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CPM 2022-08-04
16:15
Hokkaido   Hydrogen gas effects on the properties of boron carbide films prepared by magnetron sputtering
Nishida Tatsuya, Taniguchi Ryu, Masayoshi Sato, Yasuyuki Kobayashi, Yoshiharu Enta, Yushi Suzuki (Hirosaki Univ.), Hirokazu Fukidome (Touhoku Univ.), Hideki Nakazawa (Hirosaki Univ.) CPM2022-15
We have deposited amorphous boron carbide (B4C) films and hydrogenated amorphous B4C (B4C:H) films by RF magnetron sputt... [more] CPM2022-15
pp.14-17
RECONF 2022-06-08
14:00
Ibaraki CCS, Univ. of Tsukuba
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
RECONF2022-19 Data has increased dramatically in recent years, and it is important to speed up parallel data processing using multiple... [more] RECONF2022-19
p.86
CQ, IMQ, MVE, IE
(Joint) [detail]
2022-03-09
09:45
Online Online (Zoom) Improving Weakly Supervised Instance Segmentation by Encoding Motion Information via Optical Flow
Jun Ikeda, Junichiro Mori (UT) IMQ2021-15 IE2021-77 MVE2021-44
Weakly supervised instance segmentation is an important task that can significantly reduce the annotation cost of model ... [more] IMQ2021-15 IE2021-77 MVE2021-44
pp.27-32
HIP, ITE-HI, ASJ-H, VRPSY [detail] 2022-02-28
16:55
Online Online Proposal for VR sickness reduction by additional low speed optical flow
Mizuki Wakayama, Hironori Mitake, Shoichi Hasegawa (Tokyo Tech) HIP2021-76
Most of the previous studies for reducing VR sickness have restricted the field of vision. We propose a method to reduce... [more] HIP2021-76
pp.91-96
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2021-12-15
- 2021-12-17
Online Online Environment perception during walking based on vibro-stimuli generated from distance variation
Itta Endo, Shinichiro Morita, Kota Okuda, Yuki Yoshida, Harumi Kobayashi, Naoki Mukawa, Akio Nakamura (TDU)
We propose the method providing the visually impaired users with environmental information via vibro-stimuli depends on ... [more]
US 2021-11-26
15:30
Online Online Acoustic Characterization of Blood Mimicking Fluid for Ultrafast Ultrasound Imaging and PIV
Masaaki Omura, Ryo Nagaoka, Kunimasa Yagi (Univ. Toyama), Kenji Yoshida, Tadashi Yamaguchi (Chiba Univ.), Hideyuki Hasegawa (Univ. Toyama) US2021-45
Ultrafast ultrasound imaging has been applied to characterization of a blood flow vector velocity distribution in the va... [more] US2021-45
pp.30-35
SANE 2021-11-12
15:10
Online Online Development of a new low frequency GPR system for scanning huge structures
Anwer Sayed, Motoyuki Sato (CNEAS) SANE2021-60
This paper presents a new low frequency (20MHz) radar system for scanning the huge structures of Pyramid in Egypt. A new... [more] SANE2021-60
pp.149-154
MVE 2021-09-17
14:30
Online Online Improving Mask Generation Accuracy Exploiting Optical Flow in Weakly Supervised Instance Segmentation
Jun Ikeda, Junichiro Mori (UTokyo) MVE2021-15
Weakly supervised instance segmentation is important because it reduces the huge pixel-level annotation cost required to... [more] MVE2021-15
pp.38-43
SIP 2021-08-23
13:00
Online Online A video smoke detection algorithm based on optical flow using multi-frame cumulative smoke motion
Kazutaka Kikuta, Yuki Murakami, Takeshi Murata (NICT) SIP2021-27
Detection of smoke in the early stages is essential for the prevention of fire. This research proposes a method for a sy... [more] SIP2021-27
pp.1-4
IE, SIP, BioX, ITE-IST, ITE-ME [detail] 2021-06-03
14:45
Online Online A Study on Polynomial Functions for Optical Flow Estimation
Joi Shimizu, Heming Sun, Jiro Katto (Waseda Univ.) SIP2021-1 BioX2021-1 IE2021-1
Recently, many deep learning based models for optical flow estimation have been proposed. Optical flow estimation is uti... [more] SIP2021-1 BioX2021-1 IE2021-1
pp.1-5
