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NLP 2021-12-17
10:25
Oita J:COM Horuto Hall OITA Reinforcement learning to find ships' courses that ignores navigation rules based on safety
Mikito Tanaka, Takeshi Kamio (Hiroshima City Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Japan Coast Guard Academy), Kunihiko Mitsubori (Takushoku Univ.), Hisato Fujisaka (Hiroshima City Univ.) NLP2021-44
 [more] NLP2021-44
pp.7-12
MSS, NLP
(Joint)
2020-03-10
16:45
Aichi  
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Reinforcement Learning Based Multi-Ship Course Search Method with Tracking Control
Hiroki Kimura, Takahiro Tomihara, Takeshi Kamio (Hiroshima City Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Japan Coast Guard Academy), Kunihiko Mitsubori (Takushoku Univ.), Hisato Fujisaka (Hiroshima City Univ.) NLP2019-131
We have developed multi-agent reinforcement learning system (MARLS) to search ships’ courses. Since the rudder angle is ... [more] NLP2019-131
pp.103-108
NLP, MSS
(Joint)
2019-03-14
14:20
Fukui Bunkyo Camp., Univ. of Fukui Improvement of Near-miss Courses by Reinforcement Learning to Search Ships' Courses
Takahiro Tomihara, Takeshi Kamio (Hiroshima City Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Japan Coast Guard Academy), Kunihiko Mitsubori (Takusyoku Univ.), Hisato Fujisaka (Hiroshima City Univ.) NLP2018-127
Deciding efficient and safe courses of ships before actual navigation is very important. We have developed multi-agent r... [more] NLP2018-127
pp.17-22
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Analysis of dependence and over-trust on driving support robot
Junya Matsukawa, Tomoki Miyamato, Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka, Hitoshi Kanamori, Yuki Yoshihara, Kazuhiro Fujikake (Nagoya Univ.)
The purpose of this research is to analyze the dependence and the over-trust caused by receiving the utterance from the ... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Driver Characteristics and Improvement Effect by Driving Support -- Driver Agent for Encouraging Safe Driving Behavior --
Kazuhiro Fujikake, Takahiro Tanaka, Yuki Yoshihara, Makoto Inagami, Takashi Yonekawa, Hirofumi Aoki, Hitoshi Kanamori (Nagoya Univ.)
In this study, we classify the characteristics by self-evaluation on driving behavior and driving behavior, and examined... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2017-12-13
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Study of driver classification by safety aptitude test and subjective assessment for driver-agent -- Driver Agent for Encouraging Safe Driving Behavior --
Kazuhiro Fujikake, Takahiro Tanaka, Takashi Yonekawa, Makoto Inagami, Hirofumi Aoki, Hitoshi Kanamori (Nagoya Univ.)
It is assumed that acceptability and impression of driving support of an agent will differ depending on characteristics ... [more]
NLP, CAS 2017-10-06
13:25
Niigata Machinaka Campus Nagaoka Influence of Updating Reference Courses on Reinforcement Learning to Search Ships' Courses
Takeshi Kamio (Hiroshima City Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Japan Coast Guard Academy), Kunihiko Mitsubori (Takushoku Univ.), Hisato Fujisaka (Hiroshima City Univ.) CAS2017-38 NLP2017-63
Deciding efficient and safe courses of ships before actual navigation is very important. We have developed multi-agent r... [more] CAS2017-38 NLP2017-63
pp.75-80
AI 2017-06-01
14:00
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Analysis of Relationship between Form of Driving Support Agent and Gaze Behavior -- Study on Driver-Agent for Encouraging Safety Driving Behavior of Elderly Drivers --
Takahiro Tanaka, Kazuhiro Fujikake, Takashi Yonekawa, Misako Yamagishi, Makoto Inagami, Fumiya Kinoshita, Hirofumi Aoki, Hitoshi Kanamori (Nagoya Univ.) AI2017-3
In recent year, the number of traffic accidents caused by elderly drivers has increased. However, the car is one of impo... [more] AI2017-3
pp.13-18
NLP 2017-03-14
10:50
Aomori Nebuta Museum Warasse Influence of Reference Courses on Reinforcement Learning to Search Ships' Courses
Takeshi Kamio, Shunsuke Yasui (Hiroshima City Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Japan Coast Guard Academy), Kunihiko Mitsubori (Takushoku Univ.), Hisato Fujisaka (Hiroshima City Univ.) NLP2016-108
Deciding efficient and safe courses of ships before actual navigation is very important. We have developed multi-agent r... [more] NLP2016-108
pp.13-18
AI 2016-06-27
10:10
Tokyo   Relationships between Features of Driver and Impression of a Fellow Passenger Agent
Daisuke Katagami, Shogo Sato (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Michimasa Inaba (Hiroshima City Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Nagoya Univ.), Yoshinori Arai (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.) AI2016-1
The purpose of this study is to develop a lifelike agent which can be accepted as a passenger while driving a motor vehi... [more] AI2016-1
pp.1-5
PRMU, CNR 2016-02-22
15:00
Fukuoka   Iteratively applying image inpainting with automatic detection of failure regions using a convolutional neural network
Takahiro Tanaka, Norihiko Kawai, Yuta Nakashima, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2015-160 CNR2015-61
Image inpainting is a method that fills in missing regions with plausible textures in an image to remove undesired objec... [more] PRMU2015-160 CNR2015-61
pp.133-138
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2015-12-16
- 2015-12-18
Toyama Toyama International Conference Center Controlling mood by local behavior of listening agents
Misaki Nakamura, Kazuki Kobayashi (Shinshu Univ.), Masahide Yuasa (Shonan Institute of Technology), Hidefumi Ohmura (Tokyo University of Science), Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Nanogya Univ.)
