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EST 2022-01-27
17:00
Online Online Technology for understanding infrastructure conditions using numerical simulation of acoustic fields
Akihiro Tsuno, Keisuke Kako, Yuki Kimata, Hideaki Kimura (Chubu Univ) EST2021-74
(To be available after the conference date) [more] EST2021-74
pp.84-87
ET 2021-10-30
14:50
Online Online Text based communication support for deaf and head of hearing in consideration of sound source
Nobuko Kato, Marie Kepler (NTUT) ET2021-17
In order to support deaf and heard of hearing people in museums, it is necessary to convey not only audio information bu... [more] ET2021-17
pp.9-12
US 2021-06-18
15:20
Online Online Study of attention of bats by reproducing echoes using FDTD simulation.
Yuta Hasegawa, Yu Teshima, Taku Kawamura, Takao Tsuchiya, Shizuko Hiryu (Doshisha Univ.) US2021-13
Bats use echolocation, in which they emit sounds and listen to their echoes, to achieve a high level of spatial percepti... [more] US2021-13
pp.29-34
US 2021-06-18
15:45
Online Online Evaluation of auditory directivity in horseshoe bat by using FDTD simulation
Takumi Nomura, Yu Tesima, Takao Tsuchiya, Shizuko Hiryu (Doshisha Univ) US2021-14
Bats acquire spatial information by emitting ultrasonic waves and processing the echoes from their surroundings. We have... [more] US2021-14
pp.35-40
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2021-03-04
09:25
Online Online An Estimated Intersections Reduction Method for Percussion Source Separation Based on the U-Net
Daisuke Tanaka, Susumu Kuroyanagi (NIT) NC2020-55
In the music information processing using drum information, the sound source separation is pre-processed to separate onl... [more] NC2020-55
pp.71-76
US 2021-02-22
14:30
Online Online Shape classification by SVM and reflection waveform evaluation by FDTD simulation -- Consideration on shape recognition by bat echolocation --
Yusho Uemura, Yu Teshima, Takao Tsuchiya, Shizuko Hiryu (Doshisha Univ.) US2020-69
Bats acquire spatial information by emitting ultrasound pulse and processing echoes from the surroundings. We have clari... [more] US2020-69
pp.14-19
US 2021-02-22
15:20
Online Online Detecting Diseases Using Korotkoff Sound Analysis -- - Examples of signal processing and statistical analysis - --
Hitoshi Takagi, Tsuneyoshi Sugimoto, Motoaki Sano, Fumiyo Katayama (Toin Univ) US2020-71
The aim of this study is to detect diseases, such as coronary artery disease (CAD), whose symptoms may manifest as abnor... [more] US2020-71
pp.23-28
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2020-12-15
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Attempt to acquire pull-type information using environmental sounds
Shouta Yokota, Kazuko Tobita, Hirohiko Honda (SIT)
Conventional information using an alert or the effective sound was used noticing the user when an event occurred(Push-ty... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2020-12-15
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Development of Ubiquitous Environment Consist of On-Demand Pinpoint Audio System for Persons with Visually Impaired
Noko Kuratomo, Haruna Miyakawa, Ryoma Suizu (Univ. Tsukuba), Soh Masuko (Rakuten Inc./Univ.Tsukuba), Toshimasa Yamanaka, Keiichi Zempo (Univ. Tsukuba)
This research intend to develop a ubiquitous environment using hearing, in which the information sound is obtained whene... [more]
EA 2020-12-14
15:20
Online Online STUDY ON DISEASE-DETECTION METOHDS USING BODY-CONDUCTED SOUNDS IN LIVESTOCK
Kazunari Tsuchiya, Syunsuke Ishimitsu, Yoshiko Morinaga, Cheng Yibing, Kenta Narusawa, Satoshi Iijima, Masashi Nakayama (Hiroshima City Univ.), Osamu Mikami, Michihiro Takagi, Hiroaki Inoue (NARO) EA2020-57
With the increase in the sizes of the farms in Japan’s livestock industry, managing individual animals has become quite ... [more] EA2020-57
pp.69-74
WIT, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2020-10-22
16:40
Online Online A Speaker Recognition System for Persons Having Hearing Difficulty
