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ET 2023-10-21
Nagano Shinshu University Faculty of Engineering Prototype of a Self-analysis Support Tool Utilizing a Dialogue Process between a Person and AI
Yuki Hyogo, Yasuhisa Okazaki (Saga Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
TL 2023-09-10
(Primary: Online, Secondary: On-site)
A Proposal for an Anime Analysis Method Using Dialogue Analysis -- Latent Semantic Analysis of Dialogues in Japanese Anime --
Rieko Fujita, Akinori Takada (Ferris Univ.) TL2023-13
Anime culture is thought to be one of Japan's representative pop culture and is popular among many people in Japan and a... [more] TL2023-13
NLC 2023-09-07
Osaka Osaka Metropolitan University. Nakamozu Campus.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Analysis of Humorous Response Generation Using ChatGPT
Naohiro Hara, Kenji Araki (HU) NLC2023-8
In this study, we analyze the generation of humorous responses using ChatGPT in order to realize a dialogue system that ... [more] NLC2023-8
Ibaraki Epochal Tsukuba International Congress Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Analysis of Video Media and Paralinguistic Expressions of Speakers in Tele-conference Services
Shunta Sasaki (Niigata Univ.) CQ2022-68
In these days, spread of telework and prevention of infectious diseases have led to a rapid increase in demand for tele-... [more] CQ2022-68
ET 2022-11-05
Online Online Estimation and Visualization of Learning Types for Class Dialogues Using Neural Network Model
Sakuei Onishi, Hiromitsu Shiina (Okayama Unisersity of Science), Tomohiko Yasumori (Okayama Univ. of Science) ET2022-38
In elementary school classes, lesson inspection activities have been conducted to improve classes, and feedback is impor... [more] ET2022-38
HCS 2022-10-27
Online Online Emotion and personality estimation of utterances in a dialogue model reflecting Individuality
Daiki Mori, Kazuyuki Matsumoto (Tokushima Univ.), Sasayama Manabu (NIT Kagawa), Yoshida Minoru, Kita Kenji (Tokushima Univ.) HCS2022-54
One of the factors that enable humans to interact with AI in a more friendly manner is personality, and since the person... [more] HCS2022-54
SC 2022-03-11
Online EventIn Proposal of Multi-Modal Diary Service for Assisting Elderly Self-Care Using Spoken Dialogue Agent
Sinan Chen, Hayato Ozono, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.) SC2021-48
As Japan's aging population and low birth rate, the self-care of elderly people at home has become increasingly in deman... [more] SC2021-48
NLC 2022-03-07
Online Online Trial for tendency analysis from carputer log toward car trip support
Hiroto Tamakoshi, Masato Tokuhisa, Syuhei Kimura (Tottori Univ.) NLC2021-34
This paper reports trial methods to acquire information helpful for car-trip supports from carputer logs. With the recen... [more] NLC2021-34
(Joint) [detail]
Online Online Integration Analysis of Heterogeneous Data on Mind Externalization of Elderly People at Home
Sinan Chen, Hayato Ozono, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.) NLP2021-97 MICT2021-72 MBE2021-58
As the aging population around the world, analyzing reasons for changes in the health status of elderly people at home h... [more] NLP2021-97 MICT2021-72 MBE2021-58
Online Online Consideration of Dialogue Acts in Robots Watching TV with People
Yuta Hoshi, Marina Kamimura, Hagio Yuta, Yutaka Kaneko, Masao Yamamoto (NHK), Jianming Wu, Gen Hattori, Yasuhiro Takishima (KDDI Research) CNR2020-7
We are developing a robot that can watch TV together with people. We conducted an experiment to identify the effects of ... [more] CNR2020-7
CNR 2019-08-29
Hokkaido   Analysis of the effect of multiple conversational robots with gestures on user stress using salivary amylase activity measurement.
Kota Maruyama, Junji Yamato (Kogakuin Univ.), Hiroaki Sugiyama (NTT) CNR2019-14
When conducting a human conversation, it is possible to know the person's state and attitude to some extent from not onl... [more] CNR2019-14
HCS 2019-08-23
Osaka Jikei Institute Holistic Rhythm and Analytic Rhythm -- An Essay on Real-time Dialogue Function --
Akira Ichikawa (Chiba Univ.), Yuji Nagashima (Kugakuin Univ.), Yasuo Horiuchi (Chiba Univ.), Daisuke Hara (Toyota TI) HCS2019-30
We examined the functions of "analytic rhythm" and "holistic rhythm" in auditory language (speech), visual language (sig... [more] HCS2019-30
HCS 2019-08-23
Osaka Jikei Institute Estimating Exchange-level Annotations with Multitask Learning for Multimodal Dialogue Systems
Yuki Hirano, Shogo Okada (JAIST), Haruto Nishimoto, Kazunori Komatani (Osaka Univ.) HCS2019-32
This study presents multimodal computational modeling
for estimating three labels: user's interest label, user's sentim... [more]
HCS 2019-08-23
Osaka Jikei Institute Collection and Analysis of Human-System Multimodal Dialogue Data with Subjective Ratings
Kazunori Komatani (Osaka Univ.), Shogo Okada (JAIST) HCS2019-33
Dialogue systems need to capture not only the verbal content that the user explicitly speaks but also the subtle behavio... [more] HCS2019-33
DE, IPSJ-DBS, IPSJ-IFAT 2018-09-14
Tokyo   A Study on Interaction Analysis Using Japanese Learner's Conversation Data and the Tendency of Dialogue Breaking
Hiromitsu Ota (OUJ) DE2018-9
Recently, the introduction of chat bots to call centers and the like has become popular, more accurate, dialogue respons... [more] DE2018-9
NLC, IPSJ-DC 2018-09-06
Tokyo Seikei University A Consideration on Analysis of Interaction Analysis Using Japanese Learner's Conversation Database and Analysis of Dialogue collapse -- Toward detection of dialog crash and application to dialog system --
Hiromitsu Ota (OUJ) NLC2018-12
Recently, the introduction of chat bots to enterprises has become popular instead of human beings. However, although dee... [more] NLC2018-12
TL 2018-03-19
Tokyo Waseda University Incongruity Evaluation of Utterance by Using RNNLM for Non-task-Oriented Dialogue System
Shohei Fujikura, Hideaki Kikuchi (Waseda Univ.) TL2017-72
In this study, we aim to construct non-task-oriented dialogue system that can evaluate incongruity of a utterance to han... [more] TL2017-72
ET 2018-03-03
Kochi Kochi University of Technology (Eikokuji Campus) Construction of Latent Needs Visualization Agent Based on a Hierarchical Topic Model
Yusuke Kometani (Kagawa Univ.), Takashi Satoh (The Univ. of Kitakyushu) ET2017-98
In troubleshooting process it is effective to make visible the root cause and its corresponding solution of problems tha... [more] ET2017-98
ET 2018-01-27
Hyogo Kobe Univ. Development of Latent Needs Visualization Agent for Supporting IT Troubleshooting Process within a University
Yusuke Kometani (Kagawa Univ.), Takashi Satoh (The Univ. of Kitakyushu) ET2017-85
In troubleshooting process it is effective to make visible the root cause and its corresponding solution of problems tha... [more] ET2017-85
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Analysis of evaluation fluctuation from media-dependency in first person's perspective in a dialogue breakdown
Toshinobu Hojo, Ryusei Maezawa, Junji Yamato (Kogakuin Univ.), Hiroaki Sugiyama (NTT CS Labs.)
In the dialogue with the dialog robot, we investigated the possibility of relieving the dialogue breakdown by interposin... [more]
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