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2016

  • Atsushi Omata, Yutaka Sakane, Shogo Ishikawa, Miwako Honda, Mio Ito, and Yoichi Takebayashi “Constructing a Video-based Remote Coaching Platform to Develop Professional Skills in Dementia Care”, The 10th World Conference of Gerontechnology 2016;15(suppl):136s; doi:10.4017/gt.2016.15.s.770.00 (2016.9.28)

2015

  • Aye Hnin Pwint Aung, Shogo Ishikawa, Yutaka Sakane, Mio Ito, Miwako Honda, and Yoichi Takebayashi “A Visualization of Dementia Care Skills Based on Multimodal Communication Features”, In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Well-Being Computing: AI Meets Health and Happiness Science, 322-328, (2016.3.23)
  • Kenichi Shibata, Naoki Kamiya, Shogo Ishikawa, Hideki Ueno, Akira Tamai, and Yoichi Takebayashi “Interprofessional Collaborative System to Raise Awareness and Understanding of Dementia using an Action Observation Method”, In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Well-Being Computing: AI Meets Health and Happiness Science, 411-416, (2016.3.22)
  • Shogo Ishikawa, Mio Ito, Miwako Honda, and Yoichi Takebayashi “The Skill Representation of a Multimodal Communication Care Method for People with Dementia”, 14th International Conference on Global Research and Education, (2015.9.19)

2014

  • Shinya Kiriyama, Kenichi Shibata, Shogo Ishikawa, Kei Ogawa, Harunobu Nukushina, and Yoichi Takebayashi “Multimodal bodily feeling analysis to design air conditioning services for elderly people”, In Proceedings of the second international conference on Human-agent interaction (HAI ’14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, pp.141-144, 2014

2013

  • Naoki Kamiya, Shogo Ishikawa, Kenichi Shibata, Hideki Ueno, Yoichi Takebayashi;WEB-BASED DEMENTIA-ASSIST KNOWLEDGE SERVICE ON THE BASIS OG GROWING DEMENTIA CORPUS,12th International Conference on Global Research and Education, p32(2013.9.25)
  • Kenichi Shibata, Kengo Ikeya, Kei Ogawa, Naoki Kamiya, Shogo Ishikawa, Shinya Kiriyama, Yoichi Takebayashi;MULTIMODAL FEELING INFORMATION UNDERSTANDING FOR the ELDERLY IN LIVING SPACE,12th International Conference on Global Research and Education, p33(2013.9.25)

2012

  • Satoshi Takakuwa, Atsushi Suzuki, Yoichi Takebayashi, Yutaka Sakane;A Flexible Proxy-Server for Inter-Hospital Medical Image Exchange,uHealthcare 2012(2012.10.25)
  • Takamasa Nagao,Syogo Ishikawa,Shinya Kiriyama,Yoichi Takebayashi;Multimodal Video Description Framework for Understanding Child’s Social Development,INTER-ACADEMIA 2012(2012.8.27)

 

2011

  • Kenichi Shibata, Kengo Ikeya, Yuki Deguchi, Yoichi Takebayashi, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa, Shinya Kiriyama;Designing Multimodal Acoustic Environment Corpus to Improve Speech Interaction in Living Room,CHiME 2011(2011.9.1)

 

2010

  • Shinya Kiriyama, Shogo Ishikawa, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa, Yoichi Takebayashi:Mental-State Analysis for Understanding Children’s Behavior Based on Emotion-Label Sequences in Multimodal Speech-Behavior Corpus,Oriental COCOSDA-2010(2010.11.24).
  • Kenichi Shibata, Shiya Kiriyama, Tomohiro Haraikawa, Yoichi Takebayashi, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa;A study of speech interface for living space adapting to user environment by considering scenery situation,AVSP2010(2010.10.2)
  • Ishikawa Shogo, Kiriyama Shinya, Takebayashi Yoichi, Kitazawa Shigeyoshi:How Children Acquire Situation Understanding Skills?: A Developmental Analysis Utilizing Multimodal Speech Behavior Corpus(2010.9.29).
  • Yuki Deguchi, Norihiro Nishio, Takahiro Sugiyama, and Yoichi Takebayashi: Multi-Camera Shooting Support System for Novices in a Compact Studio IA2010 Research Paper(2010.8.9).
  • Shogo Ishikawa,Shinya Kiriyama,Shigeyoshi Kitazawa,Yoichi Takebayashi:A Study of Constructing a Thinking Process Model Based on Multimodel Behavior Analysis IUI2010 Semantic Models for Adaptive Interactive Systems Workshop Intercontinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong(2010.2.7).

