Recent or upcoming event
- 2017/04/04: Following the news on adoption of the Graduate School of Science and Technology,
the program of this laboratory,
``Hirameki Tokimeki Science'' was also adopted at the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
In addition to the junior high school student program which we have carried out for three years this year, we will also hold a program for elementary school students.The title of the workshop is the same as last year's as the following:
``Time machine-less travel to the past: Visualization of classical and modern Japanese'' The fourth HIRAMEKI TOKIMEKI SCIENCE 2018
- Seminars for junior high school students will be held on August 1 (limited to 20 students).
- Seminars for elementary students will be held on Descember 26 (limited to 10 students).
- Outline and detail of application will be announced at a later date.
''Hirameki(exploring) and Tokimeki(inspiring) Science'' is: A program which provides the essense of fantastic world of science for 5 or 6 year elementary school students, junior high school students, and high school students through the open seminar based on the research conducted by KAKENI, the national grant by Japan Society of the Promotion of Science (JSPS).
- 2018/04/01: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
``A fundamental study of effective visualization and description of
longitudinal changes of classical Japanese poetic vocabulary'' has been approved and I will have the grant.
- 2018/11/01 The news of Best Poster Award are relesed at the pages of the Institute of Liberal Arts: here.
Linguistics: Mathematical Approach of Historical Changes of LanguageTheme of this laboratory is:
``If we could see a figure of language, what would it be?''There are five senses such as `looking', `touching', `listening', `sniffing', `tasting', but this five senses is also a fundamental way of analysis. Among them, the easiest `seeing', so-called `visualization' is one of technologies that has received much attention now. There are many things to understand by seeing, but there are many worlds that cannot be seen than we expected. Language itself is not originally shaped. However, if a language has a form, what a form it is, which is one of the biggest romances. Through visualization of the language, we are conducting research to consider the appearance of language.
Have you thought about such a thing?
- What is linguistic difference between "J-POP Japanese" and "Manga Japanese"?
- Is the "Samurai language in TV" really a "Samurai language of the time"?
- From when does "young girl speech style" change into "middle aged lady speech style"?
- So, what kind of words will hear in 'middle aged lady speech style'?
- When you come to speak English very well, does that English feel like Japanese?
- What is the secret of a foreigner who can speak Japanese fluently like a Japanese?
- Are there any tips for improving your foreign languages?
- Why is honorific expression difficult?
- Can you think of linguistics by mathematics?
- Can I make diagrams (models) of languages with computers?
- How can we make an average love letter a love letter that makes you unexpected?
- How many words can not be examined in the dictionary?
- How do you know the meaning of words that can not be looked up in a dictionary?
- Our laboratory is seeking applications: Master and Doctor course students who intend to study linguistics in the field of mathematical modeling and quantitative analysis.
- The subject is not only rigid things such as comparison of "Japanese of modern times", or "Japanese of Heian era."
- How is "Japanese in comics" and "Japanese in drama" different?
- How is "Japanese in J-POP" and "Japanese in Enka (Japanese Folk music)" different?
- How is "Japanese in Manzai (Stand up comedy by two people)" and "Japanese in Rakugo"?
- How is Japanese different from "Western area Rakugo" and "Eastern area Rakugo"?
- Through these differences, if you want to know what is language? You are very welcome.
- If you would like to study linguistics, theory of language, corpus linguistics at the university of science, please contact us.
- If you have never studied linguistics, please come to our class once.
- If it is for the first time to learn Linguistics, it may be difficult. It is, however, a good idea to be a student as a research student.
- We open courses of linguistics in the department of social and human science. I am lecturing on "Fundamentals of linguistics and applied linguistics".
- Please consider those who have already worked and are considering earning a doctor degree for your future career.
- I will consider of the circumstances of your workplace and I can change the time for advising you to your convenient time.
- Please contact us by e-mail for more information.
- Doing research for truth.
- Being calm.
- Not cheat.
- Foundation firm.
- A fun moment, a chance to learn.
- If you do, you can do it. If you not do, you will never be able to do it.
