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Published papers from KIYA and SHIOTA Research Group.

2016

Journal Papers

  1. Hitoshi KIYA and Toshiyuki DOBASHI,
    “An Efficient Unified-Tone-Mapping Operation for HDR Images with Various Formats,”
    ITE Transactions on Media Technology and Applications,
    vol.4, no.1, pp.2–9, January 2016.
    [4members]
  2. Ibuki NAKAMURA, Yoshihide TONOMURA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Unitary Transform-Based Tempalte Protection and Its Application to l2-norm Minimization Problems,”
    IEICE Trans. Inf. & Sys.,
    vol.E99-D, no.1, pp.60–68, January 2016.
    [4members]
  3. Hiroyuki KOBAYASHI, Shoko IMAIZUMI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A Robust Identification Scheme for JPEG XR Images with Various Compression Ratios,”
    LNCS, T. Bräunl, B. McCane, M. Rivera, and X. Yu, Eds. Springer-Verlag,
    vol.9431, pp.38–50, February 2016.
    DOI PDF
  4. Toshiyuki DOBASHI, Masahiro IWAHASHI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A Unified Tone Mapping Operation for HDR Images Expressed in Integer Data,”
    IEICE Trans. Fundamentals,
    vol.E.99-A, no.3, pp.774–776, March 2016.
    [4members]
  5. Fairoza Amira Binti HAMZAH, Masahiro IWAHASHI, Taichi YOSHIDA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Adaptive Directional Lifting Structure of Three Dimensional Non-separable Discrete Wavelet Transform for High Resolution Volumetric Data Compression,”
    IEICE Trans. Fundamentals,
    vol.E99-A, no.5, pp.892–899, May 2016.
    [4members]
  6. Teerapong ORACHON, Taichi YOSHIDA, Masahiro IWAHASHI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Channel Scaling for Integer Implementation of Minimum Lifting 2D Wavelet Transform,”
    IEICE Trans. Fundamentals,
    vol.E.99-A, no.7, July 2016.
  7. Teerapong ORACHON, Masahiro IWAHASHI, Taichi YOSHIDA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Word Length Allocation for Multiplier Coefficients of Minimum Lifting Non-Separable 2D Wavelet Transform,”
    IEEJ Transactions on Electronics, Information and Systems,
    vol.136, no.9, September 2016.
    webpage
  8. Yuma KINOSHITA, Sayaka SHIOTA, Masahiro IWAHASHI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A Remapping Operation without Tone Mapping Parameters for HDR Images,”
    IEICE Trans. Fundamentals,
    vol.E99-A, no.11, pp.1955–1961, November 2016.
    [4members]
  9. Kenta IIDA and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Fuzzy Commitment Scheme-Based Secure Identification for JPEG Images with Various Compression Ratios,”
    IEICE Trans. Fundamentals,
    vol.E99-A, no.11, pp.1962–1970, November 2016.
    [4members]

