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更新日 2017-07-31 | 作成日 2015-10-14

Third International Workshop on Skill Science

Associated with JSAI International Symposia on AI 2016 (IsAI-2016)

Report of SKL 2016

We held Third International Workshop on Skill Science as below:

  • Date:November 16, 2016
  • Venue:Raiosha Building, Keio University Kanagawa, Japan (LinkIconaccess)
  • Lines: Tokyu-Toyoko line, Tokyu-Meguro line, Yokohama Underground Green line
  • Fee:Please read the LinkIconregistration page of IsAI-2016
  • Proceedings: Proceedings of Third International Workshop on Skill Science [ 37 pages LinkIcon]. You will also receive a USB flush memory containing all the papers presented at IsAI-2016
  • Invited talk: Using machine learning to help manage the last mile in the application of skill science
    • Prof. Randy. G. Goebel, Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta

Aims and Scope 

Human skills involve well-attuned perception and fine motor control, often accompanied by thoughtful planning. The involvement of body, environment, and tools mediating them makes the study of skills unique among researches of human intelligence. The symposium invites researchers who investigate human skills and provides them with a place for exchange and discussion. The study of skills requires various disciplines to collaborate with each other because the value of skills is not determined solely in terms of efficiency, but calls for consideration of quality. Quality resides in person and often needs to be transferred through apprentice systems. The procedure of validation is strict, but more complex than scientific activities, where everything needs to be described by referring to data. We are keen to discussing the theoretical foundations of skill science as well as practical and engineering issues in the study.

Topics

We aim to invite wide ranges of investigation into human skills, from science and engineering to sports, art, philosophy, anthropology, whatever concerns cultivating human possibilities. We welcome both theoretical and practical studies of human skills. We are keen to enabling for dialogue among researchers with different backgrounds given its interdisciplinary nature of the target. We welcome contributions from practicians as well as those from theorists. The experiences and insights through practices are valuable for increasing our knowledge of human skills. We hope that the workshop will enable people to raise questions stimulating our intellectual curiosity and to induce answers worth consideration.

Topics of our interest include the followings:
Data collection of skills
Dynamics of human movements
Synchronization of motions
Training for Skill Acquisition
Theory of Skill Acquisition
Visualization of skills
Assessment of skill acquisition
Technologies for skill development
Field research of skills
Applications to performances
Examination of experience
Meta learning
Methods for exploring the circumstances
Care-giving to the elderly
Conversation skills with people with cognitive difficulties
Coordination of players in ensemble
Skill development by athletes
Sharing the experience
Interview methods
Self observation in career development
Interactions between fighters
Cultivating the perception
Coaching in sports
Modeling of sports performance
Rhythmical movements
Mathematical foundation of observation
Logical approaches to skill discovery
Body condition while concentration
Cultivating athletic sense
Skill transfer at production
Training method for sign languages
Meaning of gestures
Conducting an orchestra
Teaching piano
Drummer's skill
Qualitative analysis of dancing
Organization of interactions
Philosophical issues involved in skills
Representation of skillful movements
Interaction between body and intelligence
Fishers' perception
Narrative based approach to skill study
Analysis of skillful communication
Analysis of Craftsmanship
Subtle behaviors in conversation
Meta cognition in developing skills
Virtual reality for skill acquisition
Micro motor skills such as typing
Assessing individual variations
Rhetorical structures of performance
Co-creation in skill development
Attitudes to skill discovery
Tools for meta cognition of actions
Modes of motions
Abstraction and transfer of skills
Robotics related to skills
Development of acts in theatre
Coordination between workers at hospitals
Analysis of care work to persons in physical needs
Cooking skills
Social impacts of skill science
perception-cognition skills
Skills of video game players
Tools for skill development

Post Proceedings

We are under negotiation with Springer Verlag for publication of Post Proceedings.

