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Nara Nara Institute of Science and Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Comparison of brain activity when viewing presentation videos with different features -- Evaluation based on topic difficulty and explanation skills --
Takahiro Morita, Liang Zhang, Atsushi Nagate (SoftBank), Maryam Alimardani, Shuichi Nishio (Osaka Univ) MVE2022-41
EEG was used to sense brain activity when viewing four types of presentation videos with different "topic difficulty" an... [more] MVE2022-41
ITE-ME, EMM, IE, LOIS, IEE-CMN, IPSJ-AVM [detail] 2022-09-13
Online Keio Univ. Yagami Campus (Hybrid)
(Primary: Online, Secondary: On-site)
Study on eye tracking based skill level estimation for assisting collaborative work
Ryohei Saijo, Hiromu Miyashita, Shohei Matsuo (NTT) LOIS2022-11 IE2022-33 EMM2022-39
In collaborative work among multiple workers with different skill levels, communication discrepancies may occur due to d... [more] LOIS2022-11 IE2022-33 EMM2022-39
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Methods of Giving Advice for Group Discussions in Training among Students -- Categorization of Skills and Advice in Student Discussions --
Keisuke Emoto, Shouhei Koyama, Masaaki Endou, Junichiro Kojou, Masahide Yuasa (Shonan Institute of Tech.)
Since Japanese companies have attempted to use not only job interviews but also group discussions in their employment se... [more]
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Objective Prediction of Social Skills Level for Automated Social Skills Training Using Multimodal Information
Takeshi Saga, Hiroki Tanaka (NAIST), Hidemi Iwasaka (Nara Med. Univ.), Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST)
Although Social Skills Training is a well-known effective method to obtain appropriate social skills during daily commun... [more]
Tokyo The University of Tokyo [Poster Presentation] High-threshold GKP quantum computation with realistically noisy devices
Kosuke Fukui (Kyoto Univ.), Akihisa Tomita (Hokkaido Univ.), Keisuke Fjii (Kyoto Univ.)
To implement fault-tolerant quantum computation with continuous variables, the Gottesman--Kitaev--Preskill (GKP) qubit h... [more]
MBE, BioX 2018-07-26
Tottori   A Proposal of Integrated Feature of Gaze and Motion for Analyzing Relationships between View and Body Motion in Assembly Tasks
Yohei Kawase, Koichi Taguchi, Manabu Hashimoto (Chukyo Univ.) BioX2018-9 MBE2018-17
In this paper, we propose the feature integrating gaze and motion to analyze movements of gaze and hand for each skill l... [more] BioX2018-9 MBE2018-17
Hiroshima ICCH Ran [Poster Presentation] Tracking Quantum Error Correction
kosuke Fukui, Akihisa Tomita, Atsushi Okamoto (Hokkaido Univ.)
To implement fault-tolerant quantum computation with continuous variables, the Gottesman–Kitaev–Preskill (GKP) qubit has... [more]
MBE 2017-01-28
Fukuoka Kyushu University Evaluation of the sawing skill using three-axis acceleration and angular velocity sensor -- Investigation of the trajectory and angle of the saw blade --
Akito Koga (Kumamoto Univ.), Kazuharu Hashitsume (Shimane Univ.), Tomohiko Igasaki (Kumamoto Univ.) MBE2016-77
Currently, due to the decreasing and aging of the expert woodworkers, their skills are faced with the threat of disappea... [more] MBE2016-77
ET 2016-06-11
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Analysis of the Learning Effects in Programming Education Focused on Social Skills
Uchi Masaya, Suzuki Yuri (Chubu Univ), Ishii Norio (Aichi Kiwami College of Nursing), Itai Akitoshi, Yamashita Takayoshi (Chubu Univ) ET2016-19
The purpose of this research is to analyze the learning effects of programming education with a focus on the learners’ s... [more] ET2016-19
HCS 2016-03-01
Ishikawa Rurikoh (Yamashiro Onsen) Estimation models of user's skills by using logs in Web search -- Elderly people using tablet PC in online shopping --
Asuka Miyake, Yuji Morinishi (NTT) HCS2015-88
In spite of increasing Internet users especially elderly people, many conventional Web sites are not easy to use for the... [more] HCS2015-88
