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CAS, CS 2024-03-15
10:40
Okinawa   A consideration of training data for a sport climbing difficulty estimation system using CNN
Yoto Omotani, Nao Ito (NIT,Toyama)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
ITS, IE, ITE-MMS, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2024-02-20
13:45
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Fine-tuning Image Classification Model for Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder Using EEG Data
Hiroto Kawahara, Takuya Kitamura (NITT) ITS2023-70 IE2023-59
In this paper, we propose and evaluate a classification model generated by fine tuning a pre-trained image classificatio... [more] ITS2023-70 IE2023-59
pp.130-134
ITS, IE, ITE-MMS, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2024-02-20
14:00
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Fine-tuning Model for Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder Using fMRI Data
Sae Yoshihara, Takuya Kitamura (NITT) ITS2023-71 IE2023-60
In this paper, we propose and evaluate novel classification models generated by fine-tuning a pre-trained image classifi... [more] ITS2023-71 IE2023-60
pp.135-140
ICTSSL, CAS 2024-01-26
15:20
Kanagawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Attempts to identification of the probability of target detection in fixation point model of visual search
Kodai Hatta, Yuxuan Wang, Yosinubu Maeda (Niigata Univ.), Akira Tsukada (NIT Toyama Col.) CAS2023-105 ICTSSL2023-58
At first glance, "Where's Wally?" looks difficult, but it is surprisingly easy to find Wally.
Thus, visual search is ef... [more]
CAS2023-105 ICTSSL2023-58
pp.110-114
ICTSSL, CAS 2024-01-26
15:35
Kanagawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Proposal of a mathematical model for COVID-19 infection considering asymptomatic and quarantine state
Takuya Okada, Ken Nakajima, Nao Ito (NIT, Toyama) CAS2023-106 ICTSSL2023-59
In this study, we aim to reproduce the actual infection situation by proposing the SEIQARD model, which considers “asymp... [more] CAS2023-106 ICTSSL2023-59
pp.115-118
IBISML 2023-12-20
14:30
Tokyo National Institute of Informatics
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Improvement of SVMs with Composite Kernels by PCA for HSI Classification
Akito Tamura, Takuya Kitamura (KOSEN) IBISML2023-30
 [more] IBISML2023-30
pp.1-6
IBISML 2023-12-20
14:55
Tokyo National Institute of Informatics
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Anomaly Detection by One-class Convolution Extreme Learning Machine Using Multiple Kernel
Yuta Okami, Takuya Kitamura (NIT, Toyama College) IBISML2023-31
In this paper, we propose a one-class convolutional extreme learning machine using multiple kernel. In this method, for ... [more] IBISML2023-31
pp.7-12
IBISML 2023-12-20
16:25
Tokyo National Institute of Informatics
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Anomaly detection by deep support data descriptions with pseudo-anomaly data
Shuta Tsuchio, Takuya Kitamura (NIT, Toyama college) IBISML2023-34
This paper presents deep support vector data description (DSVDD) with pseudo-anomaly data that generated by generative m... [more] IBISML2023-34
pp.25-30
MSS, CAS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2023-11-16
14:35
Okinawa   Resolving Deadlocks in Evacuation Simulation using the Social Force Model
Shunya Nakada, Nao Ito (NIT, Toyama College) CAS2023-65 MSS2023-35
 [more] CAS2023-65 MSS2023-35
pp.27-31
NLP, CAS 2023-10-07
10:00
Gifu Work plaza Gifu Improvement of UWB Indoor Position Estimation Accuracy in NLOS Environment Using RNN
Minoru Fukagawa, Jin Kitukawa, Kazuya Unjo, Nao Ito (NIT, Toyama) CAS2023-49 NLP2023-48
 [more] CAS2023-49 NLP2023-48
pp.84-89
MSS, CAS, SIP, VLD 2023-07-06
16:10
Hokkaido
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Research on income inequality using Lengnick economic model
Tessei Morisawa, Shima Takagi, Nao Ito (NIT.Toyama College) CAS2023-12 VLD2023-12 SIP2023-28 MSS2023-12
