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2433/108074 三井, 斌友 1970/04/01 91 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 81 85 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Differential Equations with Quasiperiodic Coefficients (非線型振動理論の研究会報告集)
2433/83188 Sekine, Tadayuki 1993/02/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 117 821 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generalized Classes of Multivalent Functions with Negative Coefficients
2433/82967 澁川, 陽一 1992/09/01 226 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 209 808 京都大学数理解析研究所 Clebsch - Gordan Coefficients for $U_q(su (1,1))$
2433/82933 Kohnen, Winfried 1992/08/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 805 京都大学数理解析研究所 On growth estimates for Fourier coefficients of Jacobi forms and an application
2433/150843 Matsumoto, Naoko 2001/03/23 Kyoto University 2元理想固溶体の実効分配係数 Effective distribution coefficients of a binary ideal solid solution
2433/99192 岡田, 忠成 1985/11/01 36 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 572 京都大学数理解析研究所 Dirichlet series with periodic algebraic coefficients
2433/99332 Kitaoka, Yoshiyuki 1986/02/01 186 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 169 583 京都大学数理解析研究所 Local densities of quadratic forms and Fourier coefficients of Eisenstein series
2433/103765 Komatsu, Hikosaburo 1983/12/01 234 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 225 508 京都大学数理解析研究所 Linear Ordinary Differential Equations with Gevrey Coefficients(Generalized Functions and Linear Differential Equations, VIII)
2433/100639 Yaguchi, Teruo 1988/07/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 34 664 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON A NEW CLASS OF ANALYTIC FUNCTIONS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENTS
2433/7194 Sheng, JW 2002/01/01 222 0022-3115 2-3 JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS 220 301 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV Activity coefficients of Dy dissolved in liquid Bi
2433/64224 Terai, Nobuhiro 2000/06/01 236 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 229 1160 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Diophantine equations on binomial coefficients (Analytic Number Theory and Related Topics)
2433/3225 Barner-Kowollik, C 2005/01/01 643 0079-6700 6 PROGRESS IN POLYMER SCIENCE 605 30 PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD free-radical polymerization Critically evaluated termination rate coefficients for free-radical polymerization: Experimental methods
2433/5539 Matsumoto, M 2005/01/01 120 1226-6116 2 WIND AND STRUCTURES 107 8 TECHNO-PRESS inclined stay cable Steady wind, force coefficients of inclined stay cables with water rivulet and their application to aerodynamics
2433/64239 市原, 由美子 2000/06/01 118 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 110 1160 京都大学数理解析研究所 The evaluation of the sum over arithmetic progressions for the coefficients of the Rankin-Selberg series (Analytic Number Theory and Related Topics)
2433/62366 Gyory, K. 1998/08/01 136 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 1060 京都大学数理解析研究所 POWER VALUES OF BINOMIAL COEFFICIENTS (Number Theory and its Applications)
2433/41275 市原, 由美子 2001/07/01 244 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 235 1219 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Riesz mean for the coefficients of the twisted Rankin-Selberg L-function (Analytic Number Theory : Expectations for the 21st Century)
2433/60567 NUNOKAWA, M. 1996/08/01 22 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 963 京都大学数理解析研究所 Univalent ON SUBCLASSES OF MEROMORPHIC UNIVALENT FUNCTIONS WITH POSITIVE AND FIXED SECOND COEFFICIENTS
2433/60568 NUNOKAWA, M. 1996/08/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 963 京都大学数理解析研究所 Regular ON SUBCLASSES OF MEROMORPHIC UNIVALENT FUNCTIONS WITH POSITIVE AND FIXED FINITELY MANY COEFFICIENTS
2433/59655 NUNOKAWA, M. 1995/07/01 39 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 15 917 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analytic ON CERTAIN SUBCLASSES OF UNIVALENT FUNCTIONS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENTS
2433/59654 NUNOKAWA, M. 1995/07/01 51 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 40 917 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analytic SOME APPLICATIONS OF FRACTIONAL CALCULUS OPERATORS TO CERTAIN SUBCLASSES OF ANALYTIC FUNCTIONS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENTS
2433/146538 Okada, Hiroshi 2010/01/01 390 0032-3896 5 POLYMER JOURNAL 386 42 SOC POLYMER SCIENCE JAPAN chain-end effect Second and third virial coefficients of low-molecular-weight polystyrene with a benzyl end in toluene
2433/84222 OWA, SHIGEYOSHI 1994/08/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 61 881 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analytic ON NEW SUBCLASSES OF UNIVALENT FUNCTIONS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENTS
2433/84225 AOUF, M.K. 1994/08/01 47 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 36 881 京都大学数理解析研究所 Regular CONVOLUTION OF CERTAIN STARLIKE FUNCTIONS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENTS
2433/99676 MORITA, Shigeyuki 1987/02/01 155 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 150 605 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Homology Groups of the Mapping Class Groups of Orientable Surfaces with Twisted Coefficients
2433/103909 HOSOYA, YUZO 1977/11/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 137 312 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Generalized Least-Square Estimate of Autoregressive Coefficients (時系列における統計的推定論の研究)
2433/106172 TSUJISHITA, TORU 1977/03/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 291 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Continuous Cohomology of the Lie Algebra of Vector Fields Associated with Non-Trivial Coefficients (Global Analysis)
2433/107819 IKEDA, YOSHIAKI 1968/11/01 55 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 26 58 京都大学数理解析研究所 Solution of Quasi-Linear Parabolic Equations with Discontinuous Coefficients (ポテンシャル論と偏微分方程式)
2433/98900 Sasaki, Tateaki 1985/02/01 31 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 15 551 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cramer-type Formula for the Polynomial Solutions of Couped Linear Equations with Polynomial Coefficients(Formula Manipulation and Its Applications to Mathematical Study)
2433/102411 水本, 信一郎 1981/01/01 183 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 176 411 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fourier Coefficients of Generalized Eisenstein Series of Degree Two (P-Adic L-Functions and Algebraic Number Theory)
2433/101936 YOSHINO, Masafumi 1990/10/01 112 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 104 729 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of periodic solutions and Sokes coefficients for ODE(Algebraic Manipulation for Differential Equations)
2433/100643 FUKUI, Seiichi 1988/07/01 18 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 12 664 京都大学数理解析研究所 LINEAR COMBINATIONS OF STARLIKE AND CONVEX FUNCTIONS OF ORDER $\alpha$ WITH COMPLEX COEFFICIENTS
2433/100638 Sekine, Tadayuki 1988/07/01 50 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 46 664 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Quasi-Hadamard Product of Certain p-Valent Functions with Negative Coefficients
2433/106915 BONY, JEAN-MICHEL 1972/10/01 96 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 162 京都大学数理解析研究所 Prolongement et Existence des Solutions des Systemes Hyperboliques Non-Stricts a Coefficients Analytiques (超函数と解析汎函数の理論と応用)
2433/101735 Chen, Ming-Po 1990/03/01 72 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 714 京都大学数理解析研究所 CERTAIN CLASSES OF ANALYTIC FUNCTIONS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENTS(Topics in Univalent Functions and Its Applications)
2433/101726 Sekine, Tadayuki 1990/03/01 159 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 149 714 京都大学数理解析研究所 On certain class of analytic functions with negative coefficients(Topics in Univalent Functions and Its Applications)
2433/60453 Kohnen, Winfried 1996/08/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 152 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 Siegel modular forms : estimates for eigenvalues and Fourier coefficients(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/109268 Nakatsuji, Masayuki 2009/01/01 89 0032-3896 1 POLYMER JOURNAL 83 41 SOC POLYMER SCIENCE JAPAN Poly(diisopropyl fumarate) Transport Coefficients of Poly(diisopropyl fumarate) in Dilute Solution
2433/3154 Areerat, S 2004/01/01 1924 0032-3888 10 POLYMER ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE 1915 44 JOHN WILEY & SONS INC Measurement and prediction of diffusion coefficients of supercritical CO2 in molten polymers
2433/108894 Nakayama, Aki 2009/01/01 392 0272-4332 3 RISK ANALYSIS 380 29 WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC Benzene Benzene Risk Estimation Using Radiation Equivalent Coefficients
2433/5779 Mizuno, T 2005/01/01 4437 0024-9297 10 MACROMOLECULES 4432 38 AMER CHEMICAL SOC Second and third virial coefficients of polystyrene with benzyl ends near the circle minus point
2433/7363 Suda, I 2000/01/01 9328 0024-9297 25 MACROMOLECULES 9322 33 AMER CHEMICAL SOC Transport coefficients of oligo- and poly(alpha-methylstyrene)s in dilute solution
2433/67688 Osa, Masashi 2007/01/01 427 0032-3896 5 POLYMER JOURNAL 423 39 SOC POLYMER SCIENCE JAPAN unperturbed chain dimension Temperature coefficients of unperturbed chain dimensions for polystyrene and poly(alpha-methylstyrene)
2433/67690 Shida, Kazuhito 2007/01/01 0021-9606 15 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 126 AMER INST PHYSICS Monte Carlo calculation of second and third virial coefficients of small-scale comb polymers on lattice
2433/48164 Sugie, Jitsuro 2006/02/01 101 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 84 1474 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior of solutions of half-linear differential equations with variable coefficients(Dynamics of functional equations and numerical simulation)
2433/82291 加藤, 圭一 1991/09/01 116 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 104 766 京都大学数理解析研究所 Regularity of the solution to the hyperbolic equation with non-smooth coefficients
2433/124960 DODLA, Venkata Bhaskarrao 1989/09/01 90 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 87 39 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Computation of Spectral Coefficients of Vorticity and Divergence from Wind Data for Use in Spectral Atmospheric Models
2433/146885 Abe, Makoto 2010/01/01 2034 0740-3224 10 JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS 2026 27 OPTICAL SOC AMER Accurate measurement of quadratic nonlinear-optical coefficients of gallium nitride
2433/105379 KASHIWARA, MASAKI 1975/02/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 49 226 京都大学数理解析研究所 Structure of Cohomology Groups Whose Coefficients Are Micro-Function Solution Sheaves of Systems of Pseudo-differential Equations with Multiple Characteristics. I. (代数解析学とその応用)
2433/98696 松岡, 楽 1984/10/01 47 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 42 537 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the coefficients of Laurent expansion of the Riemann zeta function リーマンゼータ関数のローラン展開係数について(数論の数値解析への応用)
2433/109267 Nishi, Yasuhiro 2009/01/01 62 0032-3896 1 POLYMER JOURNAL 58 41 SOC POLYMER SCIENCE JAPAN Virial Coefficient Effects of Chain Ends and Three-Segment Interactions on Second and Third Virial Coefficients of Four-Arm Star Polystyrenes
2433/109596 Sato, Hiroaki 2009/01/01 1896 0740-3224 10 JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS 1892 26 OPTICAL SOC AMER Accurate measurements of second-order nonlinear optical coefficients of 6H and 4H silicon carbide
2433/125179 Takata, Yasuma 1929/07/01 84 0023-6055 1 Kyoto University Economic Review 47 4 Department of Economics in the Imperial University of Kyoto ON THE COEFFICIENTS OF PRODUCTION
2433/47021 Makita, T. 1976/02/29 104 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 104 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Erratum : Evaluation and correlation of viscosity data : the most probable values of the viscosity of gaseous ethane and ethylene
2433/26640 河井, 宏允 2006/04/01 485 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 473 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49b0/a49b0p51.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 ダブルスキン Wind Loads on Double Skin Façades with Opening Windows 単層換気ダブルスキンファサードに作用する風力について
2433/196926 Yoshida, Hiroaki 2014/11/11 Physical parameters characterizing electrokinetic transport in a confined electrolyte solution are reconstructed from the generic transport coefficients obtained within the classical nonequilibrium statistical thermodynamic framework. The electro-osmotic flow, the diffusio-osmotic flow, the osmotic current, as well as the pressure-driven Poiseuille-type flow, the electric conduction, and the ion diffusion are described by this set of transport coefficients. The reconstruction is demonstrated for an aqueous NaCl solution between two parallel charged surfaces with a nanoscale gap, by using the molecular dynamic (MD) simulations. A Green-Kubo approach is employed to evaluate the transport coefficients in the linear-response regime, and the fluxes induced by the pressure, electric, and chemical potential fields are compared with the results of nonequilibrium MD simulations. Using this numerical scheme, the influence of the salt concentration on the transport coefficients is investigated. Anomalous reversal of diffusio-osmotic current, as well as that of electro-osmotic flow, is observed at high surface charge densities and high added-salt concentrations. 1539-3755 5 Physical Review E 90 American Physical Society Generic transport coefficients of a confined electrolyte solution
