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RECONF 2022-09-07
15:50
Aichi emCAMPUS STUDIO
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
RECONF2022-31 (To be available after the conference date) [more] RECONF2022-31
pp.19-20
RECONF 2022-09-07
16:00
Aichi emCAMPUS STUDIO
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Short Paper]
Zuquan Qin, Weu Kaijie, Hideharu Amano (Keio Univ.), Kazuhiro Nakadai (TIT) RECONF2022-32
(To be available after the conference date) [more] RECONF2022-32
pp.21-22
WBS, ITS, RCC 2018-12-07
13:00
Okinawa Miyako Island Hirara Port Terminal Bldg. An Experiment of Drone Control and Sensor Data Transmission using 920MHz Multi-hop Wireless Communication System
Toshinori Kagawa, Fumie Ono, Lin Shan, Ryu Miura (NICT), Kazuhiro Nakadai (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Kotaro Hoshiba (Kanagawa Univ.), Makoto Kumon (Kumamoto Univ.), Hiroshi G. Okuno (Waseda Univ.), Shin Kato (AIST), Fumihide Kojima (NICT) WBS2018-66 ITS2018-49 RCC2018-97
Robots and unmanned aerial vehicles (such as drone) are actively researched and developed aiming at application to disas... [more] WBS2018-66 ITS2018-49 RCC2018-97
pp.217-221
CNR, IN, MoNA
(Joint) [detail]
2017-11-17
13:25
Fukuoka  
Ryo Kitagawa, Ryosuke Hasumoto, Michita Imai (Keio Univ.), Kazuhiro Nakadai (Honda Research Institute Japan) IN2017-44 CNR2017-21
 [more] IN2017-44 CNR2017-21
pp.31-34
PRMU, CNR 2017-02-18
09:30
Hokkaido   A Study on body movements and postures at Human-Robot Interaction using speech and image information
Ryosuke Hasumoto, Daiki Koyama (Keio Univ.), Takeshi Mizumoto, Keisuke Nakamura, Kazuhiro Nakadai (Honda Research Institute Japan), Michita Imai (Keio Univ.) PRMU2016-155 CNR2016-22
(To be available after the conference date) [more] PRMU2016-155 CNR2016-22
pp.19-22
SP, IPSJ-SLP, NLC, IPSJ-NL
(Joint) [detail]
2016-12-20
10:20
Tokyo NTT Musashino R&D Constructing a Japanese multimodal corpus from emotional monologues and dialogues
Nurul Lubis (NAIST), Randy Gomez (HRI), Sakriani Sakti (NAIST), Keisuke Nakamura (HRI), Koichiro Yoshino, Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST), Kazuhiro Nakadai (HRI) SP2016-51
To fully incorporate emotion into human-computer interaction, rich sets of labeled emotional data is prerequisite. Howev... [more] SP2016-51
pp.9-10
SP 2016-08-25
10:45
Kyoto ACCMS, Kyoto Univ.
Yoshiaki Bando, Katsutoshi Itoyama (Kyoto Univ.), Masashi Konyo, Satoshi Tadokoro (Tohoku Univ.), Kazuhiro Nakadai (Tokyo Tech/HRI-JP), Kazuyoshi Yoshii, Tatsuya Kawahara (Kyoto Univ.), Hiroshi G. Okuno (Waseda Univ.) SP2016-36
 [more] SP2016-36
pp.47-52
EA, EMM 2015-11-12
16:00
Kumamoto Kumamoto Univ. Study of Passive Acoustic Anemometer with Microphone Array
Tetsuro Murakami, Naoto Sakata, Yuta Hayashi, Hirofumi Nakajima (Kogakuin Univ.), Kazuhiro Nakadai (HRI-JP) EA2015-29 EMM2015-50
 [more] EA2015-29 EMM2015-50
pp.29-34
SIP, EA, SP 2015-03-02
09:00
Okinawa   Wind-induced Noise Reduction in Time Domain Using Closely-aligned Two Microphones.
