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CQ, CBE
(Joint)
2022-01-28
11:45
Ishikawa Kanazawa(Ishikawa Pref.)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Study on Parameter Tuning of a Rendezvous Search Utilizing Random Walks
Fumiya Toyoda, Yusuke Sakumoto, Hiroyuki Ohsaki (Kwansei Gakuin Univ) CQ2021-92
Many studies proposed a rendezvous search that multiple searchers existing on different nodes on a network try to find o... [more] CQ2021-92
pp.88-93
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2021-12-15
- 2021-12-17
Online Online Color Weakness Test Which is not Influenced by Figure Presentation Order
Mamoru Kawai, Mitsuhiko Meguro, Masakazu Furuichi (Nihon Univ.)
Recently, due to the revision of the School Health and Safety Law, color blindness tests have been carried out by the de... [more]
WIT 2021-08-20
13:55
Online Online Development of Color Differences Spotting Game for Color Blindness Experience
Jumpei Motohashi, Takeaki Shionome (Teikyo Univ.) WIT2021-14
According to a survey on the actual situation of people with congenital color blindness in 2010 and 2011, the estimated ... [more] WIT2021-14
pp.5-10
CS, CQ
(Joint)
2021-05-14
10:50
Online On-line A Study of the Effect of Agents' Diversities on the Running Time of the Random Walk-Based Rendezvous Search
Fumiya Toyoda, Yusuke Sakumoto (Kwansei Univ.) CQ2021-13
A rendezvous search, which aims to efficiently meet multiple searchers existing different nodes on a network, is expecte... [more] CQ2021-13
pp.53-58
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2021-03-06
13:00
Online Online [Fellow Memorial Lecture] Multidisciplinary Research and Support Technology in the Field of Communication Disability
Yuji Nagashima (Kogakuin Univ.) WIT2020-37
For various people, the progress of ICT has been an important opportunity to provide new communication support technolog... [more] WIT2020-37
pp.41-46
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2020-03-14
14:30
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
[Invited Talk] Interdisciplinary Research in the Communication Support Technology
Yuji Nagashima (Kogakuin Univ.) WIT2019-58
For various people, the progress of ICT has been an important opportunity to provide new communication support technolog... [more] WIT2019-58
pp.109-112
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2020-03-03
10:30
Online Online A Study on Efficient Blind Search Utilizing the Rendezvous of Random Walk Agents
Fumiya Toyoda, Yusuke Sakumoto, Hiroyuki Ohsaki (Kwansei Gakuin Univ) SITE2019-96 IA2019-74
A blind search is a search method for a network, without using topology information of an entire network. While a blind... [more] SITE2019-96 IA2019-74
pp.99-104
MBE 2019-05-19
14:00
Niigata Niigata University Relationship between the size of the tactile maps and the target search time -- With sighted people as the participants --
Kota Ohashi, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.) MBE2019-9
To investigate the effect of changing the tactile map size on the target search time, we conducted a tactile exploration... [more] MBE2019-9
pp.45-49
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-08
14:30
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Evaluation of the kana letter recognition by the leading a finger presentation method. -- Toward the effective letter presentation and information support for a deaf-blind people who is not readable of Braille. --
Tadahiro Sakai (NHK Engineering System), Masatsugu Sakajiri (Tsukuba University of Technology), Takuya Handa, Toshihiro Shimizu (NHK), Junji Onishi (Tsukuba University of Technology) WIT2018-67
We propose a new presentation system (Prop-Tactile display) which compound in local vibration method on a tactile displa... [more] WIT2018-67
pp.39-44
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2017-12-07
13:00
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront A Study of Touchscreen Device Size Suitable for Icon Search by Blind Users
Rei Asakura, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.) WIT2017-57
Blind people depend on only audio feedback when they use touch interfaces such as smartphones. To explore the optimal to... [more] WIT2017-57
pp.101-104
WIT, SP 2017-10-19
15:15
Fukuoka Tobata Library of Kyutech (Kitakyushu) Study on Spatial Search Behavioiur of a Congenitally Blind Person
