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  • [Paper] Measurement of advertisement effect based on multimodal emotional responses considering personality

    Masui Kenta , Okada Genki , Tsumura Norimichi

    … <p>The market size of online video advertising is expanding rapidly along with the spread of smartphones and social media. … In this study, we estimate advertising effectiveness in the natural environment using online data collection and the remote measurement of webcam facial expressions and physiological responses. …

    ITE Transactions on Media Technology and Applications 8(1), 49-59, 2020

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  • Identification of Transportation Mode and Transit Behaviour from Mobile CDRs Data: A Case of Yangon City

    KYAING , KO KO LWIN , SEKIMOTO Yoshihide

    … Travel speeds of each transportation mode were predefined based on Global Positioning System (GPS) probe data from ground truth data collection. … When the speed is within the predefined range, the traveler is using a specific transportation mode. … The results were validated by Person Trip Surveyfor Comprehensive Urban Transport Plan of the Greater Yangon. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 13(0), 841-860, 2019

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  • Survey Methods Based on Probability Sampling: Prospects for Shifting: Prospects for Shifting to Web Surveys:Report from ESRA (European Survey Research Association) Conference  [in Japanese]

    Hagihara Junji

    … Among them, this article focuses on the latest cases of European countries that attempt to shift their survey methods based on probability sampling from conventional ones such as face-to-face interview survey to web surveys. … First, the paper reports the case of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) of the United Kingdom. …

    The NHK Monthly Report on Broadcast Research 69(12), 74-82, 2019

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  • A Study on Application of Deep Learning to Emotion Recognition by Single Electrode EEG  [in Japanese]

    Luyang Zhang , Tomohiro Yoshikawa

    … <p>With the development of Human-Machine Interaction technology, Human Computer Interaction (HCI) becomes a new research field. … As a crucial part of the HCI research framework, in order to develop friendly and natural human-machine interface, EEG-based emotion recognition which aims to automatically discriminate different emotional states by using physiological signals acquired from human will be effective. …

    Proceedings of the Fuzzy System Symposium 35(0), 96-99, 2019

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  • A Reliable Wireless Networking Protocol in Vital Data Collection System for a Large Group of Exercisers  [in Japanese]

    小倉 裕史 , 濱上 卓磨 , 蔡 凱 , 田窪 朋仁 , 原 晋介

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 = IEICE technical report : 信学技報 118(53), 91-95, 2018-05-24

  • Examining "Web Public Opinion Survey" Based on Random Sampling from the Basic Resident Register [Part I]  [in Japanese]

    Hagihara Junji , Murata Hiroko , Yoshifuji Masayo , Hirokawa Yu

    … With low response rates posing a challenge to public opinion surveys, the NHK Broadcasting Culture Research Institute is examining the potential of "Web Public Opinion Survey" (hereinafter "web method")—a method collecting responses online from respondents randomly selected from the Basic Resident Register after sending advance letters by post. …

    The NHK Monthly Report on Broadcast Research 68(6), 24-47, 2018

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  • Job satisfaction associated with physical fitness among caring staff in elderly care facilities  [in Japanese]

    蛭田 秀一 , 金森 史枝 , HIRUTA Shuichi , KANAMORI Nobue

    … Objectives: The purpose of this study is to examine relationship between job satisfaction and physical fitness among caring staff in elderly care facilities. … Methods: Questionnaires were delivered to the caring staff of 5 elderly care facilities, where measurement of grip strength was made. … After data collection, information about job satisfaction and physical fitness were analyzed among 118 workers (27 males and 91 females). …

    総合保健体育科学 41(1), 15-22, 2018

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  • The Influence of Rainfall on Mode Choice and Departure Time of Commuters: The Case of Ortigas CBD Workers

    SUNGA Abigail , DIAZ Crispin Emmanuel , NAPALANG Ma. Sheilah

    … This paper presents an analysis of how rainfall intensity influences the mode choice and departure time of CBD work-to-home commuters in Metro Manila, Philippines. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 12(0), 771-783, 2017

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  • D3-1 Content Validity of Online Self-report Questionnaire on Computer Work Related Exposure (OSCWE)

    Siriworakunsuk Kanruethai , Mekhora Keerin , Jalayondeja Chutima , Bhuanantanondh Petcharatana

    … <p>Working on a computer for four to six hours a day can lead to high incidences of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs). … Several factors of WMSDs including personal, work characteristics, work environment and stress. … Most tools need experienced investigators to perform data collection and they have not covered risk factors. …

    The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics 53(Supplement2), S426-S429, 2017

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  • The Impact of Attitudes and Perceptions on High Speed Rail Usage Uptake in Taiwan and the Shanghai Area

    LI Yeun-Touh , SCHMÖCKER Jan-Dirk , ZHANG Dong

    … On the other side of the strait, Taiwan High Speed Rail was inaugurated in January 2007. … The newly introduced travel mode has over time significantly changed the travel patterns in these areas. … Multinomial Logit model (MNL) is then employed to estimate parameters influencing HSR usage among different groups of travelers. … A number of reasons to start using HSR are discussed and found to have different impacts on perceptions towards HSR among all travelers and regions. …

    Asian Transport Studies 4(3), 601-620, 2017

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  • Awareness, perceptions and beliefs about physiotherapy held by physicians working in Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional study

    Al-Eisa Einas S. , Al-Hoqail Hind , Al-Rushud Asma S. , Al-Harthi Azhar , Al-Mass Banan , Al-Harbi Bashayer M. , Al-Azzaz Sara , Alghadir Ahmad H. , Iqbal Zaheen A.

