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Research on automatic different sign language conversion and CG presentation based on sign language video analysis
Masamitsu Miyata, Masamitsu Nishi, Shinya Fukumoto, Masayuki Kashima, Mutsumi Watanabe (Kagoshima Univ.) PRMU2023-31
Sign languages vary from country to country, making it difficult for signers from different countries to communicate wit... [more] PRMU2023-31
Fukushima Tenjin-Misaki Sports Park [Poster Presentation] Research and development of facial expression recognition and sign language translation system using machine learning in Python
Kouta Iwata, Toshiya Arakawa (NIT)
The population with hearing and speech impairments in Japan is approximately 340,000, and one of the main communication ... [more]
CS, IE, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-BCT [detail] 2022-11-25
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] Current progress on automatic sign language recognition and translation and its future prospects
Shinji Sako (NITech) CS2022-60 IE2022-48
In Japan today, it is said that approximately 340,000 people with hearing or speech disabilities are among the holders o... [more] CS2022-60 IE2022-48
NLC, IPSJ-ICS 2022-07-08
Online Online Self-Reproducing Automaton of Linguistic Intelligence -- Self-Regulative Networking between External and Internal Languages --
Kumon Tokumaru (Researcher) NLC2022-1
Speech, text and binary electronic data are categorized as External Language, while memory networks inside the brain con... [more] NLC2022-1
ET 2020-12-12
Online Online Multimodal Discourse Analysis for Encouraging Collaborative Learning in Small Group
Shota Yokoyama, Tessai Hayama (NUT) ET2020-41
In group learning, effective knowledge transfer among learners is one of the most important factors in promoting coopera... [more] ET2020-41
HCS 2019-03-08
Hokkaido Hokusei Gakuen Univ. Investigation of Multilingualization of Signboards in Shopping-Malls in Kyoto City
Takayuki Nakajima, Gaku Goto, Hiroaki Hatanaka, Tochi Sasaki, Yuto Shimizu, Yuichi Toida, Itsuki Wagatsuma, Hiroaki Nanjo, Masatake Dantsuji (Kyoto Univ.), Rika Mochizuki, Masahiro Watanabe (NTT) HCS2018-77
We analyzed signboards in shopping-malls in Kyoto city, identifying the type of characters and languages. Although Kyoto... [more] HCS2018-77
HCS 2019-03-08
Hokkaido Hokusei Gakuen Univ. Study of layout representation when providing information according to language and culture
Masahiro Watanabe, Rika Mochizuki, Yuji Morinishi (NTT), Takayuki Nakajima, Hiroaki Nanjo, Masatake Dantsuji (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2018-79
Since digital signage is easy to display with changing languages, it is gaining attention as a method of presenting info... [more] HCS2018-79
WIT 2017-08-29
Akita Faculty of Engineering Science, Akita Univ. Disaster information transmission system using a video compression based on the key frame of the sign language. -- Information acquisition strategy of Deaf people when repeatedly playing sign language video. --
Kota Akiyama (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.), Ken Tsutsuguchi (NTT), Shun-ichi Yonemura (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.) WIT2017-22
The event of a disaster such as a major earthquake, there is a need to convey quickly and accurately disaster informatio... [more] WIT2017-22
WIT, ASJ-H 2017-05-28
Tokyo RION Co., LTD. A study on JSL Finger Spelling Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Networks
Shinji Sako, Hana Hosoe (NIT), Bogdan Kwolek (AGH Univ. of Technology) WIT2017-10
Recently, a few methods for recognition of hand postures on depth maps using convolutional neural networks were proposed... [more] WIT2017-10
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2016-12-15
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Disaster information transmission system using a video compression based on the key frame of the sign language. -- Study of the intelligibility of sign language in the non-compressed video. --
Kota Akiyama (SIT), Ken Tsutsuguchi (NTT), Syun-ichi Yonemura (SIT) WIT2016-57
The event of a disaster such as a major earthquake, there is a need to convey quickly and accurately disaster informatio... [more] WIT2016-57
WIT 2016-03-04
Ibaraki Tusukuba Univ. of Tech.(Tsukuba) Analysis of Temporal Relationship between Hand Motion and Nod in Japanese Sign Language
Sayumi Kaneko, Yasuo Horiuchi, Shingo Kuroiwa (Chiba Univ.) WIT2015-89
Nods have grammatically importance in Japanese sign language, but there is little mention about arise timing of nods in ... [more] WIT2015-89
WIT 2015-08-26
Nagano Shinshu University Faculty of Engineering Disaster information transmission system based on key frame of Japanese Sign Language.
