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SeMI 2022-01-21
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Short Paper] Dementia Detection Using Two Perplexities Methods with Part-of-Speech Tags
Chuheng Zheng, Mondher Bouazizi, Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.) SeMI2021-77
Alzheimer’s disease is a kind of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking, and behavior. Using automated comp... [more] SeMI2021-77
TL 2021-07-03
Online Online Students' Speech Collection and Analysis on Multi-party Conversations in Online Foreign Language Learning Course
Yasushi Tsubota (KIT), Eiji Tomida (Ehime Univ.) TL2021-3
Thought and Language Group in IEICE has had various discussions on various types of multi-person conversations, but due ... [more] TL2021-3
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Analysis of language network for Japanese and English translations of the New Testament
Kihei Magishi, Tomoko Matsumoto (TUS), Yutaka Shimada (SU), Tohru Ikeguchi (TUS) NLP2019-126
This paper investigated characteristics of Japanese and English language networks.
We used the New Testament as a sampl... [more]
EA, SIP, SP 2019-03-15
Nagasaki i+Land nagasaki (Nagasaki-shi) Neural Language Models based on Conditional Hierarchical Recurrent Encoder-Decoder for Multi-Party Conversational Speech Recognition
Ryo Masumura, Tomohiro Tanaka, Atsushi Ando, Takanobu Oba, Yushi Aono (NTT) EA2018-131 SIP2018-137 SP2018-93
This paper presents fully neural network based language models (LMs) that can leverage long-range conversational context... [more] EA2018-131 SIP2018-137 SP2018-93
NLC, IPSJ-IFAT 2019-02-08
Kyoto Ryukoku University Omiya Campus [Special Talk] Morphological Analyzer for Business "Sudachi": the Present and Future
Yoshitaka Uchida (Works Applications) NLC2018-46
Morphological analysis is a fundamental and important technology for processing a Japanese text, especially for industri... [more] NLC2018-46
HCS 2018-03-13
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Effect of video-to-audio synchronization in real-time speech rate converted conversations
Kazuki Osanai, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa, Hiroto Saito (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2017-105
Speech rate conversion (SRC) is a technology that converts playback speed of speeches while maintaining their vocal pitc... [more] HCS2017-105
SP, ASJ-H 2018-01-21
Tokyo The University of Tokyo Auditory spatial attention affects word intelligibility in noisy environment
Ryo Teraoka, Shuichi Sakamoto, Zhenglie Cui, Yoiti Suzuki, Satoshi Shioiri (Tohoku Univ.) SP2017-79
Attention plays an important role in perception and cognition of surround environments. Humans can attend to an individu... [more] SP2017-79
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-17
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Comparison of audio-visual synchronous/asynchronous playback in real-time speech rate converted conversations -- Will the speaker's addressing strength change? --
Kazuki Osanai (Graduate School of Tokyo Denki Univ.), Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa, Hiroto Saito (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2017-29 HIP2017-29
Speech rate conversion (SRC) is a technology that converts playback speed of speeches while maintaining their vocal pitc... [more] HCS2017-29 HIP2017-29
HCS 2017-03-16
Miyagi   Design of turn talking behaviors for participants in speech rate converted conversation -- Effects of delay time visualization on next speaker's utterances --
Kosuke Kumagai, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa, Hiroto Saito (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2016-117
Speech rate conversion (SRC) is one of the most potential techniques for supporting hearing impaired. SRC is a technique... [more] HCS2016-117
HCS 2017-01-27
Fukuoka Namiki Square Meaning Acquisition of Sentence-Final Particle Ne through Human-Robot Interaction
Yusuke Hattori, Natsuki Oka, Chie Fukada (KIT) HCS2016-72
We have experimentally studied about the meaning acquisition of sentence-final particles {it yo}, {it ne}, and {it ka} t... [more] HCS2016-72
SP 2016-10-27
Shizuoka Shizuoka University. Voice Activity Detection Using Throat Microphone and Lavalier Microphone for Multi-Party Conversations