    … <p>[Purpose] Over the years physiotherapy has been recognized as a popular mode of treatment that decreases the disability and dependency rate of patients. … If a physician were well aware of how a physical therapist could help with treatment if patients and prevent complications, hospital patient load could be decreased to a greater extent. …

    Journal of Physical Therapy Science 28(12), 3435-3439, 2016

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  • New occurrence of Ni-rich horomanite from the Kouyama gabbro, Hagi city, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan  [in Japanese]

    KITAKAZE Arashi , KOMATSU Ryuichi

    … Ni-rich horomanite is found from the chalcopyrite-bearing (1.0-1.5 mode%) layer in the Kouyama gabbroic body, Hagi city, Yamaguchi Prefecture, western Japan and as second occurrence in the world.<br> …  Analytical data for horomanite obtained by EPMA are Cu: 0.56-2.19, Fe: 23.01-25.32, Ni: 37.45-41.35, Co: 1.56-4.03 and S: 32.85-33.32 wt%. … The atomic ratio of (Cu + Fe + Ni + Co): S correlates well with ideal formula of 9:8 for horomanite. …

    Japanese Magazine of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences 45(5), 133-137, 2016

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  • The Actuality, Problem and Possibility of Research-Based Active Learning  [in Japanese]

    本田 由紀

    … This paper aims at examining the actuality, problem and possibility of research-based active learning (RBAL) using the data from four questionnaire surveys. …

    東京大学大学院教育学研究科紀要 56, 245-262, 2016

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  • Mode Effect in Computer-Assisted Survey::Comparative Analyses of PAPI to CAPI and CAPI to CASI  [in Japanese]

    KAERIYAMA Aki , KOBAYASHI Daisuke , HIRASAWA Kazushi

    … The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of the survey mode on survey results. … To this end, we used survey data from an experimental design where probability samples were randomly assigned to three modes, PAPI, CAPI and CASI. … We used t-tests to compare the means of attitudes and behaviors of PAPI to CAPI and CAPI to CASI. …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 30(2), 273-292, 2015

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  • Some Problems to be Solved in Comparative Study of Survey Modes  [in Japanese]

    SUGINO Isamu , TAWARA Kimi , TODOROKI Makoto

    … This paper examines the methodological issues of social surveys by investigating the ICT aided survey methodology focusing on the survey modes and showing our experimental survey. … Then we describe the design of our experimental survey for mode-comparison: randomly assigning a probability sample to CAPI, PAPI, CASI, using almost same questionnaire. …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 30(2), 253-272, 2015

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  • A Review of Survey Data-Collection Modes::With a Focus on Computerizations

    SMITH Tom W. , Kim Jibum

    … Because different modes have different error structures, it is very important to understand the advantages and disadvantages associated with each mode. … In particular, there has been increases in the use of computers in data collection, self-administration, and mixed-mode designs. … The implications of these and future changes are considered. …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 30(2), 185-200, 2015

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  • The Impact of Interviewers on Subjective Status Identification::A Comparison of Face-to-Face Interviewing and Mail Survey  [in Japanese]

    KOBAYASHI Daisuke

    … In this paper, I demonstrate that the mode of data collection affects the response to questions about "subjective status identification" by comparing two surveys that were conducted in the same year, with the same questions about "subjective status identification," but with different modes of data collection. …

    Japanese Sociological Review 66(1), 19-38, 2015

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  • Tempo and mode of genomic mutations unveil human evolutionary history

    Hara Yuichiro

    … Mutations that have occurred in human genomes provide insight into various aspects of evolutionary history such as speciation events and degrees of natural selection. …

    Genes & Genetic Systems 90(3), 123-131, 2015

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  • Invited Talk : Adaptive MAC Mechanisms for Wireless Sensor Networks  [in Japanese]

    MORI Kazuo

    … The WSNs require low power operation due to the limited buttery drive, as well as high data collection performance. … The duty cycle operation and clustering techniques are one of the promising approaches to achieve these requirements. … In this report, the adaptive MAC mechanisms for dealing with these network fluctuations are introduced for cluster based WSNs employing IEEE802.15.4 beacon mode. …

    Technical report of IEICE. RCS 114(372), 123-128, 2014-12-18

  • Invited Talk : Adaptive MAC Mechanisms for Wireless Sensor Networks  [in Japanese]

    MORI Kazuo

    … The WSNs require low power operation due to the limited buttery drive, as well as high data collection performance. … The duty cycle operation and clustering techniques are one of the promising approaches to achieve these requirements. … In this report, the adaptive MAC mechanisms for dealing with these network fluctuations are introduced for cluster based WSNs employing IEEE802.15.4 beacon mode. …

    IEICE technical report 114(371), 51-56, 2014-12-18

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