ET 2016-01-30
Osaka Kansai Univ. Development of Real-time Analysis Tool based on Acoustic Features related to the Singing Skill
Yasuki Yamashita (PIT-Nagano), Mizue Kayama, Kyoko Ikeda, Miharu Noda, Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.), Kazushi Asanuma (NIT,Nagano College) ET2015-87
We have developed real-time analysis tool for acoustic features of singing voice that is thought to be related to singin... [more] ET2015-87
ET 2016-01-30
Osaka Kansai Univ. Singing Voice Comparison between Novice and Professional Singers by Acoustic Features related to Singing Skill
Miharu Noda, Mizue Kayama, Kyoko Ikeda (Shinshu Univ.), Yasuki Yamashita (PIT-Nagano), Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.), Kazushi Asanuma (NNCT) ET2015-91
The purpose of this study is to establish a teaching method of singing based on acoustic features of singing voice. We ... [more] ET2015-91
ET 2015-01-31
Tokyo Mejiro Univ. Acoustic Features with Frequency Characteristics related to the Singing Skill
Yuki Sakuma, Mizue Kayama, Kyoko Ikeda, Masami Hashimoto, Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.) ET2014-80
The purpose of this study is to establish a teaching method of singing based on acoustic features of singing voice. In t... [more] ET2014-80
EA 2013-12-14
Ishikawa Satellite Plaza of Kanazawa University Consideration on relation between singing skill and frequency characteristics of singing voice
Yuki Sakuma, Mizue Kayama, Kyoko Ikeda, Makoto Otani, Masami Hashimoto, Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.) EA2013-102
The purpose of this study is to establish a teaching method of singing based on acoustic features of singing voice. In t... [more] EA2013-102
ET 2013-09-28
Hiroshima Hiroshima University Analyses of literalities for non-dominant motion learning support mimicking dominant motion
Kazuki Hirota, Masato Soga, Hirokazu Taki (Wakayama Univ.) ET2013-36
Abstract A lot of studies about support for motion skill learning are conducted. However, any studies about comparisons... [more] ET2013-36
HCS 2013-08-24
Kyoto   Conflict Resolution Strategy and Self -Affirmation in Group Discussions -- Comparison of Social Skill --
Mamiko Sakata, Saori Tanaka, Noriko Suzuki (Doshisha Univ.) HCS2013-38
In this study, we used questionnaire methods and video analysis to examine how the level of self-affirmation affects con... [more] HCS2013-38
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. On misconception of Koashi's key rate theory of quantum key distribution
Osamu Hirota (Tamagawa Univ.)
It has been pointed out many times by Yuen that the security theory of quantum key distribution(QKD) originated by Shor-... [more]
EA 2012-10-27
Toyama USHIDAKE resort (Toyama) [Poster Presentation] A basic study on evaluation of singing skill level based on the relationship between acoustic features of the singing voices and their psychological impression
Daiki Yamabe (Graduate School,Shinshu Univ.), Kyoko Ikeda, Mizue Kayama, Makoto Otani, Masami Hashimoto, Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.), Yasuki Yamashita (Nagano Prefectural Institute of Technology), Kazushi Asanuma (Nagano National College of Technology) EA2012-75
The purpose of this study is develop teaching method based on acoustic
features of singing voices. We have examined t... [more]
HCS 2012-03-06
Shizuoka   The Effect of Personality Perception and Self-expression in Dyadic Conversation
Saki Matsuyama, Ikuo Daibo (Osaka Univ.) HCS2011-80
People express themselves according to various situations and others they face by shifting different sides of self, and ... [more] HCS2011-80
ET 2012-01-21
Chiba   Development and Practice of National Colleges of Technology Version Embedded Technology Skill Standards
Kazuhide Sugimoto, Kentaro Noguchi, Chikatoshi Yamada (ONCT), Takahiro Yonamine (SNCT) ET2011-93
Now, we are working on a project and developing skill standards with both educational contents and the new curriculum in... [more] ET2011-93
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