Books and Monographs / Item: 6

Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures. Nakanishiya, pages 206. (JE)
Kawashima, M., Akama, R., Yano, K., Hachimura, K. and Inaba, M. eds (2009)
Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures. Nakanishiya, pages 206. (JE)
Gender Atlas of Japan. Akashi Shuppan, pages 92. (J)
Yakeda, Y., Kinoshita, R., Nakazawa, T. Wakabayashi, Y. Kamiya, H., Yui, Y. and Yano, K. eds (2007), Akashi Shuppan, pages 92. (J)
Gender Atlas of Japan. Akashi Shuppan, pages 92. (J)
Virtual Kyoto: exploring the past, present and future of Kyoto.
Yano, K., Nakaya, T. and Isoda, Y. eds (2007), Nakanishiya, 161 pages. (JE)
Virtual Kyoto: exploring the past, present and future of Kyoto.
Reading Digital Map.
Yano, K. (2006) , Nakanishiya, 149 pages.
Reading Digital Map.
Single Women's Urban Space.
Wakabayashi, Y., Kamiya, H., Kinoshita, R., Yui, Y. and Yano, K. eds (2002),Taimeido, 236 pages (J)
Single Women's Urban Space.
World of Geographical Information Systems: What's GIS?
Yano, K. (1999), Newton Press, 250 pages (J)
World of Geographical Information Systems: What's GIS?

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Chapters in Books / Item: 30

Yano, K. Migration and commuting pattern of the Kyoto Metropolis.
Uemura, Y. and Ueno, H. eds, Story of the Map of Kyoto (Second edition). Kokon, 2006, pages 34-35. (J)
Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Isoda, Y. and Kawasumi, T. Virtual Kyoto as 4D-GIS.
Lin, H. and Batty, M. eds, Virtual Geographic Environments. Science Press, 2009, pages 71-88.
Toshikazu Seto, Takafusa Iizuka, Ayako Matsumoto, Takashi Kirimura, Tomoki Nakaya and Yuzuru Isoda「Transition of Urban Landscape with Kyo-machiya in Virtual Kyoto」
Jieh Hsiang ed.“Digital Humanities: New Approaches on Historical Studies”,
pp.73- 92, National Taiwan University Press, 2011
●Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda and Tatsunori Kawasumi「Transition of Urban Landscape with Kyo-machiya in Virtual Kyoto」
in Hui Lin and Michael Batty eds. 『Virtual Geographic Environments』
pp.71-88, Science Press, 2009,
Yano, K. Geographical Information Systems and Digital Humanities: revolution and evolution.
Kawashima, M., Akama, R., Yano, K., Hachimura, K. and Inaba, M. eds, Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures. Nakanishiya, pages155-166.
Yano, K. Entertainment and GIS.
Murayama, Y. and Shibasaki, R. eds, GIS for Life and Culture. Asakura-Shoten, 2009, pages 18-34. (J)
Yano, K. Column: VR map and Kyoto virtual time-space.
Wakabayashi, Y. ed, Evolving Cartographic Science. Kokon, 2008, pages 39-42. (J)
Yano, K. Geographical information systems and Geographical Information science.
Kobayashi, S. and Sugiura, Y. eds, Human Geography. University of Air, 2008, pages 178-203. (J)
Yano, K. Urban systems.
Kobayashi, S. and Sugiura, Y. eds, Human Geography. University of Air, 2008, pages 158-177. (J)
Yano, K. Change of age-disaggregated inter-municipality migration of Japan.
Ishikawa, Y. ed, Declining Population and Region. Kyoto University Press, 2007, pages 91 -128. (J)
Yano, K. Disaster damages in the Hanshin-Awaji earthquake.
Kinda, A. and Ishikawa, Y.eds, Regional Geography of Japan: Kinki district. Asakura, 2006, pages 114- 119. (J)
Yano, K. Prospect of Daimonji mountain: viewing the fire festival.
Nakamura, K. ed, Ideas from maps. Kokon, 2005, pages 74-75. (J)
Yano, K. GeoComputation.
Murayama, Y. ed, GIS and geography. Asakura, 2005, pages 111-138. (J)
Yano, K. Intra-urban migration of Tokyo metropolitan area in the late 1980s and the late 1990s.
Yui, Y., Wakabayashi, Y. and Kamiya, H. eds, Gender urban geography. Kokon, 2004, pages 52-73. (J)
Yano, K. GIS and Metropolitan area research.
Kitagawa, K. ed, Modern Urban Geography. Kokon, 2004, pages 198-203. (J)
Yano, K. Geographical Information science.
Kobayashi, S. and Sugiura, Y. eds, Human Geography. University of Air, 2004, pages 205-221. (J)
Yano, K. Revolution of geographical Information systems.
Kobayashi, S. and Sugiura, Y. eds, Human Geography. University of Air, 2004, pages 189-204. (J)
Yano, K. Urban systems.
Kobayashi, S. and Sugiura, Y. eds, Human Geography. University of Air, 2004, pages 205-221. (J)
Yano, K. Spatial interaction modeling.
Sugiura, Y. ed, Geographical Spatial Analysis. Asakura, 2003, pages 84-106. (J)
Yano, K. Social map of a metropolis.
Tomita, K. and Fujii, T. eds, Map- Metropolis. Kokon, 2001, pages 16-19. (J)
Yano, K. Theoretical modeling of the Alan G. Wilson's urban and regional system.
Takeuchi, K. and Sugiura, Y. eds, Geographers of the 20th century. Kokon, 2001, pages 303-310. (J)
Yano, K. GIS and Quantitative Geography.
Kosaka, H. and Murayama, Y. (eds), GIS and its contribution to Geography, Kokon, 2001, pages 246-267. (J)
Yano, K. Archive of the digital social map.
Murayama, H. and Sato, M. eds, Social Information Literacy-Foundation of computers for humanities. Ohmusha, Ltd., 1999, pages 146-148. (J)
Yano, K. Structural transfiguration of the Kyoto Metropolis.
Uemura, Y. and Ueno, H. eds, Story of the Map of Kyoto. Kokon, 1999, pages 66-69 and pages 76-80. (J)
Yano, K. GIS for Regional Policy and Urban Planning.
Nakamura, K., Yorifuji, T. and Murayama, Y. eds, Studying the Geographical Information System. Kokon, 1998, pages 157-173. (J)
Yano, K. Social and Economic Map for the Revival of Support Systems.
Ritsumeikan University Earthquake Revival Research Project ed, The Policy Science of Earthquake Revival. Yuhikaku, 1998, pages 312-324. (J)
Yano, K. Re-evaluation of Berry's general field theory.
Nakamura, K. ed, Geography-An adventure of knowledge. Kokon, 1997, pages 134-147. (J)
Yano, K. A view of the transfiguration of Tokyo Metropolis from the perspective of the urban system.
Takahashi, N. and Taniuchi, T. eds, The three great metropolitan cities of Japan. Kokon, 1994, pages 22-48. (J)
Yano, K. Survey of Computer Use (Human Geography).
Masai, Y. and Koike, K. eds, Manual for the preparation of a research paper. Kokon, 1994, pages 130-142. (J)
Nakabayashi, I. and Yano, K. The Tokyo Metropolis and its increasing aging population.
Morioka, S. and Nakabayashi, K. eds, Transfiguration of the aging population: The Lifestyle of the aging population in a metropolis. Nippon Hyoron Sha Co., Ltd, 1994, pages 11-32. (J)

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Publications in Journals and Proceedings / Item: 79

YANO, K., HACHIMURA, K., AKAMA, R., INABA M. and SUZUKI, K. Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Cultures. Proceedings of International conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities, 2009, pages 25-42.

