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NC, MBE 2019-12-06
09:45
Aichi Toyohashi Tech Relation of movement intermittency and eye-movement during drawing using Wavelet analysis
Yamato Nagata, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) MBE2019-45 NC2019-36
When performing a movement that moves the arm continuously, such as a manual tracking, discontinuous movement called “mo... [more] MBE2019-45 NC2019-36
pp.1-5
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2018-03-14
13:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Analysis of joint synergy during reach-to-grasp movement using motion capture
Takeshi Dodo, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ of Tech) NC2017-92
Human hands utilize redundant degrees of freedom, and enable skillful motion such as grasping and manipulating objects. ... [more] NC2017-92
pp.145-150
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2018-03-14
13:35
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Analysis of eye-hand coordination in tracing tasks based on saccade pattern.
Shinnosuke Nakamura (Toyohashi Univ. of tech.), Emiko Shishido (Nagoya Univ./NIPS), Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of tech.) NC2017-93
Gaze information is important when human draws lines accurately. On the other hand, in order to compensate feedback dela... [more] NC2017-93
pp.151-156
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-12-16
14:15
Aichi Nagoya University Learning of Auto-Encoder that acquires interpretable representations
Shota Shirakawa, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) NC2017-46
 [more] NC2017-46
pp.35-40
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-03-14
10:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Effects of Muscle Synergy by the Motor Learning Simulation of a Human Arm
Yasuhiro Tejima, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) NC2016-76
 [more] NC2016-76
pp.73-78
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-03-13
13:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Application of Forward-Propagation Learning Rule to Three-Layer Auto-Encoder
Tadamasa Kurosawa, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech) NC2016-82
By the development of Deep Learning, the concern over three-layer Auto-Encoder for Pre-training has risen.
On the othe... [more]
NC2016-82
pp.109-114
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-12-07
14:45
Aichi Toyohashi University of Technology An analysis of saccade positions in tracing tasks.
Shinnosuke Nakamura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech), Norio Ozaki (Nagoya Univ.), Norihiro Sadato, Keiji Imoto (NIPS), Emiko Shishido (Nagoya Univ./NIPS), Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech) NC2016-43
In tracing tasks, gaze information is important to the human arm movement like a handwriting movement. Some studies show... [more] NC2016-43
pp.19-24
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-12-07
15:55
Aichi Toyohashi University of Technology A study of kinesthetic aftereffect in vertical jump after jumping on a trampoline
Shun Miyauchi, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tec) NC2016-45
In the previous study, it has been reported that the performance of the vertical jump on level ground decreases after ju... [more] NC2016-45
pp.31-36
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-12-07
16:20
Aichi Toyohashi University of Technology A study on the joint coordination in reaching and grasping movements using the UCM analysis
Takeshi Dodo, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tec) NC2016-46
A human hand has many joints, and various tasks are achieved by the joint synergy. The joint synergy is quantitatively e... [more] NC2016-46
pp.37-42
HIP 2016-09-27
14:15
Nara   Usability evaluation for touch panel using eye tracking
Koki Hirano, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) HIP2016-44
 [more] HIP2016-44
pp.9-14
NC, MBE 2015-03-17
11:15
Tokyo Tamagawa University Feature extraction of eye-hand coordination in tracing tasks of calligraphers
Kenshiro Yamasaki (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.), Tatsuki Itoh, Yoshikuni Itoh, Shuntaro Okazaki, Norihiro Sadato (NIPS), Norio Ozaki (Nagoya Univ.), Keiji Imoto (NIPS), Emiko Shishido (Nagoya Univ./NIPS), Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) MBE2014-172 NC2014-123
In this study, subjects were asked to trace a line on a monitor screen, and the pen position was measured with transpare... [more] MBE2014-172 NC2014-123
pp.313-318
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2014-12-13
09:20
Aichi Nagoya University Eye-hand coordination in tracing tasks
Kenshiro Yamasaki (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.), Tatsuki Itoh, Yoshikuni Itoh, Shuntaro Okazaki, Norihiro Sadato (NIPS), Norio Ozaki (Nagoya Univ.), Keiji Imoto (NIPS), Emiko Shishido (Nagoya Univ./NIPS), Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) NC2014-45
We studied the eye-hand coordination in tracing tasks. Six people, two professional calligraphers and four with varied e... [more] NC2014-45
pp.7-12
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2014-12-13
09:40
Aichi Nagoya University Competitive Learning Model for Freezing using Multiple Control Modules
Masato Waragai, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) NC2014-46
A model to control degrees of freedom (DOF) using modular structure is proposed for a problem of redundant degrees of fr... [more] NC2014-46
pp.13-18
HIP 2014-03-18
11:35
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. An Extraction of Muscle Synergies in the Grasping Task by the Integration of Hand Shape Information and EMG Signal
Katsunari Masuzaki, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) HIP2013-82
Since a human has a large number of muscles, it is thought that controlling the enormous degrees of freedom is difficult... [more] HIP2013-82
pp.17-22
HIP 2014-03-19
10:20
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. A radio-controlled car based study for learning backward parking
Shogo Yamauchi, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech), Yoshihiro Ohama, Hiroshi Yasuda (Toyota Central R&D Labs,Inc) HIP2013-93
Since there have been many drivers who are not good at parking backward, automotive manufacturers have developed several... [more] HIP2013-93
pp.71-76
HIP 2014-03-19
10:45
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. An analysis of the conducting movement by the minimum jerk trajectory of the periodic movement
Shinji Sumida, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) HIP2013-94
We can communicate with others not only by language but also gesture. In this study, we focus on the transmission of rhy... [more] HIP2013-94
pp.77-82
WIT 2014-03-08
09:45
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology Sign Language Word Recognition Using Via-point Information of Arm Movement and Correlation of the Left and Right Arm.
Shinpei Igari, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) WIT2013-80
We have studied Japanese sign Language (JSL) recognition using via-points based on the minimum jerk model. In our previo... [more] WIT2013-80
pp.75-80
WIT 2014-03-08
10:10
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology A sign language recognition based on the arm movement and features of hand posture using Kinect
Kenta Wada, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) WIT2013-81
In this study, we examine a recognition of sign language using Kinect which is easily able to measure the arm movement a... [more] WIT2013-81
pp.81-86
MVE, IE, WIT, IMQ, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2013-03-12
12:00
Fukuoka Fukuoka Institute of Technology Word Recognition Method of Sign Language Movement from Multiple Speakers Using Via-points Based on the Minimum Jerk Model.
Shinpei Igari, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) IMQ2012-80 IE2012-184 MVE2012-141 WIT2012-90
Feature extraction from movements and a pattern matching methods are major challenges in the word recognition of sign la... [more] IMQ2012-80 IE2012-184 MVE2012-141 WIT2012-90
pp.257-262
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2012-12-12
17:05
Aichi Toyohashi University of Technology Sign Language Recognition Considering the Spatial Location of the Via-points Based on the Minimum Jerk Model
Shinpei Igari, Naohiro Fukumura (TUT) NC2012-89
We have been studied a Japanese Sign Language (JSL) recognition method using via-points based on the Minimum Jerk Model.... [more] NC2012-89
pp.73-78
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