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Welcome to the Takeda Lab, located in the Grad. School of Information Science at Nagoya University, Japan.

Our laboratory focuses on applying digital signal processing technologies to a variety of problems that arise from the interaction of  humans with the rest of the world. 
We are interested in both understanding and modeling human behavior, as well as exploring the practical implications of our discoveries.

Our findings have had a significant impact on different areas of knowledge, including speech recognition, music processing, man-machine interfaces, driver identification and modeling, and the design of speakers and microphones.

Our research is concentrated in five major areas: driving behavior signal processing, speech and language, acoustics, music, and sensors. 
We are, therefore, broadly organized into five independent groups, which keep an intense communication.


Recent activity                                        

  • DSP2015 Suguru Yamazaki,Chiyomi Miyajima,Masataka Mori,Takashi Bando,Kazuhito Takenaka,and Kazuya Takeda,"Risky Lane Change Detection Based on Symbolization of Driving Data," The 7th Biennial Workshop on Digital Signal ...
    Posted Nov 4, 2015, 7:19 PM by masayuki tsuboi
  • DSP2015 Masayuki Tsuboi,Chiyomi Miyajima,and Kazuya Takeda,"Driving Scene Classification Using Vehicle Motion Estimated with Smartphone," The 7th Biennial Workshop on Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems(DPS in ...
    Posted Nov 4, 2015, 7:19 PM by masayuki tsuboi
  • EUSIPCO 2015 Tomoki Hayashi, Masafumi Nishida, Norihide Kitaoka, and Kazuya Takeda, "Daily Activity Recognition Based on DNN using Environmental Sound and Acceleration Signals," 23rd European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 2015), Proc EUSIPCO ...
    Posted Nov 4, 2015, 7:18 PM by masayuki tsuboi
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