOIS2012-37
ICT is being used, but not effectively, in various life support services as health consultation and observation in home-... [more] ISEC2012-62 LOIS2012-37
TL 2012-07-21
Yamagata Yamagata University [Poster Presentation] When is the object relative clause easier to process than the subject relative clause?
Atsushi Sato (Nanzan Univ.), Baris Kahraman (Canakkale Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2012-17
 [more] TL2012-17
ICM 2012-03-16
Okinawa Dan-jo Kyoudou Sankaku Center A Study of the Device Management Method for the Appliance Cooperation among Multiple Homes
Yukio Koike, Hideaki Takada, Daisuke Minoura, Atsushi Sato (NTT) ICM2011-63
Due to the diversity and rapid change of home network, it is getting difficult to provide ICT services to users amang mu... [more] ICM2011-63
LOIS 2012-03-09
Okinawa Meio Univ. A Study of the Distributed Resource Management for the Appliance Cooperation among Multiple Homes
Hideaki Takada, Atsushi Nakadaira, Yukio Koike, Takafumi Mukouchi, Manabu Okamoto, Atsushi Sato (NTT) LOIS2011-109
We proposed the method of distributing computing resource flexibly for the appliance cooperation among multiple homes. W... [more] LOIS2011-109
PRMU, IBISML, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2011-09-05
Hokkaido   Learning of Kernel Classfier based on General Loss Minimization
Masato Ishii, Atsushi Sato (NEC) PRMU2011-61 IBISML2011-20
This paper presents a new method for learning kernel classifiers. First, we formulate a novel learning scheme called ``G... [more] PRMU2011-61 IBISML2011-20
TL 2011-08-06
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. Why object clefts are easier to process than subject clefts in Japanese -- Frequency or expectation? --
Baris Kahraman (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Univ.), Atsushi Sato (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2011-20
Previous studies have shown that both frequency and expectation for upcoming structures play an important role on senten... [more] TL2011-20
TL 2010-08-05
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Processing two types of ditransitive sentences in Turkish -- Preliminary results from a self-paced reading study --
Baris Kahraman, Atsushi Sato, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2010-17
In Japanese sentence processing, Miyamoto and Takahashi (2002, 2004) showed that the [NOM>DAT>ACC] order is easier to pr... [more] TL2010-17
TL 2009-07-18
Fukuoka New Century Plaza II, Hakozaki Campus of Kyushu Univ. [Poster Presentation] Processing Japanese subject and object relative clauses by advanced learners: -- Comparison with native speakers by a whole-sentence reading experiment --
Baris Kahraman, Atsushi Sato, Mariko Koide, Mariko Uno, Miwa Takemura, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2009-18
Previous studies have shown that subject relative clauses (SRCs) are easier to process than object relative clauses (ORC... [more] TL2009-18
SANE 2009-04-24
Okinawa NICT Okinawa Subtrop. Env. Remote-Sensing Ctr Development of differential absorption lidar for CO2 measurement
Shoken Ishii, Kohei Mizutani, Hironari Iwai, Tetsuo Aoki, Toshikazu Itabe (NICT), Atsushi Sato, Kazuhiro Asai (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.) SANE2009-6
The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) has studied a 2-m conductive-cooled l... [more] SANE2009-6
TL 2008-08-09
Miyagi Hotel Onikobe Processing Object Relative Clauses in the Context -- Another Support for the Discourse Function Account for the Processing Load Asymmetry --
Atsushi Sato, Baris Kahraman, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2008-30
Roland et al. (2007, 2008) argued that the processing load asymmetry between object and subject relative clauses (ORCs/S... [more] TL2008-30
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ Computational Modeling of Human Adaptive Planning In Dynamic Environments
Atsushi Sato (Hokkaido Univ.), Satoru Ishikawa (Hokusei Gakuen Univ.), Takashi Omori (Tamagawa Univ.), Koichiro Yamauchi (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2007-162
With our flexibility of behavior, we can act efficiently in surrounding environments. To understand process of the abili... [more] NC2007-162
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