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EA, SIP, SP 2019-03-15
13:30
Nagasaki i+Land nagasaki (Nagasaki-shi) [Poster Presentation] Study of acoustic scene analysis using sound-to-light conversion devices "blinky''
Yuto Oishi, Jin-cheng Zhang, Yutaka Yamamoto, Fumikazu Saze, Hiroyuki Moriyama, Robin Scheibler, Yukoh Wakabayashi, Nobutaka Ono (TMU) EA2018-142 SIP2018-148 SP2018-104
This paper presents a preliminary study of acoustic scene analysis with sound-to-light conversion devices ``Blinky'', wh... [more] EA2018-142 SIP2018-148 SP2018-104
pp.251-256
PRMU, CNR 2019-03-01
13:30
Tokushima   Recognition of Color Characters in Scene Images via Optimal Binarization and Distortion-tolerant Image Matching
Masato Suzuki, Toru Wakahara (Hosei Univ.) PRMU2018-130 CNR2018-53
This paper proposes an efficient combination of optimal binarization and distortion-tolerant image matching for color ch... [more] PRMU2018-130 CNR2018-53
pp.89-94
ITS, IEE-ITS 2018-03-08
10:25
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Automatic Extraction of Passing Scene through Signalized Intersection considering Sunshine Conditions from Event data Recorder
Mikuni Motoi, Haruki Kawanaka, Koji Oguri (Aichi Prefecture Univ.) ITS2017-89
For the safety driver education, it is required to collect individual data of dangerous driving behavior effectively usi... [more] ITS2017-89
pp.47-52
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2017-12-13
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Estimation of important scenes in interviews using multimodal information
Takuya Ishihara, Fuminori Nagasawa (TokyoTech), Shogo Okada (JAIST), Katsumi Nitta (TokyoTech)
In this paper, we propose a multimodal modeling framework to detect the important utterances
in human-robot interview d... [more]

PRMU 2017-10-12
14:30
Kumamoto   [Short Paper] Research of Automatic Scene Segmentation for Video Summary Generation based on Deep Learning
Yuki Futami, Masayuki Kashima, Shinya Fukumoto, Kiminori Sato, Mutsumi Watanabe (Kagoshima Univ.) PRMU2017-78
Huge amount of video contents are handled routinely.
The video is divided into scenes that consists of semantic cluster... [more]
PRMU2017-78
pp.91-92
PRMU, BioX 2016-03-25
13:30
Tokyo   Symbolisation of Scene Flow Field
Tomoya Kato (Chiab Univ), Atushi Imiya (Chiba Univ) BioX2015-62 PRMU2015-185
An autonomous car is a typical example of autonomous robots.
For an autonomous robot, recognition of environment aroun... [more]
BioX2015-62 PRMU2015-185
pp.125-130
SIS 2016-03-11
11:00
Tokyo Tokyo City Univ. A Feasibility Study of Scene Text Recognition Based on Filtered Channel Features
Rui Kasuya, Takuro Oki, Ryusuke Miyamoto (Meiji Univ.) SIS2015-65
Scene Text Recognition is one of the most challenging task in the field of the image recognition, recently.
