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MI 2022-01-26
Online Online Analysis of Object Detection Model Towards Precise Colorectal-Polyp Detection
Hayato Itoh (Nagoya Univ.), Masashi Misawa (Showa Univ.), Yuichi Mori (Oslo Univ.), Shin-Ei Kudo (Showa Univ.), Masahiro Oda, Kensaku Mori (Nagoya Univ.) MI2021-63
We propose new visual explanation methods for a trained object detector toward precise automated polyp localisation. Sev... [more] MI2021-63
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP 2020-06-07
Online Online Discussion on interactive and realtime display of voice attributes toward computer assisted training of singing
Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.), Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Science Univ. Hokkaido), Eri Haneishi, Kaori Hagiwara (Showa Univ. Mucis) SP2020-5
 [more] SP2020-5
PRMU, MI, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2019-09-05
Okayama   Analysis and Feature Selection of CNN Features -- Recognition of Neoplasia by using Endocytoscopic Images --
Hayato Itoh (Nagoya Univ.), Yuichi Mori, Masashi Misawa (Showa Univ.), Masahiro Oda (Nagoya Univ.), Shin-Ei Kudo (Showa Univ.), Kensaku Mori (Nagoya Univ.) PRMU2019-29 MI2019-48
Pathological pattern classification is based on texture patterns in ultra magnified view of polyp surfaces.
Deep learni... [more]
PRMU2019-29 MI2019-48
Tokyo University of Electro Communications Change in Walking Speed and Electromyogram Induced by Sacral Electrical Stimulation
Kazuki Hosoi, Ryoko Futami (Fukushima Univ.), Kosei Mitsuhashi (Showa Univ.), Yasunobu Handa (Tohoku Univ.) MBE2018-104
It is reported that human walking speed is increased by Sacral Electrical Stimulation (SES). In one of the hypotheses it... [more] MBE2018-104
Tokyo University of Electro Communications Analysis of propulsive effect by electrical stimulation of sacral surface on gait
Kosei Mitsuhashi (Showa Univ.), Ryoko Futami (Fukusima Univ.), Kazunori Seki, Sadao Takase, Kazufumi Nakazato, Aimi Fukukawa (Sendai Clover Clinic), Hideki Chiba (Mikii Hospital), Yasunobu Handa (Tohoku Univ.) MBE2018-105
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MBE2018-105
MI 2019-01-23
Okinawa   Feature Selection from Imbalanced Data -- Pathological Pattern Classification in Endocytoscopic Images --
Hayato Itoh (Nagoya Univ.), Yuichi Mori, Masashi Misawa (Showa Univ.), Masahiro Oda (Nagoya Univ.), Shin-Ei Kudo (Showa Univ.), Kensaku Mori (Nagoya Univ.) MI2018-87
Endocytoscope gives ultramagnified observation that enables physicians to achieve minimally invasive and real-time diagn... [more] MI2018-87
(Joint) [detail]
Okinawa   Feature-selection method based on Grassmann distance for the classification of neoplastic polyps on endocytoscopic images
Hayato Itoh (Nagoya Univ.), Yuichi Mori, Masashi Misawa (Showa Univ.), Masahiro Oda (Nagoya Univ.), Shin-ei Kudo (Showa Univ.), Kensaku Mori (Nagoya Univ.) MI2017-81
An endocytoscope provides ultramagnified observation that enable physicians to achieve minimally invasive and real-time ... [more] MI2017-81
MI 2017-09-25
Chiba Chiba Univ. Classification of neoplasia and non-neoplasia for colon endocytoscopic images by convolutional neural network
Hayato Itoh (Nagoya Univ.), Yuichi Mori, Masashi Misawa (Showa Univ.), Masahiro Oda (Nagoya Univ.), Shin-ei Kudo (Showa Univ.), Kensaku Mori (Nagoya Univ.) MI2017-44
Endocytoscopy is a new endoscope that enables us to perform conventional endoscopic observation and ultramagnified obser... [more] MI2017-44
Tokyo Tamagawa University Effects of sacral surface electrical stimulation on gait
Kosei Mitsuhashi (Showa Univ.), Tomohiro Tsuda, Ryoko Futami (Fukushima Univ.), Kazunori Seki, Yashunobu Handa (Tohoku Univ.) MBE2015-111
