Presentation 2003/3/11
Influence of knowledge in relationship between subjective impressions and dance motion
Shihoko KAMISATO, Kiyoshi HOSHINO,
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Abstract(in English) The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between physical motion characteristics and the subjective impressions produced in dancing. Motions of Okinawan folk dance "Kachaasii" were used for the experiment, because the dancers can produce various kinds of movement with no regular rules of operation, which suggests that the structures of subjective impressions for dance motions are not limited, and that quantitative analyses are easily adoptable to in the frequency or time domain. Questionnaires with adjectives and adverbs for subjective estimation were the target for principal component analysis. Response variables were each principal component scores which are equivalent to subjective impressions, and explanatory variables were kinematic features of arm's movement in multiple regression analysis.
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Keyword(in English) free-style dance / subjective impression / motion characteristics of arm / knowledge of dance
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Title (in English) Influence of knowledge in relationship between subjective impressions and dance motion
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Keyword(1) free-style dance
Keyword(2) subjective impression
Keyword(3) motion characteristics of arm
Keyword(4) knowledge of dance
1st Author's Name Shihoko KAMISATO
1st Author's Affiliation Faculty of Engineering University of the Ryukyus()
2nd Author's Name Kiyoshi HOSHINO
2nd Author's Affiliation Institute of Engineering Mechanics and Systems, University of Tsukuba:PRESTO-SORST, Japan Science Technology Corporation
Date 2003/3/11
Paper # HIP2002-72
Volume (vol) vol.102
Number (no) 735
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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