2433/216131 Shiotsu, M. 2015/01/01 Hydrogen film boiling heat transfer coefficients were measured for the heater surface superheats up to 400 K under pressures from 400 to 1100 kPa, liquid subcoolings from 0 to 11 K and flow velocities up to 7 m/s. The test wire used was 1.2 mm in diameter and 120 mm in length made of PtCo (0.5 wt.%) alloy, which was located at the center of 8 mm diameter conduit made of FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastics). The heat transfer coefficients were higher for higher pressure, higher subcooling and higher flow velocity. The heat transfer coefficients were about 1.6 times higher than those predicted by Shiotsu-Hama equation for forced flow film boiling in a wide channel. Discussions were made on the mechanism of difference between them. Proceedings of the 25th International Cryogenic Engineering Conference and International Cryogenic Materials Conference 2014 636 1875-3892 Physics Procedia 631 67 Elsevier B.V. Film boiling Film boiling heat transfer from a round wire to liquid hydrogen flowing upward in a concentric annulus
2433/4950 Kitamura, A 1999/01/01 1175 0022-3131 12 JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 1167 36 ATOMIC ENERGY SOC JAPAN radionuclide migration Analysis of adsorption behavior of cations onto quartz surface by electrical double-layer model
2433/94969 Ichiyanagi, Masakazu 1992/10/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 49 0527-2997 1 物性研究 49 59 物性研究刊行会 不可逆過程の変分原理(「非平衡系の統計物理」研究会(その1),研究会報告) New Variational Approach in the Theory of Nonequilibrium Stationary Processes
2433/68912 Ida, Takanori 2008/12/01 There are two behavioral approaches to addiction: rational and irrational. The rational approach assumes that addicts have higher time preference rates and lower risk aversion coefficients—parameters that are interpreted as impulsive preferences. On the other hand, the irrational approach argues that addiction is a consequence of anomalies such as non-expected utility and hyperbolically discounted utility. This paper integrates these two approaches and concludes that anomaly and impulsivity complementarily account for addiction. 100 京都大学大学院経済学研究科Working Paper 京都大学大学院経済学研究科 anomaly Anomaly, Impulsivity, and Addiction
2433/113883 Ida, Takanori 2010/04/01 There are two behavioral approaches to addiction: rational and irrational. The rational approach assumes that addicts have higher time preference rates and lower risk-aversion coefficients—parameters that are interpreted as impulsive preferences. On the other hand, the irrational approach argues that addiction is a consequence of anomalies such as non-expected utility and hyperbolically discounted utility. This paper integrates these two approaches and concludes that anomaly and impulsivity complementarily account for addiction. 203 1053-5357 2 Journal of Socio-Economics 194 39 Elsevier Anomaly Anomaly, impulsivity, and addiction
2433/194435 SHIMAUCHI, HIROKAZU 2012/09/01 30 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1807 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE COEFFICIENTS OF THE RIEMANN MAPPING FUNCTION FOR THE EXTERIOR OF THE MANDELBROT SET (Integrated Research on Complex Dynamics)
2433/189089 Utaka, Atsuo 2014/06/01 This paper investigates the effect of confidence on the Japanese economy by using vector autoregressions. Especially, I divide the total estimation period into two parts, pre- and post-bubble periods, and analyze the transition of that effect through the ages. It is shown that consumer confidence has a significant effect on GDP. Moreover, that effect becomes larger in a post-bubble period than in a pre-bubble period, which implies that the low level of confidence has worsened the economic condition in the lost (two) decade(s) after the bubble period. 1173 1545-2921 2 Economics Bulletin 1165 34 Economics Bulletin consumer confidence Consumer Confidence and the Japanese Economy -Comparison of Pre- and Post-Bubble Period-
2433/193938 Ikeda, Tatsunori 2012/07/01 Microtremors are usually analysed without any consideration of the higher modes of surface waves. However, recent studies have demonstrated that higher modes contain useful information for improving the inverted S-wave velocity model. In this study, we propose two inversion methods that consider higher modes by using the amplitude response of each mode, which can avoid mode misidentification in the spatial autocorrelation (SPAC) method. One method is to compare the observed phase velocities by the extended spatial autocorrelation (ESPAC) method with the effective phase velocities calculated from theoretical dispersion curves and the amplitude responses of each mode. In the other method, SPAC coefficients are fit directly by comparing theoretical SPAC coefficients determined from dispersion curves and amplitude responses with the observed ones. The latter, direct-fitting approach is much simpler than the method using effective phase velocities. To investigate the effectiveness of these methods, a simulation study was conducted. Simulated microtremors that included higher modes were successfully inverted by the proposed multimode methods. The observed phase velocities and SPAC coefficients determined from field data were also consistent with theoretical ones constructed by the proposed methods except at low frequencies. The inversion using effective phase velocities required prior information about an infinite half-space to obtain a better S-wave velocity model whereas the direct-fitting inversion worked well without prior information, suggesting the direct-fitting method is more robust than the method using effective phase velocities. We conclude that our proposed inversion methods are effective for estimating the S-wave velocity structure even if higher modes of surface waves are predominant in observed microtremors. 552 0956-540X 1 Geophysical Journal International 541 190 Oxford University Press Surface waves and free oscillations Multimode inversion with amplitude response of surface waves in the spatial autocorrelation method
2433/50278 Kashima, Kenji 2004/02/01 82 1070-9908 2 IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING LETTERS 79 11 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Optimal wavelet expansion via sampled-data control theory
2433/178606 ARAKI, Tohru 1971/12/01 Effects of positive ions on the ionospheric reflection coefficients for very low frequency radio waves are examined with special attention to the lower hybrid resonance in which ions play the principal role. The ionosphere is assumed to be uniform and sharply bounded and impressed with a horizontal static magnetic field. The reflection coefficients are calculated for VLF radio waves which are incident perpendicularly to the static magnetic field with their electric field in the plane of incidence. It is shown that ions should be taken into consideration on the nighttime reflection coefficients for grazing incidence. 10 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 1 11 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University EFFECTS IONS IONOSPHERIC REFLECTION COEFFICIENTS FOR VLF RADIO WAVES
2433/96297 MORISHIMA, Wataru 2010/03/01 This study investigated seasonal trends of surface temperature and rainfall from 1979 to 2007 in southern Africa. In recent years, annual rainfall has decreased over the African continent from the equator to 20ºS, as well as in Madagascar. On the other hand, annual mean surface temperature has shown an increasing trend across the whole region, with particularly large rates of increase in Namibia and Angola. The spatial and temporal structures of trends in rainfall and surface temperature have apparent seasonality, with rainfall in Angola, Zambia, and Namibia tending to decrease from December to March, and surface temperature from Namibia to southeastern South Africa tending to increase from July to October. To clarify the relationship between the seasonal trend and the interannual variation of the seasonal march of rainfall, empirical orthogonal function (EOF) analysis was applied to pentad rainfall data. The first and second modes of temporal structures showed strong seasonality, and their seasonal marches modulated after 1987 and 1995, respectively. These modulations included delay in rainy season onset, early withdrawal of the rainy season, and weak rainfall. 76 0286-9667 African study monographs. Supplementary issue. 67 40 The Research Committee for African Area Studies, Kyoto University Seasonal trend Seasonal Trends of Rainfall and Surface Temperature over Southern Africa
2433/178605 HANDA, Schun 1971/12/01 Simultaneous measurements of electric and magnetic components of natural ELF electromagnetic noises were made. Damping coefficients of Q-type bursts were estimated from their waveforms for the fundamental mode of Schumann resonances. It is found that the damping coefficient of the bursts of NS propagation component is larger by 29% on the average than that of EW propagation component, mean values being 6.27, and 4.87 sec^-1 respectively, while the electric vertical component has the value of 4.96 sec^-1 The attenuation constant, and the Q factor of the earth-ionosphere cavity were discussed based on these values of damping coefficients, comparing with the values obtained by the previous investigation. 15 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 11 11 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University DAMPING COEFFICIENTS OF Q-TYPE BURSTS IN THE SCHUMANN RESONANCE FREQUENCY RANGE
2433/207849 2013/04/01 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次 Cover & Contents
2433/73347 MISHRA, Binaya Kumar 2007/04/01 74 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 69 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 50 京都大学防災研究所 分布関数 地域頻度解析における分布関数同定のためのサンプルサイズの適切性 Suitability of Sample Size for Identifying Distribution Function in Regional Frequency Analysis
2433/195460 Bocherer, Siegfried 2013/12/01 144 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 136 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the growth of Fourier coefficients of Siegel modular forms (Automorphic Representations and Related Topics)
2433/94528 OHNO, Toshihiko 1991/05/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 161 0527-2997 2 物性研究 159 56 物性研究刊行会 多原子系と電磁界共鳴相互作用における量子カオス(カオスとその周辺,研究会報告) Quantum Chaos in Atoms and Resonant Electromagnetic Field Systems
2433/178607 1971/12/01 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 11 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 表紙ほか
2433/195316 AOKI, Takashi 2013/11/01 24 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 33C05 Borel sums of Voros coefficients of hypergeometric differential equations with a large parameter (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/47103 Le Neindre, B. 1980/01/01 65 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 36 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Some aspects of transport properties at high pressures (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/124877 MITSUTA, Yasushi 1978/10/01 32 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 25 28 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Drag Coefficients in Light Wind
2433/198799 Yamashita, Yoshiki 2014/05/20 For ion radiation therapy, the measurement of effective atomic numbers, Z[eff], is necessary to know the material distribution in a human body; the range of ions entering the human body is influenced by the material distribution along their paths. Z[eff], however, cannot be measured at hospitals because monochromatic X-rays with different energies are necessary and are used only at synchrotron facilities. To make Z[eff] measurements at hand, we propose energy-resolved computed tomography (CT) using a “transXend detector”. By assigning two narrow energy ranges in the unfolding process of the data obtained by the transXend detector, Z[eff] for acrylic and aluminum can be estimated by energy-resolved CT. The estimated Z[eff] are compared with those obtained by dual-energy and monochromatic X-ray CT. 1263 0022-3131 10 Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 1256 51 Taylor & Francis Group X-ray Measurement of effective atomic numbers using energy-resolved computed tomography
2433/207837 AOKI, TAKASHI 2013/04/01 162 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 147 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 33C05 Characterization of Stokes graphs and Voros coefficients of hypergeometric differential equations with a large parameter (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/89111 TOKUNAGA, Masaharu 1976/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 B10 0525-2997 6 物性研究 B9 25 物性研究刊行会 7)Depolarization Field Effect in Dynamical Critical Phenomena of Ferroelectrics
2433/173394 Hara, Chiaki 2013/04/01 In a model of asset markets with transaction costs, we find a sufcient condition for an increase in transaction costs to increase buying prices, decrease selling prices, decrease the trading volume, and make all active investors worse off. The sufficient condition is met by all CARA utility functions. As for CRRA utility functions, it is met if and only if CRRA coefficients are less than or equal to one. We show that whenever some investor has a CRRA coefficient greater than one, an increase in transaction costs may well decrease buying prices and make buyers better off. KIER Discussion Paper 862 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University General equilibrium Asset Prices, Trading Volumes, and Investor Welfare in Markets with Transaction Costs
2433/189422 Nagahara, Masaaki 2014/11/01 In this letter, we propose control theoretic smoothing splines with L^1 optimality for reducing the number of parameters that describes the fitted curve as well as removing outlier data. A control theoretic spline is a smoothing spline that is generated as an output of a given linear dynamical system. Conventional design requires exactly the same number of base functions as given data, and the result is not robust against outliers. To solve these problems, we propose to use L^1 optimality, that is, we use the L^1 norm for the regularization term and/or the empirical risk term. The optimization is described by a convex optimization, which can be efficiently solved via a numerical optimization software. A numerical example shows the effectiveness of the proposed method. 1397 1070-9908 11 IEEE Signal Processing Letters 1394 21 IEEE {L^1} Control Theoretic Smoothing Splines
