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TL 2019-12-22
10:45
Ehime   A Consideration of Verbs with predicate object in Mandarin
Xie Zhanmei (Kobe Univ.) TL2019-46
In Mandarin, there are verbs which can take predicate component as object. In this paper, we summarized the main definit... [more] TL2019-46
pp.19-24
TL 2019-12-22
15:50
Ehime   Parsing of classical Chinese sentence and automatically making of return mark information with Lisp
Mizuki Nagasawa, Hayato Nakano (NITHC) TL2019-53
Parsing is an analysis in which sentences are broken down into words and grasps in the interrelationships between the wo... [more] TL2019-53
pp.61-65
PRMU 2019-12-19
11:15
Oita   A Study on the Extraction Method of Handwritten Chinese Character's Structure Using the Simplicial Complex and Simplicial Approximation
Masato Suzuki, Daisuke Kitakoshi (Tokyo KOSEN) PRMU2019-49
We have been investigating a method to extract structural information of handwritten chinese characters, realizing how t... [more] PRMU2019-49
pp.17-21
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2019-11-28
10:50
Fukuoka   Development of Support System for Tongue Diagnosis in Traditional Chinese Medicine
Zhenyu An (Yamaguchi Univ.), Ren Wu (Yamaguchi Junior College), Mitusru Nakata, Qi-Wei Ge (Yamaguchi Univ.) CAS2019-46 MSS2019-25
The purpose of this paper is to develop a support system that automatically diagnoses the health of the human body throu... [more] CAS2019-46 MSS2019-25
pp.11-14
TL 2019-07-27
16:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] Overuse Error of "no" in L2 Japanese: A New Proposal
Kazunori Suzuki, Jialiang Lu (Tokyo Tech) TL2019-20
This study examines the overuse error of “no” in L2 Japanese. There are several studies investigating the overuse of “no... [more] TL2019-20
pp.43-48
TL 2019-07-14
13:15
Tokyo Waseda University On Use of Word Dispersion Expressions in Language Research -- A Case Study in Chinese Language Research --
Ou Tou, Tomohiro Ishida, Cou Tei, Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2019-6
This paper explores how linguistics can utilize AI technology such as machine learning and deep learning on research sub... [more] TL2019-6
pp.31-36
TL 2019-03-18
11:10
Tokyo Waseda University Development and trial of Chinese courier learning application -- The quiz application "Little You" using the friends feature of LINE BOT --
Tomiko Yuyama, Maiko Shinozuka (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ), Koutarou Yamamoto (Soryusha) TL2018-51
Popularization of mobile terminals and prosperity of communication activities have changed the qualities and learning ne... [more] TL2018-51
pp.7-12
PRMU 2018-12-13
10:30
Miyagi   Candidate Reduction Method Using Hierarchical Overlapping Clustering and Convolutional Neural Network for Fast Chinese Character Recognition
Soichi Tashima, Hideaki Goto (Tohoku Univ.) PRMU2018-77
Along with the widespread of the mobile devices equipped with cameras, many applications using the camera function have ... [more] PRMU2018-77
pp.13-18
TL 2018-12-09
15:00
Ehime Ehime University Duality of Recognition of Time in Japanese and Chinese Viewed from the Chinese Auxiliary Verbs HUI and YAO
Tomohiro Ishida, Ting Zhang (TUFS) TL2018-48
One of the particular difficulties for Japanese native speakers learning Chinese is use of the auxiliary verbs huì and y... [more] TL2018-48
pp.23-28
ET 2018-12-08
14:05
Niigata Nagaoka University of Technology Design of a Relation Model of Pattern Using the DEMATEL Method in Chinese Medicine Information
Igarashi aya, Takahashi Koichi, Rikitake Yoshiaki, Hayakawa Yoshihiro (NIT, Sendai College), Seki Takashi (Tohoku Univ.), Takahashi Akiko (NIT, Sendai College) ET2018-72
There are few opportunities for learners of Chinese medicine including physicians to receive systematic education in Jap... [more] ET2018-72