- The fundamental research on the development of thesaurus of classical Japanese poetic vocabulary and description of lexical space. `
- Development of the dictionary for classical Japanese poetry (Japanese)
- Kokinshu Japanese - English Parallel Database (Japanese)
- Kanji Statistic Filter 'ksf'
- POS tagger for Classical Japanese 'kh'
- Japanese kwic 'jk' Concordance
- Japanese string reverse printer 'jr'
- Kokinshu DB
Recent or upcoming event
- 2013/03/06: Presentation at Tokyo Institute of Technology
(2013a)Bor Hodoscek, Hilofumi Yamamoto. Futashikana Joho ga Fukumareru Bun no Keishiki, Risk Solution in Engineering Systems 2012, Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Vol. 2012, pp. 236-245, Mar. 2013.
- 2012/09/15-17: Presentation at
2012 University of Tokyo
Makiro Tanka and Hilofumi Yamamoto "Emotive Adjectives and Verbs of the Heian Japanese", p. 52.
Hilofumi Yamamoto, Makiro Tanaka, and Yasuhiro Kondo "Design of Serial Comparison Model for the Diachronic Corpus Study of Japanese", pp. 50-1.
- 2012/09/10: Routledge Comprehensive Grammar Series, Japanese: A Comprehensive Grammar will be published soon. (To Be Published October 24th 2012 by Routledge 692 pages)
- 2012/08/08-13: Presentation at
SNPD 2012 Kyoto.
Makiro Tanka and Hilofumi Yamamoto "A Corpus Study of Emotive Adjectives and Verbs of the Heian Japanese"
Hilofumi Yamamoto, Makiro Tanaka, and Yasuhiro Kondo "Diachronic Corpus and Linguistic Space: New Methods for the Analysis of Language Change"
- 2012/08/04-05: Presentation at
NINJAL International Symposium on Valency Classes and
Alternations in Japanese (Tokyo: NINJAL)
Makiro Tanka and Hilofumi Yamamoto
- 2012/03/20: Presentation at Open Seminar/Workshop for Japanese Teaching and Education Supporting System Using Information Technology hosted Osaka Electro-Communication University. Title: "Informatics and Japanese Education" [leaflet] [slide]
- 2012/03/06: Presentation at
the first workshop for Japanese corpus
(National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics)
- Diachronic Corpus and Linguistic Space [slide]
- 2012/02/01: My paper published: "Gurafu o mochiita shugoenzan ni yoru wakayogo no kaiseki" (An Analysis of Poetic Vocabulary Using Boolean Operation and Graph Expression) in Goikenkyu Vol. 9, 2011.
- 2011/12/10: Presentation at
(Ryukoku University, Kyoto)
- Lexical Space of Yamabuki (Japanese Kerria) [slide]
- 2011/09/12-4: Presentations at
OSDH 2011 (Osaka)
- Makiro Tanka and Hilofumi Yamamoto "Quantitative Analysis of Loanwords of Eight Literary Works in the Heian Period (794-1185)"
- Hilofumi Yamamoto "Graph Representation of the Connotations of Classical Japanese Poetic Vocabulary"
- 2011/08/22: Presentations at
ASIALEX 2011 (Kyoto)
- Makiro Tanka and Hilofumi Yamamoto "An analysis of Sino-Japanese words of the Heian period for the development of the historical Japanese dictionary"
- Hilofumi Yamamoto and Makiro Tanaka "Development of the thesaurus of classical Japanese poetic vocabulary"
- 2010/04/01: JSPS Research Grant in Aid for the development of Nijuichidaishu Dictionary.
- 2009/02/01: Moved to Japan, Tokyo Tech.
It contains additional entries for Hachidaishu compiled by the National Institute of Japanese Literature (Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiryokan).
I gave a talk at the Data Science Division, Faculty of Science and
Technology, Department of Mathematics, Keio University.
Modeling and Analysis of Classical Japanese Poetic Vocabulary
- 2008/03/24: I gave a talk at Kobe Kachoen.