Naoto Sakata, Hirofumi Nakajima (Kogakuin Univ.), Kazuhiro Nakadai (HRI-JP) EA2014-72 SIP2014-113 SP2014-135
In this report, wind-induced noise reduction in time domain was investigated using closely-aligned two microphones. A li... [more] EA2014-72 SIP2014-113 SP2014-135
pp.1-6
CNR 2014-12-04
09:00
Tokyo   TeleCoBot:A Telepresence system of taking account for conversation environment
Masaaki Takahashi, Masayasu Ogata, Michita Imai (Keio Univ.), Keisuke Nakamura, Kazuhiro Nakadai (HRI-JP) CNR2014-16
The study of the telepresence robot becomes popular as a communication tool in the remote place. However, there is a pro... [more] CNR2014-16
pp.1-5
CNR 2014-06-16
15:00
Kanagawa Raiousya, Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University Design and Implementation of Multidirectional Sound Annotation Tool with HARK
Osamu Sugiyama (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Katsutoshi Itoyama (Kyoto Univ.), Kazuhiro Nakadai (Tokyo Inst. of Tech./HRI), Hiroshi G. Okuno (Waseda University) CNR2014-5
In this study we designed and developed the multidirectional sound source annotation tool with the robot audition softwa... [more] CNR2014-5
pp.23-26
CNR 2013-12-20
10:30
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, UTokyo TelePaBot: A telepresence system for supporting multi-party conversation
Kyotaro Koike, Michita Imai (Keio Univ), Keisuke Nakamura, Kazuhiro Nakadai (HRI-JP) CNR2013-21
A telepresence robot is useful to deal with a situation where a user in a remote area has to control the robot to commun... [more] CNR2013-21
pp.1-6
CNR 2013-12-20
16:00
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, UTokyo Volume Adaptation and Visualization by Modeling the Volume Level in Actual Noise Environment for Telepresence System
Akira Hayamizu, Michita Imai (Keio Univ.), Keisuke Nakamura, Kazuhiro Nakadai (Honda Research Institute Japan) CNR2013-27
The Lombard effect is the involuntary tendency of speakers to increase their vocal effort when speaking in loud noise to... [more] CNR2013-27
pp.35-40
CNR 2011-05-12
16:25
Kanagawa Keio Univ. (Hiyoshi Campus) Intelligent Human Tracking based on Information Integration
Keisuke Nakamura, Kazuhiro Nakadai, Gokhan Ince (HRI-JP) CNR2011-8
 [more] CNR2011-8
pp.35-40
SP 2011-01-27
14:00
Kyoto NICT [Invited Talk] Robot Audition -- Hands-Free Automatic Speech Recognition under Highly-Noisy Environemnts --
Kazuhiro Nakadai (HRI-JP/Tokyo Tech.), Hiroshi G. Okuno (Kyoto Univ.) SP2010-104
This paper addresses robot audition, which realizes listening capabilities for robots using robot-embedded microphones. ... [more] SP2010-104
pp.7-12
EA 2010-07-16
16:30
Tokyo RION Co., Ltd. Real time speaker orientation estimation using a room microphone array
Takuya Harubara (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Hirofumi Nakajima, Kazuhiro Nakadai (HRI-JP), Yutaka Kaneda (Tokyo Denki Univ.) EA2010-41
This paper addresses a real-time sound source orientation estimation system using a 96ch microphone-array. We proposed a... [more] EA2010-41
pp.19-24
EA 2009-07-17
13:45
Tokyo   Blind Dereverberation Improved By Multi-Stage Processing
Hirofumi Nakajima (Honda Research Inst. Japan Co., Ltd.), Toru Daigo (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Kazuhiro Nakadai (Honda Research Inst. Japan Co., Ltd.), Yutaka Kaneda (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Yuji Hasegawa (Honda Research Inst. Japan Co., Ltd.) EA2009-38
This paper addresses a high performance dereverberation method based on a multi-stage processing technique.
The multipl... [more]
EA2009-38
pp.7-12
EA 2009-06-26
17:00
Hokkaido   The design of a directional sound source for numerical simulation based on wave acoustics
Toshimasa Suziki (Sophia Univ.), Hirofumi Nakajima, Kazuhiro Nakadai (Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd.), Takayuki Arai (Sophia Univ.), Yuji Hasegawa (Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd.) EA2009-36
Thanks to improvements in computer performance, numerical simulation
based on wave acoustics works in practical time wi... [more]
EA2009-36
pp.109-114
EA 2008-07-18
14:00
Nara   Estimation of sound source orientation using a 96 channel microphone array
Keiko Kikuchi, Tohru Daigo (TDU), Hirofumi Nakajima, Kazuhiro Nakadai, Yuji Hasegawa (HRI-JP), Yutaka Kaneda (TDU) EA2008-39
This paper addresses sound source orientation estimation using a 96ch microphone array. We proposed a beam-forming metho... [more] EA2008-39
pp.13-18
EA 2007-06-29
13:45
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. High performance blind source separation using an adaptive step-size parameter method
Hirofumi Nakajima, Kazuhiro Nakadai, Yuji Hasegawa, Hiroshi Tsujino (Honda Research Institute Japan) EA2007-30
This paper describes a novel blind source separation (BSS) method.
One of the most important factors in BSS performance... [more]
EA2007-30
pp.19-24
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