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IN 2020-01-23
Aichi WINC AICHI Manga Feature Tag Extraction from Reviews on the Web for e-Book Search
Kazuya Murao, Komei Arasawa, Shun Hattori (Muroran Inst. of Tech.) IN2019-65
In recent years, the digitization of books has progressed, and the number of Web sites for selling e-book comics has inc... [more] IN2019-65
ET 2019-03-15
Tokushima Naruto University of Education Evaluation of RSVP e-Reader with auditory timing stimulation
Yuhi Ono, Toshio Kawashima (FUN), Jumpei Kobayashi (DNP/FUN) ET2018-108
Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP) is a technique used in a special mode of e-book viewers. RSVP presents segments ... [more] ET2018-108
ET 2017-09-09
Hiroshima Hiroshima University High School, Fukuyama A Support Method for Recall of the Circumstances in Documenting Processes Using Scene-Snaps
Masahiro Seino, Ryo Onuma (Fukushima Univ.), Hiroki Nakayama (Waseda Univ.), Youzou Miyadera (Gakugei Univ.), Shoichi Nakamura (Fukushima Univ.) ET2017-31
Opportunity of complicated documenting through multiple works such as reading existing documents and Web exploration (e.... [more] ET2017-31
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCOASTER [detail] 2016-05-19
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Relationship between eye movements and reading speed in normal reading of Japanese text
Jumpei Kobayashi (DNP/FUN), Eiji Shinbori (DNP), Toshio Kawashima (FUN) HCS2016-28 HIP2016-28
Twenty-eight subjects read Japanese text with the line length of 5-40 characters per line at their normal reading speed.... [more] HCS2016-28 HIP2016-28
ET 2015-05-23
Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology Multimedia DAISY books as learning assistance for low-proficiency learners of English
Keiko Ishihara, Yukari Rutson-Griffiths, Misuzu Miyake, Fumio Matsukawa, Tomoko Nakamura (Hiroshima Int'l Univ.) ET2015-9
This paper aims to substantiate the efficacy of a digital English textbook designed using Digital Accessible Information... [more] ET2015-9
- 2014-12-19
Yamaguchi Kaikyo Messe Shimonoseki Stepped-line Text Layout with Phrased Segmentation for Japanese Electronic Text Reading
Jumpei Kobayashi, Takashi Sekiguchi, Eiji Shinbori (DNP), Toshio Kawashima (FUN)
We propose a new Japanese electronic text format with stepped-baseline to improve reading speed. The new stepped-baselin... [more]
ET 2014-09-27
Shimane Shimane Univ. (Matsue Campus) A Proposal of Extensive Reading System using e-Book Reader with Automatic Measurement of WPM
Akito Sumi, Hisayoshi Kunimune, Masaaki Niimura (Shinshu Univ.) ET2014-36
We are engaged in Extensive Reading using SSS method as a part of English language education curriculum at Shinshu Unive... [more] ET2014-36
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCOASTER [detail] 2014-05-30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Readability of Japanese Electronic Text with Phrase-based Line Breaking
Jumpei Kobayashi, Takashi Sekiguchi, Eiji Shinbori (DNP), Toshio Kawashima (Future Univ.-Hakodate) HCS2014-31 HIP2014-31
We propose a new Japanese electronic format with phrase-based line breaking for tablet computer to improve reading speed... [more] HCS2014-31 HIP2014-31
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Oita Beppu International Convention Center Analysis of eye movement while reading paper books and E-books which have multiple styles
Hideaki Takahira, Hiroki Senou, Ryouichi Ishikawa, Kei Kikuchi, Mitsuho Yamada (Tokai Univ.) IMQ2013-78 IE2013-187 MVE2013-116
Eye movement research while reading has long history for more than a century, characteristic eye movements, such as fixa... [more] IMQ2013-78 IE2013-187 MVE2013-116
IMQ 2013-12-13
Shizuoka Hamamatsu Campus, Shizuoka Univ. Comparison of eye movement between E-books and paper books while reading the text of spread pages.
Hideaki Takahira, Ryouichi Ishikawa, Kei Kikuchi, Mitsuho Yamada (Tokai Univ.) IMQ2013-17
In recent year, tablet devices are spreading, reading the text of spread pages on E-books like paper books has become po... [more] IMQ2013-17
IMQ 2013-07-26
Iwate Iwate University Eye movement research when reading books, and development to E-books
Hideaki Takahira, Ryouichi Ishikawa, Ryuji Hiraki, Kei Kikuchi, Mitsuho Yamada (Tokai Univ.) IMQ2013-8
Eye movement research has been done for many years, various measuring methods have been developed and various eye moveme... [more] IMQ2013-8
IMQ 2013-05-17
Tokyo Seikei Univ. Analysis of gaze movement when reading an E-book
Hideaki Takahira, Ryouichi Ishikawa, Kei Kikuchi, Tatsuya Shinkawa, Mitsuho Yamada (Tokai Univ.) IMQ2013-3
Recently, reduction in size and weight of the E-book progresses, the E-book reader appeared in various companies, and is... [more] IMQ2013-3
ET 2013-03-29
Ehime   A Picture Book Narration Support System with Real-time Feedback of Line of Sight
Kazuhide Yukawa, NaoyaTujita, Kunimiti Shibata, Koji Ueno (Doshisha Univ.), Kazuo Takahashi (Tokiwakai College), Shigeo Kaneda (Doshisha Univ.) ET2012-107
In recent years, an e-book reader like iPad is coming up. An e-book reader has various sensors. Some e-book readers can ... [more] ET2012-107
TL 2013-02-23
Tokyo Institute for Civilization & Management An Awareness Support Approach for Novel Reading by using Comic Book
Koji Ueno (Doshisha Univ.), Kazuo Takahashi (Tokiwakai College), Yusuke Imai, Shigeo Kaneda (Graduate School, Doshisha Univ.) TL2012-60
In order to express one story, we have many varieties of media, such as text format (novel), comic, character goods, and... [more] TL2012-60
HCS 2011-01-21
Osaka Osaka University Nakanoshima Center Children's eye movements in the reading a picture-book -- focusing on the relationship between comprehension tests and gazing at the target area --
Yukiko Iso, Hisako Tsuboi, Etsuko Togo, Takashi Sakamoto (Tokyo Future Univ.) HCS2010-46
This study investigated the relationship between children’s eye movements and understanding of the stories in the readin... [more] HCS2010-46
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