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ET 2022-03-04
Kochi Kochi University A lexical feature of essay reports responding to scores of critical thinking disposition
Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Satoru Kikuchi, Hiroh Yamamoto (Shinshu Univ.)
Online   Observation for symptom of dementia based on features of Pupil light reflex and participant's age
Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Wioletta Nowak, Anna Zarowska (Wroclaw Univ. S&T)
HIP, ITE-HI, ASJ-H, VRPSY [detail] 2022-02-28
Online Online Estimation of speech emotional intensity model using impression ratings
Megumi Kawase, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
- 2021-12-17
Online Online Effects of Image Features and Task Complexity on Eye Movements during route search in Metro Maps
Taiki Kodomaru, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
In order to improve the readability of the metro map, it is necessary to analyze the reading of the metro map. A previou... [more]
ET 2021-11-06
Online Online Program code development performance estimation using a peer assessment technique
Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Masaki Uto (UEC), Macro Temperini (Sapienza Univ.), Filippo Sciarrone (Roma Tre Univ.) ET2021-23
Peer assessment data in open answer session of programming language
practices were analyzed with the item response the... [more]
HIP 2021-10-21
Online Online Estimations of emotional impression for emotion-evoking pictures using eye information
Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HIP2021-31
Regression predicted ratings of valence and arousal for presented images were evaluated using relationships between ocul... [more] HIP2021-31
ET 2021-09-10
Online Online Predicting Code Reading Test Answers by Using Eye Movement Features
YUE YAN, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) ET2021-11
Code reading comprehension progress has been shown to distribute in the eye movement data, which makes predict the code ... [more] ET2021-11
ET 2021-09-10
Online Online Relationship between student's characteristics and features of their essay reports
Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Satoru Kikuchi, Hiroh Yamamoto (Shinshu Univ.) ET2021-12
Possibility of evaluation of critical thinking disposition (CTD) ability using lexical features of essay reports was exa... [more] ET2021-12
IMQ, HIP 2021-07-09
Online Online IMQ2021-5 HIP2021-20 To achieve emotional intensity estimation, we use segment-based estimation in which the utterance is divided into severa... [more] IMQ2021-5 HIP2021-20
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-24
Online Online Feasibility of evaluating temporal changes in cognitive load factors using ocular information
Tomomi Okano, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) HCS2021-9 HIP2021-9
In this paper, we have focused on microsaccade, pupil diameter and eye movements to discover the relationship between co... [more] HCS2021-9 HIP2021-9
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-24
Online Online Relationship between subjective evaluation of emotional images and pupillary reactions
Jijika Murokawa, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HCS2021-8 HIP2021-8
Relationships between emotion evoked images and pupil responses were analysed, and a possibility of estimation for impre... [more] HCS2021-8 HIP2021-8
ET 2021-03-06
Online Online Evaluation of Program Code Reading Behavior Using Eye Information
Hiroto Harada, Minoru Nakayama (TokyoTech) ET2020-66
Since the code reading ability may reflect the characteristics of the eye response, the analysis of the eye information ... [more] ET2020-66
Online Online Examination of measurement method and feature of biometrics identification with eye movement
Yudai Niitsu, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) MBE2020-49
Biometric identification using eye movement has been attracting attention as a highly secure identification method with ... [more] MBE2020-49
Online Online A prediction of disease levels using ocular information during Dementia tests
Wioletta Nowak (Wroclaw Univ. of S&T), Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech), Elzbieta Trypka (Wroclaw Medical Univ.), Anna Zarowska (Wroclaw Univ. of S&T) MBE2020-50
Ocular information was observed during a dementia test for three subject’s groups: Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) patients, mi... [more] MBE2020-50
HIP 2020-12-23
Online Online Acoustic features of a Japanese speech corpus for emotion(al) intensity estimation
Megumi Kawase, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) HIP2020-64
ecently, there have been many studies on emotion estimation from non-linguistic speech data, but few studies on emotion ... [more] HIP2020-64
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Measuring cognitive load of Japanese synthetic speech mixed with noise using eye-movement analysis
Mateusz Dubiel (UniStrath), Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Xin Wang (NII)
We measured cognitive load of Japanese natural and synthetic speech
mixed with noise using temporal changes in pupil s... [more]

- 2020-12-17
Online Online Eye movement prediction of drivers while driving baesd on deep neural network
Yan Yue, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech), Chayn Sun (RMIT)
We report on the a deep neural network trained on drivers’ fixation data vectors for prediction tasks.
The fixation da... [more]

- 2020-12-17
Online Online The consideration of time characteristics in eye features during figure search tasks under mental workload
Tomomi Okano, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
In this paper, we have focused especially on pupil diameter to discover the relationship between mental workload. By usi... [more]
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Relationship between subjective evaluation of emotional stimulation images and pupillary reaction
Nijika Murokawa, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
In this study, we investigated the relationship between the observer's subjective impression and the pupillary light ref... [more]
HIP 2020-10-09
Online Online Change of eye movement in response to vibration stimulus in the peripheral field of vision
Takahiro Ueno, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HIP2020-47
Viewer's responses and eye movements were analysed in order to obtain selective perception for visual stimuli during dua... [more] HIP2020-47
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