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HCS 2017-08-21
13:45
Tokyo Seikei University Relation between followership and acoustic nonverbal information in office conversations
Hitomi Yokoyama, Kentaro Takashima, Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.) HCS2017-56
 [more] HCS2017-56
pp.51-54
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2016-05-19
10:25
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Relationship between Worker's Uninterruptibility and Work Transition Detected by Smartphone
Kyohei Komuro, Yuichiro Fujimoto, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) HCS2016-17 HIP2016-17
To avoid work fragmentations, which lead to the decrease of office worker’s intellectual productivity, management of int... [more] HCS2016-17 HIP2016-17
pp.133-138
PRMU, BioX 2016-03-25
14:00
Tokyo   Worker Detection in Office Environment with Multi-weak Detectors for Human Shapes
Yuichiro Fujimoto, Masano Nakayama, Hitomi Yokoyama, Ikuko Shimizu, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) BioX2015-63 PRMU2015-186
It is expected that auto classification of workers' behavior and communication analysis among workers leads to improveme... [more] BioX2015-63 PRMU2015-186
pp.131-136
HIP 2016-03-18
16:50
Tokyo   Multi-point haptic algorithm of hand for 3D object
Ayaka Yamazaki (TUAT), Koichi Hirota (UEC), Yuichiro Fujimoto, Kinya Fujita (TUAT)
 [more]
HCS 2016-03-02
09:00
Ishikawa Rurikoh (Yamashiro Onsen) Feasibility of Group States Estimation in Office -- Focusing on Estimating of Conversation Participation-role based on Automatically Estimated Nonverbal Information --
Hitomi Yokoyama, Masano Nakayama, Tomoaki Tsutsumi, Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology) HCS2015-90
 [more] HCS2015-90
pp.47-51
HCS 2015-03-17
14:30
Ishikawa Rurikoh (Yamashiro Onsen, Ishikawa) Interruptibility estimation during desk work reflecting importance of conversation
Satoshi Hashimoto, Kazuaki Aoki (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology), Takahiro Tanaka (Nagoya Univ.), Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology) HCS2014-113
For estimating user’s interruptibility during desk work using PC in office, this study discuss the feasibility of estima... [more] HCS2014-113
pp.19-24
PRMU, CNR 2015-02-20
16:30
Miyagi   Smart space for unconstrained monitoring of office activity -- Automatic estimation of communication and task activities --
Kinya Fujita, Masano Nakayama, Hiroaki Murata, Hitomi Yokoyama, Seiji Hotta, Ikuko Shimizu, Takafumi Saito, Toshiyuki Kondo, Hironori Nakajo, Kaori Fujinami, Katsuhide Fujita (TUAT) PRMU2014-155 CNR2014-70
For long-term automatic analysis of office activities, an intelligent environment is desired, which enables unconstraine... [more] PRMU2014-155 CNR2014-70
pp.215-220
HCS 2014-10-23
15:10
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. Agriculture and Technology (Koganei) Automatic Speaker Estimation System for Long-term Analysis of Conversation with Nonverbal Information in Unconstrained Environment
Masano Nakayama, Hiroaki Murata, Hitomi Yokoyama, Seiji Hotta, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) HCS2014-64
We are developing group observation system under the unconstrained environments. In this paper, we proposed a method of ... [more] HCS2014-64
pp.25-30
HCS 2014-10-23
15:40
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. Agriculture and Technology (Koganei) Estimation of Communication Situations based on Automatically Estimated Nonverbal Information in Daily Life -- Focusing on Estimating of a Conversational Dominance --
Hitomi Yokoyama, Hiroaki Murata, Masano Nakayama, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) HCS2014-65
We tried to estimate a conversational dominance from nonverbal information. First, we sensed and recorded long-term huma... [more] HCS2014-65
pp.31-36
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2014-05-29
16:10
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Study of Interruptibility Transition Prediction based on PC Operation
Hokuto Iga, Takahiro Tanaka, Kazuaki Aoki, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) HCS2014-13 HIP2014-13
This study aims to predict high-uninteruptibility duration towards adequate management of interruption timing. High-unin... [more] HCS2014-13 HIP2014-13
pp.107-112
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2013-12-18
- 2013-12-20
Ehime Matsuyama Multi-Purpose Community Cente Environmental sensing system for grasp and prediction of a group behavior -- Speaker localization using directional microphones --
Hiroaki Murata, Masano Nakayama, Katsuhide Fujita, Ikuko Shimizu, Seiji Hotta, Kaori Fujinami, Toshiyuki Kondo, Hironori Nakajo, Takafumi Saito, Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of Agr. and Tech.)
We are developing “Smart Space Technology toward Sustainable Society” which is the environmental sensing system for gras... [more]
HIP 2013-03-14
17:10
Okinawa okinawa-sangyoushien center Display of contact status via virtual grapsing object using ungrounded force display device -- Discussions on rendering algorithm --
Hirotaka Ogai, Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.) HIP2012-105
Fingered manipulation in invisible environment requires haptic recognition of colliding status between handling and othe... [more] HIP2012-105
pp.161-165
HCS 2013-01-24
13:40
Kochi Kochi City Culture-Plaza CUL-PORT Analysis of Application-Switching as Alternative of Breakpoint during PC Work
Takahiro Tanaka (TUAT), Niels A. Taatgen (RUG), Kinya Fujita (TUAT) HCS2012-57
 [more] HCS2012-57
pp.19-24
HIP 2012-07-01
14:55
Hokkaido   How does the decrease of the attention distribution to an object affect movement anticipation of the object? -- Anticipating of the movement distance of the occluded moving object --
Takeyuki Arai (TUST), Kinya Fujita (TAT), Masaru Takeichi (KU) HIP2012-45
The purpose of this study is elucidation of the mechanisms that decrease of the attention distribution to a movement obj... [more] HIP2012-45
pp.59-64
HIP 2009-06-16
09:55
Hokkaido Hokkaido University [Invited Talk] Perception and Display of Softness in Human Pinch Motion
Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of A&T) HIP2009-62
Perception of physical property, such as softness, is a basic role of human fingers as well as holding objects. The auth... [more] HIP2009-62
pp.79-84
MVE 2008-06-02
14:45
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, the Univ. of Tokyo *
Jo Matsuda, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) MVE2008-8
 [more] MVE2008-8
pp.41-46
MVE 2008-06-02
15:15
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, the Univ. of Tokyo *
, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) MVE2008-9
 [more] MVE2008-9
pp.47-50
DE 2007-07-04
10:20
Miyagi Akiu hot springs (Sendai) A Method Acquiring Knowledge from the Web for an Inconspicuous External Knowledge Access System
Norihide Shinagawa, Shunsuke Kato, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) DE2007-107
Recent development of network and mobile technologies make it easy to access information systems in various situations. ... [more] DE2007-107
pp.509-513
MVE 2007-06-04
16:30
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, the Univ. of Tokyo TBD
Jo Matsuda, Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.) MVE2007-10
 [more] MVE2007-10
pp.45-50
MVE 2006-06-06
14:00
Tokyo Sanjo Hall, Univ. of Tokyo Development of A Pseudo-Force-Feedback Device by Fingertip Tightening for Multi-Finger Object Manipulation
Go Inaba, Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of A&T)
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