2433/93126 OHNO, Toshihiko 1988/07/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 687 0527-2997 4 物性研究 683 50 物性研究刊行会 43. QUANTUM CHAOS IN TWO-LEVEL SYSTEMS INTERACTING WITH RESONANT PERIODIC OSCILLATING FIELDS
2433/76634 Fujino, Osamu 1976/01/20 470 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 464 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Cadmium with Hydrosyapatite
2433/90142 Obata, Shuji 1980/09/20 A simple method is proposed for calculating the spatial extensions of wave functions in a tightbinding system. By means of the cluster Green functions, site-coefficients (amplitudes of the Wannier functions) of central sites in various type clusters within the system are derived, and the structures of the wavefunctions are discussed. As an example, the theoretical results for a ternary alloy are obtained and compared with the results from exact calculation of the 300-site model. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 456 0527-2997 6 物性研究 451 34 物性研究刊行会 Electronic Spatial Structures of Eigenstates in Amorphous Alloys
2433/75924 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1963/01/30 387 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 381 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Scandium with Calcium Oxalate
2433/215548 Niwa, Hiroki 2016/03/23 Kyoto University Silicon Carbide 超高耐圧応用を目指したSiCにおける絶縁破壊特性の基礎研究およびPiNダイオードの高性能化 Breakdown Characteristics in SiC and Improvement of PiN Diodes toward Ultrahigh-Voltage Applications
2433/46566 Sameshima, Jitsusaburo 1940/08/31 67 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 55 14 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The friction coefficients of liquids
2433/163099 Wells, John C. 2011/12/01 [Date] November 28 (Mon) - December 2 (Fri), 2011: [Place] Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto, JAPAN 125 IUTAM Symposium on 50 Years of Chaos : Applied and Theoretical 124 International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Tracking chaotic behavior in environmental hydraulics. Measurement models for the temporal coefficients of Proper Orthogonal Decomposition of free-surface flows
2433/209046 OKUBO, NAOTO 2013/08/01 41 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 25 B41 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35Q53 Discrete Integrable Systems and Cluster Algebras (The breadth and depth of nonlinear discrete integrable systems)
2433/46761 Osugi, Jiro 1958/01/01 41 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 36 28 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Preliminary studies on diffusion coefficients of gases at pressures
2433/47039 Nakahara, Masaru 1976/12/25 104 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 100 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan On ionic activity coefficients at high pressure
2433/46738 Minomura, Shigeru 1956/01/01 47 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 41 26 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Induced infrared absorption in gaseous acetylene at pressure, III
2433/195458 MATZ, JASMIN 2013/12/01 163 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 153 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 GLOBAL COEFFICIENTS IN THE FINE GEOMETRIC EXPANSION OF ARTHUR'S TRACE FORMULA FOR GL$(n)$ (Automorphic Representations and Related Topics)
2433/77085 Kumagai, Tetsu 1985/02/15 332 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 325 62 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Distribution Behavior of Zinc Chloride and Perchlorate Complexes in Acetone-Water Solution by the Cation Exchange Method
2433/202061 Yoshiie, T. 2015/06/01 In reactor pressure vessel surveillance data, it was found that the concentration of matrix defects was very low even after nearly 40 years of operation, though a large number of precipitates existed. In this paper, defect structures obtained from surveillance data of A533B (high Cu concentration) were simulated using reaction kinetic analysis with 11 rate equations. The coefficients used in the equations were quite different from those obtained by fitting a Fe-0.6 wt%Cu alloy irradiated by the Kyoto University Reactor. The difference was mainly caused by alloying elements in A533B, and the effect of alloying elements was extracted. The same code was applied to low-Cu A533B irradiated with high irradiation damage rate, and the formation of voids was correctly simulated. Available online 30 January 2015 129 0168-583X Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 125 352 Elsevier B.V. Rate equation Reaction kinetic analysis of reactor surveillance data
2433/217896 Takeda, Masahiko 2016/11/01 The long-term variation of the Ampère force exerted by geomagnetic Sq currents was studied in relation to the thermospheric pressure. First, the long-term trend of the pressure difference was estimated using a linear regression coefficient based on a high correlation between the Ampère force and the pressure difference in recent years. The pressure difference may be inferred from solar parameters such as solar sunspot number; inspection of the difference from Sq has a merit that it gives the "response" of the thermosphere in contrast with the "input" parameters of the solar activity index. Next, the effect of the version up of sunspot number was examined. The correlation of the Ampère force with sunspot number updated in 2015 (version 2) is slightly higher than that with old sunspot number (version 1), which suggests that the later version is an improved index for the solar activity and its effect on the state of the thermosphere. Last, the correlation between total Sq currents and sunspot number was found to be less than that between the Ampère force and sunspot number, although the difference is small and could not be statistically significant. This suggests that the geomagnetic main field affects the relation between the Ampère force and the pressure difference. 11412 2169-9402 11 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 11407 121 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Sq variation Long-term variation of Ampère force by geomagnetic Sq currents and thermospheric pressure difference
2433/37937 Ida, Takanori 2002/07/01 This paper utilizes the fixed-effect model of the panel-data analysis and estimates the translog cost function of the Japanese electric power industry from 1978 to 1998. First, we investigate whether the Japanese electric power industry has been naturally monopolistic or not. We find that all electric power companies still benefit from both scale and scope economies and therefore this industry remains a natural monopoly where we cannot expect a competition will automatically function. Second, in order to apply the idea of yardstick-type competition even to the naturally monopolistic industry where costs are quite different between companies, we introduce two kinds of cost-comparison coefficients for the individually specific effect and the scale-and-scope economies respectively. 57 京都大学大学院経済学研究科Working Paper 京都大学大学院経済学研究科 Electric power industry Regulatory reform of Japan's electric power industry : economies of scale-and-scope and yardstick competition
2433/207832 IWAKI, KOHEI 2013/04/01 242 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 221 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M55 Parametric Stokes phenomena and Voros coefficients of the second Painleve equation (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/46740 Hiraoka, Hiroyuki 1956/01/01 55 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 52 26 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The fugacities of steam and acetylene at high pressures
2433/200706 Chida, Masataka 2015/07/01 In this paper, we generalize works of Kohnen and Ono (in Invent. Math., 1999) and James and Ono (in Math. Ann., 1999) on indivisibility of (the algebraic part of) central critical values of L-functions to higher weight modular forms. 2840 0002-9939 7 Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 2829 143 American Mathematical Society Indivisibility of central values of L-functions for modular forms
2433/77445 Tanioka, Akihiko 1992/09/30 187 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 178 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Temperature and Pressure Dependence of Gas Permeability through Inhomogeneous Polymer Membranes (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hisashi Odani On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/180480 Lee, Seungsoo 2013/09/24 Kyoto University urban inundation 下水道システムを考慮した統合都市浸水モデルの開発に関する研究 Study on Development of Integrated Urban Inundation Model Incorporating Drainage Systems
2433/77541 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1994/02/25 410 0023-6071 4-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 406 71 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Analytical Expression of Photoionization Cross Sections for Rare Gases
2433/171696 2011/12/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1772 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/215129 Biwa, Shiro 2015/01/01 A computational method for analyzing the two-dimensional multiple scattering of elastic waves in unidirectional fiber-reinforced media, consisting of elastic cylindrical fibers arranged in an infinitely extended elastic matrix, is presented. The method is based on the eigenfunction expansion of the displacement potentials and the numerical collocation technique to obtain the expansion coefficients. In the present study, the formulation is extended to incorporate the presence of a coating layer between the fibers and the matrix. As an example, the transmission characteristics of longitudinal as well as transverse waves in a unidirectional composite with square array of fibers are analyzed, and the phase velocities in the composite are evaluated. The effect of the coating layer on the wave transmission and stop-band formation behavior is also demonstrated. Proceedings of the 2015 ICU International Congress on Ultrasonics, Metz, France 814 1875-3892 Physics Procedia 811 70 Elsevier Composite material Multiple scattering of elastic waves in unidirectional composites with coated fibers
2433/93963 大野, 稔彦 1990/02/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 598 0527-2997 5 物性研究 596 53 物性研究刊行会 2準位原子-調和振動子系における量子カオスと蛍光スペクトル(カオスとその周辺,研究会報告) Quantum Chaos in Atomic two-level and Harmonic Oscillater Systems
2433/195467 LAPID, EREZ 2013/12/01 83 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 WHITTAKER-FOURIER COEFFICIENTS OF CUSPIDAL REPRESENTATIONS ON CLASSICAL GROUPS (Automorphic Representations and Related Topics)
2433/53195 OHMAE, Kosuke 1997/09/30 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 45 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 42 84 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University dimensional stability Dimensional Change of Wood by Chemical Treatment
2433/180082 Sebastien, Lechevalier 2014/01/01 Beyond the general issue of institutional change at the aggregate level, some studies have shown that the diversity of Japanese firms has increased since the late 1990s, both in terms of performance and organization. This paper contributes to this literature by investigating the evolving employment practices at the firm level. In mobilizing a database of listed manufacturing firms, we focus on the evolution of the speed of downsizing between the 1990s and the 2000s. A specificity of our paper is that we do not limit our analysis to the introduction of individual effects but we rather resort to a Bayesian estimation procedure, which yields to (firm-specific) individual forecasts of the parameters of the adjustment process modelled with random coefficients. The first major result we get is a decreasing average speed of downsizing, contrary to what is found in a simple estimation with individual effects. Second, we confirm the increasing heterogeneity of Japanese firms between the 1990s and the 2000s, through a rising dispersion of the speed of downsizing. Third, we are able, from a descriptive viewpoint to identify some characteristics of firms with different speed of downsizing. KIER Discussion Paper 883 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Corporate Heterogeneity How did the Japanese Employment System Change?Investigating the Heterogeneity of Downsizing Practices across Firms
2433/214840 Uchida, Yukihiro 2007/01/01 116 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 116 2007 京都大学数理解析研究所 Division polynomials and canonical local heights on hyperelliptic Jacobians
2433/143691 Tanaka, Soichi 2011/06/01 The attenuation coefficients of 100-GHz millimeter waves polarized linearly were measured for cross-cut, quarter-sawn, and flat-sawn boards of hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa) that were 0.2–2.0 cm thick. This was done to examine the applicability of free-wave propagation theory for applying electromagnetic waves to wood. It was found that the transmittance of a millimeter wave through the specimen boards was lower when the fiber direction of a board was parallel to the direction of the electric field of the incident wave than when the fiber direction was perpendicular to the electric field, and there was little difference in the transmittance between the tangential and radial directions for the former case. These findings can be quantitatively explained by using propagation theory and the dielectric properties of wood. 194 1435-0211 3 Journal of Wood Science 189 57 Springer, Part of Springer Science+Business Media Millimeter wave Effect of grain direction on transmittance of 100-GHz millimeter wave for hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa)
2433/52506 Kitazawa, Shigeyoshi 1987/01/01 107 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 100 21 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Discriminant Analysis of French Stops and Nasals.
