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Fukuoka Humanities and Social Sciences Center, Fukuoka Univ. + Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Relation Model about Employee's Autonomy and Collaboration for Organizational Analysis
Ikuko Takagi, Hajime Nakajima, Haruo Oishi (former NTT) ICM2022-25
In order to handle flexibly in indeterminate age, companies are expected to have a system that could design the vision o... [more] ICM2022-25
HCS 2022-03-12
Online Online Dialogue Act Analysis of Facilitators in Children's Intercultural Collaboration
Mizuki Motozawa, Yohei Murakami, Mondheera Pituxcoosuvarn (Ritsumeikan Univ.) HCS2021-72
Respect for cultural diversity is important in today's increasingly globalized world, and intercultural collaboration us... [more] HCS2021-72
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center An experimental investigation on collaborative dyads' explanation activities using conceptual maps -- Analysis on learning performance based on understanding and the use of different perspectives --
Shigen Shimojo, Yugo Hayashi (Ritsumeikan Univ.) HCS2019-13 HIP2019-13
Studies in cognitive science have shown that collaborative learning based on different perspectives facilitates better i... [more] HCS2019-13 HIP2019-13

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Hand Emergence Features in Ego-centric View for Analyzing Cooperative Group Work
Kazuaki Kondo (Kyoto Univ.), Atsushi Shimada (Kyushu Univ.), Daisuke Deguchi (Nagoya Univ.)
In groupwork studies, not only final work products, also how proactively group members contribute to the work and how co... [more]
ET 2017-03-10
Ehime National Institute of Technology, Niihama College Analysis of text communications in team-based work using SNS
Akiko Teranishi (NYU ABU DHABI), Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Theodor Wyeld (Flinders Univ.), Eid A. Mohamad (NYU ABU DHABI) ET2016-106
The SNS communications among the teammates in the online game development project were analysed using team based work. T... [more] ET2016-106
AI 2016-02-29
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Analysis of Communication in Multi-language Workshop for Youths
Shohei Hida (Kyoto Univ.), Toshiyuki Takasaki (Pangaea), Masayuki Otani, Takao Nakaguchi (Kyoto Univ.) AI2015-58
This research conducted two experiments and analysis to clarify problems and characteristics in children’s multi-languag... [more] AI2015-58
MI 2016-01-20
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan [Fellow Memorial Lecture] Towards integrative research of image analysis and medicine
Yoshinobu Sato (NAIST) MI2015-118
In medical applications of image analysis, initial motivation and idea are typically provided by clinical needs. The eng... [more] MI2015-118
ICSS 2013-03-25
Kanagawa Yokohama National University [Invited Talk] PRACTICE - Proactive Response Against Cyber-attacks Through International Collaborative Exchange
Katsunari Yoshioka (Yokohama National Univ.) ICSS2012-66
Proactive Response Against Cyber Attacks Through International Collaborative Exchange (PRACTICE) project aims at develop... [more] ICSS2012-66
AI 2013-02-18
Osaka   Comparison of Viewpoints between Japanese and Chinese Review in Tourism
Yasuyuki Hatoh, Yijiang Wu, Kazuki Shimamura, Kazuhiro Takeuchi (Osaka Electro-Comm. Univ.) AI2012-21
In this paper, we discuss the differences between the viewpoints of Japanese and Chinese tourists. As a basis of the dis... [more] AI2012-21
AI 2013-02-18
Osaka   An implementation of motivational dynamics for conversation tagging in langrid gaming
Taishi Nose, Reiko Hishiyama (Waseda Univ.) AI2012-31
Gaming simulation is noticed as basis on which we think about a complex problem, such as international environmental pro... [more] AI2012-31
AI 2013-02-18
Osaka   Cross-cultural analysis using multilingual case method system
Kenji Terui, Reiko Hishiyama (Waseda Univ.) AI2012-35
To solve the problems in business and society, the case method which enhance the conflict-resolution skills has been mai... [more] AI2012-35
KBSE 2011-09-21
Overseas Ocean Grand Hotel Jeju A Consideration for Analyzing Information Collaboration Structures -- Towards a development method for sustainable Information collaboration services --
Shuichiro Yamamoto (Nagoya Univ.) KBSE2011-28
In this paper, an approach is proposed to formalize information collaboration analysis method. To accomplish activities ... [more] KBSE2011-28
TL 2011-06-24
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Learning program that makes thinking the outside and presses knowledge collaboration skill development
Yasuyoshi Morita, Liang Cui (JAIST), Motoyuki Kamiyama, Tomohiro Nabeta, Taisuke Ogawa, Mitsuru Ikeda (JAIST) TL2011-2
We composed the program for medical personnel in different standpoint to study the ability to practice knowledge collabo... [more] TL2011-2
DE 2010-12-06
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Akihabara Site A Multidisciplinary Researchers' Collaboration for Disclosure of Earth Science Data in DIAS
Hiroko Kinutani (The Univ. of Tokyo), Toshiyuki Shimizu, Masatoshi Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.), Masaru Kitsuregawa (The Univ. of Tokyo) DE2010-33
Four years have elapsed from the start of the development of DIAS( Data Integration and Analysis System).
Various kinds... [more]
KBSE 2010-11-24
Shizuoka Faculty of Infomatics, Shizuoka Univ. Issues on a Sustainable Integrated Information Service Analysis
Shuichiro Yamamoto (Nagoya University) KBSE2010-31
In this paper, a research plan for a sustainable integrated information service analysis methodology is proposed. The me... [more] KBSE2010-31
SWIM 2010-11-19
Tokyo Tokai Univ. Takanawa Campus(Tokyo) A Configuration Method of Hospital System Collaboration with SaaPS -- Analysis and modeling of patient service process --
Tadashi Ogino (MDIT), Tamotsu Noji (Tokai Univ.), Yasuzo Suto (Azabu Univ.), Hitoshi Sasaki (CORES) SWIM2010-22
It is necessary to unite patient referral information between a clinic and the center hospital to improve the patient se... [more] SWIM2010-22
NLP 2010-07-12
Ishikawa Ishikawa Prefectural Bunkyo Hall Analyses of Behaviors of Agents affected by Local Interactions allocated on the Scale-free Networks and their Applications
Shozo Tokinaga (Kyushu Univ.), Noboru Takaki (Kyushu Sangyo Univ.) NLP2010-35
This paper deals with the
analysis of behaviors of agents affected by local interactions
where we especially focus ... [more]
NLP 2009-03-11
Kyoto   Chaoticity Analysis of Migration Patterns of Agents Collaborating in Productions located on Plane and their Applications to Control of Chaos
Noboru Takaki (Kyushu Sangyo Univ.), Shozo Tokinaga (Kyushu Univ.) NLP2008-162
This report deals with the chaoticity analysis of migration patterns of agents collaborating in productions located on p... [more] NLP2008-162
AI 2009-02-27
Tokyo   A Study of Behavior Analysis and Mutual Understanding Using Langrid-Gaming
Keisuke Tsunoda, Takahiro Kanai, Reiko Hishiyama (Waseda Univ.) AI2008-60
In case of the communication through a machine translator, people can't tell their communication purpose or mind each ot... [more] AI2008-60
CAS, NLP 2009-01-23
Miyazaki   Chaoticity Analysis of Profits/Prices in Formalizing Collaboration among Agents and their Controls
Shozo Tokinaga (Kyushu Univ.), Seigo Matsuno (Ube Kosen) CAS2008-85 NLP2008-115
This report deals with the chaoticity analysis of profits/prices in formalizing of collaboration among agents and their ... [more] CAS2008-85 NLP2008-115
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