In recent years, income inequality has become an issue in developed countries such as Japan, and there is concern about ... [more] CAS2023-12 VLD2023-12 SIP2023-28 MSS2023-12
pp.59-64
CAS, CS 2023-03-01
10:45
Fukuoka Kitakyushu International Conference Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Introduction IoT Indoor Evacuation Guidance System into Indoor Evacuation Simulation with Network Model
Kota Ishisaka, Shunya Nakada, Nao Ito (NITT) CAS2022-99 CS2022-76
In Japan, many disasters have occurred due to natural conditions such as earthquakes and typhoons. In such cases, there ... [more] CAS2022-99 CS2022-76
pp.18-22
ICTSSL, CAS 2023-01-27
09:45
Tokyo TBD
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Tendencies of search behavior in visual search
Honami Hashimoto, Yuxuan Wang (Niigata Univ), Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ), Akira Tsukada (NITTC), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ) CAS2022-77 ICTSSL2022-41
We daily use vision to explore and quickly find the needed information. What contributes to finding needed information ... [more] CAS2022-77 ICTSSL2022-41
pp.83-86
ICTSSL, CAS 2023-01-27
10:55
Tokyo TBD
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Simulation analysis of the influence of travel behavior on residential choice
Shima Takagi, Tessei Morisawa, Nao Ito (NIT, Toyama College) CAS2022-81 ICTSSL2022-45
In recent years, compact city policy has been focused for sustainable urban development in a city with declining birthra... [more] CAS2022-81 ICTSSL2022-45
pp.95-98
MSS, SS 2023-01-11
15:50
Osaka
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Improvement of Composite SVM in HSI Classification
Tamura Akito, Kitamura Takuya (NIT) MSS2022-61 SS2022-46
In this paper, we propose an improved method of composite support vector machines for hyper-spectral image classificatio... [more] MSS2022-61 SS2022-46
pp.96-100
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2022-11-17
13:15
Kochi
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Study of duration of school closure using the COVID-19 infection simulation by MAS
Ken Nakajima, Ikumi Anda, Nao Ito (NITT) CAS2022-37 MSS2022-20
COVID-19 is still raging in Japan, and the number of new cases per day exceeded 260,000 in August 2022. COVID-19 has ha... [more] CAS2022-37 MSS2022-20
pp.2-6
CAS, NLP 2022-10-20
13:00
Niigata
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Study on COVID-19 Infection Simulation Model Considering Restaurant Use.
Ikumi Anda, Ken Nakajima, Nao Ito (NITT) CAS2022-19 NLP2022-39
COVID-19 is still raging across the country, with four emergency declarations issued August 2022 in Japan. Many cluste... [more] CAS2022-19 NLP2022-39
pp.1-5
CAS, NLP 2022-10-20
14:15
Niigata
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Experimental investigation of the probability of target detection during character search
Kodai Hatta (Niigata Univ.), Honami Hashimoto, Yuxuan Wang (Niigata Univ..), Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ), Akira Tsukada (NIT Toyama Col.), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) CAS2022-22 NLP2022-42
Just as we can quickly find a friend in a group photograph, we can use visual function to quickly find a specific target... [more] CAS2022-22 NLP2022-42
pp.17-19
CAS, CS 2022-03-04
09:15
Online Online Development of COVID-19 Infection Simulation Model Considering Voluntary Self-Restraint
Ikumi Anda, Nao Ito (NIT, Toyama) CAS2021-86 CS2021-88
COVID-19 is still raging in 2022. In Tokyo, a state of emergency has been declared four times by January 2022.
However,... [more]
CAS2021-86 CS2021-88
pp.65-70
CAS, CS 2022-03-04
09:40
Online Online Acceleration of Indoor Evacuation Simulation by Network Model and Comparison with Particle Model
Kota Ishisaka, Koichiro Daidai, Norika Nakamura, Nao Ito (NlIT, Toyama College) CAS2021-87 CS2021-89
In Japan, many disasters have occurred due to natural conditions such as earthquakes and typhoons. In such cases, there ... [more] CAS2021-87 CS2021-89
pp.71-74
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