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TL 2019-09-29
15:50
Hokkaido National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College How Inductive Forms of Inference Affect Paragraph Writings in Japanese
Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2019-41
The persuasive strategy of readers through empathy is one of the characteristics pointed out in Japanese sentence theory... [more] TL2019-41
pp.21-26
TL 2019-07-14
13:15
Tokyo Waseda University On Use of Word Dispersion Expressions in Language Research -- A Case Study in Chinese Language Research --
Ou Tou, Tomohiro Ishida, Cou Tei, Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2019-6
This paper explores how linguistics can utilize AI technology such as machine learning and deep learning on research sub... [more] TL2019-6
pp.31-36
TL 2019-03-18
11:45
Tokyo Waseda University What Makes Students Aware of the Significance of Logical Expression -- Teaching Design and Analysis of Students Learning --
Dong Wang (TUFS) TL2018-58
(To be available after the conference date) [more] TL2018-58
pp.43-46
TL 2018-12-09
15:00
Ehime Ehime University Duality of Recognition of Time in Japanese and Chinese Viewed from the Chinese Auxiliary Verbs HUI and YAO
Tomohiro Ishida, Ting Zhang (TUFS) TL2018-48
One of the particular difficulties for Japanese native speakers learning Chinese is use of the auxiliary verbs huì and y... [more] TL2018-48
pp.23-28
TL 2018-12-09
15:30
Ehime Ehime University The reexamination of the nature of 'hayaku' : Be Means of Chinese Translation
Dong Wang (TUFS) TL2018-49
 [more] TL2018-49
pp.29-31
TL 2018-10-28
13:30
Hokkaido National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College Views of Thing Impacting on Linguistic Expressions
Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2018-41
The way of viewing things from the external world affects expressions of movement. Movement is the passage of time. In o... [more] TL2018-41
pp.13-18
TL 2018-06-17
14:00
Hyogo Kobe Gakuin University (Port Island Campus) View of the things impacting on the interpretation of time
Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2018-3
It is true that we human know the concepts of time and space, but we cannot perceive nor recognize the existence of time... [more] TL2018-3
pp.13-18
TL 2018-03-19
14:05
Tokyo Waseda University Duality of Recognition of Time Impacting Grammar
Hiroshi Sano, Tomohiro Ishida (TUFS) TL2017-66
It has been pointed out that there are at least two kinds of recognition of time progress through the fact that Homo sap... [more] TL2017-66
pp.39-44
TL 2018-03-19
14:30
Tokyo Waseda University Duality of the Passage of Time Impacting Auxiliary Verb “会” -- An Error Analysis of "Future Expression" in Japanese CFL (Chinese as a foreign language) Learners --
Tomohiro Ishida, Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2017-67
Learner's corpus analysis has revealed that the acquisition of the Chinese auxiliary verb 会(hui) which represents “possi... [more] TL2017-67
pp.45-50
TL 2018-03-19
15:15
Tokyo Waseda University Developing an Arabic Search Site to Help Beginner-level Learners
Kai Inoue, Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2017-68
This study reports developing a search site for beginner-level learners.
Recently demand for leaning Arabic is getting ... [more]
TL2017-68
pp.51-55
TL 2017-12-10
11:10
Ehime Ehime University What does the language expression predict?
Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2017-48
 [more] TL2017-48
pp.25-30
TL 2016-10-09
16:10
Hyogo Kobe Gakuin University (Port Island Campus) A Language-learning Method Obtained by the Manners of Thinking and Perceiving Events (3)
Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2016-35
The literature reported to the technical committee held on July reported about a cognitive-related approach to learning ... [more] TL2016-35
pp.53-58
TL 2016-07-23
11:00
Tokyo Waseda Univ. (Nishi-Waseda Campus) A Language-learning Method Obtained by the Manners of Thinking and Perceiving Events (2)
Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2016-13
The literature reported to the technical committee held on January 2016 is long on proposals designed to address compara... [more] TL2016-13
pp.1-6
TL 2016-01-29
11:00
Tokyo Meiji University (Academy Common) A Language-learning Method Obtained by the Manners of Thinking and Perceiving Events
Hiroshi Sano (TUFS) TL2015-59
 [more] TL2015-59
pp.25-30
HCS 2016-01-22
15:00
Nara Yamato Kaigishitsu Distribution of Japanese transitive and intransitive verbs in caregiver-child discourse
Yoko Suzuki (TUFS)
 [more]
SP 2016-01-14
11:20
Kanagawa Sunpian Kawasaki Experimental verification of improvement of naturalness by prosody training of Japanese with OJAD
Nobuaki Minematsu (UTokyo), Hiroko Hirano, Noriko Nakamura (TUFS), Koji Oikawa (JASLON) SP2015-87
To support Japanese prosody instruction, the Online Japanese Accent Dictionary (OJAD) has been developed by using NLP an... [more] SP2015-87
pp.13-18
AI 2015-02-23
15:00
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Web Application for Overseas Social Business Matching -- Based on the case of international exchange in Myanmar --
Aoi Hayakawa, Yoshihiro Yamashita, Noriko Ueta, Chihiro Nakada, Chigusa Kita (Kansai Univ.), Hideo Sawada (TUFS) AI2014-37
This is an interim report on the development of social business application software. Throughout the design process, we... [more] AI2014-37
pp.13-15
HCS 2015-01-30
17:00
Kagawa Bay Resort Hotel Shodoshima (Shodoshima, Kagaewa Pref.) [Poster Presentation] Variability in the usage pattern of tensed verbs in early child Japanese -- Results and problems from an elicitation study --
Tomoko Tatsumi (TUFS), Julian M. Pine, Ben Ambridge (Univ. of Liverpool) HCS2014-102
An elicitaion study was conducted for investigating the relationship between young children’s use of past and nonpast te... [more] HCS2014-102
pp.167-171
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2014-05-29
13:05
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Discourse Politeness Theory and Its Application -- for the prevention and solution of miscommunication --
Mayumi Usami (TUFS) HCS2014-6 HIP2014-6
 [more] HCS2014-6 HIP2014-6
pp.49-54
HCS 2011-08-27
11:00
Kyoto   Utilizing videos to improve learners' meta-cognitive skills
Yoko Nakai (TUFS) HCS2011-39
I will demonstrate how learners analyze their own and others’ conversations and try to improve their speaking skills, ut... [more] HCS2011-39
pp.67-72
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