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SP, IPSJ-SLP, IPSJ-MUS 2021-06-18
13:00
Online Online Tools and practice for supporting recommended protocol for acoustic recording of speech data for high usability -- Application of a cascaded all-pass filters with randomized center frequencies and phase polarities --
Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.), Kohei Yatabe (Waseda Univ.), Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Sci. Univ. Hokkaido), Mitsunori Mizumachi (Kyushu Inst. Tech), Masanori Morise (Meiji Univ.), Hideki Banno (Meijo Univ.), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) SP2021-1
Objective measurements of speech data acquisition and presentation is clucial for assureing reploducibility and reusabil... [more] SP2021-1
pp.1-6
SP, IPSJ-SLP, IPSJ-MUS 2021-06-18
15:00
Online Online Speech Intelligibility Experiments using crowdsourcing -- from designing Web page to Data screening --
Ayako Yamamoto, Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.), Kenichi Arai, Shoko Araki, Atsunori Ogawa, Keisuke Kinoshita, Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT) SP2021-5
Many subjective experiments have been performed to develop objective speech intelligibility measures, but the novel coro... [more] SP2021-5
pp.25-30
EA, US, SP, SIP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2021-03-03
14:05
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Comparison of speech intelligibility results between laboratory and crowd-sourcing experiments
Ayako Yamamoto, Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.), Kenichi Arai, Shoko Araki, Atunori Ogawa, Keisuke Kinoshita, Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT) EA2020-73 SIP2020-104 SP2020-38
Many subjective experiments have been performed to develop objective speech intelligibility measure. But COVID-19 has ma... [more] EA2020-73 SIP2020-104 SP2020-38
pp.79-84
SP, EA, SIP 2020-03-02
13:00
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Production and auditory features of speech sounds before and after vocal training using hearing impairment simulator, WHIS
Soichi Higashiyama, Hanako Yoshigi, Hideki Kawahara, Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) EA2019-113 SIP2019-115 SP2019-62
We studied the effect of voice training using hearing impairment simulator on speech clarity. We recorded speech and Ele... [more] EA2019-113 SIP2019-115 SP2019-62
pp.71-76
SP, EA, SIP 2020-03-03
13:35
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Application of frequency-domain variant of velvet noise to the measurement of auditory effects on the fundamental frequency of sustained voicing
Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.), Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Science Univ. of Hoakkaido), Minoru Tsuzaki (KCU), Toshie Matsui (TIT), Masanori Morise (Meiji Univ.), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) EA2019-161 SIP2019-163 SP2019-110
This report introduces application of a new impulse response measurement test signal (FVN: Frequency domain variant of V... [more] EA2019-161 SIP2019-163 SP2019-110
pp.349-354
EA, ASJ-H 2019-10-29
13:00
Tokyo NHK Science&Technology Research Lab. Application of frequency domain variants of velvet noise to multi-aspect measurement of acoustic systems
Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.), Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Science Univ. Hokkaido), Mitsunori Mizumachi (Kyushu Inst. Tech.), Masanori Morise (Meiji Univ.), Hideki Banno (Meijo Univ.), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) EA2019-47
We introduce FVN (Frequency domain variants of Velvet Noise), a new member of TSP (Time Stretched Pulse), which consists... [more] EA2019-47
pp.69-75
WIT, SP 2018-10-27
16:50
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology(Kitakyushu) Implementation of hearing impairment simulator based on the gammachirp auditory filterbank and its educational application
Toshie Matsui (TUT), Hideki Banno (Meijo Univ.), Ryuichi Nisimura, Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) SP2018-38 WIT2018-26
We have developed and improved a hearing impairment (HI) simulator that allows normal hearing people to experience diffi... [more] SP2018-38 WIT2018-26
pp.31-36
SIP, EA, SP, MI
(Joint) [detail]
2018-03-19
13:00
Okinawa   [Poster Presentation] Intelligibility of speech with additive bubble noise and enhancement under hearing impairment simulation
Narumi Ohashi, Naoko Yomura, Katsuhiko Yamamoto (Wakayama Univ.), Shoko Araki, Keisuke Kinoshita, Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) EA2017-116 SIP2017-125 SP2017-99
Subjective experiments were performed to develop speech intelligibility (SI) prediction metrics for both hearing-impaire... [more] EA2017-116 SIP2017-125 SP2017-99
pp.87-92
HCS 2018-03-13
11:20
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University HCS2017-95 Annotating actions during conversation is essential to analyze and evaluate dialogue quantitatively. Although automatic ... [more] HCS2017-95
pp.11-15
HIP, ASJ-H 2018-03-04
11:40
Okinawa IT Souzoukan, Naha City Possible application of velvet noise and its variant in psychology and physiology of hearing
Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.), Minoru Tsuzaki (Kyoto City Univ. of Arts), Hideki Banno (Meijo Univ.), Morise Masanori (Univ. of Yamanashi), Toshie Matsui (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.)