 

2009

  • Norihiro Nishio, Yuki Deguchi, Takahiro Sugiyama, and Yoichi Takebayashi:Adaptive Multi-Camera Shooting System Based on Dynamic Workflow in a Compact Studio WORLD ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY VOLUME 60, pp.767-772 (2009.12).
  • H. Ruuska, S. Kiriyama, Y. Takebayashi: Child Selection of Learning Methods: A Corpus Based on Real-World Data, The 2nd Workshop on Child, Computer and Interaction at ICMI-MLMI 2009, PP9 (2009.11).
  • Heikki Ruuska, Shinya Kiriyama, Yoichi Takebayashi, Child selection of learning methods: a corpus based on real-world data, Prc. of the 2nd WoCCI, (2009.11).
  • Heikki Ruuska, Yoichi Takebayashi, Versatile Model for Music Creation Utilizing Tension States,Proc. Inter-Academia2009 (2009.9).

 

2008

  • S. Kitazawa, S. Kiriyama, T. Kasami, S. Ishikawa, N. Otani, H. Horiuchi, Y. Takebayashi: A Multimodal Infant Behavior Annotation for Developmental Analysis of Demonstrative Expressions,LREC2008, (2008.5).

 

2007

  • Shinya Kiriyama, Goh Yamamoto, Naofumi Otani, Shogo Ishikawa, Yoichi Takebayashi: A Large-scale Behavior Corpus Including Multi-Angle Video Data for Observing Infants’ Long-term Developmental Processes, the Ninth International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI2007), pp.186-192,(2007.11).
  • Shogo Ishikawa, Tomohiko Kasami, Shinya Kiriyama, Hiroaki Horiuchi, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa, Yoichi Takebayashi: A study of infant development in demonstrative expression based on multimodal behavior observation, International Symposium on Skill Science 2007, pp.87-92 (2007.9).
  • Atushi Hoshiai, Atushi Suzuki, Yutaka Sakane, Tomohiro Haraikawa, Yoichi Takebayashi: Producing Speed Cenesthesia for Visually Impaired Cyclists by BackGround Music, Inter-Academia 2007,pp.178-187 (2007.9).
  • Kazuyasu Fukui, Naofumi Otani, Yutaka Sakane and Yoichi Takebayashi: Video Knowledge Contents Creation System for Enhancing Handwork Skill Acquisition, International Symposium on Skill Science 2007, pp.131-134 (2007,9).
  • Shinya Kiriyama, Ryo Tsuji, Tomohiko Kasami, Shogo Ishikawa, Naofumi Otani, Hiroaki Horiuchi, Yoichi Takebayashi, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa: The Developmental Analysis of Demonstrative Expression Skills Utilizing a Multimodal Infant Behavior Corpus, The Interspeech 2007,pp.2305-2308 (2007,8).
  • Naofumi Otani, Saki Kawaguchi, Goh Yamamoto, Yutaka Sakane, Shinya Kiriyama, Yoichi Takebayashi: Construction of an infant behavior corpus as a basis of fundamental commonsense computing research, HCI International 2007, pp.339-343(2007,7).
  • Heikki Ruuska, Naofumi Otani, Shinya Kiriyama, Yoichi Takebayashi: Creating Multi-Level Reflective Reasoning Models Based on Observations of Social Problem-Solving in Infants, The 17th European-Japanese Conference on Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases,pp.99-114 (2007.6).
  • Y.Kuroki, T.Okino, T.Haraikawa, Y.Sakane, Y.Takebayashi: Multimodal Crusing Assist to Enhance the Drive’s Abilities to Perceive Surrouding Contexts Using Panoramic Presentation with Dynamic Multiple Windows, Proc.Fifth IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, pp.429-434(2007.3.23).