Kirimura, T., Tsukamoto, A. and Yano, K. Building a spatiotemporal database ofstreet names in Kyoto. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2009 no.16, 2009, pages 331-338. (JE)

Seto, T. and Yano, K. On restoration of historical urban landscape by digitalizing photography resources. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2009 no.16, 2009, pages 339-344. (JE)

Hashimoto, M., Murata, M., Torii, Y., Nagano, R., Tanaka, H. and Yano, K. Digitalarchive of Gion-matsuri using high-resolution multiband imaging camera. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2009 no.16, 2009, pages 171-176. (JE)

Seto, T., Matsumoto, A., Iizuka, T. and Yano, K. Public Participation GIS of Historical Landscapes: A Case Study of “Machiya Community-building Survey” in Kyoto City. Proceedings of 22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, 2009 (USB memory)

Kimura, T., Yano, K. and Kawaguchi, H. Applicability of 3D GIS to the View Preservation Policy of Kyoto City. Proceedings of 22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, 2009 (USB memory)

Iizuka, T., Matsumoto, A., Seto, T. and Yano, K. GIS-based Monitoring System for Kyo-machiya in Kyoto City. Proceedings of 22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, 2009 (USB memory)

Yano, K., Nakayaa, T., Tanaka, S., Isoda, Y., Seto, T., Takase, Y., Iizuka, T., Matsumoto, A., Kirimura, T. and Tsukamoto, A. Transplanting Architectural Heritages into A Historical Virtual Geographic Environment: Kyo-machiya Surveys and Virtual Kyoto. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Digital Earth (ISDE6), 2009 (CD-ROM)

Hanaoka, K., Nakaya, T., Yano, K. and Isoda, Y. Analysis of the Determinants of Kyomachiya (Traditional Wooden Townhouse) demolitions in Nishijin district, Kyoto. Geographical Review of Japan Series A 82-3, 2009, pages 227-242. (JE)

Longley, P. A., Singleton, A., Yano, K. and Nakaya, T. Lost in translation? Cross-cultural experiences in teaching geo-genealogy. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. in Press

Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Isoda, Y., Takase, Y., Kawasumi, T., Matsuoka, K., Seto, T., Kawahara, D., Tsukamoto, A., Inoue, M. and Kirimura, T. Virtual Kyoto: 4D-GIS comprising spatial and temporal dimensions. Journal of Geography 117-2, 2008, pages 464- 478.

Nakaya, T. and Yano, K. Spatio-temporal three-dimensional mapping of crime events: visualizing spatio-temporalclusters of snatch-and-run offences. Journal of Geography, 117-2, 2008, pages 506-521. (JE)

Seto, T., Todokoro, T., Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Kirimura, T., Kondo, A. and Totoki, K.The landscape model of historical city surrounding the Gion festival of Kyoto: visualization of the past, present and future in Shinmachi street. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2008 no.15, 2008, pages 89-96. (JE)

Salat, S., Delayre, M., Yano, K., Nakaya, T. and Morterol, A. International comparison of Urban Morphologies: Kyoto, Paris and Chinese cities. Proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information, 2008

Isoda, Y., Tsukamoto, A., Kosaka, Y., Okumura, T., Sawai, M., Yano, K., Nakata S. and Tanaka, S. Reconstruction of Kyoto of the Edo era based on arts and historical documents: 3D urban model based on Historical GIS data. International Journal for Humanities and Arts Computing in Press

Kirimura, T., Matsuoka, K. and Yano, K. Monitoring system of modern architectures and industrial heritages in Kyoto city using WebGIS. Papers and Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems Association 17, 2008, pages 193-198. (JE)

Iizuka, T., Inoue, M., Yano, K., Takagi, K., Nishi, T. and Morikawa H. The third Kyo-machiya community-building survey using GIS. Papers and Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems Association 17, 2008, pages 551-556. (JE)

Seto, T., Kirimura, T. and Yano, K. Architecture and problems of WebGIS using distributed geographic information service as Open API. Papers and Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems Association 17, 2008, pages 483-488. (JE)

Yano, K. Virtual Kyoto: 4D GIS comprising spatial and temporal dimensions. Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Digital Documentation of Cultural Heritage, pages 32- 37. (JE)

Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Isoda, Y., Takase, Y., Kawasumi, T., Matsuoka, K., Seto, T., Kawahara, D., Tsukamoto, A., Inoue M. and Kirimura, T. Virtual Kyoto. the Proceeding of Virtual Geographic Environments: An International Conference on Developments in Visualization and Virtual Environments in Geographic Information Science, 2008 (CD-ROM)

Seto, T., Kirimura, T., Watanabe,K. and Yano, K. On the possibility of geographical studies using a WebGIS access log record: the caseof the Virtual Kyoto 3D map. Proceedings of the 13th Symposium of Human Science and Database, 2007, pages 53-62. (JE)

Yano, K. GIS based Japanese family name maps and their potential in geographic information science. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2007 no.15, 2009, pages 47-54. (JE)

Inoue, M., Nakaya, T., Yano, K. and Urakawa, G. The utility of mobile GIS (POS system) in a field survey method for cultural heritage. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2007 no.15, 2009, pages 95-100. (JE)

Kawasumi, T., Hashimoto, T., Yamanaka, A., Takase, Y. and Yano, K. Construction of “Virtual Nagaoka-kyo 3D map” and its application to museum exhibit. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2007 no.15, 2009, pages 23 -30. (JE)

Kirimura, T., Seto, T. and Yano, K. Building the database of small area statistics about socio-economic variables in modern Kyoto. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2007 no.15, 2009, pages 9-16. (JE)

Nakaya, T., Fotheringham, S., Hanaoka, K., Clarke, G., Ballas, D. and Yano, K., Combining microsimulation and spatial interaction models for retail location analysis, Journal of Geographical Systems, 9(4), 2007, pages 345-369.

Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Isoda, Y., Takase, Y., Kawasumi, T., Matsuoka, K., Seto, T., Kawahara, D., Tsukamoto, A., Inoue M. and Kirimura, T., Virtual Kyoto, HISTORICAL MAPS AND GIS, 2007, pages 39-46.

Yano, K., Virtual Time-Space of Kyoto: towards building social consensus using GIS, GIM International 20-4 2006 pages 45-47.

Yano, K., Koga, S., Takashi, K. and Murao, T. Reuse and problems of small area statistics on Business Census using GIS. Statistics (Japan Statistical Association) 57-6, 2006, pages 22-30. (J)

Yano, K. Location of and change in establishments within the sphere of train stations in Kyoto prefecture using GIS: small area statistic of the Establishment and Enterprise Census of Japan, The Ritsumeikan Bungaku, 593, 2006, pages 154-171. (JE)

Yano, K., Isoda, Y., Nakaya, T., Kawasumi, T., Matsuoka, K., Takase, Y., Kawahara, D., Kawahara, N., Inoue, M., Tsukamoto, A. and Kirimura, T., Creating Virtual Time Space of Kyoto, ejournal GEO, first issue published by the Association of Japanese Geographers (AJG), 2006, pages 12-21 (JE)

Isoda, Y., Yano, K. and Nakaya, T. On the use of Delauney links in detecting contiguous Kyo-machiyas. Papers and Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems Association 14, 2005, pages 521-524. (JE)

Kamiya, H., Adachi, K. and Yano, K. Social Atlas of Kanazawa. Studies and Essays History, Archaeology, and Geography (Faculty of Letters, Kanazawa University) 25, 2005, pages 193-214. (J)

Yano, K., Isoda, Y., Kawasumi, T., Kawahara, D., Inoue, M., Nakaya, T., Takase, Y., Tsukamoto, A., Kirimura, T., Tanaka, S., Tanaka, H., Akama, R., Hachimura, K. and Kawashima, M. Kyoto art entertainment on the virtual time-space. Proceedings of the 1st Symposium of Digital Contents, 2005 (CD-ROM)

Yano, K., Isoda, Y., Kawasumi, T., Nakaya, T., Takase, Y., Kawahara, D. and Inoue, M. Kyoto Virtual Time Space Based on 4D-GIS. Reading historical spatial information from around the world: studies of culture and civilization based on geographic information systems data, 2005, pages 379-391 (JE)

Nakaya, T., Isoda, Y., Yano, K., Takase, Y., Kawasumi, T., Tanaka, S., Kawahara, N., Inoue, M.,Tsukamoto, A., Kirimura, T., Matsuoka, K., Kawahara, D., Sone, A., Shiroki, M., Motojima, D.and Ohmoto, N. Kyoto Virtual Time-space.A 4D GIS for exploring historical landscapes in Kyoto. Proceedings of International Symposium on Area Informatics and Historical Studies in Thang Long ? Hanoi, 2005, pages 10-24.

Takase, Y., Yano, K., Isoda, Y., Kawasumi, T., Tanaka, S., Nakaya, T., Kawahara, N., Koga, S., Inoue, M., Kawahara, D., Sone, A., Shiroki, M., Motojima, D. and Ohmoto, N. Virtual Time-space of Kyoto: A visualization with virtual reality and web technologies. Proceedings of 1st Forum on the Promotion of European and Japanese Culture and Traditions in Cyber-Societies and Virtual Reality, 2005 (Unpublished).

