国際会議発表論文 / Proceedings: Recent submissions

  • Shirai, Kosuke; Higashino, Takeshi; Okada, Minoru (IEEE, 2019-11-21)
    n recent years, a wireless system using LCX (Leaky CoXial cable) antenna has been studied as a method of locating a wireless terminal in indoor. As typical method, the IFFT (Inverse Fast Fourier Transform) of the channel ...
  • 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 ...
  • Caluya, Nicko; Plopski, Alexander; Ty, Jayzon; Sandor, Christian; Taketomi, Takafumi; Kato, Hirokazu (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 ...
  • Qirui, Zhang; 武富, 貴史; Alexander, Plopski; Christian, Sandor; 加藤 博一 (2017-07-02)
  • Toshiyuki Amano,Hirokazu Kato (Springer, 2009-07)
    In this paper we describe about use of the projector camera feedback system for shape disparity check of the textured object. Using the negative feedback in the proposed system, we realized real time shape disparity ...
  • Goshiro Yamamoto, Ichiroh Kanaya,Keiko Yamamoto, Yuki Uranishi,Hirokazu Kato (IEEE, 2011-10)
    Computer-aided design (CAD) system conventionally have been widely used to support designers for creating, modifying, adding something to or removing something from objects by showing simulated objects on computer screen. ...
  • Yuichiro Fujimoto,Goshiro Yamamoto,Takafumi Taketomi,Jun Miyazaki,Hirokazu Kato (IEEE, 2012-11)
    The objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between the features of augmented reality (AR) and human memorization ability. The basis of this relation is derived from the following features. The AR feature ...
  • Takafumi Taketomi,Janne Heikkila (IEEE, 2015-3)
    SLAM algorithms are widely used in augmented reality applications for registering virtual objects. Most SLAM algorithms estimate camera poses and 3D positions of feature points using known intrinsic camera parameters that ...
  • Makoto Fujisawa,Hirokazu Kato
    This paper presents a fast simulation method for turbulent flow which uses a particle method and wavelet analysis. To simulate fluid flow, the method uses smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH), which discretizes the fluid ...
  • Takafumi Taketomi,Angie Chen,Goshiro Yamamoto,Hirokazu Kato (Springer, 2014-06)
    An augmented reality (AR) technology enables to show an additional information by superimposing virtual objects onto the real world. The AR technology is gradually used in the learning environment for observing unseeable ...
  • Marina Atsumi Oikawa,Takafumi Taketomi,Goshiro Yamamoto,Makoto Fujisawa,Toshiyuki Amano,Jun Miyazaki,Hirokazu Kato (IEEE, 2012-5)
    This paper addresses the problem of tracking textureless rigid curved objects. A common approach uses polygonal meshes to represent curved objects and use them inside an edge-based tracking system. However, in order to ...
  • Makoto Fujisawa,Hirokazu Kato (Springer, 2009-7)
    This paper presents an interactive fluid simulation system using augmented reality interface. The presented system uses Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics to simulate the behavior of liquid and adopts a particle-particle ...
  • Yuichiro Fujimoto,Jun Miyazaki,Takafumi Taketomi,Hirokazu Kato,Bruce H. Thomas,Goshiro Yamamoto,Ross T. Smith (IEEE, 2014-3)
    We demonstrate the geometrically-correct projection-based texture mapping onto a deformable object like a cloth. This system can be used to simulate design that involves change in shape, such as sheets of malleable material. ...

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