2433/52529 Ariki, Yasuo 1985/01/01 66 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 57 19 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Real-Time Speech Analysis-Synthesis System Using Digital Signal Processors.
2433/47028 Makita, T. 1976/06/30 55 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 54 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Erratum : Evaluation and correlation of viscosity data : the most probable values of the viscosity of gaseous ethane and ethylene
2433/95794 Tokita, Masayuki 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 503 0527-2997 3 物性研究 502 66 物性研究刊行会 SCALING FUNCTION OF DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT OF PROBE MOLECULES IN GEL(Session III : Complex Fluids, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/194763 古澤, 昌秋 2013/03/01 52 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 51 1826 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON SPECIAL VALUES OF CERTAIN $L$-FUNCTIONS (Automorphic forms and automorphic L-functions) ある$L$函数の特殊値について : 森本和輝との共同研究 (保型形式と保型的L函数の研究)
2433/194758 DUKE, William 2013/03/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 138 1826 京都大学数理解析研究所 ARITHMETIC PROPERTIES OF HARMONIC MODULAR FORMS OF WEIGHT ONE (Automorphic forms and automorphic L-functions)
2433/195477 2013/12/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/75918 Kobayashi, S. 1963/01/30 402 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 402 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Liquid Hydrogen Target for the Measurement of Spin Correlation Coefficients in Proton-Proton Scattering at 50 MeV
2433/185661 Mitani, Shinji 2013/10/31 24 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 23 9 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Satisficing Nonlinear Spacecraft Rendezvous Under Control Magnitude and Direction Constraints
2433/180634 Tsumura, Kyosuke 2013/11/25 Kyoto University くりこみ群の方法による運動学的方程式からの安定な平衡状態を有したエネルギーフレームの因果相対論的散逸流体方程式の第一原理的導出 First-Principles Derivation of Causal Relativistic Dissipative Hydrodynamic Equation in Energy Frame with Stable Equilibrium State from Kinetic Equation by Renormalization-Group Method
2433/210201 Evžen Kočenda 2016/04/01 We analyze the impact of price stability-oriented monetary strategies (inflation targeting - IT - and constraining exchange rate arrangements) on inflation persistence using a timevarying coefficients framework in a panel of 68 countries (1993-2013). We show that explicit IT has a stronger effect on taming inflation persistence than implicit IT and is effective even during and after the financial crisis. Regimes with the U.S. dollar as a reserve currency are less effective than those using the Euro; this effect correlates with the level of the reserve currency's inflation persistence. Further, we document the existence of structure in inflation persistence data. Our results are robust to differences in four well established inflation persistence measures and are not affected by existing structural breaks or the endogeneity of monetary strategies. KIER Discussion Paper 938 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Inflation persistence The impact of monetary strategies on inflation persistence
2433/208398 Mochizuki, Kei 2014/08/15 When we act voluntarily, we make a decision to do so prior to the actual execution. However, because of the strong tie between decision and action, it has been difficult to dissociate these two processes in an animal's free behavior. In the present study, we tried to characterize the differences in these processes on the basis of their unique history effect. Using simple eye movement tasks in which the direction of a saccade was either instructed by a computer or freely chosen by the subject, we found that the preceding decision and action had different effects on the animal's subsequent behavior. While choosing a direction (previous decision) produced a positive history effect that prompted the choice of the same saccade direction, making a saccadic response to a direction (previous action) produced a negative history effect that discouraged the monkey from choosing the same direction. This result suggests that the history effect in sequential behavior reported in previous studies was a mixture of these two different components. Future studies on decision-making need to consider the importance of the distinction between decision and action in animal behavior. 932 0022-3077 4 Journal of neurophysiology 923 112 American Physiological Society Opposing history effect of preceding decision and action in the free choice of saccade direction.
2433/124815 ISHIZAKI, Hatsuo 1972/03/01 263 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 247 21 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University A Wind Tunnel Model Experiment of Wind Loading on Curved Roofs
2433/178548 YASUHARA, Michihiro 1967/12/01 A method to determine the main terms of spherical harmonic coefficients of the geomagnetic variation field is studied with reasonable approximations, under the condition of 'rotation-free'. The method is applied to the investigation of the year-to-year change of Sq activity in a period of the descendent stage of solar activity. The result shows that g2^1, the coefficient of cosine-term, decreases with the declining of sunspot activity, meanwhile h2^1, the coefficient of sine-term, has no significant correlation. 37 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 29 7 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University A METHOD FOR THE ANALYSIS OF GEOMAGNETIC VARIATION FIELD AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE YAER-TO-YAER CHANGE OF Sq ACTIVITY
2433/46225 鮫島, 實三郎 1940/06/30 67 3 物理化學の進歩 55 14 日本物理化學研究會 液體の摩擦係数 The friction coefficients of liquids
2433/202738 Nishioka, Kenji 2015/09/24 Kyoto University neoclassical transport ヘリオトロンJプラズマにおける新古典輸送・フロー研究 Neoclassical transport and flow analysis in Heliotron J plasmas
2433/120864 Iizuka, Masatoshi 2010/03/23 Kyoto University metallic fuel 溶融塩化物系における核燃料の電解精製および電解還元プロセスに関する研究 Studies on electrorefining and electroreduction processes for nuclear fuels in molten chloride systems
2433/203606 Yamamoto, Toshihiro 2016/04/01 A frequency domain Monte Carlo method is applied to near-infrared optical tomography, where an intensity-modulated light source with a given modulation frequency is used to reconstruct optical properties. The frequency domain reconstruction technique allows for better separation between the scattering and absorption properties of inclusions, even for ill-posed inverse problems, due to cross-talk between the scattering and absorption reconstructions. The frequency domain Monte Carlo calculation for light transport in an absorbing and scattering medium has thus far been analyzed mostly for the reconstruction of optical properties in simple layered tissues. This study applies a Monte Carlo calculation algorithm, which can handle complex-valued particle weights for solving a frequency domain transport equation, to optical tomography in two-dimensional heterogeneous tissues. The Jacobian matrix that is needed to reconstruct the optical properties is obtained by a first-order “differential operator” technique, which involves less variance than the conventional “correlated sampling” technique. The numerical examples in this paper indicate that the newly proposed Monte Carlo method provides reconstructed results for the scattering and absorption coefficients that compare favorably with the results obtained from conventional deterministic or Monte Carlo methods. 176 0030-4018 Optics Communications 165 364 Elsevier B.V. Monte Carlo Frequency domain optical tomography using a Monte Carlo perturbation method
2433/77335 Shirai, T. 1990/10/31 132 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 127 68 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effect of Constant Curvature Vane Tip on RF Quadrupole Linac Beam Dynamics (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hidekuni Takekoshi On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/187981 Takata, Shigeru 2012/11/27 The general theory of slip flow established in the late 1960s is revisited. For a long time, the complete set of data of the slip and jump coefficients up to the second order of the small Knudsen number have been available only for the Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook model. The present paper provides the complete set of data of those coefficients for a hard-sphere gas on the diffuse reflection boundary. The data are obtained by using the general identities that have been deduced from recently developed symmetry arguments. A few simple application examples are also presented. "28th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics 2012"; Conference date: 9–13 July 2012; Location: Zaragoza, Spain 66 9780735411159 0094-243X AIP Conference Proceedings: 28th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics 2012 59 1501 AIP Publishing slip ﬂow On the Second-order Slip and Jump Coefficients for the General Theory of Slip Flow
2433/76680 Fujino, Osamu 1976/12/25 319 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 312 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Cadmium with Calcite
2433/77448 Nakagawa, Tsutomu 1992/09/30 160 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 152 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synthesis and Gas Permeability of Copoly (trimethylsilylpropyne-phenylpropyne) Membranes (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hisashi Odani On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/194753 WALLING, LYNNE H. 2013/03/01 185 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 180 1826 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11F41 SIEGEL EISENSTEIN SERIES, HECKE OPERATORS, AND FOURIER EXPANSIONS (Automorphic forms and automorphic L-functions)
2433/76461 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1973/03/15 652 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 645 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Copper with Hydroxyapatite
2433/198279 Goto, Hiroyuki 2014/04/24 Amplification of earthquake ground motions at actual deposit sites is an important factor to consider when assessing the risk of an earthquake disaster. In order to identify the amplification properties, several preprocessings such as the Fourier transform are required. I propose a series expansion of the amplification with simple ground transfer functions as a new preprocessing. I define a sequence of transfer functions based on a two-layered structure excluding an internal damping and a function space spanned by the set of the functions. I mathematically prove that the function space is equal to L2 space. This indicates that all the functions belonging to L2 space, that is, an arbitrary ground amplification, have a unique series expansion. This expansion is applied to the physics-based decomposition of the amplification. Some numerical examples indicate that the similarity between a target complex structure and a simple model is measured by the absolute value of each coefficient in the series expansion. 1997 0098-8847 13 Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 1975 43 wiley ground transfer function Series expansion of complex ground amplifications with a sequence of simple transfer functions
2433/215293 Takada, Satoshi 2016/03/23 Kyoto University 粉体物理 引力を持つ粉体系の輸送現象についての理論的研究 Studies on transport phenomena of cohesive granular particles
2433/53343 HAYASHI, Tomoyuki 1982/03/15 In order to obtain basic design data of wood butt joints with metal plate connectors, static tensile tests were made on the joints connected with sixteen types of plate. Two types of failure mode of joints were observed. In the case when joints failed in withdrawal of the teeth, a linear relationship between ultimate load of joints and specific gravity of wood existed, and strength per tooth increased by about 12 kg with increasing specific gravity by 0.1. In the case when joints failed in tension at the middle of the plate, ultimate load of joints did not depend on the specific gravity of wood but on tensile strength of the plate connector, and strength per tooth decreased with increasing the number of row of the teeth. Transition of these two types of failure mode was found on six rows type of the plate; withdrawal of teeth was observed when the number of row was less than six. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 36 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 22 68 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Static Tensile Strength of Wood Butt Joints with Metal Plate Connectors : Effects of Plate Geometry and Specific Gravity of Wood
