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TL 2019-07-27
16:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] L2 processing of complex scope ambiguity in English -- Can perceivers learn to access non-structural cues? --
Yukiko Koizumi, Eri Shoji (Yamagata Univ.) TL2019-26
Studies show that native perceivers can employ various factors in resolving structural ambiguities. In the case of the E... [more] TL2019-26
pp.71-75
WBS, SAT
(Joint)
2019-05-16
09:00
Aichi MEIJO University (Tempaku campus) Sparse Frequency Diversity Design using ABC in Multiple Frequency Stepped Pulse Radar
Takayuki Inaba, Takumi Taniguchi, Manabu Akita (UEC) WBS2019-6
Authors have proposed stepped multiple frequency radar modulation. It could achieve both a high range resolution and a l... [more] WBS2019-6
pp.29-34
DE, IPSJ-DBS 2018-12-21
15:10
Tokyo National Institute of Informatics Proposal of Ambiguity Resolution Method of Sizzle Words Seen in Recipe Titles
Mio Takada, tetsuji satoh (University of Tsukuba) DE2018-19
In recent years, user-originated information has been increasing, one of which is a posted recipe such as CookPad, Rakut... [more] DE2018-19
pp.1-6
SANE 2018-10-12
12:10
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Evaluation on Range-Ambiguity Mitigation Using Compressive Sensing for Ultra-Wide-Band Stepped Multiple Frequency Complementary Phase Code Modulation Radar
Ryosuke Yamada, Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2018-50
The authors have developed stepped multiple frequency CPC, which is a proprietary modulation/demodulation method that ca... [more] SANE2018-50
pp.35-40
TL 2017-09-23
16:40
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology [Invited Talk] The Unchangeable Nature of "English Grammar" in Japan and Its Minor Improvements
Naohiro Takizawa (Ritsumeikan Univ.) TL2017-43
In this paper, the role that the "grammar" should play in the context of English Teaching in Japan is discussed. First, ... [more] TL2017-43
pp.31-36
TL 2017-07-22
11:10
Tokyo NINJAL Context and semantic composition of multiple dimension representations in real-time comprehension
Yao-Ying Lai (Yale Univ.), David Braze (Haskins Lab.), Maria Pinango (Yale Univ.) TL2017-14
We investigate the role of context in sentential meaning composition of aspectual verbal predicates (AspV). This semanti... [more] TL2017-14
pp.7-11
TL 2017-03-21
16:45
Aichi Nagoya International Centter Problem-solving for Word Sense Dis-ambiguity -- the solution to ambiguity of general-purpose verbs --
Masashi Saraki (ALR) TL2016-75
This experimentalreport relatesto problem-solving in English-Japanese machine translation, more particularly to the solu... [more] TL2016-75
pp.61-66
PRMU 2016-12-15
13:15
Tottori   [Invited Talk] Disambiguation in media understanding -- The 2nd Grand Challenge of PRMU --
Akisato Kimura (NT) PRMU2016-111
(To be available after the conference date) [more] PRMU2016-111
p.7
RCS 2016-06-23
11:30
Okinawa Univ. of the Ryukyus A Study on Signal Separation with Independent Component Analysis for Short Message of BLE
Masahiro Takigawa, Shinsuke Ibi, Seiichi Sampei (Osaka Univ.) RCS2016-68
This paper proposes a signal separation scheme with the aid of independent component analysis (ICA) that is customized f... [more] RCS2016-68
pp.129-134
NLC, TL [detail] 2015-06-04
14:35
Tokushima The University of Tokushima Meaning detection on Semantic analysis by Fusing Case analysis and Ontology
Mengjia He, Shun Nishide, Fuji Ren (Tokushima Univ.) TL2015-2 NLC2015-2
Case grammar that has been proposed by Charles Fillmore gave a huge impact on the semantic analysis . Around the verb, i... [more] TL2015-2 NLC2015-2
pp.7-12
NLC 2015-02-05
13:25
Osaka T.O.G Relationship between difficulty and ambiguity of words estimated by WSD
Koki Miyata, Takahiko Suzuki, Sachio Hirokawa (Kyushu Univ.) NLC2014-47
When learning a new word in language learning, there are two problems. One is how difficult the word itself is. The seco... [more] NLC2014-47
pp.17-22
TL 2014-08-12
17:15
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall [Poster Presentation] Contextual Influence on Ambiguity Resolution for Relative-Clause Attachment by Chinese Leaners of Japanese -- L2 Japanese in the Sentence Completion Paradigm --
Jiaohui Shen, Yoko Nakano, Yu Ikemoto (KGU) TL2014-27
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2014-27
pp.89-93
TL 2014-08-13
16:05
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall Corpus Frequency of Relative Clause Association in Japanese
Toshiyuki Yamada, Douglas Roland, Manabu Arai, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2014-35
Previous studies show mixed results for the processing of relative clause (RC) association ambiguity in Japanese, as in ... [more] TL2014-35
pp.127-132
NLC 2013-09-12
10:30
Tokyo National Olympics Memorial Youth Center Difficulty and Ambiguity of Verbs -- Analysis based on Synsets in Japanese WordNet --
Koki Miyata, Takahiko Suzuki, Sachio Hirokawa (Kyushu Univ.) NLC2013-15
When foreign students study Japanese words, they have to understand two things at a time. The first thing is to know how... [more] NLC2013-15
pp.7-12
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] Resolving Relative-Clause Attachment Ambiguity in L2 Japanese -- Turkish-speaking learners and native speakers of Japanese --
Yoko Nakano (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.), Baris Kahraman (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2013-19
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2013-19
pp.29-32
TL 2013-08-04
10:30
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus Optional Reanalysis in Relative Clause Association Ambiguity in Japanese
Toshiyuki Yamada, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2013-30
This study investigated whether the sentence-final verb triggers optional/unforced reanalysis in the processing of relat... [more] TL2013-30
pp.93-98
TL 2013-08-04
12:00
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus How do advanced learners of English understand a complex scope ambiguity? -- a case of negation and focus construction --
Yukiko Koizumi (Yamagata Univ.) TL2013-33
Important contribution of non-syntactic factors (e.g. pragmatics and prosody) in L1 processing has been established in K... [more] TL2013-33
pp.111-115
TL 2012-07-22
11:30
Yamagata Yamagata University What is in contrast? -- The role of prosodic prominence in ambiguity resolution --
Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo), Manabu Arai (JSPS/Univ. of Tokyo), Kiwako Ito (Ohio State Univ.) TL2012-21
Two eye-tracking visual world experiments investigate the interaction between the contrast-marking prosody and contextua... [more] TL2012-21
pp.63-66
IE, MVE 2012-03-12
15:00
Toyama Toyama University Effect of active motion in bistable motion perception
Daishi Nakamura (Univ. of Toyama), Masahiro Ishii (Sapporo City Univ.) IE2011-143 MVE2011-105
Though we can’t perceive that three - dimensional shape of three -dimensional object from shadow projected to the flat s... [more] IE2011-143 MVE2011-105
pp.59-63
PRMU, MVE, CQ, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2012-01-20
17:30
Osaka   The Mechanism of Solution Ambiguity in Estimating 3D Motion Parameters by Homography Decomposition and its Improvement
He Liu, Hiroyuki Hase, Shogo Tokai (Univ. of Fukui) PRMU2011-181 MVE2011-90
This paper presents the mechanism of solution ambiguity problem in estimating 3D motion parameters by homography decompo... [more] PRMU2011-181 MVE2011-90
pp.353-358
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