Yoshihiro Otaka, Takashi Tsunakawa, Masafumi Nishida, Masafumi Nishimura (Shizuoka Univ.) SP2016-43
For analyzing multi-party conversations, accurate identification of the speaker and speech segment is important. For mor... [more] SP2016-43
HCS 2016-08-19
Kyoto   Multimodal interaction in task-oriented collaboration -- A case study of "Marshmallow challenge" --
Noriko Suzuki (Tezukayama Univ.), Haruka Shoda (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Noriko Ito, Kaori Inada, Mamiko Sakata (Doshisha Univ.) HCS2016-35
We report the analyses of multiparty collaboration in the “Marshmallow challenge” task, by examining the relationship am... [more] HCS2016-35
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2016-05-19
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center System Design and Evaluations of Visualizing Hearing Termination Time among participants for real-time speech rate converted conversations
Kosuke Kumagai, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa, Hiroto Saito (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2016-19 HIP2016-19
Speech rate conversion (SRC) is a technique that converts playback speed of speeches while maintaining the vocal pitches... [more] HCS2016-19 HIP2016-19
HCS 2016-01-23
Nara Yamato Kaigishitsu Analysis of 'current speaker selects next' behavior in speech rate converted conversations with voice feedback
Takahiro Hirose, Kosuke Kumagai, Hiroko Tokunaga, Hiroto Saito, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2015-76
Speech rate conversion that slows utterances is one of the promising techniques for supporting impaired hearers such as ... [more] HCS2015-76
NLC 2015-09-10
Tokyo Convention Room AP Shibuya-Dogenzaka (Tokyo) SNOWMAN: A Japanese language analyzer -- Introduction to the Word Analyzer Module --
Kazuhide Yamamoto, Yuki Miyanishi, Kanji Takahashi, Yoshiki Inomata, Yuta Sudo, Yuki Mikami (NUT) NLC2015-19
This paper presents our work on building a Japanese word analyzer, called as SNOWMAN, that is not so-called a "morpholog... [more] NLC2015-19
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2015-05-19
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Effects of voice loopback on real-time speech rate converted conversations
Hiroto Saito, Hiroko Tokunaga, Eriko Hashimoto, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2015-9 HIP2015-9
For second language learners and elderly people who are hard of hearing, slower reproduced utterances can improve intell... [more] HCS2015-9 HIP2015-9
EMM 2015-03-12
Okinawa   [Poster Presentation] Proposal for Motegoe voice changer providing enriched speech communication -- automatic modification of Brisk voice, thankful voice and apology voice --
Saori Yano, Michiharu Niimi, Mitsunori Mizumachi (KIT) EMM2014-84
This paper proposes an enriched speech communication tool, which is named as ``Motegoe voice changer.'' Modetego voice c... [more] EMM2014-84
HCS 2015-01-30
Kagawa Bay Resort Hotel Shodoshima (Shodoshima, Kagaewa Pref.) [Poster Presentation] Computational Model of Interactive Meaning Acquisition of Sentence-Final Particles
Yusuke Hattori, Xia Wu, Chie Fukada, Motoyuki Ozeki, Natsuki Oka (KIT) HCS2014-81
Sentence-final particles serve an important role in spoken Japanese, because they express the speaker's mental attitudes... [more] HCS2014-81
HCS 2015-01-30
Kagawa Bay Resort Hotel Shodoshima (Shodoshima, Kagaewa Pref.) [Poster Presentation] Consideration for introduction of ICT in the rehabilitation unit -- By behavior observation and interview with speech therapists --
Yurika Katagiri, Tessei Kobayashi, Masahiro Watanabe (NTT), Yukiko Akutsu, Kimiko Saito, Sawa Watanabe, Shota Hamano (Takeda G. Hos.) HCS2014-101
We focus on the communication of Speech-Language-Hearing Therapist (ST), who supports with development of language for c... [more] HCS2014-101
- 2014-12-19
Yamaguchi Kaikyo Messe Shimonoseki An analysis of elderly-user conversation behaviors using video-mediated communication equipped with real-time speech rate conversion
Eriko Hashimoto, Hiroto Saito, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
In this paper, we report on the results of an experiment to perform the effects of speech-rate conversion for three part... [more]
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