IEICE Technical Committee Submission System
Conference Schedule
Online Proceedings
[Sign in]
Tech. Rep. Archives
    [Japanese] / [English] 
( Committee/Place/Topics  ) --Press->
( Paper Keywords:  /  Column:Title Auth. Affi. Abst. Keyword ) --Press->

All Technical Committee Conferences  (Searched in: All Years)

Search Results: Conference Papers
 Conference Papers (Available on Advance Programs)  (Sort by: Date Descending)
 Results 1 - 18 of 18  /   
Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
US 2014-11-13
Ishikawa Kanazawa Institute of Technology Changes in ultrasonic characteristics of echolocation sounds emitted by FM bats under acoustic jamming condition
Kazuma Hase, Eri Takahashi, Takara Miyamoto, Yoshiaki Watanabe, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Tetsuo Ohta, Shizuko Hiryu (Doshisha Univ.) US2014-61
We investigated jamming avoidance response of FM bats (Miniopterus fuliginosus) by using artificial FM jamming sounds. T... [more] US2014-61
US 2013-11-23
Kyoto Kambaikan, Doshisha Univ. Sonar strategy of wild echolocating bats (Pipistrellus abramus) during foraging flight in the field -- Analysis of 3-D flight trajectory and pulse direction measured by a microphone array system --
Shotaro Watanabe, Miwa Sumiya (Doshisha Univ.), Emyo Fujioka (FIRST/Univ. of Tokyo), Ikkyu Aihara (RIKEN), Yoshiaki Watanabe, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Tetsuo Ohta, Shizuko Hiryu (Doshisha Univ.) US2013-69
Pulse direction and flight trajectory of FM echolocating bats (Pipistrellus abramus) during natural foraging were measur... [more] US2013-69
EMM 2013-03-07
Kyoto   Audio-visual integration between speech sound and lip movement: analyses through psychological measurement and functional magnetic resonance imaging
Takahiro Shinohara, Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha Univ.) EMM2012-111
When we see asynchronous video between pictures and sound like television or theater, we feel incongruent. Therefore, we... [more] EMM2012-111
SP 2012-03-08
- 2012-03-09
Saitama Riken Brain Science Institute Spatial expression of tone pitch -- Behavioral and fMRI studies --
Saori Yamaoka, Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha Univ.) SP2011-165
The Spatial-Musical Association of Response Codes (SMARC) effect was previously reported, where perceived pitch height a... [more] SP2011-165
SP 2012-03-08
- 2012-03-09
Saitama Riken Brain Science Institute How auditory selective attention changes intelligibility of dichotically presented speech sounds -- Behavioral investigation and fMRI studty --
Hiroshi Takaoka, Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha Univ.) SP2011-155
 [more] SP2011-155
US 2011-11-24
Shizuoka Tokai Univ. Active sonar strategy for a moving target by CF-FM echolocating bats -- Measurements of direction and directivity of ultrasonic pulse emitted by the bat during intercepting a fluttering moth --
Naohiro Matsuta, Yuki Kinoshita, Shizuko Hiryu, Tetsuo Ohta, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2011-72
We measured both direction and directivity of pulses emitted by CF-FM bats during intercepting to a fluttering moth in a... [more] US2011-72
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. An experimental and theoretical investigation of pulse production for effective target search -- Analysis of ultrasonic sonar emission of echolocating bats during foraging --
Emyo Fujioka (Doshisha Univ.), Ikkyu Aihara (Kyoto Univ.), Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2010-103 EA2010-116
Ultrasonic sonar emissions and 3-D flight paths of free-ranging wild Pipistrellus abramus were measured by using a custo... [more] US2010-103 EA2010-116
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. Characteristics of ultrasonic echolocation pulse of FM bats (Pipistrellus abramus) in a cluttered environment
Toshiya Takenaga, Yukako Kagami, Emyo Fujioka, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2010-104 EA2010-117
Changes in the terminal frequency (TF; the end frequency of downward FM sweep) of echolocation pulses were investigated ... [more] US2010-104 EA2010-117
SP 2010-03-04
Tokyo Shibaura Inst. of Tech. (Toyosu Campus) Auditory illusory continuity behaviorally found in Mongolian gerbils
Akihiro Usami (Doshisha Univ. Grad. Sch.), Kohta Kobayasi (Doshisha Univ. Bio-navigation Research), Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha Univ. Bio-navi. Research) SP2009-153
