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Invited talk

Plenary Lecture

11:10 - 12:10 International Conference Hall
PL 03

Chair: Jinglong Wu , Kagawa University, Japan Differential Contribution of Early Visual Areas to Perception of
Contextual Effects: fMRI Studies

Yoshimichi Ejima, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan Tutorial

15:30 - 16:10 International Conference Hall
T 02

Chair: Satoru Miyauchi, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Mechanisms and Neural Substrates of Prism Adaptation: A First Model for the Bottom-up
Rehabilitating Effect on Hemineglect
Rossetti Yves[1][2], Pisella Laure[1], Luaute Jacques[1][2], Jacquin-Courtois Sophie[1][2],
Farne Alessandro[1], Hisaaki Ota[1], BoissonDominique[1][2] and Rode Gilles[1][2]
[1]Espace et Action, Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale, France
[2]Hôpital Henry Gabrielle, Hospices Civils de Lyon, France ; Université Claude Bernard-Lyon, France
Organized Session/Oral Session

08:50 - 10:50 International Conference Hall
OS04: Emerging Technologies in Complex Medicinal and its Related Areas

Organizer : Hiroshi Chuman, The University of Tokushima, Japan : Hiroshi Chuman, The University of Tokushima, Japan Knowledge Base and Logical Operation of Reaction Information for Organic Synthesis Design and Evaluation of reaction Paths Kimito Funatsu Department of Chemical System Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan Data Mining Approach on Clinical/Pharmaceutical Information accumulated in the Drug Safety Information Community Aiko Yamauchi and Hiroshi Chuman Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokushima, Japan Using Computational Intelligence Methods In A Web-Based Drug Safety Information Community A. Ammar Ghaibeh[1], Mikio Sasaki[1], Eiko Nakata Doolin[2], Kumiko Sakamoto[3], Hiroshi Chuman[3] and Aiko Yamauchi[3] [1]Saila Systems Inc., Japan [2]NTT-East Kanto Medical Center, Japan [3]Institute of Health Biosciences, The University of Tokushima, Japan Moriguchi Hiroki Department of medical informatics, Tokushima University Hospital, Japan 16:10 - 17:40 International Conference Hall
OS07: Application of VR Technology to Rehabilitation

Organizer : Takahiro Wada, Kagawa University, Japan : Takahiro Wada, Kagawa University, Japan Development of A Prosthetic Walking Training System for Lower Extremity Amputees T. Wada[1], S. Tanaka[2], T. Takeuchi[3], K. Ikuta[1] and K. Tsukamoto[1] [1]Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa Univ., Japan [2]Department of Rehabilitation, Faculty of Medicine, Kagawa Univ. Hospital, Japan [3]Ortho-Reha System Co.,Ltd., Japan Motion Dependence of Impedance Perception Ability in Human Movements Yoshiyuki Tanaka[1], Tatsuya Abe[1], Toshio Tsuji[1] and Hideki Miyaguchi[2] [1]Graduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan [2]Graduated school of Health Sciences, Hiroshima University, Japan Gait Simulator for Virtual Walkway System, and its Control by Prediction of Gait Mode Transition Naruhiro Shiozawa[1] and Masaaki Makikawa[2] [1]Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University, Japan [2]Department of Robotics, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University, Japan Development of a 3-D Rehabilitation System for the Upper Limbs in a NEDO Project and Its Clinical Evaluation for Stroke Patients Junji Furusho[1], Ken’ichi Koyanagi[1], Kazuhiko Nakanishi[1], Yuki Fujii[1], Kazuhisa Domen[2], Koichi Miyakoshi[2], Ushio Ryu[3], Shigekazu Takenaka[3] and Akio Inoue[4] [1]Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Japan [2]Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo Medical College, Japan [3]System Equipments Div., Asahi Kasei Engineering Co., Japan [4]Devices Lab., Asahi Kasei Co., Japan
08:50 - 10:50 Conference Rm. 61
OS15: Co-creation System and Robot Therapy

