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更新日 2019-06-11 | 作成日 2015-10-14

Fifth International Workshop on Skill Science

Associated with JSAI International Symposia on AI 2018 (IsAI-2018)

Call for Participants: SKL 2018

We organized FIfth International Workshop on Skill Science as below:
Date:November 12, 2018 
Venue:Meeting Room, Raiosha Building, Keio University,  Kanagawa, Japan ( LinkIconaccess )
Lines: Tokyu-Toyoko line, Tokyu-Meguro line, Yokohama Underground Green line
The workshop was held as part of  LinkIconJSAI International Symposia on AI
Fee:Please read the  LinkIconregistration page  of IsAI-2018
Proceedings: Proceedings of Fifth International Workshop on Skill Science  can be viewed via the following link:  LinkIconProceedings of SKL 2018  (76 pages, 12 MB)
  • Invited talk:  Dr. Eiko Matsuda (Biologically-inspired Computing Laboratory, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

    • Reduction of Retrograde Interference in a Motor Learning by Idiosyncratic Cross-Modal Mappings
    • Humans memorize multiple movement patterns suitable for different dynamic transformations. Before the consolidation, the motor memory is easy to interfere by experiencing a contradicting motor task (retrograde interference). It has long been assumed that color cues to highlight differences between two opposing force fields can allow participants to independently form two motor memories without experiencing retrograde interference; the results were not successful (e.g., Howard et al., 2013). In the research, we showed that, if the participant chose the color cues “suitable to their impression toward the motor task”, the cues worked effectively to memorize the motor task without retrograde interference. 

Important Dates

  • Early bird before October 31th, 2018 23:59 (PST)

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

Registration:

https://conv.toptour.co.jp/shop/evt/jsai-isai2018/

Registration Fee 

(Early bird before October 31th, 2017 23:59 (PST))

  • Member     JPY  7,000
  • Non-member JPY 13,000
  • Student    JPY  5,000

On site registration (after November 1st)

  • Member     JPY 12,000
  • Non-member JPY 18,000
  • Student    JPY  8,000

Post Proceedings

Seleted articles will be published by Springer Verlag as part of Post Proceedings. Below point you to the tables of contents of the books for 2017, 2016 and 2015 workshops, respectively. 
 New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence
https://www.springer.com/jp/book/9783319937939
http://www.springer.com/jp/book/9783319615714
http://www.springer.com/in/book/9783319509525

You can view the sites for previous years:

Time Table (tentative)

09:50 - 10:00 Opening
10:00 - 10:40 Lecture_1. Masato Nakai (tentative)
10:40 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:40 Lecture_2. Dinh Khiet Le
11:40 - 12:20 Flash talks (precursor to the interactive session)
12:20 - 13:10 Lunch
13:10 - 14:10 Interactive Session (7 presentations)
14:10 - 14:30 Break
14:30 - 16:00 Invited Lecture.  Dr. Eiko Matsuda
16:00 - 16:10 Break
16:10 - 17:30 Discussion

Program

10:00 - 10:40 Lecture_1. Masato Nakai
Prediction of Basketball Free Throw shooting by OpenPoseLinkIconpdf]
*Masato Nakai,Yoshihiko Tsunoda, Hisashi Hayashi, Hideki Murakoshi
School of Industrial Technology, Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology

11:00 - 11:40 Lecture_2. Dinh Khiet Le
Detecting freezing-of-gait symptom in Parkinson’s disease by analyzing vertical motion from force plate  [LinkIconpdf]
*Dinh-Khiet Le, Takuma Torii, Tsutomu Fujinami (School of Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Wannipat Buated, Praween Lolekha (Thammasat University)

11:40 - 12:20 Flash talks (precursor to the interactive session)
13:10 - 14:10 Interactive Session (7 presentations)

The relationship between degrees of freedom and the adaptability or flexibility in human postural standing  [LinkIconpdf]
*Kentaro Kodama (Kanagawa University), Kazuhiro Yasuda (Waseda University), Hideo Yasuda (Tokyo Metropolitan Tobu Medical Center)

Visualization of cognition and action in the shooting skill acquisition process in ice hockey   [LinkIconpdf]
*Masayuki Yamada(Seisa University), Kentaro Kodama(Kanagawa University), Daichi Shimizu(Tokyo University), Yuta Ogai(Tokyo Polytechnic University), Shogo Suzuki(Tokyo Polytechnic University)

A Research about Rhythm and Phrase Recognition of Classical Music Performer Learning Jazz Ad-lib Solo Phrases based on Score  [LinkIconpdf]
*Daichi Ando (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Effects of Casual Computer Game on Cognitive performance through Hemodynamic Signals  [LinkIconpdf]
*Phetnidda OUANKHAMCHAN,Tsutomu Fujinami (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  
Effects of auditory feedback for a running assist system  [LinkIconpdf]
*Anna Yoshioka, Tsutomu Fujinami (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

The effect of metrical structure on the auditory-motor coordination of dance-like movement  [LinkIconpdf]
*Takahide Etani(Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo), Akito Miura(Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo), Masahiro Okano(College of Sport and Health Science, Ritsumeikan University), Masahiro Shinya(Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University), Kazutoshi Kudo(Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, The University of Tokyo)


14:30 - 16:00 Invited Lecture.  Dr. Eiko Matsuda [LinkIconpdf]
Reduction of Retrograde Interference in a Motor Learning by Idiosyncratic Cross-Modal Mappings

16:20 - 17:30 Discussion
In Search of Foundations of Skill Science - What shall we study of skills? 

We discuss important topics of skill science to see what should be studied for coming years. Skill Science is concerned with actions, perceptions, and sense as well as inference and memory. Devices for collecting data such as motion capture systems enable us to study skills form objective point of view. Identifying characteristics of motions is of our interest. We are further interested to know what lead to those motions, that is, mental processes behind them. Cognition in action, however, raises several issues that require our attention. What comprise our cognition of action? What is the ontological status of them? How can we approach to them? How should we validate our findings of cognition? Each researcher presents his idea in this forum and we invite participants for discussion.

Can we rely on the sense of body?
Tsutomu Fujinami (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Difficulty in distinguishing input from output in human movement
Kentaro Kodama (Kanagawa University)

What kinds of roles does a somatic sensation serve in human movements?
Daichi Shimizu (The University of Tokyo)

Why not dealing with subjective thoughts and feelings for studies of embodied-ness?
Masaki Suwa (Keio University)

Application of artificial life research method for inseparability of motion and perception
Yuta Ogai (Tokyo Polytechnic University)
 

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

  • Ken Hashizume (Osaka University)
  • Kentaro Kodama (Kanagawa University)
  • Yoshifusa Matsuura (Yokohama National University)
  • Kohichi Matsuda (Iwate Prefectural University)
  • Yuta Ogai (Tokyo Polytechnic University)
  • Mihoko Otake (RIKEN)
  • Daichi Shimizu (Tokyo University)
  • Masaki Suwa (Keio University)

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Masato Nakai
and Yoshihiko Tsunoda





Dinh-Khiet Le





Kentaro Kodama




 
Masayuki Yamada





Daichi Ando





Phetnidda OUANKHAMCHAN





Anna Yoshioka





Takahide Etani





Dr. Eiko Matsuda