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HIP 2022-12-23
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Audiovisual correspondence and linguistic environment -- A comparison between Japanese and Mandarin speakers --
Kentaro Yamamoto, Yamei Zhang (Kyushu Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
EA, SIP, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-03-02
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Evaluation of sentence-level generation in Japanese dialect speech synthesis using accent latent variables
Kazuya Yufune, Tomoki Koriyama, Shinnosuke Takamichi, Hiroshi Saruwatari (UTokyo) EA2021-79 SIP2021-106 SP2021-64
Japanese dialect speech synthesis is useful for personalized speech synthesis systems. However, inability to prepare acc... [more] EA2021-79 SIP2021-106 SP2021-64
AI 2021-12-13
Fukuoka Aimattain Hakata station
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
AI2021-10 (To be available after the conference date) [more] AI2021-10
EA, ASJ-H 2021-07-16
Online Online A Singing Pitch Display System on an Electronic Keyboard
Ayato Kurokawa, Orie Doeda, Masanao Yamada (NIT, Kushiro College) EA2021-12
This study aims to develop a system that assists the hearing impaired to sing in correct pitch. Every year, a certain nu... [more] EA2021-12
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-18
Online Online Stimulus-response compatibility between visual lightness and vocal pitch.
Yusuke Suzuki, Masayoshi Nagai (Ritsumeikan Univ.) HIP2020-72
Previous studies showed that the correspondence between perceptual and motor systems, such as the correspondence between... [more] HIP2020-72
SDM 2021-02-05
Online Online [Invited Talk] Impacts of Misalignment on 1um Pitch Cu-Cu Hybrid Bonding
Yoshihisa Kagawa, Takumi Kamibayashi, Masaki Haneda, Nobuotoshi Fujii, Syunsuke Furuse, Hideto Hashiguch, Tomoyuki Hirano, Hayato Iwamoto (SSS) SDM2020-58
In this study, we have successfully demonstrated the 1um pitch Cu-Cu hybrid bonding technology with remarkable electrica... [more] SDM2020-58
(Joint) [detail]
Online Online Effort-dependent emergence of uniform and diverse muscle activity features in skilled pitching
Tsubasa Hashimoto, Ken Takiyama (TUAT), Takeshi Miki, Hirohumi Kobayashi (UTokyo), Daiki Nasu (NTT), Tetsuya Ijiri, Masumi Kuwata (UTokyo), Makio Kashino (NTT), Kimitaka Nakazawa (UTokyo) NC2020-17
Skilled pitchers show common and individually different motion features. In contrast, common and individually different ... [more] NC2020-17
MBE 2019-05-19
Niigata Niigata University Quasi-static measurement of scapular kinematics in the pitching motion
Masaki Nakayama, Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ.), Hiroshi Tanaka, Hiroki Ninomiya, Hiroaki Inui, Masahiko Komai, Katsuya Nobuhara (Nobuhara Hospital) MBE2019-15
The scapula motion during baseball pitching has yet to be analyzed thoroughly, due to the difficulty of its measurement.... [more] MBE2019-15
SDM 2019-02-07
Tokyo   [Invited Talk] Ultrafine 3D Interconnect Technology Using Directed Self-Assembly
Takafumi Fukushima, Murugesan Mariappan, Mitsumasa Koyanagi (Tohoku Univ.) SDM2018-92
A directed self-assembly (DSA) technology is applied to fabricate ultrafine pitch TSV (Through-Silicon Vias) for ultra-h... [more] SDM2018-92
HCS 2019-02-01
Niigata Niigata Nippo Media Ship [Invited Talk] Absolute pitch and Cognition of music -- Beyond myths of absolute pitch --
Kenichi Miyazaki (Niigata Univ.) HCS2018-53
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2018-53
SIS 2018-03-08
Aichi Meijo Univ. Tempaku Campus Pitch Estimation Using Windowless Weighted Auto-correlation Function
Kyohei Mitani, Yosuke Sugiura, Tetsuya Shimamura (Saitama Univ.) SIS2017-58
In this paper, using Weighted Auto-Correlation Function of normalized spectrum, we propose a pitch estimation method in ... [more] SIS2017-58
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A study on the discrimination of triad pitch using the fundamental tone voting method
Masataka Sawa, Susumu Kuroyanagi (NIT) NC2016-66
The pitch discrimination is one of the most difficult part of the music transcription.