Yano, Y., Isoda, Y., Kawahara, D., Kawasumi, T., Inoue, M., Nakaya, T. and Takase, Y. Kyoto Virtual Time Space based on 4D-GIS. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities (IPSJ Symposium Series), vol.2004 no.17, 2004, pages17-24. (JE)

Kawahara N., Kawasumi T., Yano K., Nakaya T., Isoda Y., Takase Y., Inoue M., Kawahara D. and Tsukamoto, A. Kyo-machiya Virtual Time Space in Showa era and Heisei era ?Restoration of the decrease process of kyo-machiya using kyo-machiya Virtual Time Space database and VR technology -. Minzoku Kenchiku 126, 2004, pages 67-71. (J)

Yano, K., Kawahara, D., Isoda, Y., Nakaya, T. and Miyajima, R. Monitoring the changes of traditional architecture in Kyoto using GIS: The case of “Kyo-machiya” townhouses. Papers and proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems Association, 13, 2004, pages 459-462. (JE)

Kawahara, D., Isoda, Y., Kawasumi, T., Inoue, M., Nakaya, T., Yano, Y. and Takase, Y. VIRTUAL KYOTO: transitions of urban landscapes in a historical city. Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, 2004, CD-ROM (JE)

Yano, K., Nakaya, T. and Isoda, Y. Virtual Kyoto: restoring historical urban landscapes using VR technologies. Proceedings of the Nara Symposium for digital silk roads, 2004, pages 429-438.

Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Isoda, Y., Kawasumi, T., Takase, Y., Kawahara, D., INOUE, M., Iwakiri, S. and Tsukamoto, A. Kyoto virtual time space. Proceeding of the 15th Seminar on Computer and Oriental Studies, 2004, pages 47-56. (JE)

Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Isoda, Y., Kawasumi, T. and Takase, Y. Kyoto virtual time space. Proceeding of IPSJ SIG-CVIM: Computer Vision and Image, 2004, pages 97-104. (JE)

Kawasumi, T., Yano, K., Kawahara, D. Inoue, M. and Iwakiri, S. Construction of the kyo-machiya time space database using the aerial photo images, Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities, vol.2003 no.21, 2003, pages 111-118. (JE)

Yano, K., Takase, Y., Isoda, Y., Kawahara, D. Inoue, M., Iwakiri, S., Koga, S. Kawahara, N. and Kawasumi, T. Kyoto virtual time space: around the Shijo Street. Proceeding of SIG Computers and the Humanities, vol.2003 no.21, 2003, pages 103 -110. (JE)

Kawahara, N., Yano, K., Koga, S., Takase, Y., Kawasumi, T., Inoue, M., Kawahara, D. and Iwakiri, S. Construction of the monitoring system of Kyo-machiyas using 4D-GIS. Minzoku Kenchiku (Journal of the Japan Institute of Folk House), 124, 2003, pages 13 ? 22. (J)

Yano, K., Nakaya, T., Fotheringham, S., Openshaw, S. and Ishikawa, Y. A comparison of migration behaviour in Japan and Britain using spatial interaction models. International Journal of Population Geography, 9,2003,pages 419-432.

Kamiya, H., Nakazawa, T. Kinoshita, R. and Yano, K. Women’s life in Tokyo city. Geographical Reports of Kanazawa University, 10, 2002, pages 49 ? 60. (J)

Yano, K. GIS and Quantitative Geography. GeoJournal, 2001, pages 173-180.

Yano, K. and Asai, Y. Construction of geodemographics based on the 1995 population census of Japan. 10th Geographical Information Systems Research Presentation Series, 2001, pages 279-284. (JE)

Yano, K., Nakaya, T. and Kato, H. A new social atlas of Kyoto based on cartogram systems for small area units. Proceedings of Asia GIS 2001, 2001, page 8.

Fotheringham, S., Nakaya, T., Yano, K. Openshaw, S. and Ishikawa, Y. Hierarchical destination choice and spatial interaction modeling: a simulation experiment. Environment and Planning A, 33, 2001, pages 901-920.

Yano, K., Nakaya, T. and Ishikawa, Y. An analysis of inter-municipal migration flows in Japan using GIS and spatial interaction modeling. Geographical Review of Japan, 73 (Ser. B), 2001, pages 165-177. )

Yano, K. Environmental planning of the Harvard University GSD using GIS. Landscape Research, 64-3, 2001, pages 212-215. (J)

Yano, K., Nakaya, T. and Takeda, Y. Digital aging population mapping for Kyoto using GIS. Kyoto Regional Research, 15, 2001, pages 119-145. (J)

Yano, K. and Takeda, Y. Digital grid social mapping of Japan using GIS. Kyoto Regional Research, 15, 2001, pages 95-118. (J)

Yano, K. and Takeda, Y. Census Mapping System of the Kyoto region based on small area data of the population census using GIS. Kyoto Regional Research, 14, 2000, pages 1-12. (J)

Yano, K. and Kagoshima, H. Digital social mapping of the Kyoto city zone using the Ritsumeikan Geographical Information System (RGIS). Kyoto Regional Research, 13, 1998, pages 61-91. (J)

Yano, K. Ritsumeikan Geographical Information System and GIS education. The Ritsumeikan Bungaku, 553, 1998, pages 264-286. (J)

Yano, K. Recent problems related to the contents of education within human geography in Japanese universities. Journal of Geography, 106, 1997, pages 780-783. (J)

Yano, K. The paradigm shift in geographical information system (GIS) revolution. The Ritsumeikan Bungaku, 551, 1997, pages 223-243. (J)

Komoriya, Y., Sugiura, Y. and Yano, K. Spatial interaction modeling of inter- urban migration in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Comprehensive Urban Studies, 64, 1997, pages 109-133. (JE)

Komoriya, Y., Sugiura, Y. and Yano, K. Centrography approach to inter-urban migration in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Comprehensive Urban Studies, 60, 1996, pages 25-47. (JE)

Yano, K. Transfiguration of the Konan region from the perspective of population movement. Kyoto Regional Research, 12, 1997, pages 17-29. (J)

Yano, K. Intra-metropolitan migration in Tokyo metropolitan area in the late 1980s. Comprehensive Urban Studies, 59, 1996, pages 35-47. (JE)

Yano, K. Regional transfiguration in Kuchi-tamba from the viewpoint of population characteristics. Kyoto Regional Research, 10, 1995, pages 20-32. (J)

Yano, K. An entropy maximizing approach to the recovery of incomplete geographical data matrices. Notes on Theoretical Geography, 9, 1995, pages 1-10. (J)

Yano, K. Transfiguration of living space and migration and activity patterns in Otokuni region. Kyoto Regional Research, 8, 1993, pages 23-39. (J)

Yano, K. Integration of spatial interaction models: towards a general theory of spatial interaction. Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University, 28, 1993, pages 33-78.

Yano, K. Note on spatial interaction models as a discrete choice model: from entropy maximizing models to multinomial logit models. Notes on Theoretical Geography, 8, 1992, pages 55-75. (J)

Yano, K. Development of a user system for regional grid-geographical information system (GIS) and Geography. The Journal of Ritsumeikan Geographical Society, 4, 1992, pages 27-40. (J)

Yano, K. Architectural, planning and geographic research utilizing computer- aided color graphics. Memories of Faculty of Technology Tokyo Metropolitan University, 41, 1991, pages 4381-4393. (JE)

Yano, K. Recent advances in spatial interaction modeling based on Poisson Gravity Models. City Planning Research Paper Collection, 26, 1991, pages 517-522. (JE)

Yano, K. An INDSCAL approach to analysis of individual differences in cognitive maps. Notes on Theoretical Geography, 7, 1990, pages 21-43. (J)

Yano, K., Shiono, K., Ikuta, S and Mochizuki, T. Introduction to the geographical system of the Center for Urban Studies, Tokyo Metropolitan University (TMGIS)-Regional Grid Data Information System of Tokyo. Comprehensive Urban Studies, 39, 1990, pages 185-201. (JE)

Yano, K., Akiyama, T. and Mochizuki, T. Changes in the spatial distribution of the elderly population in Tokyo between 1975 and 1980. Comprehensive Urban Studies, 39, 1990, pages 161-183. (JE)

Yano, K. A note on interpretation of the balancing factors of spatial interaction model. Notes on Theoretical Geography, 6, 1989, pages 17-34. (J)

Yano, K. An extended Berry’s field theoretic approach to intra-urban system in the Toyota planning region. Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University, 22, 1987, pages 169-187.

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Translations / Item: 3

Brian J. L. Berry (2002): Clara Voce Cognito, in Peter Gould and Forrest R.Pitts (eds) Geographical Voices, University of Syracuse Press; Syracuse
Reprinted in Japanese
Yano, K. Clara Voce Cognito, in Sugiura, Y. ed (2008): Geographical Voices, Kokon, pages 1-27.

