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HIP 2016-09-27
Nara   Gaze behavior toward sequentially presented face images in autism spectrum disorders II
Takao Fukui, Makoto Wada (Res Inst of NRCD) HIP2016-45
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HIP 2015-09-29
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Gaze behavior toward sequentially presented face images in autism spectrum disorders
Takao Fukui, Makoto Wada (NRCD) HIP2015-79
Autism spectrum disorders have deficits in social communication and previous studies demonstrated that their gaze behavi... [more] HIP2015-79
Miyagi Tohoku University Estimation of hand position from EMG signals using musculo-skeletal model
Toshihiro Kawase (Res. Inst. Natl. Rehab. Cent.), Yasuharu Koike (Titech), Kenji Kansaku (Res. Inst. Natl. Rehab. Cent.) MBE2012-49
We have developed a Brain-Machine Interface based Occupational Therapy Assist Suit (BOTAS), which estimated user’s inten... [more] MBE2012-49
WIT, SP 2011-10-07
Tokyo TFT Bldg. On an analysis of speaker dependency and speaker adaptation for the recognition of back-channeling expressions in dialog between an robot and persons with dementia
Ken Sadohara, Hiroaki Kojima (AIST), Takuya Narita, Misato Nihei, Minoru Kamata (Univ. Tokyo), Shin-ichi Ohnaka, Yoshihiro Fujita (NEC), Rina Ishiwata, Takenobu Inoue (NRCD) SP2011-62 WIT2011-44
For the purpose of establishing a dialog between a robot and persons with dementia to remind information, this paper con... [more] SP2011-62 WIT2011-44
WIT, SP 2011-10-07
Tokyo TFT Bldg. [Invited Talk] Life support for elderly using a communication partner robot -- Speech technology, useful or not for assistive technologies? --
Takenobu Inoue (National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities) SP2011-65 WIT2011-47
 [more] SP2011-65 WIT2011-47
SP 2010-03-05
Tokyo Shibaura Inst. of Tech. (Toyosu Campus) Auditory attention affects auditory feedback control of the voice fundamental frequency
Shuntaro Okazaki, Koichi Mori, Chang Cai (Research institute of NRCD) SP2009-161
Voice fundamental frequency (F0) is regulated by auditory feedback. Although both compensatory and following F0 response... [more] SP2009-161
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