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Investigation of Massage by Using Tactile Score

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In order to explore “hidden” language inside the massage technique, we investigate the construction of massage based on “basic” technique that we extracted from massages; and we examine each “image of massage” by using Semantic Differential method (SD method) and show massages composed of these basic techniques and having rules of composition.

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  1. Suzuki Y, Watanabe J, Suzuki R (2012) Tactile score, a knowledge media of tactile sense for creativity. In: Watanabe T (ed) Smart innovation, systems and technologies vol 14, no.1, Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp 579–589

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Suzuki, Y., Suzuki, R. (2014). Investigation of Massage by Using Tactile Score . In: Tactile Score. SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology. Springer, Tokyo.

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