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HIP, HCS, HI-SIGCOASTER [detail] 2024-05-14
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center A Pilot Study for Interactive Mental Healthcare Support by Conversational Robot for the Elderly.
Lisa Abe, Emika Watanabe, Kouyou Otsu (Ritsumeikan), Keita Kiuchi (JNIOSH), Yugo Hayashi (Ritsumeikan)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
SIP, SP, EA, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2024-03-01
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Prediction of Voice Processing Intensity Matching the Impression of a Voice Agent
Ren Miyamoto, Wakuto Morita, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu (Tokyo Univ.) EA2023-132 SIP2023-179 SP2023-114
When a voice agent such as a robot interacts with a human, it is important in terms of familiarity with the agent to sel... [more] EA2023-132 SIP2023-179 SP2023-114
MVE 2023-09-08
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Investigation of an acupressure robot based on respiratory status.
Kuya Moriyama, Naoki Kammaki, Tomoko Yonezawa (Kansai Univ.) MVE2023-19
This study developed a massage system that estimates the timing of pressing and releasing based on the user’s breathing ... [more] MVE2023-19
SP, IPSJ-SLP, EA, SIP [detail] 2023-03-01
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Effects of Voice Artificiality on the Degree of Compatibility between Voice and Appearance of Voice Agents
Kota Iura, Naotake Masuda, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu (UTokyo) EA2022-121 SIP2022-165 SP2022-85
For a spoken agent such as interactive robots, it is important to use a voice that fits the image of the agent in terms ... [more] EA2022-121 SIP2022-165 SP2022-85
AI 2022-12-21
Fukuoka   Distributed Action Planning and Execution with fluctuated movement for Iterative Multi-agent Path Planning
Yuki Miyashita (Shimizu Corp.), Tomoki Yamauchi, Toshiharu Sugawara (Waseda Univ) AI2022-46
This study proposes a distributed planning method with asynchronous execution for the multi-agent pick up and delivery (... [more] AI2022-46
IBISML 2020-10-21
Online Online IBISML2020-18 A symbol emergence system is a multi-agent system where each autonomous agent forms internal representations through int... [more] IBISML2020-18
KBSE 2020-01-25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Design and Implementation of Multi-Robot Control System Using Extended PSO Based on Multiple Software Agents
Tomoya Minowa, Kazuki Kanari, Tetsuro Takahashi, Masafumi Goto, Toshihiko Seino, Yasushi Kambayashi (NIT) KBSE2019-43
It is difficult for people to search the site where the building collapsed and rubble was scattered.
In that case, a ro... [more]
PRMU, CNR 2019-02-28
Tokushima   A teachable agent asking question: using the learning-by-teaching strategy
Le Ray Briac, Sono Taichi, Imai Michita (Keio Univ.) PRMU2018-115 CNR2018-38
Care receiving robots, care receiving agents and teachable agents are based on the proof that people can learn by teachi... [more] PRMU2018-115 CNR2018-38
PRMU, CNR 2019-02-28
Tokushima   Regret-based emotional modeling of an opponent in a game-playing agent
Hector Dubuis, Michita Imai, Masahiko Osawa (Keio) PRMU2018-116 CNR2018-39
This paper aims at improving the quality of human-robot interaction by building a model of the user based on his emotion... [more] PRMU2018-116 CNR2018-39
KBSE 2019-01-26
Tokyo NII Operation control by Multi-Robot using PSO
Ken Nishimura, Tomohiro Ohno, Yasushi Kanbayashi (NIT) KBSE2018-42
This paper implements an agent system developed in C ++ on the airframe and controls the operation. It was shown that ag... [more] KBSE2018-42
PRMU, CNR 2017-02-18
Hokkaido   Motivating Reading by Book Recommendation Robot Programmed by Children
Yusuke Kudo, Takuya Sato, Wataru Kayano, Hirotaka Osawa (Tsukuba Univ.) PRMU2016-162 CNR2016-29
School libraries are required to promote the habit of reading books in elementary school children. It is necessary to cu... [more] PRMU2016-162 CNR2016-29
HCS 2017-01-27
Fukuoka Namiki Square Cognitive development of children about robot's behavior before and after entering school
Yuto Imamura, Kazunori Terada (Gifu Univ.), Hideyuki Takahashi (Osaka Univ.), Irini Giannopulu (IHU-A-ICM & Marie Curie Univ.) HCS2016-70
Humans use two distinct cognitive strategies separately to understand and predict agents' behavior. One is mind-reading,... [more] HCS2016-70
Kagoshima Kirishima-kanko Hotel A Conception of Interaction Models Using Rodents Level Cognitive Architecture
Masahiko Osawa, Michita Imai (Keio Univ.), Hiroshi Yamakawa (DWANGO) CNR2016-14
(To be available after the conference date) [more] CNR2016-14
CNR 2016-09-20
Tokyo Sanjo conference hall, The University of Tokyo Conversation Design of Chat Generation Agents Who Tweet Activities of Family Members on Group Chat
Naoki Ohshima, Shuntaro Fukushima, Naoki Mukawa (TDU) CNR2016-7
Families who live in distant place are hard to maintain close communication because they have few difference in life rhy... [more] CNR2016-7
NLP 2016-07-22
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Centennial Hall Formation control of mobile robots with coupled phase oscillators -- Robust performance against removing/adding robots --
Tadashi Nakamura, Koki Yoshida, Naoyuki Hara, Keiji Konishi (Osaka Pref.Univ) NLP2016-42
Considerable attention has been paid to multi-agent systems. One of the advantages of multi-agent systems is the robustn... [more] NLP2016-42
CNR 2015-12-17
Kanagawa   Voluntary Learning Support by Agent Robots that Presents Multiple Viewpoints
Yusuke Kudo, Wataru Kayano (Univ. of Tsukuba), Wataru Endo, Akira Yuuki (Kyocera Document Solutions), Hirotaka Osawa (Univ. of Tsukuba) CNR2015-19
Elementary school students are required to equip a habit of voluntary learning. We estimates that accepting multiple vie... [more] CNR2015-19
HCS 2015-01-31
Kagawa Bay Resort Hotel Shodoshima (Shodoshima, Kagaewa Pref.) [Invited Talk] Study of Children's Minds through a Robot -- Challenge of Developmental Cybernetics --
Shoji Itakura (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2014-109
For human infants, agents—defined as other humans—are the fundamental units of their social world. Agents pr... [more] HCS2014-109
- 2014-12-19
Yamaguchi Kaikyo Messe Shimonoseki What Creates a Pleasant Mood? -- Development of an Information Model to Create a Good Mood --
Masahide Yuasa (Shonan Institute of Tech.), Hidefumi Ohmura (National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry), Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.)
CNR 2014-09-27
Hokkaido   Life Activity Recording Method Using Interactive Character Agent for the Elderly
Yosuke Nagai, Masayuki Hayashi, Masayuki Kanbara (NAIST), Norihiro Hagita (NAIST/ATR) CNR2014-15
This paper proposes a life logging framework of detail life activity using an interactive character agent for elderly. I... [more] CNR2014-15
CNR 2014-06-16
Kanagawa Raiousya, Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University Controlling an Agent from a Remote Place -- Autonomous Robot and Communication System --
Kentaro Ishii (Univ. of Tokyo) CNR2014-8
Technologies advance as people have mobile networking devices such as smartphones, and it is possible to control machine... [more] CNR2014-8
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