 

2006

  • Shogo Ishikawa, Shinya Kiriyama, Hiroaki Horiuchi, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa, Yoichi Takebayashi: Regular contributions: A Methodological Study of Situation Understanding Utilizing Environments for Multimodal Observation of Infant Behavior, Proceedings of the 1st ACM International Workshop on Human-Centerd Multimedia HCM’06, pp.123-130 (2006.10).
  • Shogo Ishikawa, Naofumi Otani, Shinya Kiriyama, Hiroaki Horiuchi, Yoichi Takebayashi, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa: A Study of Situation Understanding Method Utilizing Environments for Multimodal Observation of Infant Behavior, MODIE Modelling and Designing User Assistance in Intelligent Environments Workshop at Mobile HCI 2006, pp.26-31 (2006.9).
  • Ryo Tsuji, Tomohiko Kasami, Shogo Ishikawa, Shinya Kiriyama, Yoichi Takebayashi, Shigeyoshi Kitazawa: Observations of The Spoken Language Acquisition Process Based on A Multimodal Infant Behavior Corpus, Interspeech 2006, (2006.9).
  • Takeshi Ozeki, Mitsuo Oe, Katsumi Miyauchi, Mattw Zuchowski, Y.Takebayashi, D.Aoshima:Effectiveness of the Cardiac workflow by the Cardiology PACS with the catheterization reporting system in Juntendo University Hospital: CARS2006, Proceeding of the 20th International Congress and Exhibition, International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, Springer, PP481-482, ( 2006.7).
  • T. Haraikawa, S. Nakagawa, Y. Une, Y. Sakane, Y. Takebayashi: A unique way to personalized and situational supports for universal access of home appliance network, Consumer Electronics, 2006. ICCE apos;06. 2006 Digest of Technical Papers. Internation Volume, issue 7-11 pp.59-60 (2006.1).
  • Daigo Aoshima, Hiroshi Kato, Yutaka Sakane, Yoichi Takebayashi: A Stream Distribution System for Multimodal Knowledge Media using Dynamic Structuring Function, IWAIT2006, pp.148-153 (2006.1).
  • Yutaka Sakane, Yuichi Arai, Takaki Okino, Yukimune Kuroki, Tomohiro Haraikawa and Yoichi takebayashi: A Cruising-Assist System Based on Multimodal Visual Interfaces for Enhancing of Surrounding Environments, IWAIT2006, pp.465-469 (2006.1).
  • Takahiro Sugiyama, Yuichi Arai, Hidemitsu Maki, Yoichi Takebayashi: Multimodal Knowledge Contents Creation with Special Cameras and Sensors for Vehicles, IWAIT2006, 105(501), pp.371~374 (2006.1)
  • T.Haraikawa, S.Nakagawa, Y.Une, Y.Sakane, Y.Takebayashi: A unique way to personalized and situational supports for universal access of home appliance network, Consumer Electronics, 2006. ICCE apos;06. 2006 Digest of Technical Papers. Internation Volume, issue 7-11 pp.59-60 (2006.1).

 

2005

  • Yoichi Takebayashi: Multimodal Knowledge Contents Design From the Viewpoint of Commonsense Reasoning, 2005 GSIS International Symposium, on New Era:Brain, Mind and Society, pp.135-150, Sendai, Japan. (2005.9).
  • Yasuomi Une, Tomohiro Haraikawa, Yutaka Sakane and Yoichi Takebayashi: Information Presentation Device Realizing Assistance of Active Understanding for Visually-Impaired People, Proc. The 2005 Intl. Conf. on Active Media Technology 1A-3 (2005.5).
  • Katsuhiro Annen, Goh Yamamoto, Ryota Amano, Tomohiro Haraikawa and Yoichi Takebayashi: “Living Furniture: Life Support at Home by Lifelike Furnishings and Appliances”, Proc. 2005 ICCE International Conference on Consumer Electronics, No.6, pp.265-266 (2005.1).
  • Tomohiro Haraikawa, Katsuhiro Annen, Goh Yamamoto, Yutaka Sakane, Yoichi Takebayashi: PIBOT: An Adaptive and Scalable Appliance Integration for A Unversal Access of A Home Network, ICCE2005, No.9, pp.4-20 (2005.1).