2433/77009 Kubota, Yasushi 1982/11/15 327 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 309 60 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Analysis of Protein Sequence Homology by Correlation Coefficients
2433/59309 Yamamoto, Keiko 2007/03/23 Kyoto University GRACE衛星重力データを用いたリージョナル質量変動の研究 Study on regional scale mass variation using GRACE satellite gravity data
2433/75006 Okazaki, Morio 1975/05/23 Kyoto University 乾燥における移動物性と乾燥特性に関する研究 Transport Properties in Drying Process and Drying Characteristics
2433/50600 Tsujii, Hiroshi 2002/12/01 20 13418947 京都大学生物資源経済研究 1 8 京都大学大学院農学研究科生物資源経済学専攻 An econometric analysis of agricultural sustainability in a montainous village of West Java : use of the multinomial logit model to soil fertility perception
2433/76626 Odani, Hisashi 1975/11/29 423 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 409 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Solubilities of Inert Gases in Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene Block Copolymers (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry XI)
2433/76645 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1976/03/31 61 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 54 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Tabulated Value Used for Radiation Shielding against γ Rays from Radioisotopes (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, XVI)
2433/97174 Tokarchuk, M. V. 2002/02/20 我々が最近提唱したマルチステップ型ポテンシャル系の運動諭的方程式の解析を行う。このポテンシャルは、硬い球面部分、引力壁、及び、斥力壁で構成されている。このようなモデルは、今までにあった多数の稠密な気体と流体に関する半経験論的な理論を統一したものである。マルチステップ型ポテンシャルのある特徴的なパラメータに対して得られた結果を用いると、標準的なチャップマン・エンスコッグ法による従来の運動諭的方程式を再構成することができる。過去にアルゴンについて実験と分子動力学的計算シミュレーションが行われている。そこでは、密度や温度をパラメータとしたときの様々な輸送係数が求められている。我々の理論は、この結果を最もよく再現している。 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 905 0727-2997 5 物性研究 902 77 物性研究刊行会 1. マルチステップ型ポテンシャル法による稠密な気体と流体の運動諭的方程式(第9回『非平衡系の統計物理』シンポジウム,研究会報告) 1. Kinetic equation for dense gases and fluids with a multistep potential of interaction(The 9th Symposium on Non-Equilibrium Statisitical Physics)
2433/195167 Sato, Masamichi 2013/10/01 232 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 225 1853 京都大学数理解析研究所 代謝フラックスと凸多面体 (第9回生物数学の理論とその応用) Metabolic Flux and Convex Polytope (Theory of Biomathematics and Its Applications IX)
2433/193467 Hyeon-Deuk, Kim 2014/05/07 Liquid para-hydrogen (p-H2) is a typical quantum liquid which exhibits strong nuclear quantum effects (NQEs) and thus anomalous static and dynamic properties. We propose a real-time simulation method of wave packet (WP) molecular dynamics (MD) based on non-empirical intra- and inter-molecular interactions of non-spherical hydrogen molecules, and apply it to condensed-phase p-H2. The NQEs, such as WP delocalization and zero-point energy, are taken into account without perturbative expansion of prepared model potential functions but with explicit interactions between nuclear and electron WPs. The developed MD simulation for 100 ps with 1200 hydrogen molecules is realized at feasible computational cost, by which basic experimental properties of p-H2 liquid such as radial distribution functions, self-diffusion coefficients, and shear viscosities are all well reproduced. 0021-9606 17 The Journal of chemical physics 140 American Institute of Physics Communication: Quantum molecular dynamics simulation of liquid para-hydrogen by nuclear and electron wave packet approach.
2433/192987 Shimura, Tomoya 2013/11/01 Understanding long-term, ocean wave climate variability is important to assess climate change impacts on coastal and ocean physics and engineering. Teleconnection patterns can represent wave climate variability in the context of climate change. The objective of this study is to identify how large-scale spatial distributions of wave heights vary on a monthly basis and how they are influenced by various teleconnection patterns using reanalysis datasets. The wave height climate responses to teleconnection patterns in the eastern part of the North Pacific and North Atlantic are more sensible than in the corresponding western parts. The dominant spatial patterns of monthly averaged wave height variability in winter were obtained by empirical orthogonal function analysis. The three dominant patterns in the North Pacific and North Atlantic are similar. It is remarkable that one of the three dominant patterns, a band-shaped pattern, exhibits a strong relation to the teleconnection pattern in each ocean. The band-shaped pattern for the North Pacific was investigated in detail and found to be related to the west Pacific (WP) pattern. Where and how each teleconnection pattern influences wave climate becomes apparent especially during winter. 8670 0894-8755 21 Journal of Climate 8654 26 American Meteorological Society Teleconnections Ocean Waves and Teleconnection Patterns in the Northern Hemisphere
2433/56277 Kaneko, Yukio 1987/09/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 204 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 177 25 京都大学東南アジア研究センター The Development of the Manufacturing Sector in Indonesia
2433/215284 Sasaki, Shinji 2016/03/23 Kyoto University non-adiabatic transition 二重変わり点における Stokes 曲線の分岐現象, そして三準位系の遷移確率に対する仮想変わり点の影響 A bifurcation phenomenon of Stokes curves around a double turning point, and influence of virtual turning points upon the transition probabilities for three-level systems
2433/193962 Radtke, Gregg A. 2012/09/01 We use LVDSMC (low-variance deviational Monte Carlo) simulations to calculate, under linearized conditions, the second-order temperature jump coefficient for a dilute gas whose temperature is governed by the Poisson equation with a constant forcing term, as in the case of homogeneous volumetric heating. Both the hard-sphere gas and the BGK model of the Boltzmann equation, for which slip/jump coefficients are not functions of temperature, are considered. The temperature jump relation and jump coefficient determined here are closely linked to the general jump relations for time-dependent problems that have yet to be systematically treated in the literature Published online: 20 July 2012 341 0022-1120 Journal of Fluid Mechanics 331 707 Cambridge University Press kinetic theory On the second-order temperature jump coefficient of a dilute gas
2433/202060 Kakizaki, Sonomi 2015/10/01 In this paper, conserved quantities of the discrete hungry Lotka-Volterra (dhLV) system are derived. Our approach is based on the Lax representation of the dhLV system, which expresses the time evolution of the dhLV system as a similarity transformation on a certain square matrix. Thus, coefficients of the characteristic polynomial of this matrix constitute conserved quantities of the dhLV system. These coefficients are calculated explicitly through a recurrence relation among the characteristic polynomials of its leading principal submatrices. The conserved quantities of the discrete hungry Toda (dhToda) equation is also derived with the help of the Bäcklund transformation between the dhLV system and the dhToda equation. Published: July 2015. 899 1937-1632 5 Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series S 889 8 American Institute of Mathematical Sciences Conserved quantities Conserved quantities of the integrable discrete hungry systems
2433/55798 Kawaguchi, Keizaburo 1975/06/01 Correlation coefficients between all pairs of 29 variables that had been described previously in relation to fertility and material characteristics were computed for the same 410 tropical Asian paddy soil samples. Chemical characters related to base status are highly correlated not only with each other but also with such character groups as textural composition, clay mineralogy, and total chemical composition. Characters related to organic matter status are not highly correlated with any of the other character groups, though their mutual correlations are high. The same holds for characters related to phosphorus status. Multiple regression of CEC on the contents of different clay mineral species and organic matter was studied. The 14 A minerals alone explained more than 80% of the variance of CEC. The 7 A and 10 A minerals also contributed significantly, but the contribution of organic matter to CEC turned out to be insignificant. Hayashi's theory of quantification (No. 1) was adopted to assess the contributions of such qualitative variables as climate, relief, and texture to organic matter status of the soil. Climate was proved to be most relevant to the reserve of mineralizable nitrogen, while local relief contributed most to TC and TN. Effect of texture on accumulation of organic matter was clearer under a drier climatic condition. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 57 0563-8682 1 東南アジア研究 45 13 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Paddy Soils in Tropical Asia: Part 3. Correlation and Regression Analyses of the Soil Data
2433/76789 Kumagai, Tetsu 1978/12/20 285 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 280 56 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Manganese with Calcium Carbonate
2433/129602 Gottardi, Piero 2010/01/01 Should capital and labor be taxed, and if so how when individuals' labor and capital income are subject to uninsurable idiosyncratic risks? In a two period general equilibrium model with production, we first show that reducing investment is welfare improving if households are ho- mogeneous enough ex ante. On the other hand, when the degree of heterogeneity is sufficiently high a welfare improvement is achieved by increasing investment, even if the investment level is already higher than at the e¢ cient allocation obtained when full insurance markets were avail- able. Consequently, the optimal capital tax rate might be negative. We derive a decomposition formula of the effects of the tax which allow us to determine how the sign of optimal tax on capital and labor depends both on the nature of the shocks and the degree of heterogeneity among consumers as well as on the way in which the tax revenue is allocated. Revised:May 2011 KIER Discussion Paper 694 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Constrained Inefficiency and Optimal Taxation with Uninsurable Risks
2433/76923 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1981/02/28 19 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 15 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Computer Code to Calculate the Parameters Used for Radiation Shielding against γRays
2433/77672 Adachi, Shuji 1982/09/24 Kyoto University クロマトグラフ操作による固定化酵素の臨床分析および食品工業への応用 Application of immobilized enzymes to clinical analysis and food manufacture using chromatographic operations
2433/76546 Hyodo, Tomonori 1974/07/25 7 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Transmission of Betatron Bremsstrahlung through Materials (Memorial Issue Dedicated to the Late Professor Yoshiaki Uemura)
2433/97737 Aoki, Masanao 2004/01/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 498 0827-2997 4 物性研究 495 81 物性研究刊行会 A New Model of Labor Dynamics : Ultrametrics, Okun's Law, and Transient Dynamics
2433/194439 2012/09/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1807 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/214964 Iwami, Tomohiro 2013/02/01 128 1348-4338 北海道大学数学講究録 : 代数幾何学シンポジウム : 記録 128 2012 Department of Mathematics, Hokkaido University Higher dimensional analogues of Bogomolov-Gieseker type inequality coming from anomaly cancellations based on positivity constrains with regards to abundance conjecture
2433/159943 Matsukuma, H 2011/04/14 Using a positive column of helium–neon glow discharge plasma at several temperatures between 77 and 294 K, the disalignment rates of excited neon atoms in the 2p[5] and 2p[10] (in Paschen notation) levels are measured by a polarization-resolved laser-induced fluorescence technique. For the 2p[10] case, the disalignment rate due to radiation reabsorption is evaluated from the optical thickness of the plasma measured by a self-absorption method, and then is subtracted from the disalignment rate measured. From the slope of the obtained disalignment rate plotted against the helium atom density we determine the rate coefficients due to helium atom collisions. These rate coefficients are compared with the results of quantum multi-channel close-coupling calculations using the modified long-range potentials proposed by Bahrim and Khadilkar (2009 Phys. Rev. A 79 042715) from the original potentials of Hennecart and Masnou-Seeuws (1985 J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 18 657). Our present experiment agrees excellently with the theory for the 2p[5] level at any temperatures between 77 and 294 K, and for the 2p[10] state only at 294 K. Below 294 K, the experimental rate coefficients for the 2p[10] state show a more rapid decrease with the decrease in temperature than the theory predicts. 0953-4075 7 Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 44 IOP Publishing Ltd. Disalignment rates of the neon 2p[5] and 2p[10] atoms due to helium atom collisions measured at temperatures between 77 and 294 K
