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HIP 2021-10-21
Online Online Understanding Estimation of Web-Meeting Participants Using Multiple-Understanding States by Web Camera Video
Yuki Kitagishi, Hosana Kamiyama, Takeshi Mori, Taichi Asami, Naohiro Tawara (NTT), Tomoko Yonezawa (Kansai Univ.) HIP2021-30
In this study, we propose a new estimation method of the five-level participant's understanding in a web conference from... [more] HIP2021-30
SP 2019-08-28
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Speech Emotion Classification based on Multi-Label Emotion Existence Estimation
Atsushi Ando, Ryo Masumura, Hosana Kamiyama, Satoshi Kobashikawa, Yushi Aono (NTT) SP2019-16
This paper presents a novel speech emotion classification that addresses the ambiguous nature of emotions in speech. Mos... [more] SP2019-16
EA, SIP, SP 2019-03-15
Nagasaki i+Land nagasaki (Nagasaki-shi) Likability Estimation Model Training of Call-center Agents Based on Annotators' Skills
Hosana Kamiyama, Atsushi Ando, Ryo Masumura, Satoshi Kobashikawa, Yushi Aono (NTT) EA2018-132 SIP2018-138 SP2018-94
This paper proposes a new technique for estimating the likability of call-center agents.
Most techniques of likability ... [more]
EA2018-132 SIP2018-138 SP2018-94
NLC, IPSJ-IFAT 2019-02-07
Kyoto Ryukoku University Omiya Campus Call Scene Segmentation based on Neural Networks with Conversational Contexts
Ryo Masumura, Tomohiro Tanaka, Atsushi Ando, Hosana Kamiyama, Takanobu Oba, Yushi Aono (NTT) NLC2018-39
Call scene segmentation that automatically splits contact center dialogues into several call scenes is useful for constr... [more] NLC2018-39
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Okinawa   [Poster Presentation] Acoustic analysis of speech for emergency speech detection of voicemail
Matsuto Hori (Meiji Univ.), Hosana Kamiyama, Satoshi Kobashikawa (NTT), Shigeki Sagayama (Meiji Univ.) EA2017-112 SIP2017-121 SP2017-95
In this paper, we investigate the effectiveness of acoustic features for detecting urgency in voicemail. In previous res... [more] EA2017-112 SIP2017-121 SP2017-95
Miyagi Akiu Resort Hotel Crescent Speaker Diarization for Face-to-Face Dialog of Service Counters Based on Appearance Pattern of Speakers
Mizuki Watabe (NTT DOCOMO), Atsushi Ando, Hosana Kamiyama, Satoshi Kobashikawa, Yushi Aono (NTT), Takanobu Oba, Yoshinori Isoda (NTT DOCOMO) SP2017-19
This paper proposes a speaker diarization method for face-to-face dialogue of service counters using appearance pattern ... [more] SP2017-19
SP 2012-06-15
Kanagawa NTT Atsugi R&D Center Analysis of the correlation between various acoustic features and the audibility of speech with noise
Hosana Kamiyama, Yusuke Ijima, Mitsuaki Isogai, Hideyuki Mizuno (NTT) SP2012-46
This paper addresses the correlation analysis of acoustic features with the audibility of naturally uttered speech with ... [more] SP2012-46
SP 2009-06-25
Hokkaido Clark Memorial Hall, Hokkaido Univ. A mean F0 speaker adaptation method for regression model-based F0 contour generation
Hosana Kamiyama, Takahiro Shinozaki (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Koji Iwano (Tokyo City Univ.), Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SP2009-38
This paper proposes a new speaker adaptation method for the fundamental frequency ($F_0$) contour generation models base... [more] SP2009-38
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