Organizer : Yoshihio Miyake, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan : Yoshihio Miyake, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Evaluation of Robot assisted activity/Therapy (RAA/RAT) using wireless LAN controlled pet-type-robots E. Ohkubo[1], H. Umino[1], M. Shioya[1], Y. Takaso[2], H. Ariizumi[2], S. Sato[2], N. Kato[3], R. Kimura[1] and M. Naganuma[1] [1]Teikyo Univ. of Sci. & Tech. , Japan [2]Kofu Municipal Hospital, Japan [3]Tokorozawa Loyal Hospital, Japan Co-creation System and Human Walking Support Yoshihiro Miyake Dept. of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Comparison of the reaction time measurement system for evaluating Robot Assisted Activities Tomomi Hashimoto[1], Kunio Sugaya[1], Toshimitsu Hamada[2], Toshiko Akazawa[3], Yoshihito Kagawa[4], Yasuyuki Takakura[5], Yoshie Takahashi[5], Shusuke Kusano[5], Mitsuru Naganuma[6] and Ryuhei Kimura[6] [1]Saitama Institute of Technology, Japan [2]Nasu University, Japan [3]Kitasato University, Japan [4]Takusyoku University, Japan [5]Saitama medical center, Saitama medical school, Japan [6]Teikyo University of Science and Technology, Japan Hierarchical interaction in musical ensemble: Temporal development of bar period and respiration rhythm Tomohito Yamamoto[1], Yoshihiro Miyake[2] [1]Department of Information and Computor Science, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan [2]Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan 15:20 - 17:40 Conference Rm. 61
OS06: Brain-Machine Interface

Keynote Lecture------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chair: Yusaku Nakamura, Kinki University, Japan Brain-machine Interface to Detect real Dynamics of Neuronal Assemblies in the Working Brain
Yoshio Sakurai[1][2], [1]Department of Psychology, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University,
Japan, [2]CREST, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan
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Organizer : Jinglong Wu, Kagawa University, Japan Chairs : Baoliang Lu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Yusaku Nakamura, Kinki University, Japan Multi-channel recording from rat visual cortex with a micro multi-electrode: comparison between photic retinal stimulation and electrical cortical stimulation Masayuki Hirata[1][2], Amami Kato[1], Shin Satake[2], Haruhiko Kishima[1], Tomomitsu Miyoshi[3], Hajime Sawai[3], Yutaka Fukuda[3], Shiro Yorifuji[2] and Toshiki Yoshimine[1] [1]Department of Neurosurgery, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan [2]Division of Functional Diagnostic Science, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan [3]Department of Physiology, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan Automatic Integrative Interpretation of Awake EEG Record: Judgment of Background EEG, Spike and Activation Procedure T. Sugi[1], M. Nakamura[2], H. Kita[2], A. Ikeda[3], T. Nagamine[4], and H. Shibasaki[5] [1]Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Saga University, Japan [2]Department of Advanced Systems Control Engineering, Saga University, Japan [3]Department of Neurology, Kyoto University, Japan [4]Department of Human Brain Research Center, Kyoto University, Japan [5]National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, NIH, Bethesda, USA Critical Frequencies and Time Durations for Classification of Single-Trial EEG Signals Xiao-Lin Wang and Bao-Liang Lu Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Stability Analysis of Synchronous andAsynchronous Behavior in Periodically Spiking Neurons Masaki Nomura and Toshio Aoyagi Department of Applied Analysis and Complex Dynamical Systems, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University , Japan CREST, Japan Science and Technology Corporation, Japan
08:50-10:50 Conference Rm. 62
Field 5: Cognitive Neuroscience and Technology – (1)
Chairs
Takashi Kusaka, Kagawa University, Japan A Method to Extract Various Vascular Features from Liver Images of Computed Tomography Masahiro Ishikawa[1][4], Hidaka Uchida[1], Toru Tamaki[1], Masanobu Yamamoto[2][4], Takeshi Suda[3], Masato. Igarashi[3] and Yutaka. Aoyagi[3] [1]Graduate School of Science and Technology, Niigata University, Japan [2]Faculty of Engineering, Niigata University, Japan [3]Institute of Medicine Density, Academic Assembly, Niigata University, Japan [4]The Center for Transdisciplinary Research, Niigata University, Japan Measurement of Skin Texture Using Genetic Programming and Neural Network Michiyo Nishioka[1], Yasue Mitsukura[2], Minoru Fukumi[1] and Norio Akamatsu[1] [1]Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokushima, Japan [2]Faculty of Education Okayama University, Japan Three Dimensional Reconstruction and Visualization of Caudate Nucleus, Lentiform Nucleus and Thalamus of Chinese Visible Human Lin Li, Yi Xun Liu, Zhi Jian Song Digital Medical Research Center of Fudan University, China Automatic MRA Cerebral Vasculature Segmentation with Robust Multiscale 3D Searching and Region Growing Suhuai Luo, Qingmao Hu and Wieslaw L. Nowinski Biomedical Imaging Lab, Agency for Science Technology and Research, Singapore Computation of the Correlation between Mental and Physiological States under Stress Conditions Tadashi Kitamura[1], Akihiro Nanjoh[1] and Shirou Araki[2] [1]Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan [2]Center for Student Health, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan 15:20-17:40 Conference Rm. 62
Field 5: Cognitive Neuroscience and Technology – (2)