2433/76637 Fujino, Osamu 1976/01/20 451 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 444 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Lead with Hydroxyapatite
2433/47031 1976/12/25 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Contents of vol. 46
2433/88282 ASANO, Taro 1971/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 B15 0525-2997 3 物性研究 B8 16 物性研究刊行会 Theorems for the Anisotropic Heisenberg Ferromagnet
2433/65709 Tsunashima, Yoshisuke 1996/03/01 29 1342-0321 ICR annual report 28 2 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Hydrodynamic Behavior and Semiflexibility of a Disubstituted Polyacetylene with Silyl group, Poly[(1-trimethylsilyl)-1-propyne], in Dilute Solution (FUNDAMENTAL MATERIAL PROPERTIES - Molecular Motion Analysis)
2433/92851 Ohta, T. 1987/10/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 43 0527-2997 1 物性研究 43 49 物性研究刊行会 14. β ORDERING PROCESS IN A QUENCHED TRICRITICAL SYSTEM(基研研究会「パタ-ン形成,その運動と統計」,研究会報告)
2433/61108 1997/04/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 990 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/194733 2013/02/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1824 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/194547 照井, 章 2012/10/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 97 1814 京都大学数理解析研究所 GPGCD, an iterative method for calculating approximate GCD of univariate polynomials, with the complex coefficients (Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications) 近似GCD算法GPGCDの複素係数多項式への拡張 (Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/195498 三枝崎, 剛 2014/01/01 7 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1872 京都大学数理解析研究所 Congruences on the Fourier coeffients of the Mathieu mock theta function (Research on finite groups and their representations, vertex operator algebras, and algebraic combinatorics) マシュー群に関連した擬テータ関数に現れる合同式 (有限群とその表現,頂点作用素代数,代数的組合せ論の研究)
2433/182612 Enami, Shinichi 2013/02/01 6 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 6 8 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Dry Deposition and Oligomerization of Gaseous Isoprene on Atmospheric Water’s Surfaces
2433/210053 KO, Dongwoo 2015/06/01 409 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 402 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 58 京都大学防災研究所 Underground storage box Study on Applicability of Overflow Discharge Equation Under Pressurized Flow Condition
2433/200670 Hazama, Koji 2015/08/15 Locally weighted partial least squares (LW-PLS) is one of Just-in-Time (JIT) modeling methods; PLS is used to build a local linear regression model every time when output variables need to be estimated. The prediction accuracy of local models strongly depends on the definition of similarity between a newly obtained sample and past samples stored in a database. To calculate the similarity, the Euclidean distance and the Mahalanobis distance have been widely used, but they do not take account of the relationship between input and output variables. This fact limits the achievable performance of LW-PLS and other locally weight regression methods. Thus, in the present work, covariance-based locally weighted PLS (CbLW-PLS) is proposed by integrating LW-PLS and a new similarity index based on the covariance between input and output variables. CbLW-PLS was applied to two industrial problems: soft-sensor design for estimating unreacted NaOH concentration in an alkali washing tower in a petrochemical process, and process analytical technology (PAT) for estimating concentration of a residual drug substance in a pharmaceutical process. The proposed similarity index was compared with six conventional indexes based on distances, correlations, or regression coefficients. The results have demonstrated that CbLW-PLS achieved the best prediction performance of all in both case studies. 62 0169-7439 Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 55 146 Elsevier B.V. Just-in-time modeling Covariance-based locally weighted partial least squares for high-performance adaptive modeling
2433/210378 Moriyama, Sanefumi 2015/04/01 It was known that the ABJM matrix model is dual to the topological string theory on a Calabi-Yau manifold. Using this relation it was possible to write down the exact instanton expansion of the partition function of the ABJM matrix model. The expression consists of a universal function constructed from the free energy of the refined topological string theory with an overall topological invariant characterizing the CalabiYau manifold. In this paper we explore two other superconformal Chern-Simons theories of the circular quiver type. We find that the partition function of one theory enjoys the same expression from the refined topological string theory as the ABJM matrix model with different topological invariants while that of the other is more general. We also observe an unexpected relation between these two theories. 1029-8479 Journal of High Energy Physics 2015 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Matrix Models Exact instanton expansion of superconformal Chern-Simons theories from topological strings
2433/170208 Sumiya, Takuto 2013/03/01 A numerical procedure is presented in this paper for the two-dimensional, time-harmonic elastodynamic multiple scattering problems for unidirectional fiber-reinforced composites. The proposed procedure is based on the eigenfunction expansion of the displacement potentials and the numerical collocation method to solve the expansion coefficients, and is capable of modeling arbitrary fiber arrangements. To demonstrate the applicability of the procedure, the P and SV wave propagation characteristics in unidirectional fiber-reinforced composites are analyzed for different fiber arrangements and fiber volume fractions. The simulated results are shown to capture the detailed features of the local wave fields in the composites accompanying the mode conversion. From the computed wave fields, the effective phase velocities of the composites are identified as functions of the frequency, and found to be in good agreement with the predictions of a micromechanical model for random composites. The energy transmission spectra of the P and SV waves are also demonstrated, which exhibit the stop-band formation for the composites with regular fiber arrangements. 270 0165-2125 2 Wave Motion 253 50 Elsevier B.V. Elastic wave Computational multiple scattering analysis of elastic waves in unidirectional composites
2433/24836 Kim, Young-sook 2004/01/01 I examine the question of what motivates family members to live apart or together, using the Japanese Panel Study of Consumers. I attempt to explain family living arrangement by two forces, dispersing and assembling. Considering family members live together to reduce their cost of living, financial wealth functions as dispersing force, while large dwelling size works the other way. Another assembling factor is care-giving. Parents see their adult daughter as a potential caregiver while daughters expect their elderly parents to give care to their children. I find that financial wealth and large dwelling function as the most important factors for family living arrangement. 139 1349-6778 2 The Kyoto Economic Review 121 http://joi.jlc.jst.go.jp/JST.JSTAGE/ker/73.121 73 Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University family living arrangement What Makes Family Members Live Apart or Together?: An Empirical Study with Japanese Panel Study of Consumers
2433/159729 Schwartz, Jean-Marc 2006/04/03 [Background]Elementary mode analysis of metabolic pathways has proven to be a valuable tool for assessing the properties and functions of biochemical systems. However, little comprehension of how individual elementary modes are used in real cellular states has been achieved so far. A quantitative measure of fluxes carried by individual elementary modes is of great help to identify dominant metabolic processes, and to understand how these processes are redistributed in biological cells in response to changes in environmental conditions, enzyme kinetics, or chemical concentrations. [Results]Selecting a valid decomposition of a flux distribution onto a set of elementary modes is not straightforward, since there is usually an infinite number of possible such decompositions. We first show that two recently introduced decompositions are very closely related and assign the same fluxes to reversible elementary modes. Then, we show how such decompositions can be used in combination with kinetic modelling to assess the effects of changes in enzyme kinetics on the usage of individual metabolic routes, and to analyse the range of attainable states in a metabolic system. This approach is illustrated by the example of yeast glycolysis. Our results indicate that only a small subset of the space of stoichiometrically feasible steady states is actually reached by the glycolysis system, even when large variation intervals are allowed for all kinetic parameters of the model. Among eight possible elementary modes, the standard glycolytic route remains dominant in all cases, and only one other elementary mode is able to gain significant flux values in steady state. [Conclusion]These results indicate that a combination of structural and kinetic modelling significantly constrains the range of possible behaviours of a metabolic system. All elementary modes are not equal contributors to physiological cellular states, and this approach may open a direction toward a broader identification of physiologically relevant elementary modes among the very large number of stoichiometrically possible modes. 1471-2105 BMC bioinformatics 7 BioMed Central Ltd. Quantitative elementary mode analysis of metabolic pathways: the example of yeast glycolysis.
2433/128770 Riveros, Carlos Alberto 2010/03/01 Several research efforts have been directed toward the development of models for response prediction of flexible risers. The main difficulties arise from the fact that the dynamic response of flexible risers involves highly nonlinear behavior and a self-regulated process. This article presents a quasi-steady approach for response prediction of oscillating flexible risers. Amplitude-dependent lift coefficients are considered, as is an increased mean drag coefficient model during synchronization events. Experimental validation of the proposed model was carried out using a 20-m riser model excited by forced harmonic vibration at its top end. Large variations in the hydrodynamic force coefficients, a low mass ratio value, and synchronization events are the main features of the model presented in this article. Experimental validation was provided for the asymmetric, transverse, diagonal, and third vortex regimes. 53 0948-4280 1 Journal of Marine Science and Technology 44 15 Springer Flexible riser Response prediction of long flexible risers subject to forced harmonic vibration
2433/173351 Sato, Wataru 2013/03/25 BACKGROUND: The relationships between facial mimicry and subsequent psychological processes remain unclear. We hypothesized that the congruent facial muscle activity would elicit emotional experiences and that the experienced emotion would induce emotion recognition. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: To test this hypothesis, we re-analyzed data collected in two previous studies. We recorded facial electromyography (EMG) from the corrugator supercilii and zygomatic major and obtained ratings on scales of valence and arousal for experienced emotions (Study 1) and for experienced and recognized emotions (Study 2) while participants viewed dynamic and static facial expressions of negative and positive emotions. Path analyses showed that the facial EMG activity consistently predicted the valence ratings for the emotions experienced in response to dynamic facial expressions. The experienced valence ratings in turn predicted the recognized valence ratings in Study 2. CONCLUSION: These results suggest that facial mimicry influences the sharing and recognition of emotional valence in response to others' dynamic facial expressions. 1932-6203 3 PloS one 8 Public Library of Science Relationships among Facial Mimicry, Emotional Experience, and Emotion Recognition.
