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- 2021-12-17
Online Online Psychophysiological study on the effect of game events generated in response to player's unconscious laughter
Mikito Fukuda, Yoshiko Arimoto (CIT)
Our goal is to build a novel interaction system that enhances the player’s experience in the virtual game environment by... [more]
DE, IPSJ-DBS 2020-12-22
Online Online Inspection of the Relationship between Laughter and Stress using Chat-Type Manzai Application
Kazuki Haraguchi, Taito Kubo, Akiyo Nadamoto (Konan Univ.) DE2020-26
(To be available after the conference date) [more] DE2020-26
EA, ASJ-H, EMM 2020-11-20
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Sound detection for laughter by using features based on auditory attributes
Soichiro Tanaka (JAIST), Shota Morita (Fukuyama Univ), Masashi Unoki (JAIST) EA2020-24 EMM2020-39
This paper proposes a laughter detection method based on auditory attributes to detect special laughter such as a fake l... [more] EA2020-24 EMM2020-39
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Tokyo Waseda Univ. Green Computing Systems Research Organization Laughter synthesis considering the context of the utterance in natural conversation
Tomohiro Nagata, Hiroki Mori (Utsunomiya Univ.) SP2017-65
Most of conventional studies on laughter synthesis do not deal with laughter in actual dialogue scene, and it became a p... [more] SP2017-65
HCS 2017-01-28
Fukuoka Namiki Square When do children make others laugh? -- An approach to developmental process of "humor" behavior --
Taro Murakami (Kyushu Women's Univ.) HCS2016-87
This study aimed to investigate the developmental change of “humor” and “smile” in social interaction during childhood. ... [more] HCS2016-87
HCS 2015-08-22
Kyoto   Modeling communications in systems between a performer and audience members
Ryota Nomura, Takeshi Okada (Univ. Tokyo)
Previous studies have explored that laughter emitted by the other audience members influences the subjective humor exper... [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2014-05-30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Laughter in human-agent interaction
Shiho Tatsumi, Yoshimasa Ohmoto, Toyoaki Nishida (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2014-26 HIP2014-26
In this research, our goal is to make a system to detect the time at which
one almost laughed but he or she didn't sho... [more]
HCS2014-26 HIP2014-26
WIT, SP 2011-10-06
Tokyo TFT Bldg. Analysis of laughter annotation; towards support for children with autistic spectrum disorders
Hiroki Tanaka (NAIST), Hideki Kashioka (NICT), Nick Campbell (TCD) SP2011-60 WIT2011-42
People on the autistic dimension often have great difficulty in understanding human engagement underlying paralinguistic... [more] SP2011-60 WIT2011-42
MBE 2011-06-17
Hokkaido Hokkaido University Experiments on the verification of the psychophysiological excitng mode index ρmin.
Masaji Yamashita (HIT) MBE2011-13
For the study of emotion, we had suggested for psychophysiological exciting mode index as ρmin, previously. The ρmin is ... [more] MBE2011-13
HCS 2008-08-26
- 2008-08-27
Hyogo Kobe University How does mood inducted by laughter influence on communication behavior?
Ken Fujiwara, Ikuo Daibo (Osaka Univ.) HCS2008-39
This study investigated relationships between positive mood and communication behaviors. In this study we identified pos... [more] HCS2008-39
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