IIAI AAI 2021-Winter Program

Each presenter have totally 20 minutes for the presentation and Q&A. 
All presentations are done with zoom. 

December 17 (Fri)

  • 2:00PM-2:30PM (JST) Opening Ceremony

Opening Address: Yuichi Ono (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Welcome Address: Kunihiko Takamatsu (Kobe Tokiwa University, Japan)

  • 2:30PM-3:30PM (JST) Keynote Adress 1

Kiyota Hashimoto, Ph.D., Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

  • 3:30PM-4:00PM (JST) Break
  • 4:00PM-6:00PM (JST) Institutional Research

Session Co-Chairs: Nobuhiko Kondo (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan) and Kunihiko Takamatsu (Kobe Tokiwa University, Japan)

A Comparative Study on the Japanese-Chinese preferences for Nursing Care    ——Utilization of Statistical Data Analysis—— (Zihan Zhang, Chieko Kato and Koichiro Aoki)
Study on Environmental Impact Evaluation of Ecotoxicity (Yohei Hara, Hiroyuki Ono and Yutaka Shirai)
Implementing Program-Level Learning Outcomes in Japanese Higher Education: Insights from Quality Assurance Approaches Adopted by the United Kingdom (Satoshi Ozeki, Toru Hayashi, Patrick Shorb, Maureen McLaughlin and Christopher Hughes)
A Preliminary Study on the Medium-term Plan of Public Universities Transferred from Private Universities (Soichiro Aihara, Toru Sugihara, Kahori Ogashiwa, Kumiko Kanekawa, Masao Mori and Sachio Hirokawa)
What can be learned from university students’ video watching behavior during the COVID-19 pandemics: a case study in a medium-sized Japanese university (Igor de Almeida, Akira Harada, Shin’ichi Tochio and Nobuhiro Motoki)
A Study on creativity of the manufacturing industry according to types of industry (Yohei Hara and Hiroyuki Ono)

December 18 (Sat): Technical Sessions

  • 10:00AM-12:00PM (JST) Learning Technologies

Session Chair: Yuichi Ono (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Implementation of an Automated Grading System for Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets and Word Documents (Kazunori Iwata and Yoshimitsu Matsui)
On the interplay between  vocal production effect and learning content types   in e-learning settings (Kazuma Ohta, Zeynep Yucel, Parisa Supitayakul, Akito Monden and Pattara Leelaprute)
Drawing as reflection strategy for immersive virtual reality learning to enhance students’ science outcome (Ting-Yu Hsu and Ming-Puu Chen)
Case Studies of DRR (Disaster Risk Reduction) Delivery Lessons Using ICT in Elementary School Classroom in Japan – Lessons from COVID-19 to Future Practices (Mari Yasuda, Ryo Saito, Tatsuya Horita and Toshiaki Muramoto)
An AI Virtual Teaching Assistant with Smart Search and Feedback (Chi Keung Cheung, Hing Hung Anthony Chan, Kin Kei Tsang and Ho Hin Chan)
  • 1:00PM-2:00PM (JST) Keynote Address 2

Chengjiu Yin, Ph.D., Kobe University, Japan

  • 2:00PM-2:30PM (JST) Break
  • 2:30-5:00 (JST) AI, Knowledge and Services 1

Session Chair: Katsuhide Fujita (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)

Exploring the limits of an RBSC-based approach in solving the subset selection problem (Kohei Furuya, Zeynep Yucel, Parisa Supitayakul, Akito Monden and Pattara Leelaprute)
Make Simulatable 3D Cable Model from Single RGB Image (Fan Zheming, Hayashi Toyohiro and Ohashi Takeshi)
Forced Selective Information Reduction for Interpreting Multi-Layered Neural Networks (Ryotaro Kamimura and Ryozo Kitajima)
Automatic extractive summarization for Japanese documents by LDA (Hideyuki Sawahata and Tetsuro Nishino)
Reliable Night Bear and Boar Detection Based on Training with Pseudo Infrared Images (Keigo Fusaka, Yoichi Tomioka, Hiroshi Saito and Yukihide Kohira)
Detection of Bottleneck in Manufacturing Supply Chain using Specific KPI (Yoshiatsu Kawabata, Yuta Hosokawa and Katsuhide Fujita)

December 19 (Sun): Technical Sessions

  • 10:00AM-12:00PM (JST) AI, Knowledge and Services 2

Session Chair: Satoshi Takahashi (University of Electro-Communications, Japan)

User Ontology for Intelligent Decision Support Based on User Digital Life (Alexander Smirnov and Tatiana Levashova)
A Method for Estimating Emotions Using HRV for Vital Data and Its Application to Self-mental care management system (Koharu Sano, Keiko Ojima, Tagiru Nakamura, Ryotaro Okada and Takafumi Nakanishi)
Extraction of Choreography for Service robots from an Ningyo Joruri Acting’s script by associative model (Masahiko Narita)
Sarcasm Detection with External Entity Information (Xu Xufei and Shimada Kazutaka)
Airborne Navigation By Geomagnetic Field Data Based on Long-term and Short-term Memory Network (Xin Peng, Weibao Zou, Yibo Wei, Xindi Liu and Feng Xiao)
Adaptive Step Size for a Consensus based Distributed Subgradient Method in Generalized Mutual Assignment Problem (Yuki Amemiya, Kenta Hanada and Kenji Sugimoto)
  • 1:00PM-3:40PM (JST) AI, Knowledge and Services 3

Session Chair: Sachio Hirokawa (Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology / Kyushu University, Japan)

Realization of Discovery for Burst Topic Transition Using the Topic Change Point Detection Method for Time-Series Text Data (Yuta Ishii, Aiha Ikegami and Takafumi Nakanishi)
Applying Business Ecosystem Analysis Methods into Edge Computing Device Business for E-Solutions (Koji Sekiguchi and Koji Okada)
Rehabilitation Layout Planning for Elderly Daytime Care Service for Total Flow of Staffs and Remoteness of Equipment (Koki Karube, Hiromasa Ijuin, Masato Takanokura, Munenori Kakehi and Tetsuo Yamada)
Issues in Introduction of Concept of Employee Engagement in Japanese Companies (Morihiko Ikemizu, Takaaki Hosoda and Tokuro Matsuo)
Blackbox Testing on the ReVAMP Results  of The DutaTani Agricultural Information System (Lukas Chrisantyo, Argo Wibowo, Maria Nila Anggiarini and Antonius Rachmat Chrismanto)
Using Label Information in a Genetic Programming Based Method for Acquiring Tag Tree Patterns with Vertex Labels and Wildcards (Shunsuke Yokoyama, Tetsuhiro Miyahara, Yusuke Suzuki, Tomoyuki Uchida and Tetsuji Kuboyama)
Research on an international comparison of risk perception (Hidekazu Iwamoto, Tokuro Matsuo, Takaaki Hosoda and Hiroyuki Maruyama)
A Possibilistic Fuzzy Approach for Novelty Detection with Automatically Adjusted Number of Clusters (Shakhnaz Akhmedova, Vladimir Stanovov, Eugene Semenkin and Sophia Vishnevskaya)
  • 3:40PM-4:00PM (JST) Conference Adjournment