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This ebook offers the chosen result of the 1st overseas Symposium on utilized desktops and data know-how (ACIT 2013) hung on August 31 – September four, 2013 in Matsue urban, Japan, which introduced jointly researchers, scientists, engineers, practitioners and scholars to debate all elements of utilized desktops & info expertise and its useful demanding situations. This ebook comprises the simplest 12 papers awarded on the convention, which have been selected in response to evaluate rankings submitted via contributors of this system committee and underwent additional rigorous rounds of review.

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The waveform obtained is shown in Fig. 5. This is of the key segment used in the experiments, the segment of the movement (e) in Fig. 2. It can be seen that the relative speed slowly decreases and then increases. The duration of the slow-down phase seems to be longer than that of the speed-up one. This movement may be considered to be the fundamental movement of tea ceremony. It can easily be seen that the fundamental movements appear everywhere in the movements of tea ceremony. Even if the actions are different, the patterns of the movements are quite similar.

Goto, A. Nakai, T. Yoshida, Interval of weaving kanaami, in Dynamics and Design Conference (2008), pp. 326_1–326_5 (in Japanese) 4. M. Ozaki, N. Oka, A training system for skill learning based on mining and visualization of skill archives, vol. 105(639), IEICE Technical report (2006), pp. 5–10 (in Japanese) 5. N. Kuwahara, K. Morimoto, J. Ota, M. Kanai, J. Maeda, M. Nakamura, Y. Kitajima, K. Aida, Sensor system for skill evaluation of technicians, in Proceedings of APD2012 (2012), pp. 5254–5263 6.

The length of the pause is from a half to one second. This pause corresponds to the normal pause. On the other hand, a host does not intend to make pauses in the latter kind of pause. These are considered to be stays rather than pauses. These pauses do not divide the series of actions. The scenes shown in (Fig. 1c, e, g–i) are of this type of pause. A host may not take breaths at these pauses. These are caused by that a host politely treats the instruments. These pauses are shorter than the former ones.

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