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TAKANASHI Katsuya
 
Organization
Faculty of Human Cultures
Department
School of Human Cultures Department of Human Relations Studies
Title
Professor
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Education

  • Kyoto University   Graduate School, Division of Human and Environmental Studies

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    Course completed: Doctor's Course

    Country: Japan

  • Kyoto University   Faculty of Literature

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    Country: Japan

Degree

  • 博士(情報学) ( 2014.3   京都大学 )

Research Field

  • コミュニケーション科学,身体動作学

Research Experience

  • The University of Shiga Prefecture   School of Human Cultures Human Relations Cpurse   Professor

    2020.4

Association Memberships

  • 社会言語科学会

  • 地域社会学会

  • 組織学会

  • 日本生態心理学会

  • 日本質的心理学会

  • 人工知能学会

  • 日本認知科学会

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Research Areas

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Cognitive science

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Linguistics

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Sociology  / 相互行為分析

  • Informatics / Intelligent informatics

Committee Memberships

  •   人工知能学会市民共創知研究会専門委員  

    2022.4   

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  •   第20回日本認知科学会間合い研究分科会特集「アフォーダンスと間合い」企画責任者  

    2022.2   

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  •   日本質的心理学会第18回大会質的心理学フォーラム委員会企画シンポジウム「「つながりの実感」を考える」企画責任者  

    2021.10   

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  •   社会言語科学会第3回シンポジウム「リフレクティブな共在の仕方」企画責任者  

    2021.9   

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  •   社会言語科学会理事  

    2021.4 - 2025.3   

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  •   社会言語科学会事業委員会委員長  

    2021.4 - 2023.3   

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  •   日本質的心理学会査読委員  

    2020.4   

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  •   電子情報通信学会ヴァーバル・ノンヴァーバル・コミュニケーション研究会運営委員  

    2020.4   

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  •   日本語用論学会運営委員  

    2020.4   

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  •   日本質的心理学会「質的心理学フォーラム」編集委員  

    2019.4   

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  •   日本認知科学会研究分科会「間合い―時空間インタラクション」幹事  

    2014.5   

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Available Technology

  • 日常生活場面でのコミュニケーションと身体動作

Papers

  • 山間地域における移動販売のコミュニケーション分析─地域コミュニケーション学に向けて─

    高梨克也,丸山真央,相川陽一

    人間文化   54   38 - 51   2023.3

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  • 生態学的相互行為分析から見た「私の経験」 Invited

    高梨克也

    人工知能学会誌   37 ( 6 )   735 - 742   2022.11

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  • Field Interaction Analysis: A Second-Person Viewpoint Approach to Maai

    Katsuya Takanashi, Yasuharu Den

    New Generation Computing   37 ( 3 )   263 - 283   2019.9

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    In this article, we investigate a second-person viewpoint approach to an interactive phenomenon called maai, in which interactants’ own perception and sense of relation to each other are central. In the basic ideas of conversation analysis (CA), one of the powerful methodologies for the second-person viewpoint approach to social interaction, it is paramount that analysts can descriptively trace participants’ orientation to events in progress with reference to sequentiality and simultaneity between actions in interaction. If we focus on detailed practices proper to a field, however, it becomes crucial to seriously consider the “on-line, prospective understanding of ongoing interaction by analysts themselves.” We propose a new framework, field interaction analysis, that expands or complements the basic ideas of CA, putting emphasis on the understanding of participants’ activities, the membership categories relevant to them, and the material environments they are in. On the basis of this new idea, we illustrate two case studies, demonstrating how maai between participants engaged in collaborative activities is manifested in the temporal order of bodily actions and spatial configuration of participants’ bodies in ways characteristic to a particular field.

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  • Field interaction analysis: A second-person viewpoint approach to Maai Invited Reviewed International journal

    Katsuya Takanashi, Yasuharu Den

    New Generation Computing   37   263 - 283   2019.7

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  • 多職種チームにおける協働のための工夫と困難―日本科学未来館展示制作チームのフィールド調査から Invited Reviewed

    高梨克也

    質的心理学フォーラム   9   45 - 53   2017.9

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  • 多職種チームにおける協働のための工夫と困難―日本科学未来館展示制作チームのフィールド調査から Invited Reviewed

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    質的心理学フォーラム   9   45 - 53   2017.9

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  • Communication Analysis of a Simulated Tele-auscultation Experiment Reviewed

    堀謙太, 高梨克也, 内藤知佐子, 黒田知宏

    医療情報学   35 ( 6 )   297 - 304   2016

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    Practical design of ICT systems and workflow of real time telemedicine requires understanding of communication processes in telemedicine. This study reports the first trial of communication analysis in a simulated tele-auscultation experiment as the primary study for communication analysis in telemedicine. In the experiment, a remote doctor instructs a helper with no auscultation skills to put a chest piece of a stethoscope on a target point by using a vision-based tele-navigation system. An auscultation trainer is used as a client to simulate lung diseases. Communication between the remote doctor and the helper is analyzed with survey of questionnaire and interview to the subjects, and observation of multi angle videos such as the views in the tele-auscultation support system and the external appearance of the experiment. The results show basic knowledge of tele-auscultation communication analysis such as multimodal and multichannel interactional patterns of remote stethoscope navigation.

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  • 対話における発話意図の認定をめぐる問題-話し手が「伝える」ことと聞き手に「伝わる」こと- Invited

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    日本音響学会誌   71 ( 9 )   468 - 475   2015.9

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  • 懸念を表明する:多職種ミーティングにおける野生の協同問題解決のための相互行為手続 Reviewed

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    認知科学   22 ( 1 )   84 - 96   2015.3

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  • Gestures that Create an Environment to be Coupled with: Case Study of a Project Team Constructing an Installation for a Science Museum Reviewed

    Hiramoto Takeshi, Takanashi Katsuya

    Cognitive Studies   22 ( 4 )   557 - 572   2015

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    This study examines the properties of gestures that serve to convey an image of the<br>speaker. The gesture observed can be perceived as a sub-type of gestures that linguistic<br>anthropologist Charles Goodwin termed "environmentally coupled gestures" in that the<br> meaning of the gesture is determined not by its semiotic property but by the mutual<br>elaboration of the gesture and other semiotic resources such as artifacts, utterance, and<br>gaze. A conversation analysis was conducted based on data collected during interaction<br>among members of a project team constructing an installation for a science museum.<br>The results show that team members recurrently re-do gestures that convey the image<br>of the speaker along with another gesture constructed to be coupled with the original<br>gesture.

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  • リハビリテーション病院におけるリエゾンカンファレンスの分析と別室視聴環境の効果 Reviewed

    高梨克也,岡本雅史,榎本美香,山川百合子

    均衡生活学   10 ( 1 )   13 - 23   2014

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  • 三者会話の調査・分析法 Invited

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    日本語学   2013 ( 1 )   58 - 69   2013.1

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  • Designing a future space in real spaces: Transformation of heterogeneous representations of a“not yet existing” object Reviewed International journal

    Katsuya Takanashi, Takeshi Hiramoto

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science   7258   277 - 290   2012.7

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  • 双方向コミュニケーションでは誰が誰に話すのか?-サイエンスカフェにおける科学者のコミュニケーションスキルのビデオ分析- Reviewed

    高梨克也,加納圭,水町衣里,元木環

    科学技術コミュニケーション   11   3 - 17   2012.7

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  • Who Speaks to Whom in Bidirectional Communication? : A Micro-Analysis of Scientists' Communication Skills in Science Cafe Reviewed

    Takanashi Katsuya, Kano Kei, Mizumachi Eri, Motoki Tamaki

    Japanese Journal of Science Communication   ( 11 )   3 - 17   2012.6

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  • Designing a future space in real spaces: Transforming the heterogeneous representations of a "not yet existing" object

    Katsuya Takanashi, Takeshi Hiramoto

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)   7258 LNAI   277 - 290   2012

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    Based on ethnography in a scientific museum, this article analyzes a single case of successive group problem-solving interactions for designing an exhibition as a future space. In the process of multimodal interaction in multiple spaces, heterogeneous resources in real spaces became representations of objects not yet existing and were continuously transformed with reference to a framework for collaborative problem-solving. © 2012 Springer-Verlag.

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  • 複数の焦点のある相互行為場面における活動の割り込みの分析 Invited Reviewed

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    社会言語科学   14 ( 1 )   48 - 60   2011.9

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  • サッカーにおける身体の観察可能性の調整と利用の微視的分析 Invited

    高梨克也,関根和生

    認知科学   17 ( 1 )   236 - 240   2010.3

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  • インタラクションの境界と接続 -サル・人・会話研究から Reviewed

    木村大治, 中村美知夫, 高梨克也

    445pp. 昭和堂   2010

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  • 特集「聞き手行動から見たコミュニケーション」の編集にあたって

    高梨克也,榎本美香

    認知科学   16 ( 1 )   5 - 11   2009.3

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  • 会話構造理解のための分析単位―参与構造―

    高梨克也

    人工知能学会誌   23 ( 4 )   538 - 544   2008.7

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  • Units of Analysis for Understanding Conversational Structure : Participation Structure(<Commentary Series>Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction(6))

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   23 ( 4 )   538 - 544   2008

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  • Detection of assessment patterns in ordinary triadic conversation Reviewed International journal

    Katsuya Takanashi, Eiki Fujimoto, Yasuyuki Kono, Kazuhiro Takeuchi, Hitoshi Isahara

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science   4012   389 - 400   2006

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  • Detection of assessment patterns in ordinary triadic conversation

    Katsuya Takanashi, Eiki Fujimoto, Yasuyuki Kono, Kazuhiro Takeuchi, Hitoshi Isahara

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)   4012 LNAI   389 - 400   2006

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    Recent interests in conversation in the field of artificial intelligence have expanded beyond the development of particular task-oriented dialogue systems toward technologies for supporting human-human communication in various circumstances. Within such communication supportive approaches, the importance of the analysis of multi-party conversation has increasingly been recognized. In accordance with these orientations, this article outlines a three-party conversation corpus built by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, and introduces three preliminary analyses of it that will contribute to the development of Conversational Informatics: The characteriscits of turn-taking procedure in three-person conversation; assessment sequential patterns that appeared in the data; and shared knowledge and interpersonal relationships between participants observable from the assessment sequences in triadic conversation. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006.

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  • 社会的相互行為を「見る」方法 Invited

    高梨克也

    人工知能学会誌   16 ( 6 )   799 - 805   2001.11

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  • Observing Social Interaction through Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis(Special Issue:Social Interaction)

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   16 ( 6 )   799 - 805   2001

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  • 発話理解の推論モデルにとって発話行為論とは何か Reviewed

    高梨克也

    語用論研究   1   48 - 60   1999.12

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  • The Multi-Level Analysis of Linguistic Coherence : Toward an Explication of Interdependency of the 'Natural Flow' of Conversation and Thinking

    3 ( 3 )   73 - 104   1999.3

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  • 発話理解の推論モデルにとって発話行為論とは何か

    高梨 克也

    語用論研究   ( 1 )   59 - 73   1999

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  • 相互行為中の身体動作を対象としたマルチモーダル連鎖分析から身体記号学へ

    高梨克也,坂井田瑠衣,安井永子,山本敦,榎本剛士,片岡邦好,古山宣洋

    社会言語科学会第48回研究大会発表論文集   48   391 - 400   2024.3

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  • スーパーバイザーによる仮説形成的聞き取りの構造:古典的AIの遺産を踏まえつつ

    高梨克也

    人工知能学会研究会資料言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会SIG-SLUD   100   148 - 153   2024.2

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  • 相互行為分析を用いた地域高齢者の複層的調査に基づく地域コミュニケーション学の確立:その狙いと工夫

    高梨克也

    人工知能学会研究会資料言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会SIG-SLUD   098   13 - 18   2023.9

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  • つながりの再構築に向けて

    秋谷直矩,坂井志織,高梨克也

    質的心理学フォーラム   14   38 - 51   2022.10

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  • つながりの再構築に向けて

    坂井志織, 秋谷直矩, 高梨克也, 藤井真樹

    質的心理学フォーラム   14   2022.10

  • 「つながりの実感」を考える

    秋谷直矩,坂井志織,高梨克也

    質的心理学フォーラム   13   5 - 12   2021.10

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  • 討論:現象の記述と規範的コミットメント

    秋谷直矩,坂井志織,高梨克也

    質的心理学フォーラム   13   37 - 41   2021.10

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  • 現象の記述と規範的コミットメント Invited

    秋谷直矩, 坂井志織, 高梨克也

    質的心理学フォーラム   13   37 - 41   2021.10

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  • 「つながりの実感」を考える

    秋谷直矩, 坂井志織, 高梨克也

    質的心理学フォーラム   13   5 - 12   2021.10

  • アンドロイドERICAの傾聴対話システム-人間による傾聴との比較評価- Reviewed

    井上昂治,ララディベッシュ,山本賢太,中村静,高梨克也,河原達也

    人工知能学会論文誌   36 ( 5 )   2021.9

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  • An Attentive Listening System for Autonomous Android ERICA: Comparative Evaluation with Human Attentive Listeners Reviewed

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Kenta Yamamoto, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   36 ( 5 )   H - L51_1   2021.9

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  • An attentive listening system for autonomous android erica: Comparative evaluation with human attentive listeners Reviewed

    Inoue K., Lala D., Yamamoto K., Nakamura S., Takanashi K., Kawahara T.

    Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   36 ( 5 )   2021.1

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    An attentive listening system for autonomous android ERICA is presented. Our goal is to realize a human-like natural attentive listener for elderly people. The proposed system generates listener responses: backchannels, repeats, elaborating questions, assessments, and generic responses. The system incorporates speech processing using a microphone array and real-time dialogue processing including continuous backchannel prediction and turn-taking prediction. In this study, we conducted a dialogue experiment with elderly people. The system was compared with a WOZ system where a human operator played the listener role behind the robot. As a result, the system showed comparable scores in basic skills of attentive listening, such as easy to talk, seriously listening, focused on the talk, and actively listening. It was also found that there is still a gap between the system and the human (WOZ) for high-level attentive listening skills such as dialogue understanding, showing interest, and empathy towards the user.

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  • A Character Expression Model Affecting Spoken Dialogue Behaviors

    Kenta Yamamoto, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   704   3 - 13   2021

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    We address character (personality) expression for a spoken dialogue system in order to accommodate it in particular dialogue tasks and social roles. While conventional studies investigated controlling the linguistic expressions, we focus on spoken dialogue behaviors to express systems’ characters. Specifically, we investigate spoken dialogue behaviors such as utterance amount, backchannel frequency, filler frequency, and switching pause length in order to express three character traits: extroversion, emotional instability, and politeness. In this study, we evaluate this model with a natural spoken dialogue corpus. The results reveal that this model expresses reasonable characters according to the dialogue tasks and the participant roles. Furthermore, it is also shown that this model is able to express different characters among participants given the same role. A subjective experiment demonstrated that subjects could perceive the characters expressed by the model.

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  • A Job Interview Dialogue System with Autonomous Android ERICA

    Koji Inoue, Kohei Hara, Divesh Lala, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   714   291 - 297   2021

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    We demonstrate a job interview dialogue with the autonomous android ERICA which plays the role of an interviewer. Conventional job interview dialogue systems ask only pre-defined questions. The job interview system of ERICA generates follow-up questions based on the interviewee’s response on the fly. The follow-up questions consist of two kinds of approaches: selection-based and keyword-based. The first type question is based on selection from a pre-defined question set, which can be used in many cases. The second type of question is based on a keyword extracted from the interviewee’s response, which digs into the interviewee’s response dynamically. These follow-up questions contribute to realizing natural and trained dialogue.

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  • End-to-end Modeling for Selection of Utterance Constructional Units via System Internal States

    Koki Tanaka, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   714   15 - 27   2021

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    In order to make conversational agents or robots conduct human-like behaviors, it is important to design a model of the system internal states. In this paper, we address a model of favorable impression to the dialogue partner. The favorable impression is modeled to change according to user’s dialogue behaviors and also affect following dialogue behaviors of the system, specifically selection of utterance constructional units. For this modeling, we propose a hierarchical structure of logistic regression models. First, from the user’s dialogue behaviors, the model estimates the level of user’s favorable impression to the system and also the level of the user’s interest in the current topic. Then, based on the above results, the model predicts the system’s favorable impression to the user. Finally, the model determines selection of utterance constructional units in the next system turn. We train each of the logistic regression models individually with a small amount of annotated data of favorable impression. Afterward, the entire multi-layer network is fine-tuned with a larger amount of dialogue behavior data. An experimental result shows that the proposed method achieves higher accuracy on the selection of the utterance constructional units, compared with methods that do not take into account the system internal states.

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  • Response Generation to Out-of-Database Questions for Example-Based Dialogue Systems

    Sota Isonishi, Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   704   303 - 317   2021

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    Example-based dialogue systems are often used in practice because of their robustness and simple architecture. However, when these systems are given out-of-database questions that are not registered in the question-response database, they have to respond with a fixed backup response, which can make users disengaged in the dialogue. In this study, we address response generation for out-of-database questions to make users perceive that the system understands the question itself. We define question types observed in the speed-dating scenario which is based on open-domain dialogue. Then we define possible response frames for each question type. We propose a sequence-to-sequence model that directly generates an appropriate response frame from an input question sentence in an end-to-end manner. The proposed model also explicitly integrates a question type classification to take into account the question type of the out-of-database question. Experimental results show that integrating the question type classification improved the response generation, and could exactly match 69.2% of response frames provided by human annotators.

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  • Engagement-Based Adaptive Behaviors for Laboratory Guide in Human-Robot Dialogue

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Kenta Yamamoto, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   714   129 - 139   2021

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    We address an application of engagement recognition in human-robot dialogue. Engagement is defined as how much a user is interested in the current dialogue, and keeping users engaged is important for spoken dialogue systems. In this study, we apply a real-time engagement recognition model to laboratory guide by autonomous android ERICA which plays the role of the guide. According to an engagement score of a user, ERICA generates adaptive behaviors consisting of feedback utterances and additional explanations. A subject experiment showed that the adaptive behaviors increased both the engagement score and related subjective scores such as interest and empathy.

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  • アンドロイドERICAの傾聴対話システムにおけるWOZとの比較評価

    井上昂治, ララ ディベッシュ, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会研究会資料   SLUD ( C002-21 )   85 - 90   2020.11

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  • 多様なふるまいからの好感判定に基づき発話構成要素を選択するお見合い対話システム

    田中滉己, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会研究会資料   SLUD ( C002-28 )   129 - 134   2020.11

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  • Job interviewer android with elaborate follow-up question generation Reviewed International journal

    Koji Inoue, Kohei Hara, Divesh Lala, Kenta Yamamoto, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    ICMI2020   324 - 332   2020.10

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  • Job Interviewer Android with Elaborate Follow-up Question Generation

    Koji Inoue, Kohei Hara, Divesh Lala, Kenta Yamamoto, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    ICMI 2020 - Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Multimodal Interaction   324 - 332   2020.10

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    A job interview is a domain that takes advantage of an android robot's human-like appearance and behaviors. In this work, our goal is to implement a system in which an android plays the role of an interviewer so that users may practice for a real job interview. Our proposed system generates elaborate follow-up questions based on responses from the interviewee. We conducted an interactive experiment to compare the proposed system against a baseline system that asked only fixed-form questions. We found that this system was significantly better than the baseline system with respect to the impression of the interview and the quality of the questions, and that the presence of the android interviewer was enhanced by the follow-up questions. We also found a similar result when using a virtual agent interviewer, except that presence was not enhanced.

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  • A character expression model affecting spoken dialogue behaviors Reviewed International journal

    Kenta Yamamoto, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Internatinal Workshop for Spoken Dialogue Systems (IWSDS2020)   2020.9

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  • Response generation to out-of-database questions for example-based dialogue systems Reviewed International journal

    Sota Isonishi, Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Internatinal Workshop for Spoken Dialogue Systems (IWSDS2020)   2020.9

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  • A Job Interview Dialogue System That Asks Follow-up Questions: Implementation and Evaluation with an Autonomous Android Reviewed

    Koji Inoue, Kohei Hara, Divesh Lala, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Kawahara Tatsuya

    Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   35 ( 5 )   D - K43_1   2020.9

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  • An attentive listening system with android ERICA: Comparison of autonomous and WOZ Interactions Reviewed International journal

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Kenta Yamamoto, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    SIGdial 2020 Conference   118 - 127   2020.7

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  • A job interview dialogue by the autonomous android ERICA.

    井上昂治, 原康平, LALA Divesh, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020   2020

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  • An Attentive Listening System with Android ERICA: Comparison of Autonomous and WOZ Interactions.

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Kenta Yamamoto, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Proceedings of the 21th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue(SIGdial)   118 - 127   2020

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  • Dialogue Behavior Control Model for Expressing a Character of Humanoid Robots

    Kenta Yamamoto, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    2018 Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association Annual Summit and Conference, APSIPA ASC 2018 - Proceedings   1732 - 1737   2019.3

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    This paper addresses character expression for humanoid robots that play a social role via spoken dialogue so that the character matches to the given social role such as a lab guide or a counselor. While conventional methods of character expression mostly focused on changing the style of utterance texts, this study focuses on dialogue behavior features that may affect the impression of spoken dialogue. Specifically, we use five dialogue behavior features: utterance amount, backchannel frequency, backchannel variety, filler frequency, and switching pause length (the time until the system responds). We adopt three character traits of extroversion, emotional instability, and politeness for character expression. We then investigate the relationship between the dialogue behavior features and the character traits by conducting subjective evaluations. A statistical analysis of the subjective evaluations shows that the dialogue behavior features except for the backchannel variety are related to either of the character traits. By using the subjective evaluation scores on the relevant traits, we can train models to control the dialogue behavior features of a robot according to the desired character. Another experimental evaluation demonstrates the feasibility of character expression with regard to the traits of extroversion and politeness.

