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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
IE, ITS, ITE-MMS, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2023-02-22
13:15
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Semantic-Consistent Style Transfer with Visual Transformers
Jianbo Wang (UTokyo), Huan Yang, Jianlong Fu (MSR), Toshihiko Yamasaki (UTokyo), Baining Guo (MSR)
 [more]
SIS, IPSJ-AVM 2022-06-09
15:00
Fukuoka KIT(Wakamatsu Campus)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] Advanced applications of machine learning techniques towards high-performance and cost-effective visual inspection AI
Terumasa Tokunaga (Kyutech) SIS2022-6
Visual inspection is an essential step for quality control in manufacturing. Recently, many researchers have shown great... [more] SIS2022-6
p.30
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM 2022-05-13
10:30
Aichi Toyota Technological Institute Visualization of Decision Rationale Using Social and Physical Attention Mechanisms in Human Trajectory Prediction Model
Masahiro Kato, Norimichi Ukita (TTI) PRMU2022-3
There is a great deal of interest in explainable AI that clarifies the basis of decisions, such as why a model makes a p... [more] PRMU2022-3
pp.12-17
HIP 2021-10-22
13:10
Online Online A scanpath prediction model using deep learning considering the context of the gazing objects
Yuhei Ohsawa, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.) HIP2021-43
Since the human gaze is a biological signal which reflects internal states such as consciousness and attention, it is po... [more] HIP2021-43
pp.69-74
HIP 2021-10-22
13:35
Online Online A saliency estimation model for drivers' egocentric vision movies considering self-motion velocity
Yuya Homma, Masashi Fujita, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.) HIP2021-44
In order to predict where a driver’s attention should be directed during driving, Kodama et al. have developed a salienc... [more] HIP2021-44
pp.75-80
SIS 2021-03-05
09:40
Online Online The effect of edge direction in visual stimulus for SSVEP evoking
Tsutomu Yoshida, Masaki Ohashi, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2020-53
The Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential(SSVEP) is an electroencephalogram evoked when our attention is toward a visual ... [more] SIS2020-53
pp.98-102
EA, US, SP, SIP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2021-03-04
16:45
Online Online Evaluation of Attention Fusion based Audio-Visual Target Speaker Extraction on Real Recordings
Hiroshi Sato, Tsubasa Ochiai, Keisuke Kinoshita, Marc Delcroix, Tomohiro Nakatani, Shoko Araki (NTT) EA2020-88 SIP2020-119 SP2020-53
The audio-visual target speech extraction, which aims at extracting a target speaker's voice from a mixture with audio a... [more] EA2020-88 SIP2020-119 SP2020-53
pp.170-175
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2020-03-04
15:45
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Spike synchrony and firing rates for Border Ownership selective neurons in a disinhibition network
Haruka Shimomura (Toho Univ), Sou Nobukawa (CIT), Nobuhiko Wagatsuma (Toho Univ) NC2019-86
Border Ownership (BO) tells which side of a contour owns a border, and it plays a fundamental role for the figure-ground... [more] NC2019-86
pp.61-64
CQ, MVE, IE, IMQ
(Joint) [detail]
2018-03-08
15:30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Eye-Gaze Differences and Saliency Prediction Across Different age Groups
Onkar Krishna, Kiyoharu Aizawa (Univ. of Tokyo) IMQ2017-37 IE2017-129 MVE2017-79
The human visual system has developed the ability to process a scene by selecting the most relevant parts of the scene u... [more] IMQ2017-37 IE2017-129 MVE2017-79
pp.67-72
HIP 2017-10-24
09:40
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa A linear mathematical model of attentional modulation in visual nervous system
Akihiro Masaoka, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.) HIP2017-68
In order to elucidate the neural mechanism of the visual attention, we propose a new mathematical model which can be eas... [more] HIP2017-68
pp.53-56
HIP 2017-10-24
10:00
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Scan path simulation in free-viewing condition based on a probabilistic saliency map model
Tomoya Okazaki, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.) HIP2017-69
Recently, saliency based mathematical models are frequently used to predict observers' gaze shifts. Although these model... [more] HIP2017-69
pp.57-60
HCS 2017-01-28
15:30
Fukuoka Namiki Square Investigation of the Mechanism of Low Prevalence Effect in Visual Search
Yukiko Kanisawa (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2016-88
There are some kinds of misses related to attention. Miss by low prevalence effect is one of them. Low prevalence effect... [more] HCS2016-88
pp.167-172
HIP 2016-09-27
13:50
Nara   Vergence eye movement induced when attending to the object moving in depth by changing disparity and changing size.
Yuto Yamada, Kei Kanari, Hirohiko Kaneko (Tokyo Tech), Kiyomi Sakamoto, Toshiya Mori, Masanaga Tsuji (Panasonic) HIP2016-43
We have shown that the vergence angle changed according to the depth of a target when subjects paid attention to it. In ... [more] HIP2016-43
pp.5-7
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2015-12-16
- 2015-12-18
Toyama Toyama International Conference Center Neural networks for visual attention to eye region in human face
Kaoru Nozue, Masahiro Kawasaki (Tsukuba Univ)
We are able to understand other’s facial expressions with visual processing of not only the whole face but also the part... [more]
HIP 2015-09-29
14:20
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa The effect of Saliency and Ensemble in Visual Search
Shunsuke Kumakiri, Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2015-84
A saliency-based visual attention model can simulate the mechanism of human eye movement in experimental psychology. Tha... [more] HIP2015-84
pp.61-65
HIP, HCS, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2013-05-30
16:25
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center The luminance of fixation and attention location and pupillary response
Hirohiko Kaneko, Satoshi Iha, Tsubasa Tanaka (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Kiyomi Sakamoto, Seiji Sakashita (Panasonic) HCS2013-15 HIP2013-15
Attention location could be different from fixation point, although they are closely related. To predict attention state... [more] HCS2013-15 HIP2013-15
pp.107-111
PRMU, HIP 2012-03-29
15:20
Hyogo   [Survey paper] On computational models of human visual attention
Akisato Kimura (NTT), Ryo Yonetani (Kyoto Univ.), Takatsugu Hirayama (Nagoya Univ.) PRMU2011-255 HIP2011-83
We humans are easily able to instantaneously detect regions in a visual scene that are most likely to contain something ... [more] PRMU2011-255 HIP2011-83
pp.89-100
NC, IPSJ-BIO [detail] 2011-06-24
09:00
Okinawa 50th Anniversary Memorial Hall, University of the Ryukyus Mechanisms of target selection underlying saccades and smooth pursuit eye movements
Kenichiro Miura, Yusuke, Sakato, Kenji Kawano, Tadashi Ogawa (Kyoto Univ.) NC2011-5
Two eye movements are involved in the ocular tracking of a moving visual target. One is a fast and ballistic eye movemen... [more] NC2011-5
pp.61-66
NC, IPSJ-BIO [detail] 2011-06-24
09:50
Okinawa 50th Anniversary Memorial Hall, University of the Ryukyus Span of attentional spotlight in pigeon visual search
Kazuhiro Goto, Sho Otaki (Kyoto Univ.), Shigeru Watanabe (Keio Univ.) NC2011-7
In the present study, we examined the span of attentional splotlight during parallel and serial search tasks in pigeons,... [more] NC2011-7
pp.73-77
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