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重点サンプリングを用いたGAによる強化学習

土谷 千加夫; 木村 元; 佐久間 淳; 小林 重信

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

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運動観察学習中の運動熟練度による視線特徴の検討

塗木 淳夫; 下園 朋幸; 川畑 匠朗; 山田 正文; 湯ノ口 万友; 丸山 敦夫

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

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設計型学習における多様な問題の生成について

國兼 沙也佳; 宮本 翔太; 岩根 典之; 松原 行宏; 岡本 勝
2010-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

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計算の簡略化による実世界での行動方法に関する基礎検討

兼平 卓史; 橋山 智訓; 岩田 満; 田野 俊一
2006-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

22

血行力学的パラメーターによるeラーニング受講者の生理評価研究

野村 収作; C. M. Althaff Irfan; 山岸 隆雄; 黒澤 儀将; 矢島 邦昭; 中平 勝子; 小川 信之; Santoso Handri; 福村 好美

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

25

腰椎椎間板ヘルニアに対するMED法―初期症例の反省

藤林 俊介; 根尾 昌志; 宮田 誠彦; 竹本 充; 中村 孝志

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

33

組織システムにおける学習障害

一宮 誠; 阿辻 茂夫; 施 學昌; 浅井 潤司
2007-01-01

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34

簡易学習管理システムの一実践

宮腰 隆; 堂下 裕樹; 沖野 浩二; 田島 正登

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

51

物理的な人間ーロボット間インタラクションを利用した柔軟関節ロボットの運動学習

池本 周平; ベン アモル ヘニ; 港 隆史; 石黒 浩; ユング バーンハード
2009-01-01

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52

片側椎弓切除術の低侵襲性について

細江 英夫; 清水 克時; 宮本 敬; 田中 健一郎; 西本 博文

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

70

投機的変数選択による高速online学習

大島 龍二; *山内 康一郎; 大森 隆司
2006-01-01

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73

應問

心理研究;  Vol. 18 (1920) No. 105  pp.272-274

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

90

学生アンケートに基づくe-learning授業評価モデルの検討

石田 崇; 雲居 玄道; 後藤 正幸; 後藤 幸功; 平澤 茂一
2010-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

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大学院教育の高度化を志向したe-Learningコンテンツ作成支援システムの開発

小薗 和剛; 釜賀 誠一; 喜屋武 毅; 大嶋 康裕; 秋冨 裕紀; 秋山 秀典

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

125

マクロアクションの導入による強化学習の高速化

川島 優樹; 太田 良平; 恩田 宏; 小澤 誠一
2008-01-01

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タイムフリー・スペースフリーな遠隔講義を実現する

筒口 拳; 島田 健一郎; 若原 俊彦; 安吉 逸季; 松本 充司

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クアドラント開窓器を用いた腰椎低侵襲除圧術

東野 恒作; 西良 浩一; 加藤 真介; 酒井 紀典; 安井 夏生

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

149

カーレースゲームへのファジィQ学習の適用

馬野 元秀; 岸本 文哉; 瀬田 和久
2010-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

165

e-Learningの適用性と評価法について

野須 潔; 高橋 寛幸; 木村 英俊
2002-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

171

Visual representation of prosody for tactful communication skills – the case of request in Japanese as a Foreign Language taught to French university students

Kamiyama, Takeki; Yamamoto, Yoshino

Some foreign/second language learners end up producing utterances which sound rude to native listeners. Learners have to use not only appropriate vocabulary items, expressions, constructions, and communication strategies, but also appropriate prosody that accompanies them. However, similar prosodic ...

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172

Using KCCA for Japanese-English cross-language information retrieval and classification

Li, Y; Shawe-Taylor, J

Kernel Canonical Correlation Analysis (KCCA) is a method of correlating linear relationship between two variables in a kernel dened feature space. A machine learning algorithm based on KCCA is studied for cross-language information retrieval. We apply the algorithm in Japanese-English cross-language...

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173

Training the Brain to Weight Speech Cues Differently: A Study of Finnish Second-language Users of English

Ylinen, S; Uther, M; Latvala, A; Vepsalainen, S; Iverson, P; Akahane-Yamada, R; Naatanen, R

Foreign-language learning is a prime example of a task that entails perceptual learning. The correct comprehension of foreign-language speech requires the correct recognition of speech sounds. The most difficult speech-sound contrasts for foreign-language learners often are the ones that have multip...

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The relationship between pronunciation and listening discrimination when Japanese natives are learning English

Shimamune, Satoru; Smith, Stacey L.

Two Japanese students were taught to pronounce and discriminate English words that contain unfamiliar phonemic contrasts (e.g., rock and lock). Teaching pronunciation was found to be easier than teaching listening discrimination. Teaching listening discrimination resulted in collateral improvement i...