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  • 移行適格場の予測に基づくターンテイキング予測

    原 康平, 井上 昂治, 高梨 克也, 河原 達也

    第81回全国大会講演論文集   2019 ( 1 )   357 - 358   2019.2

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    音声対話システムが円滑な対話を実現するためには,次に話者が交替するか否か(ターンテイキング)の予測が重要である.本研究では,ターンテイキングの予測において,移行適格場 (TRP)の情報を考慮する.TRPとは,話者交替が起こりうる箇所を指し,ターンテイキングのふるまいは,TRPか否かに依存すると考えらえる. TRPは客観的に定義できるため,予測が比較的容易である.提案モデルは,ニューラルネットに基づく二段階の予測を行う.はじめに,TRPの予測を行う.次に,TRP予測の結果を用いてターンテイキングの予測を行う.評価実験により,TRPの情報を用いることで,ターンテイキングの予測精度が向上することを確認した.

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  • 質問タイプの分類に基づく用例なし質問に対する応答生成

    磯西 爽太, 田中 滉己, 井上 昂治, 高梨 克也, 河原 達也

    第81回全国大会講演論文集   2019 ( 1 )   359 - 360   2019.2

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    対話システムが人間らしい対話を実現するためには,システム自身の趣味や嗜好といったプロファイル情報を設定することが有効といえる.プロファイルの一貫性を保つためには,想定質問とその応答の用例を用意しておく必要がある.しかし,用例がない質問がなされた場合,従来のシステムでは「お答えできません」などの画一的な応答を返してしまう.そこで,これらの質問を「個人情報」,「好み」,「習慣」などのタイプに分類し,それぞれに対応した応答を生成する.これにより,その質問をシステムが理解しているかのようにみせかける.実験では,自律型アンドロイドERICAを用いたお見合い対話コーパスにおいて提案システムの有効性を検証する.

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  • 対話のふるまい制御によるキャラクタ表現モデルと対話コーパスによる検証

    山本 賢太, 井上 昂治, 中村 静, 高梨 克也, 河原 達也

    第81回全国大会講演論文集   2019 ( 1 )   363 - 364   2019.2

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    我々は自律型アンドロイドERICAの研究開発を進めており,特定の社会的役割が与えられた状況での対話を扱っている.この際に,その社会的役割に適したキャラクタ(性格)をアンドロイドが表出することで,より自然な対話が実現できると考えらえる.これまでに,発話量,相槌,フィラー,交替潜時といった対話におけるシステムのふるまいを制御することで,外向性,情緒不安定性,丁寧さから成るキャラクタを表現するモデルを提案した.本稿では,遠隔操作されたアンドロイドとの対話コーパスを用いて,実際の対話のふるまいと知覚されるキャラクタとの関係が,提案モデルでも実現できることを検証した.

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  • 対話相手への好感に基づく発話構成要素の選択とお見合い対話システムへの実装

    田中 滉己, 井上 昂治, 中村 静, 高梨 克也, 河原 達也

    第81回全国大会講演論文集   2019 ( 1 )   361 - 362   2019.2

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    音声対話システムに人間らしい対話を実現させるためには,システムが内部状態を持ち,それに基づきふるまいを動的に変化させることが重要と考えられる.本研究では,内部状態として,システムがユーザに対して抱く好感を扱う.システムの好感を表現するために,ここではシステム発話の構成要素を変化させる.提案モデルは二段階のニューラルネットワークで構成される.はじめに,ユーザの話し方や聞き方のふるまいに基づきシステムがユーザに抱く好感を生成する.次に,好感と上記のふるまいに基づきシステム発話の構成要素を選択する.また,上記を自律型アンドロイドERICAのお見合い対話システムに実装した.

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  • Turn-taking Prediction Considering Transition Relevance Place

    原康平, 井上昂治, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   85th   57 - 62   2019

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  • A conversational dialogue manager for the humanoid Robot ERICA

    Pierrick Milhorat, Divesh Lala, Koji Inoue, Tianyu Zhao, Masanari Ishida, Katsuya Takanashi, Shizuka Nakamura, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   510   119 - 131   2019

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    We present a dialogue system for a conversational robot, Erica. Our goal is for Erica to engage in more human-like conversation, rather than being a simple question-answering robot. Our dialogue manager integrates question-answering with a statement response component which generates dialogue by asking about focused words detected in the user’s utterance, and a proactive initiator which generates dialogue based on events detected by Erica. We evaluate the statement response component and find that it produces coherent responses to a majority of user utterances taken from a human-machine dialogue corpus. An initial study with real users also shows that it reduces the number of fallback utterances by half. Our system is beneficial for producing mixed-initiative conversation.

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  • Generating fillers based on dialog act pairs for smooth turn-taking by humanoid robot

    Ryosuke Nakanishi, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   579   91 - 101   2019

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    In spoken dialog systems for humanoid robots, smooth turn-taking function is one of the most important factors to realize natural interaction with users. Speech collisions often occur when a user and the dialog system speak simultaneously. This study presents a method to generate fillers at the beginning of the system utterances to indicate an intention of turn-taking or turn-holding just like human conversations. To this end, we analyzed the relationship between a dialog context and fillers observed in a human-robot interaction corpus, where a user talks with a humanoid robot remotely operated by a human. At first, we annotated dialog act tags in the dialog corpus and analyzed the typical type of a sequential pair of dialog acts, called a DA pair. It is found that the typical filler forms and their occurrence patterns are different according to the DA pairs. Then, we build a machine learning model to predict occurrence of fillers and its appropriate form from linguistic and prosodic features extracted from the preceding and the following utterances. The experimental results show that the effective feature set also depends on the type of DA pair.

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  • Turn-taking prediction based on detection of transition relevance place

    Kohei Hara, Koji Inoue, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH   2019-September   4170 - 4174   2019

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    We address turn-taking prediction in which spoken dialogue systems predict when to take the conversational floor. In natural conversations, many turn-taking decisions are arbitrary and subjective. In this study, we propose taking into account the concept of the transition relevance place (TRP) for turn-taking prediction. TRP is defined as a timing when the current speaking turn can be completed and other participants are able to take the turn. We conducted annotation of TRP on a human-robot dialogue corpus, ensuring the objectivity of this annotation among annotators. The proposed turn-taking prediction model adopts a two-step approach that detects TRP at first and then predicts a turn-taking event if TRP is detected. Experimental evaluations demonstrate that the proposed model improves the accuracy of turn-taking prediction by incorporating TRP detection.

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  • Latent character model for engagement recognition based on multimodal behaviors

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering   579   119 - 130   2019

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    Engagement represents how much a user is interested in and willing to continue the current dialogue and is the important cue for spoken dialogue systems to adapt the user state. We address engagement recognition based on listener’s multimodal behaviors such as backchannels, laughing, head nodding, and eye gaze. When the ground-truth labels are given by multiple annotators, they differ according to each annotator due to the different perspectives on the multimodal behaviors. We assume that each annotator has a latent character that affects its perception of engagement. We propose a hierarchical Bayesian model that estimates both the engagement level and the character of each annotator as latent variables. Furthermore, we incorporate other latent variables to map the input feature into a sub-space. The experimental result shows that the proposed model achieves higher accuracy than other models that do not take into account the character.

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  • How science, technology and innovation can be placed in broader visions - Public opinions from inclusive public engagement activities Reviewed

    Kei Kano, Mitsuru Kudo, Go Yoshizawa, Eri Mizumachi, Makiko Suga, Naonori Akiya, Kuniyoshi Ebina, Takayuki Goto, Masayuki Itoh, Ayami Joh, Haruhiko Maenami, Toshifumi Minamoto, Mikihiko Mori, Yoshitaka Morimura, Tamaki Motoki, Akie Nakayama, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of Science Communication   18 ( 3 )   A02   2019

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    This study investigates how different segments of the public, with varying degrees of interest in S & T, could formulate opinions on a broader vision and the role they think STI should play in Japanese society through 2020 (Tokyo's Olympic and Paralympic year) and toward 2030. We conducted nine inclusive public engagement activities. Results indicated that the broad public opinions did not completely overlap with officials' opinions, a value of "open and appropriate" was mainly found from the unengaged public, and the visions and values based on their opinions could well be incorporated into the official document. Engaging the disinterested in S & T remains an issue.

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  • Corpus-based Analysis of Character Expression Model Using Dialogue Behaviors

    山本賢太, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   85th   43 - 48   2019

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  • Audio-Visual Conversation Analysis by Smart Posterboard and Humanoid Robot

    Tatsuya Kawahara, Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Katsuya Takanashi

    ICASSP, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing - Proceedings   2018-April   6573 - 6577   2018.9

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    This paper addresses audio-visual signal processing for conversation analysis, which involves multi-modal behavior detection and mental-state recognition. We have investigated prediction of turn-taking by the audience in a poster session from their multi-modal behaviors, and found out that the eye-gaze provides an important cue compared with head nodding and verbal backchannels. This finding has been applied to audio-visual speaker diarization by combining eye-gaze information. We are now investigating engagement recognition in human-robot interaction based on the same scheme. Robust and realtime detection of laughing, backchannels and nodding is realized based on LSTM-CTC. We introduce a latent 'character' model to cope with the subjectivity and variations of engagement annotations. Experimental evaluations demonstrate that (1) the latent character model is effective, (2) automatic behavior detection is robust and does not degrade the engagement recognition accuracy, and (3) the eye-gaze is the most important feature among others.

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  • A Dialogue Behavior Control Model for Expressing a Characters of Humanoid Robots Reviewed

    Kenta Yamamoto, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   33 ( 5 )   C - I37_1   2018.9

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  • Emotion recognition by combining prosody and sentiment analysis for expressing reactive emotion by humanoid robot

    Yuanchao Li, Carlos Toshinori Ishi, Nigel Ward, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Proceedings - 9th Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association Annual Summit and Conference, APSIPA ASC 2017   2018-February   1356 - 1359   2018.2

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    In order to achieve rapport in human-robot interaction, it is important to express a reactive emotion that matches with the user's mental state. This paper addresses an emotion recognition method which combines prosody and sentiment analysis for the system to properly express reactive emotion. In the user emotion recognition module, valence estimation from prosodic features is combined with sentiment analysis of text information. Combining the two information sources significantly improved the valence estimation accuracy. In the reactive emotion expression module, the system's emotion category and level are predicted using the parameters estimated in the recognition module, based on distributions inferred from human-human dialog data. Subjective evaluation results show that the proposed method is effective for expressing human-like reactive emotion.

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  • 瞬発的運動のジレンマ─雪上での木遣りの事例分析から─

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    生態心理学研究   11 ( 2 )   30 - 33   2018

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  • Engagement recognition from listener’s behaviors in spoken dialogue using a latent character model Reviewed

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Kazuyoshi Yoshii, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   33 ( 1 )   DSH - F_1-12   2018

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    This article addresses the estimation of engagement level based on the listener’s behaviors such as backchannel, laughing, head nodding, and eye-gaze. Engagement is defined as the level of how much a user is being interested in and willing to continue the current interaction. When the engagement level is evaluated by multiple annotators, the criteria for annotating the engagement level would depend on each annotator. We assume that each annotator has its own character which affects the way of perceiving the engagement level. We propose a latent character model which estimates the engagement level and also the character of each annotator as a latent variable. The experimental results show that the latent character model can predict the engagement label of each annotator in higher accuracy than other models which do not take the character into account.

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  • 自律型アンドロイドのキャラクタ表現のための対話の振る舞い制御モデルの構築と評価

    山本賢太, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   80th ( 2 )   407 - 408   2018

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    本研究では,音声対話を通して自律型アンドロイドが与えられた社会的役割に適したキャラクタ表現方法を提案する.これまでに,キャラクタを構成する外向性,情緒不安定性,丁寧さという3要素と音声特徴量との関係性を調査した.印象評定の統計分析により,キャラクタ印象に影響する4つの音声特徴量が確認された.この結果を用いて,アンドロイドに与えられたキャラクタに合わせて発話量,相槌の頻度,フィラーの頻度,交替潜時の長さという4つの特徴量を制御するモデルを構築した.印象評価実験を行い,本モデルを用いることで,外向性と丁寧さの要素ついてはキャラクタ表現の可能性が確認された.

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  • 自律型アンドロイドERICAにおけるエンゲージメント推定に基づく音声対話システム

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2018   2018

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  • 相槌・フィラー予測とのマルチタスク学習による円滑なターンテイキング

    原康平, 井上昂治, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   80th ( 2 )   409 - 410   2018

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    人との自然な対話を指向したヒューマンロボットインタラクションにおいて,円滑なターンテイキングの実現は重要な課題である.円滑なターンテイキングを実現するためには,発話末における話者交替および継続の予測が必要である.また,これに関連するふるまいとして,相槌およびフィラーの生成が挙げられる.従来研究では,これらを予測する課題は独立に扱われてきた.本研究では,マルチタスク学習の枠組みにより,これらのふるまいの予測を同一のモデルで扱うことで,ターンテイキング予測の精度向上を目指す.自律型アンドロイドERICAを用いた対話コーパスでの実験により,提案手法の予測精度がシングルタスクの場合よりも向上することを示す.

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  • Prediction of Turn-taking Using Multi-task Learning with Prediction of Backchannels and Fillers

    原康平, 井上昂治, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   84th   1 - 6   2018

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  • Engagement recognition by a latent character model based on multimodal listener behaviors in spoken dialogue

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing   7   2018

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    Engagement represents how much a user is interested in and willing to continue the current dialogue. Engagement recognition will provide an important clue for dialogue systems to generate adaptive behaviors for the user. This paper addresses engagement recognition based on multimodal listener behaviors of backchannels, laughing, head nodding, and eye gaze. In the annotation of engagement, the ground-truth data often differs from one annotator to another due to the subjectivity of the perception of engagement. To deal with this, we assume that each annotator has a latent character that affects his/her perception of engagement. We propose a hierarchical Bayesian model that estimates both engagement and the character of each annotator as latent variables. Furthermore, we integrate the engagement recognition model with automatic detection of the listener behaviors to realize online engagement recognition. Experimental results show that the proposed model improves recognition accuracy compared with other methods which do not consider the character such as majority voting. We also achieve online engagement recognition without degrading accuracy.

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  • A Dialogue Behavior Control Model for Expressing a Characters of Humanoid Robots Reviewed

    山本賢太, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会論文誌(Web)   33 ( 5 )   C - I37_19   2018

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  • Prediction of turn-taking using multitask learning with prediction of backchannels and fillers

    Kohei Hara, Koji Inoue, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH   2018-September   991 - 995   2018

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    We address prediction of turn-taking considering related behaviors such as backchannels and fillers. Backchannels are used by the listeners to acknowledge that the current speaker can hold the turn. On the other hand, fillers are used by the prospective speakers to indicate a will to take a turn. We propose a turn-taking model based on multitask learning in conjunction with prediction of backchannels and fillers. The multitask learning of LSTM neural networks shared by these tasks allows for efficient and generalized learning, and thus improves prediction accuracy. Evaluations with two kinds of dialogue corpora of human-robot interaction demonstrate that the proposed multitask learning scheme outperforms the conventional single-task learning.

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  • Engagement recognition in spoken dialogue via neural network by aggregating different annotators' models

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH   2018-September   616 - 620   2018

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    This paper addresses engagement recognition based on four multimodal listener behaviors - backchannels, laughing, eye-gaze, and head nodding. Engagement is an indicator of how much a user is interested in the current dialogue. Multiple third-party annotators give ground truth labels of engagement in a human-robot interaction corpus. Since perception of engagement is subjective, the annotations are sometimes different between individual annotators. Conventional methods directly use integrated labels, such as those generated through simple majority voting, and do not consider each annotator's recognition. We propose a two-step engagement recognition where each annotator's recognition is modeled and the different annotators' models are aggregated to recognize the integrated label. The proposed neural network consists of two parts. The first part corresponds to each annotator's model which is trained with the corresponding labels independently. The second part aggregates the different annotators' models to obtain one integrated label. After each part is pre-trained, the whole network is fine-tuned through back-propagation of prediction errors. Experimental results show that the proposed network outperforms baseline models which directly recognize the integrated label without considering differing annotations.

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  • 共感・発話促進のための多様な聞き手応答を生成する傾聴対話システム

    石田真也, 井上昂治, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   80th ( 2 )   403 - 404   2018

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    本稿では,ユーザに共感し,ユーザの発話を促す傾聴対話システムについて述べる.近年,人間と雑談する対話システムの研究が盛んである.そのような対話システムが傾聴を行い交流支援を行うことで,ユーザの認知機能の維持に役立つと考えられる.本研究では,傾聴対話で必要な聞き手応答をアンドロイドERICAを用いた対話収録実験のコーパスから分析する.その結果,5種類の聞き手応答「掘り下げ質問」,「自分語り」,「評価応答」,「語彙的応答」が必要であることが判明した.それらを文脈に沿って生成し,また傾聴として適切な応答を1つ統計的に選択し出力する傾聴対話システムを提案する.その後,被験者実験による定性的評価を行う.

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  • 初対面対話における好感の生成と発話構成要素の予測のモデル

    田中滉己, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   80th ( 2 )   405 - 406   2018

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    音声対話システムとの対話をより自然で人間らしいものにするためには,人間が内面に持つ感情的な要素をシステムが獲得し,表現することが効果的であると考えられる.中でも「好感」は,対話への積極性や態度に大きく影響する重要な要素である.本研究では,自律型アンドロイドERICAを用いた初対面対話練習システムを構築するため,「発話量」「韻律」「視線」「笑い」「相槌」「頷き」などの特徴量から推定される「話題への興味」や「対話エンゲージメント」などを元に,アンドロイドが対話相手に抱く好感を生成し,発話に含む要素を選択することによって好感を表現することを試みる.

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  • Modeling of Feeling and Selection of Utterance Constructional Units in First Encounter Dialogue

    田中滉己, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   84th   11 - 16   2018

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  • An Attentive Listening System Generating Empathetic Responses and Promoting User Utterances

    石田真也, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   82nd   7 - 12   2018

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  • Emotion Recognition by Combining Prosody with Text Information and Assessment Selection for Human-Robot Interaction

    Yuanchao Li, Inoue Koji, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Toshinori Ishi Carlos, Tatsuya Kawahara

    人工知能学会研究会資料   79   43 - 48   2017.3

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  • 他者の発話を理解することの生態学的価値を考慮した発話理解モデルの提案

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    日本語用論学会第19回大会発表論文集   12   219 - 222   2017

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  • 研究者の対話力トレーニングに対するルーブリックのボトムアップ作成

    森幹彦,城綾実,秋谷直矩,高梨克也,元木環,森村吉貴,水町衣里,加納圭,一方井祐子

    知識共創   7   2017

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  • Real-time Engagement Recognition by a Latent Character Model

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, MILHORAT Pierrick, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   81st   78 - 83   2017

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  • Attentive listening system with backchanneling, response generation and flexible turn-taking

    Divesh Lala, Pierrick Milhorat, Koji Inoue, Masanari Ishida, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    SIGDIAL 2017 - 18th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue, Proceedings of the Conference   127 - 136   2017

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    Attentive listening systems are designed to let people, especially senior people, keep talking to maintain communication ability and mental health. This paper addresses key components of an attentive listening system which encourages users to talk smoothly. First, we introduce continuous prediction of end-of-utterances and generation of backchannels, rather than generating backchannels after end-point detection of utterances. This improves subjective evaluations of backchannels. Second, we propose an effective statement response mechanism which detects focus words and responds in the form of a question or partial repeat. This can be applied to any statement. Moreover, a flexible turn-taking mechanism is designed which uses backchannels or fillers when the turn-switch is ambiguous. These techniques are integrated into a humanoid robot to conduct attentive listening. We test the feasibility of the system in a pilot experiment and show that it can produce coherent dialogues during conversation.

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  • Analysis of the relationship between prosodic features of fillers and its forms or occurrence positions Reviewed

    Shizuka Nakamura, Ryosuke Nakanishi, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH   2017-August   1726 - 1730   2017

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    Fillers are involved in the ease of understanding by listeners and turn-taking. However, the knowledge about its prosodic features is insufficient, and its modeling has not been done either. For these reasons, there is insufficient knowledge to generate natural and appropriate fillers in a dialog system at present. Therefore, for the purpose of clarifying the prosodic features of fillers, its relationship with occurrence positions or forms were analyzed in this research. 'Ano' and 'Eto' were used as forms, non-/boundary of Dialog Act and non-/turntaking for occurrence positions. Duration, F0, and intensity were utilized as prosodic features. As a result, the followings were found out: the prosodic features are different depending on the difference of the occurrence positions even for fillers of the same form, and similar prosodic features are found between the same occurrence positions even in different forms.