Carl Steinitz et al. (1996): Biodiversity and landscape planning: alternative futures for the region of Camp Pendleton, California. Harvard University
Carl Steinitz et al. (1997): An alternative future for the region of Camp Pendleton, California. Harvard University
Reprinted in Japanese
Yano, K. and Nakaya, T. (1999): Biodiversity and Landscape Planning using GIS, Chijinshobo, 181 pages.

Peter Gould (1985): The geographer at work, Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Reprinted in Japanese
Yano, K., Tatsuoka, Y. and Mizuno, I. (1994): Frontier of Modern Geography, vol.2, Chijinshobo, 223 pages.

Invited Articles / Item: 2

▲Keiji Yano, Carl Steinitz, Yuzuru Isoda, Kazumasa Hanaoka, Tomoki Nakaya and Eric Wittner「Post-tsunami Restoration in Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan」(Proceedings of Geodesign International Conference of Geodesign: Maximizing Beneficial, 2013 geodesign2013@Peking CD)

▲Keiji Yano「Virtual Time-Space of Kyoto: towards building social consensus using GIS」(GIM International, Vol.20 No.4, 2006, pp.45-47)

Peer-Reviewed Articles / Item: 41

Salat H, Murcio R, Yano K, Arcaute E, Uncovering inequality through multifractality of land prices: 1912 and contemporary Kyoto. PLoS ONE 13-4, 2018

●L. Li, W. Choi, K. Hachimura, K. Yano, T. Nishiura, and H. T. Tanaka, “Virtual Yamahoko Parade Experience System with Vibration Simulation,” ITE Transactions on Media Technology and Applications, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 248-255, 2014. 

●James A. Cheshire, Paul A. Longley, Keiji Yano and Tomoki Nakaya「Japanese surname regions」(Papers in Regional Science, 2013, DOI: 10.1111/pirs.12002)

●Naomi Akaishi,Toshikazu Seto,Keiji Yano and Yukihiro Fukushima「Digitalization of ‘Large-scale Maps of Kyoto City (Kyoto-shi meisai-zu)」, (The 3rd International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2011,December, 2011, pp.3-16)再掲(in Jieh Hsiang ed.『Essential Digital Humanities: Defining Patterns and Paths』, National Taiwan University Press, 2012, pp.191-212)

●Ayako Matsumoto,Toshikazu Seto,Takafusa Iizuka,Mei-Po Kwan and Keiji Yano,「What Can be Obtained from Presentation Text?: Qualitative GIS Analysis into Cultural Landscape」(Supporting Digital Humanities 2011,November, 2011,4p. (USB memory))

●Keiji Yano,Toshikazu Seto,Ayako Matsumoto,Naomi Akaishi and Dai Kawahara,「Restoring Streetscape in the Past on Virtual Kyoto」, (IGU Regional Geographic Confernce UGI 2011,November, 2011, 9p. (CD-ROM)

●Liang Li,Woong Choi,Yuichiro Hara,Kazuyuki Izuno,Keiji Yano and Kozaburo Hachimura, 「Reproduction of rolling and vibration for virtual Yamahoko Parade experiencing system」(VRSJ the 16th Annual Conference, September, 2011,pp.470-473)

●Shinya Yasumoto,Andy Jones,Tomoki Nakaya,and Keiji Yano,「The use of a virtual city model for assessing equity in access to views」(Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Vol.35 No.6 November, 2011, pp.464-473)

●Shinya Yasumoto,Andy Jones,Keiji Yano and Tomoki Nakaya,「Virtual city models for assessing environmental equity of access to sunlight: A case study of Kyoto, Japan」(International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.26 No.1, November, 2011, pp.1-13)

●Woong Choi, Takahiro Fukumori, Kohei Furukawa, Kozaburo Hachimura, Takanobu Nishiura and Keiji Yano「Virtual Yamahoko Parade in Virtual Environment」(Nicograph International 2010, Singapore, June, 2010)

●Woong Choi, Takahiro Fukumori, Kohei Furukawa, Kozaburo Hachimura,Takanobu Nishiura and Keiji Yano「Virtual Yamahoko Parade in Virtual Kyoto」(SIGGRAPH 2010, Los Angeles Convention Center Los Angeles ,USA, July, 2010)

●Woong Choi, Takahiro Fukumori, Kohei Furukawa, Kozaburo Hachimura, Takanobu Nishiura and Keiji Yano「Virtual Yamahoko Parade in Virtual Space」(The 6th Joint Workshop on Machine Perception and Robotics(MPR2010), INAMORI Frontier Research Center, Fukuoka, Japan, October, 2010)

●Hiromi Tanaka, Keiji Yano, Kozaburo Hachimura, Takanobu Nishiura, Woong Choi, Takahiro Fukumori, Kohei Furukawa, Masaru Tsuchida and Naoki Saiwaki「Digital Archiving of the World Intangible Cultural Heritage “Gion Festival in Kyoto”-Reproducing a “Fune-boko” Float of the Gion Festival Parade in “Virtual Kyoto” –」(Proceedings of ASIAGRAPH 2010, VENUE, Shanghai,China, 12 June, 2010)

●Masaru Tsuchida, Keiji Yano and Hiromi Tanaka「Development of a High-definition and Multispectral Image Capturing System for Digital Archiving of Early Modern Tapestries of Kyoto Gion Festival」(20th International Conference on Pattern Recognition, the Istanbul Convention & Exhibition Centre, Istanbul, Turkey, 23-26 August, 2010)

●Toshikazu Seto, Takafusa Iizuka, Ayako Matsumoto, Takashi Kirimura, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya and Yuzuru Isoda「Transition of Urban Landscape with Kyo-machiya in Virtual Kyoto」(International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2010, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 30 November, 2010)

●Yuzuru Isoda,Akihiro Tsukamoto,Yoshihiro Kosaka,Takuya Okumura,Masakazu Sawai,Keiji Yano,Susumu Nakata,Satoshi Tanaka 「Reconstruction of Kyoto of the Edo era based on arts and historical documents: 3D urban model based on Historical GIS data」(International Journal for Humanities and Arts Computing, Vol.3 No.1-2, pp.21-38)

●Toshikazu Seto, Ayako Matsumoto, Takafusa Iizuka and Keiji Yano「Public Participation GIS of Historical Landscapes: A Case Study of “Machiya Community-building Survey” in Kyoto City」(22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium Terrsa, Kyoto, Japan, 11-15 October, 2009, USB memory)

●Takashi Kimura, Keiji Yano and Hiroshi Kawaguchi「Applicability of 3D GIS to the View Preservation Policy of Kyoto City」(22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, Terrsa, Kyoto, Japan , 11-15 October, 2009, USB memory)

●Takafusa Iizuka, Ayako Matsumoto, Toshikazu Seto and Keiji Yano「GIS-based Monitoring System for Kyo-machiya in Kyoto City」(22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, Terrsa, Kyoto, Japan, 11-15 October, 2009, USB memory)

●Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Satoshi Tanaka, Yuzuru Isoda, Toshikazu Seto, Yutaka Takase, Takafusa Iizuka, Ayako Matsumoto, Takashi Kirimura and Akihiro Tsukamoto「Transplanting Architectural Heritages into A Historical Virtual Geographic Environment: Kyo-machiya Surveys and Virtual Kyoto」(The 6th International Symposium on Digital Earth (ISDE6), The Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing, China, 9-12 September, 2009, CD-ROM)

●Paul A. Longley, Alex Singleton, Keiji Yano and Tomoki Nakaya「Lost in translation? Cross-cultural experiences in teaching geo-genealogy」(Journal of Geography in Higher Education, Vol.34 No.1, pp.21-38)

●Serge Salat, Margaux Delayre, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya and Alice Morterol「International comparison of Urban Morphologies: Kyoto, Paris and Chinese cities」(3rd International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information, Seoul, Korean, November, 2008)

●Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Yutaka Takase, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Keigo Matsuoka, Toshikazu Seto, Dai Kawahara, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Manabu Inoue and Takashi Kirimura「Virtual Kyoto」(the Proceeding of Virtual Geographic Environments: An International Conference on Developments in Visualization and Virtual Environments in Geographic Information Science, January, 2008, CD-ROM)

●Tomoki Nakaya, A. Stewart Fotheringham, Kazumasa Hanaoka, Graham Clarke, Dimitris Ballas and Keiji Yano「Combining microsimulation and spatial interaction models for retail location analysis」(Journal of Geographical Systems, Vol.9 No.4, 2007, pp.345-369)