Time Table

    09:40 - 10:20 Lecture_1. Prof. TsutomuFujinami
    10:20 - 11:00 Lecture_2. Ms. Rie OSAWA
    11:00 - 11:10 Break
    11:10 - 11:50 Lecture_3. Prof. Koichi FURUKAWA
    11:50 - 13:00 Lunch
    13:00 - 14:00 Interactive Session
    14:00 - 14:10 Break
    14:10 - 14:50 Lecture_4. Ms. Khoo Er Sin
    14:50 - 15:30 Lecture_5. Dr. Takuma Torii
    15:30 - 15:40 Break
    15:40 - 17:10 Invited Lecture. Prof. Randy Goebel
    17:10 - 17:30 Closing  (Reflection of the workshop)

Program

09:40 - 10:20 Lecture_1. Prof. Tsutomu Fujinami
Topics of Skill Science: Overview of ten years[LinkIcon]
Tsutomu Fujinami (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

10:20 - 11:00 Lecture_2. Ms. Rie OSAWA
A Basic Study of the Influence of Auditory Stimulus on the Eye-tracking Behavior of a Driver in an Autonomous Vehicle [LinkIcon]
Rie OSAWA, Shota IMAFUKU, Susumu SHIRAYAMA (The University of Tokyo)

11:10 - 11:50 Lecture_3. Prof. Koichi FURUKAWA
On Clustering Cellists using Acquired Data through Performance Movies Observation [LinkIcon]
Koichi Furukawa (Keio University), Toshiki Masuda (Cellist), Takeshige Nishiyama (Keio Yochi-sha)

13:00 - 14:00 Interactive Session (Eight presentations)

Data mining of Care Life Log by the level of care required [LinkIcon]
Muneo Kushima, Kenji Araki, Tomoyoshi Yamazaki, Sanae Araki and 
Taisuke Ogawa (University of Miyazaki Hospital), Noboru Sonehara (National Institute of Informatics)

Action Sports Analysis Based on Local Cross Correlation and Action Measurement Units with GPS timestamp [LinkIcon]
Kazunari Ishida (Hiroshima Institute of Technology)

The Information Scientific Stage Model of an Expertise in Embodied Knowledge [LinkIcon]
Masatoshi Yamada, Takehiko Sunako (Tokoha University), Takeuchi Yugo (Shizuoka University)

A preliminary analysis of the process on floor plan recognition -- Towards discovery of human's recognition mechanisms for complex structured images [LinkIcon]
Kenta Kamihori, Tomoki Shimano, Atsuto Oguro, Tomonobu Ozaki (Nihon University)

Adaptive Behavior Observed in Stepping-Over An Obstacle  [LinkIcon]
Kentaro Kodama (Kanagawa University), Kazuhiro Yasuda (Waseda University), Kohei Sonoda (Ritsumeikan University)

Development of a system to indicate the features of the pole works in Nordic walking  [LinkIcon]
Yuta Ogai, Shogo Miyajima, Yoshiya Mori, Masahiko Yamamoto (Tokyo Polytechnic     University)

The instructional support tool for the drawing learning support system for novice learners  [LinkIcon]
Takashi Nagai, Mizue Kayama (Shinshu University)

Identifying the underlying information in body movement used in Tea Ceremony [LinkIcon]
Rogelio Isaac GARZA VILLARREAL, Tsutomu Fujinami (JAIST)

14:10 - 14:50 Lecture_4. Ms. Khoo Er Sin
The effects of the theme of conversation and the place of expedition on the mental time of participants of coimagination method with expedition [LinkIcon]
Khoo Er Sin, Mihoko Otake (Chiba University)

14:50 - 15:30 Lecture_5. Dr. Takuma Torii
Toward a mechanistic account for imitation learning: an analysis of pendulum swing-up [LinkIcon]
Takuma Torii, Shohei Hidaka (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Techonology)

15:40 - 17:10 Invited Lecture. Using machine learning to help manage the last mile in the application of skill science, Prof. Randy Goebel  [LinkIcon]


Workshop Chair: Tsutomu Fujinami (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Steering Committee Members:

  • Masaki Suwa (Keio University)
  • Ken Hashizume (Osaka University)
  • Mihoko Otake (Chiba University)
  • Yoshifusa Matsuura (Yokohama National University)
  • Keisuke Okuno (Riken)

Advisory Committee Members

  • Koichi Furukawa (Emeritus Professor, Keio University)

Contact

 skl-reg(at)jaist.ac.jp
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Rie OSAWA




Koichi FURUKAWA




Kazunari Ishida 





Yuta Ogai





Muneo Kushima




Tomonobu Ozaki





Rogelio Isaac GARZA VILLARREAL,






Khoo Er Sin






akuma Torii







Prof. Randy Goebel