Kazushi Ishihara

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Sound-imitation words, a sound-related subset of onomatopoeia , are important for computer-human interaction and automatic tagging of sound archives. The main problem of automatic recognition of sound-imitation word is that the literal representation of such words is dependent on listeners and influenced by a particular cultural history. Based on our(More)
Onomatopoeia, or sound-imitation words (SIWs) are important in informing sound events in human-computer communication. One problem is listener-dependency in recognizing environmental sounds by means of SIWs, that is, different listener hears the same environmental sound as a different SIW even under the same condition. Therefore, the use of usual Japanese(More)
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