: Peng Wen, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Takamasa Shimada, Tokyo Denki University, Japan Investigation of Neuronal Substrates for Word Priming Hiroshi Kusahara[1], Takanori Kochiyama[2], Kunihiko Osaka[3], Chie Katou[3] and Jinglong Wu[2][4] [1]Graduate School of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan [2]Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan [3]Osaka Neurosurgery Hospital, Japan [4]The International WIC Institute Randomness Based Interactive Coding of Complex Objects in Noisy Imagery Kohji Kamejima Faculty of Information Science and Technology, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan Event-related Changes in the Spontaneous Brain Activity during 3D Perception from Random-dot Motion Sunao Iwaki[1][2], Giorgio Bonmassar[2] and John W. Belliveau[2] [1]Institute of Human Science and Biomedical Engineering, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan [2]Athinoila A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA The fMRI Study of Brain Activation during Judging the Motion with Different Velocity Takamasa Shimada[1], Tadanori Fukami[2], Masashi Kiyoyama[1], Yusaku Ito[1] and Yoichi Saito[3] [1]School of Information Environment, Tokyo Denki University, Japan [2]Faculty of Engineering, Yamagata University, Japan [3]Research Institute for EEG Analysis, Japan FMRI Studies on Passively Listening to Words, Nonsense Words, and Separated KANAs of Japanese Chang Cai[1], Takanori Kochiyama[2], Tokuhiko Satake[3], Kunihiko Osaka[3] and Jinglong Wu[2][4] [1]Graduate School of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan [2]Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan [3]Osaka Neurosurgery Hospital, Japan [4]The International WIC Institute Influence of the spatial and temporal frequency of visual stimulus on visually induced perception of self-rotation Feng-zhe Jin[1], Takanori Kochiyama[2] and Jing-long Wu[2][3] [1]Graduate School of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan [2]Department of Intelligent Mechanical Systems, Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University, Human tactile shape recognition: Active and passive matching of raised line drawings using index fingertip Jiajia Yang[2], Takanori Kochiyama[3], Sheng-fu Lu[1][3] and Jing-long Wu[1][3] [1]The International WIC Institute [2]Graduate School of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan [3]Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan 08:50 - 10:50 Conference Rm. 63
OS20: Detection of Human Cognitive Function by Recording Brain Electrical Potentials