●Toshikazu Seto,Ayako Matsumoto,Takafusa Iizuka and Keiji Yano,‘Public Participation GIS of Historical Landscapes: A Case Study of “Machiya Community-building Survey” in Kyoto City’. 22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, 11-15 October 2009, Terrsa, Kyoto, Japan (USB memory)

●Takashi Kimura,Keiji Yano and Hiroshi Kawaguchi,‘Applicability of 3D GIS to the View Preservation Policy of Kyoto City’. 22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, 11-15 October 2009, Terrsa, Kyoto, Japan (USB memory)

●Takafusa Iizuka,Ayako Matsumoto,Toshikazu Seto and Keiji Yano,‘GIS-based Monitoring System for Kyo-machiya in Kyoto City’. 22nd CIPA (Digital Documentation, Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage) Symposium, 11-15 October 2009, Terrsa, Kyoto, Japan (USB memory)

●Keiji Yano,Tomoki Nakaya,Satoshi Tanaka,Yuzuru Isoda,Toshikazu Seto,Yutaka Takase,Takafusa Iizuka,Ayako Matsumoto,Takashi Kirimura and Akihiro Tsukamoto,‘Transplanting Architectural Heritages into A Historical Virtual Geographic Environment: Kyo-machiya Surveys and Virtual Kyoto’,the 6th International Symposium on Digital Earth (ISDE6) September 9-12, 2009, The Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing, China (CD-ROM)

●Serge Salat,Margaux Delayre,Keiji Yano,Tomoki Nakaya and Alice Morterol ‘International comparison of Urban Morphologies: Kyoto, Paris and Chinese cities’ 3rd International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information, Seoul, Korean, November 2008

●Nakaya, T.,Fotheringham, S.,Hanaoka, K.,Clarke, G.,Ballas, D. and Yano, K. (2007): Combining microsimulation and spatial interaction models for retail location analysis, Journal of Geographical Systems, 9(4), 345-369.

●Yano Keiji,Tomoki Nakaya,A. Stewart Fotheringham,Stan Openshaw and Yoshitaka Ishikawa「A comparison of migration behaviour in Japan and Britain using spatial interaction models」 (International Journal of Population Geography 9, 2003, pp.419-432)

●Keiji Yano,A. Stewart Fotheringham,Tomoki Nakaya,Stan Openshaw and Yoshitaka Ishikawa「Hierarchical destination choice and spatial interaction modeling: a simulation experiment」 (Environment and Planning A 33, 2001, pp.901-920)

Yui, Y. and Yano, K. Housing problem for single-parent families and welfare facilities: a case study of Tokyo. Geographical Science, 55-2, 2000, pages 77-98. (JE)

Yano, K. The integration of spatial interaction models using generalized linear modeling. Geographical Review of Japan, 64-6, 1991, pages 367-387. (JE)

Yano, K. Development of urban modeling research in Britain: a citation analysis. Human Geography, 42-2, 1990, pages 118-145. (JE)

Yano, K. Age-disaggregated intra-metropolitan migration in Tokyo metropolitan area. Geographical Review of Japan, 62-4, 1989, pages 269-288. (JE)

Yano, K. and Kato, S. Canonical trend surface analysis of residential structure in the Tokyo city area. Human Geography, 40-1, 1988, pages 20-39. (JE)

Yano, K. The generalized Lowry model as input-output model for an urban system of Toyota city. Geographical Review of Japan, 61-1, 1988, pages 1-24. (JE)

Yano, K. Modified Lowry-type model for the Toyota planning region, central Japan. Geographical Review of Japan, 59-9, 1986, pages 523-546. (JE)

Yano, K. A note on direct factor analysis of geographic matrices: a case study of binary data matrices. Geographical Review of Japan, 58-8, 1985, pages 516-535. (JE)

Yano, K. A delimitation of functional regions by means of higher-order factor analysis: a case study of Keihanshin Metropolitan Area. Human Geography, 36-5, 1984, pages 385-412. (JE)

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Articles / Item: 8

Minsuk Kim, Haruto Murakami, Toshikazu Seto, Keiji Yano, Yukihiro Fukushima and Makoto Dobashi 「Web-based Map and Digital Archiving for Korean Historic Building Photo Images taken by Dr. Yutaka Kondo during the 1930s and 1940s」(Proceedings of KAGIS Fall Conference 2013 The 15th KOREA & JAPAN International Symposium on GIS, pp. 270-273, October 31, 2013)

Takeho Satani, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Alex Singleton and Christopher Brunsdon 「Open Social Atlas of the 2010 Population Census of Japan’, Proceedings of KAGIS Fall Conference 2013」(The Proceedings of 15th KOREA & JAPAN International Symposium on GIS, pp. 270-273, October 31, 2013)

Keiji Yano, Kozaburo Hachimura, Ryo Akama, Mitsuyuki Inaba and Keiko Suzuki「Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Cultures」(International conference of Digital Archives and Digital HumanitiesInternational Conference Hall, National Taiwan University Library, Taipei, Taiwan, 1-2 December, 2009)

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Yutaka Takase, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Keigo Matsuoka, Toshikazu Seto, Dai Kawahara, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Manabu Inoue and Takashi Kirimura「Virtual Kyoto」(Historical maps and GIS, August, 2007, pp.39-46)

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda and Yutaka Takase「Virtual Kyoto: restoring historical urban landscapes using VR technologies」(Proceedings of the Nara Symposium for digital silk roads, 2004, pp.429-438)

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya and Hiromi Kato「A new social atlas of Kyoto based on cartogram systems for small area units」(Proceedings of AsiaGIS2001, 2001年, 8p.)

Keiji Yano「Integration of spatial interaction models: towards a general theory of spatial interaction」(Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Geography, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Vol.28, May, 1993, pp.33-78)

Keiji Yano「An extended Berry’s field theoretic approach to intra-urban system in the Toyota Planning Region」(Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Geography, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Vol.22, May, 1987, pp.169-187)

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Keynotes / Item: 5

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Geodesign Framework for Restoration Planning in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake」(2013 KAGIS Fall Conference and the 15th Korean & Japan International Symposium on GIS, Ramada Plaza Hotel, Korea, 30-31 October 2013)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano,‘The digital museum of the Gion festival on Virtual Kyoto’, Virtual Cities: computer modelling and simulating the urban environment in Kyoto and Norwich, Fusion and the Curve, The Forum, Millennium Plain (Norwich United Kingdom), 31 May 2011

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano,‘The Next Challenge of Virtual Kyoto‘, 2011空間綜合人文學與社會科學論, National Taiwan University (Taipei, Taiwan), 18 October 2011

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Virtual Kyoto: Historical Virtual Geographic Environments」(14th International Conference of Historical Geographers, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, Proceeding of the Opening Session, 23-27 August, 2009)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Virtual Kyoto」(Virtual Geographic Environments: An International Conference on Developments in Visualization and Virtual Environments in Geographic Information Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 7-8 January, 2008)

Invited Lectures in Conf. and Symp. / Item: 16

Keiji Yano「Digital Museum Project (GIS, motion capture, Gion Festival, information technology)」Digital Humanities Workshop, Columbia University, Friday, March 6, 2015.

Keiji Yano and Keiko Suzuki「Graduate Program of Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures, Graduate School of Letters, Ritsumeikan University」Digital Humanities Workshop, Columbia University, Friday, March 6, 2015.

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Virtual Kyoto: Exploring the past, the present and the future of Kyoto」(The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), en collaboration avec La Maison Universitaire France-Japon, a le plaisir de vous convier a la conference du, a la Maison Universitaire France-Japon, Strasbourg, France, Lundi 31 mars 2014)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「The Digital Museum of the Kyoto Gion Festival」(Museums in the Digital Age: Case Studies in the Digitisation of Japanese Cultural Artefacts. The British Museum, The Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University, and The Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Art and Cultures, The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Rooms, The British Museum, London, UK, 1st March 2014)

Keiji Yano「Digital Kyoto」(Geoinformatics: extending ICT research across academic disciplines, University of St Andrews, 27 June, 2012)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Digital Museum of the World Intangible Cultural Heritage “Kyoto Gion Festival” within Virtual Kyoto」(The 3rd International Symposium on Sentinel Earth-Advance in Satellite Imagery Data and GIS and Their Application, Hokkaido University Conference Hall, Hokkaido, Japan, 3-5 November, 2010)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「The evolution of Virtual Kyoto」(AHRC/BT Digital Heritage Project: Landscapes, memories and cultural practices: a GIS/GPS mapping network, Conference Centre, Lancaster House Hotel, Lancaster University, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 23 Februry, 2010)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Disaster management in Virtual Kyoto」(1st International Conference on Policy & Research For Global Disaster Management (PR4GDM 2009), Grand Hilton Seoul, Korea 11-13 November 2009)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Disaster management in Virtual Kyoto」(1st International Conference on Policy & Research For Global Disaster Management (PR4GDM 2009), Grand Hilton Seoul, Korea 11-13 November 2009)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「Virtual Kyoto: 4DGIS Comprising Spatial and Temporal Dimensions」(World e-Government Mayors Forum, Lotte Hotel Seoul, Seoul, Korea, July, 2008)

Keiji Yano「The City Vision: Virtual Kyoto」(Constructing GIS Teaching Symposium, Soochow University(東呉大学), Taipei, Taiwan, June, 2008)

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano「The City Vision: Virtual Kyoto」(Constructing GIS Teaching Symposium, Yuan Ze University(元智大学), Jhongli City, Taiwan, June, 2008)

Int'l Conf.

