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HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2020-12-15
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Objective Prediction of Social Skills Level for Automated Social Skills Training Using Multimodal Information
Takeshi Saga, Hiroki Tanaka (NAIST), Hidemi Iwasaka (Nara Med. Univ.), Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
IA, IN
(Joint)
2020-12-15
10:50
Online Online Development of an Intrusion Detection System Utilizing Social Network Analysis Principles
James Lu, Yuji Sekiya (Univ. of Tokyo)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
NLC 2020-02-16
14:45
Tokyo Seikei University Trend analysis of media company SNS account based on user reaction time
Takeshi Sakaki (HTL), Fujio Toriumi (UT) NLC2019-37
In recent years, due to the spread of web and SNS, various problems related to information diffusion such as the spread... [more] NLC2019-37
pp.7-11
NLC 2020-02-17
09:30
Tokyo Seikei University Group performance modeling using verbal and nonverbal information
Go Miura, Shogo Okada (JAIST) NLC2019-40
This paper presented computational analysis for predicting the group performance which is defined by
"product dimension... [more]
NLC2019-40
pp.21-26
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2019-12-11
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) A Cross-Cultural Examination of Gaze and Eye Behavior during Conversation
Louisa Hardjasa, Atsushi Nakazawa (Kyoto Univ.)
Gaze and eye behavior are essential components of non-verbal communication, helping to facilitate human-to-human convers... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2019-12-11
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Support of Procedure Acquisition in Cleaning Tasks by using Sequential Visual Instructions by Floor Projection
Mika Oki (Univ. of Tsukuba), Shuichi Akizuki (Chukyo Univ.), Bourreau Baptiste, Kenji Suzuki (Univ. of Tsukuba)
By leveraging the large-scale interactive floor projection system installed in a special-needs school gymnasium (FUTUREG... [more]
RISING
(2nd)
2019-11-26
14:10
Tokyo Fukutake Learning Theater, Hongo Campus, Univ. Tokyo [Poster Presentation] A Demonstrative Study on the Throughput Improvement for Store-Carry-Forward Data Delivery -- An Approach of Vehicle Mobility Prediction Based on Deep Learning --
Yoshito Watanabe, Wei Liu, Yozo Shoji (NICT)
A store-carry-forward (SCF) strategy is one of the data delivery methods by the physical movement of nodes and has the p... [more]
MIKA
(2nd)
2019-10-03
11:15
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Poster Presentation] An Evaluation of Data-Based Influence Maximization Algorithm using Retweet Logs
Takuya Nagase, Sho Tsugawa (Univ.Tsukuba)
Influence maximization on social networks has been extensively studied in the literature. Influence maximization algorit... [more]
CQ
(2nd)
2019-09-04
15:00
Tokyo Inter-University Seminar House [Poster Presentation] Estimation of QoE Function in WLAN to Optimize the Position of Autonomous Moving Access Point
Yuki Hayashi (Waseda Univ.), Kyoko Yamori (Asahi Univ.), Yoshiaki Tanaka (Waseda Univ.)
Wireless LAN service becomes popular. However, expansion of the service area and rapid increase in users significantly d... [more]
MVE 2019-08-29
14:00
Aichi   Analysis of non-verbal communication using heart rate
Leonardoken Orihara, Tomonori Hashiyama (UEC) MVE2019-8
In recent years, with the spread of wearable devices, it is possible to easily collect biological information. By analyz... [more] MVE2019-8
pp.21-24
TL 2019-07-27
15:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University Can Japanese children learn polite speech from parental input?
Franklin Chang (Kobe City U.), Tomoko Tatsumi (Kobe U.), Hirofumi Hayakawa (Tamagawa U.), Misa Yoshizaki, Natsuki Oka (KIT) TL2019-14
Japanese polite language (teineigo) varies with the speaker-addressee relationship as well as social norms.
In corpus... [more]
TL2019-14
pp.17-19
SWIM, KBSE 2019-05-24
11:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Construction of a regression analysis model of the electricity market including weather data -- Economic analysis of price effect, energy conservation effect and social welfare effect --
Hiroyuki Ogura (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.), Shunsuke Managi (Kyushu Univ.), Masahiko Ishino (Bunkyo Univ.) KBSE2019-2 SWIM2019-2
In this paper, we constructed a regression analysis model of the electricity power market including weather data, using ... [more] KBSE2019-2 SWIM2019-2
pp.9-16
NLP 2019-05-11
10:00
Oita J:COM HoltoHALL OITA A study of spreading information in different network structures
Ryu Uto, Toshichika Aoki, Takayuki Kimura (Nippon Institute of Tech) NLP2019-11
In cases many people are in disaster,
they are difficult to figure out whether obtained information is real or not.
If... [more]
NLP2019-11
pp.59-64
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise "Helping others is a good investment": Designing Behavior of Robot That Needs Human's Help Toward Comfortable Class Room Environment.
Ikkei Shinozaki (Tokyo Denki Univ), Ryosuke Aoki (NTT), Naoki Ohshima, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ)
There is a proverb that “the good you do for others is good you do yourself.” The fact that helping others activity such... [more]
DE 2018-06-22
13:45
Tokyo LIFULL Co., Ltd. Personalized Social Search Based on Agglomerative Hierarchical Graph Clustering
Kenkichi Ishizuka (DWANGO) DE2018-7
This paper describes a personalized social search algorithm for retrieving multimedia contents of a consumer generated m... [more] DE2018-7
pp.31-35
CQ, CS
(Joint)
2018-04-20
11:10
Hiroshima Hiroshima Institute of Technology Impact of Selfish User Behavior and Information Sharing on Distributed Route Selection in a Road Network
Takanori Hara, Masahiro Sasabe, Shoji Kasahara (NAIST) CQ2018-11
It has been known that a traffic congestion problem can be modeled as a resource allocation problem in game theory by re... [more] CQ2018-11
pp.59-64
ICSS, IPSJ-SPT 2018-03-08
09:45
Hokkaido Okinawa Hokubu Koyou Nouryoku Kaihatsu Sougou Center Automatically Collecting User-initiated Web-based Attacks
Takashi Koide, Daiki Chiba, Yuta Takata, Mitsuaki Akiyama, Takeshi Yagi, Kunio Hato (NTT) ICSS2017-66
Recently, web content uses social engineering techniques to lure victims into clicking on them, originating malware down... [more] ICSS2017-66
pp.91-96
IA, IN
(Joint)
2017-12-15
12:40
Hiroshima Hiroshima City Univ. Information Propagation Analysis of Social Network Using the Universality of Random Matrix
Tsukasa Kameyama, Yusuke Sakumoto (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IA2017-62
Spectral graph theory gives an algebraical approach to analyze network structure by using a matrix. However, it is diffi... [more] IA2017-62
pp.55-60
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]

DE, IPSJ-DBS, IPSJ-IFAT 2017-09-19
15:20
Tokyo Ochanomizu University Model Ensemble for Failure Event Detection using Multiple User Activity Data on the Web
Motoyuki Oki (NTT Communications), Koh Takeuchi (NTT), Yukio Uematsu (NTT Communications) DE2017-20
Mobile network service providers aim to maintain stable operation and improve service performance using multiple user's ... [more] DE2017-20
pp.123-128
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