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)