Auditory system of human is capable of recognizing sound even if the sound is partially interrupted by noise burst. This... [more] SP2009-153
SP 2010-03-04
Tokyo Shibaura Inst. of Tech. (Toyosu Campus) Locomotor activities of Mongolian gerbil driven by species-specific vocalization
Shinji Ishino (Doshisha Univ.), Kohta Kobayasi, Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha Univ. Bio-navi Resarch) SP2009-154
In this study, we investigated functions of species-specific calls in Mongolian gerbils by measuring their locomotor act... [more] SP2009-154
SP 2010-03-04
Tokyo Shibaura Inst. of Tech. (Toyosu Campus) Temporal integration of auditory and visual information in AI neurons of awake gerbil
Yoichi Suwa (Doshisha Univ.), Kohta Kobayasi, Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha Univ. Bio-navi. Research) SP2009-155
How the audio-visual information is integrated in neuronal level has been still largely unknown. We investigated the neu... [more] SP2009-155
US 2010-02-24
Tokyo TOKYO KEIKI INC. A study on environmental sensing by bat bio-sonar -- Relationships between sonar beam direction and flight direction during obstacle avoidance --
Naotaro Hirade, Emyo Fujioka, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2009-115
Bats have high capabilities of avoiding obstacles by echolocation combined with flight performance in complete darkness.... [more] US2009-115
US 2008-11-27
Shizuoka   Relationship between wingbeat and pulse emission timings of echolocating bats -- Efficient navigation system of biosonar --
Yu Watanabe, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2008-64
In this study, we investigated echolocation behavior of 3 bat species which use sonar pulse with different frequency str... [more] US2008-64
SP 2008-03-20
Tokyo Univ. Tokyo [Poster Presentation] Effects of repetition priming and word familiarity on perception of spectrally degraded spoken words
Mika Murao, Yasunari Sasaki, Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha Univ.) SP2007-192
Priming effects in the auditory domain have been demonstrated by several studies. Our previous studies examined effects ... [more] SP2007-192
US 2008-02-26
Tokyo Elm Hall, Ichigaya Bldg., Sharp Corp. Acoustic sensing technique by echolocating bats -- Simultaneous measurement of flight behavior and sonar beam pattern by microphone array system --
Michihiro Fukuda, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2007-116
Bats possess highly-developed bio-sonar system established in order to overcome natural selection and adapt themselves t... [more] US2007-116
Osaka Kansai University Contribution of bat's pinna movement for extracting advanced target information in echolocation
Tatsuro Hosokawa, Yu Shiori, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2007-107
Some CF-FM bat species are known to move their pinnae rapidly and alternately back and forth while they are paying atten... [more] US2007-107
Osaka Kansai University Measurements of pulse and echo for flying CF-FM bats by telemetry sound recording -- Characteristics of pulse-echo overlap during flight --
Yu Shiori, Tatsuro Hosokawa, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2007-108
Onboard telemetry sound recording allowed us to examine pulse-echo interference which the horseshoe bats actually experi... [more] US2007-108
US 2007-08-24
Kanagawa The Port and Airport Research Institute Scanning technique by echolocating bats -- Flight behavior and pulse direction simultaneously observed by the laboratory recording --
Michihiro Fukuda, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2007-34
Bats and dolphins possess highly-developed biosonar system. In this study, we examined directional patterns of echolocat... [more] US2007-34
 Results 1 - 18 of 18  /   
Choose a download format for default settings. [NEW !!]
Text format pLaTeX format CSV format BibTeX format
Copyright and reproduction : All rights are reserved and no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Notwithstanding, instructors are permitted to photocopy isolated articles for noncommercial classroom use without fee. (License No.: 10GA0019/12GB0052/13GB0056/17GB0034/18GB0034)

[Return to Top Page]

[Return to IEICE Web Page]

The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), Japan