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SP 2019-01-26
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie [Fellow Memorial Lecture] Machine, human and sound communication
Akinori Ito (Tohoku Univ.) SP2018-55
Speech is the most important modality for human-human communication. From invention of electrical speech communication, ... [more] SP2018-55
SP 2018-08-27
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. [Invited Talk] Interface Development and Visualization Based on Information Processing for Music and Singing Voices
Tomoyasu Nakano (AIST) SP2018-31
Technologies to automatically understand music and singing voices make it possible to develop intelligent systems that s... [more] SP2018-31
ET 2017-05-27
Tokyo Soka Univ. Relationships between activity of game programming and participant's reflections using team-based work
Akiko Teranishi (NYU ABU DHABI), Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Theodor Wyeld (Flinders Univ.), Eid A. Mohamad (NYU ABU DHABI) ET2017-5
The usability results in the online game development project were examined the relationships with (1)
learning reflecti... [more]
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza How compliments from a computer affect the user's feelings and behavior
Satoshi Miura, Hiroshi Nittono (Hiroshima Univ.)
People are likely to respond positively to proposals or requests from those who appeal to them. This study examines whet... [more]
ET 2011-12-09
Shizuoka   Experiment on methods of expression using a spacial expression system
Akihiro Suzuki, Masayuki Wajima, Takashi Kawakami, Tetsuo Okazaki (HIT) ET2011-82
The objective of this paper is to analyze how children develop their spatial expression ability in 3-D space. We prepare... [more] ET2011-82
- 2011-12-09
Kagawa Sun Port Hall Takamatsu Influence of computer messages on users' attitude and decision making
Satoshi Miura, Hiroshi Nittono (Hiroshima Univ.)
People are likely to receive the proposal or request of desirable others. We examined whether the same thing holds true ... [more]
IBISML, PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2010-09-06
Fukuoka Fukuoka Univ. Action planning for interactive visual scene understanding based on knowledge confidence defined on latent spaces
Gurbachan Sekhon (Univ. of British Columbia), Akisato Kimura, Yasuhiro Minami, Hitoshi Sakano, Eisaku Maeda (NTT) PRMU2010-83 IBISML2010-55
This report proposes a method for action planning in a system of interactive visual scene understanding through the use ... [more] PRMU2010-83 IBISML2010-55
ET 2010-07-24
Aomori Hirosaki Univ. Development and evaluation of a "3-D paint system" to analyze children's spatial expression
Akihiro Suzuki, Masayuki Wajima, Takashi Kawakami, Tetsuo Okazaki (Hokkaido Inst. of Tech.) ET2010-17
The objective of this paper is to analyze how children develop their spatial expression and expression ability. We devel... [more] ET2010-17
PRMU, IE, MI 2010-05-13
Aichi Chubu Univ. AR-Based Supporting System by Overlay Display of Instruction Video
Michihiko Goto, Yuko Uematsu, Hideo Saito (Keio Univ.), Shuji Senda, Akihiko Iketani (NEC) IE2010-13 PRMU2010-1 MI2010-1
Augmented Reality (AR) based work supporting system can help users intuitively. For developing AR systems, it is necess... [more] IE2010-13 PRMU2010-1 MI2010-1
- 2009-12-12
Hokkaido Sappolo Convention Center A Model Depicting the Psychology of Active/Non-active Computer Users
Momoko Nakatani, Ai Nakane, Yurika Katagiri, Takehiko Ohno (NTT), Shuji Hashimoto (Waseda University)
Although many Internet-based social services exist that can raise our quality of life, there are still many non-active u... [more]
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