2433/187906 KORFF, CHRISTIAN 2011/08/01 153 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 121 B28 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 17B37 The su($n$) WZNW fusion ring as integrable model : a new algorithm to compute fusion coefficients (Infinite Analysis 2010 Developments in Quantum Integrable Systems)
2433/86513 Kanie, Yukihiro 1976/03/23 Kyoto University ベクトル場のなすリー環の,随伴表現に係数をもつコホモロジー Cohomologies of Lie Algebras of Vector Fields with Coefficients in Adjoint Representations
2433/210365 Nosaka, Tomoki 2016/03/01 We study the large N expansion of the partition function of the quiver superconformal Chern-Simons theories deformed by two continuous parameters which correspond to general R-charge assignment to the matter fields. Though the deformation breaks the conformal symmetry, we find that the partition function shares various structures with the superconformal cases, such as the Airy function expression of the perturbative expansion in 1/N with the overall constant A(k) related to the constant map in the ABJM case through a simple rescaling of k. We also identify five kinds of the non-perturbative effects in 1/N which correspond to the membrane instantons. The instanton exponents and the singular structure of the coefficients depend on the continuous deformation parameters, in contrast to the superconformal case where all the parameters are integers associated with the orbifold action on the moduli space. This implies that the singularity of the instanton effects would be observable also in the gravity side. 1029-8479 Journal of High Energy Physics 2016 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Supersymmetric gauge theory Instanton effects in ABJM theory with general R-charge assignments
2433/74287 Shimizu, Sakae 1951/09/10 54 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 53 25 京都大学化学研究所 The Absorption of γ-Rays from Co⁶⁰ in Several Elements
2433/52451 Nakagawa, Seiichi 1994/01/01 36 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 24 28 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO An Evaluation of Language Identification Methods Based on HMMs
2433/47851 高橋, 正 2005/11/01 221 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 220 1456 京都大学数理解析研究所 Calculation of Groebner Basis with Parametric Coefficients or Indeterminante Exponents (Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/76407 Tanaka, Takeshi 1972/06/30 116 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 107 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecular Dimensions of Block Copolymers in Solution (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry IX)
2433/61072 Tabata, Masahisa 1997/04/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 65 989 京都大学数理解析研究所 Upper and Lower Bounds Computations of Drag Coefficients(Domain Decomposition Methods and Related Topics)
2433/95830 Seki, Kazuhiko 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 411 0527-2997 3 物性研究 410 66 物性研究刊行会 BROWNIAN MOTION OF AN ELECTRIC DIPOLE(Session I : Cross-Disciplinary Physics, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95127 Um, Chung-In 1993/07/20 The coefficient of thermal conductivity (κ) in thin liquid ^4He is evaluated explicitly as a function of temperature via temperature-dependent two-dimensional elementary excitation spectra that are microscopic only in the long-wavelength limit. Below about 0.8K, the coefficient increases exponentially with decreasing temperature. At temperatures below about 0.3K, κ(T) in the thin film case has an T^<-5> dependence with extra temperature-dependent terms which originate from three-phonon processes. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 321 0627-2997 4 物性研究 317 60 物性研究刊行会 Thermal conductivity coefficient via temperature-dependent elementary excitation spectra in thin liquid ^4He(New Developments in Statistical Physics Similarities in Diversities,YITP Workshop)
2433/124481 Yamana, Shunsuke 2009/03/23 Kyoto University 正則保型形式の原始的フーリエ係数による決定 Determination of holomorphic modular forms by primitive Fourier coefficients
2433/64050 Tunitsky, Dmitry V. 2000/04/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 125 1150 京都大学数理解析研究所 INEXTENDABLE SOLUTIONS OF HYPERBOLIC MONGE-AMPERE EQUATIONS (Lie Groups, Geometric Structures and Differential Equations : One Hundred Years after Sophus Lie)
2433/197549 2014/01/01 65 1342-0321 ICR annual report 64 21 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Bio-knowledge Engineering
2433/194425 Mishou, Hidehiko 2012/09/01 9 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1806 京都大学数理解析研究所 The joint universality theorem for automorphic $L$-functions (Analytic Number Theory : related Multiple aspects of Arithmetic Functions)
2433/75913 Aida, Hiroshi 1963/01/30 404 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 404 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Viscoelastic Properties of Asphalts
2433/211147 Matsuura, Shigetake 1963/09/17 Kyoto University 定数係数偏微分作用素の一般系について On general systems of partial differential operators with constant coefficients
2433/213011 Matsumura, Mutsuhide 1968/11/25 Kyoto University ある種の定数係数対称双曲型方程式に対する混合問題の解の挙動について COMPORTEMENT DES SOLUTIONS DE QUELQUES PROB LÈMES MIXTES POUR CERTAINS SYSTÈMES HYPERBOLIQUES SYMÉTRIQUES A COEFFICIENTS CONSTANTS
2433/213784 Saito, Yoshimi 1971/11/24 Kyoto University 作用素を係数とする2階微分方程式に対する極限吸収原理 The principle of limiting absorption for second-order differential equations with operator-valued coefficients
2433/215132 Horie, Y. 2015/01/01 Film boiling heat transfer properties of LH2 for various pressures and subcooling conditions were measured by applying electric current to give an exponential heat input to a PtCo wire with a diameter of 1.2 mm submerged in LH2. The heated wire was set to be horizontal to the ground. The heat transfer coefficient in the film boiling region was higher for higher pressure and higher subcooling. The experimental results are compared with the equation of pool film boiling heat transfer. It is confirmed that the pool film boiling heat transfer coefficients in LH2 can be expressed by this equation. Proceedings of the 25th International Cryogenic Engineering Conference and International Cryogenic Materials Conference 2014 648 1875-3892 Physics Procedia 643 67 Elsevier Liquid hydrogen Film boiling heat transfer properties of liquid hydrogen in natural convection
2433/182070 Hiroshima, Mayo 2013/10/01 Background: People with severe mental illness can now function better in their communities because of improved local mental health services. Nevertheless, a convenient short scale for evaluating their functioning would be useful. Purpose: We simplified the 27-item version of an instrument measuring self-efficacy for social participation in mentally ill individuals (SESP27), creating an abridged 10-item version (SESP10). The validity and reliability of the SESP10 were then assessed. Methods: We administered the SESP27, Rosenberg’s Self-Esteem Scale, Norbeck’s Social Support Scale, the Sense of Coherence Scale (13-item), and the 12-item General Health Questionnaire to 145 community-dwelling mentally ill people using a psychiatric service. We also assessed how satisfied subjects were with their lives and whether they had any life goals. To verify the reliability of the SESP10, the SESP27 was distributed to the same participants about 1 month after the first survey. By referring to the factor structure of the SESP27, 10 items that were found to have high loadings were selected and used to create the SESP10. Results: Confirmatory factor analysis showed that the SESP10 maintained the four-factor structure of the SESP27, with sufficient content validity; these factors were: "trust in social self" (2 items), "self-management" (3 items), "social adaptability" (2 items), and "mutual support" (3 items). Furthermore, the SESP10 had excellent internal consistency, test-retest reliability, and criterion validity. Conclusion: The validity and reliability of the SESP10 were confirmed. Because of its convenience, it can be widely applied to people with severe mental illness. 55 2039-9340 10 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 50 4 Mediterranean Center of Social and Educational Research self-efficacy Development of a Simple Version of the 27-item Version of an Instrument to Measure Self-Efficacy for Social Participation of People with Mental Illness
2433/124892 IRIKURA, Kojiro 1980/11/01 96 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 81 30 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Characteristics of Microtremors On Ground with Discontinuous Underground Structure
2433/195490 CARNAHAN, SCOTT 2014/01/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 83 1872 京都大学数理解析研究所 MONSTROUS LIE ALGEBRAS (Research on finite groups and their representations, vertex operator algebras, and algebraic combinatorics)
2433/84855 Takizawa, Atsushi 2007/10/01 In this paper we will investigate the relationship between room layout and the rent of apartments by extracting meaningful substructures of a graph representing the room layout using a graph mining algorithm. We will then construct a prediction model for the rent of apartments with high accuracy. Through our analysis, we will reveal certain typical substructures in the room layout which strongly affect the rent. 2007 IEEE International Conference on Systems, 2007 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Mo ntreal, QC, Canada, 7-10 October 2007. : IEEE catalog number: CFP07SMC-PRT 3518 9781424409907 IEEE International Conference on on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 2007 3512 IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Applying Graph Mining to Discover Substructures of Room Layouts which Affect the Rent of Apartments
2433/47034 Nojima, Hidemoto 1976/12/25 81 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 76 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Equilibrium distribution coefficient of stilbene-azobenzene system
2433/25312 Sugawa, Toshiyuki 2004/04/01 130 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 126 1363 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON POSITIVITY OF TAYLOR COEFFICIENTS OF CONFORMAL MAPS (Study on Applications for Fractional Calculus Operators in Univalent Function Theory)
2433/95813 Evans, Denis J. 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 455 0527-2997 3 物性研究 452 66 物性研究刊行会 CAUSALITY AND RESPONSE THEORY(Session II : Chaos, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/97768 Shourbagy, Salah A. M. 2004/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 879 0827-2997 6 物性研究 876 81 物性研究刊行会 Numerical Implementation of Coulomb-Friction in Mechanical Systems
2433/141057 石川, 秀明 2009/10/01 36 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 1665 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE GROWTH OF VARIOUS ZETA FUNCTIONS AND TAYLOR COEFFICIENTS (Analytic Number Theory and Related Areas)
2433/194732 Hayami, Toshio 2013/02/01 7 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1824 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 30C45 Coefficients for certain analytic functions related to arguments of ${f'(z)}$ (On Schwarzian Derivatives and Its Applications)
2433/194347 Xiao, Xiao 2012/07/01 138 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 133 1802 京都大学数理解析研究所 Applying Daubechies wavelets to software failure rate estimation (Mathematical Decision Making under Uncertainty and Ambiguity, and Related Topics)
2433/174168 KUBOTA, Tomio 2007/12/01 130 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 123 B4 京都大学数理解析研究所 On several multiple zeta functions (Proceedings of the Symposium on Algebraic Number theory and Related Topics)
2433/46920 Srichand, M. 1969/06/30 89 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 85 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan A correlation technique for predicting the viscosity of freon-12 and freon-22 vapours
2433/86328 Urabe, Jiichiroh 1983/03/23 Kyoto University 二重特性根をもつある種の作用素に対する浜田の定理 Hamada's Theorem for a certain type of the operators with double characteristics
2433/214308 Hanousek, Jan 2016/05/01 We analyze how efficiency of firms in the Czech Republic is affected by their size, age, competition, capital structure, ownership types, and global financial crisis. We employ the stochastic frontier approach, use a large and detailed dataset, and cover time span 2001-2012. We show that larger firms cannot be associated with better efficiency in general. Effect of their age has only negligible impact. Impact of the capital structure is shown to be strong in large and more leveraged firms. Higher competition is not contributive to efficiency neither on individual nor aggregate levels. While effects of firm characteristics are small, the effects of ownership are economically substantial. We show that majority owners are most contributive with respect to firm's efficiency when compared to other categories we analyze. Minority owners with legally grounded power are able to impose significant efficiency improvement. The effect of the foreign ownership is strongest when foreign owners control firms with less than majority of voting power. Minority owners sharing the control do not seem to contribute to efficiency. The impact of crisis is not balanced but can be regarded as negative in general. The firms' characteristics change only a little. In contrast, worsening impact of the crisis is evidenced for controlling ownership categories. Minority owners exhibit a limited disciplining effect to improve efficiency after the crisis. KIER Discussion Paper 942 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University efficiency FDI and Ownership in Czech Firms: Pre- and Post-crisis Efficiency
