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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
HIP 2020-10-09
Online Online Using Pupillary Responses to Measure Cognitive Load of Japanese Synthetic Speech mixed with Noise
Mateusz Dubiel (UniStrath), Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Xin Wang (NII) HIP2020-51
Pupillometry has recently been introduced as a method to evaluate cognitive workload of synthetic speech. Prior research... [more] HIP2020-51
HIP, HCS, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2020-05-14
Online Online Estimation of recognizing emotions of facial images using EEG features
Satoru Waseda, Minoru Nakayama (TokyoTech) HCS2020-10 HIP2020-10
Relationship between viewer's scalp potentials and subjective impression
during viewing facial emotions was analysed u... [more]
HCS2020-10 HIP2020-10
ET 2020-03-07
Kagawa National Institute of Technology, Kagawa Collage
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A feasibility of performance assessment using a large scale data set of mutual evaluation
Minoru Nakayama (TokyoTech), Masaki Uto (UEC), Filippo Sciarrone (uniroma3), Marco Temperini (Sapienza) ET2019-79
Learning performance is often evaluated using a peer assessment setting such as MOOC environment. Their feasibility and ... [more] ET2019-79
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Pupillary responses 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) MBE2019-81
Pupillary responses were observed during dementia test for three
subject's groups: Alzheimer's Disease (AD) patients, ... [more]
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Examination of biometrics using eye movement characteristics during writing action
Yudai Niitsu, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
Unlike biometric authentication using physical features such as fingerprint and face, behavioral features such as eye mo... [more]
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Relationship between task-evoked ocular indices and their subjective responses
Minoru Nakayama, Yoshiya Hayakawa (Tokyo Tech.)
Impact of mental workload for eye movements and pupil responses was
examined during a manipulation task.
As the resu... [more]

- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) The relationship between mental workload under visual search task execution and eye features
Tomomi Okano, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
In this paper, we have focused on several eye features especially on microsaccade and pupil diameter. By using two types... [more]
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Relationship between viewer's characteristics and eye movements in program code reading
Hiroto Harada, Minoru Nakayama (TokyoTech)
We examined differences in eye movement features based on differences in viewers' ability to understand programs.
In th... [more]

HIP 2019-10-31
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Examination of the effect that the vibration motion stimulus in the peripheral field of vision gives to the gaze action
Takahiro Ueno, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) HIP2019-59
Perceptual performances and attentional levels were observed in response to vibration motion stimulus at peripheral visu... [more] HIP2019-59
HIP 2019-10-31
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Influence of reward expectation on ocular information during a controlled card game
Minoru Nakayama, Kouhei Shoda (Tokyo Tech.) HIP2019-60
Evoked reward expectations were measured during a card game playing while influence for oculo-motor
indices were observ... [more]
ET 2019-05-18
Toyama University of Toyama Changes of note-taking styles and their characteristics of participants in a fully online course
Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Kouichi Mutsuura, Hiroh Yamamoto (Shinshu Univ.) ET2019-8
Student's characteristics were surveyed during a fully online course,
then some preferred attributes of participants f... [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Relationship between Eye Movement Feature and Understanding Level in Program Comprehension Tasks
Hiroto Harada, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) HCS2019-4 HIP2019-4
The change of the reading process of the program code by the presence or absence of prior information was examined based... [more] HCS2019-4 HIP2019-4
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Influence of expectation for rewards on pupil information during an interactive game
Kohei Shoda, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HCS2019-5 HIP2019-5
We set up an experimental system that measures the player's expectation for reward and pupil change in
time series in a... [more]
HCS2019-5 HIP2019-5
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Relationship between head and eye movements during a reaction task for targets in a VR environment
Taijiro Shiraishi, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HCS2019-6 HIP2019-6
Two types of task responses were prepared using a HMD in order to
determine relationship between head-eye movements an... [more]
HCS2019-6 HIP2019-6
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