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)