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MBE2015-111
SP 2016-01-14
Kanagawa Sunpian Kawasaki Three-dimensional acoustic analysis of the human nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses measured by cone-beam CT
Hironori Takemoto (NICT), Tatsuya Kitamura (Konan Univ.), Hisanori Makinae (NRIPS), Tetsutaro Yamaguchi, Kotaro Maki (Showa Univ.) SP2015-93
The shape of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses is complex and varies between individuals so that its acoustic prope... [more] SP2015-93
MBE 2014-01-24
Saga Saga University Development of a network system combined with ambulatory and non-conscious physiological measurements for supporting rehabilitation in challenged kids -- A new proposal of a monitoring system for activities and health information in children --
Takanobu Oyama, Kosuke Motoi (Hirosaki Univ.), Kazuhiro Nishiyama, Asuka Tanaka, Yuji Tadahiko, Yuji Higashi (Fujimoto Hosp.), Koichi Sagawa (Hirosaki Univ.), Toshiro Fujimoto (Fujimoto Hosp.), Ken-ichi Yamakoshi (Showa Univ.) MBE2013-99
 [more] MBE2013-99
SP, IPSJ-SLP 2012-12-21
Tokyo TITECH(Ookayama) Syllable nucleus detection using waveform envelopes and modeling of the word acquisition process using word structures and syllable nuclei
Yousuke Ozaki, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (The Univ. of Tokyo), Donna Erickson (Showa Univ. of Music) SP2012-94
Simulation of language acquisition processes is an active research area in speech and computer science. Here, models and... [more] SP2012-94
WIT 2012-03-09
Ibaraki   Psychophysical measurement of plantar cutaneous sensation and its evaluation
Takeshi Hayashi (AIST), Shinichi Yoshimura (ASUKA ELECTRIC), Mitsuru Sato (Showa Univ.), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (Tokyo International Univ.), Kazuhiko Yamashita (Tokyo Healthcare Univ.), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2011-81
 [more] WIT2011-81
TL 2011-08-05
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. Animacy Effects on Word Order in VOS Language -- Evidence from a Picture Description Task in Kaqchikel --
Takuya Kubo (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Mikihiro Tanaka (Showa Univ.), Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2011-11
Recent production studies have shown that the linear order of NPs is affected by animacy in a way that an animate NP ten... [more] TL2011-11
SIS, IPSJ-AVM 2010-09-02
Nagasaki Nagasakiken-Kinrou-Fukushi-Kaikan Accuracy Improvement of A Dental Radiograph Registration for Digital Subtraction Technique
Kota Murahira (Tokyo City Univ.), Yukiko Matsuda, Tomohiro Okano (Showa Univ.), Akira Taguchi (Tokyo City Univ.) SIS2010-20
The dental radiograph is used for diagnosis and individual identification. In the case of diagnosis, the digital subtrac... [more] SIS2010-20
SP, NLC 2008-12-10
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Physical Model of the Vocal Tract with Flexible Velum
Takayuki Arai, Kimi Tanaka (Sophia Univ.), Ryuta Kataoka (Showa Univ.) NLC2008-48 SP2008-103
We developed a physical model of the human vocal tract with a flexible velum using gel-type material. In this model, whi... [more] NLC2008-48 SP2008-103
TL 2008-08-08
Miyagi Hotel Onikobe Monitoring Metrical Information in Internally Generated Speech -- An Investigation of Pitch-Accent Assignment using a Default Rule --
Yoichi Kureta (Showa Univ.), Takao Fushimi (Kitasato Univ.), Naoko Sakuma (Tokyo Metropolitan Inst. of Gerontology), Itaru F. Tatsumi (LD/Dyslexia Center) TL2008-23
To examine a default metrical rule from which the pattern of pitch-accent could be derived, we had participants carry ou... [more] TL2008-23
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