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  • Investigation of a Character Representation Method by Dialogue Behavior Control Model of an Autonomous Android

    山本賢太, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   81st   26 - 31   2017

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  • 自律型アンドロイドによる対話における同調的笑いの生成

    勝見久央, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会研究報告(Web)   2017 ( SLP-116 )   241 - 242   2017

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    人との自然なインタラクションの実現を指向する自律型アンドロイドにおいて,人間どうしの対話でみられる自然なタイミングでの笑いの実現は重要な要素である.また,笑いの中でも,一方が笑うともう一方がつられて笑うshared laughterは対話の場を和ませたり,盛り上げたりするなどの効果があると考えらえる.本稿では,人間とアンドロイドERICAとの1対1対話において,アンドロイドはいかなる場合に人間につられて笑うべきかという観点で,言語および韻律特徴量を分析する.また分析結果に基づき人間が笑った場合にアンドロイドがつられて笑うべきか否かの予測を試みる.

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  • Attentive Listening System Generating Various Kinds of Responses for the Autonomous Android ERICA

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, MILHORAT Pierrick, 石田真也, ZHAO Tianyu, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   81st   45 - 48   2017

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  • 聞き手の多様なふるまいに基づく対話エンゲージメントの推定

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 高梨克也, 河原達也

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  • Analysis of the Relationship between Prosodic Features of Fillers and Its Forms or Occurrence Positions

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  • 傾聴対話システムにおける自分語りを含む多様な聞き手応答の生成

    石田真也, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   79th ( 2 )   239 - 240   2017

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    本稿では,傾聴対話システムにおける多様な応答の種類の選択や内容について述べる.近年,人間がロボットやエージェントと対話する機会が増えており,その中でも人間と自然な雑談を行えるシステムの研究が盛んである.本研究では,より自然な傾聴対話システムを構築するため,音声状態のユーザの発話を入力として,それに対する「掘り下げ質問」,「繰り返し応答」,「語彙的応答」,「自分語り」,「評価応答」の全ての応答を生成し,そのうちから文脈や先行発話の特徴を基に,統計的に適切な応答を1つ選択し,出力するシステムを提案する.

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  • Predicting Occurrence and Form of Fillers based on Dialog Act Pairs for Smooth Turn-Taking

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  • Annotation and analysis of listener's engagement based on multi-modal behaviors Reviewed

    Koji Inoue, Divesh Lala, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    MA3HMI 2016 - Proceedings of the Workshop on Multimodal Analyses Enabling Artificial Agents in Human-Machine Interaction   25 - 32   2016.11

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    We address the annotation of engagement in the context of human-machine interaction. Engagement represents the level of how much a user is being interested in and willing to continue the current interaction. The conversational data used in the annotation work is a human-robot interaction corpus where a human subject talks with the android ERICA, which is remotely operated by another human subject. The annotation work was done by multiple third-party annotators, and the task was to detect the time point when the level of engagement becomes high. The annotation results indicate that there are agreements among the annotators although the numbers of annotated points are different among them. It is also found that the level of engagement is related to turn-taking behaviors. Furthermore, we conducted interviews with the annotators to reveal behaviors used to show a high level of engagement. The results suggest that laughing, backchannels and nodding are related to the level of engagement.

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  • Prediction of ice-breaking between participants using prosodic features in the first meeting dialogue Reviewed

    Hirofumi Inaguma, Koji Inoue, Shizuka Nakamura, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    2nd Workshop on Advancements in Social Signal Processing for Multimodal Interaction 2016, ASSP4MI 2016 - Held in conjunction with the 18th ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction 2016, ICMI 2016   78   11 - 15   2016.11

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    In the human-human first meeting dialogue, people tend to have a chat before their main topics to break tension or the "ice." This phenomenon is called "ice-breaking." For realizing this kind of natural conversations in dialogue systems, we address prediction of icebreaking using prosodic features in dialogue. This will allow for the systems to change conversation topics smoothly. At first, we statistically analyze relationships between prosodic features and icebreaking events, to select the useful feature sets showing significant effects. Then, prediction of ice-breaking is conducted by a logistic regression model with these features, which shows a promising result.

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  • 特集「メタ・コミュニケーション」―社会言語科学における共通基盤を求めて―

    榎本剛士,武黒麻紀子,柳町智治,高梨克也

    社会言語科学   19 ( 1 )   1 - 5   2016.9

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  • Multi-modal sensing and analysis of poster conversations with smart posterboard

    Tatsuya Kawahara, Takuma Iwatate, Koji Inoue, Soichiro Hayashi, Hiromasa Yoshimoto, Katsuya Takanashi

    APSIPA TRANSACTIONS ON SIGNAL AND INFORMATION PROCESSING   5   2016.3

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    Conversations in poster sessions in academic events, referred to as poster conversations, pose interesting, and challenging topics on multi-modal signal and information processing. We have developed a smart posterboard for multi-modal recording and analysis of poster conversations. The smart posterboard has multiple sensing devices to record poster conversations, so we can review who came to the poster and what kind of questions or comments he/she made. The conversation analysis incorporates face and eye-gaze tracking for effective speaker diarization. It is demonstrated that eye-gaze information is useful for predicting turn-taking and also improving speaker diarization. Moreover, high-level indexing of interest and comprehension level of the audience is explored based on the multi-modal behaviors during the conversation. This is realized by predicting the audience's speech acts such as questions and reactive tokens.

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  • Synchrony in prosodic and linguistic features between backchannels and preceding utterances in attentive listening Reviewed

    Tatsuya Kawahara, Takashi Yamaguchi, Miki Uesato, Koichiro Yoshino, Katsuya Takanashi

    2015 Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association Annual Summit and Conference, APSIPA ASC 2015   392 - 395   2016.2

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    In human-human dialogue, especially in attentive listening such as counseling, backchannels play an important role. Appropriately coordinated backchannels will not only make smooth communication but also help establish rapport. By collecting counseling dialogue, we investigate whether and how synchrony is expressed by prosodic and linguistic features of backchannels with respect to the preceding speaker's utterances. First, we find out correlation patterns according to the type of backchannels and prosodic features; a larger correlation is observed for reactive tokens than acknowledging tokens and for the power features than the pitch features. Next, we investigate the relationship between the morphological complexity of backchannels and the syntactic complexity of the preceding clause/sentence unit. The result can be useful for generating a variety of backchannels adaptive to the speaker's utterances.

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  • 模擬遠隔聴診におけるコミュニケーション分析の試み Reviewed

    堀謙太,高梨克也,内藤知佐子,黒田知宏

    医療情報学   35 ( 6 )   297 - 304   2016.2

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  • Analysis on Form and Occurrence of Fillers Considering Dialog Act Pairs

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  • 自律型アンドロイドによる円滑な発話権制御のためのフィラーの生起位置と形態の分析

    中西亮輔, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

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    Tatsuya Kawahara, Takashi Yamaguchi, Koji Inoue, Katsuya Takanashi, Nigel Ward

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH   08-12-September-2016   2890 - 2894   2016

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    In human-human dialogue, especially in attentive listening such as counseling, backchannels are important not only for smooth communication but also for establishing rapport. Despite several studies on when to backchannel, most of the current spoken dialogue systems generate the same pattern of backchannels, giving monotonous impressions to users. In this work, we investigate generation of a variety of backchannel forms according to the dialogue context. We first show the feasibility of choosing appropriate backchannel forms based on machine learning, and the synergy of using linguistic and prosodic features. For generation of backchannels, a framework based on a set of binary classifiers is adopted to effectively make a "not-to-generate" decision. The proposed model achieved better prediction accuracy than a baseline which always outputs the same backchannel form and another baseline which randomly generates backchannels. Finally, evaluations by human subjects demonstrate that the proposed method generates backchannels as naturally as human choices, giving impressions of understanding and empathy.

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  • 傾聴対話システムのための多様な聞き手応答の生成

    石田真也, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   78th ( 2 )   513 - 514   2016

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    本稿では, 傾聴対話システムにおける多様な応答の種類の選択や内容について述べる. 近年, 人間がロボットやエージェントと対話する機会が増えており, 人間と自然な雑談を行えるシステムの研究が盛んである. 本研究では, 傾聴に特化した対話システムを構築するため, ユーザの発話に対して「語彙的応答」, 「評価応答」, 「繰り返し応答」, 「掘り下げ質問」のうち適切な返答の種類を選択し, 先行発話の焦点をずらさずに応答するシステムを提案する.

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  • Problems on Untamed Expressions and Their Address in Interactive Public Comment

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    稲熊寛文, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   78th   2016

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  • 初対面対話における場の和みのマルチモーダルな分析と検出

    稲熊寛文, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   78th ( 2 )   515 - 516   2016

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    通常の初対面対話では,本題に入る前に簡単な雑談を挟むことで場を和ませるアイスブレーキングという現象がしばしば見受けられる.近年,人とアンドロイドとの対話に関する研究は数多くなされているが,対話の開始時に着目した研究はほとんどない.本研究では,初対面対話という状況を前提として,WOZ方式で収録した対話コーパスを用いて,音響や画像などから得られるマルチモーダルな特徴量から場の和みについて分析を行い,自動的に場の和みを検出して雑談から本題に話題を自然に切り替えるシステムの開発を目的とする.

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  • Generating a Variety of Backchannel Forms Based on Linguistic and Prosodic Features for Attentive Listening Agents Reviewed

    Takashi Yamaguchi, Koji Inoue, Yoshino Koichiro, Katsuya Takanashi, Nigel G. Ward, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   31 ( 4 )   C - G31_1   2016

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  • 傾聴対話システムのための言語情報と韻律情報に基づく多様な形態の相槌の生成 Reviewed

    山口貴史, 井上昂治, 吉野幸一郎, 高梨克也, Ward Nigel G., 河原達也

    人工知能学会論文誌(Web)   31 ( 4 )   2174 - 2182   2016

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    平本毅,高梨克也

    認知科学   22 ( 4 )   557 - 572   2015.12

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  • 科学館における「対話」の構築:相互行為分析から見た「知ってる?」の使用 Reviewed

    城綾実,坊農真弓,高梨克也

    認知科学   22 ( 1 )   69 - 83   2015.3

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  • 会話コミュニケーションによる相互信頼感形成の共関心モデル Reviewed

    片桐恭弘,石崎雅人,伝康晴,高梨克也,榎本美香,岡田将吾

    認知科学   22 ( 1 )   97 - 109   2015.3

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  • 研究者のための「対話力トレーニングプログラム」 Invited

    加納圭, 水町衣里, 高梨克也, 元木環, 森幹彦, 森村吉貴, 秋谷直矩

    サイエンスコミュニケーション   4 ( 1 )   18 - 19   2015.3

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  • 非言語マルチモーダル情報を利用したグループ対話におけるジェスチャの機能認識 Reviewed

    岡田将吾,坊農真弓,高梨克也,角康之,新田克己

    電子情報通信学会論文誌A   J98–A ( 1 )   63 - 75   2015.2

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  • 社会的活動としての想像の共有:科学館新規展示物設計打ち合わせ場面における「振り向き」動作の会話分析 Reviewed

    平本毅,高梨克也

    社会学評論   66 ( 1 )   39 - 56   2015

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  • 研究者のための「対話力トレーニングプログラム」 Invited

    加納圭,水町衣里,高梨克也,元木環,森幹彦,森村吉貴,秋谷直矩,加藤和人

    日本サイエンスコミュニケーション協会誌   4 ( 1 )   18 - 19   2015

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  • 科学コミュニケーターの対話スキル養成を支援するリフレクションシステムの構築

    大崎章弘, 坊農真弓, 緒方広明, 高梨克也, 宮尾祐介, 牧野遼作, 城綾実, 本田ともみ, 森田由子

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  • Enhanced speaker diarization with detection of backchannels using eye-gaze information in poster conversations Reviewed

    Koji Inoue, Yukoh Wakabayashi, Hiromasa Yoshimoto, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH   2015-January   3086 - 3090   2015

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    We propose multi-modal speaker diarization using acoustic and eye-gaze information in poster conversations. Eye-gaze infor- mation plays an important role in turn-taking, thus it is useful for predicting speech activity. In this paper, a variety of eye- gaze features are elaborated and combined with the acoustic information by the multi-modal integration model. Moreover, we introduce another model to detect backchannels, which in- volve different eye-gaze behaviors. This enhances the diariza- tion result by filtering meaningful utterances such as questions and comments. Experimental evaluations in real poster sessions demonstrate that eye-gaze information contributes to improve- ment of diarization accuracy under noisy environments, and its weight is automatically determined according to the Signal-to- Noise Ratio (SNR).

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  • 傾聴対話における相槌形態と先行発話の統語構造の関係の分析

    山口貴史, 井上昂治, 吉野幸一郎, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   73rd   2015

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  • ポスター会話における音響・視線情報を統合した話者区間及び相槌の検出

    井上昂治, 若林佑幸, 吉本廣雅, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会研究報告(Web)   2015 ( SLP-105 )   1 - 6   2015

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    学会やオープンラボなどでなされるポスターセッションにおける会話を対象として,各会話参与者がいつ発話したかという情報 (話者区間) とそのうちの相槌を検出する手法を述べる.実際のポスター会話では,自然な話し言葉や周囲の騒音などにより検出精度が低下する.著者らは話者区間検出において,従来法で用いられてきた音響情報に対して,会話における発話権取得で重要な役割を担う視線情報を統合するマルチモーダルな手法を提案している.本稿では,視線特徴量と確率的統合モデルについて検討・改善を行った.また,検出した聴衆の発話区間が相槌であるかを,話者区間検出と同様のマルチモーダルな手法で判定し,相槌を発話区間から除去することで質問やコメントなどの発話のみを抽出する.実験結果から,音響情報と視線情報を統合することで雑音環境下での検出精度の向上が確認された.

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  • ポスター会話における音響・視線情報の確率的統合による話者区間及び相槌の検出

    井上昂治, 若林佑幸, 吉本廣雅, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2015   2015

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  • スマートポスターボードにおける視線情報を用いた話者区間及び相槌の検出

    井上昂治, 若林佑幸, 吉本廣雅, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会研究報告(Web)   2015 ( MUS-107 )   2015

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  • 多様な形態の相槌をうつ音声対話システムのための傾聴対話の分析

    山口貴史, 吉野幸一郎, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   77th ( 2 )   145 - 146   2015

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    雑談型音声対話システムの一つにユーザの話を聞く傾聴システムがある。従来の傾聴システムは質問を行う、相槌を打つなどといった基本的な行為が実装されているが、人間の対話でみられるような相槌の形態や韻律を調整することは行われていない。一方、相槌生成のタイミング予測の研究はあるが多様な形態の相槌をうつような枠組みは検討されていない。そこで本研究では、傾聴対話システムの実現を目標として相槌の形態パターンと先行発話の構文的な区切り、節境界の強弱との関係の分析を行う。

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  • 多様な相槌をうつ傾聴対話システムのための相槌形態の予測

    山口貴史, 井上昂治, 吉野幸一郎, 高梨克也, WARD Nigel G., WARD Nigel G., 河原達也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   75th   2015

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  • ラーニングログシステムを用いた実践知の共有,活用支援におけるLearning Analyticsの役割:日本語学習と科学コミュニケーションを例として

    緒方広明, 毛利考佑, 坊農真弓, 城綾実, 高梨克也, 大崎章弘, 落合裕美, 森田由子

    日本教育工学学会第29回全国大会論文集   66 - 67   2014.9

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  • 多人数インタラクションにおける参与役割と成員性に関する研究

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  • The practice of showing ‘who I am’: A multimodal analysis of encounters between science communicator and visitors at science museum Reviewed International journal

    Mayumi Bono, Hiroaki Ogata, Katsuya Takanashi, Ayami Joh

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science   8514   650 - 661   2014

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  • 起業コンサルテーション会話における「知識の非対称」と「意向」:コンサルタントの質問を中心に

    臼田泰如,高梨克也

    日本語用論学会第16回大会発表論文集   16   9 - 16   2014

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  • 何者として,何を話すか~対話型ワークショップにおける発話者アイデンティティの取り扱い~

    秋谷直矩,高梨克也,水町衣里,工藤充,加納圭

    科学技術コミュニケーション   15   107 - 122   2014

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  • Supporting science communication in a museum using ubiquitous learning logs Reviewed

    Hiroaki Ogata, Katsuya Takanashi, Kousuke Mouri, Akihiko Osaki, Hiromi Ochiai, Mayumi Bono, Ayami Joh

    CEUR Workshop Proceedings   1137   2014

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    This paper proposes how to enhance sharing knowledge among science communicators (SCs) in a museum. Our approach is to use SCROLL system to share learning log, which is defined as a digital record of what learners have learned in the daily life using ubiquitous technologies. One of the important skills of SCs is to create mutual communication with visitors and motivate them to know more. However, they have to acquire this skill from the daily experiences because this skill is not shared among SCs. Also, this skill is not easily taken over because the employment term of SCs is 5 years. In this situation, SCs registers learning logs into SCROLL and their activities are also recorded into video. They have a reflection session using learning logs and video in a week. Both interaction analysis by the expert and data analysis using SCROLL are combined.

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    Mayumi Bono, Hiroaki Ogata, Katsuya Takanashi, Ayami Joh

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)   8514 LNCS ( PART 2 )   650 - 661   2014

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    In this paper, we try to contribute to the design of future technologies used in science museums where there is no explicit, pre-determined relationship regarding knowledge between Science Communicators (SCs) and visitors. We illustrate the practice of interaction between them, especially focusing on social encounter. Starting in October 2012, we conducted a field study at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) in Japan. Based on multimodal analysis, we examine various activities, focusing on how expert SCs communicate about science: how they begin interactions with visitors, how they maintain them, and how they conclude them. © 2014 Springer International Publishing.

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  • 展示制作のための多職種ミーティングにおける問題提起の分析

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    知識共創   3   1 - 10   2013.7

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  • 知識共創インタフェースとしての科学コミュニケーター:日本科学未来館におけるインタラクション分析 Reviewed

    坊農真弓,高梨克也,緒方広明,大崎章弘,落合裕美,森田由子

    ヒューマンインタフェース学会論文誌   15 ( 4 )   375 - 388   2013

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  • 知識の状態を提示すること:再生医療にかんするグループインタビューにおける参与構造の分析 Reviewed

    秋谷直矩,水町衣里,高梨克也,加納圭

    科学技術コミュニケーション   13   17 - 30   2013

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  • Analysis of Ubiquitous Learning Logs in the context of science communications in a museum Reviewed

    Hiroaki Ogata, Kousuke Mouri, Mayumi Bono, Ayami Joh, Katsuya Takanashi, Akihiro Osaki, Hiromi Ochiai, Yuko Morita

    Workshop Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2013   74 - 79   2013

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    This paper describes how to use a ubiquitous learning log system called SCROLL (System for Capturing and Reusing Of Learning Log) in a museum, especially, in order to support science communicators (SC). Ubiquitous Learning Log (ULL) is defined as a digital record of what you have learned in the daily life using ubiquitous technologies. It allows you to log your learning experiences with photos, audios, videos, location, QR-code, RFID tag, and sensor data, and to share and to reuse ULL with others. Using SCROLL, you can receive personalized quizzes and answers for your questions. This paper describes how to support science communicators in a science museum by using SCROLL, and shows the role of ULL to integrate the quantitative and qualitative analysis.

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  • Context-based conversational hand gesture classification in narrative interaction

    Shogo Okada, Mayumi Bono, Katsuya Takanashi, Yasuyuki Sumi, Katsumi Nitta

    ICMI 2013 - Proceedings of the 2013 ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction   303 - 310   2013

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    Communicative hand gestures play important roles in face-to-face conversations. These gestures are arbitrarily used depending on an individual; even when two speakers narrate the same story, they do not always use the same hand gesture (movement, position, and motion trajectory) to describe the same scene. In this paper, we propose a framework for the classification of communicative gestures in small group interactions. We focus on how many times the hands are held in a gesture and how long a speaker continues a hand stroke, instead of observing hand positions and hand motion trajectories. In addition, to model communicative gesture patterns, we use nonverbal features of participants addressed from participant gestures. In this research, we extract features of gesture phases defined by Kendon (2004) and co-occurring nonverbal patterns with gestures, i.e., utterance, head gesture, and head direction of each participant, by using pattern recognition techniques. In the experiments, we collect eight group narrative interaction datasets to evaluate the classification performance. The experimental results show that gesture phase features and nonverbal features of other participants improves the performance to discriminate communicative gestures that are used in narrative speeches and other gestures from 4% to 16%. © 2013 ACM.

