Hanae S. ISHI

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Name
Hanae S. ISHI
Affiliation
Sendai National College of Technology
Section
Department of General Engineering
Research funding number
10435406

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Published Papers

 
Qualitative Understanding of Viewers’ Needs related to the Design of TV Screens for Information Display - An Interview Study using the Evaluation Grid Method -
Hanae ISHI and Kazumichi MATSUMIYA
18(3) 229-233   2019   [Refereed]
ISHI Hanae, OZAKI Chihiro
Transactions of Japan Society of Kansei Engineering   16(5) 473-477   2017   [Refereed]
This study examined how the view from a room window affects evaluations of the room's interior atmosphere by using the Semantic Differential Method. Participants rated the interior atmosphere of room images, which were in combinations of four diff...
伊師華江, 松宮一道
日本感性工学会論文誌(Web)   15(7) 687‐691(J‐STAGE)-691   Dec 2016   [Refereed]
伊師華江, 松宮一道
仙台高等専門学校名取キャンパス研究紀要(Web)   (51) 11‐17 (WEB ONLY)   Mar 2015
ISHI Hanae
J. SOFT   23(2) 211-217   Apr 2011   [Refereed]
This study investigated impression factors related to the attractiveness evaluation of expressive faces, through rating experiments. In experiment1, the attractiveness rating on three types of expression form was conducted: neutral faces of neutra...
Yoshinori Inaba, Ryosuke Kobayashi, Hanae Ishi, Shigeru Akamatsu, Jiro Gyoba
Journal of the Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan   40(1) 96-104   Jan 2011   [Refereed]
This paper describes a method for achieving novel appearances of a given face that can create intended impressions on observers. A morphable 3D model of the human face is developed to describe the variations in appearance while also using a small ...
Matthew N. Dailey, Carrie Joyce, Michael J. Lyons, Miyuki Kamachi, Hanae Ishi, Jiro Gyoba, Garrison W. Cottrell
Emotion   10(6) 874-893   Dec 2010   [Refereed]
Facial expressions are crucial to human social communication, but the extent to which they are innate and universal versus learned and culture dependent is a subject of debate. Two studies explored the effect of culture and learning on facial expr...
Ishi Hanae
Research reports   46 59-63   Mar 2010
ISHI Hanae, KATAYAMA Ichiro, SUZUKI Yuri
Transactions of Japan Society of Kansei Engineering   10(1) 35-43   2010   [Refereed]
Shadow letters refer to subjectively-perceived letters that lack actual contours, but have illusory contours acquired as a result of shading. This study aims to examine the colorimetric factors affecting the evaluation of impressions of chromatic ...
Hanae S. ISHI
Journal of Kansei Engineering International   9(1) 1-10   Nov 2009   [Refereed]
Ishi Hanae
宮城工業高等専門学校研究紀要   45 65-70   Mar 2009
伊師 華江
Journal of Japan Society of Kansei Engineering   8(2) 253-256   Jan 2009
ISHI Hanae, KAMACHI Miyuki, TAKIKAWA Erina, HOSOI Satoshi
The IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences (Japanese edition) A   89(11) 1004-1011   Nov 2006
本研究の目的は,顔画像からその人の年齢を推定するときの正確さや誤推定の傾向について,評定者の年齢差に依存した相違を系統的に検証することであった.若年層(6〜18歳),青年層(20〜39歳),壮年層(40〜59歳),高齢層(70〜78歳)の四つの年齢層の計192名の評定者が年齢推定の心理実験に参加し,5歳刻みのカテゴリーを用いて,液晶面面に提示された顔画像からその人物の年齢を判断した.収集された心理データについて,主に年齢推定の量的変化(誤推定の程度)や質的変化(誤推定の方向性)に着目して分...
Hiroyuki Sasaki, Hiroyuki Sasaki, Hanae Ishi, Jiro Gyoba
Psychologia   47(2) 104-112   Jun 2004   [Refereed]
Some psychological studies have shown that changes in gaze direction trigger reflexive shifts of attention. The cortical region responding to eye gaze has connections with both of the two visual pathways responsible for spatial orientation and fea...
Hanae Ishi, Jiro Gyoba, Miyuki Kamachi, Shigeru Mukaida, Shigeru Akamatsu
Perception   33(2) 135-145   May 2004   [Refereed]
We conducted two experiments to investigate the psychological factors affecting the attractiveness of composite faces. Feminised or juvenilised Japanese faces were created by morphing between average male and female adult faces or between average ...

