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CQ 2021-08-04
15:30
Online Online A Factor Analysis of Uncomfortable Feeling caused by Image Retargeting in Retargeted Images using Subjective Assessment and Eye Measurement
Yoshikazu Kawayoke (NIT, Ishikawa College), Yasuhiro Inazumi (Yamanashi Eiwa College) CQ2021-34
As the resolutions and aspect ratios of displays are becoming increasingly diverse, there is growing interest in image r... [more] CQ2021-34
pp.64-69
CQ, MVE, IE, IMQ
(Joint) [detail]
2018-03-09
13:05
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Usability evaluation of smartphone application based on analysis of brain activity
Yasuhiro Inazumi, Naho Ito, Tadanobu Misawa, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama), Osamu Sugimoto, Sei Naito (KDDI Research, Inc.) CQ2017-123
 [more] CQ2017-123
pp.117-120
CQ
(2nd)
2017-08-26
15:00
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology [Poster Presentation] An objective image quality assessment based on contrast change
Naho Ito, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama)
The CSIQ database is a database for image quality assessment (IQA). The database contains many test images obtained from... [more]
CQ
(2nd)
2017-08-27
13:50
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology [Poster Presentation] Estimation of user interface pattern using features in brain activity
Mami Kitabata, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Tadanobu Misawa, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama), Osamu Sugimoto, Sei Naito (KDDI Research, Inc.)
Heretofore, a subjective evaluation was used for evaluating the usability of a user interface (UI) such as a smartphone.... [more]
CQ 2017-07-27
13:50
Hyogo Kobe University Estimation of user interface by feature quantity of brain activity using NIRS
Mami Kitabata, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Tadanobu Misawa, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama), Osamu Sugimoto, Sei Naito (KDDI Research, Inc.) CQ2017-37
When a user operates a smartphone, it is important to know usability. However, usability studies have relied on subjecti... [more] CQ2017-37
pp.49-54
CQ 2017-07-28
15:00
Hyogo Kobe University Objective Image Quality Assessment Framework based on Noise Cluster Estimation
Naho Ito, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) CQ2017-46
In recent years, various objective image quality assessment (IQA) methods for evaluating image quality have been propose... [more] CQ2017-46
pp.95-98
MVE, IE, CQ, IMQ
(Joint) [detail]
2017-03-07
11:00
Fukuoka Kyusyu Univ. Ohashi Campus Establishment of prediction model to subjective evaluation value using features in brain activity with still image
Mami Kitabata, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Tadanobu Misawa, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama), Hiroshi Sankoh, Sei Naito (KDDI Reserch, Inc.) CQ2016-124
Impressions are divided into the conscious mind and subconscious mind.
The conscious mind can measure using subjective ... [more]
CQ2016-124
pp.89-92
MVE, IE, CQ, IMQ
(Joint) [detail]
2017-03-07
10:35
Fukuoka Kyusyu Univ. Ohashi Campus Feature region detection using image quality assessment and exemplar-based image inpainting.
Tomohiro Suzuki, Keiji Shibata, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) IMQ2016-46 IE2016-161 MVE2016-69
Image inpainting is one of the useful method for restoring the original image from a missing image. The exemplar-based i... [more] IMQ2016-46 IE2016-161 MVE2016-69
pp.159-162
IE, CS, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-BCT [detail] 2016-12-09
13:00
Ishikawa   Hierarchical Clustering based Noise Cluster Prediction for an Image Quality Assessment
Seiji Inari, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Naho Ito, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) CS2016-58 IE2016-94
Image quality Assessment (IQA) is necessary for applications that deal with many of images and videos. The goal of the I... [more] CS2016-58 IE2016-94
pp.87-90
IE, CS, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-BCT [detail] 2016-12-09
13:25
Ishikawa   Object-based Coding based on Image Quality Assesment
Yuta Miyayama, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) CS2016-59 IE2016-95
Most still image coding techniques encode for the whole region. Because the coding techniques are not considered princip... [more] CS2016-59 IE2016-95
pp.91-95
NS, CQ, ICM, NV
(Joint)
2016-11-25
14:00
Yamaguchi Shimonoseki Chember of Commerce and Industry No-reference noise prediction for still images
Yasuhiro Inazumi, Naho Ito, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) CQ2016-88
Recently, much objective quality image quality assessment (IQA) methods proposed.Almost IQA methods use an original and ... [more] CQ2016-88
pp.83-87
IMQ, HIP 2016-07-29
15:20
Hokkaido Sapporp City Univ. The influence of different devices on brain activity with NIRS
Daiki Sawada, Yang Du, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) IMQ2016-13 HIP2016-39
 [more] IMQ2016-13 HIP2016-39
pp.37-41
IMQ, HIP 2016-07-29
15:45
Hokkaido Sapporp City Univ. A noise predictor based on image features for an IQA database
Yasuhiro Inazumi, Naho Ito, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) IMQ2016-14 HIP2016-40
A set of images and mean opinion scores is needed to develop an objective image quality assessment (IQA). Recently, publ... [more] IMQ2016-14 HIP2016-40
pp.43-47
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2016-03-07
16:45
Okinawa   The Relationship Between Factor Analysis of Questionnaire Evaluation and Image Contents
Daisuke Saito, Yasuhiro Inazumi (Univ. of Toyama), Tomonobu Yoshino, Sei Naito (KDDI Lab.), Tadanobu Misawa, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) IMQ2015-46 IE2015-145 MVE2015-73
 [more] IMQ2015-46 IE2015-145 MVE2015-73
pp.103-106
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2016-03-08
10:55
Okinawa   Relationship between video content and transmission path error
Takahiro Kuramoto, Yasuhiro Inazumi (Univ. of Toyama), Tomonobu Yoshino, Sei Naito (KDDI R&D LABS), Tadanobu Misawa, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) CQ2015-140
 [more] CQ2015-140
pp.183-186
IMQ 2015-11-27
14:40
Kyoto   An image coding method based on a foreground and a background
Yuta Miyayama, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Univ. Toyama) IMQ2015-21
Digital images are continuosly requiring increased storage space due to increased resolution in the recent years. Becaus... [more] IMQ2015-21
pp.5-8
IMQ 2015-11-27
15:05
Kyoto   Quality Improvement of Seam Carving based on Grabcut and Inpainting
Nguyen Khac Hung, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Univ. Toyama) IMQ2015-22
 [more] IMQ2015-22
pp.9-13
IMQ 2015-05-22
14:00
Toyama   improvement of image quality assessment model based on noise similarity
Seiji Inari, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Toyama Univ.) IMQ2015-1
Image quality Assessment (IQA) is important in applications that deal with many of images and videos. The goal of the IQ... [more] IMQ2015-1
pp.1-4
IMQ 2015-05-22
14:25
Toyama   Analysis of Visual-Attention Asociated with Changing of Video Quality
Yuta Miyayama, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Toyama Univ.) IMQ2015-2
Recent, bloating with orders of magnitude of the video, those employing saliency as a new video coding techniques have b... [more] IMQ2015-2
pp.5-9
CQ, IMQ, MVE, IE
(Joint) [detail]
2015-03-04
14:25
Tokyo Seikei Univ. The effect of Contents and degradation of the static and motion picture on cerebral blood flow
Yang Du, Yasuhiro Inazumi, Keiji Shibata, Yuukou Horita (Univ. of Toyama) IMQ2014-64 IE2014-125 MVE2014-112
In this paper we examine the relationship between Cerebral Blood Flow and image quality using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy... [more] IMQ2014-64 IE2014-125 MVE2014-112
pp.179-182
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