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The learning process and the market: the Japanese capital goods sector in the early twentieth century

Nakaoka, Tetsuro

Professor Tetsuro Nakaoka, formerly of Osaka University, and now of the Faculty of Management, Osaka University of Economics, gave a seminar on Japanese industrial development at the Suntory-Toyota Centre during 1992. Although it was not possible to publish that paper as a STICERD discussion paper, ...

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176

The ideal L2 selves of Japanese learners of English

Ryan, Stephen

This thesis attempts to reinterpret language learning motivation through a consideration of the possibilities of applying theories of the self to L2 motivation theory. There were two overriding aims guiding my research; firstly to empirically test theoretical proposals suggesting that the concept of...

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The effects of aromatase inhibition on testosterone-dependent conditioned rhythmic cloacal sphincter movements in male Japanese quail

Cornil, Charlotte; Holloway, KS; Taziaux, W; Balthazart, Jacques

Male Japanese quail produce a foam that, along with semen, is transferred to the quail hen during copulation. This foam has been reported to increase fertility, prolong sperm motility, and enhance sperm competition. Action of the cloacal sphincter muscles in response to visual exposure to a female p...

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Technology Transfer and Technological Capability Building in Informal Firms in Tanzania

Szogs, Astrid

Technology transfer is important to understand how knowledge is transformed to economic value. Applying a case study approach, this thesis investigates the technology transfer efforts from the University of Dar Es Salaam to indigenous informal SMEs in Tanzania and examines the impact of one of their...

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Tacit knowledge problem in multinational corporations: Japanese and US offshore knowledge incubators

Lam, Alice

This paper examines the ‘cognitive’ and ‘societal’ aspects of the tacit knowledge transfer problem in MNCs. Based on a comparative analysis of the overseas R&D labs of US and Japanese MNCs in the UK, it examines how home-based models of learning influence MNCs’ transnational social spaces for learni...

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Speech perception in rats: Use of duration and rise time cues in labeling of affricate/fricative sounds

Reed, P; Howell, P; Sackin, S; Pizzimenti, L; Rosen, S

The voiceless affricate/fricative contrast has played an important role in developing auditory theories of speech perception. This type of theory draws some of its support from experimental data on animals. However, nothing is known about differential responding of affricate/fricative continua by an...

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Role of prosody in segmental perception in L2

Kamiyama, Takeki; Shinohara, Shigeko

This paper focuses on the role of prosody in segmental perception of CCV cluster vs. CVCV in French by Japanese speakers learning French. We studied Japanese speakers' perception of minimal pair words in French of the type /blɛt/ vs. /bulɛt/ embedded in different intonation contours, with higher or ...

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Relative Distress and Return Distribution Characteristics of Japanese Stocks, a Fuzzy-Probabilistic Approach

Bergh, W.M. van den; Steenbeek, O.W.; Berg, J. van den

In this article, we demonstrate that a direct relation exists between the context of Japanese firms indicating relative distress and conditional return distribution properties. We map cross-sectional vectors with company characteristics on vectors with return feature vectors, using a fuzzy identific...

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192

Q学習における状態空間と行動空間の分節化

和田 浩之; 野津 亮; 市橋 秀友; 本多 克宏
2008-01-01

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Positing A Growth-Centric Learning of Empathy Models in HSI

レガスピ ロベルト; 福井 健一; 森山 甲一; 栗原 聡; 沼尾 正行
2008-01-01

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Phonetic training with acoustic cue manipulations: A comparison of methods for teaching English vertical bar r vertical bar-vertical bar l vertical bar to Japanese adults

Iverson, P; Hazan, V; Bannister, K

Recent work [Iverson et al. (2003) Cognition, 87, B47-57] has suggested that Japanese adults have difficulty learning English /r/ and /l/ because they are overly sensitive to acoustic cues that are not reliable for /r/-/l/ categorization (e.g., F2 frequency). This study investigated whether cue weig...

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Perception of Foreign Accentedness in L2 Prosody and Segments: L1 Japanese Speakers Learning L2 French

Kamiyama, Takeki

In order to examine the production of Japanese-speaking L2 learners of French, a series of perception tests were conducted with 17 native speakers of French (from mainland France). The subjects listened to French short phrases 1) synthesized with Mbrola using (European standard and Canadian) French ...

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Perancangan Aplikasi Pengajaran Berbantu Komputer Untuk Mempelajari Bahasa Jepang

Vongsisca, Vityria

Aplikasi Berbantuan Komputer untuk mempelajari Bahasa Jepang ini adalah suatu aplikasi yang dirancang untuk membantu user untuk mempelajari Bahasa Jepang dengan lebih mudah. Aplikasi ini dirancang dengan menggunakan program Macromedia Flash dengan bantuan program Sony Sound Forge untuk mengedit suar...