Misc

 
Making and Impression Evaluation of Streetscape Model in Landscape District –A Case Study in Sendai City Miyagino Street –
13    Mar 2018
伊師華江, 松宮一道, 松宮一道
日本感性工学会大会予稿集(CD-ROM)   20th (Web) ROMBUNNO.P‐48 (WEB ONLY)   2018
佐藤優太, 伊師華江
日本感性工学会大会予稿集(CD-ROM)   20th (Web) ROMBUNNO.P‐28 (WEB ONLY)   2018
伊師華江, 松宮一道
日本感性工学会春季大会予稿集(CD-ROM)   12th ROMBUNNO.P‐14   2017
西浦祐希, 伊師華江
日本感性工学会春季大会予稿集(CD-ROM)   12th ROMBUNNO.P‐42   2017
鴫原薫, 伊師華江
日本顔学会誌   16(1) 51   Nov 2016
伊師華江, 松宮一道
東北心理学研究   (65) 23   Mar 2016
伊師華江, 松宮一道
日本感性工学会大会予稿集(CD-ROM)   18th ROMBUNNO.D64   Sep 2016
伊師華江, 松宮一道
電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   115(345(HIP2015 88-95)) 1‐4   Nov 2015
丸山阿弓, 稲葉善典, 伊師華江, 行場次朗, 赤松茂
日本顔学会誌   13(1) 237   Oct 2013
根本康平, 矢入聡, 本郷哲, 伊師華江
日本顔学会誌   13(1) 201   Oct 2013
丸山阿弓, 三枝隆太, 稲葉善典, 伊師華江, 行場次朗, 赤松茂
画像電子学会年次大会予稿集(CD-ROM)   41st ROMBUNNO.S1-1   Jun 2013
INABA Yoshinori, NOGUCHI Natsumi, KOBAYASHI Ryousuke, ISHI Hanae, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
ITE technical report   34(6) 221-226   Feb 2010
This paper describes a method for achieving novel appearances of a given face that would create intended impressions on observers. A morphable 3D model of a face that describes the variations in appearance of the face using a smaller number of par...
INABA Yoshinori, NOGUCHI Natsumi, KOBAYASHI Ryousuke, ISHI Hanae, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   109(415) 221-226   Feb 2010
This paper describes a method for achieving novel appearances of a given face that would create intended impressions on observers. A morphable 3D model of a face that describes the variations in appearance of the face using a smaller number of par...
INABA Yoshinori, NOGUCHI Natsumi, KOBAYASHI Ryousuke, ISHI Hanae, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   109(414) 221-226   Feb 2010
This paper describes a method for achieving novel appearances of a given face that would create intended impressions on observers. A morphable 3D model of a face that describes the variations in appearance of the face using a smaller number of par...
INABA Yoshinori, ISHI Hanae, KOCHI Jumpei, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   109(28) 13-18   May 2009
This paper describes a method for achieving a novel design within a class of 3D objects that would create a preferred impression on users. A morphable 3D model of car bodies that describes the variations in appearance using a smaller number of par...
INABA Yoshinori, ISHI Hanae, KOCHI Jumpei, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   109(27) 13-18   May 2009
This paper describes a method for achieving a novel design within a class of 3D objects that would create a preferred impression on users. A morphable 3D model of car bodies that describes the variations in appearance using a smaller number of par...
INABA Yoshinori, KOCHI Jumpei, ISHI Hanae, GOHBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
ITE technical report   33(6) 19-24   Feb 2009
In this work, preliminary experiments were conducted on a novel method seeking physical parameters of 3D objects that might strongly contribute to their visual impressions through computational investigation of the impression ratings made on learn...
INABA Yoshinori, KOCHI Jumpei, ISHI Hanae, GOHBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   108(425) 19-24   Jan 2009
In this work, preliminary experiments were conducted on a novel method seeking physical parameters of 3D objects that might strongly contribute to their visual impressions through computational investigation of the impression ratings made on learn...
INABA Yoshinori, ISHI Hanae, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   107(553) 53-60   Mar 2008
In this work, preliminary experiments were conducted on a novel method seeking physical parameters of 3D objects that might strongly contribute to their visual impressions through computational investigation of the impression ratings made on learn...
ISHI Hanae, NAKAHARA Yukie, INABA Yoshinori, AKAMATSU Shigeru, GYOBA Jiro
IEICE technical report   107(553) 43-46   Mar 2008
The present study aimed to confirm the internal presence of the inertial properties at the level of the recognition of higher-order impression of face. In the psychological experiment, the participants viewed the animations in which a face with sp...
