Accepted Papers

Full papers

  • Perception of Affective Body Movements in HRI Across Age Groups: Comparison Between Results from Denmark and Japan
    Matthias Rehm, Anders Krogsager and Nicolaj Segato.
  • One Touch Character: A Simplified Japanese Character Input Method for Mobile Computing
    Masanobu Higashida, Toru Ishida, Jiniichi Murakami and Masahiro Oku.
  • Modeling and Evaluating a Bayesian Network of Culture-Dependent Behaviors
    Birgit Lugrin, Julian Frommel and Elisabeth Andre.
  • Accessing Cultural Artifacts Through Digital Companions: The Effects on Children’s Engagement
    Matthias Rehm and Martin Jensen.
  • Indigenous Storytelling in Namibia: sketching concepts for digitization
    Kasper Rodil and Heike Winschiers-Theophilus.
  • Building a Gamified System for Caputring MOOC Related Data: Smart City Learning Community as its Most Precious Source of Intangible Cultural Heritage
    Ljiljana Markovic and Adam Sofronijevic.
  • Content Sharing in Global Brand from Geographical Perspective
    Amit Pariyar, Yohei Murakami, Donghui Lin and Toru Ishida.
  • Comparing the Access to and Legibility of Japanese Language Texts in Massive Digital Libraries
    Andrew Weiss and Ryan James.
  • Hybrid Cemetery Culture: Making Death Matter in Cultural Heritage Using Smart Mobile Technologies
    Jakob Borrits Sabra, Hans Jorgen Andersen and Kasper Rodil.
  • Third-Person Augmented Reality-Based Interactive Chinese Drama
    Zhang Yanxiang and Fangbemi Abassin.
  • Ranking Recipes According to Classicality Towards Understanding Evolution of Food Preference
    Wen Yichen, Asano Yasuhito and Yoshikawa Masatoshi.
  • Intercultural Communication Environment for Youths and Experts in Agriculture Support
    Toshiyuki Takasaki, Yohei Murakami, Yumiko Mori and Toru Ishida.
  • Visual Point-Based Analysis of Laser-Scanned Historical Structures
    Wang Sheng, Atsushi Okamoto and Satoshi Tanaka.
  • How to Pay Attention to the End of our Life
    Kiarash Irandoust and Matthias Rauterberg.
  • Evaluation of the Validity of Back-Translation as a Method of Assessing the Accuracy of Machine Translation
    Mai Miyabe and Takashi Yoshino.
  • A Proposed Cultural Difference Detection Method Using Data from Japanese and Chinese Wikipedia
    Takashi Yoshino, Mai Miyabe and Tomohiro Suwa.
  • Projection Mapping Celebrating RIMPA 400th Anniversary
    Naoko Tosa, Ryohei Nakatsu, Pan Yunian and Kazuya Fujioka.
  • A Computational Model for Conversational Japanese
    Peter Lajos, Timothy Van and Victor Kryssanov.
  • An Examination of the Culture of Impartiality in Wikipedia, A Case Study of the Islamic World Representation in the English and Persian Versions of the Wikipedia
    Somayeh Bahrami, Mojtaba Touiserkani and Majid Reza Momeni.
  • Subjective Interpretation of Directive Terms: Methodology and Preliminary Results
    Christopher Frantz, Swetha Keertipati, Martin Purvis and Maryam Purvis.
  • Capturing Sub-Saharan African Sociality in Social Networks to Generate a Culturally Realistic Population
    Colette Faucher, Jean-Yves Bergier and Mathilde Forestier.
  • What You See is What You Annotate - Intercultural Comparisons on Multimodal Observations
    Kristiina Jokinen.

Short papers

  • Preserving Heritage Through Technology in a City Undergoing Change
    Mathias Lyneborg Damgard, Emil Byskov Nielsen, Seth van Heijster, Kasper Rodil and Matthias Rehm.
  • Intuitive Curve Drawing Based Folktale Generator
    Zhang Yanxiang, Thuy Duong Tran and Fangbemi Abassin.
  • Painting Based Enterable Tunnel-Like VR Space
    Zhang Yanxiang.
  • The use of Formal English Language and ICT Input Sources Among Japanese University Students
    Jeremy White and Peter Ihasz.
  • An Example of Collaborative Online Writing in the Italian Language: “The Incipit”
    Gabriele Rebagliati.
  • Cultural Networks and the Future of Cultural Analytics
    Juan Luis Suarez.

Poster papers

  • Visual Arts for Reading the Original Texts of Makura no soshi and Tsurezuregusa
    Yasuhiko Saito.
  • Urban Archiving for Smarter Cities: Archival Practices Beyond Open Data
    Elisabet M. Nilsson and Veronica Wiman.
  • Clustering Word Co-Occurrences with Color Keywords Based on Twitter Feeds in Japanese and German Culture
    D. Moritz Marutschke, Sasha Krysanova and Hitoshi Ogawa.
  • New Approach of Cultural Communication Using Sound and Image
    Yunian Pang and Naoko Tosa.
  • Gender Stereotypes in Cultures: Experimental Investigation of a Possibility of Reproduction by Robots in Japan
    Tatsuya Nomura and Yuto Kinoshita.
  • High-Realistic Acoustic Sound Field Reproduction with 16ch Head-Enclosed Loudspeaker-Array for Gion Festival Music
    Kota Nakahashi, Takahiro Fukumori, Masato Nakayama and Takanobu Nishiura.
  • Virtual Show, Go In!: Walk-Through System and VR Goggles of a Temple for Museum Exhibits
    Asako Soga.
  • Character Image Database of Woodblock-Printed Japanese Historical Book Images
    Chulapong Panichkriangkrai, Liang Li, Keiko Suzuki, Ryo Akama and Kozaburo Hachimura.
  • Paper Analysis and Paper Database of Pelliot Collection, Dunhuang Manuscripts
    Shouji Sakamoto and Yoshihiro Okada.
  • An Approach to Named Entity Extraction from Mongolian Historical Documents
    Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Garmaabazar Khaltarkhuu and Akira Maeda.
  • Personal Name Extraction from Japanese Historical Documents Using Machine Learning
    Noriyoshi Nagai, Fuminori Kimura, Akira Maeda and Ryo Akama.
  • Measurement of Unevenness of Korean Printed books
    Heakyoung Kim.
  • Multilayered Narratives in Media Art
    Elke Reinhuber.

Demonstration papers

  • A Data-Visualization Tool for Analyzing Ukiyo-e’s Visual Features
    Keiko Suzuki and Shinya Saito.
  • Multiagent Gaming System for Multilingual Communication
    Yuu Nakajima, Reiko Hishiyama and Takao Nakaguchi.
  • Developing Digital Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest Software to Promote Historical Culture by Applying Virtual Reality Technology
    Zhaoxi Ni and Zhiqiang Gao.
  • Image Digital Archive of Fashion, Dress, and Behavior from 1868 to 1945 in Japan
    Haruko Takahashi.