Yano, K. ‘Restoring and Managing Urban Landscapes Using Virtual Kyoto’, The 1st International GIS Forum, NIIGATA: for Global Warming, Disaster and Landscape, 26 November 2007, Hotel Nikko Niigata, Niigata, Japan

Int'l Conf.

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Yutaka Takase, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Keigo Matsuoka, Toshikazu Seto, Dai Kawahara, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Manabu Inoue and Takashi Kirimura「Virtual Kyoto」(Historical maps and GIS, Nagoya University, Nagoya, 23-24 August, 2007)

Int'l Conf.

Yano, K.‘Kyoto virtual time-space based on GIS/VR model’, the 26th GITA-JAPAN Conference, 6 September 2005, Nagoya International Conference, Nagoya, Japan.

Int'l Conf.

Yano, K., Isoda, Y., Kawasumi, T., Nakaya, T., Takase, Y., Kawahara, D. and Inoue, M. ‘Kyoto Virtual Time Space Based on 4D-GIS’, The 24th International Symposium on “Reading historical spatial information from around the world: studies of culture and civilization based on geographic information systems data”, 7-11 February 2005, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan

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Conf. and Symp. / Item: 4

Keiji Yano「Kyoto Virtual Time Space. Presented at Department of Geomatic Engineering」(UCL, 22 September, 2006)

Keiji Yano「Kyoto Virtual Time Space」(Presented at City University, 19 September, 2006)

Keiji Yano「Kyoto Virtual Time Space」(Presented at NCG, 2 August, 2006)

Keiji Yano「Virtual Time Space of Kyoto」(Presented at CASA, 2 November, 2005)

Reports / Item: 0

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Meeting Reports / Item: 57

Keiji Yano and Ryo Kamata, Japanese Map Warper for Japanese Old Maps: an Open Platform for Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities, 2018 IGU Regional Conference Quebec, Quebec, Canada, 8 August 2018

Keiji Yano: Historical GIS and spatial humanities based on Virtual Kyoto. CASA Lunch Time Seminar, CASA, UCL, 6 June 2016, London, United Kingdom.

上杉昌也・樋野公宏・矢野桂司「建造環境と犯罪発生の関係に関する都市間比較-ジオデモグラフィクスを活用した小地域分析」(第24回学術研究発表大会, 地理情報システム学会,慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス、2015年10月)

Minsuk Kim, Haruto Murakami, Toshikazu Seto, Keiji Yano, Yukihiro Fukushima and Makoto Dobashi 「Web-based Map and Digital Archiving for Korean Historic Building Photo Images taken by Dr. Yutaka Kondo during the 1930s and 1940s」 (KAGIS Fall Conference 2013 The 15th KOREA & JAPAN International Symposium on GIS, pp. 270-273 RAMADA PLAZA JEJU HOTEL (Jeju, Korea), October 31, 2013)

Takeho Satani, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Alex Singleton and Christopher Brunsdon 「Open Social Atlas of the 2010 Population Census of Japan」(KAGIS Fall Conference 2013 The 15th KOREA & JAPAN International Symposium on GIS, pp. 270-273 RAMADA PLAZA JEJU HOTEL (Jeju, Korea), October 31, 2013)

●Liang Li, Woong Choi, Mana Umeda, Kozaburo Hachimura, Keiji Yano and Hiromi Tanaka「Revival of a traditional Japanese festival: virtual ato-matsuri across time and space」(The International Conference on Culture and Computing 2013, Kyoto, Japan, 2013, pp.210-211)[Best Paper Award of the Digital Humanities Special Track]

●Keiji Yano, Toshikazu Seto, Takanori Hashimoto, Kenich Sumiyoshi and Dai Kawahara「Simulating the Revival of Ofune-hoko in the Kyoto Gion Festival」(The International Conference on Culture and Computing 2013, Kyoto, Japan, 2013)

Keiji Yano, Takashi Kirimura, Tomoki Nakaya and Takeho Satani「Japanese Geodemographics based on the 2010 Population Census of Japan」(IGU Kyoto Regional Conference 2013, Kyoto International Conference Center, Kyoto, 5-9 August, 2013)

Kazumasa Hanaoka and Keiji Yano「Comparisons of spatial microsimulation approaches for estimating person-trips at small area level」(IGU Kyoto Regional Conference 2013, Kyoto International Conference Center, Kyoto, 5-9 August, 2013)

Kazuto Aoki, Koji Takeda, Daigo Ito, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya and Manabu Inoue「Historical changes in land price formation factors over 100 years in Kyoto, Japan: comparison of the land price distributions in 1910s and 2010s in a GIS environment」(IGU Kyoto Regional Conference 2013, Kyoto International Conference Center, Kyoto, 5-9 August, 2013)

Keiji Yano「Classifying the Japanese in London using Geodemographics」(IGC2012 Cologne, 29 August, 2012)

Keiji Yano, Keigo Matsuoka, Yuzuru Isoda, Takashi Kirimura, Toshikazu Seto and Tomoki Nakaya「Geodesign for Restoration Planning in Disaster-Affected Regions」(ESRI User conference, July, 2012)

Keiji Yano, Toshikazu Seto and Dai Kawahara「Digital Museum of Gion Festival within Virtual Kyoto」(The 19th International Display Workshops in conjunction with Asia Display 2012, Kyoto International Conference Center, Kyoto, Japan, 6 December, 2012)

Keiji Yano,‘ Introduction to the Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Cultures (DH-JAC), Ritsumeikan University: Historical GIS Research Group’, Harvard-Ritsumeikan Symposium on Digital Humanities, Hrvard University (Cambridge, USA), 3 March 2012

Keiji Yano,‘Collaboration in Historical GIS’, Harvard-Ritsumeikan Symposium on Digital Humanities, Hrvard University (Cambridge, USA), 3 March 2012

●Liang Li,Woong Choi,Yuichiro Hara,Kazuyuki Izuno,Keiji Yano and Kozaruro Hachimura,‘Vibration reproduction for a virtual Yamahoko Parade system’, IEEE Virtual Reality 2012 (IEEE VR 2012) (Orange County, USA), 4-8 March 2012 (Poster)

Liang Li,Keiji Yano,Woong Choi,Kozaburo Hachimura, and Takanobu Nishiura,‘The digital museum of Gion Festival using Virtual Kyoto’, 2012 AAG Annual Meeting, Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers (New York, USA), February 2012

Keiji Yano and Takashi Kirimura,‘Residential Concentrations of Global International Migrants in Tokyo’, 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Hilton New York and Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers (New York, USA), 27 February 2012(発表予定)

Ayako Matsumoto,Toshikazu Seto,Naomi Akaishi,,Takafusa Iizuka,Mei-Po Kwan and Keiji Yano,‘Geo-Narrative analysis into the oral presentation texts about the cultural landscape consist of Kyo-machiya in Japan.’, 2012 AAG Annual Meeting , Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers (NewYork, USA), 25 Februaly 2012

Tatsunori Kawasumi,Takanori Hashimoto,Yutaka Takase,and Keiji Yano,‘Construction of Virtual Nagaoka-kyo 3D map and landscape simulation ’, The 2nd International Symposium on Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures (DH-JAC2011), Ritsumeikan University(Kyoto Japan), 19-20 November 2011(Poster)

Liang Li,Woong Choi,Keiji Yano, and Kozaburo Hachimura,‘Virtual Yamahoko Parade in Kyoto Gion Festival’, The 2nd International Symposium on Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures (DH-JAC2011) , Ritsumeikan University(Kyoto, Japan), 19-20 November 2011