pp.33-36
PRMU, IBISML, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2018-09-20
09:50
Fukuoka   A Study of Handwritten Chinese Character Recognition Method Based on Detection of The Curve Endpoints and Quadratic Curve Fitting
Masato Suzuki, Daisuke Kitakoshi (Tokyo KOSEN) PRMU2018-44 IBISML2018-21
The local feature extraction used in general object recognition is one of the useful method to recognize
the handwritte... [more]
PRMU2018-44 IBISML2018-21
pp.55-60
ET 2018-09-15
14:35
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi University Training to set up a Japanese version Windows for international students
Daisuke Szuuki (Hokuriku Univ.) ET2018-35
We designed and practiced an exercise for foreign students to understand Japanese IT terms and acquire the ability to se... [more] ET2018-35
pp.43-46
TL 2018-07-28
16:40
Tokyo Keio University [Poster Presentation] TIME IS MONEY in Classical Chinese
Ian Joo (CityU HK), Ying Han (Shanxi Technology And Business Univ.) TL2018-22
TIME IS MONEY is a metaphor prevalent in contemporary English and many modern languages, reflected in everyday expressio... [more] TL2018-22
pp.49-52
TL 2018-07-28
16:40
Tokyo Keio University [Poster Presentation] Difference in referential-expression preferences between Japanese and Chinese readers
Mari Miyao (Kyoto Univ.), Amy J. Schafer, Bonnie D. Schwartz (Univ. of Hawaii) TL2018-29
A self-paced reading experiment was conducted to examine how native Japanese-speaking and Chinese-speaking adults proces... [more] TL2018-29
pp.83-86
TL 2018-03-19
14:30
Tokyo Waseda University Duality of the Passage of Time Impacting Auxiliary Verb “会” -- An Error Analysis of "Future Expression" in Japanese CFL (Chinese as a foreign language) Learners --
Tomohiro Ishida, Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2017-67
Learner's corpus analysis has revealed that the acquisition of the Chinese auxiliary verb 会(hui) which represents “possi... [more] TL2017-67
pp.45-50
TL 2018-03-19
15:40
Tokyo Waseda University Comparison of effectiveness of mobile application to improve Chinese tone pronunciation ability
MingSung Kang, Atsushi Ito (Utsunomiya Univ.) TL2017-69
Many teaching materials on Chinese pronunciation and electronic teaching materials are focused on imitation exercises of... [more] TL2017-69
pp.57-62
ITS, IE, ITE-MMS, ITE-HI, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2018-02-16
11:30
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. A Study of Handwritten Chinese Character Recognition Method Based on Feature Points Extraction Using Small Scale Space
Masato Suzuki, Daisuke Kitakoshi (Tokyo Kosen) ITS2017-83 IE2017-115
Recognition method using local feature extraction is one of the famous strategies to general object recognition. By cons... [more] ITS2017-83 IE2017-115
pp.257-260
TL 2017-12-10
10:45
Ehime Ehime University A Study on Learning Method to Improve Chinese Pronunciation
Ming Sung Kang, Atsushi Ito (Utsunomiya Univ.) TL2017-47
With the progress of cultural and economic exchanges between Japan and Chinese-speaking countries, the necessity to lear... [more] TL2017-47
pp.19-24
HCS 2017-08-20
13:15
Tokyo Seikei University Difference in emotional purity contained in Chinese and Japanese voice
Lian Cao, Shinkichi Sugimori (Tokyo Gakugei Univ.), Fumiaki Taka (Kanagawa Univ.) HCS2017-47
In this study, we conducted an experiment of cognition of emotional purity on Chinese and Japanese people using angry/jo... [more] HCS2017-47
pp.1-6
TL 2017-07-22
- 2017-07-23
Tokyo NINJAL Subject-NP wins over topic-NP, but topic is base-generated in Chinese
Fang Wang, Fuyun Wu (Shanghai International Studies Univ.)
Chinese is a topic-prominent SVO language (Li & Thompson 1976). Topic structures can occur in relative clauses (RCs) (Xu... [more]
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