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EST 2022-01-28
Online Online Behavioral Analysis of Pill Bugs by Motion Detection Systems
Tomoaki Takefuji, Seiya Kishimoto, Shinichiro Ohnuki (Nihon Univ.) EST2021-89
Pill Bugs are known to exhibit alternating turnover responses, and their behavior has been experimentally analyzed. In t... [more] EST2021-89
TL 2018-07-28
Tokyo Keio University [Poster Presentation] Voice vs. Cause in L2 English by Japanese Speakers
Kazunori Suzuki (Tokyo Inst. of Tech./JSPS), Koki Shioda (Hino Tech. Skills Acc.), Makiko Hirakawa (Chuo Univ.) TL2018-27
The current study examines second language acquisition of causative/anti-causative constructions in English by Japanese-... [more] TL2018-27
TL 2018-06-17
Hyogo Kobe Gakuin University (Port Island Campus) Effects of Sentence Construction Familiarity in Language Production of Japanese EFL Learners -- An Analysis on Tendency of Sentence Production by Picture Description Task --
Kaori Hyodo, Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2018-7
The present study aims to examine how Sentence Construction Familiarity (SCF) (Yokokawa et al., 2017) affects Japanese E... [more] TL2018-7
AI 2016-06-27
Tokyo   Perceptual Alternation Induced in the Act of Rotating and Observing a Wireframe Object
Sakumi Iki, Rie Osawa, Shota Imafuku, Susumu Shirayama (Univ. of Tokyo) AI2016-7
Visual information accounts for a large percentage of information humans receive from the environment. Therefore, there ... [more] AI2016-7
NC, MBE 2015-03-16
Tokyo Tamagawa University An MEG study on event-related synchronization and desynchronization associated with intrinsic perceptual alternation during observation of transparent motion stimuli
Yutaku Tanaka, Hiroaki Natsukawa, Tetsuo Kobayashi (Kyoto Univ.) MBE2014-116 NC2014-67
When two visual patterns moving in opposite directions are superimposed on the same plane, observers perceive transparen... [more] MBE2014-116 NC2014-67
COMP 2013-12-21
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center On alternation-bounded alternating context-free grammars and languages
Etsuro Moriya (Waseda Univ.) COMP2013-56
Alternating context-free grammars, in which the number of alternations between existential and universal modes is bounde... [more] COMP2013-56
PN 2013-03-12
Okinawa Okinawa-ken Seinen-Kaikan Prevention Properties of Optical-CDMA and Y-00 Quantum Stream Cipher against Signal Altenation Attacks
Takehisa Iwakoshi, Osamu Hirota (Tamagawa Univ.) PN2012-89
In the modern society, mathematical ciphers are often used to protect transmitted data. However, there are possibilities... [more] PN2012-89
TL 2012-12-08
Tokyo WASEDA University The effect of preemption on the transitivity alternations in L2 English
Takehiko Yagi, Takaaki Suzuki (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.) TL2012-46
This study investigates the effect of preemption on the transitivity alternations in second language acquisition of Engl... [more] TL2012-46
IT 2012-09-28
Gunma Kusatsu Seminar House Linear Programming Decoding for Multiple Access Channel based on Decomposition Methods
Shunsuke Horii, Toshiyasu Matsushima (Waseda Univ.) IT2012-40
In this paper, we develop a dual decomposition method based linear-programming (LP) decoding for multiple-access channel... [more] IT2012-40
Kumamoto Sojo Univ. (Kumamoto) Path alternation on real-time video streaming using PR-SCTP
Tomotaka Maeda, Masahiro Kozuka, Shin Maruyama, Takaaki Komura, Yasuo Okabe (Kyoto Univ) IA2007-49
PR-SCTP is an extension of SCTP, the next generation transport protocol, for retransmission and timeout control under re... [more] IA2007-49
NC 2006-01-23
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Developmental Construction of Infant's Gaze Alternation as Active Subjectivity
Takeshi Konno, Takashi Hashimoto (JAIST)
Gaze alternation behavior is thought of as a basis of infant's communication ability. The importance of subjectivity of ... [more] NC2005-97
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