 [more] HIP2017-113
pp.99-104
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-17
14:25
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Hearing impairment simulator for training course of speech therapists and development of its web application
Maya Yonemitsu, Toshio Irino, Toshie Matsui, Ryuichi Nisimura (Wakayama Univ.), Michiko Hashi, Jun Hasegawa (P.U.Hiroshima) HCS2017-42 HIP2017-42
We have developed an hearing impairment simulator (HI simulator) which provides an opportunity for a normal-hearing list... [more] HCS2017-42 HIP2017-42
pp.277-282
HCS 2017-03-16
11:40
Miyagi   Correspondence between tags assigned via microcounseling and the listening assessment of evaluators as determined by the EMOtional MOvement Observation system (EMO system)
Ryoko Hanada (Tokyo Woman's Christian Univ.), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.), Nobuhiro Furuyama (Waseda Univ.), Masashi Inoue (Yamagata Univ.), Ryutaro Nakajima (The Univ. of Tokyo) HCS2016-110
In the present study, basic data were obtained for the development of listening-based learning support, with the aim of ... [more] HCS2016-110
pp.113-118
HCS 2017-01-27
10:50
Fukuoka Namiki Square Active listening learning support for counselors by employing a psychological counseling corpus and the EMOtional MOvement Observation system (EMO system)
Ryoko Hanada (Tokyo Woman's Christian Univ.), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.), Nobuhiro Furuyama (Waseda Univ.), Masashi Inoue (Yamagata Univ.), Ryutaro Nakajima (The Univ. of Tokyo) HCS2016-60
Abstract This paper proposes active listening learning support for counselors by employing a psychological counseling c... [more] HCS2016-60
pp.5-10
EA, ASJ-H 2015-08-03
13:00
Miyagi Tohoku Univ., Research Inst. of Electrical Communication Aliasing reduction in L-F model implementation for an interactive tool applicable to speech science education
Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.), Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Sciences Univ. Hokkaido), Hideki Banno (Meijo Univ.), Masanori Morise (Univ. Yamanashi), Tomoki Toda (NAIST), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) EA2015-10
 [more] EA2015-10
pp.1-6
SIP, EA, SP 2015-03-03
15:05
Okinawa   Statistical modeling of an F0 estimation method based on higher-order waveform symmetry and its application to filled pause analysis
Hideki Kawahara, Ryuichi Nisimura, Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.) EA2014-127 SIP2014-168 SP2014-190
A robust method for tacking F0 trajectory as an initial estimate followed by a refinement procedure which is base on a t... [more] EA2014-127 SIP2014-168 SP2014-190
pp.307-312
SP, ASJ-H 2014-10-23
14:00
Wakayama Nanki Shirahama Onsen Hotel Seamore Pre-processing for vocal tract area function estimation using linear prediction analysis
Kinuyo Isa, Shoki Yoshimoto, Ryuichi Nisimura, Toshio Irino, Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.) SP2014-79
Estimaiton of vocal tract area function based on linear predictive analysis suffers from biasing factors such as glottal... [more] SP2014-79
pp.27-28
SP, ASJ-H 2014-10-23
14:00
Wakayama Nanki Shirahama Onsen Hotel Seamore Investigations on estimated vocal tract area functions of growl-like singing voices
Shohei Mizobuchi, Kinuyo Isa, Ryuichi Nisimura, Toshio Irino, Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.) SP2014-80
Behavior of vocal tract area functions estimated from growl-like singing voices was investigated to introduce a simple m... [more] SP2014-80
pp.29-30
SP, ASJ-H 2014-10-24
10:00
Wakayama Nanki Shirahama Onsen Hotel Seamore [Invited Talk] The role of STRAIGHT in research on the perception of size in speech and music
Roy D. Patterson (Univ. of Cambridge), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ.)
Fifteen years ago, while working on the mathematics of the gammachirp auditory filter, we realized that the perception o... [more] SP2014-88
pp.71-75
SP, IPSJ-MUS 2014-05-24
11:30
Tokyo   ROCKON:Environmental sound collection and recognition system using smartphones
Minori Matsuyama, Takahiko Tsuda, Ryuichi Nisimura, Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ), Junnosuke Yamada (NTT), Toshio Irino (Wakayama Univ) SP2014-19
 [more] SP2014-19
pp.181-186
SP, IPSJ-MUS 2014-05-24
11:30
Tokyo   Acquisition and retention of perceptual cue for size judgment using whispered speech
Koudai Yamamoto, Toshio Irino, Ryuichi Nisimura, Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.) SP2014-25
We have suggested that the auditory system can extract and separate information about vocal tract shape from information... [more] SP2014-25
pp.237-242
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