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MVE, IPSJ-CVIM, VRSJ-SIG-MR 2022-01-27
15:20
Online Online Appropriateness of Facial Expressions of Chord Empathic Agents on User's Sense of Music
Hibiki Takemura, Mako Ishida, Tomoko Yonezawa (Kansai Univ.) MVE2021-32
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MVE2021-32
pp.13-18
EST 2022-01-27
16:40
Online Online Study on the Effect of Periodic Fluctuations of Musical Instrument Sounds on Hearing
Kazuhiro Shiba, Takuiti hirano (TCU) EST2021-73
(To be available after the conference date) [more] EST2021-73
pp.79-83
ICTSSL, CAS 2022-01-21
15:00
Tokyo   Comparison of heart rate in playing electronic musical instrument with pedaling bicycle ergometer
Natsuki Asakura, Riku Hashimoto, Kengo Wakui, Yoshinobu Maeda, Mamoru Iwaki, Yukihiko Ushiyama (Niigata Univ), Tomoko Ichinose (Muko Women's Univ), Ryuhei Okuno (Setsunan Univ), Kenzo Akazawa (KIBOUNOIE) CAS2021-70 ICTSSL2021-47
In order to improve motivation for exercise and to maintain health while having fun, we incorporated music performance i... [more] CAS2021-70 ICTSSL2021-47
pp.74-79
CCS 2021-11-18
13:00
Osaka Osaka Univ.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Making Simple Music from Elementary Cellular Automata
Wataru Kojima, Toshimichi Saito (HU) CCS2021-18
Elementary cellular automata (ECAs) are simple digital dynamical systems in which time, space, and state are all discret... [more] CCS2021-18
pp.7-10
SR 2021-11-05
10:50
Online Online An evaluation of deep learning based direction finding method when coherent waves are incident on uniform circular array antennas
Katsuo Miyamoto, Taichi Ohtsuji (NEC) SR2021-52
Estimating the direction of arrival (DoA) of radio waves is important for understanding the radio propagation environmen... [more] SR2021-52
pp.65-71
MIKA
(3rd)
2021-10-28
10:30
Okinawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] Improvement of Direction Estimation Accuracy in Blind Array Calibration for Near-field Radio Source Localization Using UCA
Tomoki Hayashi, Nobuyoshi Kikuma, Kunio Sakakibara, Yoshiki Sugimoto (NITech)
This study discusses the localization of radio sources such as user terminals using the MUSIC algorithm with a uniform c... [more]
MIKA
(3rd)
2021-10-29
14:20
Okinawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] LCX for MIMO Transmission and Positioning
Minoru Okada (NAIST), Yafei Hou (Okayama Univ.), Takeshi Higashino (NAIST)
Leaky Coaxial cable (LCX) is a specially designed cable whose outer conductor has slots to leak the electro-magnetic wav... [more]
MW, AP
(Joint)
2021-09-10
14:05
Online Online Evaluation of Moving Target Localization Accuracy Considering Linear Prediction of Channel Response and Target's Velocity
Nobuyuki Shiraki, Naoki Honma, Kentaro Murata (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2021-65
In this paper, the localization accuracy of the moving target is evaluated by the method considering linear prediction o... [more] AP2021-65
pp.47-52
AP 2021-08-20
10:50
Online Online Evaluation of Multi-Target Localization Accuracy Using Cooperative MIMO Radar
Nobuyuki Shiraki, Naoki Honma, Kentaro Murata (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2021-50
In this paper, the multi-target localization accuracy is evaluated by using cooperative multistatic Multiple-Input Multi... [more] AP2021-50
pp.13-18
AP, SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2021-07-30
14:55
Online Online [Invited Lecture] Simulation Evaluation of RSSI-Based 2D Localization Method Using 4-Element Circular Array and 180°/90° Hybrids
Kazuki Onodera, Naoki Honma, Kentaro Murata (Iwate Univ.), Mari Takeda, Atsushi Takei, Kazuhiro Matsumoto, Nobuyuki Shibano, Tetsuya Hishikawa (Panasonic) AP2021-46
This paper proposes a method for two-dimensional indoor localization only based on Received Signal Strength Indicator (R... [more] AP2021-46
