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情報科学領域 / Division of Information Science

情報科学領域 / Division of Information Science

 

Recent Submissions

  • Alexander, Plopski; Ada V, Taylor; Elizabeth, Jeanne Carter; Henny, Admoni (2019-10-14)
    When controlling robots, users often face the issue of an operating area that is occluded by an element in the environment or the robot’s body. To gain an unobstructed view of the scene, users have to either adjust the ...
  • Silviya, Hasana; Fujimoto, Yuichiro; Plopski, Alexander; Kanbara, Masayuki; Kato, Hirokazu (IEEE, 2019-10-14)
    Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) is often characterized by the inability to distinguish color due to a defective or missing cone in the eye. Although it is possible to modify the observed color to make it easier for users ...
  • Mizouchi, Tsuyoshi; Shimari, Kazumasa; Ishio, Takashi; Inoue, Katsuro (IEEE, 2019-05-25)
    Logging is an important feature for a software system to record its run-time information. Although detailed logs are helpful to identify the cause of a failure in a program execution, constantly recording detailed logs of ...
  • Shimari, Kazumasa; Ishio, Takashi; Kanda, Tetsuya; Inoue, Katsuro (IEEE, 2019-10-02)
    Abstract—Logging is an important feature for a software system to record its run-time information. Detailed logging allows developers to collect information in situations where they cannot use an interactive debugger, ...
  • Hata, Hideaki; Christoph, Treude; Raula, Gaikovina Kula; Ishio, Takashi (IEEE Press Piscataway, NJ, USA ©2019, 2019-05-25)
    Links are an essential feature of the World Wide Web, and source code repositories are no exception. However, despite their many undisputed benefits, links can suffer from decay, insufficient versioning, and lack of ...
  • Nicko, R. Caluya; Alexander, Plopski; Jayzon, F. Ty; 武富, 貴史; 加藤, 博一; Christian, Sandor (IEEE, 2018-08-30)
    Work space simulations help trainees acquire skills necessary to perform their tasks efficiently without disrupting the workflow, forgetting important steps during a procedure, or the location of important information. ...
  • Alexander, Plopski; Mori, Ryosuke; 武富, 貴史; Christian, Sandor; 加藤, 博一 (Springer, Cham, 2018-06-02)
    With age, changes to the human nervous system lead to a decrease in control accuracy of extremities. Especially, reduced control over the fingers gravely affects a person’s quality of life and self-reliance. It is possible ...
  • Alexander, Plopski; Varunyu, Fuvattanasilp; Jarkko, Poldi; 武富, 貴史; Christian, Sandor; 加藤, 博一 (IEEE, 2018-08-09)
    With increasing complexity of system maintenance there is an increased need for efficient tutorials that support easy understanding of the individual steps and efficient visualization at the operation site. This can be ...
  • 秋山, 諒; 山本, 豪志朗; 武富 貴史; Alexander, Plopski; Amano, Toshiyuki; Christian, Sandor; 加藤, 博一 (IEEE, 2018-08-30)
    Using projection mapping, we can control the appearance of realworld objects by projecting colored light onto them. Because a projector can only add illumination to the scene, only a limited color gamut can be presented ...
  • Ueda, Yuki; Ihara, Akinori; Ishio, Takashi; Matsumoto, Kenichi (IEEE, 2018)
    Code review is key to ensuring the absence of potential issues in source code. Code review is changing from a costly manual check by reviewer to a cost-efficient automatic check by coding style checkers. So that patch ...
  • Okada, Joji; Ishio, Takashi; Sakata, Yuji; Inoue, Katsuro (IEEE, 2019)
    Legacy systems are important in business but difficult to maintain. One of the causes of the difficulties is a large number of code clones in the systems; Those clones implement similar functionalities using common loop ...
  • Ueda, Yuki; Ishio, Takashi; Ihara, Akinori; Matsumoto, Kenichi (IEEE, 2019)
    Code review is key to ensuring the absence of potential issues in source code. Code reviewers spend a large amount of time to manually check submitted patches based on their knowledge. Since a number of patches sometimes ...
  • Terai, Genki; Arai, Ismail; Fujikawa, Kazutoshi (MobiCASE STUDENT WORKSHOP (MCSW2018), 2018-12-28)
    Fingerprinting requires sensor data map to estimate a user’s location by comparing the map with sensor data of the user’s device. Although it is assumed that the sensor data does not change, it is considered that the premise ...
  • Nakashima, Hayato; Arai, Ismail; Fujikawa, Kazutoshi (MobiCASE STUDENT WORKSHOP (MCSW2018), 2018-12-28)
    In this paper, we investigated the method of counting the number of people getting on/off the bus. As a result, there are currently research and products that estimate the number of people getting on/off using dedicated ...
  • Abdul Ghani, Abdul Rahman; Koganti, Nishanth; Solano, Alfredo; Iwasawa, Yusuke; Nakayama, Kotaro; Matsuo, Yutaka (ICLR 2018, 2018)
    Human vision is capable of focusing on subtle visual cues at high resolution by relying on a foveal view coupled with an attention mechanism. Recently, there have been several studies that proposed deep reinforcement ...
  • Koganti, Nishanth; Abdul Ghani, Abdul Rahman; Iwasawa, Yusuke; Nakayama, Kotaro; Matsuo, Yutaka (ACM, 2018)
    Learning from Demonstration (LfD) is a paradigm where humans demonstrate the procedure to perform complex tasks which can be used to train autonomous agents. However, the performance of LfD is highly sensitive to the quality ...