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PINUP

情報管理;  Vol. 45 (2002) No. 8  pp.594-

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

201

PBL(Problem Based Learning)テュートリアルにおけるシナリオ設定およびテューターによる学習支援の留意点

鈴木 学; 細木 一成; 福山 勝彦; 郭 丹; 橋谷 美智子; 安村 寿男; 二瓶 隆一; 木村 哲彦; 丸山 仁司

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PBLテュートリアルの自己学習達成レベルとグループ学習達成レベルとの比較

鈴木 学; 細木 一成; 福山 勝彦; 郭 丹; 橋谷 美智子; 安村 寿男; 二瓶 隆一; 木村 哲彦; 丸山 仁司

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PBLテュートリアルの自己学習達成レベルとグループ学習達成レベルとの比較

鈴木 学; 細木 一成; 福山 勝彦; 郭 丹; 橋谷 美智子; 安村 寿男; 二瓶 隆一; 木村 哲彦; 丸山 仁司
2009-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

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OKINAWA STATEMENT

学術の動向;  Vol. 8 (2003) No. 8  pp.74-76

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

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Neuronal cell adhesion molecule L1 expression and learning ability in the rat model received X-irradiation

孫 学智; ZHANG Rui; CUI Chun; 澤田 和彦; 久野 節二; 福井 義浩; 米原 英典
2008-01-01

J-STAGE (Japan) (Japanese)

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Neural signatures of phonetic learning in adulthood: A magnetoencephalography study

Zhang, Y; Kuhl, PK; Imada, T; Iverson, P; Pruitt, J; Stevens, EB; Kawakatsu, M; Tohkura, Y; Nemoto, I

The present study used magnetoencephalography (MEG) to examine perceptual learning of American English /r/ and /l/ categories by Japanese adults who had limited English exposure. A training software program was developed based on the principles of infant phonetic learning, featuring systematic acous...

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209

Mini-posterolateral approachによるMIS人工骨頭置換術

平中 崇文; 蓑田 正也; 西澤 勇一郎; 奥町 悦子; 飛田 祐一; 辻 充男

Journal@rchive (Japan) (Japanese)

210

Lernen sinojapanischer Schriftzeichen mit Bildern und Animationen Learning of Sino-Japanese characters with pictures and animations

Soemer, Alexander

In dieser Arbeit werden zwei visuell-mnemonische Methoden für das Paarassoziationslernen sinojapanischer Schriftzeichen (Kanji) und deren Bedeutungen vorgestellt. Die erste Methode ist das Lernen mit Bildern, welche die Bedeutung eines Schriftzeichens darstellen und dessen Elemente den Strichen des ...

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Learning English vowels with different first-language vowel systems II: Auditory training for native Spanish and German speakers

Iverson, P; Evans, BG

This study investigated whether individuals with small and large native-language (L1) vowel inventories learn second-language (L2) vowel systems differently, in order to better understand how L1 categories interfere with new vowel learning. Listener groups whose L1 was Spanish (5 vowels), or German ...

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214

Investigating the opportunities and challenges for professional growth created through a process of developing learning support materials

Draper, Kim

Science and maths teachers in Mpumalanga were selected to participate in a Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) funded programme of professional development, the Mpumalanga Secondary Science Initiative or MSSI. The basis for the professional development is the formation of clusters of sc...

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Introduction of Infomax Learning Algorithm and Application for Oil Spill Detection in SAR Images

電気学会論文誌A(基礎・材料・共通部門誌);  Vol. 126 (2006) No. 6  pp.496-503

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219

Individual differences in the acquisition of second language phonology

Golestani, N; Zatorre, RJ

Perceptual training was employed to characterize individual differences in non-native speech sound learning. Fifty-nine adult English speakers were trained to distinguish the Hindi dental-retroflex contrast, as well as a tonal pitch contrast. Training resulted in overall group improvement in the abi...

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How transfer of R&D to emerging markets nurtures global innovation performance

Harryson, Sigvald J; Søberg, Peder

In the context of global R&D, we connect literature on knowledge management to a network-based theoretical framework helpful to analyse and explain the impact of globalisation of R&D on innovation performance. This framework is applied to two case companies, both global leaders within their respecti...

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How does it hurt, kiri-kiri or siku-siku? Japanese mimetic words of pain perceived by Japanese speakers and English speakers

Iwasaki, Noriko; Vinson, David P.; Vigliocco, Gabriella

This study examines the extent to which English speakers with no prior experience of learning Japanese can infer the meanings of Japanese mimetic words of pain. In so doing, we uncover both cross-linguistically shared (possibly universal) and language-specific aspects of sound symbolism present in t...

