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IE, EMM, LOIS, IEE-CMN, ITE-ME, IPSJ-AVM [detail] 2019-09-20
Niigata Tokimeito, Niigata University Realization of Movement Support in a Railway Station Yard for Inbound Tourists using Image Recognition
Tatsuaki Ito, Takuya Murayama, Taiji Nakamura, Yukihiro Nakamura (NTT), Yuriko Shimada, Takayuki Haseba (NTT West), Yuto Mizoguchi, Mayuka Kitagawa, Takashi Ito, Hideo Fujii (Kintetsu) LOIS2019-20 IE2019-33 EMM2019-77
To support smooth transportation of rapidly increasing foreign visitors to Japan, we examined possibility of movement s... [more] LOIS2019-20 IE2019-33 EMM2019-77
TL 2019-03-18
Tokyo Waseda University Linguistic Landscape in Nikko, The World Heritage Site -- Tradition and Trend --
Yuko Hiramatsu (Chuo Univ.), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.), Miwa Morishita (Kobe Gakuin Univ.), Masashi Saraki (Meiji Univ.) TL2018-65
With 2020 Tokyo Olympics close at hand, shrines and temples in the Nikko World Heritage area are struggling to convey th... [more] TL2018-65
Ishikawa   Distribution of event information based on preference of foreigners visiting Japan using social stream
Miki Imai, Ruriko Kudo (Ochanomizu Univ), Miki Enoki (IBM Research), Masato Oguchi (Ochanomizu Univ) NS2018-144
The number of foreign tourists visiting Japan has been rapidly increasing in recent years and is expected to increase fu... [more] NS2018-144
TL 2018-03-19
Tokyo Waseda University A Survey of Language Landscape in Nikko Area -- English Translations as Found in Signs and Posters Intended for Inbound Tourists --
Yuko Hiramatsu (Chuo Univ.), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.), Atsushi Ito (Utsunomiya Univ.), Miwa Morishita (Kobe Gakuin Univ.), Kazutaka Ueda (Tokyo Univ.), Fumihiro Sato (Chuo Univ.) TL2017-60
Nikko is a touristic area not very far from downtown Tokyo. About two hours of train ride takes you from Asakusa Station... [more] TL2017-60
AI 2018-02-27
Osaka Kindai University, Main Campus (Higashiosaka City) A study of multilingual communication support for inbound tourism at hair salon in Japan
Sakurako Kubuki, Rieko Inaba (Tsuda) AI2017-37
In recent years, behavior of visitors to Japan has been changing from “spending money to buy things” to “spending money ... [more] AI2017-37
IA 2016-08-29
Tokyo IIJ Seminar Room Inbound Traffic Engineering for Border Gateway Protocol with Provider Aggregatable Addressing
Abu Hena Al Muktadir, Kenji Fujikawa, Hiroaki Harai (NICT) IA2016-16
This paper proposes an inbound traffic engineering (TE) technique into a multihomed autonomous system (AS) for the Borde... [more] IA2016-16
NS 2014-05-15
Yamanashi Yamanashi Univ. [Invited Talk] Activities of "Yamanashi Free Wi-Fi Project" triggered by World Heritage of Fujisan.
Hisashi Yano (Yamanashi Prefectural Government) NS2014-31
〔Invited Lecture〕
Activities of “Yamanashi Free Wi-Fi Project” triggered by The World Heritage of Fujisan.
Hisashi YAN... [more]
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