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Technical Committee on Human Communication Science (HCS)  (2021)

Chair: Tomoo Inoue (Univ. of Tsukuba)
Vice Chair: Yugo Hayashi (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Tomoko Kanda (Osaka Inst. of Tech.)
Secretary: Haruka Yoshida (Nihon Univ.), Ken Fujiwara (National Chung Cheng Univ), Masashi Komori (Osaka Electro-Comm. Univ.)
Assistant: HUANG HUNGHSUAN (Univ. of Fukuchiyama), Shigeyoshi Iizuka (Kanagawa Univ.), Kazuki Takashima (Tohoku Univ.), Hiroto Saito (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Ryo Ishii (NTT)

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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online Continuous Evaluation of Proteus effect in video conferences using avatars
Sae Uemura, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2021-17
Proteus effect is known as a phenomenon in which the behavior of an individual, within online virtual worlds, is changed... [more] HCS2021-17
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online A Study on the Relationship between Tactile Sensation and Facial Expression Using Synesthetic Metaphor
Yuriho Higuchi, Mitsunori Matsushita (Kansai Univ.) HCS2021-18
The aim of this research is to express and present facial expressions using tactile sensations for visually impaired peo... [more] HCS2021-18
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online Toward functional spectrum analysis of multimodal nonverbal behaviors in multiparty conversations -- An example of building functional head-movement corpus and deep-learning models --
Kazuhiro Otsuka (YNU) HCS2021-19
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-19
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online Prediction of subjective impressions of interlocutors using functional head-movement features in group conversations
Shumpei Otsuchi (YNU), Yoko Ishii (NTT), Momoko Nakatani (Titech), Kazuhiro Otsuka (YNU) HCS2021-20
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-20
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online Strategies for Supporting Learners in Online Learning Environments -- A Case Study of Japanese Language Teachers' Network Building and Activities --
Jihyun Yoon (Chuo Univ.) HCS2021-21
Due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus infection, many educational institutions in Japan and abroad were forced to s... [more] HCS2021-21
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online Joint Prediction of Turn-changing and Turn-management Willingness using Multimodal Features
Ryo Ishii, Xutong Ren, Michal Muszynski, Louis-Philippe Morency (CMU) HCS2021-22
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-22
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online HCS2021-23 (To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-23
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online HCS2021-24 (To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-24
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online A Study on Performance Feedback and Bonus Payment in Crowdsourcing Services
Yoshinori Hijikata (KGU) HCS2021-25
In recent years, crowdsourcing services have been used to diversify work styles of people and improve work efficiency in... [more] HCS2021-25
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online HCS2021-26 (To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-26
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online A Basic Survey on Like Acquisition in Instagram with Post Features
Kayako Morimoto, Yoshinori Hijikata (KGU) HCS2021-27
We conducted a survey on what kind of photos are most likely to get “Likes” on Instagram.In this study, we examined the ... [more] HCS2021-27
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online Social Media in Crisis Management -- A case of public health emergency situational awareness --
Jiaqi Zheng (Hitotsubashi Univ.)
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online Environmental Cognition by Auditory and Tactile Information Using Plane Recognition
Koki Samoto, Ikuo Oka, Tetsuo Tsujioka, Shigeyoshi Nakajima, Hitoshi Watanabe (Osaka City Univ.) HCS2021-28
In this paper, we propose a spatial cognition system based on plane recognition as a support system for visually impaire... [more] HCS2021-28
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online Towards an Interactive Illusion Experience System for Wellness Entertainment
Yoichi Nagashima (SUAC) HCS2021-29
Illusions are usually in the form of illusion images (still images), illusion movies (looped images), and illusion sound... [more] HCS2021-29
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online Features of Non-Face-to-Face Communication in Romantic Relationships
Misaki Karube, Shunichi Yonemura (SIT) HCS2021-30
It is known that communication is important to maintain romantic relationship. Long-distance relationships generally bre... [more] HCS2021-30
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online Will VR open up people' s minds? -- Effects of online communication media on self-disclosure --
Junko Ichino, Masahiro Ide (Tokyo City Univ.), Hitomi Yokoyama (Okayama Univ. of Science), Hirotoshi Asano (Kogakuin Univ.), Hideo Miyachi, Daisuke Okabe (Tokyo City Univ.) HCS2021-31
It is known that people behave more openly in cyberspace than in real space, but how communication via embodied avatars ... [more] HCS2021-31
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online Comparison of Methods to Measure Readability
Yo Ehara (Tokyo Gakugei Univ.) HCS2021-32
This paper compares methods to measure text readability. [more] HCS2021-32
HCS 2021-08-22
Online Online A displaying system comparing working results of her/himself and others according to user's personality
Yuki Kitagishi, Yukinori Hamada, Tomoko Yonezawa (Kansai Univ.) HCS2021-33
In this study, we proposed a system that displays the past performance of the worker and others according to the worker'... [more] HCS2021-33
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