International Conference Papers

  1. Wannida SAE-TANG and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Hadamard Transform-Based Amplitude-Only Images for Image Trading Systems,”
    Proc. International Workshop on Advanced Image Technology,
    vol.3C, no.5, Busan, Korea, 7th January, 2016.
    [4members]
  2. Osamu WATANABE, Ryo SUZUKI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A Structure of JPEG XT Encoder considering Effect of Quantization Error,”
    Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,
    pp.810–813, Montreal, Canada, 22nd May, 2016.
    [4members]
  3. Masahiro IWAHASHI, Tin Moe Aye, Taichi YOSHIDA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Subset Noise Bias Compensation for Tone-mapping and Up-scaling of JPEG Images,”
    Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,
    pp.2226–2229, Montreal, Canada, 22nd May, 2016.
    [4members]
  4. Masahiro IWAHASHI, Teerapong ORACHON, Taichi YOSHIDA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Optimum SPT Allocation for Multipliers of Minimum Lifting 2D Wavelet Transform,”
    Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,
    pp.2543–2546, Montreal, Canada, 22nd May, 2016.
    [4members]
  5. Kenta IIDA and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Secure and Robust Identification Based on Fuzzy Commitment Scheme for JPEG Images,”
    Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting,
    Nara, Japan, 2nd June, 2016.
    [4members]
  6. Kenta KURIHARA, Osamu WATANABE, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Encryption-then-Compression System for JPEG XR Standard,”
    Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting,
    Nara, Japan, 2nd June, 2016.
    [4members]
  7. Sayaka SHIOTA, Fernando Villaviencio, Junichi YAMAGISHI, Nobutaka ONO, Isao ECHIZEN, and Tomoko MATSUI,
    “VOICE LIVENESS DETECTION FOR SPEAKER VERIFICATION BASED ON A TANDEM SINGLE/DOUBLE-CHANNEL POP NOISE DETECTOR,”
    Proc. The Speaker and Language Recognition Workshop Odyssey,
    pp.259–263, Spain, Bilbao, 22nd June, 2016.
    webpage [4members]
  8. Yuma KINOSHITA, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Inverse Tone Mapping Operation without Any Parameters for Remapping HDR Images,”
    Proc. Workshop on Community-centric Systems as Interdisciplinary Study,
    Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan, 23rd August, 2016.
    [4members]
  9. Shihono MOCHIZUKI, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A study of sentence design based on pop-noise balance for voice liveness detection,”
    Proc. Workshop on Community-centric Systems as Interdisciplinary Study,
    Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan, 23rd August, 2016.
    [4members]
  10. Yuko SAITO, Ibuki NAKAMURA, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Efficient Random Unitary Matrix for Biometric Template Protection,”
    Proc. International Conference on Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems and International Symposium on Advanced Intelligent Systems,
    Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan , 27th August, 2016.
    [4members]
  11. Toshiyuki DOBASHI, Masahiro IWAHASHI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A Fixed-Point Local Tone Mapping Operation for HDR Images,”
    Proc. EURASIP European Signal Processing Conference,
    pp.933–937, Budapest, Hungary, 31st August, 2016.
    [4members]
  12. Kenta IIDA, Hiroyuki KOBAYASHI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Secure Identification Based on Fuzzy Commitment Scheme for JPEG XR Images,”
    Proc. EURASIP European Signal Processing Conference,
    pp.968–972, Budapest,Hungary, 31st August, 2016.
    [4members]
  13. Artit VISAVAKITCHAROEN, Yuma KINOSHITA, Hiroyuki KOBAYASHI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Quality Improvement of Tone Mapped Images by TMQI-II based Optimization for the JPEG XT Standard,”
    Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Signal Processing and Communication Systems,
    Phuket, Thailand., 25th October, 2016.
    [4members]
  14. Yuma KINOSHITA, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Inverse Tone Mapping Operator Based on Reinhard’s Global Operator,”
    Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Signal Processing and Communication Systems,
    Phuket, Thailand, 25th October, 2016.
    [4members]
  15. Shihono MOCHIZUKI, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Voice liveness detection based on pop-noise detector with phoneme information for speaker verification,”
    Proc. 5th Joint Meeting of Acoustical Society of America and Acoustical Society of Japan,
    Honolulu,Hawaii,USA, 29th November, 2016.
  16. Kenta IIDA and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Codestream Level Secure Identification for JPEG 2000 Images under Various Compression Ratios,”
    Proc. APSIPA Annual Summit and Conference,
    Jeju, Korea, 15th December, 2016.
    [4members]
  17. Ryosuke NAKANISHI, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Ensemble Based Speaker Verification Using Adapted Score Fusion in Noisy Reverberant Environments,”
    Proc. APSIPA Annual Summit and Conference,
    Jeju, Korea, 16th December, 2016.
    [4members]