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  • Concern alignment and trust in consensus-building dialogues

    Yasuhiro Katagiri, Katsuya Takanashi, Masato Ishizaki, Yasuharu Den, Mika Enomoto

    9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COGNITIVE SCIENCE   97   422 - 428   2013

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    Conversational interactions contribute not only to the sharing of information and establishment of consensus but also to the formation and maintenance of mutual trust among conversational participants. We introduce a notion of concern alignment to describe the process of mutual trust formation in consensus-building dialogues. We propose a conceptual picture of dialogue processes taking place toward concern alignment and trust formation, and provide a qualitative analysis of health guidance dialogues between nurses and patients who were diagnosed as having metabolic syndrome to support the picture. We argue, based on our dialogue analysis result and other research in psychological and anthropological fields, that sharing of knowledge on values and preferences of others negotiated through concern alignment makes it possible for people to choose their actions based on trust on their partners. (C) 2013 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

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  • Estimation of Interest and Comprehension Level of Audience through Multi-modal Behaviors in Poster Conversations Reviewed

    河原達也, 林宗一郎, 高梨克也

    情報処理学会研究報告(Web)   2013 ( SLP-97 )   1882 - 1885   2013

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    We address the estimation of the interest and comprehension level of an audience in poster sessions. Compared to lecture presentations, the audience's behaviors such as gazing and backchannels are more observable in poster presentations. These multi-modal behaviors are presumably related with their interest and comprehension level. We also assume that the interest and comprehension level can be judged by particular speech acts of the audience such as questions and reactive tokens. First, we make a preliminary analysis on their correlation. Next, we investigate the relationship between the audience's behaviors and the question type. Then, we conduct prediction of questions and their type based on the multi-modal behaviors during the relevant topic segment. Experimental results show that verbal backchannels and eye-gaze patterns are good predictors to this task, and also the combination of the multi-modal features is effective. Copyright © 2013 ISCA.

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  • 時系列データマイニングを援用した会話インタラクションにおけるジェスチャ分析の支援 Reviewed

    岡田将吾,坊農真弓,角康之,高梨克也

    社会言語科学   15 ( 1 )   38 - 56   2012.9

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  • サッカーにおける守備側選手が攻撃側選手との時間的と空間的ズレを埋めるための手がかり Invited

    関根和生,高梨克也

    認知科学   17 ( 1 )   244 - 248   2012.3

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  • Annotation of response tokens and their triggering expressions in Japanese multi-party conversations

    Yasuharu Den, Hanae Koiso, Katsuya Takanashi, Nao Yoshida

    Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2012   1332 - 1337   2012

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    In this paper, we propose a new scheme for annotating response tokens (RTs) and their triggering expressions in Japanese multi-party conversations. In the proposed scheme, RTs are first identified and classified according to their forms, and then sub-classified according to their sequential positions in the discourse. To deeply study the contexts in which RTs are used, the scheme also provides procedures for annotating triggering expressions, which are considered to trigger the listener's production of RTs. RTs are classified according to whether or not there is a particular object or proposition in the speaker's turn for which the listener shows a positive or aligned stance. Triggering expressions are then identified in the speaker's turn; they include surprising facts and other newsworthy things, opinions and assessments, focus of a response to a question or repair initiation, keywords in narratives, and embedded propositions quoted from other's statement or thought, which are to be agreed upon, assessed, or noticed. As an illustrative application of our scheme, we present a preliminary analysis on the distribution of the latency of the listener's response to the triggering expression, showing how it differs according to RT's forms and positions.

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  • Prediction of turn-taking by combining prosodic and eye-gaze information in poster conversations Reviewed

    Tatsuya Kawahara, Takuma Iwatate, Katsuya Takanashi

    13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association 2012, INTERSPEECH 2012   1   726 - 729   2012

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    We investigate turn-taking behaviors in conversations in poster sessions. While the poster presenter holds most of the turns during sessions, the audience's utterances are more important and should not be missed. In this paper, therefore, prediction of turn-taking by the audience is addressed. It is classified into two sub-tasks: prediction of speaker change and prediction of the next speaker. We made analysis on eye-gaze information and its relationship with turn-taking, introducing joint eye-gaze events by the presenter and audience. We also parameterize backchannel patterns of the audience. As a result of machine learning with these features, it is found that combination of prosodic features of the presenter and the joint eye-gaze features is effective for predicting speaker change, while eyegaze duration and backchannels preceding the speaker change are useful for predicting the next speaker among the audience.

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  • Prediction of Speaker Changes using Para-linguistic and Non-linguistic Information in Poster Conversations

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    Katsuya Takanashi, Kazuki Sekine

    Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society(CogSci)   2012

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  • 対話力を備えた科学者養成プログラムのための動画編集・視聴ツール Reviewed

    森村吉貴, 加納圭, 加納圭, 森幹彦, 水町衣里, 水町衣里, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 元木環, 元木環

    情報処理学会シンポジウム論文集   2012 ( 4 )   207 - 212   2012

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  • 科学者の“対話力”トレーニングプログラムのためのデジタルコンテンツの開発

    加納 圭, 水町 衣里, 高梨 克也, 元木 環

    京都大学学術情報メディアセンター全国共同利用版広報   10 ( 1 )   43 - 46   2011.6

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  • Annotation of japanese response tokens and preliminary analysis on their distribution in three-party conversations

    Yasuharu Den, Nao Yoshida, Katsuya Takanashi, Hanae Koiso

    2011 International Conference on Speech Database and Assessments, Oriental COCOSDA 2011 - Proceedings   168 - 173   2011

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    In this paper, we propose a new annotation scheme for Japanese response tokens (RTs), which is based on strict and consistent procedures. Our scheme consists of two-stage annotation, in which RTs are first identified and classified according to their forms and then further sub-classified based on their sequential positions. Six forms are included in our class of RTs: i) responsive interjections, ii) expressive interjections, iii) lexical reactive expressions, iv) repetitions, v) completions, and vi) assessments. Some of them bear an additional tag according to their sequential position in the discourse: i) first pair parts, ii) second pair parts, iii) sequence-closing thirds, iv) other responding turns, and v) unclassifiable positions. We apply our scheme to annotate a Japanese three-party conversation corpus, and present the results of a preliminary analysis on the distribution of RTs in the corpus. © 2011 IEEE.

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  • Multi-modal analysis of interaction for predicting the questioner and the type of questions in poster presentations

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    Tatsuya Kawahara, Kouhei Sumi, Zhi Qiang Chang, Katsuya Takanashi

    Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH 2010   3042 - 3045   2010

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    We present a novel scheme for indexing "hot spots" in conversations, such as poster sessions, based on the reaction of the audience. Specifically, we focus on laughters and non-lexical reactive tokens, which are presumably related with funny spots and interesting spots, respectively. A robust detection method of these acoustic events is realized by combining BIC-based segmentation and GMM-based classification, with additional verifiers for reactive tokens. Subjective evaluations suggest that hot spots associated with reactive tokens are consistently useful while those with laughters are not so reliable. Furthermore, we investigate prosodic patterns of those reactive tokens which are closely related with the interest level. © 2010 ISCA.

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  • Analysis on prosodic features of Japanese reactive tokens in poster conversations

    Tatsuya Kawahara, Zhi Qiang Chang, Katsuya Takanashi

    Proceedings of the International Conference on Speech Prosody   2010

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    For effective indexing of presentation speech such as lectures and seminars, we explore a novel approach based on detection of the audience's interest level. In this work, we deal with poster presentations and focus on the backchannel responses or reactive tokens, which are frequently observed in poster conversations and presumably used for expressing the audience's interest level. First, we note that the most common reactive token “hai (yes)” is mainly used for acknowledging the speech segments, and that there are specific kinds of reactive tokens which can be used for expressing non-verbal information. Then, we made a prosodic analysis and identified effective combinations of the syllabic and prosodic patterns which express interest and surprise.

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  • An annotation scheme for syntactic unit in Japanese dialog.

    Takehiko Maruyama, Katsuya Takanashi, Nao Yoshida

    DiSS-LPSS Joint Workshop 2010 - The 5th Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech and the 2nd International Symposium on Linguistic Patterns in Spontaneous Speech(DiSS-LPSS)   51 - 54   2010

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  • Two-level annotation of utterance-units in Japanese dialogs: An empirically emerged scheme

    Yasuharu Den, Hanae Koiso, Takehiko Maruyama, Kikuo Maekawa, Katsuya Takanashi, Mika Enomoto, Nao Yoshida

    Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2010   2103 - 2110   2010

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    In this paper, we propose a scheme for annotating utterance-level units in Japanese dialogs, which emerged from an analysis of the interrelationship among four schemes, i) inter-pausal units, ii) intonation units, iii) clause units, and iv) pragmatic units. The associations among the labels of these four units were illustrated by multiple correspondence analysis and hierarchical cluster analysis. Based on these results, we prescribe utterance-unit identification rules, which identify two sorts of utterance-units with different granularities: short and long utterance-units. Short utterance-units are identified by acoustic and prosodic disjuncture, and they are considered to constitute units of speaker's planning and hearer's understanding. Long utterance-units, on the other hand, are recognized by syntactic and pragmatic disjuncture, and they are regarded as units of interaction. We explore some characteristics of these utterance-units, focusing particularly on unit duration and syntactic property, other participants' responses, and mismatch between the two-levels. We also discuss how our two-level utterance-units are useful in analyzing cognitive and communicative aspects of spoken dialogs.

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  • ポスター会話における指示表現の分析-参照先との自動対応付けに向けて-

    吉田仙, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 永田昌明

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   16th   430 - 433   2010

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  • 聞き手行動研究の広がりと深まり:「誌上討論」の編集にあたって

    高梨克也,榎本美香

    認知科学   16 ( 4 )   473 - 474   2009.12

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  • 局所的な係り受けの情報を用いた話し言葉の節・文境界の推定 Reviewed

    西光雅弘,秋田祐哉,高梨克也,尾嶋憲治,河原達也

    情報処理学会論文誌   50 ( 2 )   544 - 552   2009.2

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  • LIBM08 - First international workshop on laughter in interaction and body movement International journal

    Iida, Hitoshi, Okamoto, Masashi, Takanashi, Katsuya

    New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence: JSAI 2008 Conference and Workshops   2009

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  • Clause and Sentence Boundary Detection for Spontaneous Speech Using Local Syntactic Dependency Information

    西光雅弘, 秋田祐哉, 秋田祐哉, 高梨克也, 尾嶋憲治, 河原達也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会論文誌ジャーナル(CD-ROM)   50 ( 2 )   544 - 552   2009

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    Hitoshi Iida, Masashi Okamoto, Katsuya Takanashi

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)   5447 LNAI   273 - 274   2009

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  • Subjective evaluation of prosodic features of reactive tokens in poster sessions

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    BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, Mayumi Bono, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   23 ( 6 )   803 - 810   2008.11

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  • チュートリアルへの質問と回答

    坊農真弓,高梨克也

    人工知能学会誌   23 ( 6 )   803 - 810   2008.11

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  • Discussion: From Verbal/Nonverbal toward Multimodal Communication(<Commentary Series>Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction (7))

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, BONO Mayumi, Katsuya Takanashi, Mayumi Bono

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   23 ( 5 )   668 - 676   2008.9

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  • 座談会:言語・非言語コミュニケーション研究からマルチモーダルコミュニケーション研究へ

    高梨克也,坊農真弓

    人工知能学会誌   23 ( 5 )   668 - 676   2008.9

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  • Assessment Sequence as Temporal Expansion of Social Referencing Framework

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    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   108 ( 187(HCS2008 30-40) )   21 - 26   2008

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    This article argues assessment sequence in ordinary conversation can be regarded as temporal expansion of social referencing. An ssessment sequence includes two different kinds of relationships at the same time. One is an agreement-demanding relation, which is a kind of prospective sequence like adjacency pair. The other is a commentary relation, which seems to be a retro-sequence. An assessment sequence also includes both a triadic relation similar to joint attention between two participants and the target of assessment and expressive dimension of communication.

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  • Implicit proposal filtering in multi-party consensus-building conversations

    Yasuhiro Katagiri, Yosuke Matsusaka, Yasuharu Den, Mika Enomoto, Masato Ishizaki, Katsuya Takanashi

    ACL-08: HLT - Proceedings of the 9th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue   100 - 103   2008

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    An attempt was made to statistically estimate proposals which survived the discussion to be incorporated in the final agreement in an instance of a Japanese design conversation. Low level speech and vision features of hearer behaviors corresponding to aiduti, noddings and gaze were found to be a positive predictor of survival. The result suggests that non-linguistic hearer responses work as implicit proposal filters in consensus building, and could provide promising candidate features for the purpose of recognition and summarization of meeting events. © 2008 Association for Computational Linguistics.

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  • Multi-modal Analysis of Interaction in Poster Presentations

    瀬戸口久雄, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   52nd   65 - 70   2008

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    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   54th   7 - 13   2008

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    Tatsuya Kawahara, Hisao Setoguchi, Katsuya Takanashi, Kentaro Ishizuka, Shoko Araki

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH   1622 - 1625   2008

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    A new project on multi-modal analysis of poster sessions is introduced. We have designed an environment dedicated to recording of poster conversations using multiple sensors, and collected a number of sessions, to which a variety of multi-modal information is annotated, including utterance units for individual speakers, backchannels, nodding, gazing, and pointing. Automatic speaker diarization, that is a combination of speech activity detection and speaker identification, is conducted using a set of distant microphones, and a reasonable performance is obtained. Then, we investigate automatic classification of conversation segments into two modes: presentation mode and question-answer mode. Preliminary experiments show that multi-modal features on non-verbal behaviors play a significant role in the indexing of this kind of conversations. Copyright © 2008 ISCA.

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  • A Study on Speech Activity Detection and Speaker Diarization for the Recordings of Poster Sessions

    ISHIZUKA Kentaro, ARAKI Shoko, FUJIMOTO Masakiyo, SETOGUCHI Hisao, TAKANASHI Katsuya, KAWAHARA Tatsuya

    IEICE technical report   107 ( 406 )   217 - 222   2007.12

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    Detecting "Who spoke when?" from multi-party interactions such as meetings and poster presentations is valuable for adding metadata to the recordings or analyzing the discourse-structures of the multi-party interactions. To realize this function, we first detect speech periods from the observed signals (speech activity detection), and then classify the speech periods by its speakers (speaker diarization). In this paper, we adopt a speech activity detection method and a speaker diarization method to the recordings of poster sessions. The speech activity method performs based on the ratios of periodic and aperiodic components of observed signals. The speaker diarization method utilizes the direction of arrival estimation of the detected speech signals obtained from a microphone array. This paper reports preliminary results obtained from these methods.

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  • ポスター会話に対する発話区間検出と話者識別の検討(コミュニケーション・対話,第9回音声言語シンポジウム)

    石塚 健太郎, 荒木 章子, 藤本 雅清, 瀬戸口 久雄, 高梨 克也, 河原 達也

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告. SP, 音声   2007.12

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  • 多人数インタラクション研究の方法-言語・非言語コミュニケーション研究のための分析単位とその概念-

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    人工知能学会誌   22 ( 6 )   838 - 845   2007.11

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  • Editors' Introduction to "Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction"

    BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, Mayumi Bono, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   22 ( 5 )   702 - 702   2007.9

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  • 多人数インタラクション研究には何が必要か?-インタラクション研究の国内外の動向と現状-

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    人工知能学会誌   22 ( 5 )   703 - 710   2007.9

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  • Construction of the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese and annotation techniques

    Kiyotaka Uchimoto, Hitoshi Isahara, Katsuya Takanashi, Kazuhiro Takeuchi, Chikashi Nobata, Ikuyo Morimoto, Atsushi Yamada

    Journal of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology   54 ( 3 )   5 - 14   2007.9

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    This paper describes annotations for the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese. The information we annotated to the corpus includes morphemes, clause units, dependency structures, summaries, and discourse structures. They are integrated in the form of XML. Morphological information was semi-automatically annotated to the transcribed text by reducing the human labor cost within the framework of morphological annotation that we proposed. Next, clause unites were detected based on the morphological information as basic units for our annotation. Then, dependency structures, summaries, discourse structures were annotated based on the clause units.

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  • 日本語話し言葉コーパスとその構築技術

    内元清貴,井佐原均,高梨克也,竹内和広,野畑周,森本郁代,山田篤

    情報通信研究機構季報   53 ( 3 )   5 - 13   2007

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  • Automatic detection of sentence and clause units using local syntactic dependency Reviewed

    Tatsuya Kawahara, Masahiro Saikou, Katsuya Takanashi

    ICASSP, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing - Proceedings   4   125 - 128   2007

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    For robust detection of sentence and clause units in spontaneous speech such as lectures and meetings, we propose a novel cascaded chunking strategy which incorporates syntactic and semantic information. Application of general syntactic parsing is difficult for spontaneous speech having illformed sentences and disfluencies, especially for erroneous transcripts generated by ASR systems. Therefore, we focus on the local syntactic dependency of adjacent words and phrases, and train binary classifiers based on SVM (Support Vector Machines) for this purpose. An experimental evaluation using spontaneous talks of the CSJ (Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese) demonstrates that the proposed dependency analysis can be robustly performed and is effective for clause/sentence unit detection in ASR outputs. © 2007 IEEE.

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  • Multi-modal conversational analysis of poster presentations using multiple sensors

    Hisao Setoguchi, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara

    ICMI'07: Workshop on Tagging, Mining and Retrieval of Human-Related Activity Information, TMR'07 - Workshop Proceedings   43 - 46   2007

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    We are constructing a research environment called the "IMADE room", which can capture a variety of multi-modal human interactions. With this setting, we have designed and conducted recordings of poster sessions made by one presenter and two audiences. In addition to speech data of individual participants, gazing, nodding, and pointing behaviors are recorded through multiple sensors. This article describes the specifications of the data collection and preliminary analyses of the relationship between verbal and non-verbal behaviors. Copyright 2007 ACM.

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  • A Study on Speech Activity Detection and Speaker Diarization for the Recordings of Poster Sessions

    石塚健太郎, 石塚健太郎, 荒木章子, 藤本雅清, 瀬戸口久雄, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会研究報告   2007 ( 129(SLP-69) )   217 - 222   2007

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    Detecting "Who spoke when?" from multi-party interactions such as meetings and poster presentations is valuable for adding metadata to the recordings or analyzing the discourse-structures of the multi-party interactions. To realize this function, we first detect speech periods from the observed signals (speech activity detection), and then classify the speech periods by its speakers (speaker diarization). In this paper, we adopt a speech activity detection method and a speaker diarization method to the recordings of poster sessions. The speech activity method performs based on the ratios of periodic and aperiodic components of observed signals. The speaker diarization method utilizes the direction of arrival estimation of the detected speech signals obtained from a microphone array. This paper reports preliminary results obtained from these methods.

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  • Information Structure and Grounding in Poster Presentation

    高梨克也, 瀬戸口久雄, 坊農真弓, 坊農真弓, 河原達也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   51st   21 - 28   2007

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    BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, Mayumi Bono, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   22 ( 6 )   838 - 845   2007

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  • What Is Necessary in Analyses of Multi-Party Interaction? : Trends and Current State of Interaction Studies(<Commentary Series>Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction (1))

    BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, Mayumi Bono, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   22 ( 5 )   703 - 710   2007

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  • Multi-Modal Recording of Poster Sessions and Preliminary Analysis

    瀬戸口久雄, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会研究報告   2007 ( 75(SLP-67) )   31 - 36   2007

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    We are constructing a research environment called "IMADE room" which can capture a variety of multi-modal human interactions. With this setting, we have designed and conducted recordings of poster sessions by one presenter and two listeners. In addition to speech data of individual speakers, gazing, nodding and pointing events are recorded through multiple sensors. In this article, we describe the specification of the experiments and preliminary analysis on the relationship between verbal and non-verbal events.

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  • 日本語話し言語コーパスを用いた被験者実験による日本語予測文法の研究

    高梨克也, 河原達也

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   12th   991 - 994   2006

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  • Dependency-structure annotation to corpus of spontaneous Japanese

    Kiyotaka Uchimoto, Ryoji Hamabe, Takehiko Maruyama, Katsuya Takanashi, Tatsuya Kawahara, Hitoshi Isahara

    Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2006   635 - 638   2006

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    In Japanese, syntactic structure of a sentence is generally represented by the relationship between phrasal units, or bunsetsus in Japanese, based on a dependency grammar. In the same way, the syntactic structure of a sentence in a large, spontaneous, Japanese-speech corpus, the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese (CSJ), is represented by dependency relationships between bunsetsus. This paper describes the criteria and definitions of dependency relationships between bunsetsus in the CSJ. The dependency structure of the CSJ is investigated, and the difference in the dependency structures of written text and spontaneous speech is discussed in terms of the dependency accuracies obtained by using a corpus-based model. It is shown that the accuracy of automatic dependency-structure analysis can be improved if characteristic phenomena of spontaneous speech - such as self-corrections, basic utterance units in spontaneous speech, and bunsetsus that have no modifiee - are detected and used for dependency-structure analysis.

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  • A Evaluation of a Cascaded Chunking Method of Spontaneous Japanese using Local Bunsetsu Dependency

    西光雅弘, 河原達也, 高梨克也

    情報処理学会研究報告   2006 ( 40(SLP-61) )   19 - 24   2006

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    The paper addresses chunking of spontaneous Japanese oriented for speech summarization and closed caption generation. Conventionally, inter-pause unit (IPU) has been a basic unit in annotation and processing of spontaneous speech, but pauses are not necessarily related with sentence or clause boundaries. On the other hand, automatic detection of sentence or clause boundaries based on machine learning techniques is not so reliable for speech recognition results. For robust chunking against ill-formedness in spontaneous speech and speech recognition errors, we focus on local bunsetsu dependencies. Combined with detection of predicates and classification of dependencies, we define a unit named "constituents", which apparently corresponds to subjects, predicates and case frames. With analysis and evaluation using the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese (CSJ), it is shown that we can perform more reliable dependency structure analysis by focusing on adjacent bunsetsus and more robust detection of clause boundaries by extracting constituents.

