Yusuke Fukazawa

Learn More
Mobile devices are becoming more and more difficult to use due to the sheer number of functions now supported. In this paper, we propose a menu customization system that ranks functions so as to make interesting functions, both frequently used functions and rarely used functions, easy to access. Concretely, we define the features of phone functions by(More)
We have been developing a task-based service navigation system that offers to the user for his selected services relevant to the task the user wants to perform. We observed that the tasks likely to be performed in a given situation depend on the user’s role such as businessman or father. To further our research, we constructed a role-ontology and utilized(More)
In everydays life people are dealing with various kinds of tasks and problems. We have developed a task-oriented service navigation system [1] that supports the user in finding appropriate services. This includes even services the user might not have been aware of before. This is possible through making use of a rich task ontology representing common sense(More)
We have been developing a task-based service navigation system that offers to the user services relevant to the task the user wants to perform. The system allows the user to concretize his/her request in the task-model developed by human-experts. In this study, to reduce the cost of collecting a wide variety of activities, we investigate the automatic(More)
Activities, defined as actions someone can accomplish or things one can create, are located all around the web contained in various How-To and DIY sites. In this paper we are presenting our research on a system focused on retrieving information about activities related to a simple query which is given as input. An overview of the system's design which is(More)