Domestic Conference Papers

  1. Masafumi SHIMOYAMA, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A robust image retrieval method using the trace transform for JPEG 2000 Images,”
    ITE Technical Report,
    vol.40, no.5, (no.ME2016-23), pp.85–88, 20th February, 2016.
    [4members]
  2. Kenta KURIHARA and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Image Encryption Scheme Allowing Tone Map Operations and Its Application to JPEG XT Standard,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.115, no.458, (no.ITS2015-58, IE2015-100), pp.11–16, 22nd February, 2016.
    [4members]
  3. Ibuki NAKAMURA, Yuko SAITO, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Secure classification based on kernel method using unitary transformation,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.115, no.458, (no.ITS2015-59), pp.17–22, 22nd February, 2016.
    [4members]
  4. Sayaka SHIOTA, Fernando Villaviencio, Junichi YAMAGISHI, Nobutaka ONO, Isao ECHIZEN, and Tomoko MATSUI,
    “A tandem double-single channel pop noise detector based voice liveness detection for speaker veri cation,”
    Acoustical Society of Japan Spring Meeting,
    no.1-1-8, pp.17–20, 8th March, 2016.
    [4members]
  5. Sayaka SHIOTA, Fernando Villaviencio, Junichi YAMAGISHI, Nobutaka ONO, Isao ECHIZEN, Tomoko MATSUI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Voice liveness detection using phoneme information for speaker verification,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.115, no.523, (no.2015-156), pp.347–351, 29th March, 2016.
    [4members]
  6. Ryosuke NAKANISHI, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Speaker verication using weight-adapted score fusion in noisy reverberant environments,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.115, no.523, (no.SP2015-142), pp.267–272, 29th March, 2016.
    webpage [4members]
  7. Kenta IIDA and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Codestream Level Secure Identification for JPEG 2000 Images,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.116, no.33, (no.IT2016-2), pp.7–12, 19th May, 2016.
    [4members]
  8. Shihono MOCHIZUKI, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A study of sentence design based on pop-noise balance for voice liveness detection,”
    IPSJ Music and computer Symposium,
    no.MUS2016-05, 21st May, 2016.
    [4members]
  9. Yuko SAITO, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “A generation scheme of random unitary matrices for template protection ,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.116, no.95, (no. SIP2016-48), pp.73–78, 16th June, 2016.
    [4members]
  10. Yuma KINOSHITA, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Inverse Tone Mapping Based on Reinhard's Tone Mapping Operator ,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.IEICE-116 , no.95, (no.SIP2016-47), pp.67–72, 16th June, 2016.
    webpage [4members]
  11. Yusuke Sugawara, Osamu WATANABE, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Image retrieval in JPEG 2000 codestream domain by a deep learning approach ,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.IEICE-116 , no.95, (no.SIP2016-49), pp.79–84, 16th June, 2016.
    webpage [4members]
  12. Tatsuya CHUMAN, Kenta KURIHARA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Safety Evaluation for Permutation-Based Image Encryption Schemes against Jigsaw Puzzle Solvers,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.116, no.132, (no.EMM2016-25), pp.23–28, 14th July, 2016.
    webpage [4members]
  13. Shihono MOCHIZUKI, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Voice liveness detection based on pop-noise detector with phoneme information for speaker verification,”
    Acoustical Society of Japan Autumn Meeting,
    no.3-Q-9, pp.107–108, 16th September, 2016.
    [4members]
  14. Takeshi OGASAWARA, Shoko IMAIZUMI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Extension of Permutation-Based Image Encryption Schemes for Lossless Image Compression,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.116, no.303, (no.EMM2016-61), pp.43–48, 17th November, 2016.
  15. Kenta KURIHARA, Hiroyuki KOBAYASHI, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Encryption-then-Compression System Allowing the Use of Arbitrary Chroma Interpolation Methods for JPEG Compression,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.116, no.344, (no.SIS2016-28), pp.1–6, 8th December, 2016.
    [4members]
  16. Yuma KINOSHITA, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “An Inverse Tone Mapping Scheme Considering Singularities for Reinhard\\\'s Global Operator,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.116, no.344, (no.SIS2016-29), pp.7–12, 8th December, 2016.
    [4members]
  17. Tatsuya CHUMAN, Kenta KURIHARA, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Extension of Jigsaw Puzzle Solvers and Its Attack on Permutation-Based Image Encryption Schemes,”
    Technical Report of IEICE,
    vol.116, no.347, (no.IE2016-99), pp.115–120, 9th December, 2016.
    webpage [4members]
  18. Shiori NAKANO, Sayaka SHIOTA, and Hitoshi KIYA,
    “Investigation of integer-based phase information extraction for automatic speaker verification,”
    Speech Committee,
    vol.2016-SLP-114, no.16, pp.65–70, 20th December, 2016.
    [4members]

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