 

2004

  • Masana Minami, Mitsuaki Watanabe, Nozomu Saito, Yoichi Takebayashi: A Quantitatively Expressible Model of Information Exchange between User and Informative Systems and Its Application to Actual Evaluation Tasks, Proceedings of 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Nagoya, CD-ROM, IS02, Paper No.3202 (2004.10).
  • Naofumi Otani,Goh Yamamoto, Yutaka Sakane, Yoichi Takebayashi: Wearable Intelligence for Musical Performance and Handwork, Workshop on Mobile HCI and Sound, pp.1-6 (2004.9).
  • Goh Yamamoto, Kensuke Shiraki, Masami Takahata, Yutaka Sakane, Yoichi Takebayashi: Multimodal Knowledge for Designing New Sound Environments, Workshop on Mobile HCI and Sound, pp.31-36 (2004.9).
  • M.Takahata, K.Shiraki, Y.Sakane, Y.Takebayashi: Sound Feedback for Powerful Karate Training, International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME’04), pp.13-18 (2004.6).
  • Y.Sakane, M.Takahata, N.Otani, Y.Kuroki, Y.Takebayashi: A Design Of The Ubiquitous Karate School For Learning Mind And Body Interaction, Pervasive 2004, Advances in Pervasive Computing, pp.345-350 (2004.4).
  • Y.Kuroki, S.Yoshitaki, Y.Sakane, Y.Takebayashi: A Mountaineering Supporting System, Pervasive 2004, Advances in Pervasive Computing, pp.297-301 (2004.4).

 

2003

  • Y.Takebayashi, T.Sugiyama, Y.Sakane: Multimodal Knowledge Creation in Ubiquitous Learning, UEM 2003 at ATR (invited), pp.49-52 (2003.9).
  • S.Yoshitaki, Y.Sakane, Y.Takebayashi: Cycling Support System Using Multimodal Knowledge and Ad-hoc Network, HCI International 2003, Adjunct Proceedings, pp.297-298 (2003.6).
  • Masana Minami, Nozomu Saito, Mitsuaki Watanabe, Yoichi Takebayashi: A Quantitative System-Usability Evaluation Tool and Its application to the HMI Usability Evaluation of a Vehicle-Navigation System, HCI International 2003, Adjunct Proceedings, pp.285-286 (2003).

 

2000

  • Y.Takebayashi: Towards human-centered intelligent infrastructure, Sensor Symposium 2000, pp.325-332 (2000).

 

