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EE 2023-01-20
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Consideration on Air Conditioning Power Consumption Model by Regression Method
Tsuyoshi Nishitani, Kazuki Ikeda, Yuto Iwasaki, Aoi Tanaka, Kazuto Yukita, Tokimasa Goto, Katsunori Mizuno, Yasuyuki Goto (AIT) EE2022-50
Energy conservation is required in the electrical energy field to realize a stable energy supply and carbon neutrality. ... [more] EE2022-50
MBE 2022-05-13
Online Online An examination of cortical dipole imaging using EEG data measured by the international 10-20 system
Yudai Iyama, Junichi Hori (Niigata Univ.) MBE2022-5
As a method of imaging the activity of the brain using EEG, the equivalent dipole layer imaging has been developed to vi... [more] MBE2022-5
ET 2021-07-03
Online Online Evaluation Method of Initiative Using Verbal and Nonverbal Information
Shuma Tajima, Eiji Kamioka, Manami Kanamaru (SIT) ET2021-7
In the field of education such as universities, active learning such as group discussion (hereinafter, referred to as "G... [more] ET2021-7
BioX 2020-11-25
Online Online A study of facial nerve palsy evaluation using surface electromyogram
Kotaro Yamaguchi, Toshiko Yuji, Akira Ganaha, Tetsuya Tono, Hiroki Tamura (Univ. of Miyazaki) BioX2020-38
The diagnosis of facial nerve palsy consists of some diagnoses. The Yanagihara 40-point method and the ENoG value are us... [more] BioX2020-38
ITE-HI, IE, ITS, ITE-MMS, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2020-02-28
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ.
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
[Special Talk] Infrastructure maintenance deta analysis -- The survey of soundness judgement of bridges by machine learning --
Aoi Hasegawa, Yuki wakuda, Maiku Abe (Hokkaido Univ.), Hiromu Suzuki (NEXCO EAST)
In this study, we investigate the use of machine learning to estimate the soundness of steel bridge RC slabs. Inspection... [more]

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Relationship between driver's score of cognitive test and gaze time information
Kakeru Yamaguchi, Minoru Nakayama (Titech), Chayn Sun, Cecilia Xia (Curtin Univ)
Driving requires a high level of cognitive capacity, but it tends to decline as older. The data set covered in this stud... [more]
ICSS 2018-11-21
Kagoshima   Investigation of Security-Related Factors of Satisfactions in Internet Services
Yukiko Sawaya, Akira Yamada, Ayumu Kubota (KDDI Research) ICSS2018-54
The number of services on the Internet and devices connected to the Internet has been increased. Under such circumstance... [more] ICSS2018-54
HIP 2018-08-03
Tokyo Tokyo Woman's Christian University An Analysis of Factors that Contribute to Localization of Directional Audio Sources
Rie Osawa, Susumu Shirayama (Univ. of Tokyo) HIP2018-52
Various human-machine interfaces have been developed along with automation by machines and software. In this paper, dire... [more] HIP2018-52
IN 2018-01-23
Aichi WINC AICHI BPM Estimation of Anime Incidental Music by Multiple Regression Analysis of Spoken Lines
Yuta Ito, Komei Arasawa, Shun Hattori (Muroran Inst. of Tech.) IN2017-88
Incidental music is background music of TV drama, anime, films, Plays, and so forth, and it is an important element to d... [more] IN2017-88
HCS 2017-03-16
Miyagi   Data Analysis for Multiple-Evaluation through Regression Model
Akifumi Notsu (Oita-NHS), Katsuhiko Ishikawa (YGU) HCS2016-109
In performance assessment, multiple evaluators frequently assess identified performance, and this type of assessment dat... [more] HCS2016-109
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Relationship between speech intelligibility and spectro-temporal variation of speech distortion
Yumiko Moriyama, Mitsunori mizumachi (KIT) EA2016-68
It is necessary to subjectively evaluate speech intelligibility, that is, how comprehensible speech is, in each acoustic... [more] EA2016-68
AP 2015-10-22
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi Pref. Roufukukyo-kaikan A Phantom Composition Design System to Support the Development of Human Body-Equivalent Phantoms with Low Relative Permittivity and Conductivity at 1-5 GHz
Takaki Kurashige, Shintaro Kiyoda, Tadahiko Maeda (Ritsumeikan Univ.) AP2015-95
Our previously reported preliminary version of phantom composition design software aimed to support radio engineers inex... [more] AP2015-95
R 2015-07-31
Aomori   On Software Quality Prediction Based on Generalized Linear Models
Shinji Inoue, Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R2015-18
Statistical analysis approaches are often discussed for statistical software quality prediction based on software proces... [more] R2015-18
Tokushima The University of Tokushima Usability Evaluation for Grip of Hammer
Kiyoko Yokoyama, Reiji Yasui (Nagoya City Univ.), Kiyohisa Nishiyama (Nagoya Univ.), Michirou Fujiyama, Tatsuhiro Maeda (Maeda Shell Service Co.) MBE2015-22
Grip is one of the general operation interface of tools, devices, sporting goods and etc. The aim of this study are 1) t... [more] MBE2015-22
WIT, ASJ-H 2015-02-13
Ehime Ehime University, Johoku Campus Study on the optimal number of buttons of touch panel button interfaces -- Transition of the optimal number of buttons by increasing the input letters --
Takuro Kita, Nao Ito (TNCT), Kentaro Tani, Yoshinobu Maeda (Nigata Univ) WIT2014-74
In previous study, we examined to let the participants input alphabet of four characters and recorded performance time, ... [more] WIT2014-74
ET 2015-01-31
Tokyo Mejiro Univ. An estimation of test scores using features of note-taking during a blended learning
Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.), Kouichi Mutsuura, Hiroh Yamamoto (Shinshu Univ.) ET2014-75
The prediction of learning performance using features of note-taking
activity and learner's characteristics is determi... [more]
SP, WIT, ASJ-H 2014-06-19
Ishikawa   Quantitative analysis on usability of button-input interfaces using tablet devices
Nao Ito (Toyama NCT), Kentaro Tani, Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) SP2014-47 WIT2014-2
In this study, in order to evaluate the usability of touch panel button interfaces, we examined to let the participants ... [more] SP2014-47 WIT2014-2
NLP 2014-03-11
Tokyo Sophia University Basic study on evaluation method for patient with locomotive syndrome using a RGB-D sensor
Hiroki Tamura, Kouta Momose, Koichi Tanno (Univ. of Miyazaki) NLP2013-182
In this paper, we propose the evaluation method for for patient with locomotive syndrome using a RGB-D sensor. Proposal ... [more] NLP2013-182
WIT 2014-03-07
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology Development of voice conversation system to automate response for elderly living alone -- Prediction of response timing using multiple regression analysis based on prosodic information and power, utterance intervals --
Shin Nakakarumai, Toru Fujii (Doshisha Univ.), Kazuyoshi Takahashi (Takeda Design & Mfg.), Kiichiro Sasaki (Gifu Keizai Univ.) WIT2013-70
In recent years, mental illness onset and lonely death of the elderly living alone has become a social problem. The deve... [more] WIT2013-70
Miyazaki Miyazaki Seagia Performance study of IEEE 802.16j relay networks by multiple regression analysis
Kohei Higo, Go Hasegawa, Yoshiaki Taniguchi, Hirotaka Nakano, Morito Matsuoka (Osaka Univ.) NS2013-216
The performance of IEEE 802.16j relay networks is influenced by various factors such as time slot assignment for the wir... [more] NS2013-216
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