Keynote Lecture------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chair: Hisao Tachibana, Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan Detection of Human Cognitive Function by Recording Brain Electrical Potentials
Koichi Hirata, Department of Neurology, Dokkyo University School of Medicine, Japan
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Organizer : Koichi Hirata, Dokkyo University School of Medicine, Japan : Koichi Hirata, Dokkyo University School of Medicine, Japan Efficacy of the levodopa on frontal lobe dysfunction in patients with de novo Parkinson’s disease; A study using the event-related potential Koichi Hirata[1], Y. Kobayashi[1], A. Hozumi[1], H. Tanaka[1], M. Arai[1], Y. Kaji[1], M. Saito[2] and K. Iwata[2] [1]Department of Neurology, Dokkyo University School of Medicine, Japan [2]IInstitute for Medical Science, Dokkyo University School of Medicine, Japan Event-Related Potentials Recorded during Human-Computer Interaction Hiroshi Nittono Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University, Japan Mismatch negativity: a functional probe for auditory cortex abnormalities in schizophrenia Kiyoto Kasai Department of Neuropsychiatry, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo, Japan Prefrontal contribution to novelty detection and its implication in behavioral disorders Syuhei Yamaguchi[1], B. Bokura[1], G. Toyoda[1], S. Yamagata[1], M. Matsubara[1], K. Takahashi[1], H. Oguro[1], T. Oka[2] and S. Kobayashi[1] [1]Department of Neurology, Hematology & Rheumatology, Faculty of Medicine, Shimane University, Japan [2]Department of Anatomy and Morphological Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine, Shimane University, Japan Event-related potentials and stimulus repetition in explicit and implicit memory tasks Hisao Tachibana Division of Neurology and Stroke Care Unit, Department of Internal Medicine, Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan
15:20 - 17:40 Conference Rm. 63
Field 3 Information and Communication Technology in Medicine

: Yuanyuan Wang, Fudan University, China Mihai L. Mocanu, University of Craiova, Romania Detecting Emboli Doppler Signals Using the PCA method Da. Xu and Y. Wang Department of Electronic Engineering, Fudan University, China Medical Image Recognition by using the Revised GMDH-type Neural Networks Self-Selecting the Optimum Neural Network Architecture Tadashi Kondo[1], Junji Ueno[1] and Kazuya Kondo[2] [1]School of Health Sciences, the University of Tokushima, Japan [2]School of Medical Sciences, the University of Tokushima, Japan Attribute Selection Measures with Possibility and Their Application to Classifying MRSA from MSSA Kouichi Hirata[1], Masateru Harao[1], Minoru Wada[2], Shigeki Yokoyama[3] and Kimiko Matsuoka[4] [1]Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan [2]infoSense Co., Japan [3]Koden Industrial Co., Ltd, Japan [4]Osaka Prefectural General Medical Center, Japan Risk Management System for Hospital-Acquired Infection Based on Bacterial Culture Database Yuichi Ikenaga[1], Kouichi Hirata[2], Masateru Harao[2], Shigeki Yokoyama[3] and Kimiko Matsuoka[4] [1]Hitachi Software Engineering Co., Ltd, Japan [2]Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan [3]Koden Industrial Co., Ltd, Japan [4]Osaka Prefectural General Medical Center, Japan Multiple-SOM-Based Detection of Confusion between Blood Samples Akitsugu Ohtsuka, Naotake Kamiura, Teijiro Isokawa, Isao Nakagiri, H. Nishimura and N. Matsui University of Hyogo, Japan Upper Limb Motion Evaluation Using Pointing Device Operation for Disabled Masahiko Nawate, Kouta Fukuda, Mototsugu Sato and Daisuke Morimoto Dept. of Electronics and Control Systems, Shimane University, Japan Parallelization Strategies in Querying for Medical Images by Spatial and Feature Attributes Mihai L. Mocanu, Liana Stanescu and Dumitru D. Burdescu Department of Software Engineering, University of Craiova, Romania 08:50 - 10:50 Conference Rm. 54
OS12: Higher Brain Function and Cognitive Science

Organizer : Paul Wen, University of Southern Queensland, Australia : Paul Wen, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Yan Li[1] and Peng Wen[2] [1]Department of mathematics and computing, The University of Southern Queensland, Australia [2]Faculty of Engineering and Surveying, The University of Southern Queensland, Australia Preliminary Investigation of the Digital Human Head Elizabeth McCarthy and Peng Wen Faculty of Engineering and Surveying, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Discovery of Influence in Music Listening by Analyzing EEG Takahiro Ogawa[1], Yasue Mitsukura[2], Minoru Fukumi[1] and Norio Akamatsu[1] [1]The University of Tokushima, Japan [2]Okayama University, Japan Time Series of Awake Background EEG Generated by a Model Reflecting the EEG Report S. Nishida[1], M. Nakamura[2], A. Ikeda[3], T. Nagamine[4] and H. Shibasaki[5] [1]Dept. of Computer and Communication Engineering, Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan [2]Dept. of Advanced Systems Control Engineering, Saga University, Japan [3]Dept. of Neurology, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan [4]Human Brain Research Center, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan [5]National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institute of Health, USA 15:20 - 17:40 Conference Rm. 54
OS11: EEG Analysis and Application