Kota Akiyama (SIT), Ken Tsutsuguchi (NTT), Shunichi Yonemura (SIT) WIT2015-46
If a disaster, for example, such as metropolitan epicentral earthquake occurs, there is a need to convey quickly and acc... [more] WIT2015-46
- 2014-12-19
Yamaguchi Kaikyo Messe Shimonoseki A Study on Anonymous Sign Language Video Generation Considering Readability
Michihiro Matsuoka, Daisuke Wakatsuki, Sumihiro Kawano (NTUT)
To achieve an anonymous communication by sign language, we have studied an anonymous sign language video generation by a... [more]
- 2013-12-20
Ehime Matsuyama Multi-Purpose Community Cente Morphological and Notational Method Considering Category Classification of Sign Language
Keiko Watanabe (Kogakuin Univ.), Mina Terauchi (PTU), Hisako Watanabe (World Medish), Yuji Nagashima (Kogakuin Univ.), Naoto Kato, Taro Miyazaki, Seiki Inoue, Shuichi Umeda, Toshihiro Shimizu, Nobuyuki Hiruma (NHK)
This paper is about our new method for description of a linguistic structure in sign language. This method will be used ... [more]
SANE 2012-11-30
Chiba Chiba University Keyaki Kaikan Development of configurable digital receiver for atmospheric radars
Toshiyuki Fujita, Masayuki Yamamoto, Noor Hafizah Binti Abdul Aziz, Hiroyuki Hashiguchi, Mamoru Yamamoto (RISH), Tian-You Yu (Univ. of Oklahoma) SANE2012-110
In the report, we describe a system outline of new configurable IF digital receiver for atmospheric radars. Because the ... [more] SANE2012-110
WIT 2012-01-27
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology A Study on Sign Language Recognition Using 3-D Information with TOF Camera
Takuya Moriguchi, Shinji Sako, Tadashi Kitamura (NIT) WIT2011-51
Feature extraction methods of hand movements for sign language,
there are two approaches to use sensors and video. How... [more]
(Joint) [detail]
Miyazaki NewWelCity Miyazaki A Hardware/Software Co-Design Method Optimized for High-Level Synthesis -- Application to Android Platforms --
Hitoki Ito, Kiyofumi Tanaka (JAIST) VLD2011-70 DC2011-46
We suggest a hardware/software co-design method covers the weakness of high-level synthesis to maximize the benefits of ... [more] VLD2011-70 DC2011-46
COMP 2011-03-09
Tokyo Chuo Univ. The Digital Principle and the Listening Automaton -- The Mechanisms to generate human evolutions --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) COMP2010-47
The mechanism of human automaton has not yet been clarified. Having investigated on the digital nature of human language... [more] COMP2010-47
RECONF, VLD, CPSY, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2011-01-18
Kanagawa Keio Univ (Hiyoshi Campus) Feasibility of JHDL for Dynamically Reconfigurable Hardware Design
Naomichi Furushima, Nobuya Watanabe, Akira Nagoya (Okayama Univ.) VLD2010-103 CPSY2010-58 RECONF2010-72
To develop applications for dynamically reconfigurable hardware, the description language which increases the efficienc... [more] VLD2010-103 CPSY2010-58 RECONF2010-72
- 2010-12-17
Miyazaki Miyazaki Seagai resort A Study on Generating Sign Language Animation with Non-Manual Signals
Hiroyuki Kaneko, Naoto Kato, Toshihiro Shimizu, Seiki Inoue (NHK), Yuji Nagashima (Kogakuin Univ.)
We have been doing research on sign language synthesis using TVML(TV program Making Language) which enables all end user... [more]
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