In this paper, we investigate moods that users perceived by small local group behavior in listening agents. We propose a... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2015-12-16
- 2015-12-18
Toyama Toyama International Conference Center Study of Elderly Driver Support Method based on Instructor’s teaching Model
Takahiro Tanaka, Takashi Yonekawa, Yuki Yoshihara, Misako Yamagishi, Issei Takahashi, Makoto Inagami, Hirohumi Aoki, Yoshiki Ninomiya, Hitoshi Kanamori (Nagoya Univ.)
In recent year, the number of traffic accidents caused by elderly drivers has increased. However, the car is one of impo... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2015-12-16
- 2015-12-18
Toyama Toyama International Conference Center The Effect of Filler to Human in a Teacher Agent
Ayumu Miyata, Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Masahide Yuasa (Shonan Insmute of Technology), Hidehumi Ohmura (Tokyo University of Science), Takahiro Tanaka (Nagoya Univ.), Kazuki Kobayashi (Shinshu Univ.)
The purpose of this study is Teacher agent’s description approach a human. This Teacher agent teaches unknown things for... [more]
HCS 2015-03-17
14:30
Ishikawa Rurikoh (Yamashiro Onsen, Ishikawa) Interruptibility estimation during desk work reflecting importance of conversation
Satoshi Hashimoto, Kazuaki Aoki (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology), Takahiro Tanaka (Nagoya Univ.), Kinya Fujita (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology) HCS2014-113
For estimating user’s interruptibility during desk work using PC in office, this study discuss the feasibility of estima... [more] HCS2014-113
pp.19-24
HCS 2014-08-22
17:00
Kyoto   An Approach Involving Abstract Expressions to Facilitate Friendly Interactions -- Development of Expression for Interactive Communication Environment --
Masahide Yuasa (Shonan Institute of Tech.), Kumiko Morimi (Tokyo Denki Unvi.), Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Kazuki Kobayashi (Shinshu Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Nagoya Univ.) HCS2014-48
In this study, we propose approaches involving abstract animated agents to investigate the specific expressions that are... [more] HCS2014-48
pp.29-33
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2014-05-29
16:10
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Study of Interruptibility Transition Prediction based on PC Operation
Hokuto Iga, Takahiro Tanaka, Kazuaki Aoki, Kinya Fujita (TUAT) HCS2014-13 HIP2014-13
This study aims to predict high-uninteruptibility duration towards adequate management of interruption timing. High-unin... [more] HCS2014-13 HIP2014-13
pp.107-112
NLP 2014-05-27
10:20
Shimane Big Heart IZUMO A phenomenon of chaotic spiking oscillators: a comparison of piecewise constant model and including resistor model
Takahiro Tanaka, Yusuke Matsuoka (YNCT) NLP2014-9
This paper considers chaotic spiking oscillators including signum-characteristic current sources. The oscillators consis... [more] NLP2014-9
pp.41-45
NLP 2013-10-29
10:15
Kagawa Sanport Hall Takamatsu A chaotic spiking oscillator including signum-characteristic current sources
Takahiro Tanaka, Yusuke Matsuoka (YNCT) NLP2013-94
This paper considers a chaotic spiking oscillator including signum-characteristic current sources. The oscillator consis... [more] NLP2013-94
pp.127-131
NLP 2013-03-14
09:30
Chiba Nishi-Chiba campus, Chiba Univ. Improvement of Limited Action Selection in Reinforcement Learning Based Search Method for Ships' Courses
Tomohiro Tanigawa, Takeshi Kamio (Hiroshima City Univ.), Kunihiko Mitsubori (Takushoku Univ.), Takahiro Tanaka (Japan Coast Guard Acad.), Hisato Fujisaka, Kazuhisa Haeiwa (Hiroshima City Univ.) NLP2012-144
Ship transport is important. Multi ship course problem has been treared in the engineering related to ships. But the opt... [more] NLP2012-144
pp.1-5
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