Kazuo Kamata (HumanCommunication) SP2017-40 WIT2017-36
This report deals with spatial search behaviour of one congenitally blind person in entirely unknown space. Since the b... [more] SP2017-40 WIT2017-36
pp.33-38
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2017-03-11
11:50
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology (Kasuga Campus) Development of a hand robot that signs tactile finger alphabets for deafness-based deafblind persons -- Applying Human-like Multiple DoF Robotic Hand --
Tatsuya Seki (UEC), Koichi Mori (NRCD), HIroshi Yokoi (UEC) WIT2016-87
Deafblind people have three barriers of communication, information acquisition, and movement. Particularly, deaf-based d... [more] WIT2016-87
pp.103-106
WIT 2016-07-16
10:20
Yamanashi University of Yamanashi Organization for Information Management An analisys of archival materials of education for congenital Deafblind, and digitization of the materials
Akira Okamoto (NTUT), Akemi Shirakura (Fujizakura SSES), Misako Nambu (FUN), Kazuhuko Amano, Manabi Miyagi (NTUT) WIT2016-27
Soon after the Second World War, education for two congenital Deafblind children have been provided at Yamanashi Prefect... [more] WIT2016-27
pp.31-36
WIT, SP, ASJ-H, PRMU 2015-06-19
14:00
Niigata   The Effect of the Number of Scales on Target Search Time in Tactile Maps
Midori Mishina, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.) PRMU2015-57 SP2015-26 WIT2015-26
The previous studies have shown that the scales around tactile maps for blind people can shorten the search time for tac... [more] PRMU2015-57 SP2015-26 WIT2015-26
pp.149-152
WIT 2015-03-13
15:40
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology A Study on Discriminability of Sizes of Tactile Dot Symbols Printed on Swell Paper -- Comparison between Blind People and Sighted People --
Takahiro Yamazaki, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.) WIT2014-98
We conducted an experiment to find highly discriminable combinations of tactile circular dot symbols on swell paper with... [more] WIT2014-98
pp.73-77
WIT 2015-03-14
16:00
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology An improvement of blind bowling support system which detects remaining pins and ball trajectory -- Sharing of speech information and presumption of ball position in arrows area --
Makoto Kobayashi (TUT) WIT2014-119
To play a blind bowling, the blind player have to be supported by sighted assistant with telling information like ball t... [more] WIT2014-119
pp.191-195
WIT 2014-09-12
16:10
Hyogo Kobe Univ. Kusunoki Campus A Survey on the Use of Personal Computers and the Internet among Blind and Visually Impaired People in 2013
Tetsuya Watanabe, Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (Niigata Univ.), Kazunori Minatani (NDC) WIT2014-23
A survey was conducted on the use of personal computers and the Internet by blind and visually impaired people. Among 30... [more] WIT2014-23
pp.25-30
SP, WIT 2013-06-14
14:30
Niigata   Development of an Adjusting Device for Elderly Person's TV -- Aim to make broadcasting sounds easier to listen to --
Tomoyasu Komori (NHK Engineering System), Atsushi Imai, Nobumasa Seiyama, Reiko Takou (NHK), Tohru Takagi (NHK Engineering System), Yasuhiro Oikawa (Waseda Univ.) SP2013-49 WIT2013-19
With the aim of making speech easier to listen to on a TV receiver. We are researching effective ways of combining speec... [more] SP2013-49 WIT2013-19
pp.107-112
SIP, CAS, CS 2013-03-14
16:05
Yamagata Keio Univ. Tsuruoka Campus (Yamagata) [Invited Talk] On the issues of DOA Estimation and Separation for Multiple Speech Signals
Nozomu Hamada (Keio Univ.) CAS2012-108 SIP2012-139 CS2012-114
On the issues of direction-of-arrival estimation of multiple sound sources and blind source separation of mixed speech s... [more] CAS2012-108 SIP2012-139 CS2012-114
pp.69-74
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2013-02-22
10:15
Okinawa Youth Center of Okinawa prefecture Blind Adaptive Channel Equalizer of Multi-Path Feedback Channel for OFDM-Based Wireless Repeater System
Faramarz Asharif, Shiro Tamaki, Mohammad Reza Alsharif (Univ. of the Ryukyus), Heung Gyoon Ryu (Chungbuk National Univ.) SAT2012-61
In this paper, we aim to blindly equalize the feedback multipath channel in relay system. Blind equalizers do not requir... [more] SAT2012-61
pp.83-86
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