Nakagawa et al proposed the pitc... [more]
OPE, EST, LQE, EMT, PN, MWP, IEE-EMT [detail] 2017-01-19
Mie Iseshi Kanko Bunka Kaikan 25.8-Gbps Uncooled Operation of 1.3-μm InGaAlAs-MQW Directly Modulated DFB Lasers up to 120℃
Akira Nakanishi, Takayuki Nakajima, Noriko Sasada, Shigenori Hayakawa, Yasushi Sakuma, Ryu Washino, Masaru Mukaikubo, Daisuke Noguchi, Sachiko Mizuseki, Norimichi Shibuya, Kazuhiko Naoe, Kouji Nakahara, Kazuhisa Uomi (Oclaro) PN2016-65 EMT2016-94 OPE2016-140 LQE2016-129 EST2016-104 MWP2016-78
High-temperature 25.8-Gbps clear-eye-opening of a 1.3-μm InGaAlAs-MQW directly modulated DFB laser with ACPM grating for... [more] PN2016-65 EMT2016-94 OPE2016-140 LQE2016-129 EST2016-104 MWP2016-78
SP 2016-08-24
Kyoto ACCMS, Kyoto Univ. [Invited Talk] Unsupervised Music Understanding based on Hierarchical Bayesian Acoustic and Language Models
Kazuyoshi Yoshii (Kyoto Univ.) SP2016-29
This paper presents a statistical approach to unsupervised music understanding. Our goal is to estimate musical notes fr... [more] SP2016-29
EA, SP, SIP 2016-03-29
Oita Beppu International Convention Center B-ConPlaza Analysis of a fast fundamental frequency estimation method using recursive moving-average filters -- As a method for making DIO even faster --
Ryunosuke Daido, Yuji Hisaminato (Yamaha Corp.) EA2015-132 SIP2015-181 SP2015-160
We propose a fundamental frequency estimation method which is fast, accurate and suitable for realtime use. While the pr... [more] EA2015-132 SIP2015-181 SP2015-160
SP 2016-01-14
Kanagawa Sunpian Kawasaki Pitch-synchronous band group delay vocoder for high quality speech synthesis
Masatsune Tamura, Ryo Morinaka, Masahiro Morita (Toshiba) SP2015-91
This paper presents a speech analysis and synthesis method that can precisely synthesize speech waveforms for high quali... [more] SP2015-91
EA 2015-12-11
Ishikawa Kanazawa Univ., Satellite Plaza [Poster Presentation] Estimating Pitch and Onset Time of Electric Bass Using Non-negative Matrix Factorization with Asynchronous Regularization Term
Kiyotaka Yamamoto, Harumi Murata (Chukyo Univ.), Akio Ogihara (Kinki Univ.), Yoshito Mekada (Chukyo Univ.) EA2015-43
This paper proposes a new regularization term of non-negative matrix factorization(NMF) for estimating pitch and onset t... [more] EA2015-43
EA, EMM 2015-11-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto Univ. Automatic pause insertion to public address announcement based on pitch and power of speech
Mitsuru Sakamoto, Taira Onoguchi, Chisaki Yoshifum (Kumamoto Univ.) EA2015-25 EMM2015-46
The emission timing control method authors proposed cause information transmission delay at observed points. Due to redu... [more] EA2015-25 EMM2015-46
EMT, MW, OPE, MWP, EST, IEE-EMT [detail] 2015-07-17
Hokkaido Kushiro City Lifelong Learning Center Interchannel Pitch Conversion in Multimode Polymer Optical Waveguide
Hikaru Masuda, Kyuta Suzuki, Daisuke Suganuma, Takaaki Ishigure (Keio Univ.) EMT2015-44 MW2015-82 OPE2015-56 EST2015-48 MWP2015-47
We fabricate a pitch conversion structure in multimode polymer optical waveguides for high density interconnects on prin... [more] EMT2015-44 MW2015-82 OPE2015-56 EST2015-48 MWP2015-47
NC, MBE 2015-03-16
Tokyo Tamagawa University [Invited Talk] On Brain Functions for Musical Perception -- Overview and some recent results --
Iku Nemoto (TDU) MBE2014-128 NC2014-79
Human auditory system is the most sophisticated of those of all the species, functioning as interface for speech communi... [more] MBE2014-128 NC2014-79
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