pp.126-131
EA, ASJ-H 2021-07-15
14:00
Online Online [Invited Talk] *
EA2021-8
In-game Music analysis must be implemented to execute ultra-fast while maintaining high accuracy. For Beat tracker, I co... [more] EA2021-8
pp.40-45
EA, ASJ-H 2021-07-16
09:55
Online Online The Various Uses of SuperCollider -- a personal perspective --
Yota Morimoto (coton co.) EA2021-13
Through projects ranging from sonification research, to cloud computing service and to embedded applications, SuperColli... [more] EA2021-13
pp.61-65
SP, IPSJ-SLP, IPSJ-MUS 2021-06-19
15:00
Online Online Investigation on fine-tuning with image classification networks for deep neural network-based musical instrument classification
Yuki Shiroma, Yuma Kinoshita, Sayaka Shiota, Hitoshi Kiya (TMU) SP2021-17
In this paper, we investigate abilities of channel conversion methods for fine-tuning with image classification networks... [more] SP2021-17
pp.75-79
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-24
11:00
Online Online Do lyrics have positive influence in BGM context dependent effects on incidental learning ?
Daisuke Tanaka, Shohei Asahi (Tottori Univ.) HCS2021-4 HIP2021-4
With regard to BGM (Background Music) context dependent effect, one experiment investigated whether lyrics of BGM enhanc... [more] HCS2021-4 HIP2021-4
pp.17-20
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM, IPSJ-NL 2021-05-20
14:55
Online Online Improvement of Live Music Video Presence Using Zooming
Ai Oishi, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) PRMU2021-2
Although there are various types of live music video contents, it is difficult for the viewers to get a sense of presenc... [more] PRMU2021-2
pp.7-12
CW
(2nd)
2021-03-04 Chiba
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Detecting Features for a Music Recognition System
Yuya Tanaka, Shusuke Okamoto, Shinji Sakamoto (Seikei Univ.)
The music recognition system is a system that inputs an audio file and outputs its metadata such as music title, and a s... [more]
EMM 2021-03-04
14:30
Online Online [Poster Presentation] A Hearable Data Hiding Technique for Musical Pieces Utilizing Reverb Effects
Ruka Inoue, Tetsuya Kojima, Raito Matsuzaki, Akira Tanaka (NIT, Tokyo College) EMM2020-71
A hearable data hiding technique utilizing characteristics of musical pieces has been proposed. This technique is called... [more] EMM2020-71
pp.25-27
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM 2021-03-05
10:00
Online Online Automatic music transcription system based on convolutional neural network for electric guitar considering sounds of same pitch and different strings
Toshiaki Matsui, Tetsuya Matsumoto, Hiroaki Kudo (Nagoya Univ), Yoshinori Takeuchi (Daido Univ) PRMU2020-86
In this research, we propose a system that outputs tablature notation of an electric guitar performance from acoustic si... [more] PRMU2020-86
pp.97-102
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2021-03-05
09:00
Online Online Adaptive Channel Prediction over Multi-Cluster and Time-Varying Channels for Analog-Digital-Hybrid Massive MIMO Systems
Kenta Tsuge, Yuyuan Chang, Kazuhiko Fukawa (Tokyo Tech), Satoshi Suyama, Takahiro Asai (NTT DOCOMO) RCS2020-252
For 5G massive MIMO systems, hybrid beamforming (HB), which is composed of the analog beamforming (AB) and the digital b... [more] RCS2020-252
pp.222-227
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2021-03-04
14:35
Online Online An analysis of conductors'body and baton movement: exploring the communication mechanism of music conducting.
Nozomi Yamakawa, Yutaka Sakaguchi (UEC) NC2020-58
We analyzed the body movement of music conductors, aiming to reveal the mechanism of communication of temporal informati... [more] NC2020-58
pp.89-94
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