Several kin... [more]
SIS2015-65
pp.99-104
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM, MVE [detail] 2016-01-22
11:15
Osaka   Scene Text Detection and Tracking System for Assisting Visually-Impaired People
Kunqi Liu, Hideaki Goto (Tohoku Univ.) PRMU2015-128 MVE2015-50
Text-Reading device with a wearable camera can help visually-impaired people who have difficulties in getting the text i... [more] PRMU2015-128 MVE2015-50
pp.199-204
SIS 2015-12-04
11:40
Fukui Matsuya-sensen (Awara city, Fukui) Scene Text Localization Using Object Detection Based on Filtered Feature Channels and Crosswise Region Merging
Takuro Oki, Ryusuke Miyamoto (Meiji Univ.) SIS2015-47
This paper proposes a novel scene text recognition scheme using a detector constructed by the Filtered Feature Channels ... [more] SIS2015-47
pp.99-104
EA 2014-10-24
14:20
Tokyo Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd. [Invited Talk] Speech enhancement techniques in multi-speaker spontaneous speech recognition for conversation scene analysis
Shoko Araki, Takaaki Hori, Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT) EA2014-25
This paper illustrates speech enhancement techniques for multi-speaker distant-talk speech recognition, where a conversa... [more] EA2014-25
pp.9-14
HIP 2014-03-18
15:50
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. Task-dependence of learning scenes from multiple viewpoints
Hiroshi Matsui, Hideaki Kawabata (Keio Univ.) HIP2013-89
In this study, we investigated a mechanism of scene recognition. In Experiment 1, we used the modified procedure of Wall... [more] HIP2013-89
pp.55-60
ET 2013-11-22
13:50
Fukushima Aizu University Associative Search of Lecture Movie Segments Using Speech Recognition Technology
Yoshitomo Yaginuma (OUJ) ET2013-63
There are many trials to deliver educational materials and lecture movies. In order to use such contents effectively, re... [more] ET2013-63
pp.31-34
PRMU 2013-06-11
15:00
Tokyo   Motion recognition by Time-space Continuous Dynamic Programming Using a Sequence Model of Object Independent Pixels
Yuki Nitsuma, Syunpei Torii, Yuichi Yaguchi, Ryuichi Oka (Univ Aizu) PRMU2013-30
In the matching method called time-space continuous dynamic programming (TSCDP) for
recognizing motions, a reference p... [more]
PRMU2013-30
pp.65-70
PRMU 2013-03-15
11:15
Tokyo   Recognition of Block World from Monocular Single Image Considering Spatial Relationship between Blocks
Daichi Tanii, Hotaka Takizawa (Univ. of Tsukuba) PRMU2012-213
In this report, we propose a method of recognizing block scenes from monocular images. Block-like objects are represente... [more] PRMU2012-213
pp.199-204
PRMU, MVE, IPSJ-CVIM
(Joint) [detail]
2013-01-24
15:15
Kyoto   Binarization and Recognition of Color Characters in Scene Images Using K-means Clustering via Automatic Selection of the Number of Clusters and Support Vector Machines
Kotaro Endo, Toru Wakahara (Hosei Univ.) PRMU2012-121 MVE2012-86
This paper proposes a new method for binalizing color characters in scene images using K-means clustering and support ve... [more] PRMU2012-121 MVE2012-86
pp.323-328
PRMU 2011-11-24
14:30
Nagasaki   Character strings detection using omni-directional camera with edge information
Yuusuke Natsume, Yoshihiro Sugaya, Shinichiro Omachi (Tohoku Univ.) PRMU2011-106
Various studies have been made about the character detection and character recognition. However, fast and accurate chara... [more] PRMU2011-106
pp.39-44
PRMU 2011-11-25
09:30
Nagasaki   Rotation Angle Estimation of Characters in Three Dimensional Space
Ryo Narita, Wataru Ohyama, Tetsushi Wakabayashi, Fumitaka Kimura (Mie Univ.) PRMU2011-114
We have proposed a method to simply and effectively recognize camera-captured characters and confirmed high recognition ... [more] PRMU2011-114
pp.87-92
EMM 2011-11-15
14:15
Miyagi   A Preserving Scheme of Latent Privacy contained in User Participatory Scenery Service
Shigeru Shimada (AIIT) EMM2011-53
Although we have developed new scenery systems which are utilizing user generated contents (UGC), privacy preserving obj... [more] EMM2011-53
pp.77-82
EA, SIP, SP 2011-05-12
15:00
Osaka Ritsumeikan Univ. [Invited Talk] Microphone array speech processing techniques for conversation scene analysis
Shoko Araki, Masakiyo Fujimoto, Takuya Yoshioka, Takaaki Hori, Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT) EA2011-15 SIP2011-15 SP2011-15
Recognition and understanding of conversation scenes has recently been tackled to achieve a variety of tasks such as aut... [more] EA2011-15 SIP2011-15 SP2011-15
pp.83-88
PRMU 2011-03-11
10:40
Ibaraki   Character Detection in Scenery Images
Yuuki Shigeyoshi, Yasuhiro Kunishige, Yaokai Feng, Seiichi Uchida (Kyushu Univ.) PRMU2010-274
This paper tackles the scenery character detection problem, which is one of the most difficult problems of pattern recog... [more] PRMU2010-274
pp.217-222
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