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EST 2023-01-26
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Analysis of Scattered Light for Biological Imaging by Optical Pulses
Kaito Kobayashi, Seiya Kishimoto, Shuichiro Inoue, Shinichiro Ohnuki (Nihon Univ.) EST2022-78
We aim to develop a superior biological imaging method using optical pulses and study time-resolved measurements of mous... [more] EST2022-78
Online Online EEG style transfer for sleep stage scoring using deep learning
Naoki Omiya (Univ. of Tsukuba), Kazumasa Horie (CCS), Hiroyuki Kitagawa (IIIS) NC2021-66
Sleep stage scoring is a clinical inspection to identify in which sleep stages the patients are from their biological si... [more] NC2021-66
MVE 2019-08-29
Aichi   Analysis of non-verbal communication using heart rate
Leonardoken Orihara, Tomonori Hashiyama (UEC) MVE2019-8
In recent years, with the spread of wearable devices, it is possible to easily collect biological information. By analyz... [more] MVE2019-8
TL 2019-03-18
Tokyo Waseda University Examination of Emotion Estimation Technique of Driver Using Biomedical Signal
Yusuke Shoji, Atsushi Ito, Hiroyuki Hatano (Utsunomiya Univ.) TL2018-64
In recent years, various driving support systems such as automatic braking and vehicle detection for preventing rear-end... [more] TL2018-64
MBE 2019-01-31
- 2019-02-01
Saga Saga University Evaluation of user's frustration with interface design by biological signal
Emi Yuda, Yutaka Yoshida, Kento Yamamoto (Nagoya City Univ.), Park Shinyoung, Komi Matsubara, Yuko Eguchi, Jun Shimada (Mitsubishi Electric), Junichiro Hayano (Nagoya City Univ.)
We studied the usefulness of biological signal processing for assessing cumbersome felt by users when they use the contr... [more]
MBE 2019-02-01
Saga Saga University Evaluation of intervention effect on corporate organizational environment by biosignal sensor
Junichiro Hayano (Nagoya City Univ.), Minoru Mitsui, Kaho Ozaki, Mihoko Wakui, Katsunori Kawano (Fuji Xerox), Emi Yuda (Nagoya City Univ.) MBE2018-77
We studied the usefulness of bio-signal monitoring during working hours for assessing the effects of intervention aiming... [more] MBE2018-77
Kyoto   Individual Discrimination of ECG Measured through Capacitive Electrodes by Artificial Neural Network
Ryo Kato, Masahiro Tatsuta, Kosuke Sasaki, Masaki Kyoso (TCU) MBE2018-42
The aim of this research is to measure the electrocardiogram using a non-contact type electrode installed in a chair and... [more] MBE2018-42
ITS, IE, ITE-MMS, ITE-HI, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2018-02-16
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. A note on the prevention of heatstroke using sensing data -- Analysis of sensing data based on worker's physical condition --
Yuma Sasaka, Takahiro Ogawa, Miki Haseyama (Hokkaido Univ.)