Toshikazu Seto,Ayako Matsumoto,Takafusa Iizuka, and Keiji Yano,‘GIS-based Monitoring Systems for Kyo-machiya in Kyoto City: Application of the Results of “Kyo-machiya Community Building Surveys”’, The 2nd International Symposium on Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures (DH-JAC2011), Ritsumeikan University (Kyoto, Japan), 19-20 November 2011 (Poster)

Liang Li,Woong Choi,Keiji Yano, and Kozaburo Hachimura,‘Virtual Yamahoko Parade in Kyoto Gion Festival’, The 2nd International Conference on Culture and Computing, Kyoto University (Kyoto, Japan), 20-22 October 2011

Liang Li,Woong Choi,Keiji Yano,and Kozaburo Hachimura,“Gion Festival Virtual Yamahoko Parade’, Knowledge Capital Trial 2011, Dojima River Forum (Osaka, Japan), 26-28 August 2011

●Ayako Matsumoto,Toshikazu Seto,Takafusa Iizuka,Mei-Po Kwan and Keiji Yano,‘What can be obtained from presentation text?: Qualitative GIS analysis into cultural landscape’, Supporting Digital Humanities 2011, University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark), 8 August 2011

Ayako Matsumoto,Naomi Akaishi,Toshikazu Seto,Takafusa Iizuka, and Keiji Yano,‘Spatial Temporal Analysis on the Transition of Street Landscape with Kyo-machiya’, 2011 AAG Annual Meeting , Sheraton Seattle Hotel (Seattle, USA), 16 April 2011

Keij Yano,Toshikazu Seto,Takafusa Iizuka,Ayako Matsumoto,Takashi Kirimura,Tomoki Nakaya, and Yuzuru Isoda,‘Space-time Change of Urban Landscape with Kyo-machiya in Virtual Kyoto’, 2011 AAG Annual Meeting , Sheraton Seattle Hotel (Seattle, USA), 15 April 2011

Keiji Yano,‘GeoDesign: Toward an effective GIS education’, 2011 AAG Annual Meeting, Sheraton Seattle Hotel (Seattle, USA), 15 April 2011

Toshikazu Seto, Ayako Matsumoto, Takafusa Iizuka and Keiji Yano「Visualization and Application of Landscape Policy with Web Mapservice」(Online Maps with APIs and Mapservices symposium (Commission on Maps and the Internet) Doubletree Hotel at the Entrance to Universal Orlando, Orlando, USA, 19 November 2010)

Keiji Yano「Digital Museum within Virtual Kyoto」(Geoinformatics Department Seminar, University College London, London ,UK, 20 May, 2010)

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Satoshi Tanaka, Yuzuru Isoda, Toshikazu Seto, Yutaka Takase, Takafusa Iizuka, Ayako Matsumoto, Takashi Kirimura and Akihiro Tsukamoto「Virtual Kyoto as Historical Virtual Geographic Environments: Restoring and Visualizing Changes of Urban Landscapes」(6th International Symposium on Digital Earth, 9 -12 September, 2009)

Toshikazu Seto, Ayako Matsumoto, Takafusa Iizuka and Keiji Yano「How to Create Historical Geo-spatial Information for Field Surveys: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Machiya through GIS」(34th Annual SSHA (the Social Science History Association) Meeting, Long Beach, USA, 12-15 November, 2009)

Yutaka Takase, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Satoshi Tanaka, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Toshikazu Seto, Atsushi Sone, Dai Kawahara, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Keigo Matsuoka, Takashi Kirimura, Takafusa Iizuka, Yoshihiro Kosaka and Manabu Inoue「Virtual Kyoto – A Comprehensive Reconstruction and Visualization of a Historical City」(Optical 3-D Measurement Techniques, Vienna, Austria, 1-3 July, 2009)

Keiji Yano, Ryo Akama, Kozaburo Hachimura, Hiromi Tanaka and Mitsuyuki Inaba「From the Local to the Global Sphere: Prospects of Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures」(Digital Humanities 2009, University of Maryland, Maryland, USA, 22-25 June, 2009)

Tomoki Nakaya and Keiji Yano「Visualising spatio-temporal crime clusters in a space-time cube」(Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 17th Annual Conference, Durham, United Kingdom, 1-3 April, 2009, pp.85-89)

Manabu Inoue, Keiji Yano and Tomoki Nakaya「Restoration of the historical financial district in Kyoto using cadastral map 1912」(Historical GIS Conference 2008, Essex, United Kingdom, August, 2008)

Yuzuru Isoda, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Yoshihiro Kosaka and Keiji Yano「Reconstruction of Kyoto of the Edo era based on art and historical document」(Historical GIS Conference 2008, Essex, United Kingdom, August, 2008)

Tatsunori Kawasumi and Keiji Yano「Construction of Virtual Nagaoka-kyo 3D map and landscape simulation」(Historical GIS Conference 2008, Essex United Kingdom, August, 2008)

Taiko Todokoro, Toshikazu Seto, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya and Takashi Kirimura「Transition of urban landscapes surrounding the Gion festival」(Historical GIS Conference 2008, Essex, United Kingdom, August, 2008)

Ayako Katsumura, Takafusa Iizuka, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Yuzuru Isoda, Yutaka Takase, Keigo Matsuoka, Toshikazu Seto, Dai Kawahara, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Manabu Inoue and Takashi Kirimura「Reconstruction of Machiya Landscape: 4DGIS Comprising Spatial and Temporal Dimensions」(The 37th Annual International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Virginia, United States, March, 2009)

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Yutaka Takase, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Keigo Matsuoka, Akihiro Tsukamto, Dai Kawahara, Manabu Inoue and Takashi Kirimura「Kyoto Virtual Time-Space: New Approaches to Historical GIS」(The 102th AAG Annual Meeting, Los Angels, USA, 18 April, 2007)

Keiji Yano, Yuzuru Isoda, Tomoki Nakaya, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Keigo Matsuoka and Yutaka Takase「Kyoto Virtual Time-space」(the Twenty-sixth Annual ESRI International User Conference, San Diego, 8 August, 2006)

Keiji Yano「Age-specific migration behaviour in Japan using spatial interaction models」(The 3rd International Conference of Population Geography, University of Liverpool, 20 June, 2006)

Yutaka Takase, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Norifumi Kawahara, Satoshi Tanaka, Manabu Inouem, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Takashi Kirimura and Keigo Matsuoka「VR and web3DGIS applications using 3D city models」(CAARIA 2006 Kumamoto University, 31 May, 2006)

Yutaka Takase, Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Satoshi Tanaka, Norifumi Kawahara, Manabu Inoue, Akihiro Tsukamoto, Takashi Kirimura, Keigo Matsuoka, Atsushi Sone, Mamoru Shiroki and Dai Kawahara「Kyoto Virtual Time-Space: A 4D GIS with VR and Web3D Technologies」(International Symposium on Data Mining, Virtual Environments and Online Communities, Biwako-Kusatsu Campus, Ritsumeikan University, 3 May, 2006)

Yutaka Takase, Keiji Yano, Yuzuru Isoda, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Satoshi Tanaka, Tomoki Nakaya, Norifumi Kawahara, Shinji Koga, Manabu Inoue, Dai Kawahara, Atsushi Sone, Mamoru Shiroki, Daisuke Motojima and Naoko Ohmoto「Virtual time-space of Kyoto: A visualization with virtual reality and web technologies」(1st Forum on the Promotion of European and Japanese Culture and Traditions in Cyber-Societies and Virtural Reality, Laval, France, 18-19 April, 2005)

Manabu Inoue, Keiji Yano, Yuzuru Isoda, Yutaka Takase, Tomoki Nakaya, Norifumi Kawahara and Akihiro Tsukamoto「Restoration of the historical Kyoto using cadastral map 1912-Constructing of the spatial base data using GIS-」(The 2005 Meeting of the Assocoation of American Geographers (The 101th AAG Annual Meeting) , Denver, USA, 8 April, 2005)

Keiji YANO「Age-specific migration behaviour in Japan using spatial interaction models」at 14.00 on Tuesday 20 June 2006 in University of Liverpool the 3rd International Conference of Population Geography

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yuzuru Isoda, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Dai Kawahara, Manabu Inoue and Yutaka Takase「Time Travel in a Historical City: Virtual Kyoto Using 4DGIS and VR Technologies」(The 30th Congress of the International Geographical Union, RGS-IBG GIScRG: Historical GIS, Glasgow, UK, August, 2004)

Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya and Yuzuru Isoda「Gender differences in migration behaviour in Japan: An analysis using spatial interaction models」(The 30th Congress of the International Geographical Union, RGS-IBG GIScRG: Population and the Environment, Glasgow, UK, August, 2004)