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  • Analysis of attitudes in free conversations

    藤本英輝, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 竹内和広, 河野恭之, 木戸出正継

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   105 ( 542(HCS2005 55-62) )   27 - 32   2006

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    This paper describes the classification of attitudes in free conversations. In free conversations, sometimes a participant implicitly/explicitly represents his/her attitude just after a QA-pair. We pay attention to the questioner who shows an attitude, and we divide attitudes by the following parameters showing attitude with questioner's knowledge, forecasting the answer, object type and relation to other participant.

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  • 係り受けとポーズ・フィラーの情報を用いた話し言葉の解析単位の段階的チャンキング

    西光雅弘, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   12th   46 - 49   2006

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  • Cascaded Chunking of Spontaneous Japanese using Bunsetsu Dependency and Pause Information

    SAIKO Masahiro, TAKANASHI Katsuya, KAWAHARA Tatsuya

    IPSJ SIG Notes   59 ( 127 )   247 - 252   2005.12

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    This paper proposes a cascaded chunking method of spontaneous Japanese using bunsetsu dependency, pause and filler information. The proposed method generates two new units for spoken language processing : constituent and phrase. A constituent is generated by chunking bunsetsus using the adjacent bunsetsu dependency. A phrase is generated by chunking the constituents using pause and filler information. We made experiments using the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese (CSJ). Most of constituents correspond to semantic chunks such as subjects, predicates and case frames, and 93% of clause boundaries is detected. More than half of phrases correspond to the clause boundaries, and cover 94% of sentence boundaries.

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  • 係り受けとポーズ・フィラーの情報を用いた話し言葉の段階的チャンキング(Session-8 ポスターセッション: 一般, 第7回音声言語シンポジウム)

    西光 雅弘, 高梨 克也, 河原 達也

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告. NLC, 言語理解とコミュニケーション   105 ( 494 )   73 - 168   2005.12

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  • 対話研究に「意図」は必要か Invited

    伝康晴,荒木雅弘,岡本雅史,高田司郎,高梨克也,矢野博之

    人工知能学会誌   20 ( 4 )   370 - 378   2005.9

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  • Analysis of attitude in free conversation

    藤本英輝, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 河野恭之, 竹内和広, 木戸出正継

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   45th   13 - 18   2005

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  • AS-6-3 An analysis of free conversation based on evaluation sequences

    FUJIMOTO Eiki, TAKANASHI Katsuya, KONO Yasuyuki, KIDODE Masatsugu

    Proceedings of the IEICE General Conference   2005   "S - 85"-"S-86"   2005

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  • An analysis of free conversation using evaluation-sequence frames

    藤本英輝, 高梨克也, 河野恭之, 竹内和広, 木戸出正継

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   43rd   13 - 18   2005

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  • Cascaded Chunking of Spontaneous Japanese using Bunsetsu Dependency and Pause Information

    西光雅弘, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   105 ( 496(SP2005 105-138) )   157 - 162   2005

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    This paper proposes a cascaded chunking method of spontaneous Japanese using bunsetsu dependency, pause and filler information. The proposed method generates two new units for spoken language processing : constituent and phrase. A constituent is generated by chunking bunsetsus using the adjacent bunsetsu dependency. A phrase is generated by chunking the constituents using pause and filler information. We made experiments using the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese (CSJ). Most of constituents correspond to semantic chunks such as subjects, predicates and case frames, and 93% of clause boundaries is detected. More than half of phrases correspond to the clause boundaries, and cover 94% of sentence boundaries.

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  • Do We Need 'Intention' in Studying Dialog?(<Special Issue>A Wide Spectrum of Research in Intention)

    DEN Yasuharu, ARAKI Masahiro, OKAMOTO Masashi, TAKATA Shiro, TAKANASHI Katsuya, YANO Hiroyuki, Yasuharu Den, Masahiro Araki, Masashi Okamoto, Shiro Takata, Katsuya Takanashi, Hiroyuki Yano

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   20 ( 4 )   370 - 378   2005

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    DOI: 10.11517/jjsai.20.4_370

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  • 多重連鎖分析に基づく雑談の特徴の解明

    藤本 英輝, 高梨 克也, 河野 恭之

    言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会   42   25 - 31   2004.11

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  • 一般講演 物語を介したコミュニケーションとしての独話 (ことば工学研究会(第17回)テーマ:物語とコミュニケーション:その性質と生成)

    高梨 克也, 竹内 和広, 森本 郁代

    ことば工学研究会   17   47 - 56   2004.7

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  • Differences in Purpose Descriptions of Discourse Segment

    竹内和広, 森本郁代, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   41st   51 - 56   2004

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  • An analysis of free conversation using multilevel descriptions.

    藤本英輝, 高梨克也, 河野恭之, 木戸出正継

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   104 ( 445(HCS2004 22-29) )   25 - 31   2004

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    This paper describes the analysis of free conversation using multilevel description. Dialogue act tags are insufficient for description of non-task-oriented dialog. We suppose that dialog participants are going to find differences and common features of a sense of values in free conversation. We propose evaluation-level tags and the evaluation-level that expresses evaluation-side of utterance. Evaluation-level tags explain some features of sequence that cannot be explained by dialogue act tagging scheme.

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  • Can software agents influence human relations?: balance theory in agent-mediated communities.

    Hideyuki Nakanishi, Satoshi Nakazawa, Toru Ishida 0001, Katsuya Takanashi, Katherine Isbister

    The Second International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multiagent Systems(AAMAS)   717 - 724   2003

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  • Practical Problems in Discourse Annotation on CSJ

    森本郁代, 竹内和広, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   39th   49 - 54   2003

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  • バランス理論を用いた社会的エージェントの分析 Reviewed

    中澤諭,中西英之,石田亨,高梨克也

    情報処理学会論文誌   43 ( 12 )   3607 - 3616   2002.12

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  • Analysis of Social Agents Using Balance Theory.

    中沢諭, 中西英之, 石田亨, 高梨克也

    情報処理学会論文誌   43 ( 12 )   2002

  • 一貫性の多様な次元-日常会話と思考の「自然な流れ」の解明に向けて-

    高梨克也

    デュナミス-ことばと文化-   3   73- - 104   1999.5

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  • On Japanese NODAs : Their Expression of Relations Between Propositions and Setting Up Problems

    1 ( 1 )   42 - 58   1997.5

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  • 「のだ」の表す命題間の関係と課題設定

    高梨克也

    デュナミス-ことばと文化-   1   42 - 58   1997.3

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  • ボールへの到達時間を予測する―サッカーの間合い(『〈間合い〉とは何か―二人称的身体論』,諏訪正樹(編著))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    春秋社  2020.2  ( ISBN:978-4393373316

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  • 指さしと相互行為

    安井永子,杉浦秀行,高梨克也(編著)( Role: Joint editor)

    ひじつ書房  2019.7  ( ISBN:978-4894769731

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  • 多職種チームで展示をつくる:日本科学未来館「アナグラのうた」ができるまで

    高梨克也(編著)( Role: Edit)

    ひじつ書房  2018.8  ( ISBN:978-4894767317

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  • 基礎から分かる会話コミュニケーションの分析法

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2016.6  ( ISBN:978-4779510731

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  • インタラクションの境界と接続:サル・人・会話研究から

    木村大治,中村美知夫,高梨克也(編著)( Role: Joint editor)

    昭和堂  2010.3  ( ISBN:978-4812210086

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  • 多人数インタラクションの分析手法

    坊農真弓,高梨克也(編著)( Role: Joint editor)

    オーム社  2009.9  ( ISBN:978-4274207327

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  • シンポジウム1:「学際性」を育て合う(『〈京大発〉専門分野の越え方:対話から生まれる学際の探求』,萩原広道他(編))

    磯部洋明・高梨克也・佐野泰之+萩原広道・真鍋公希( Role: Joint author)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2023.3  ( ISBN:978-4779516979

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  • 「他者の関心に関心をもつ」ということ(〈京大発〉専門分野の越え方:対話から生まれる学際の探求.萩原広道他(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2023.3  ( ISBN:978-4779516979

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  • 日常生活場面の相互行為分析(『認知科学講座3:心と社会』,鈴木宏昭(編))

    高梨克也,坂井田瑠衣( Role: Joint author)

    東京大学出版会  2022.9  ( ISBN:978-4130152037

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  • 個体識別と匿名性(『出会いと別れ:「あいさつ」をめぐる相互行為論』,木村大治・花村俊吉(編)』)

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2021.9  ( ISBN:978-4779514982

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  • フィールド調査とビデオ記録を用いた対話の分析(研究者・研究職・大学院生のための対話トレーニング,加納圭・水町衣里・城綾実・一方井祐子(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2021.3 

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  • 地図課題コーパス:対話トレーニングプログラムと対話研究とのもう一つの接点(研究者・研究職・大学院生のための対話トレーニング,加納圭・水町衣里・城綾実・一方井祐子(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2021.3 

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  • 維持されるものとしての発話の権利:クライアントの意向を尊重もしくは利用する(『発話の権利』,定延利行(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ひつじ書房  2020.12  ( ISBN:978-4894769830

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  • 「間合い」とは何か : 二人称的身体論

    諏訪, 正樹, 伝, 康晴, 坂井田, 瑠衣, 高梨, 克也

    春秋社  2020.2  ( ISBN:9784393373316

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  • 「他者の発話を理解すること」の生態学(『『動的語用論の構築へ向けて』,第1巻,田中葊明・秦かおり・吉田悦子・山口征孝(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    開拓社  2019.11  ( ISBN:978-4758913751

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  • 発散型ワークショップでの発言に伴うポインティング―多重の行為と活動への志向―(『指さしと相互行為』,安井永子・杉浦秀行・高梨克也(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ひじつ書房  2019.7  ( ISBN:978-4894769731

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    Responsible for pages:191-217   Language:Japanese   Book type:Scholarly book

  • 指さしと相互行為 = Pointing in interaction

    安井, 永子, 杉浦, 秀行, 高梨, 克也

    ひつじ書房  2019.7  ( ISBN:9784894769731

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  • シリーズフィールドインタラクション分析

    高梨, 克也

    ひつじ書房  2018.8 

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  • 多職種チームで展示をつくる : 日本科学未来館『アナグラのうた』ができるまで

    高梨, 克也, 小澤, 淳, 島田, 卓也, 平本, 毅, 田村, 大

    ひつじ書房  2018.8  ( ISBN:9784894767317

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  • インタラクション分析に基づく科学コミュニケーションのリ・デザイン(『市民参加の話し合いを考える』,村田和代(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ひじつ書房  2017.3  ( ISBN:978-4894768499

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  • 「社会的コンテクスト」の記述とデザイン:組織的ワークを支援するソフトウェア開発を事例に(『ワークプレイス・スタディーズ:はたらくことのエスノメソドロジー』)

    秋谷直矩,森村吉貴,森幹彦,水町衣里,元木環,高梨克也,加納圭( Role: Joint author)

    ハーベスト社  2017.3  ( ISBN:978-4863390836

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  • 展示制作活動における参与・関与の変化から見た参与者の志向の多層性(『コミュニケーションを枠づける―参与・関与の不均衡と多様性』,片岡邦好・池田佳子・秦かおり(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    くろしお出版  2017.2  ( ISBN:978-4874247235

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  • 基礎から分かる会話コミュニケーションの分析法

    高梨, 克也

    ナカニシヤ出版  2016.6  ( ISBN:9784779510731

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  • 触っちゃダメ:2つの「注意」と責任の発達(『子育ての会話分析-おとなと子どもの「責任」はどう育つか-』,高田明・嶋田容子・川島理恵(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    昭和堂  2016.2  ( ISBN:978-4812215272

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    Responsible for pages:29-54   Language:Japanese   Book type:Scholarly book

  • 他者を環境とともに理解する(『動物と出会う II: 心と社会の生成』,木村大治(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2015.3  ( ISBN:978-4779509056

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    Responsible for pages:55-75   Language:Japanese   Book type:Scholarly book

  • コラム「多職種連携カンファレンス:気になることが揃っていないこと」(『看護ポケットマニュアル・精神科』,山川百合子・栗原加代(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    医学出版社  2012.4  ( ISBN:978-4870551237

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    Responsible for pages:116-117   Language:Japanese   Book type:Scholarly book

  • インタラクションにおける偶有性と接続(『インタラクションの境界と接続:サル・人・会話研究から』,木村大治・中村美知夫・高梨克也(編著))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    昭和堂  2010.3  ( ISBN:978-4812210086

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  • インタラクションの境界と接続 : サル・人・会話研究から

    木村, 大治, 中村, 美知夫, 高梨, 克也

    昭和堂  2010.3  ( ISBN:9784812210086

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  • 節単位(『多人数インタラクションの分析手法』,坊農真弓・高梨克也(編著))

    高梨克也・伝康晴( Role: Joint author)

    オーム社  2009.9  ( ISBN:978-4274207327

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  • 参与構造(『多人数インタラクションの分析手法』,坊農真弓・高梨克也(編著))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    オーム社  2009.9  ( ISBN:978-4274207327

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  • 多人数インタラクションの分析手法

    坊農, 真弓, 高梨, 克也, 人工知能学会

    オーム社  2009.9  ( ISBN:9784274207327

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  • 発言権の構造(『講座社会言語科学3:関係とコミュニケーション』,大坊郁夫・永瀬治郎編)

    高梨克也,森本郁代( Role: Joint author)

    ひじつ書房  2009.1  ( ISBN:978-489762473

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  • 自発的な話し言葉に見られる挿入構造と線状化問題(『文と発話3:時間の中の文と発話』,串田秀也・定延利之・伝康晴(編))

    高梨克也,丸山岳彦( Role: Joint author)

    ひじつ書房  2007.5  ( ISBN:978-4894762572

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  • 進行中の文に対する聞き手の漸進的文予測のメカニズムの解明(『文と発話3:時間の中の文と発話』,串田秀也・定延利之・伝康晴(編))

    高梨克也( Role: Sole author)

    ひじつ書房  2007.5  ( ISBN:978-4894762572

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  • Comparison of WOZ and autonomous system for attentive listening with android ERICA.

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020   2020

  • Video Camera Paradox: How Can We Approach Touching?

    坊農真弓, 坊農真弓, 葛岡英明, 高梨克也, 伝康晴, 細馬宏通

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   89th   2020

  • インタビュー パイオニアに聞く(第12回)〈私〉自身の解明という原点

    鯨岡 峻, 藤井 真樹, 高梨 克也

    質的心理学フォーラム = Qualitative psychology forum   12   58 - 65   2020

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  • Comparison of android ERICA with a WOZ as an attentive listener

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   90th   85 - 90   2020

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    田中滉己, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   90th   129 - 134   2020

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  • Membership and Materiality: From a Field Research on Dosojin Festival in Nozawa-onsen Village

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    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   36th   2019

  • Evaluation on an attentive listening system of the autonomous android ERICA

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   87th   19 - 24   2019

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    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

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  • Workshop in the 42nd Congress Pointing in Interaction: From a Conversation Analytic Perspective

    Yasui Eiko, Takanashi Katsuya, Endo Tomoko, Takada Akira, Sugiura Hideyuki

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   21 ( 2 )   92 - 97   2019

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  • Developmental cascades instigated by the onset of walking

    Toyama Noriko, Nishio Chihiro, Takanashi Katsuya, Negayama Koichi, Takada Akira

    The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association   83 ( 0 )   SS - 074-SS-074   2019

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  • Response Generation to Out-of-database Questions through Question Type Classification

    磯西爽太, 井上昂治, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   87th   26 - 31   2019

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    春日悠生, 井上昂治, 山本賢太, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   86th   7 - 12   2019

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    原康平, 井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   87th   13 - 18   2019

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    井上昂治, Divesh Lala, 吉井和佳, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会論文誌(Web)   33 ( 1 )   2018

  • Job Interview Dialogue Performed by Autonomous Android ERICA

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 原康平, 相原邦光, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   84th   62 - 65   2018

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    山本賢太, 井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   84th   58 - 61   2018

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    Enomoto Mika, Bono Mayumi, Hosoma Hiromichi, Den Yasuharu, Takanashi Katsuya, Teraoka Takehiro, Abe Kouji, Sakaida Rui

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   20 ( 2 )   52 - 62   2018

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  • Encountering My Own Behavior: Cognitive Science of Second Person Reality and Intractable Materiality

    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   35th   2018

  • 潜在キャラクタモデルによる聞き手のふるまいに基づく対話エンゲージメントの推定

    井上昂治, LALA Divesh, 吉井和佳, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2017   2017

  • 自律型アンドロイドのキャラクタ表現のための対話の振る舞い制御

    山本賢太, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   79th ( 2 )   237 - 238   2017

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    我々は人と自然にインタラクションを行う自律型アンドロイドの研究開発を進めている。自律型アンドロイドは外見、振る舞い共に非常に人間に酷似させている。このため、ユーザはアンドロイドに対して何らかのキャラクタを感じとることが多い。そこで違和感のないキャラクタ表現を行うことで、より自然な対話を実現できると考えられる。本研究では、対話におけるアンドロイドの発話について、「発話量」「相槌」「フィラー」「交替潜時」といった振る舞いの特徴量を制御することによる「外向性」「情緒不安定性」「丁寧さ」といった特性への影響を実験により検証し、その結果に基づいたキャラクタ表現法を提案する。

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  • 自律型アンドロイドによる対話における「同調的笑い」の生成

    勝見久央, 井上昂治, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   79th ( 2 )   2017

  • An analysis of the consultant's hearer responses that project the upcoming evaluation of the client's proposals

    80th   22 - 27   2017

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  • Observing Other’s Encountering the Environment during Collaborative Work: A Case study in Sub-zero Timber Hauling at Nozawa Village

    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   34th   2017

  • The usage of the spatial-temporal deixis “KORE” and “SORE” embeded in collaborative activities: Case studies of the preparing works for Dosojn festival in Nozawa-Onsen

    榎本美香, 高梨克也

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   34th   2017

  • 対話破綻検出チャレンジにおける対話破綻データと破綻検出結果の分析-主観性の高い言語データにおける言語処理に関して-

    船越孝太郎, 東中竜一郎, 稲葉通将, 小林優佳, 菅原朔, 高梨克也, 大塚裕子, 小磯花絵, 坊農真弓

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集(Web)   22nd   2016

  • Special Issue: Metacommunication In Search of a Common Ground for Sociolinguistic Sciences

    Enomoto Takeshi, Takekuro Makiko, Yanagimachi Tomoharu, Takanashi Katsuya

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   19 ( 1 )   1 - 5   2016

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  • Consensus-Building Interaction in Consultation Conversations

    76th   42 - 47   2016

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    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   116 ( 368(TL2016 37-64) )   37 - 42   2016

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  • 傾聴対話システムのための言語情報と韻律情報に基づく多様な形態の相槌の生成

    山口貴史, 井上昂治, 吉野幸一郎, 高梨克也, WARD Niel G., WARD Niel G., 河原達也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   76th   2016

  • The Analysis of the Consensus Building Process by Experienced Facilitators

    74th   25 - 30   2015

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  • Sharing images as a Social Activity::A Conversation Analysis of a Meeting Interaction between Members of a Project Team Constructing a Permanent Science Museum Installation

    HIRAMOTO Takeshi, TAKANASHI Katsuya

    Japanese Sociological Review   66 ( 1 )   39 - 56   2015

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    This article aims to describe practices that help participants in talk-in-interactions share their images. In recent years, there has been growing interest in the collaborative nature of imagination. However, few attempts have been made at identifying the empirical practices that help participants share images. This article focuses on the practice of sharing images using both verbal and non-verbal behaviors, such as posture and gesture. Through conducting field work in a project team that is constructing a permanent science museum installation and detailed interaction analysis of the meeting interactions between members of the team, we find that reconciling a bodily orientation toward the depiction of images and a bodily orientation toward face-to-face interaction by verbal and non-verbal configurations of interaction enables participants to be both depictive in representing and explaining images and interactive in securing inter-subjectivity with recipients at any one time. We identified "head turning" behavior as a practice by which tellers can coordinate a bodily orientation toward description and face-to-face interaction. This practice enables participants in talk-in-interactions to describe members' verbal and non-verbal behavior as "sharing images" as a sociological description. Detailed examination of this practice shows how group members share their images in meeting interactions in order to work through organizational issues or problems.

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  • 異分野融合によるマルチモーダルコーパス設計-各種アノテーション方法と利用可能性について-

    城綾実, 牧野遼作, 坊農真弓, 坊農真弓, 高梨克也, 佐藤真一, 宮尾祐介

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  • Gestures that Create an Environment to be Coupled with: Case Study of a Project Team Constructing an Installation for a Science Museum

    平本毅, 高梨克也

    認知科学   22 ( 4 )   557 - 572   2015

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    This study examines the properties of gestures that serve to convey an image of the<br>speaker. The gesture observed can be perceived as a sub-type of gestures that linguistic<br>anthropologist Charles Goodwin termed "environmentally coupled gestures" in that the<br> meaning of the gesture is determined not by its semiotic property but by the mutual<br>elaboration of the gesture and other semiotic resources such as artifacts, utterance, and<br>gaze. A conversation analysis was conducted based on data collected during interaction<br>among members of a project team constructing an installation for a science museum.<br>The results show that team members recurrently re-do gestures that convey the image<br>of the speaker along with another gesture constructed to be coupled with the original<br>gesture.

