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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2022-12-14
- 2022-12-16
Kagawa Onsite (Sunport Takamatsu) and Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Relationship between linguistic expression and gesture by an avatar to explain a route on a map -- Analyzing gaze of viewers --
Ayana Ogata, Koh Kakusho (K. G.), Takatsugu Kojima (SUMS)
For information presentation with various kind of representation including characters, images, speech, etc., speech is o... [more]
PRMU 2020-10-10
10:30
Online Online Analysis and Classification of Gestures in TED Talks
Hitoshi Teshima (Kyushu Univ.), Naoki Wake (Microsoft), Diego Thomas (Kyushu Univ.), Yuta Nakashima (Osaka Univ.), Hiroshi Kawasaki (Kyushu Univ.), Katsushi Ikeuchi (Microsoft) PRMU2020-35
Most of automatic gesture generation methods have focused on generating beat gestures only. Among these methods, many ge... [more] PRMU2020-35
pp.104-109
HCS 2020-03-05
14:20
Online Online Meeting [Online] The Relationship between Gestures and Words by a Coach who Teaches Advanced Walking Skill
Masatoshi Yamada (Tokoha Univ.), Daisuke Sato (SATO SPEED), Sayaka Tohyama (Shizuoka Univ.), Takeshi Matsumura (Tokoha Univ.), Yugo Takeuchi (Shizuoka Univ.) HCS2019-98
The purpose of this study is to clarify the relationship between gestures and words by a coach who teaches advanced walk... [more] HCS2019-98
pp.77-82
HCS, IPSJ-GN 2015-10-03
11:20
Gifu Takayama-Shimin-Bunka-Kaikan Analysis of Gender-specific Self-adaptor and their Effects on Agent's Impressions
Takuto Ishioh, Takafumi Watanabe, Yoshihiko Kubo, Tomoko Koda (OIT) HCS2015-57
This paper reports how agents performing gender-specific self-adaptors are perceived by human raters depending on their ... [more] HCS2015-57
pp.95-100
WIT, SP, ASJ-H, PRMU 2015-06-19
10:25
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
pp.131-136
HCS 2014-10-23
13:00
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. Agriculture and Technology (Koganei) Analysis for Phonetic and Gestural factors of Persuasive Speakers
Yukiko Hirabayashi, Masako Ishimaru (Hitachi), Yoshinori Kitahara (Tokyo Univ. Agriculture and Tech.) HCS2014-60
We have investigated characteristic factors of voice and gesture of persuasive speaker for development the voice interac... [more] HCS2014-60
pp.1-6
HIP 2014-03-19
10:45
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. An analysis of the conducting movement by the minimum jerk trajectory of the periodic movement
Shinji Sumida, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) HIP2013-94
We can communicate with others not only by language but also gesture. In this study, we focus on the transmission of rhy... [more] HIP2013-94
pp.77-82
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2012-12-10
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza Understanding Empathy/Antipathy Perceived by External Observers based on Behavioral Coordination and Response Time
Shiro Kumano, Kazuhiro Otsuka, Masafumi Matsuda, Junji Yamato (NTT)
This paper analyzes how empathy and antipathy, aroused between people while interacting in face-to-face conversation, ar... [more]
CNR 2011-12-19
10:00
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. Cloud based development of robot speech-gesture assignment system
Osamu Sugiyama, Kazuhiko Shinozawa, Michita Imai, Norihiro Hagita (ATR) CNR2011-25
This paper proposed a cloud based speech-gesture assignment system with on the assignment histories. Precedent works for... [more] CNR2011-25
pp.7-13
HIP, HCS, MVE, WIT
(2nd)
2009-12-10
- 2009-12-12
Hokkaido Sappolo Convention Center Gesture recognition and its production in group pantomime
Toshihiko Ando (Sendai Natl. Coll. Tech.)
The coordination of human motions, e.g. nodding and chiming in a speaker, is strongly related to bring people sympathies... [more]
PRMU, IE, MI 2009-05-29
10:00
Gifu Gifu Univ. Direct gesture recognition by using hand waving frequency analysis
Mariko Takeuchi, Kazuhiko Yamamoto, Kunihito Kato (Gifu Univ.) IE2009-32 PRMU2009-23 MI2009-23
In this paper, we propose a recognition method of direct gesture as communication tool with a robot. This system recogni... [more] IE2009-32 PRMU2009-23 MI2009-23
pp.123-128
HCS 2009-03-25
15:50
Shimane   Analysis of Speaker's Gestures and Conversational Activity in Multiparty Video-mediated Communication -- How does the quality of conversation change in correct and imaginary mutual gaze environment? --
Takanobu Katayama, Naoki Mukawa, Hiroko Tokunaga, Masahide Yuasa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2008-78
Directions of gazes and gestures play important roles in multiparty conversations. However, existing video-mediated comm... [more] HCS2008-78
pp.121-126
WIT, TL, SP 2008-01-25
10:55
Shimane Shimane Univ. An Analysis between Pointing Object and Demonstrative Speech Phrases for Remote Transcription
Ken Saito, Ayaka Ito, Yoshinori Takeuchi, Noboru Ohnishi (Nagoya Univ.), Shigeyoshi Iizuka (NTT), Shinya Nakajima (Kokushikan Univ.) TL2007-75 SP2007-170 WIT2007-75
Hearing-impaired students need complementary technologies, such as remote transcription. We explain remote transcription... [more] TL2007-75 SP2007-170 WIT2007-75
pp.19-24
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