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM, IPSJ-NL 2021-05-20
14:55
Online Online Improvement of Live Music Video Presence Using Zooming
Ai Oishi, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) PRMU2021-2
Although there are various types of live music video contents, it is difficult for the viewers to get a sense of presenc... [more] PRMU2021-2
pp.7-12
PN 2021-03-02
14:55
Online Online Routing Control Method considering Traffic Consditons in Software Defind Elastic Optical Network
Sora Yoshiyama, Ken-ichi Baba (Kogakuin Univ) PN2020-58
Elastic optical networks are attracting attention as a technology to efficiently accommodate the ever-increasing
Intern... [more]
PN2020-58
pp.92-97
SWIM 2020-11-28
16:05
Online Online Recognition of moving objects taken by a wearable camera
Tsukasa Kudo (SIST) SWIM2020-12
For videos and images, the accuracy of image recognition has been improved by utilizing deep learning, and application f... [more] SWIM2020-12
pp.40-45
LOIS 2020-03-11
15:40
Okinawa Nobumoto Ohama Memorial Hall
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Investigating of automatic label masking methods for plant specimen images using Optical Character Recognition
Haruka Hino, Yasuhiko Higaki (Chiba Univ.) LOIS2019-66
The Haginiwa plant specimen images, are one of the largest collection of flowering plants in Japan, are expected to be p... [more] LOIS2019-66
pp.57-62
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2020-03-06
10:10
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A Comparison Study of Neural Sign Language Translation Methods with Spatio-Temporal Features
Kodai Watanabe, Wataru Kameyama (Waseda Univ.) IMQ2019-68 IE2019-150 MVE2019-89
In Neural Sign Language Translation, a model based on 2DCNN (2 Dimensional Convolutional Neural Network) called AlexNet ... [more] IMQ2019-68 IE2019-150 MVE2019-89
pp.273-278
MVE, IPSJ-CVIM 2020-01-23
12:40
Nara   A Study on Corridor Environment Understanding Through Dynamical Visual Variation
Kazuho Kito, Shinichiro Morita, Yoshihiro Kanehara, Harumi Kobayashi, Naoki Mukawa, Akio Nakamura (TDU) MVE2019-28
Optical flow which represent dynamical visual variation plays significant role for sighted people to localize and move i... [more] MVE2019-28
pp.21-24
QIT
(2nd)
2019-11-18
13:50
Tokyo Gakushuin University [Poster Presentation] Ginzburg-Landau theory for spinor bosons in an optical lattice
Shion Yamashita, Ryosuke Yosii, Shunji Tsuchiya (Chuo Univ)
Since the observation of the Mott insulating - superfluid (MI-SF) phase transition , bosons trapped in an optical lattic... [more]
HIP 2019-10-31
10:10
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Experimental and computational study of visual perception for moving objects during self-motion.
Yuki Narita, Shunji Satoh (UEC) HIP2019-56
Retinal motion or optical flow of an object (target) in the outer world is not generally identical to the motion of the ... [more] HIP2019-56
pp.41-45
WIT, SP 2019-10-27
10:50
Kagoshima Daiichi Institute of Technology Mouth shape recognition for patient with intractable neurological diseases
Yuya Nakamura, Takeshi Saitoh (Kyutech), Kazuyuki Itoh (NRCPD) SP2019-33 WIT2019-32
Patients with intractable neuropathy may use a mouth-shape character-based communication as an alternative to communicat... [more] SP2019-33 WIT2019-32
pp.93-98
PRMU 2019-10-18
10:00
Tokyo   Human Perception of Fluid Viscosity Based on Optical Flow
Wataru Suzuki (NCNP), Atsushi Hiyama (Univ. Tokyo), Wakayo Yamashita (Kagoshima Univ.), Noritaka Ichinohe (NCNP), Takeharu Seno (Kyushu Univ.), Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN) PRMU2019-31
A psychophysical experiment was conducted for participants to view and rate viscosity of the simulated fluid in the vide... [more] PRMU2019-31
pp.1-4
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