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HIP, ITE-HI, VRPSY [detail] 2023-02-23
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Visually self-motion perception induced by an illusory motion without continuous change of position. -- analysis of the effects of the motion types --
Shinji Nakamura (NFU) HIP2022-86
When observers are exposed to a uniform visual motion projected on large area of their visual fields, they perceive illu... [more] HIP2022-86
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-19
Online Online Examination of the effect of stimulus number on vection
Moyou Jiang, Takeharu Seno (Kyushu Univ.), Shinji Nakamura (Nihon Fukushi Univ.) HIP2020-88
Visually induced self-motion perception (vection) refers to a perceptive phenomenon in which a person might feel like hi... [more] HIP2020-88
WIT, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2020-10-22
Online Online A Speaker Recognition System for Persons Having Hearing Difficulty
Shin-ichi Nakamura, Kazuhisa Oba SP2020-15 WIT2020-16
Deaf people get various information by watching the face of person one is talking to. The information includes the fact ... [more] SP2020-15 WIT2020-16
HIP 2017-03-09
Osaka CiNet Self-motion perception induced by visual motion without luminance modulation
Shinji Nakamura (Nihon Fukushi Univ.) HIP2016-74
 [more] HIP2016-74
HIP 2012-07-01
Hokkaido   Trials for inducing vection by four stroke and two stroke apparent motions -- Effects of smoothness in stimulus motion on visually induced self-motion perception --
Shinji Nakamura (NFU) HIP2012-40
The effects of smoothness in stimulus motion on visually induced self-motion perception (vection) were analyzed in psych... [more] HIP2012-40
WIT 2012-01-28
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology An initiative of information sharing/assisting for the promotion of electronics utilization among people with physical disabilities
Koji Yamada (IAMAS), Kakuo Yamamoto, Yoshihito Shinoda (Virtual Media Studio), Takashi Watanabe (Nihon Fukushi Univ.), Hideaki Ota, Hidehira Kidera (Softopia), Katsutoshi Fujii (Gifu IRTC) WIT2011-68
Due to the popularization of network services, we are currently in an era where it is easy to obtain information online.... [more] WIT2011-68
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE 2010-10-15
Miyagi RIEC [Invited Talk] The effects of additional stimulus modulation on visually induced self-motion perception
Shinji Nakamura (Nihon Fukushi Univ.) HIP2010-56
Uniform motion of a visual stimulus which occupies larger area of observer’s visual field can induce illusory perception... [more] HIP2010-56
NLP 2008-11-06
Aichi   Operational Range for Water Transport Model in Higher Plants:Physiological and Physical Operational Range
Shoji Mizuno, Akiko Mizuno (Nihon Fukushi Univ.) NLP2008-61
The nonlinear differential equation that describes water transportation in higher plants was solved by Taylor series exp... [more] NLP2008-61
NS 2007-06-14
Akita   Provisioning Guaranteed User-Level QoS in Audio-Video Transmission by IEEE 802.11e HCCA
Zul Azri Bin Muhamad Noh (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Takahiro Suzuki (Nihon Fukushi Univ.), Shuji Tasaka (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) NS2007-29
This report makes QoS assessment of packet scheduling schemes in provisioning guaranteed user-level QoS (perceptual QoS)... [more] NS2007-29
NS 2007-06-14
Akita   The Effect of Block ACK on the Application-Level QoS of Audio-Video Transmission by IEEE 802.11e EDCA
Tasuku Kutsuna (NIT), Takahiro Suzuki (Nihon Fukushi Univ.), Shuji Tasaka (NIT) NS2007-30
This report assesses application--level QoS of audio--video transmission with the Block ACK, which is an optional functi... [more] NS2007-30
Tottori Tottori Univ. of Environmental Studies A Comparison of Application-Level QoS of Packet Scheduling Schemes for Audio-Video Transmission by IEEE 802.11e HCCA
Zul Azri Bin Muhamad Noh (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Takahiro Suzuki (Nihon Fukushi Univ.), Shuji Tasaka (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) CQ2006-60
This report studies packet scheduling schemes for audio-video transmission in a wireless LAN with HCF controlled channel... [more] CQ2006-60
CQ, MVE 2005-01-28
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Effect of IEEE 802.11e EDCA Parameters on Application-Level QoS
Atsunori Noguchi (NIT), Takahiro Suzuki (Nihon Fuhushi Univ), Shuji Tasaka (NIT)
 [more] CQ2004-123 MVE2004-63
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