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HCS 2022-10-27
Online Online Effects on Social Presence of a primed agent by the existence of a bi-standing agent
Haruka Masuda, Tomoko Koda (OIT)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2022-05-15
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Analysis of Unconscious Gender Prejudices between Male and Female Virtual Agents
Miki Takase, Saori Tsuji, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2022-16 HIP2022-16
This study examined implicit gender prejudices we have against humans in the same way as we have against virtual agents ... [more] HCS2022-16 HIP2022-16
HCS 2021-08-21
Online Online Continuous Evaluation of Proteus effect in video conferences using avatars
Sae Uemura, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2021-17
Proteus effect is known as a phenomenon in which the behavior of an individual, within online virtual worlds, is changed... [more] HCS2021-17
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-25
Online Online Development of a Job Interview Training System with Multi-modal Behavior Analysis
Nao Takeuchi, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2021-10 HIP2021-10
This paper introduces a job interview training system that recognizes the nonverbal behaviors of the interviewee, namely... [more] HCS2021-10 HIP2021-10
HCS 2020-08-21
Online Online Development and Evaluation of Agent's Adaptive Gaze Behaviors to User's
Kazuhiro Horie, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2020-23
 [more] HCS2020-23
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Development of Experience-based English Learning Environment for Children
Rumi Korani, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2019-14 HIP2019-14
In this study, we developed a virtual English learning environment for elementary school students. The learning environm... [more] HCS2019-14 HIP2019-14
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2018-05-22
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Analysis of Sympathetic Gaze Behaviors in Multi-party Conversation
Chisato Abe, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2018-17 HIP2018-17
In order to investigate the target of sympathetic gaze, we analyzed the proportion of the gaze target of persons who exp... [more] HCS2018-17 HIP2018-17
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Gender Comparison of Verbal and Non-verbal Behaviors Used to Assess Sympathy in Multi-party Interaction
Keiko Masuda, Sayumi Umeda, Tomoko Koda (OIT)
This paper reports a gender comparison of verbal and non-verbal behaviors used to assess sympathy in multi-party interac... [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Proteus Effect: Does Appearance of Self-avatar and Accompanying-avatar Affect User's Self-evaluation of Extravertedness?
Ryosuke Oguri, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2017-12 HIP2017-12
Proteus effect is known as a phenomenon in which the behavior of an individual, within online virtual worlds, is changed... [more] HCS2017-12 HIP2017-12
HCS 2017-03-16
Miyagi   Analysis of Agent's Gaze Behavior and User's Shyness on Human-agent Interaction
Masaki Ogura, Yu Matsui, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2016-106
This paper reports how shy people perceive different amount of gaze from a virtual agent and how their perception affect... [more] HCS2016-106
HCS, IPSJ-GN 2015-10-03
Gifu Takayama-Shimin-Bunka-Kaikan Analysis of Gender-specific Self-adaptor and their Effects on Agent's Impressions
Takuto Ishioh, Takafumi Watanabe, Yoshihiko Kubo, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2015-57
This paper reports how agents performing gender-specific self-adaptors are perceived by human raters depending on their ... [more] HCS2015-57
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2015-05-19
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Effects of Seating Arrangements in Meta-verse on Human-Agent Interaction
Misako Shimono, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2015-8 HIP2015-8
In recent years, online communication systems with intelligent virtual agents have been increasingly used as our daily c... [more] HCS2015-8 HIP2015-8
HCS 2015-03-17
Ishikawa Rurikoh (Yamashiro Onsen, Ishikawa) Cross-cultural Comparison of Personal Distance between Avatars on 3D Virtual Space
Kana Hashida, Risa Kawauchi, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2014-119
Personal distance is an invisible space around a person, which plays an important role in human-human communication. Per... [more] HCS2014-119
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2014-05-30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center A Study on the Conversational Role for a Co-dining Agent
Takuma Mori, Syunta Sugisaki, Tomoko Koda (Osaka Inst. of Tech.) HCS2014-38 HIP2014-38
This paper focus on an appropriate conversational role of a virtual agent in a co-dining situation. We developed a co-di... [more] HCS2014-38 HIP2014-38
HIP, HCS, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2013-05-31
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Effects of an agent's displaying self-adaptors during a consensus game
Yuko Mori, Tomoko Koda (Osaka Inst. of Tech.) HCS2013-28 HIP2013-28
Self-adaptors are bodily behaviors that often involve self-touch. In our previous research, the interaction evaluation b... [more] HCS2013-28 HIP2013-28
AI 2010-02-22
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Yoshida Campus Development of a multiligual translation service for pictogram usage
Seiya Tanaka, Aika Nakakubo, Momoki Kimura, Kazuya Takeda, Tomoko Koda (Osaka Inst. of Tech.) AI2009-31
This paper introduces a dictionary and translation service for pictograms used in Japanese cell phones. The dictionary i... [more] AI2009-31
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