Organizer : Zhong Zhang, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan : Zhong Zhang, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan Pattern Recognition of EEG Signals During Right and Left Motor Imagery Learning Effects of the Subjects Katsuhiro Inoue[1], Daiki Mori[1], Gert Pfurtscheller[2] and Kousuke Kumamaru[1] [1]Department of Systems Innovation and Informatics, Factory of Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan [2]Department of Medical Informatics, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Graz University of Technology, Austria Detection of Abnormal Signal by Real Signal Wavelet Transform of EEG Hiroki Ikeuchi, Satoshi Horihata, Zhong Zhang and Tetsuo Miyake Department of Production Systems Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan Sensibility evaluation by Time-Frequency analysis of EEG Satoshi Horihata[1], Akimine Iwamoto[1], Zhong Zhang[1], Tetsuo Miyake[1], Yoshihumi Yaduda[1] and Yuu Yosikawa[2] [1]Department of Production Systems Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan [2]Department of Media Systems and Computer Networks, Toyohashi Sozo College, Japan Local Complexity and Nonstationary Nature of Electroencephalogram Ryoya Saji[1], Gentaro Taga[1][2] and Nobuko Saji[3] [1]Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo, Japan [2]Japan Science and Technology Agency, CREST, Japan [3]School of Nursing, Miyagi University, Japan
08:50 - 10:50 Conference Rm. 51
OS05: Data Mining in Hospital Information Systems – (1)

Organizer : Shusaku Tsumoto, Shimane University School of Medicine, Japan : Shusaku Tsumoto, Shimane University School of Medicine, Japan Data Mining of Pharmaceutical Interactions Takashi Okada[1], Tomoharu Ishizaki[1], Eiichiro Ichiishi[2] [1]Department of Informatics, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan [2]New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, Tohoku University, Japan Extracting Disjunctive Closed Rules form MRSA Data Yoshikazu Shima[1], Kouichi Hirata[1], Masateru Harao[1], Shigeki Yokoyama[2], Kimiko Matsuoka[3] and Taeko Izumi[4] [1]Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan [2]Koden Industrial Co., Ltd, Japan [3]Osaka Prefectural General Medical Center, Japan [4]Sakai Municipal Hospital, Japan Disjunctive Rules Extracted form MRSA Data with Verification Kouichi Hirata[1], Yoshikazu Shima[1], Masateru Harao[1], Shigeki Yokoyama[2], Kimiko Matsuoka[3] and Taeko Izumi[4] [1]Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan [2]Koden Industrial Co., Ltd, Japan [3]Osaka Prefectural General Medical Center, Japan [4]Sakai Municipal Hospital, Japan Analysis of MRSA Infection Background Factors by Using Data Mining for MRSA Infection Control and Risk Management Kimiko Matsuoka[1], Shigeki Yokoyama[2], Shusaku Tsumoto[3] and Masateru Harao[4] [1]Osaka Prefectural General Medical Center, Japan [2]Koden Industry Co., Ltd, Japan [3]Shimane University, Japan [4]Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan Shigeki Yokoyama and Toshiharu Mori Koden Industry Co., Ltd., Japan 15:20 - 17:40 Conference Rm. 51
OS02: Recent Topics in Neurovascular Coupling for Human Brain Mapping

Organizer : Satoru Miyauchi, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan : Robert Turner, University College London, UK Possible Model the Regulation of Local Cerebral Blood Flow by Matching the Intensity of Neuronal Activation Iwao Kanno[1], Jeff Kershaw[1][2] and Masakatsu Ureshi[1] [1]Akita Research Institute of Brain and Blood Vessels, Japan [2]Akita Industry Promotion Foundation (AIPF), Japan Interpretation of increases in deoxy-Hb during functional activation Yoko Hoshi[1], Shunji Kohri[1] and Norio Kobayashi[2] [1]Department of Integrated Neuroscience, Tokyo Institute of Psychiatry, Japan [2]Department of Pediatrics School of Medicine, Hokkaido University, Japan Regulation of oxygen transport during brain activation: Revision of neurovascular coupling during brain activation Akitoshi Seiyama[1][2], Junji Seki[3], Yasuhiko Satomura[1][3], Yasuhiro Ooi[4] and Toshio Yanagida[1][2] [1]Brain Information Group, KARC, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan [2]Division of Physiology and Biosignaling, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan [3]Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cardiovascular Center Institute, Japan [4]Division of Pathogenesis and Control of Oral Disease, Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry, Japan Neurovascular coupling in the brain – a special role of nitric oxide and hemoglobin deoxygenation ? Ute Lindauer, Department of Experimental Neurology, Charité Hospital, Germany Poster Session