Suzuki Katsuhiko, Satoh Kazuhisa, Takahashi Tsutomu, Ishikawa Nobuyuki, Nagahiro Shinichiroh, Chiba Ryouichi, Furuse Norio, Satoh Yoshikazu, Nikaidoh Yoshitaka, Kobayasi Hiroshi, Kasamatsu Fujio, Mori Hironori, Takeda Mitsuhiro, Gotoh Masazumi, Ishi Hanae, Kitajima Hiroyuki, Hongoh Satoshi, Tone Hiroko, Takeda Jun
宮城工業高等専門学校研究紀要   44 81-87   Mar 2008
SAKUTA Yuiko, ISHI Hanae, NAKAHARA Yukie, AKAMATSU Shigeru, GYOBA Jiro
IEICE technical report   106(610) 13-18   Mar 2007
We examined the additive or non-additive characteristics of facial impressions by applying the impression transfer vector method to the higher-order impressions. In the impression transfer vector method, face images are physically represented in m...
ISHI Hanae, SAKUTA Yuiko, NAKAHARA Yukie, AKAMATSU Shigeru, GYOBA Jiro
IEICE technical report   106(610) 7-12   Mar 2007
This study aimed to confirm the validity of the impression transformation method proposed by Kobayashi et al. (2004). The impression transfer vector method is one of the impression transformation methods of face image. In this method, the input fa...
AKITA Tomohiro, SAKURAI Teruko, OKADA Yuhya, ISHI Hanae, SAKUTA Yuiko, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
ITE technical report   30(63) 35-40   Dec 2006
AKITA Tomohiro, SAKURAI Teruko, OKADA Yuhya, ISHI Hanae, SAKUTA Yuiko, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   106(398) 35-40   Nov 2006
This study developed a system that synthesizes a higher-order impression such as gracefulness of the face by an impression transfer vector method. Facial pictures were mathematically represented in high-dimensional vectors by separating the shape ...
ISHI Hanae, GYOBA Jiro
IEICE technical report   106(143) 103-106   Jun 2006
We investigated how the dynamic context of facial expressions affects the representation of a neutral face. In expreimrnetl, participants observed the face in the dynamic presentation condition or in the static two-frame presentation condition, wi...
SAKURAI Teruko, ISHI Hanae, SAKUTA Yuiko, GYOBA Jiro, AKAMATSU Shigeru
IEICE technical report   105(682) 25-30   Mar 2006
This study aimed to define an effective way to synthesize facial impression of gracefulness by the impression transfer vector method and to confirm validity of impression transformation by psychological rating experiments. Face images are physical...
MASAME Ken, ISHI Hanae, ADACHI Tomoaki, KOUCHI Shoko
IEICE technical report   105(479) 57-62   Dec 2005
Two experiments were carried out to examine whether smiling faces with deformity showed same cognitive functions as the ones of normal faces did or not. First experiment was discrimination between smiling faces and neutral ones. The stimuli were t...
ISHI Hanae, KAMACHI Miyuki, GYOBA Jiro
Technical report of IEICE. HIP   104(525) 25-30   Dec 2004
In the present study, we investigated the effect of the presentation types and smile intensity on perceived positive impression of smiling face. Morphed facial images were presented under the three conditions of single-static, double-static and dy...
ISHI Hanae, KAMACHI Miyuki, TAKIKAWA Erina, HOSOI Satoshi, KAWADE Masato
Technical report of IEICE. PRMU   103(453) 49-54   Nov 2003
A psychological experiment was conducted to investigate the accuracy of judgments of facial age. 206 facial stimuli aged between 6 and 78 were used in this experiment. Age was categorized according to decade. The subjects were 192 people with the ...
ISHI Hanae, KAMACHI Miyuki, TAKIKAWA Erina, HOSOI Satoshi, KAWADE Masato
Technical report of IEICE. HIP   103(455) 49-54   Nov 2003
A psychological experiment was conducted to investigate the accuracy of judgments of facial age. 206 facial stimuli aged between 6 and 78 were used in this experiment. Age was categorized according to decade. The subjects were 192 people with the ...
ISHI Hanae, GYOBA Jiro, KAMACHI Miyuki, MUKAIDA Shigeru, AKAMATSU Shigeru
Technical report of IEICE. HIP   101(37) 17-22   May 2001
Using a morphing technique, average faces were quantitatively transformed into feminized or child-shaped composite images. Mate and female participants (28 university students for each) rated the facial attractiveness of the composite faces and th...