1999以前

  • M.Hashimoto, S.Tsujimoto, H.Sugiyama, Y.Takebayashi: A Common Dictionary System Sharing among Multiple Media Conversion Functions Asia Pacific Computer Human Interaction, APCHI ’98, pp.436-440 (1998).
  • Minako Hashimoto, Shuichi Tsujimoto, Hiroshi Sugiyama, Yoichi Takebayashi: A Common Dictionary System Sharing among Multiple Media Conversion Functions. APCHI 1998: 436-440 (1998.7).
  • Y.Takebayashi, Y.Nakayama, H.Kanazawa, Y.Kono, S.Tsujimoto: Multimodal interface agent for enhancing knowledge sharing, Workshop on Perceptual User Interfaces, PUI ’97, pp.38-40 (1997.10).
  • Y.Takebayashi, M.Doi: Multimodal Human Computer Interaction Research at Toshiba Research and Development Center, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI ’97, pp.79-80 (1997.3).
  • Hiroshi Kanazawa, Mitsuyoshi Tachimori and Yoichi Takebayashi: A Hybrid Word-Spotting Method for Spontaneous Speech Understanding Using Word-Based Pattern Matching and Phoneme-Based HMM, Proc. ICASSP’95, Vol.1 pp.289-292 (1995.5).
  • Hiroshi Kanazawa and Yoichi Takebayashi: Speech recognition system having word-based and phoneme-based recognition means, The Jounal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.97, Issue 3, p.2017 (1995.5).
  • Yoichi Takebayashi: Method and apparatus for speech recognition using both low-order and high-order parameter analyzation, The Jounal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.97, Issue 2, p.1365 (1995.2).
  • Y.Takebayashi, H.Kanazawa: Adaptive noise immunity learning for word spotting, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP ’94, pp.I-449-452 (1994.4).
  • H.Kanazawa, S.Seto, H.Hashimoto, H.Shinchi, Y.Takebayashi: A user-initiated dialogue model and its implementation for spontaneous human-computer interaction, International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP ’94, pp.111-114 (1994).
  • S.Seto, H.Kanazawa, H.Shinchi, Y.Takebayashi: Spontaneous speech dialogue system TOSBURG II and its evaluation, International Symposium on Spoken Dialogue, ISSD-93, Vol.15, Issue 3-4, pp.41-44 (1993.10).
  • Y.Takebayashi: EDR Electronic Dictionary, Proc. of Fourth Machine Translation Summit, pp.117-126 (1993.7).
  • Y.Takebayashi, Y.Nagata, H.Kanazawa: Noisy spontaneous speech understanding using noise immunity keyword spotting with adaptive speech response cancellation, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP ’93, ppII-115-118 (1993.4).
  • Y.Takebayashi, H.Tsuboi, S.Sadamoto, H.Hashimoto, H.Shinchi: A real-time speech dialogue system using spontaneous speech understanding, International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP’92, pp.651-654 (1992.10).
  • Y.Takebayashi, H.Tsuboi, H.Kanazawa: Keyword-spotting in noisy continuous speech using word pattern vector subabstraction and noise immunity learning, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP ’92, pp.II-85-88 (1992.3).
  • H.Tsuboi, Y.Takebayashi: A real-time task-oriented speech understanding system using keyword-spotting, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP ’92, pp.I-197-200 (1992.3).
  • Yoichi Takebayashi: Integration of understanding and synthesis functions for multimedia interfaces, Multimedia interface design, (1992.1).
  • Y.Takebayashi, H.Tsuboi, H.Kanazawa: A robust speech recognition system using word-spotting, with noise immunity learning IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP ’91, pp.905-908 (1991.5).
  • K.Maeda, Y.Yamashita, Y.Takebayashi: Enhancement of human-computer interaction through the synthesis of nonverbal expressions, International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP ’90, pp.821-824 (1990).
  • H.Tsuboi, H.Kanazawa, Y.Takebayashi: An accelerator for high-speed spoken word-spotting and noise immunity learning, International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP’90, pp.273-276 (1990.11).
  • Hiroyuki Tsuboi, Yoichi Sadamoto, Yoichi Takebayashi: Continuous multiple similaryty method using stable and dynamic phonetic feature vectors for continuous speech recognition, The Jounal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.88, Issue S1, p.S102 (1990.11).
  • Yoichi Takebayashi: Speech recognition apparatus, The Jounal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.85, Issue 4, p.1812 (1989.04).
  • Isamu Iwai, Miwako Doi, Koji Yamaguchi, Mika Fukui, Yoichi Takebayashi: A Document Layout System Using Automatic Document Architecture Extraction, Proceedings of the ACM CHI 89 Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference pp. 369-374 (1989.3).
  • Y.Takebayashi: A consideration of learning in speech recognition from the viewpoint of AI class-description learning, The 21st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, pp.705-714 (1988).
  • H.Tsuboi, Y.Takebayashi, H.Matsu’ura, T.Nitta, S.Hirai: Speaker-adaptive connected syllable recognition based on multiple similarity method, IEEE-IECEJ-ASJ International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP ’86, pp.2655-2658 (1986).
  • Y.Takebayashi, H.Shinoda, H.Asada, T.Nitta, S.Hirai, S.Watanabe: Telephone speech recognition using a hybrid method, 7th International Joint Conference on Pattern Recognition, pp.1232-1235 (1984).
  • Y.Kido, M.Ishigame, Y.Takebayashi: On the estimation of transfer function having reverberation and/or delay, Inter-Noise 76 Proceedings, pp.133-136 (1976).