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NC, MBE
(Joint)
2020-03-04
14:15
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Mathematical Model for Generating Pseudo Violin-Bowing Movements Including Their Movement Duration
Yasunobu Kimura, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ) NC2019-83
This research formulates a mathematical model for generating violin bowing-like movements with various movement duration... [more] NC2019-83
pp.45-50
NC, MBE 2019-12-06
11:25
Aichi Toyohashi Tech Mathematical Model for Generating Human Foot-Lifting Movements onto One-Up Stair-Step from Stair Rise
Toshikazu Matsui, Shu Kitabatake (Gunma Univ) MBE2019-49 NC2019-40
This research formulates a mathematical model generating foot-lifting movements from only the step rise without any info... [more] MBE2019-49 NC2019-40
pp.25-30
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2019-03-06
13:00
Tokyo University of Electro Communications Mathematical Model for Simulating Human Foot-Lifting Movements onto One-Up Stair-Step
Akihiko Ueki, Shu Kitabatake, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) NC2018-78
This research formulates an optimal control model for reproducing human foot-lifting movements onto one-up stair-step as... [more] NC2018-78
pp.187-192
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2018-10-19
16:50
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Human Three-Joint Arm's Moving-Object Capturing Characteristics and Its Mathematical Model
Yasunobu Kimura, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) NC2018-19
This research formulates a mathematical model that simulates human arm’s reaching movements for capturing a uniformly an... [more] NC2018-19
pp.33-38
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-11-25
15:50
Miyagi Tohoku University Via-Point Typed Optimal Control Model for Simulating Human Squat Movements and Its Effectiveness
Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) NC2017-37
A three-link and three-joint optimal control model to reproduce human squat movements has already been proposed. This mo... [more] NC2017-37
pp.53-58
HIP 2017-10-23
14:10
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Influence of Accommodation Error on Human Vision's Recognition Characteristics for Flashed Images
Shu Kitabatake, Nobutaka Oi, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) HIP2017-58
This research clarifies the significance of accommodation error in image recognition in human vision. Actually, it switc... [more] HIP2017-58
pp.13-16
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-11-19
13:50
Miyagi Tohoku University Hand-Joint Freezing Strategy and Its Model in Human Three-Joint Arm's Reaching Movements
Toshikazu Matsui, Takumi Suzuki, Tomohiro Furuya (Gunma Univ.) MBE2016-56
When we move our own arm in our daily life, we experience that our hand-joint angle hardly changes during the movement. ... [more] MBE2016-56
pp.39-44
HIP 2016-09-28
11:15
Nara   Influence of Accommodation on Human Vision's Perceptual Characteristics at Switching Images
Toshikazu Matsui, Naoto Yanashima (Gunma Univ.) HIP2016-53
Many studies have shown that accommodation error changes adaptively depending on presented image’s properties even if th... [more] HIP2016-53
pp.51-56
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-03-22
13:50
Tokyo Tamagawa University Influence of Knee-Joint Torque on Simulating Falling Accidents during Sit-to-Stand Movements
Toshikazu Matsui, Kunio Dobashi, Nobuaki Nakazawa (Gunma Univ.) MBE2015-110
We have already formulated a dynamics-switching three-link and three-joint optimal control model that reproduces human s... [more] MBE2015-110
pp.39-44
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2015-12-19
13:25
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Theoretical Reproduction of Falling Accidents during Sit-to-Stand Movements Using Optimal Control Model
Toshikazu Matsui, Kunio Dobashi, Nobuaki Nakazawa (Gunma Univ.) MBE2015-70
We have already formulated a dynamics-switching three-link and three-joint optimal control model that reproduces human s... [more] MBE2015-70
pp.43-48
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2015-11-21
10:00
Miyagi Tohoku University Obstacle-Avoiding Strategy in Human Three-Joint Arm's Reaching Movement Mechanism
Toshikazu Matsui, Hiroki Okabe, Shin-ya Imai (Gunma Univ.) MBE2015-56
This research formulates a new optimal control model for reproducing human arm’s obstacle-avoiding movements through inc... [more] MBE2015-56
pp.17-22
NC, MBE 2015-03-17
14:45
Tokyo Tamagawa University Model for Optimizing Movement Time of Human Arm's Reaching Movements
Takeshi Sekiguchi, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) MBE2014-138 NC2014-89
We have already formulated a human three-joint arm’s optimal control model characterized by its freezing-like mechanism ... [more] MBE2014-138 NC2014-89
pp.123-128
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2014-11-22
15:10
Miyagi Tohoku University Optimal Control Model of Human Squat Movement Mechanism Based on Successive Optimization
Toshikazu Matsui, Masayoshi Motegi, Natsuki Tani (Gunma Univ.) MBE2014-73
A three-link and three-joint optimal control model to reproduce human squat movements has already been proposed. This mo... [more] MBE2014-73
pp.75-80
HIP 2014-09-26
15:00
Nara Nara Prefectural New Public Hall Derivation of Optimal Line Space for Legible Japanese Documents Based on Psychological Experiment
Yugo Yonezu, Naoto Ishikawa, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) HIP2014-57
There have been two kinds of methods to derive the optimal line space to make documents the most legible. One is a metho... [more] HIP2014-57
pp.75-80
HIP 2013-09-13
09:55
Kyoto NICT Keihanna building Theoretical Derivation of Optimal Line Space in Kanji Documents in Terms of Accommodation in Human Vision
Naoto Ishikawa, Tomomi Miyata, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) HIP2013-54
We have already developed the method that theoretically derives the optimal line space to make documents the most legibl... [more] HIP2013-54
pp.23-28
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE [detail] 2011-11-10
15:30
Miyagi RIEC Theoretical Derivation of Optimal Line Space in Document Images in Terms of Accommodation in Human Vision
Tomomi Miyata, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) HIP2011-46
We develop a framework that theoretically derives the optimal line space to make document images the most legible in ter... [more] HIP2011-46
pp.17-22
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE 2010-10-15
15:20
Miyagi RIEC Two-Dimensional Model of Accommodation Mechanism in Human Vision and Its Effectiveness Verification
Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) HIP2010-59
This research extends the one-dimensional model for the accommodation mechanism in human vision to a two-dimensional mod... [more] HIP2010-59
pp.93-98
HIP 2009-12-18
10:15
Miyagi RIEC Accommodative Characteristics and Cues for Images Composed of Many Spatial Frequencies
Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ) HIP2009-109
This report discusses what cues drive the accommodation mechanism in human vision. The stimuli used in the experiments w... [more] HIP2009-109
pp.73-78
ITE-IDY, EID, ITE-HI, ITE-3DIT, LSJ, IEE-OQD 2009-10-08
15:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Comparison in Performance between Improved Conventional Methods and Cooperative Vision-Model-Based Method in Edge-Enhanced Image Sharpness Evaluation
Toshikazu Matsui, Tomohiro Fujita (Gunma Univ.) EID2009-24
It has been shown that the sharpness evaluation method based on the cooperative human vision model is superior in perfor... [more] EID2009-24
pp.25-28
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-11
10:20
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. An Optimal Control Model for Human Rising Motion from Chair
Takahisa Shibusawa, Naoto Miyazaki, Toshikazu Matsui (Gunma Univ.) MBE2008-97
We have formulated a three-link (an upper body, two thighs, and two lower legs) and three-joint optimal control model th... [more] MBE2008-97
pp.13-18
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