Michael Flaxman, Yuzuru Isoda and Keiji Yano「Visual Simulation of the Interaction Between Market Demand, Planning Rules, and City Form」(SIGGRAPH2004, Los Angeles, California USA, 9 August, 2004)

Yutaka Takase, Keiji Yano, Norifumi Kawahara, Shinji Koga, Tomoki Nakaya, Tatsunori Kawasumi, Yuzuru Isoda, Manabu Inoue, Dai Kawahara and Satoshi Iwakiri「Reconstruction and visualization of virtual time-space of Kyoto: a 4D-GIS of the city」(International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Istanbul, Turkey, 12-23 July, 2004)

Tomoki Nakaya, Keiji Yano, Shinji Koga, A. Stewart Fotheringham, Dimitris Ballas, Graham Clarke and Kazumasa Hanaoka「Retail Interaction Modelling Using Meso and Micro Approaches」(13th European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography, Lucca, Italy, 6 September, 2003)

Tomoki Nakaya, Keiji Yano, Shinji Koga, A. Stewart Fotheringham, Dimitris Ballas, Graham Clarke and Kazumasa Hanaoka「Retail Interaction Modelling Using Meso and Micro Approaches」(The 33rd Annual Conference of Regional Science Association International British and Irish Section St. Andrews, Scotland, 20-22 August, 2003)

▲Kazumasa Hanaoka, Tomoki Nakaya and Keiji Yano「Logistic regression modelling for landuse changes depending on neighboring conditions: A case study in Osaka city, 1986-1991」(International Symposium on LUCC Contribution to Asian Environmental Problems, 日本学術会議, 2001年12月)

●Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya and Hiromi Kato「A new social atlas of Kyoto based on cartogram systems for small area units」(AsiaGIS2001, Tokyo, 2001年6月)

●Keiji Yano, Tomoki Nakaya, Yoshitaka Ishikawa, Stan Openshaw and A. Stewart Fotheringham「Comparison of Japan-UK migration patterns using spatial interaction models」(2000年度The Meetings of IGU Commission C15, Seoul, 2000年8月)

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Designed a Symp. and Seminars / Item: 1

GIS Workshop, Japanese Association of Digital Humanities, Ritsumeikan University, 2013年9月27日-3月1日

Research Grants (Head Researcher) / Item: 13

平成21-23年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「GISを活用した歴史都市京都の「デジタル地誌学」」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 2009-2011年)

平成18-20年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「ジオデモグラフィクスの国際比較研究」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 2006-2008年)

平成15-17年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「WebGISを用いた官庁統計データベース構築に関する研究」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 2003-2005年)

平成13-15年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「GeoComputationによる施設配置計画の支援システムの構築」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 2001-2003年)

平成11-12年度文部省科学研究費補助金・地域連携推進「地理情報システムを用いた地域計画立案支援システム」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 1999-2000年)

平成11-12年度文部省科学研究費補助金・奨励研究(A)「GISを用いた小地域統計のジオデモグラフィクス」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 1999-2000年)

平成10-11年度立命館大学国際共同研究助成「地理情報システムを用いた日英人口移動比較研究」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 1998年)

平成10年度福武学術文化振興財団・学会・研究集会の開催に関する助成「生物多様性と環境・景観計画のための地理情報システム」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 1998年)

平成9-10年度文部省科学研究費補助金・奨励研究(A)「GISを用いた日本の新社会地図」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 1997-8年)

平成8年度文部省科学研究費補助金・奨励研究(A)「GISを用いた都市の発展段階に関する日英比較研究」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 1996年)

平成7年度文部省科学研究費補助金・奨励研究(A)「就業地を考慮した東京大都市圏の居住地移動のモデル化」 (代表者 矢野桂司, 1995年)

平成2-4年度文部省科学研究費補助金・試験研究(B)「地域メッシュ統計データの利用システムの開発」 (代表者矢野桂司, 野上道男・近藤昭彦氏との共同研究, 1990-1992年)

平成元年度文部省科学研究費補助金・奨励研究(A)「大都市圏地域における地価の時・空間的変動の分析-時・空間系列モデルを用いて-」 (代表者矢野桂司, 1989年)

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Research Grants / Item: 22

平成17~21年度学術フロンティア推進事業(立命館大学歴史都市防災研究センター「文化遺産と芸術作品を自然災害から防御するための学理の構築」) (代表者 土岐憲三, 2005-2009年)

平成21年度「デジタル・ミュージアム実現のための研究開発に向けた要素技術及びシステムに関する調査検討」事業「京都アート・エンターテイメント「時空散歩」」 (代表者 田中弘美, 2009年)

平成21-25年度・基盤研究(A)「地理情報科学標準カリキュラムに基づく地理空間的思考の教育方法・教材」 (代表者 浅見泰司, 2009-2013年)

平成19~23年度文部科学省グローバルCOE「日本文化デジタル・ヒューマニティーズ拠点」 (代表者 川嶋將生, 2007-2011)

平成19-21年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「地理情報技術を用いた人間の空間認知・空間行動の分析とその応用に関する研究」 (代表者 若林芳樹, 2007-2009年)

平成18~20年度文部科学省オープン・リサーチ・センター整備事業(立命館大学アート・リサーチ・センター「デジタル時代のメディアと映像に関する総合的研究」) (代表者 川嶋將生, 2006-2008年)(代表者 土岐憲三, 2005-2009年)

平成16-17年度文部科学省オープン・リサーチ・センター整備事業(立命館大学アート・リサーチ・センター「デジタル時代のメディアと映像に関する総合的研究」) (代表者 川嶋將生, 2004-2005年)

平成18-20年度・基盤研究(A)「歴史都市における人為的災害からの防御による安全の構築」 (代表者 吉越昭久, 2006-2008年)

平成17-20年度・基盤研究(A)「地理情報科学の教授法の確立―大学でいかに効果的にGISを教えるか―」 (代表者 村山祐司, 2005-2008年)

平成17-19年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「女性就業の多様化からみた都市空間のジェンダー化の地域的差異に関する研究」 (代表者 由井義通, 2005-2007年)

平成17-19年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(A)「地理情報科学標準カリキュラム・コンテンツの持続協働型ウェブライブラリーの開発研究」 (代表者 岡部篤行, 2005-2007年)

平成17-18年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「ユビキタスネットワーク社会における地理情報の新しい表現と利用に関する研究」 (代表者 若林芳樹, 2005-2006年)

平成15年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(C)(企画調査)「GIS関連学会連合による継続的GIS技術教育体制実現のための企画調査」 (代表者 碓井照子, 2003年)

平成15-16年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(A)「大学間連携分散自律型・地理データ基盤システムの開発研究」 (代表者 岡部篤行, 2003-2004年)

平成15-17年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(A)「人口停滞・減少時代における新しい人口地理学の構築」 (代表者 石川義孝, 2003-2005年)

平成14~18年度文部科学省21世紀COE「京都アート・エンタテインメント創成研究」 (代表者 川嶋將生, 2002-2006)

平成15-16年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「女性の就業と生活からみた都市空間のジェンダー化に関する研究」 (代表者 由井義通, 2003-2004年)

平成12-13年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(C)(1)『女性の居住地選択から見た都市空間のジェンダー化』 (代表者 由井義通, 2000-2001年)

平成11-13年度文部省科学研究費補助金地域連携推進(2)『京都市における高齢者福祉情報システムの開発研究:市民のボランティア活力による高齢者問題克服のための福祉情報ネットワークの構築を目指して』 (代表者 中川勝雄, 1999-2001年)

平成9-11年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)(1)『日本の土地利用のモデル化と将来予測』 (代表者 氷見山幸夫, 1997-1999年)

平成9-10年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(C)(1)『ジェンダーの視点からみた都市内部の住宅市場と住宅検索行動』 (代表者 若林芳樹, 1997-1998年)

平成4-5年度文部省科学研究費補助金・基盤研究(B)「日本の三大都市圏に関する研究」 (代表者 高橋伸夫, 1992-1994年)

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Ph.D. Student Adviser / Item: 6

Takashi Kirimura

Kazuto Aoki

Akihiro Tsukamoto

Kazumasa Hanaoka

Akinobu Homma

Yuko Takeda

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Others / Item: 2

Over 30 Reports, over 80 Oral presentations, over 30 Public Lectures and over 25 Essays.

Keiji Yano「GIS for disaster management of historical city, Kyoto」(in Rohit Jigyasu and Vanicka Arora: ‘Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage in Urban Areas: A Training Guide’, Research Center for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural Heritage, May, 2013, pp.83-84)