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Online Online A study on silent word recognition using various sensors
Masaya Kusamoto, Kenko Ota (NIT) MICT2021-104
The aim of this study is to clarify the effectiveness of silent word recognition using multiple sensors. When a visible ... [more] MICT2021-104
WIT 2021-06-01
Online Online Toward Non-Invasive examination of Swallowing Function during Sleep
Nobuyuki Ohmori (Nagano Pref. General Industrial Technology Center), Yoshito Koyama, Hiroshi Kurita (Shinshu Univ), Miyako Nishimura, Hideya Momose (SKINOS), Manabu Chikai, Hiroshi Endo, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2021-5
We have been conducting research aiming to maintain a healthy and independent life by meal assistive technology. The aim... [more] WIT2021-5
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Investigation of reflex responses arising from arm muscles during horizontal arm movement
Shohei Terada, Masahiro Migita, Masashi Toda (Kumamoto Univ), Kazuaki Kondo (Kyoto Univ), Junichi Akita (Kanazawa Univ), Yuichi Nakamura (Kyoto Univ)
It is known that somatosensory reflex during voluntary arm movement is modulated anticipatorily according to given tasks... [more]
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Decision-making for physical execution needs prior somatic markers
Yoshitaka Otani (Kobe Univ.), Yoshitada Katagiri (Tokyo Univ.), Emiko Imai, Hisatomo Kowa (Kobe Univ.)
The somatic marker hypothesis has been considered to promote decision-making in cognitive control, however, its detailed... [more]
SP 2019-06-13
Kanagawa Tokyo Institute of Technology Evaluation of Comprehensibility of L2 Speech Based on Native Listeners’ Reverse Shadowing and Their Facial Expressions
Tasavat Trisitichoke, Shintaro Ando, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu (UTokyo) SP2019-4
Recently, researchers' attention has been paid to pronunciation assessment not based on comparison between L2 utterances... [more] SP2019-4
WIT, SP, ASJ-H, PRMU 2015-06-19
Niigata   A new approach for gesture recognition by EMG sensors
Yoichi Nagashima (SUAC) PRMU2015-54 SP2015-23 WIT2015-23
This is a experimental report about an application with EMG sensing. I have developed some generation of EMG sensors, an... [more] PRMU2015-54 SP2015-23 WIT2015-23
HCS 2014-10-24
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. Agriculture and Technology (Koganei) A Proposal of the EMG Sensor Switch for Intractable Neurological Diseases
Fumihito Ito, Masahiko Nawate (Shimane Univ.) HCS2014-72
There is a method that uses a communication aid as a means of communication. It is a general procedure of communication ... [more] HCS2014-72
ED 2014-07-10
Aichi Toyohashi Univ. of Tech. VBL [Invited Talk] Miniaturized Vital Sensing Nodes
Kazusuke Maenaka (Univ. of Hyogo) ED2014-45
This paper deals with miniaturized vital sensing nodes for keeping human health. The sensing node can be patched directl... [more] ED2014-45
Tokyo Tamagawa University Evaluation of isometric muscle contraction by simultaneous measurement of displacement-MMG and EMG
Yuto Konishi, Hisao Oka (Okayama Univ.) MBE2013-128
In order to evaluate the contractile function of the muscle, it is necessary to measure the MMG and EMG signals simultan... [more] MBE2013-128
Miyagi Tohoku University Prediction of Joint angle from Muscle Activities decoded from Electrocorticograms in Primary Motor Cortex
Duk Shin, Yasuhiko Nakanishi, Hiroyuki Kambara, Natsue Yoshimura (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Hidenori Watanabe, Atsushi Nambu, Tadashi Isa, Yukio Nishimura, Yasuharu Koike (NIPS) MBE2012-57 NC2012-62
Recently, Electrocorticography (ECoG) has drawn attention as an effective recording approach for less invasive brain-mac... [more] MBE2012-57 NC2012-62
pp.61-64(MBE), pp.5-8(NC)
MBE 2010-10-14
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Development of multi-input control of prosthetic hand using angular velocity
Kanako Kamasaki, Kazumi Hakamada, Jun Miyake (Osaka Univ.) MBE2010-32
The movement of human arm and hand is controlled by several factors, such as muscles and the senses of velocity, acceler... [more] MBE2010-32
NC 2007-05-21
Kanagawa Tokyo Inst. Tech.(Suzukakedai Campus) Dynamic and Cooperative Interaction with a Robot by Measurement of User's Biological Signals
Tomoya Tamei, Shin Ishii, Tomohiro Shibata (NAIST) NC2007-3
This article proposes a new approach to virtual realization of force/tactile senses in machines possessing no such senso... [more] NC2007-3
NC 2007-03-14
Tokyo Tamagawa University Multi-DOF motion controller by EMG based human-machine interface using operator's joint torque and stiffness
Masato Watanabe (Tokyo Tech), Yasuhiro Yamamoto (Univ. Tokyo), Kumiyo Nakakoji (Univ. Tokyo/SRA Key Technology Lab.), Yasuharu Koike (Tokyo Tech)
Most of interfaces measures their position change or human’s motion. Pressure sensitivity digitizer and strain sensor gi... [more] NC2006-133
MBE 2005-03-28
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Analysis of gait utilizing simplified sensors and its visualizing system
Norihiko Yoshida, Hironori Yamada, Yusuke Hoshikawa, Takashi Mochizuki, Kimio Oguchi (Seikei Univ.)
It is well known that walking with bad attitude will result in harmfulness to health. This paper describes a basic resea... [more] MBE2004-108
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