13:10 - 15:00 Small Hall 2

P01. Estimation of Rough Temporary Change of Brain Activities in Oddball Paradigm Tadanori Fukami[1], Yusuke Koyanagi[1], Takamasa Shimada[2], Takao Akatsuka[1] and Yoichi Saito[3] [1]Department of Bio-System Engineering, Yamagata University, Japan [2]Department of Information Environment, Tokyo Denki University, Japan [3]The Institute for EEG Analysis, Japan P02. Automatic Detection of Left Ventricular Asynergy by Fuzzy Reasoning Ryohei Haga[1], Yasue Mitsukura[2], Minoru Fukumi[1], Norio Akamatsu[1] and Motokatsu Yasutomo[3] [1]The University of Tokushima, Japan [2]Okayama University, Japan [3]Higashi-Tokushima Hospital, Japan P03. Kidney Contour Extraction System by Narrowing Region Based on the Q-learning Yoshiki Kubota[1], Yasue Mitsukura[2], Minoru Fukumi[1], Norio Akamatsu[1] and Motokatsu Yasutomo[3] [1]The University of Tokushima, Japan [2]Okayama University, Japan [3]Higashi Tokushima National Hospital, Japan P04. Application of Independent Component Analysis to Unaveraged MEG Data Bin Wang[1][2] [1]Department of Electronic Engineering, Fudan University, China [2]Brain Science Research Center, Fudan University, China P05. A Novel Tadpole-like Endoscopic Micro Robot with Spiral Head Bai Chen[1][2], Da Qiang Gu[1] and Shuang Xia Pan[1] [1]Institute of Machine Design, Zhejiang University, China [2]College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China P06. Estimation of a quantity of internal water by impedance instrumentation Toshiro Katayama, Tetsuo Sato and Kotaro Minato Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P07. Brain activity in a similarity grouping task: A Functional MRI study Jiuk Jung[1], Shohko Tokita[2] and Tetsuo Kobayashi[1] [1]Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan [2]Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan P08. Development of Tactile Sensor for Clinical Application Kazunori Sakamoto and S. Omata Nihon University, College of Engineering, Worldwide Research Center for Advanced Engineering & Technology, Japan P09. Wrist Motion Recognition System by EMG Yuji Matsumura, Minoru Fukumi and Norio Akamatsu Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokushima, Japan P10. Automatic Lesion Detection in Nuclear Medicine Whole Body Bone Scan Yung-Sheng Chen[1] and Jia-Yann Huang[2] [1]Department of Electrical Engineering, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan [2]Department of Instrument, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan P11. Measurement Method of the Vision of the Elder Driver in Driving Situation Yoshiya Takagi[1], Akitaka Yasui[1], Tomoaki Nakano[2] and Shin Yamamoto[2] [1]Graduate course of Science and Technology, Meijo University, Japan [2]Department of Information Engineering, Meijo University, Japan P12. Sensorimotor Integration in Parkinson’s Disease Studied by Trancranial Magnetic Stimulation Mamdouh Kotb[1], Tatsuya Mima[1], Yoshino Ueki[1], Tahamina Begum[1], Hidenao Fukuyama[1], Akio Ikeda[2], Hideyuki Sawada[2] and Takashi Nagamine[1] [1]Human Brain Research Center, Japan [2]Department of Neurology, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan P13. Electrophysiological Heart Simulator Equipped with Sketchy 3-D Modeling Ryo Haraguchi[1][2], Takeo Igarashi[3][4], Shigeru Owada[3], Takenori Yao[2], Tsunetoyo Namba[2], Takashi Ashihara[2], Takanori Ikeda[2] and Kazuo Nakazawa[1][2] [1]National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute, Japan [2]Working Group on Cardiac Simulation and Mapping, Japan [3]Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo, Japan [4]PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan P14. Towards Construction of 3D Virtual Human Head for Clinical Purposes Ng Hsiao Piau[1][2], Foong Weng Chiong Kelvin[3], Nowinski Wieslaw[2] and Ong Sim