Understanding Support System for Kansei of Teacher in Fashion Domain

ID: 53284 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Nozomu Fukumura and Tomoko Kojiri, Kansai University, Japan

Tuesday, June 26 4:10-4:30 PM Location: De Dam 2 View on map

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Abstract: In order to create sophisticate artworks, not only technical skill but also Kansei should be obtained from teachers. However, Kansei is implicit, so it is often not taught clearly by teachers. The objective of this research is to propose a method for learning Kansei of teachers and to develop its support system, especially in the fashion domain. Kansei is represented implicitly in the artworks. Thus, if learners can create artworks that teachers may create, they may understand Kansei of teachers. This research proposes a method for acquiring Kansei of teachers in which learners estimate coordination of clothes designed by teachers until they get to the correct answer. This research also proposes the system for supporting this learning method. It consists of two parts. One is to acquire the coordination of clothes designed by teachers as correct answers. The other is to infer the coordination of clothes by learners. The latter system derives hints if learners answered wrongly so as to reach to the correct answers.


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