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  • Multimodal and Multichannel Sequential Analysis of Interactional Patterns in a Simulated Tele-auscultation Experiment

    高梨克也, 堀謙太, 内藤知佐子, 黒田知宏

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   73rd   29 - 34   2015

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    In tele-auscultation, since a doctor cannot operate an auscultator by herself, she must refer a target point by a marker and have a helper in a distant place move an auscultator by proxy. This article analyzes a simulated tele-auscultation experiment and proposes an interactional pattern observed in the process of multimodal communication from pointing by marker by a doctor, operation of an auscultator by a helper to auscultation by the doctor. This pattern is then considered in terms of division of transmission between multi-channels of a system for tele-auscultation and a tele-conference system for conversation. At the end, problems on the system environment found in the experiment are addressed.

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  • 模擬遠隔聴診におけるコミュニケーション分析の試み

    堀謙太, 高梨克也, 内藤知佐子, 黒田知宏

    日本医療情報学会春季学術大会プログラム・抄録集   19th   76 - 77   2015

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  • Expressing Concerns::Expressing Concerns: An Interactional Procedure for Wild Collaborative Problem Solving in Multiprofessional Meetings

    Takanashi Katsuya

    Cognitive Studies   22 ( 1 )   84 - 96   2015

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    This article reports field research on project meetings for developing an exhibition<br> at a science museum. These meetings were held in consecutive weeks over half a year. The<br> project team, consisting of members with diverse professions, collaborated on construct-<br> ing a novel exhibition. In the process of construction, problems discovered by a team<br> member often could not be solved individually. Therefore, members had to launch<br> collaborative problem-solving by relying upon interactional procedures, wherein one<br> member described a problem to the others. One of the procedures, which this article<br> examines, involves the usage of concern-introducing expressions, "kini-naru/suru-no-<br> wa/ga"(what the topic of concern is), appearing in approximately 30 meetings. These<br> expressions are examined in terms of their linguistic features. An analysis of sequential<br> relation of an utterance including this expression to the following utterances illustrates<br> that these expressions play a role for requesting other members to cope with solving the<br> problems presented. Finally, factors behind the use of concern-introducing expressions<br> are discussed in the light of members'professions and function of emotion.

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  • 非言語マルチモーダル情報を利用したグループ対話におけるジェスチャの機能認識

    岡田将吾, 坊農真弓, 高梨克也, 角康之, 新田克己

    電子情報通信学会論文誌 A(Web)   J98-A ( 1 )   2015

  • スマートポスターボードにおける視線情報を用いた話者区間検出及び相槌の同定

    井上昂治, 若林佑幸, 吉本廣雅, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    情報処理学会全国大会講演論文集   77th ( 2 )   147 - 148   2015

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    多人数会話のアーカイブを効率よく参照するためには,効果的なインデクス付与が要求される.本論文では,各々の会話参与者がいつ発話したかという情報(話者区間)とそのうちの相槌を同定する手法を述べる.多人数会話のマルチモーダルなセンシング環境として,我々はスマートポスターボードの構築を進めており,音響情報と視線情報を確率的に統合するマルチモーダルな手法を提案している.従来手法で用いられてきた音響情報だけでなく,視線情報も用いることで話者区間検出の音響的影響への頑健性,及び精度向上を確認した.また,相槌の同定についても視線情報の追加により精度が向上した.以上の処理結果を可視化し,多人数会話を効率的に視聴するためのブラウザを作成した.

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  • Concern-Alignment Analysis of Consultation Conversations

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  • Advantages and challenges for collection and summarization of opinions in ′′interactive public comment′′

    高梨克也, 城綾実, 秋谷直矩, 水町衣里, 加納圭, 加納圭, 加納圭

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   115 ( 185(HCS2015 41-54) )   71 - 76   2015

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  • Issues on identifying intentions of utterances : Conveying by speakers and conveyed to hearers

    Takanashi Katsuya

    THE JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   71 ( 9 )   468 - 475   2015

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  • 実世界における身体動作のコーディング・セグメンテーション手法の提案

    牧野遼作, 城綾実, 坊農真弓, 坊農真弓, 高梨克也, 佐藤真一, 宮尾祐介, 宮尾祐介

    人工知能学会全国大会論文集(CD-ROM)   29th ( 0 )   3O12in - 3O12in   2015

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    <p>本研究は,日本科学未来館で日頃行われる対話を対象に,実世界における身体動作のセグメンテーション・コーディング手法を提案するものである.本手法は複数の研究領域で共有することを目指している.従来,身体動作のセグメンテーション・コーディングには,作業者間で動作の開始/終了時間,研究目的によるコーディングの一致が困難であるという問題が存在してきた.本発表では,これらの問題点を解決するための手法を議論する.</p>

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  • As Any Person, What to Speak : A Way of Handling Speaker's Identity in Workshop

    AKIYA Naonori, TAKANASHI Katsuya, MIZUMACHI Eri, KUDO Mitsuru, KANO Kei

    Japanese Journal of Science Communication   ( 15 )   107 - 122   2014.6

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  • リハビリテーション病院におけるリエゾンカンファレンスの分析と別室視聴環境の効果

    高梨 克也, 岡本 雅史, 榎本 美香

    均衡生活学   10 ( 1 )   13 - 23   2014.3

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  • 異分野融合によるマルチモーダルコーパス作成-展示フロアにおける科学コミュニケーションに着目して-

    城綾実, 牧野遼作, 坊農真弓, 坊農真弓, 高梨克也, 佐藤真一, 佐藤真一, 宮尾祐介, 宮尾祐介

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   71st   2014

  • Steps to writing research papers based on observational data: Describing human behavior in time series

    Toyama Noriko, Hosoma Hiromichi, Negayama Koichi, Den Yasuharu, Takanashi Katsuya

    The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association   78 ( 0 )   SS - 041-SS-041   2014

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  • 相互信頼感形成の共関心擦り合わせモデル

    片桐恭弘, 石崎雅人, 伝康晴, 高梨克也, 榎本美香, 岡田将吾

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   31st   2014

  • Bases and Recent Challenges for Analyzing Multimodal Interaction

    高梨克也

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   113 ( 404(SP2013 96-106) )   37 - 42   2014

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    For the purpose of proper understanding of multifaceted nature of hum an interaction, this article overvie ws recent trends in related domains and basic theories through comparison of spontaneous speech, dialogue corpus, multiparty conversation and real world interaction, and clarifies current issues for the domain.

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  • Toward a Game-Theoretical Modeling of Mutual Trust Formation in Dialogues

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  • ラーニンクログシステムを用いた実践知の共有・活用支援におけるLearning Analyticsの役割:日本語学習と科学コミュニケーションを例として

    緒方広明, 毛利考佑, 坊農真弓, 城綾実, 高梨克也, 大崎章弘, 落合裕美, 森田由子

    日本教育工学会第29回全国大会論文集   K03-2-103-0   67 - 70   2013.9

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  • Showing Own State of Knowledge : Analyzing Structures of Participation in Group Interview about Regenerative Medicine

    Akiya Naonori, Mizumachi Eri, Takanashi Katsuya, Kano Kei

    Japanese Journal of Science Communication   ( 13 )   17 - 30   2013.6

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  • 三者会話の調査・分析法 (特集 三者会話のダイナミクス)

    高梨 克也

    日本語学   32 ( 1 )   58 - 69   2013.1

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  • 当事者による議事録を用いたミーティングの中心的課題の特定

    臼田泰如, 高梨克也, 高梨克也

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集(Web)   19th   2013

  • The Role of Science Communicator as a Knowledge Creation Interface: Analyses of Human Interactions at Miraikan

    Bono Mayumi, Takanashi Katsuya, Ogata Hiroaki, Osaki Akihiro, Ochiai Hiromi, Morita Yuko

    The Transactions of Human Interface Society   15 ( 4 )   375 - 388   2013

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    <p>We assume that Science Communicators (SCs) have a social role; they interactively share their science knowledge with visitors. At National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), we investigate how visitors learn and experience practices of science with SCs. The purposes of this study are to build a theoretical framework to analyze interactions between SCs and visitors in a semi-opened space like museum, and to create a criterion to evaluate SCs' communication skills of sharing their scientific knowledge with visitors. In this paper, we introduce a research framework that we have used at Miraikan since October 2012 by showing procedures of analyzing one case that was conducted by a senior SC who has seven years and two months of experience. Additionally, we describe our preliminary analyses by using a methodology called, Conversation Analysis (CA). We choose nine interaction strategies in our analyses. These strategies are used to open up interactions with visitors. Then, we discuss whether or not nine other SCs use the same strategies. Since our results show the generality of the strategies, we are able to create a criterion of evaluating and developing SCs' skills. </p>

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  • The Role of Science Communicator as a Knowledge Creation Interface : Analyses of Human Interactions at Miraikan

    坊農 真弓, 高梨 克也, 緒方 広明

    ヒューマンインタフェース学会論文誌 The transactions of Human Interface Society   15 ( 1/4 )   375 - 388   2013

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  • Science Communicator as a Knowledge Interface: An Analysis of Human Interaction at Miraikan

    坊農真弓, 緒方広明, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 大崎章弘, 落合裕美, 森田由子

    情報処理学会研究報告(CD-ROM)   2012 ( 6 )   1 - 6   2013

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    Science Communicators (SC) have a social role which they convey their science knowledge to visitors in National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan). How do visitors learn and experience science at the museum? The purpose of this study is building a framework to analyze their interactions which are organized by SC and visitors around exhibits and to evaluate their communication skills which SC convey their science knowledge to visitors. In this presentation, we introduce the research framework which we have started to apply at Miraikan from October 2012. And we discuss about...

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  • Conversational Hand Gesture Recognition in Small Group Narrative Interaction

    岡田 将吾, 坊農 真弓, 高梨 克也

    言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会   68th   47 - 52   2013

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  • 会話を通じた相互信頼感形成ゲームの可能性

    片桐恭弘, 石崎雅人, 高梨克也, 伝康晴, 榎本美香

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   69th   2013

  • A Procedure for Alignment between Business Workshop and Consultation for Designing Workshops

    臼田泰如, 高梨克也, 高梨克也

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   112 ( 455(HCS2012 76-110) )   23 - 28   2013

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    The authors aim at clarifying how workshops are designed. For this purpose this presentation proposes a procedure for alignment between business workshop and consultation, both of which were held for the same sake of improvement of business plans. In detail, we extract the activities of the actual workshop, and annotate them with the segments of conversation of consultation. In the end, we build a corpus with that one can compare the activities of workshop with conversation segments of consultation.

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  • Development of a Video Viewing Environment for Immediate Reflection on Communication Practices

    高悠史, 高悠史, 高梨克也, 高梨克也

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   112 ( 455(HCS2012 76-110) )   17 - 22   2013

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    This study aims at developing a video viewing environment for immediate reflection on communication practices. It is desirable to provide participants with an opportunity for looking back (reflection) which facilitates the participants' awareness from the practice and improves their communication skills, as immediately as possible after a communication practice such as workshops, consultation and scientific communication. since the sooner after the practice, the better the participants remember behaviors or thoughts of themselves and of the other participants during the practice. This article proposes a method for constructing a video viewing environment which enables to browse video recordings effectively by using high-definition video and observation notes inputted by more than one observers with IRC chatting system. This article also introduces several cases in which we apply the method to immediate reflection on communication practices such as workshops and science cafes.

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  • Development and Implementation of a Dialogue Skills Training Program for Young Researchers

    KANO Kei, MIZUMACHI Eri, MOTOKI Tamaki, TAKANASHI Katsuya, MORI Mikihiko, MORIMURA Yoshitaka, AKIYA Naonori, KATO Kazuto

    Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Science Education   37 ( 0 )   110 - 111   2013

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  • 10D-102 対話を通じた科学的視点に関する学びの深化について : 日本科学未来館における科学コミュニケーターの対話調査(教員養成,一般研究発表(口頭発表))

    落合 裕美, 大崎 章弘, 森田 由子, 三ツ橋 知沙, 早川 知範, 坊農 真弓, 高梨 克也, 緒方 広明

    日本理科教育学会全国大会要項   ( 63 )   168 - 168   2013

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  • An Analysis and Modeling of Mutual Trust Formation in Health Guidance

    67th   43 - 48   2013

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    高梨克也, 高梨克也

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集(Web)   19th   2013

  • Sharing images through the turn around behavior in the performance activity in meeting interaction

    平本毅, 高梨克也, 高梨克也

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   112 ( 176(HCS2012 33-46) )   7 - 12   2012

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    This study focuses on the function of one body movement; head movement toward recipients during the course of performing others' future action. The result of the analysis shows that 1) turn around behavior projects that the performance will reach a boundary where response of recipients is required 2) turn around behavior contributes to manage both body orientation toward a performance and body orientation toward a interaction in which collaborative imagining is organized 3) timing of arise of turn around behavior is important in terms of their function in talk-in-interaction.

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  • Development of an Environment for Annotation and Visualization to Support Analysis of Successive Group Meeting Records

    65th   7 - 12   2012

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    高梨克也, 高梨克也, 平本毅

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   112 ( 103(TL2012 1-9) )   31 - 36   2012

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    Meetings are important for promoting longitudinal group activities such as projects. Though transcriptions of such meetings may be a sort of discourse, it is insufficient for understanding them properly to analyze them merely as "closed" texts. This article indicates a direction for analyzing the transcriptions of meetings not as linguistic products but as actions embedded within a successive group activity.

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  • 社会的相互行為からみたラグビーの技と戦術

    東山英治, 東山英治, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 伝康晴

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   29th   2012

  • 社会的インタラクションにおける「見えるもの」としての身体-エコロジストとしてのE.GoffmanとインタラクショニストとしてのJ.J.Gibson-

    高梨克也, 高梨克也

    人工知能学会全国大会論文集(CD-ROM)   26th ( 0 )   3E2OS161 - 3E2OS161   2012

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    <p>「自分の身体」を出発点とする従来の多くの身体論に対して,本発表では,社会的インタラクションにおける身体の重要性はそれが他者にとって「見える」ものであるという点にあることを,日常会話とサッカーの事例分析に基づいて論じる.さらに,本質的に他者とのインタラクションに依存せざるを得ない動物としての人間にとって,この「見えるもの」としての身体という観点がどのような重要性を持っているかを考察する. </p>

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  • 発話意図のアノテーションは可能か?:談話行為記述に学ぶ

    高梨克也

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  • Gesture Analysis in Conversational Interaction Using a Time-Series Data Mining Approach(<Special Issue>A Quantitative Empirical Study on Interpersonal Communication)

    OKADA Shogo, BONO Mayumi, SUMI Yasuyuki, TAKANASHI Katsuya

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   15 ( 1 )   38 - 56   2012

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    This paper introduced examples of gesture analysis by using a time-series data mining system. A time-series data mining system is able to reduce time and effort to annotate a large amount of nonverbal behavior data. At first, we obtain the trajectory of hand motion as multi-dimensional time-series data by using motion capture system. Second, each frame samples in the time-series data is classified to no motion patterns (such case that hand is set on home position) and motion patterns including gestures automatically. Third, frequent gesture patterns are extracted in time series by using motif (pattern) discovery algorithm. We applied these data mining methods to analyze gestures which are used in an explanation task. In the task, two participants explain the contents of animation to one participant. We collected datasets of 8 groups which are composed of 24 participants. Results of data mining show that amount of gestures in the task and timing to use gestures are different among groups and we can classify the timing in 8 groups to 3 types. From results of extracting of frequent gesture patterns, we show that 3 kind of gestures are used commonly in some groups.

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  • 非言語パターンの自動抽出による状況説明会話における言い淀みシーンの分析

    岡田将吾, 坊農真弓, 坊農真弓, 角康之, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 新田克己

    情報処理学会シンポジウム論文集   2012 ( 3 (CD-ROM) )   2012

  • An Analysis of Mutual Trust Formation in Health Guidance Dialogues

    64th ( 0 )   89 - 94   2012

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    諏訪正樹, 西山武繁, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 東山英治, 東山英治, 伝康晴

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   29th   2012

  • Cues for Defensive Players in Soccer to Fill in the Temporal and Spatial Gap to Offensive Players

    Sekine Kazuki, Takanashi Katsuya

    Cognitive Studies   19 ( 2 )   244 - 248   2012

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  • Toward a Communication Science of Communication Practitioner's Practices : Attempts of "Inclusive Data Session"

    66th   39 - 46   2012

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    64th ( 0 )   81 - 88   2012

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  • A fieldwork of naturally-occurring meetings in the real world: its aims and artifices

    62   55 - 62   2011.7

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  • 状況説明会話における説明者間の発話とジェスチャの引き取り

    井上卓, 角康之, 高梨克也, 高梨克也

    情報処理学会シンポジウム論文集   2011 ( 3 )   2011

  • An Analysis of Activity Interruption in Multi-focused Interaction(<Special Issue>Multimodal Interaction Analysis)

    TAKANASHI Katsuya

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   14 ( 1 )   48 - 60   2011

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    This study focuses on situations in which multiple groups performed activities in parallel and analyzes scenes of interruption from one group to the other. Multimodal analysis revealed that: 1. Devices for interruption, such as pointing, utilize the "periphery" of an interrupted group, 2. It is important to take into consideration the activity context of not only the interrupted group, but also of the interrupting group, 3. During an interruptive activity, not all participants of both groups are necessarily involved in this activity exclusively, but each of them can allocate his/her involvement momentarily to multiple parallel activities, for instance, continuing the previous activity, or withdrawing from the interruptive activity rapidly and restarting the original one. The theoretical significance of these findings is discussed in terms of concepts advocated by Erving Goffman.

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  • 3A1-C4 Development of "Dialogue Skills" Training Program for Early-career Scientists : To be Scientists with the Ability for Active Listening, Communicating Science and Sharing Knowledge and Experiences

    KANO Kei, MIZUMACHI Eri, MOTOKI Tamaki, TAKANASHI Katsuya

    Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Science Education   35 ( 0 )   157 - 158   2011

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  • When a peripheral participant in a meeting notices something

    高梨克也, 高梨克也, 平本毅

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   111 ( 190(HCS2011 27-45) )   77 - 82   2011

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    'Notices' by peripheral participants in multiparty meetings are observed. Flashes and causes of notices, and accompanying involvements triggered by them are described in detail using multimodal micro analysis of video records. Employment of ethnographic knowledge obtained by field research then enables us to understand relevancy of utterances caused by the notices in the context and interests behind them which relate to organizational roles of participants.

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  • サッカーにおける守備側選手が攻撃側選手との時間的と空間的ズレを埋めるための手がかり

    関根和生, 関根和生, 高梨克也, 高梨克也

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   28th   2011

  • 『日本語話し言葉コーパス』における話題導入表現の形態統語論的特徴と談話構造の分析

    高梨克也, 高梨克也

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   17th (CD-ROM)   2011

  • Marking’ Decisions:研究ミーティング場面における議事録作成の一側面 Reviewed

    平本毅, 城綾実, 高梨克也

    社会言語科学会第27回大会発表論文集,2011.   2011

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  • Cases of the Approaches from Science Communication to Science Education in Japan Reviewed

    Mariko Suzuki, Akiko Tsuzuki, Takashi Kusumi, Itsuo Hatono, Mikihito Tanaka, Kei Kano, Eri Mizumachi, Tamaki Motoki, Katsuya Takanashi

    EASE International Conference (EASE 2011) , 2011-10.   2011

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  • Establishing a Platform for Analysis of Multiparty and Multimodal Interaction

    坊農真弓, 角康之, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 岡田将吾, 菊地浩平, 東山英治, 東山英治

    情報処理学会研究報告(CD-ROM)   2011 ( 4 )   1 - 6   2011

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    本研究発表では,多人数・マルチモーダル研究に対する我々のアプローチを紹介する.具体的には,日常的インタラクションデータの収録は 「技術」 「理論」 「フィールド」 の 3 つの側面を検討することが重要であることを指摘し,多人数・マルチモーダルインタラクション研究のためのプラットフォーム構築に向けた 5~6 時間程度の公開可能なサンプルデータ収録の詳細を報告する.In this presentation, we introduce our approach toward multiparty and multimodal interaction studies. In particular, we point out the importance that we focus on three aspects, &#039;technology&#039;, &#039;theory&#039; and &#039;real field&#039;, to collect naturally occurring interaction data, and report the details of collecting 5-6 hours sample data for establishing a platform for analysis of multiparty and multimodal interaction.