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224

Gray and white matter changes associated with tool-use learning in macaque monkeys

Quallo, MM; Price, CJ; Ueno, K; Asamizuya, T; Cheng, K; Lemon, RN; Iriki, A

We used noninvasive MRI and voxel-based morphometry (VBM) to detect changes in brain structure in three adult Japanese macaques trained to use a rake to retrieve food rewards. Monkeys, who were naive to any previous tool use, were scanned repeatedly in a 4-T scanner over 6 weeks, comprising 2 weeks ...

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226

From Informational Confidence to Informational Intelligence

Jaeger, Stefan

This paper is a continuation of my previous work on informational confidence. The main idea of this technique is to normalize confidence values from different sources in such a way that they match their informational content determined by their performance in an application domain. This reduces clas...

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English vertical bar r vertical bar-vertical bar l vertical bar category assimilation by Japanese adults: Individual differences and the link to identification accuracy

Hattori, K; Iverson, P

Native speakers of Japanese often have difficulty identifying English /r/ and /l/, and it has been thought that second-language (L2) learning difficulties like this are caused by how L2 phonemes are assimilated into ones native phonological system. This study took an individual difference approach t...

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230

Construction of IT Based Learning System at University Level

電気学会論文誌A(基礎・材料・共通部門誌);  Vol. 125 (2005) No. 1  pp.3-4

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231

Conceptions of Crisis Management Capabilities – Municipal Officials’ Perspectives

Nilsson, Jerry

In the Swedish crisis management system, the municipalities have a great responsibility. One part of this responsibility concerns preparing for crises by making risk and vulnerability analyses as well as plans for how to handle extraordinary events. Such preparedness planning involves municipal offi...

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235

Children's Gestures from 18 to 30 months

Andrén, Mats

This thesis concerns the nature of the gestures performed by five Swedish children. The children are followed from 18 to 30 months of age: an age range which is characterized by a rapid succession of developmental changes in children's abilities to communicate by means of both spoken language and ge...

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Changes in brain activation patterns associated with learning of Korean words by Japanese: an fMRI study.

Lee, H; Fujii, T; Okuda, J; Tsukiura, T; Umetsu, A; Suzuki, M; Nagasaka, T; Takahashi, S; Yamadori, A

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Changes in brain activation patterns associated with learning of Korean words by Japanese: an fMRI study

Lee, H.; Fujii, T.; Okuda, J.; Tsukiura, T.; Umetsu, A.; Suzuki, M.; Nagasaka, T.; Takahashi, S.; Yamadori, A.

We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to explore the change in brain activation associated with the learning of Korean words written in Han-gul characters (K-words) by young Japanese at two stages. Subjects were 12 right-handed native Japanese without previous knowledge of Korean word...

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Category and perceptual interference in second-language phoneme learning: An examination of English vertical bar w vertical bar-vertical bar v vertical bar learning by Sinhala, German, and Dutch speakers

Iverson, P; Ekanayake, D; Hamann, S; Sennema, A; Evans, BG

The present study investigated the perception and production of English /w/ and /v/ by native speakers of Sinhala, German, and Dutch, with the aim of examining how their native language phonetic processing affected the acquisition of these phonemes. Subjects performed a battery of tests that assesse...

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Can Language and Culture Go Hand in Hand? Cross- Linguistic Influence in the L2 Acquisition Process

Allard, Daniele; Mizoguchi, Riichiro; Bourdeau, Jacqueline

Can Language and Culture go Hand in Hand? Using examples of Japanese as L1 and English as L2, we seek to demonstrate how transfer and interference from one's native language can impact expression in a language being acquired. We make some suggestions as to how to tackle transfer and interference, an...

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A Hierarchical Structure of the Learning Process Related with Stimulus Complexity

タラセンコ セルゲイ; 乾 敏郎; アブディケェヴ ニヤズ
2008-01-01

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243

Pizziconi, Barbara

The stereotype of reserved and evasive Japanese people, whose language naturally fosters ambiguity and an intuitive and indirect style, pervades popular as well as pedagogical discourse. Despite evidence that, depending on the situation, Japanese can be fairly direct, this persistent stereotype ofte...

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Pizziconi, Barbara

The stereotype of reserved and evasive Japanese people, whose language naturally fosters ambiguity and an intuitive and indirect style, pervades popular as well as pedagogical discourse. Despite evidence that, depending on the situation, Japanese can be fairly direct, this persistent stereotype ofte...

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Pizziconi, Barbara

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Pizziconi, Barbara

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