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HIP 2022-12-23
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Facial change in short-duration and its sensing technique -- Detection of satiety face on eating behavior --
Mao Maekawa, Miyuki G. Kamachi (Kogakuin Univ.) HIP2022-67
As a countermeasure against “leftovers,” which are considered to be a major cause of food loss, we focused on the facial... [more] HIP2022-67
VLD, DC, RECONF, ICD, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2022-11-30
Ishikawa Kanazawa Bunka Hall
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Design and Trial Production of Stochastic Resonance Processor using Differential Input Buffer in FPGA
Akihiko Tsukahara, Sung-Gwi Cho, Keita Tanaka, Akihiko Homma, Yoshinori Uchikawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) VLD2022-49 ICD2022-66 DC2022-65 RECONF2022-72
Stochastic resonance phenomenon is one of the methods that can detect weak signals buried in noise. In this paper, we pr... [more] VLD2022-49 ICD2022-66 DC2022-65 RECONF2022-72
Online Online How attention affects neck muscle activations in head rotations
Katsuya Takahashi, Kei Shimonishi, Kazuaki Kondo (Kyoto Univ.), Ito Takahide (RIKEN/Kyoto Univ.), Masashi Toda (Kumamoto Univ.), Junichi Akita (Kanazawa Univ.), Nakamura Yuichi (Kyoto Univ.) MBE2021-90
We employed EMG (electromyography) for investigating neck muscle activations in head rotations with different attentiona... [more] MBE2021-90
HIP 2021-09-16
Online Online (Zoom) How facial mimicry occurs to faces showing different emotions from their eyes and mouths -- implications to motor mimicry hypothesis and appraisal theory --
Anna Nakamura, Akihiro Tanaka (TWCU) HIP2021-23
Rapid Facial Reactions (RFR) are a phenomenon that matches facial expressions when seeing others’ expressions. Motion mi... [more] HIP2021-23
MBE 2020-05-23
Online Online Measurement of swallowing muscle activity during sleep using electromyography
Seiichi Watanabe, Mizuki Oodaira (NIT, Nagano Coll.), Nobuyuki Ohmori (NGITC), Hideya Momose (Skinos) MBE2020-5
The authors are trying to measure the swallowing muscle activity while sitting using a sensor sheet with multiple dispos... [more] MBE2020-5
PRMU, MVE, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2019-01-18
Kyoto   Variable Motion Indication for On-Neck Communication -- variation and selection with wrist-watch type device --
Takahide Ito, Kazuaki Kondo, Yuichi Nakamura (Kyoto Univ.), Jonathan Rossiter (Bristol Univ.), Junichi Akita (Kanazawa Univ.), Masashi Toda (Kumamoto Univ.) PRMU2018-106 MVE2018-48
今後の英語論文投稿時に二重投稿と判断されないよう、今回は英文のアブストラクトを省略したい。 [more] PRMU2018-106 MVE2018-48
WIT 2018-08-09
Nagano   Comparision between healthy subjects and disability subjects while swallowing by using surface electromyography
Toru Nagasaka, Hiroaki Yoshida, Masayoshi Kamijo (Shinshu Univ), Nobuyuki Omori (Nagano Prefecture General Industrial Technology Center), Hideya Momose (Nishizawa Electric Meters Manufacturing Co.,Ltd) WIT2018-16
(To be available after the conference date) [more] WIT2018-16
WIT 2018-08-09
Nagano   Influence on electromyography electrode waveform due to difference in swallowing condition of food
Tomoki Sawano, Seiichi Watanabe (NIT, Nagano Coll.), Nobuyuki Ohmori (Nagano PGITC), Hideya Momose (Skinos Nagano), Hiroshi Endo, Manabu Chikai, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2018-17
We measured the muscle activity during swallowing of food using sheet type electromyography electrodes. During these mea... [more] WIT2018-17
PRMU, MI, IE, SIP 2018-05-17
Gifu   Motion Monitoring using Skin-Stretcher Device
Takahide Ito, Kazuaki Kondo, Yuichi Nakamura (Kyoto Univ.), Jonathan Rossiter (Bristol Univ.), Junichi Akita (Kanazawa Univ.), Masashi Toda (Kumamoto Univ.) SIP2018-5 IE2018-5 PRMU2018-5 MI2018-5
This paper introduces a novel design of a motion monitoring system through neck muscle measurement and skin-stretch stim... [more] SIP2018-5 IE2018-5 PRMU2018-5 MI2018-5
MBE 2017-09-23
Nagano National Institute of Technology, Nagano College Measurement of muscle activity during swallowing by electromyography electrodes arranged on pressure sensitive adhesive sheet
Haruki Nakagawa, Tomoki Sawano, Kota Endo, Toru Tamura, Seiichi Watanabe, Yoshiaki Arai (NIT, Nagano Coll.), Nobuyuki Ohmori, Jumpei Aizawa (Nagano PGITC), Hideya Momose (Skinos Nagano) MBE2017-40