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  • Comments to the Feature Articles

    HAYAKI H, KIMURA D, MATSUMOTO T, SUGIYAMA Y, TAKANASHI K, TOMONAGA M, YABUTA S, YAMAKOSHI G

    Primate Research   26 ( 2 )   177 - 204   2010.12

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  • 誰にとっての複雑さ? (特集 社会の学としての霊長類学--『他者』としての他個体と『社会的な複雑さ』) -- (標的論文および趣旨説明に対するコメント)

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    霊長類研究   26 ( 2 )   190 - 193   2010.12

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  • 対話研究にふさわしい発話単位の提案とその評価(2)~長い単位~

    伝康晴, 小磯花絵, 丸山岳彦, 前川喜久雄, 高梨克也, 榎本美香, 吉田奈央, 吉田奈央

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  • 対話研究にふさわしい統語的単位の認定基準-対話節単位の設計-

    丸山岳彦, 高梨克也, 吉田奈央, 吉田奈央

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   16th   2010

  • 裏をかかなければならないわけではない-フェイント論的サッカー観への異論-

    高梨克也, 高梨克也, 関根和生, 関根和生

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   27th   2010

  • コトバの発生過程はどのように記述されるべきか

    石黒 広昭, 山﨑 寛恵, 鈴木 健太郎, 丸山 慎, 青山 慶, 高梨 克也, 麻生 武

    日本心理学会大会発表論文集   74 ( 0 )   WS003 - WS003   2010

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  • 会話を通じた相互信頼感形成に関する一考察

    片桐恭弘, 高梨克也, 石崎雅人, 榎本美香, 伝康晴, 松坂要佐

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  • Consensus building and mutual trust formation in conversation

    59th   49 - 53   2010

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    50 ( 2 )   544 - 552   2009.2

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    For robust detection of sentence and clause units in spontaneous speech such as lectures, we propose a novel cascaded chunking strategy which incorporates local syntactic information. Application of general syntactic parsing is difficult for spontaneous speech having ill-formed sentences and disfluencies, especially for erroneous transcripts generated by ASR systems. Therefore, we focus on the local syntactic dependency of adjacent words and phrases, and use this information to limit candidates of clause/sentence boudaries, which are detected by classifiers based on SVM (Support Vector Machines). An experimental evaluation using spontaneous talks of the CSJ (Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese) demonstrates that the proposed dependency analysis can be robustly performed and is effective for clause/sentence unit detection in ASR outputs.

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  • Workshop in the 22nd Congress : Temporal Structures of Bodily Behaviors Accompanying Communication

    TAKANASHI Katsuya

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   11 ( 2 )   106 - 109   2009

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  • Expanse and Depth of Studies on Hearers' Behaviors: Introduction to the Debate

    Takanashi Katsuya, Enomoto Mika

    Cognitive Studies   16 ( 4 )   473 - 474   2009

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  • Introduction to the Feature &ldquo;Communication Viewed from Hearers' Behaviors&rdquo;

    Takanashi Katsuya, Enomoto Mika

    Cognitive Studies   16 ( 1 )   5 - 11   2009

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  • A Preliminary Study on Understanding Discourse Segments

    石崎雅人, 高梨克也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   55th   87 - 92   2009

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    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集(CD-ROM)   26th   2009

  • Micro-Analysis of Observability of Bodies in Soccer

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, SEKINE Kazuki

    Cognitive Studies   26th ( 1 )   236 - 240   2009

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  • 対話におけるあいづち表現の認定とその問題点について

    吉田奈央, 吉田奈央, 高梨克也, 伝康晴

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   15th   2009

  • A scheme of utterance units for dialog research and its evaluation (1)-Short unit utterances-

    伝康晴, 小磯花絵, 丸山岳彦, 前川喜久雄, 高梨克也, 榎本美香, 吉田奈央

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   55th   2009

  • Issues on Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction (6)

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, BONO Mayumi, Katsuya Takanashi, Mayumi Bono

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   23 ( 4 )   537 - 537   2008.7

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  • Issues on Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction (5)(<Commentary Series>Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction)

    BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, Mayumi Bono, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   23 ( 3 )   389 - 389   2008.5

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  • Issues on Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction (4)

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, BONO Mayumi, Katsuya Takanashi, Mayumi Bono

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   23 ( 2 )   264 - 264   2008.3

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  • Issues on Methodology for Analyzing Multi-Party Interaction (3)

    BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, Mayumi Bono, Katsuya Takanashi

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   23 ( 1 )   104 - 104   2008.1

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  • A further investigation into utterance units for dialog research

    伝康晴, 小磯花絵, 丸山岳彦, 前川喜久雄, 高梨克也, 榎本美香, 吉田奈央, 吉田奈央

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   54th   2008

  • Discourse Structure and Gaze Direction Patterns in Multi-Party Interaction

    石崎雅人, 高梨克也, 榎本美香, 伝康晴

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   54th   45 - 50   2008

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  • Analysis of Hearers’ Responses to Proposal Segments in Multi-party Consensus Building Conversation

    高梨克也, 榎本美香, 伝康晴, 片桐恭弘

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   54th   39 - 44   2008

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  • 2: Natural Language: 2-1: Construction of the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese and Annotation Techniques

    内元清貴, 井佐原均, 高梨克也, 竹内和広, 野畑周, 森本郁代, 山田篤

    情報通信研究機構季報   53 ( 3 )   5 - 13   2007

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  • 2 自然言語 2-1 日本語話し言葉コーパスとその構築技術

    内元 清貴, 井佐原 均, 高梨 克也, 竹内 和広, 野畑 周, 森本 郁代, 山田 篤

    情報通信研究機構研究報告   53 ( 3 )   5 - 13   2007

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  • Reconsidering Turn-Taking System in Multiparty Conversation : Focusing on Participation Framework and Non-Verbal Behaviors(Workshop in the 13th Congress)

    TAKANASHI Katsuya

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   9 ( 2 )   106 - 111   2007

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    DOI: 10.19024/jajls.9.2_106

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  • Analysis of Relations between a Response and the Next Question in Free Topical Conversation

    藤本英輝, 高梨克也, 高梨克也, 竹内和広, 河野恭之, 井佐原均, 木戸出正継

    人工知能学会全国大会論文集(CD-ROM)   20th   1 - 4   2006

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  • 自由対話における「働きかけ-応答」ペアの直後に現れる発話の機能分類

    藤本 英輝, 高梨 克也, 竹内 和広, 河野 恭之, 木戸出 正継

    人工知能学会全国大会論文集   6 ( 0 )   75 - 75   2006

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    自由対話のデータでは、働きかけに対する応答の直後にその応答発話を受けて発話が行われる場合がある。本稿ではこのような位置に出現する発話の機能を、会話連鎖構造の観点から分類・整理することを試みる。

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  • On the Conversation Structures in Multi-Party Interactions for Consensus-building

    片桐恭弘, 石崎雅人, 伝康晴, 高梨克也, 坊農真弓, 松坂要佐, 榎本美香

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   106 ( 219(HCS2006 34-40) )   1 - 6   2006

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    In order to set up a framework in which to investigate and understand types of conversation structures in multi-party interactions (MPI), a set of parameters were proposed, to categorize the activities, participants and environments of MPI events. A preliminary investigation was conducted based on the set of parameters on experimentally collected MPI data.

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  • Theoretical Background of Multi-party Interaction Studies-Theories and Applications of Verbal/Nonverbal Communication Analysis-

    坊農真弓, 高梨克也, 角康之, 西田豊明

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   106 ( 219(HCS2006 34-40) )   7 - 12   2006

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    This paper describes an outline of ongoing national and international projects on multi-party interaction studies. In order to carry forward these projects, we posit various verbal/nonverbal communication analyses and those units of analysis on the theoretical framework.

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  • 聞き手デザインとはどのようなデザインか? (ことば工学研究会(第20回)テーマ:ことば:その可能性)

    高梨 克也

    ことば工学研究会   20   3 - 12   2005.7

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  • 複層意味フレーム分析(Multilayered Semantic Frame Analysis)の紹介---領域を問わないオントロジー構築のための効果的な前処理として

    黒田 航, 高梨 克也, 竹内 和弘, 井佐原 均

    人工知能学会全国大会論文集   5 ( 0 )   143 - 143   2005

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    高品質な領域オントロジー構築は,今も昔も人工知能研究の重要な基礎作業である.それ自体は楽しい作業とは言えないが,その品質は,アルゴリズムのよしあし,構想のよしあしと並んで,成果物のよしあしを大きく左右する.だが,私たちが見る限り,高品質の領域オントロジー構築のための「前処理」の段階で,汎用で効果的な意味解析の手法は存在していないように思われる.これがないために,オントロジー開発者は研究の表に出てこない裏の部分では今でも新しい領域に挑戦する度に専門文書の意味解析で四苦八苦しているように思う.知識の自動獲得の技術の精度や性質を考えると,初期データになる人手解析の高度化,省力化,一貫性の向上を可能にする技法の確立は,急務であるように思われる.私たちは,自分たちがBerkeley FrameNetの研究成果(Fillmore, et al.2001, 2003)を参考にしながら開発した複層意味フレーム分析(MSFA)という分析手法がこの目的のために有効であることを示す.MSFAは黒田・井佐原(2004a, b)で意味役割タグづけの技術として考案されたものだが,それは言語から世界知識を取りだすという一般的な目的のために広く使える技法である.とはいえ,MSFAが取りだす知識の単位は語の意味ではなく,それが最終的に提供するのはシソーラスでない.MSFAは言語から呼び出される知識構造を可視化するための道具であり,喩えて言うなら,顕微鏡のように「発見」を支援するのような観察器具として働らく.MSFAは従来の領域オントロジー開発の初期状態に存在した,試行錯誤的て,名人芸的性質の強い解析作業を体系化し,効率化し,おそらく省力化,高品質化する枠組みとなりうる.オントロジー開発という研究の性質上,試行錯誤な部分を完全に消滅させることは不可能だが,MSFAの利用によって,重要な基本情報の見落としや,誤った体系化の危険や,人手分析の際の時間的負荷,能力的選択性を減らすことは十分可能であると考える.

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  • Multilayered Semantic Frame Analysis Serves as a Preprocessing for Domain Ontology Construction

    黒田航, 高梨克也, 竹内和広, 井佐原均

    人工知能学会全国大会論文集(CD-ROM)   19th   1 - 4   2005

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  • 説明的独話における話し手の評価を推定した談話セグメント内容の記述

    竹内和広, 森本郁代, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   11th   2005

  • 会話連鎖を利用した態度情報と参与者間関係の特定方法

    高梨克也, 藤本英輝, 河野恭之, 竹内和広, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   11th   2005

  • An analysis of topic changes in free conversation using conceptual relations.

    藤本英輝, 高梨克也, 河野恭之, 木戸出正継

    人工知能学会全国大会論文集(CD-ROM)   18th   1 - 4   2004

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  • 説明的独話の談話セグメントに対する題名記述法の検討

    竹内和広, 高梨克也, 森本郁代, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   10th ( CD-ROM )   2004

  • 二段階作業による『日本語話し言葉コーパス』の談話構造分析

    森本郁代, 竹内和広, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   10th ( CD-ROM )   2004

  • 『日本語話し言葉コーパス』に現れた挿入構造の分析

    丸山岳彦, 高梨克也, 内元清貴

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   10th ( CD-ROM )   2004

  • Function of Reframing in Discussion.

    乾裕子, 高梨克也, 矢嶋宏光, 井佐原均

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   37th   69 - 74   2003

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  • 話し言葉コーパスへの談話構造タグ付与

    森本郁代, 高梨克也, 竹内和広, 小磯花絵, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   9th   2003

  • 話し言葉の文境界-CSJコーパスにおける文境界の定義と半自動認定

    高梨克也, 丸山岳彦, 内元清貴, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   9th   2003

  • 話し言葉における接続詞「で」の特徴分析

    太田公子, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   9th   2003

  • 説明的独話に対する構造分析の枠組

    竹内和広, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   9th   2003

  • Analysis of Social Agents Using Balance Theory

    NAKAZAWA SATOSHI, NAKANISHI HIDEYUKI, ISHIDA TORU, TAKANASHI KATSUYA

    Transactions of Information Processing Society of Japan   43 ( 12 )   3607 - 3616   2002.12

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    We conducted an experiment to determine whether agents could influence human relations along the lines of the balance theory. We confirmed that our agent could win favorable feelings from subjects by showing an agreeing attitude to them and, conversely, unfavorable feelings by showing a disagreeing attitude. Next, we validated the balance theory as a rule governing both agent-human relations and human relations. In our experiment, we found that the agent could influence subjects' relations providing that they did not have a conversation. As a result of conversation analysis, we conclude that the subjects' tendency to sympathize with others through conversation eliminated the influence of the agent's agreeing or disagreeing attitude.

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  • 文構造の漸進的予測を可能にする日本語の諸特徴の分析

    木田敦子, 高梨克也, 乾裕子, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   8th   2002

  • 話し言葉コーパスへの談話構造タグ付与作業に基づく理論的問題の検討

    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会第19回大会発表論文集, 2002   114 - 115   2002

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  • 評価の局面と形容詞文の解釈

    仲本康一郎, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   8th   2002

  • 自由記述型アンケート回答を対象にした要求意図特定スキーマの提案

    乾裕子, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   8th   2002

  • Balance Theory with Social Agents.

    中沢諭, 中西英之, 石田亨, 高梨克也

    情報処理学会シンポジウム論文集   2002 ( 7 )   2002

  • 三者会話データの収録方法及び分析枠組の概要

    高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   8th   2002

  • Multilevel description system of dialogue: Dialogue act/information exchange levels.

    森本郁代, 高梨克也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   34th   69 - 75   2002

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  • Grammar in dialogue: Smooth turn-taking using Japanese sentence construction.

    木田敦子, 乾裕子, 神崎享子, 高梨克也, 井佐原均

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   33rd   2001

  • Masato Ishizaki and Yasuharu Den. Discourse and Dialogue. (Computation and Language, Volume 3)

    Takanashi Katsuya

    Cognitive Studies   8 ( 2 )   173 - 175   2001

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  • 発話理解の多重性と会話進行 「説明的発話連鎖」の分析から

    高梨克也, 井佐原均

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   7th   2001

  • Anchoring utterances into the organization of dialogue. (1). Where in the dialogue should we find questions and statements?

    高梨克也, 森本郁代

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   31st   49 - 54   2001

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  • How to do observe social interaction with EMCA.

    高梨克也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   30th   29 - 36   2000

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  • Cognitive Science and Folk Psychology : The Right Frame of Mind. : W.F.G.Haselager (Sage Publications,1997)

    3 ( 3 )   194 - 198   1999.3

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  • Coherence' in Various Disciplines

    3 ( 3 )   206 - 213   1999.3

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  • Speech Act Types and Repair Sequence Structure. On the Availability of ‘Explanations for Prior Utterances’.

    高梨克也

    人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会資料   27th ( 27 )   61 - 66   1999

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  • 成員カテゴリーを用いた会話の連鎖・参与構造の記述モデルの実証的研究

    Grant number:18K12369  2018.4 - 2021.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 若手研究  若手研究

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    本研究課題では,「会話コミュニケーションにおいて,いつ,誰が,どのような種類の発話を行い,これに対して,誰が,どのように応答するか」を体系的に説明できる枠組みとして,会話参与者の成員カテゴリーに基づく分析手法を構築し,これをさまざまな実社会場面で収録された会話コーパスを用いて検証することを目的としている.これにより,「誰が」「何を」話すかという会話における二つの基本的問題を相互に関連づけられるようになることに加え,ある成員が会話内で発話を行うというミクロな社会現象をその背後にあるよりマクロな社会的規範という観点に接合する端緒が開かれ,関連社会科学分野へのより広範な貢献も可能になると考えられる.
    この目的を達成するため,本研究課題では,「会話のある時点で.ある成員カテゴリーが活性化されると,ある特定の種類の言語行為を実行しやすくなる」という作業仮説に基づき,この点に関する実会話事例に基づく学術知を体系的に蓄積していくことを中心的な手法としている.
    より具体的には,会話場面の種類に応じて,用いられる成員カテゴリーや言語行為の種類にも,また,それぞれに特徴的な言語表現や発話連鎖パターンにも多様性があることを想定し,A) 職能中心型,B) 自己開示型,C) 知識中心型,D) コミュニティ型といった異なる種類の会話データを対象とする.これらのデータについて,①言語行為と成員カテゴリーとの間の規範的結びつき,②言語表現と発話連鎖パターン,の観点からの分析を行うことを通じて,「会話のある時点において特定の参与者が特定の種類の発話を行うのは《なぜ》なのか」を,会話事例に基づき実証的に説明できる体系的な理論的枠組みの構築を目指して事例分析とモデルの洗練化を進めている.

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  • Multimodal Analysis of Simultaneity and Sequentiality in "Utterances" in Spoken Japanese and Japanese Sign Language

    Grant number:21520399  2009 - 2011

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, BONO Mayumi, YASUI Eiko, HOSOMA Hiromichi, HORIUCHI Yasuo, HARADA Naomi, KANDA Kazuyuki, JOH Ayami

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    This research explicates the temporal structures between linguistic and non-verbal behaviors in Spoken Japanese and Japanese Sign Language conversation. Using video recording of ordinary conversation in Spoken Japanese and in Japanese Sign Language, it is analyzed how"utterances"are synthesized from linguistic expressions and bodily behaviors such as gestures, and how such"utterances"construct sequential relations in conversation.

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  • 相互行為分析を用いた地域高齢者の複層的調査に基づく地域コミュニケーション学の確立

    Grant number:22K18259  2022.6 - 2027.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  挑戦的研究(開拓)

    高梨 克也, 相川 陽一, 福島 万紀, 今村 晴彦, 丸山 真央

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  • Building an academic community and network for the establishment of embodied semiotics

    Grant number:22H05012  2022.5 - 2025.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (B)

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  • Foundation of Multimodal Semiotics Targeting Gestures Accompanying Speech Conversation

    Grant number:22H05013  2022.5 - 2025.3

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  • 会話における発話のアドレスの多様性:コーパスアノテーションに基づく実証的研究

    Grant number:22H00654  2022.4 - 2025.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(B)

    傳 康晴, 高梨 克也, 岡本 雅史, 居關 友里子, 門田 圭祐

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  • Multimodal analysis of the relationship between Japanese grammar and embodiment

    Grant number:21K00524  2021.4 - 2025.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

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  • 祭りの伝承における共同体〈心体知〉の体現から生まれる共在感覚の解明

    Grant number:19KT0003  2019.7 - 2022.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(B)  基盤研究(B)

    榎本 美香, 傳 康晴, 寺岡 丈博, 高梨 克也, 阿部 廣二

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    本研究の目的は、祭りを伝承する者たちが共同体〈心体知〉を体現することで、成員相互に生まれる共在感覚のあり方を解明することである。研究初年度である令和元年度はデータの収録と整備を行いつつ、共同体〈心体知〉の体現過程の相互行為分析に着手した。
    1. 祭りの支度場面データの収録・整備:長野県下高井郡野沢温泉村にて、道祖神祭り(1/15)と湯澤神社例祭(9/8, 9)の支度を担う「三夜講」という数え42歳に連なる3年代の集団の3世代の活動場面を収録した。御神木伐採行事(元年10月12日から14日)、道祖神祭り準備・本番(2年1月9日から16日)において行われる主だった活動を収録した。また、湯澤神社例祭(元年9月5日から10日)の準備作業と祭り本番も収録した。
    2. 共同体〈心体知〉の体現過程の相互行為分析:世話人と見習いの同じ役職の者同士が同じ場で協同活動(同時的共同)を行うことを通じて、祭りの共同体〈心体知〉を伝える方法を微視的マルチモーダル分析の手法で分析した。見習いから世話人・後見人という経時的な変化を経る中で(経時的共同)、同じ個人が共同体〈心体知〉を体得する過程を分析した。
    これらの分析の結果、同一日の早朝の時間帯から10時過ぎ、昼過ぎ、午後と短い時間のスパンの中でも共同体〈心体知〉の学習が着実に生じており、特に初めてこの作業に参加する見習いたちが著しく1日の中で成長していく様を明らかにすることができた。

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  • Development of Training Program for Japanese Industries in Globalized Society: Targeting Japanese and Foreign Human Resource

    Grant number:18H00681  2018.4 - 2022.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    IKEDA KEIKO

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    Grant amount:\15860000 ( Direct Cost: \12200000 、 Indirect Cost:\3660000 )

    In this study, we have developed an educational model to cultivate intercultural communication skills, such as the ability to assess situations and select language actions (actions) that bring desired effects and results based on appropriate awareness in daily situations in which people with multicultural backgrounds work together. Through the process of Description and Interpretation of one's own linguistic behavior, one's awareness is clarified, and through training in specific interaction (practical dialogue), one's awareness (interpretation/evaluation) is changed. In the final year of the research period, we conducted a demonstration experiment with the cooperation of a private company, in which we applied a test tool to measure the level of cross-cultural understanding, conducted training based on the results, and conducted follow-up interviews.

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  • Research on Concern Alignment in Rational-Empathetic Interaction and its Application to Consensus Building Support

    Grant number:18H03292  2018.4 - 2021.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    KATAGIRI YASUHIRO

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    Grant amount:\17420000 ( Direct Cost: \13400000 、 Indirect Cost:\4020000 )

    This research was aimed at establishing an analytical framework and a
    computational model of the Rational-Empathetic Interaction processes in consensus building. Conversational practices in real-life fields, including medical communication, business communication, and community-building dialogues, were analyzed in terms of the notion of 'concern alignment' we have proposed. The process of concern alignment was identified as a joint exploration by conversational participants in the concern/proposal space. Through a critical examination of Plan-based shared agency theory and Higher-order desire theory of self-governing agent theory, a model of Rational-Empathetic Interaction agent was proposed based on the idea of concern alignment. A preliminary attempt of developing multimodal social communication-support technology was conducted in educational and everyday life domains.

