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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2022-03-03
09:30
Online Online Evaluation of the influence of cognitive load on chewing movement
Chihiro Otsubo, Kosuke Oiwa, Akio Nozawa (AGU) MBE2021-92
It is known that cognitive load influences the rhythm of cyclic movements in walking and standing control, which are gen... [more] MBE2021-92
pp.21-24
SIP, EA, SP, MI
(Joint) [detail]
2018-03-20
13:30
Okinawa   Development of masticatory motion analysis system for VR -- 3D modeling --
Kyosuke Mizukami, Yasuhiro Komaki, Yuto Araseki, Tensuke Koyama, Yoshihiko Hayakawa (Kitami Inst. of Tech.) MI2017-97
When considering wanting to develop software using VR (abbreviation of Virtual Reality, hereinafter referred to as VR) i... [more] MI2017-97
pp.111-114
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2017-12-13
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Characteristics identification of food ingested based on chewing movement path for non-contact mastication evaluation
Masataka Kushimiya, Chika Sugimoto (YNU)
The chewing process, also known as mastication, is extremely important. Various troubles such as deterioration of digest... [more]
WIT, ASJ-H 2017-05-27
13:25
Tokyo RION Co., LTD. Attempts to improve the perceived texture of nursing care foods using pseudo-chewing sounds -- The influence of food/sound congruity --
Hiroshi Endo (AIST), Nobuyuki Ohmori (Nagano Prefecture General Industrial Technology Center), Hidekazu Kaneko, Shuichi Ino, Waka Fujisaki (AIST) WIT2017-2
To improve the perceived texture of foods provided during nursing care, we developed a system to vary perceived food tex... [more] WIT2017-2
pp.5-10
MoNA, CQ
(Joint)
2014-09-11
10:15
Miyagi   Experimental Evaluation of Frame Collision Reduction Method for IEEE802.11 Wireless LAN System
Akira Kishida, Masashi Iwabuchi, Toshiyuki Shintaku, Takeshi Onizawa, Tetsu Sakata (NTT) CQ2014-42
The IEEE 802.11 distributed coordinated function (DCF) adopts carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CS... [more] CQ2014-42
pp.19-24
CQ, MVE, IE, IMQ, CEA
(Joint) [detail]
2014-03-07
16:50
Oita Beppu International Convention Center Adaptive Frame Collision Reduction Method using Post-IFS for IEEE802.11 Wireless LAN System
Akira Kishida, Masashi Iwabuchi, Toshiyuki Shintaku, Takeshi Onizawa, Tetsu Sakata (NTT) CQ2013-107
The IEEE 802.11 distributed coordinated function (DCF) adopts carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CS... [more] CQ2013-107
pp.107-112
RCS, NS
(Joint)
2013-12-19
16:40
Kagawa Sunport Hall Takamatsu [Invited Lecture] Wireless System Interworking for Future Radio Access and Mobile Optical Network
Akira Yamada, Yoshifumi Morihiro, Yukihiko Okumura (NTT DOCOMO) NS2013-149 RCS2013-237
This paper describes technologies to interwork cellular systems with other Radio Access Technologies (RATs) such as Wire... [more] NS2013-149 RCS2013-237
pp.87-92(NS), pp.181-186(RCS)
ASN 2013-11-29
09:20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Evaluation of Frame Collision Reduction Method using Post-IFS for IEEE802.11 Wireless LAN
Akira Kishida, Masashi Iwabuchi, Toshiyuki Shintaku, Tetsu Sakata, Takeshi Onizawa (NTT) ASN2013-105
Many mobile devices such as smartphones, mobile routers, and laptop PCs which equip wireless local area network (WLAN) i... [more] ASN2013-105
pp.79-84
NC, MBE 2013-09-25
13:55
Niigata Niigata University Ekinan-Campus "TOKIMATE" On the Effects of Chewing Gum on Concentration
Hiroto Ibi, Masahiro Nakagawa (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) MBE2013-57 NC2013-43
The act of chewing have been described as to activate the human’s brain. In this study, we investigated what effect gum-... [more] MBE2013-57 NC2013-43
pp.119-124
CQ, MoNA, IPSJ-DPS, IPSJ-GN, IPSJ-EIP
(Joint) [detail]
2013-09-13
08:30
Ishikawa Kanazawa Institute of Technology Frame Collision Reduction Method using Post-IFS for IEEE802.11 Wireless LAN
Akira Kishida, Masashi Iwabuchi, Toshiyuki Shintaku, Tetsu Sakata, Takeshi Onizawa (NTT) CQ2013-39
Nowadays, the use of wireless local area network (WLAN) stations (STAs) such as smartphones, mobile routers, and laptop ... [more] CQ2013-39
pp.69-74
ASN, RCS, NS, SR
(Joint)
2013-07-19
10:15
Shizuoka Hamamatsu Act City Capacity Enhancement with Multi-User Multi-Channel Transmission Technique for WLANs
Shoko Shinohara, Yasuhiko Inoue, B. A. Hirantha Sithira Abeysekera, Masato Mizoguchi (NTT) RCS2013-117
The upcoming wireless LAN standard IEEE 802.11ac extends the channel bandwith from conventional 20 or 40 MHz to 80 or 16... [more] RCS2013-117
pp.215-220
MBE 2009-09-14
14:55
Niigata Niigata Univ. Measurement of mastication, clenching in the daily life. -- Application of chewing recorder (BR-1000) newly developed --
Masao Sakaguchi (Skinos Tohmi Lab.), Hideya Momose (Nishizawa Electric Meters Manufacturing Co.,LTD), Takeo Taniguchi (Taniguchi Denntal Crinic), Nobuyuki Ono (Nagano National Coll. of Tech.) MBE2009-48
We developed bruxism, clenching record and analyzer (Chewing Recorder BR-1000) which made masseter potential which is r... [more] MBE2009-48
pp.57-60
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