Shin-ichi Nakamura, Kazuhisa Oba SP2020-15 WIT2020-16
Deaf people get various information by watching the face of person one is talking to. The information includes the fact ... [more] SP2020-15 WIT2020-16
pp.39-42
EA, ASJ-H 2020-07-20
13:00
Online Online A Symbol Classification Technique for Inaudible Sound Communication Systems Using a Machine Learning Approach
Kosei Ozeki, Naofumi Aok, Saki Anazawa, Yoshinori Dobashi (Hokkaido Univ.), Kenichi Ikeda, Hiroshi Yasuda (SST, Inc.) EA2020-1
In this research, we have developed a system that performs data communication by embedding information in high frequency... [more] EA2020-1
pp.1-6
EA, ASJ-H 2020-07-21
10:25
Online Online What is this sound in dB? -- We tried to determine students' comprehension of sound levels, online ver. --
Mari Ueda, Tetsuo Tanaka (KAIT) EA2020-10
To examine the appropriate information disclosure method of noise as the final goal, we firstly set the goal to grasp th... [more] EA2020-10
pp.55-61
US 2020-04-27
13:55
Online Online Remote And Pinpoint Three-Dimensional Sound Measurement based on Locally Engendered Nonlinear Acoustic Interaction
Masahiro Nakanishi, Keisuke Hasegawa, Takaaki Nara (UTokyo) US2020-2
One of the most straightforward method of sound field measurement is the use of a microphone array. However, since this ... [more] US2020-2
pp.7-12
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2020-03-05
14:40
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A method for sound source separation using the onset information based on the NMF with deformable bases
Shota Uchida, Susumu Kuroyanagi (NITech) NC2019-98
Currently, the NMF with deformable bases has been proposed as a model for learning the sequences of frequency spectrum f... [more] NC2019-98
pp.131-136
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2019-12-05
15:35
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront (TBD) Study on navigation system for supporting blind people's shopping using acoustic landmarks
Kenta Shiro, Shunichi Yonemura (SIT) WIT2019-45
In recent years, the travel needs of blind people have increased, however, it is not easy to obtain travel information t... [more] WIT2019-45
pp.131-136
EA, ASJ-H 2019-10-28
14:50
Tokyo NHK Science&Technology Research Lab. Considerations of microphone position for estimation of sound source direction using two-channel microphones
Hiroaki Takeuchi, Takahiro Yoshida, Seiichiro Hangai (TUS) EA2019-42
Persons recognize conditions of their frontal surroundings of their eyes. In contrast, they recognize their behind condi... [more] EA2019-42
pp.37-42
EA, ASJ-H, ASJ-AA 2019-07-16
10:00
Hokkaido SAPPORO COMMUNITY PLAZA A Study on Sound Communication in Inaudible Band Based on Neural Network
Kosei Ozeki, Naofumi Aoki, Yoshinori Dobashi (Hokkaido Univ.) EA2019-1
In this research, we have developed a system that performs data communication by embedding information in high frequency... [more] EA2019-1
pp.1-4
EA, SIP, SP 2019-03-14
13:30
Nagasaki i+Land nagasaki (Nagasaki-shi) [Poster Presentation] An Initialization Method for Multichannel Nonnegative Matrix Factorization using Nonnegative Independent Component Analysis
Takahiro Ushijima, Takanobu Uramoto, Shingo Uenohara, Ken'ichi Furuya (Oita Univ.) EA2018-105 SIP2018-111 SP2018-67
Recently, devices that handle voice have become widely used, and there is a demand for a technique to extract only the t... [more] EA2018-105 SIP2018-111 SP2018-67
pp.37-42
EA, SIP, SP 2019-03-14
13:30
Nagasaki i+Land nagasaki (Nagasaki-shi) [Poster Presentation] Prototyping of Interaction Software Based on Selective Synthesis and Superposition of Multiple Sound Fields
Toshiharu Horiuchi, Sumaru Niida (KDDI Research) EA2018-107 SIP2018-113 SP2018-69
This research presents interaction software prototypes based on selective synthesis and superposition of multiple sound ... [more] EA2018-107 SIP2018-113 SP2018-69
pp.49-53
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