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SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-17
Online Online Study of End-to-End Text-to-Speech that can seamlessly control speaker's individuality by Manipulating Speaker features
Naoki Aotani, Sunao Hara, Msanobu Abe (Okayama Univ) SP2022-14
In this paper, we investigate an End-to-End speech synthesis scheme that enables to seamlessly control speaker individua... [more] SP2022-14
PRMU, BioX 2019-03-17
Tokyo   Generating Handwriting Character Clones by Estimation of Individual Writer's Standard Images and Their Deformation
Yuki Shono, Kazuaki Nakamura, Naoko Nitta, Noboru Babaguchi (Osaka Univ.) BioX2018-30 PRMU2018-134
Shapes of handwritten characters are different depending on individual writers.
At the same time, they are also slightl... [more]
BioX2018-30 PRMU2018-134
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2018-05-22
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Clustering of Children Based on Behavior Analysis and Consideration of Individuality Analysis
Keiichi Horio, Yuji Watanabe, Tetsuo Furukawa (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.), Takashi Omori (Tamagawa Univ.) HCS2018-13 HIP2018-13
In this study, features such as speech, line of sight, response, posture, etc. were extracted from moving images taken b... [more] HCS2018-13 HIP2018-13
Miyagi Tohoku University Analyses of Neural Language Model and Its Application to Transformation of Individuality in Speech
Tatsuya Takeuchi, Masafumi Hagiwara (Keio Univ.) NC2017-29
In this research, we aim to convert the output indirectly by changing the internal state of the neural language model us... [more] NC2017-29
EA, ASJ-H, IPSJ-MUS [detail] 2016-10-14
Ishikawa Noto Omakidai (Nanao) Synthesizing agreeable chorus singing parts from a main-melody singing voice focusing on the singer individuality
Naoaki Yasuda, Takesi Saitou, Masato Miyosi (Kanazawa Univ.) EA2016-31
Generating the sub-melody from a main-melody singing voice and maintaining the individual singer are expected to enhance... [more] EA2016-31
(Joint) [detail]
Kanagawa Tokyo Institute of Technology (Suzukakedai Campus) Prosody Correction Preserving Speaker Individuality in English-Read-By-Japanese Speech Synthesis Based on HMM
Yuji Oshima, Shinnosuke Takamichi, Tomoki Toda, Graham Neubig, Sakriani Sakti, Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST) SP2014-112
To build an English acoustic model that well captures speaker individuality of each Japanese speaker, a framework using ... [more] SP2014-112
SP, ASJ-H 2014-10-23
Wakayama Nanki Shirahama Onsen Hotel Seamore Analysis of Individual Differences on Modulation Spectrum of Speech
Zhi Zhu, Ryota Miyauchi, Masashi Unoki (JAIST)
Human voice includes features of own speaker, i.e., speaker individuality.
Human, thus, can easily identify speaker by... [more]
SP, IPSJ-MUS 2014-05-25
Tokyo   Statistical approach to perceived age control of singing voice
Kazuhiro Kobayashi, Tomoki Toda (NAIST), Tomoyasu Nakano, Masataka Goto (AIST), Graham Neubig, Sakriani Sakti, Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST) SP2014-30
The perceived age of a singing voice is the age of the singer as perceived by the listener, and is one of the notable ch... [more] SP2014-30
LOIS 2014-03-07
Okinawa   Generation of Hand-written Font Reflecting User's Indibiduality
Koji Nakamura, Yasuhiko Higaki (Chiba Univ.) LOIS2013-60
Today, the chances we see hand-written characters are decreasing despite the constant demand for usage. Thus, attempts a... [more] LOIS2013-60
SP 2013-11-21
Nara Nara Institute of Science and Technology Voice Quality Control Based on Perceptual Age in Statistical Singing Voice Conversion
Kazuhiro Kobayashi, Tomoki Toda, Graham Neubig, Sakriani Sakti, Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST) SP2013-71
The perceptual age of a singing voice is the age of the singer as perceived by the listener, and is one of the notable c... [more] SP2013-71
Chiba Chiba Univ. Improvements to Translation Dictionary in a Method for Transforming Individuality of Spoken Language
Masahiro Mizukami, Graham Neubig, Sakriani Sakti, Tomoki Toda, Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST) SP2013-70
In text and speech, there are various features that reflect the individuality of the writer or speaker.
Reflecting thes... [more]
Osaka The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka Univ. Paper-Type Dependency in Visible-Light Paper Artifact-Metrics
Kenta Hanaki, Tsutomu Matsumoto (YNU)
Visible-light paper artifact-metrics is a paper authentication technology based on image patterns of visible light refle... [more]
ET 2013-07-27
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Extraction of Individuality Using Handwriting Japanese Kanji for Examinee Authentication on e-Testing
Yu Yoshimura (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Takehiro Furuta (Nara Univ. of Education), Takahito Tomoto, Takako Akakura (Tokyo Univ. of Science) ET2013-19
It is easy for examinees to cheating or spoofing during the e-Testing. To ensure fairness, it is necessary to prevent th... [more] ET2013-19
Toyama Toyama Prefectural University [Poster Presentation] Application of Turning Points of Writing Pressure to Japanese Online Signature Verification
Chihiro Koshiba, Takahiro Yoshida, Seiichiro Hangai (TUS)
International standard for signature/sign processed data discussed in ISO/IEC JTC1 SC37 WG3 part11 has been issued. In t... [more]
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza A Control method of Voice Fundamental Frequency for Compensating Speaker's Affective Impressions in Time-Scale Modification System
Senichi Ikehara, Hiroto Saito, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
This study is to clarify the relationship between the converged speaker's impressions and voice tones.
The impressions ... [more]

Tokyo Waseda Univ. Nishiwaseda Campus A study on the Individuality Included in Dynamic Minutiae Change with Different Finger Pressure Levels
Aya Hasegawa, Takahiro Yoshida, Kaichi Fujimura, Seiichiro Hangai (TUS)
In Finger Authentication, Minutiae changes dynamically with different finger pressure even if the fingerprint is detecte... [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2012-05-22
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Perception analysis of motion contributing to individuality using Kinect Sensor
Issei Nakachi (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Yugo Takeuchi (Shizuoka Univ.), Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.) HCS2012-11 HIP2012-11
This paper investigates that human tend to percept individuality to what features of human motion. We analyze from exper... [more] HCS2012-11 HIP2012-11
ITS, IE, ITE-AIT, ITE-HI, ITE-ME [detail] 2012-02-21
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Driving data collection using in-vehicle network and analysis of driving behavior on different types of vehicles
Hiroaki Ishikawa, Chiyomi Miyajima, Norihide Kitaoka, Kazuya Takeda (Nagoya Univ.) ITS2011-50 IE2011-126
A portable driving data recording system is developed using a smartphone with the Android OS and an in-vehicle network f... [more] ITS2011-50 IE2011-126
- 2010-12-17
Miyazaki Miyazaki Seagai resort A music feeling estimation technique based on GMM that considers individuality.
Keiichiro Nishio, Shinji Sako, Tadashi Kitamura (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
We attempt to make a model based on GMM that describes the feature obtained from the sound signal
of music in relation ... [more]

PRMU, SP, WIT 2010-10-09
Chiba   Statistical Voice Conversion Techniques for Alaryngeal Speech Enhancement
Tomoki Toda, Keigo Nakamura, Hironori Doi (NAIST) PRMU2010-102 SP2010-58 WIT2010-46
Laryngectomees need some alternative methods of speaking to produce alaryngeal speech. Their common problem is that any ... [more] PRMU2010-102 SP2010-58 WIT2010-46
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