In the measurement of deglutition muscle activity, when a person with a swallowing disorder orally ingests, conventional... [more] MBE2017-40
WIT, ASJ-H 2017-05-27
Tokyo RION Co., LTD. Attempts to improve the perceived texture of nursing care foods using pseudo-chewing sounds -- The influence of food/sound congruity --
Hiroshi Endo (AIST), Nobuyuki Ohmori (Nagano Prefecture General Industrial Technology Center), Hidekazu Kaneko, Shuichi Ino, Waka Fujisaki (AIST) WIT2017-2
To improve the perceived texture of foods provided during nursing care, we developed a system to vary perceived food tex... [more] WIT2017-2
Miyagi Tohoku University Muscle synergy recruitment during arm movements in patients with hemiparesis
Toshihiro Kawase (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Atsuko Nishimura, Atsuko Nishimoto, Fumio Liu (Keio Univ.), Hiroyuki Kambara, Natsue Yoshimura, Yasuharu Koike (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NC2015-38
Previous studies have suggested that many muscles in the human body are controlled by combination of fewer muscle synerg... [more] NC2015-38
ED 2015-08-04
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Robust Detection Technique of Surface Myoelectric Signal Based on Stochastic Resonance Phenomenon and Multiple Surface Electrodes
Yuki Inden, Kento Shirata (Hokkaido Univ.), Takahide Oya (Yokohama National Univ.), Seiya Kasai (Hokkaido Univ.) ED2015-51
Toward man-machine interface offering intuitively control, we investigate application of a nonlinear phenomenon, called ... [more] ED2015-51
NC, MBE 2015-03-17
Tokyo Tamagawa University Advanced Mobile Security System Operated by Electromyography Signals
Kalanyu Zintus-art, Natsue Yoshimura, Duk Shin, Hiroyuki Kambara, Yasuharu Koike (TiTech) MBE2014-177 NC2014-128
This article describes a novel approach to biometric-based mobile security systems: a myokinetic password using surface ... [more] MBE2014-177 NC2014-128
MBE, BioX 2014-09-12
Nagano Shinshu University Muscle Contraction Estimation for Analyzing Brachii Co-Activation
Daiki Ichida, Yuichi Nakamura, Kazuaki Kondo (Kyoto Univ.), Junichi Akita (Kanazawa Univ.), Masashi Toda (Kumamoto Univ.), Shigeru Sakurazawa (Future Univ. Hakodate) BioX2014-19 MBE2014-42
This paper introduces our method for measuring and analyzing co-activation of agonist and antagonist and its effects. Fo... [more] BioX2014-19 MBE2014-42
ED 2014-07-10
Aichi Toyohashi Univ. of Tech. VBL Development of Surface Electromyography Technique Utilizing Stochastic Resonance in A Nonlinear Device Network
Yuri Imai, Kento Shirata, Ryota Kuroda, Seiya Kasai (Hokkaido Univ.) ED2014-46
Toward easy-to-use electromyography (EMG) device, we investigate to apply stochastic resonance in a nonlinear device net... [more] ED2014-46
Tokyo Tamagawa University Matrix Architecture of Electrodes for Multipoint Electromyography Measurement and Its Implementation
Takayuki Hirano, Junichi Akita (Kanazawa Univ.), Shigeru Sakurazawa (FUN), Masashi Toda (Kumamoto Univ.), Kazuaki Kondo, Yuichi Nakamura (Kyoto Univ.) MBE2013-119
The surface electromyography (sEMG) is expected for applications in health care or as a user interface. In multi point s... [more] MBE2013-119
SDM, ED, CPM 2013-05-17
Shizuoka Shizuoka Univ. (Hamamatsu) Graduate School of Sci. and Technol. Study on Application of Electronic Stochastic Resonance to Non-invasive Biological Signal Detection
Yuri Imai, Seiya Kasai (Hokkaido Univ.) ED2013-29 CPM2013-14 SDM2013-36
Detection of biological signal such as electromyography (EMG) is an important technology for the realization of man-mach... [more] ED2013-29 CPM2013-14 SDM2013-36
Miyagi Tohoku University Debelopment of a BCI System for Communication Support for Disability
Mariko Hyodo, Shinji Chiba (SNCT) MBE2012-58 NC2012-63
We develop BCI(Brain Computer Interface) system for supporting communication for serious disabilities. BCI system we pro... [more] MBE2012-58 NC2012-63
pp.65-70(MBE), pp.9-14(NC)
MBE 2012-10-11
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Continuous Estimation of Finger Joint Angles Using Inputs from an EMG-to-Muscle Activation Model
Jimson Ngeo, Tomoya Tamei, Tomohiro Shibata (NAIST) MBE2012-39
Surface electromyography (sEMG) signals are often used in many robot and rehabilitation applications because these refle... [more] MBE2012-39
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