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  • Construction of corpora of Japanese conversations in everyday and institutional settings and new directions in language and interaction studies

    Grant number:17H00914  2017.4 - 2021.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

    Den Yasuharu

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    Grant amount:\43420000 ( Direct Cost: \33400000 、 Indirect Cost:\10020000 )

    In this research project, we developed corpora of Japanese conversations in institutional settings including instruction-learning situation, and utilized them together with a corpus of everyday conversation to bring language and interaction studies in new directions. In particular, we made new findings on such topics as multimodal instruction-learning activity, group learning, interactional approach to perception, recruitment for assistance. These findings can create new paradigm in future studies of language and interaction. Furthermore, as fundamentals of these research, we developed an annotation scheme for dialog acts and applied it to the Corpus of Everyday Japanese Conversation, which is included in its published version.

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  • Social Interaction in Encounter and Greeting: From the Common Basis of Human and Animal

    Grant number:16K12445  2016.4 - 2019.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research  Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research

    Kimura Daiji, TAKANASHI Katsuya, NAKAMURA Michio, HANAMURA Shunkichi

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    Grant amount:\3510000 ( Direct Cost: \2700000 、 Indirect Cost:\810000 )

    In this research, we tried to discuss humans and animals on the same ground, with the theme of "encounter" and the "greeting". As a result, the vision was obtained that "encounter" must be captured in social contexts where meeting and partings are repeated. Through the research, we could have accurate analyses on various cases at encountering and parting. In addition, in parting, it became clear that humans exchange greetings, but other animals do not show such behavior; this finding will provide clues to clarify the unique nature of human interaction.

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  • Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Project Towards the Ecosophical Turn in Literary Theory

    Grant number:15H03202  2015.4 - 2018.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    Mihara Yoshiaki, NAKAGAWA Natsuko, NAKATANI Kazuto, Andrea De Antoni, AKAMINE Kosuke, KAWAKAMI Carine

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    Grant amount:\15730000 ( Direct Cost: \12100000 、 Indirect Cost:\3630000 )

    Humanities has been institutionalized in accordance with the "faculties" of human subjects, but it is now of great urgency that it be reformulated as <scientia> of "living beings" in general. Young scholars in various fields, who shared this sense of urgency, formed the "Ecosophy Collective" so as to search for a possible invention of certain unconventional and innovative forms of "interdisciplinary collaborative research" by virtue of the collective fieldworks and dialogical collaborations with non-academic practitioners such as artists and community workers. Apart from those "practical" achievements, we have also been engaged in a "theoretical" project whose objective is to bring the "ecological turn" in literary theory into that of the humanities in general. Those practical as well as theoretical pursuits have successfully found their solid points of departure during the designated research period and enjoyed certain recognition both interdisciplinarily and internationally.

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  • Concern Alignment Analysis of Mutual Trust Formation in Dialogue and its Application to Communication Support

    Grant number:15H02752  2015.4 - 2018.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    KATAGIRI Yasuhiro, OKADA SYOGO, NAMBU MISAKO

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    Grant amount:\16380000 ( Direct Cost: \12600000 、 Indirect Cost:\3780000 )

    This research was aimed at establishing an analytical framework and a computational model of the conversational processes in consensus building and mutual trust formation and its maintenance. Conversational practices in real-life fields, including medical communication, business communication, and community-building dialogues, were analyzed in terms of the notion of 'concern alignment' we have proposed. It was demonstrated that the concern alignment model of conversation provides a useful framework to describe strategic interactions for consensus building as well as underlying value sharing for trust formation by capturing macro-level discourse structures manifesting and supporting the processes. integration and comparison were also attempted, in order to develop a communication support technology based on the descriptive theory of concern alignment, with standard theories of shared intentional of social agents.

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  • The elucidation of the group learning mechanism of community-specific `ethos,' `coordinated body skills,' and `common knowledge'

    Grant number:15H02715  2015.4 - 2018.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    ENOMOTO Mika, TAKANASHI Katsuya

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    Grant amount:\14170000 ( Direct Cost: \10900000 、 Indirect Cost:\3270000 )

    We clarified the leaning mechanism of the community-specific `ethos,' `coordinated body skills,' and `common knowledge,' which are inherited from generation to generation through the preparatory works for a traditional festival. i) `Ethos': values, insight, and confidence that the members of the community have (e.g., consideration for others and the spirits of self-sacrifice); ii) `Coordinated body skills': collaborative techniques required for controlling the force and the placement of the bodies among the members (e.g., synchronization between the rhythm of singing and the operation on trees and ropes); and iii) `Knowledge': common knowledge about the usage of festival equipments and traditional conventions (e.g., the names of parts of woods and of rope knitting).
    We analyzed how the members of the community learn these `ethos,' `coordinated body skills,' and `common knowledge' through detailed video analysis, and revealed the model of the group learning.

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  • Development of Dialogue Skills Training Program for Scientists

    Grant number:26282035  2014.4 - 2018.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    Kano Kei

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    Grant amount:\13260000 ( Direct Cost: \10200000 、 Indirect Cost:\3060000 )

    We have developed a Dialogue Skills Training program which has dealt with the dialogue especially in science cafes and has been designed for early-career scientists to be able to tell the story about their research outputs and outcomes in context with public needs, to re-consider their research and development in social contexts, and to have public sympathy .
    We have also focused on assessing Dialogue Skills, using a rubric, one of the evaluation methods. We have conducted conversation analysis of the participants in DST program and we showed that the rubric we have developed has brought scientists clear criteria or standards for them to easily understand or improve “science communication” skills.

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  • Modeling dialog processes based on annotation of conversational sequences

    Grant number:26284055  2014.4 - 2017.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    Den Yasuharu, ISEKI Yuriko, DAIJU Saori

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    Grant amount:\16640000 ( Direct Cost: \12800000 、 Indirect Cost:\3840000 )

    (1) An annotation scheme for conversational sequences including adjacency pairs, retro-sequences, sequence expansions, and response tokens has been formulated. (2) The sequence annotation scheme was applied to existing dialog corpora, which formed the basis for analysis of characteristics of conversational sequences and extension to annotation of ordinary conversations. (3) Listener's response tokens and third-position responses, as well as filled pauses, in dialog corpora were annotated and analyzed to construct a prediction model for the choice among various word forms. (4) Conversational sequences involving multi-unit initiating turns and their responding turns were analyzed to elucidate their interactional functions. (5) Instances of "utterances not belonging to conversational sequences" were analyzed to illustrate practices used by speakers to avoid being approved as a recipient or recognized as responding to the other's prior turns.

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  • Understanding Interactional Practices of Science Communicators: As An Example of Knowledge Interface

    Grant number:25540091  2013.4 - 2016.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research  Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research

    BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, OGATA Hiroaki, SUMI Yasuyuki, MIYAO Yusuke, SATOH Shin'ichi, Osaki Akihiro, JOH Ayami, MAKINO Ryosaku, MOURI Kousuke, OCHIAI Hiromi, HONDA Tomomi, MORITA Yuko, SUNAGA Masafumi, SAKAIDA Rui, SATO Miyu, MATSUMOTO Mari

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    Grant amount:\3770000 ( Direct Cost: \2900000 、 Indirect Cost:\870000 )

    Science Communicators (SCs) at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) have important roles as an interface between academic researchers and the citizens. At first, we wonder what the visitors learn and how they experience scientific things from the viewpoint of scientific research. The purpose of this study is to create the framework which we evaluate SCs' communication skills. We aims to build a communication theory and model to observe SCs' and visitors' interactional practices at Science Museum. In details, we filmed their activities at Miraikan and analyze them from the perspectives of Interaction Analysis and Multimodal Analysis. Finally, we shared our preliminary findings with the citizens through the outreach activities which were held as a Scientific Event organized by Miraikan.

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  • Cultural and ecological foundations of education and learning: An anthropological study on rhythm, imitation, and exchange

    Grant number:24242035  2012.4 - 2016.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

    Takada Akira, TAKAGI Tomoyo, KIMURA Daiji, KANEKO Morie, TAKANASHI Katsuya, SHIMADA Yohko, BURDELSKI Matthew

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    Grant amount:\43810000 ( Direct Cost: \33700000 、 Indirect Cost:\10110000 )

    The primary investigator has clarified the system by which responsibility is formed culturally, based on our concept that both child and caregiver develop responsibility gradually, according to their ability to respond during interactions. Based on these studies, this project aims to reconsider the foundations of human education and learning. Thus in our research, carried out in countries in Asia and Africa, including Japan, we collected and analyzed empirical data related to (1) the development of rhythm, (2) the development of imitation, and (3) the development of exchange in caregiver-child (from fetus to four year-old) interactions, and clarified the cultural and ecological structures that shape the patterns of education and learning. For this purpose, our research team held data session for 30 times, and the Seminar of Anthropology of Education and Learning for 16 times during the research period. Additionally, we made the annual reports for the research participants.

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  • Multimodal Analysis and Concern Alignment Model for Mutual Trust Formation in Conversations

    Grant number:24300061  2012.4 - 2016.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    KATAGIRI YASUHIRO, ISHIZAKI MASATO, DEN YASUHARU, TAKANASHI KATSUYA, ENOMOTO MIKA, SUMI YASUYUKI, OKADA SYOGO, NAMBU MISAKO

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    Grant amount:\18070000 ( Direct Cost: \13900000 、 Indirect Cost:\4170000 )

    This research was aimed at establishing a computational model of the processes of consensus building and mutual trust formation/maintenance through conversational interactions. Real-life medical communication and business communication dialogue corpus data were analyzed in terms of the notion of 'concern alignment' we have proposed. We demonstrated that the concern alignment model of conversation can provide a useful framework to describe strategic interactions for consensus building as well as underlying value sharing for trust formation by capturing macro-level discourse structures manifesting and supporting the processes. A simple game-theoretical model of multi-issue negotiation was also proposed as a basis for computational modeling of the processes of concern alignment.

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  • Constructing cognitive and communicative models for dialog based on utterance-unit annotations

    Grant number:23320081  2011.4 - 2014.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    DEN Yasuharu, TAKANASHI Katsuya, KOISO Hanae, ENOMOTO Mika, MASUDA Masanobu, MAEKAWA Kikuo, MARUYAMA Takehiko, YOSHIDA Nao, YOKOMORI Daisuke, NAKAGAWA Natsuko, KUROSHIMA Satomi, TAKAGI Kazuhiro

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    Grant amount:\18850000 ( Direct Cost: \14500000 、 Indirect Cost:\4350000 )

    (1) Syntactic and prosodic factors relevant to the incremental prediction of utterance ending have been identified through corpus analyses and listening experiments. (2) Based on annotations of the information status (new vs. given) of elements in utterance beginning, and other places, their correlates with utterance prosody and speaker's cognitive load have been elucidated. (3) Questions with some forms of construction were investigated with respect to their interactional constraints on possible responses from other participants. (4) Various types of response tokens were examined as to how they are used depending on sequential contexts and to what effects they have in interaction. (5) To achieve these results, rich annotations of dialog corpora were produced and implemented as relational databases based on a newly-developed schema.

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  • A Colloquial Corpus of Japanese Sign Language: The Growth of Linguistic Awareness between Deaf and Hearing

    Grant number:23320092  2011.4 - 2014.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    BONO Mayumi, OSUGI Yutaka, KIKUCHI Kouhei, HORIUCHI Yasuo, HARADA Naomi, TAKANASHI Katsuya

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    Grant amount:\19110000 ( Direct Cost: \14700000 、 Indirect Cost:\4410000 )

    The purpose of this project was to increase awareness of sign language as a distinctive language in Japan. This corpus is beneficial not only to linguistic research but also to hearing-impaired and deaf individuals, as it helps them to recognize and respect their linguistic differences and communication styles. This is the first large-scale JSL corpus developed for both academic and public use. We collected data in three ways: interviews (for introductory purposes only), dialogues, and lexical elicitation. We focused particularly on data collected during a dialogue to discuss the application of conversation analysis (CA) to signed dialogues and signed conversations. Our annotation scheme was designed not only to elucidate theoretical issues related to grammar and linguistics but also to clarify pragmatic and interactional phenomena related to the use of JSL.

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  • Co-creation support of Polymorphic Communication in the field of mental health: Toward constructing a newly "open" relationship among all concerned

    Grant number:23330183  2011.4 - 2014.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    ENOMOTO Mika, OKAMOTO Masashi, YAMAKAWA Yuriko, MATSUSHIMA Takeshi, KUSHIDA Shuya, TAKANASHI Katsuya

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    Grant amount:\14950000 ( Direct Cost: \11500000 、 Indirect Cost:\3450000 )

    We developed the concept of Polymorphic Communication Intervention (PCI) in order to construct a newly "open" relationship between the Communication Challenged (CC), with higher brain dysfunction or psychiatric disorder, and all the other participants in the field of mental health, including psychiatrists, nurses, occupational therapists, and CC's families, which enables them to share the communicative disabilities of CC as a collective matter. PCI consists of the following strategies: (a) establishing communicative polyphony, (b) multiplying social roles. For the purpose of composing the communicative polyphony, we have designed each setting of liaison conference in a rehabilitation hospital and of case discussion among welfare facilities to effectively share different perspectives of medical or welfare experts. We also have multiplied social roles in CC themselves through the Kimono therapy and mock job interviews, designed to give chances for them to play different roles.

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  • Structures of mutual trust formation in conversational interactions

    Grant number:21300055  2009 - 2011

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    KATAGIRI Yasuhiro, ISHIZAKI Masato, TAKANASHI Katsuya, ENOMOTO Mika, DEN Yasuharu, MATSUSAKA Yosuke, BONO Mayumi, TAKANASHI Katsuya

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    Grant amount:\17290000 ( Direct Cost: \13300000 、 Indirect Cost:\3990000 )

    This research was aimed at establishing a computational model of the process of mutual trust formation and its maintenance through dialogue and conversational exchanges. Medical domain dialogue data were collected to obtain conversational corpus that constitute the empirical basis for the research. The idea of 'concern alignment' was then proposed to describe the trust formation/maintenance processes, and analysis of medical domain dialogues was conducted to support the model.

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  • Elucidating the generation-dissolution mechanism of communication gaps toward the realization of mental deviation absorbing society

    Grant number:20200043  2008 - 2010

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (Research a proposed research project)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (Research a proposed research project)

    ENOMOTO Mika, OKAMOTO Masashi, YAMAKAWA Yuriko, MATSUSHIMA Takeshi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, MATSUOKA Keiko, KOTANI Izumi

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    Grant amount:\31720000 ( Direct Cost: \24400000 、 Indirect Cost:\7320000 )

    The outcome of this research aims to contribute to the welfare of the communication-handicapped (i.e. people with schizoid personality disorder or higher brain dysfunction) by focusing on communication gaps in conversations of/with them. We elucidated the mechanism of how the gaps are detected, dissolved, and absorbed by participants in conversation from the perspective that the social-personal attributes and the verbal and nonverbal components of conversational acts interact with one another in communication.

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  • A study on annotation of utterance units and their functions in dialogs

    Grant number:20320057  2008 - 2010

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    DEN Yasuharu, KOISO Hanae, MARUYAMA Takehiko, MAEKAWA Kikuo, TAKANASHI Katsuya, ENOMOTO Mika

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    Grant amount:\20670000 ( Direct Cost: \15900000 、 Indirect Cost:\4770000 )

    (1) An annotation scheme for utterance-units in Japanese dialogs, by which utterances with two different granularities, i.e., Long and Short Utterance-Units, are identified, has been proposed and verified its efficacy.
    (2) Strict and consistent procedures for the utterance-unit annotation has been developed and documented.
    (3) For a set of dialogs consisting of a total of 40-minute recordings, long and short utterance-units have been annotated, together with other linguistic and interactional information such as morphological, prosodic, and turn-taking information.
    (4) Annotation of response tokens, which is not covered by the utterance-unit annotation scheme, has also been documented and conducted for the same set of data.
    (5) Based on these annotated data, a number of novel and advanced findings have been obtained.

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  • Cultural formation of responsibility in caregiver-child interactions

    Grant number:19672002  2007 - 2011

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (S)  Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (S)

    TAKADA Akira, SHIMADA Yohko, KAWASHIMA Michie, TAKANASHI Katsuya, TAKAGI Tomoyo, ITO Noriko

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    Grant amount:\65520000 ( Direct Cost: \50400000 、 Indirect Cost:\15120000 )

    This study clarified the system by which responsibility is formed culturally, based on our concept that both child and caretaker develop responsibility gradually, according to their ability to respond during interactions. Specifically, we collected data from various cultural groups, including those in Japan, Asia, Africa, and the United States, and analyzed the data from the following four perspectives :(1) Reciprocal accommodation of contingent behaviors capitalizing on infant regularities,(2) Musicality in early vocal communication,(3) Displaying and reading agency by young children,(4) Sequential organization of imitation activity.

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  • A study of `utterance'structure of spoken and signed language, and gestures

    Grant number:18520347  2006 - 2008

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    TAKANASHI Katsuya, HARADA Nawomi, TAKANASHI Katsuya, HORIUCHI Yasuo, KATAGIRI Yasuhiro, KANDA Kazuyuki, HOSOMA Hiromichi, HARADA Nawomi, HORIUCHI Yasuo, KANDA Kazuyuki, HOSOMA Hiromichi, BONO Mayumi, JOU Ayami

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  • Conversation structure analysis of multi-party consensus-building interactions

    Grant number:18300052  2006 - 2008

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    KATAGIRI Yasuhiro, ISHIZAKI Masato, DEN Yasuharu, TAKANASHI Katsuya, ENOMOTO Mika, MATSUSAKA Yosuke, BONO Mayumi

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    Grant amount:\17000000 ( Direct Cost: \14300000 、 Indirect Cost:\2700000 )

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  • 指定討論:子どもの行為の連鎖的意味づけ Invited

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    日本発達心理学会第35回大会会員企画自主シンポジウム6PM1-G-SS02「観察法から迫る乳児期の指さしの新事実」  2024.3 

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    Event date: 2024.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

  • 相互行為と他者の情動:プラグマティズムの系譜から Invited

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    シンポジウム「情動と仮想空間-感覚を通じた距離と共在の再考」  2024.1  科研費基盤研究B(21H00650)「仮想空間における宗教的遠隔治療に関する情動・感覚の文化人類学的研究」

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    Event date: 2024.1

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

  • アドレス行動の認知語用論的モデル化

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    日本語用論学会第26回大会ワークショップ1「会話における発話のアドレス性」  2023.12 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (public)  

  • 他者行動の理解における動作の時間的特徴の重要性

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    日本質的心理学会第20回大会会員企画シンポジウム18「行動の時間的特徴とその表現技法-静止画による動作の表現可能性をめぐって-」  2023.11 

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    Event date: 2023.11

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (public)  

  • 指定討論:「理解する」ことから「理解している」ことへの遡行 Invited

    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会第40回大会オーガナイズドセッションOS01「行為と活動から「理解」を考える」  2023.9 

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    Event date: 2023.9

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

  • 「他者の認知の利用」と指標記号

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    コミュニケーションの自然誌研究会  2023.7 

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    Event date: 2023.7

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  • 来年度からの調査の概要とお願い

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    「農山村と都市のつながりに関する調査研究」成果報告会  2023.3 

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    Venue:天龍村老人福祉センター  

  • 共○のレベル~成員性の観点から~ Invited

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    第5回Diversity Jammingサロン  2022.10 

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    Venue:オンライン  

  • 日常生活環境での乳幼児の注意発達と大人による注意行為 Invited

    高梨克也

    国立国語研究所ショートトーク  2022.10 

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    Language:Japanese  

    Venue:オンライン  

  • フィールドインタラクション分析の技法としての「活動」概念

    高梨克也

    ことば・認知・インタラクション10  2022.3 

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  • In another context:~オカベ文に辿り着くまで/辿り着いてから~ Invited

    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会教育環境のデザイン分科会企画「ファンカルチャーのデザイン」を愉しむ会  2021.11 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

  • 調理法は後から決めてもよいか~あるいは,ブレの技法~ Invited

    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会第38回大会OS03「文化的実践における認知研究の相互理解に向けて―理論や世界観と知見の関係を探る―」  2021.9 

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  • 大人の世界につきあうという普遍的課題 Invited

    高梨克也

    日本認知科学会「教育環境のデザイン」分科会合評会  2020.10  日本認知科学会「教育環境のデザイン」分科会

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

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  • 動作の前に力の大きさを決める Invited

    高梨克也

    第89回人工知能学会言語・音声理解と対話処理研究会  2020.9 

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  • WOZとの比較による自律型アンドロイドERICAの傾聴対話システムの評価

    井上昂治, Divesh Lala, 山本賢太, 中村静, 高梨克也, 河原達也

    日本音響学会2020年秋季研究発表会  2020.8 

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    2020.10 - 2021.3 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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    2020.4 - 2021.3 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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    2020.4 - 2021.3 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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    2020.4 - 2021.3 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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  • 心理・発達・行動学実験演習

    2020.4 - 2021.3 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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  • コミュニケーション論

    2020.4 - 2020.9 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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  • 社会学概論

    2020.4 - 2020.9 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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    2020.4 - 2020.9 Institution:滋賀県立大学

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