Heng[4] [1]NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering, Singapore [2]Biomedical Imaging Lab, Agency for Science Technology and Research, Singapore [3]Department of Preventive Dentistry, National University of Singapore, Singapore [4]Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore P15. Multivariate Partial Linear Models for Concurrent EEG/fMRI Fumikazu Miwakeichi[1], Pedro Valdes-Sosa[2], Jorge Bosch-Byard[2], Eduardo Aubert-Vazquez[2] and Hiroaki Mizuhara[1] [1]RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan [2]Cuban Neuroscience Center, Cuba P16. FFT Analysis on Mouse Dragging Trajectory of People with Upper Limb Disability Daisuke Morimoto and Masahiko Nawate Department of Electronics and Control System Engineering, Shimane University, Japan P17. Development of a Bone-conducted Ultrasonic Hearing Aid for the Profoundly Deaf Seiji Nakagawa, Yosuke Okamoto and Yoh-ichi Fujisaka Institute for Human Science and Biomedical Engineering, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan P18. An Adaptive Enhancement Filter for Complicated X-ray Angiogram Images B. P. Li[1], N. Sang[1], Z. G. Cao[2] and T. X. Zhang[2] [1]Institute for Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, P. R. China [2]Key Laboratory of Ministry of Education for Image Processing and Intelligent Control, Wuhan, P. R. China P19. Automatic Analysis of Blood Vessel Width in X-ray Scene Image Shot by SPring-8 Hiroki Hayashi[1], Takeshi Kondoh[2] and Fumihiko Saitoh[1] [1]Gifu University, Japan [2]Department of Neurosurgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan P20. Contrast Improvement of X-ray Scene Image of Rat’s Brain by Using Genetic Algorithm Yasuyuki Kuze[1], Takeshi Kondoh[2] and Fumihiko Saitoh[1] [1]Gifu University, Japan [2]Department of Neurosurgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan P21. Effect of Spatial Anticipation during Passive Finger Movement on MEG signals J. Matsubayashi[1], S. Nakagawa[2], M. Tonoike[2] and T. Iida[1] [1]Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University, Japan [2]Institute for Human Science and Biomedical Engineering, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan P22. Simultaneous Electromyography and Near-Infrared Time-resolved Spectroscopy Study of Human Eiji Yamada[1], Takashi Kusaka[2], Satoshi Tanaka[1], Satoshi Mori[3], Kenichi Isobe[4] Hiromichi Norimatsu[3] and Susumu Itoh[4] [1]Department of Rehabilitation, Faculty of Medicine, Kagawa University Hospital, Japan [2]Maternal and Children's Medical Center, Faculty of Medicine, Kagawa University Hospital, Japan [3]Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Kagawa University, Japan [4]Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Kagawa University, Japan P23. The Estimation Method of Maximum Voluntarily Contraction Force by Mechanomyogram Y. Hara[1], M. Yoshida[2] and K. Minato[1] [1]Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan [2]Faculty of Engineering, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan P24. Simultaneous Measurement of Respiration and Heart Rate Using Live Image Chihiro Takano[1] and Yuji Ohta[2] [1]Ochanomizu University Graduate School of Humanities and Science, Japan [2]Ochanomizu University Faculty of Human Life and Environmental Sciences, Japan P25. A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study of the Retinotopic Organization of the Peripheral Zhen Zhang[1][3], Takanori Kochiyama[1], Kunihiico Osaka[2], Keita Moriwaki[2], Jinwu Qian[3] and Jinglong Wu[1][4] [1]Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan [2]Osaka Neurosurgery Hospital, Japan [3]School of Mechatronics Engineering and Automation, Shanghai University, China [4]The International WIC Institute

Source: http://biomecha.eng.kagawa-u.ac.jp/CME2005/program/Program_17.pdf

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