A reliable method to prevent heat stroke is highly sought after for maintaining and managing a worker's health in hot pl... [more]
EMCJ, IEE-EMC 2016-12-16
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology A Preliminary Analysis of Healing Effect of KANSEI Robot Characterized by the Tendency of Treatment from User
Hiroki Ogasawara, Emi Yuda, Yutaka Yoshida, Shohei Kato (NIT) EMCJ2016-102
Communication robots are expected to play the roles of caring of the elderly and healing on behalf of pets.In order to c... [more] EMCJ2016-102
SIP 2016-08-26
Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology, Tsudanuma Campus Super resolution of vein images using convolutional neural networks
Koji Kashihara (Tokushima Univ.) SIP2016-80
If super-resolution techniques improve the quality of near-infrared images with a low signal-to-noise ratio, they could ... [more] SIP2016-80
Tokyo Tamagawa University Basic Study for Nonstationary Component Detection of Biological Signals by using a Stationary-Nonstationary Separating Filter
Yukari Yukari, Go Okuyama, Masataka Kitama, Hisae O.Shimizu, Masaji Yamashita (HUS) MBE2015-108
Biological signal is important for medical diagnosis and treatment, so analysis accuracy of biological signals must be i... [more] MBE2015-108
NC, MBE 2013-09-25
Niigata Niigata University Ekinan-Campus "TOKIMATE" Evaluation Using Fractal Analysis of EEG Signals to Introduce Dry Bioelectrodes for BCI
Ryota Saito, Masahiro Nakagawa (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) MBE2013-51 NC2013-37
To apply the discrimination of EEG (Electroencephalogram) patterns by EFAM (Emotion Fractal Analysis Method) to BCI (Bra... [more] MBE2013-51 NC2013-37
SDM, ED, CPM 2013-05-17
Shizuoka Shizuoka Univ. (Hamamatsu) Graduate School of Sci. and Technol. Study on Application of Electronic Stochastic Resonance to Non-invasive Biological Signal Detection
Yuri Imai, Seiya Kasai (Hokkaido Univ.) ED2013-29 CPM2013-14 SDM2013-36
Detection of biological signal such as electromyography (EMG) is an important technology for the realization of man-mach... [more] ED2013-29 CPM2013-14 SDM2013-36
(Joint) [detail]
Fukuoka Fukuoka Institute of Technology Estimation of emotion using several biological signals in the films viewing
Takuya Otani, Hiroaki Kudo, Tetsuya Matsumoto (Nagoya Univ.), Yoshinori Takeuchi (Daidou Univ.), Noboru Ohnishi (Nagoya Univ.) IMQ2012-39 IE2012-143 MVE2012-100 WIT2012-49
Recently, users are demanding to search using the feeling information. In this report, we attempt to estimate user’s fee... [more] IMQ2012-39 IE2012-143 MVE2012-100 WIT2012-49
Tokyo Tamagawa University Development and evaluation of a real-time sleepiness prediction system utilizing vestibulo-ocular reflex
Shingo Yamada, Yutaka Hirata (Chubu Univ.) MBE2011-148
Falling asleep while driving is directly linked with a fatal accident. Therefore, it is important to detect or preferabl... [more] MBE2011-148
MoNA, IPSJ-AVM 2011-07-14
Nara Nara Institute of Science and Technology User's Behavior and Indoor Location Estimation Using Electroencephalographic Signals
Tatsuya Kasahara, Takahiro Sawatari, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) MoMuC2011-14
This study discusses a user’s behavior and indoor location estimation technique using electroencephalographic signals as... [more] MoMuC2011-14
AI 2011-05-26
Tokyo Kwansei Gakuin Univ. Tokyo Marunouchi Campus Several Remarks on the Acquisition of Web-Information -- Co-existence of Bit and Linguistic Information, and Corporal Intelligence --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) AI2011-1
The author has been investigating on the origin and mechanism of language through interdisciplinary researches. He reali... [more] AI2011-1
- 2010-12-17
Miyazaki Miyazaki Seagai resort Evaluation of EMG by Wink for Biological Signal Interface
Masaki Kato, Akimi Seki, Masashi Okamura, Shigenori Ioroi, Hiroshi Tanaka (KAIT)
Many kinds of input interface using biological signals such as EMG, EEG and breathing etc. have been studied in recent y... [more]
HIP, HCS 2010-05-13
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Development and evaluation of an exciting interactive system utilizing biological signals
Yuki Kakegawa, Michiko Ohkura (SIT) HCS2010-2 HIP2010-2
In late years, there are many studies on interactive systems for healing under stressful society. However, there exist f... [more] HCS2010-2 HIP2010-2
EMD 2008-03-07
Tokyo   Suppression of near-surface sensitivity for diffuse reflective optical tomography
Shinnosuke Imaizumi, Takuya Iizuka (TMCAT), Keiko Fukuda (TMCIT) EMD2007-136
We proposed a method for suppressing the near-surface sensitivity to improve the measurement accuracy of oxygen consumpt... [more] EMD2007-136
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