2433/87410 Ryu, Chanseok 2009/12/01 Airborne hyperspectral remote sensing was used to provide data for a general-purpose model for predicting the nitrogen content of rice at panicle initiation stage using three years of data. There were significant differences between the vegetation data which were affected by the uptake of nitrogen from the soil depending on weather conditions. Therefore, the reflectance values obtained for one year may exhibit a different trend, due to the lack of vegetation. When the partial least squares regression (PLSR) models were estimated using all combinations of the three-year data, except for the model incorporating the data from 2005, correlation coefficients (r) were greater than 0.758, and the root mean squared error (RMSE) of prediction of the full-cross validation was less than 0.876 g m-2. The accuracy of the 2003-2004-2005 model was determined using five latent variables (PCs), with r = 0.938 and RMSEP = 0.774 g m-2. There were two different patterns for the regression coefficients associated with the NIR or red-edge regions. When the 2003-2004 model was validated using the data from 2005, the prediction error of the PLSR model was 1.050 g m-2. This became 2.378 g m-2 for the 2003-2005 model using the data from 2004 and 5.061 g m-2 for the 2004-2005 model with the data from 2003. There were similarities and differences for each latent variable between the 2003-2004 model and the 2003-2004-2005 model. The 2003-2004-2005 model might be more suitable for use as a general-purpose model, because it is possible to consider and validate all of the three years data. 475 15375110 4 Biosystems Engineering 465 104 Elsevier Model for predicting the nitrogen content of rice at panicle initiation stage using data from airborne hyperspectral remote sensing
2433/215138 Ishii, Yosuke 2015/01/01 The transmission characteristics of ultrasonic wave impinging obliquely on composite laminates are analyzed. Incorporating the influence of thin resin-rich regions between adjacent plies by spring-type interfaces, the amplitude transmission coefficient of a unidirectional composite laminate immersed in water is calculated by the stiffness-matrix method. Using Floquet's theorem, the dispersion relation for the infinitely laminated structure is also calculated. Comparison between two results reveals that the frequency band-gaps in the dispersion relation agree well with the low-transmission frequency ranges of the finite laminated case. Comparing with the experimental transmission coefficients for an 11-ply carbon-epoxy composite laminate, the theoretical results are verified. Proceedings of the 2015 ICU International Congress on Ultrasonics, Metz, France 375 1875-3892 Physics Procedia 372 70 Elsevier Composite laminate Effects of interlayer interfacial stiffness on ultrasonic wave propagation in composite laminates at oblique incidence
2433/52492 Nakagawa, Seiichi 1989/01/01 56 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 44 23 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO A phonetic Vocoder for Very-Low-Rate Speech Coding
2433/179292 Sato, Yasuhiro 2013/01/01 We estimated phenotypic selection on the height and number of flowering-stalks in a rosette annual Cardamine hirsutaby applying path analysis to the data collected at three natural populations located in central Japan. The path from rosettesize was positively connected with the fruit production through the both height and number of flowering-stalks. In theall three populations, the paths from the number of stalks were more strongly connected with the fruit production thanfrom the height of stalks. The paths from the rosette size showed similar magnitude with the number of stalks and theheight of stalks. The direct path from rosette size to the fruit production was detected only at one site. These results suggeststronger phenotypic selection on the rosette size through the number of stalks than the height of stalks. The lateralbranching rather than increment of individual inflorescence size is the major response to control the fruit production forC. hirsuta growing in a natural habitat. 158 2287-8327 3 Journal of Ecology and Environment 151 36 Ecological Society of Korea Cardamine hirsuta Relative strength of phenotypic selection on the height and number of flowering-stalks in the rosette annual Cardamine hirsuta (Brassicaceae)
2433/199634 Mouri, Toshio 1988/01/01 Reports by Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey 31 6 Kyoto University overseas research reports of new world monkeys 23 https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/d/p/62043042.ja.html Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Intergeneric Comparison of Ceboid Cranial Measurements
2433/77648 Kawai, Shuichi 1980/03/24 Kyoto University 木材中の水分移動と乾燥応力 Moisture movement and drying stresses in wood
2433/168766 Morita, Hiroshi 1992/05/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 確率的計画法における統計的手法の研究 STUDIES ON STATISTICAL APPROACHES IN STOCHASTIC PROGRAMMING
2433/74967 Nishikawa, Yoshikazu 1962/03/23 Kyoto University 非線型振動理論 Contributions to the theory of nonlinear oscillations
2433/46944 Fujimoto, Masatomo 1970/12/20 33 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 21 40 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Physico-chemical properties of zinc and cadmium in gallium arsenide
2433/84911 Araki, Shôrô 1973/01/01 Errata slip inserted ; Bibliography: p. 100-101 Lectures in Mathematics 6 Kinokuniya Commutative rings Typical formal groups in complex cobordism and K-theory
2433/125505 Yamada, Hiroyuki 1969/10/01 61 0023-6055 2 Kyoto University Economic Review 26 39 Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University AN INTERINDUSTRIAL ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSPORTATION SECTOR
2433/56055 Yasunari, Tetsuzo 1981/09/01 ジャワ島およびその周辺地域における23年間(1951-1973)の月降水量変動を解析した結果, 変動度(variability)は, 乾期(東風卓越期)に大きく, 雨期(西風卓越期)には比較的小さいこと, 地域的には, インド洋側がジャワ海側より大きいことが明らかとなった。経年変動の時間的空間的特性を, 平年偏差値についての経験的直交函数解析を用いて調べた。その結果, 準2年周期振動(QBO)がもっとも卓越する成分(総分散の29.4%)として現われ, この振動は, ジャワ島のみならず, 少なくともスマトラ, ボルネオ, スラウェシ各島の南半部にまで拡がる地域で, ほぼ同位相を持って卓越していることが明らかとなった。乾期における大きな変動度は, このQBOが大きく寄与しており, 乾期(雨期)の伸縮, 時期的なずれ, 乾期降水量の増減を決める因子として重要なモードと推測される。第2成分(総分散の6.2%)は, 雨期最盛期(1,2月)の降水量変動を説明しており, 数年(以上)の長周期変動として現われている。空間パターンは, 島の北側平野部と南側山岳部が逆の位相で変動していることを示している。上記ふたつの卓越成分に関連した大気循環パターンを, グローバルな地上気圧資料を用いて調べた結果, 第1成分は, オーストラリア周辺から南太平洋東部域を中心とする南半球中緯度の気圧のQBOに対応したものであり, 第2成分は, 北半球冬期のモンスーン循環系(シベリア高気圧-アリューシャン低気圧)の南北方向の偏位に関連していることが確認された。これらふたつの変動モードと, いわゆる"southern oscillation"との関連についても, 若干の考察を試みた。 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 186 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 170 19 京都大学東南アジア研究センター ジャワ島周辺における月降水量の時空間変動の解析 Temporal and Spatial Variations of Monthly Rainfall in Java, Indonesia
2433/217922 Teruyama, Hiroshi 2017/01/01 This study examines the dual structure of wage formation in regular and nonregular employment sectors in Japan. By using data from a series of surveys conducted in the Tokyo metropolitan area during 2002-2014, two sectoral wage functions and an employment status determination function are estimated simultaneously. The estimated results reveal several facts regarding the new era of the Japanese dual labor market. While the wages of regular workers rise with years of tenure and external experience, those of non-regular workers increase only with the latter. The wage increases owing to experience are of a similar magnitude between employment statuses (except for female regular workers), and the firm-size and educational-background premiums exist only in the regular employees' wages. The study also shows that the slopes of regular workers' wage-tenure profiles have been rather stable for more than 10 years since the early 2000s. KIER Discussion Paper 961 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University dual labor market Wage Profiles in the Japanese Dual Labor Market
2433/75970 Sakurada, Ichiro 1963/10/10 189 0023-6071 2-4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 179 41 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Estimation of Molecular Weight Distribution of Polystyrene Standard Samples by Diffusion Method
2433/47025 Inada, Etsuko 1976/06/30 29 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 19 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The pressure and temperature effects on the Walden products of Na+, K+, Cs+ and I- in water
2433/134616 Kunitomo, Naoto 2010/10/01 Moment restriction-based econometric modelling is a broad class which includes the parametric, semiparametric and nonparametric approaches. Moments and conditional moments themselves are nonparametric quantities. If a model is specified in part up to some finite dimensional parameters, this will provide semiparametric estimates or tests. If we use the score to construct moment restrictions to estimate finite dimensional parameters, this yields maximum likelihood (ML) estimates. Semiparametric or nonparametric settings based on moment restrictions have been the main concern in the literature, and comprise the most important and interesting topics. The purpose of this special issue on "Moment Restriction-based Econometric Methods" is to highlight some areas in which novel econometric methods have contributed significantly to the analysis of moment restrictions, specifically asymptotic theory for nonparametric regression with spatial data, a control variate method for stationary processes, method of moments estimation and identifiability of semiparametric nonlinear errors-in-variables models, properties of the CUE estimator and a modification with moments, finite sample properties of alternative estimators of coefficients in a structural equation with many instruments, instrumental variable estimation in the presence of many moment conditions, estimation of conditional moment restrictions without assuming parameter identifiability in the implied unconditional moments, moment-based estimation of smooth transition regression models with endogenous variables, a consistent nonparametric test for nonlinear causality, and linear programming-based estimators in simple linear regression. KIER Discussion Paper 734 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Moment restrictions Moment Restriction-based Econometric Methods: An Overview
2433/178563 YASUHARA, Michihiro 1968/12/01 Year-to-year change of geomagnetic daily variation field during the period of 1958-1964 is investigated using the method of spherical harmonic analysis, as a supplementary work of the author's previous paper. It is clarified that coefficients of cosine-term have very good correlation with the relative sunspot numbers, both for the diurnal and semi-diurnal terms, while those of sine-term do not follow it. During this descending stage of the sunspot activity, the diurnal and semi-diurnal amplitudes decreased to 1/2.2 and 1/1.9, respectively. 8 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 1 8 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University ON THE YEAR-TO-YEAR CHANGE OF GEOMAGNETIC DAILY VARIATION FIELD
2433/148010 Kunitomo, Naoto 2011/11/01 Moment restriction-based econometric modelling is a broad class which includes the parametric, semiparametric and nonparametric approaches. Moments and conditional moments themselves are nonparametric quantities. If a model is specified in part up to some finite dimensional parameters, this will provide semiparametric estimates or tests. If we use the score to construct moment restrictions to estimate finite dimensional parameters, this yields maximum likelihood (ML) estimates. Semiparametric or nonparametric settings based on moment restrictions have been the main concern in the literature, and comprise the most important and interesting topics. The purpose of this special issue on “Moment Restriction-based Econometric Methods” is to highlight some areas in which novel econometric methods have contributed significantly to the analysis of moment restrictions, specifically asymptotic theory for nonparametric regression with spatial data, a control variate method for stationary processes, method of moments estimation and identifiability of semiparametric nonlinear errors-in-variables models, properties of the CUE estimator and a modification with moments, finite sample properties of alternative estimators of coefficients in a structural equation with many instruments, instrumental variable estimation in the presence of many moment conditions, estimation of conditional moment restrictions without assuming parameter identifiability in the implied unconditional moments, moment-based estimation of smooth transition regression models with endogenous variables, a consistent nonparametric test for nonlinear causality, and linear programming-based estimators in simple linear regression. 4 0304-4076 1 Journal of Econometrics 1 165 Elsevier B.V. Moment restrictions, Parametric, semiparametric and nonparametric methods Moment Restriction-Based Econometric Methods: An overview
2433/65623 Aishan, Wumaierjiang 2007/12/01 This paper examines the determinants of the profitability of Xinjiang's township and village enterprises. Panel and cross-sectional analyses of profit equations are conducted among collective-owned, shareholdings, and private fund township and village enterprises. Liability-asset ratio is positively related to private township and village enterprises, but negatively related to COTVEs in most cross-sectional and all panel regressions. Management ability is positively related to profitability in the estimation results of shareholding and private fund enterprises in all regressions. Wage per capita is positively related to the profitability of shareholding enterprises, but in most regressions, it is negatively related to the profitability of collective-owned and private fund enterprises. Estimation results for enterprise size are negative in most cross-sectional and panel regressions to all ownership of township and village enterprises. 223 1349-6786 2 The Kyoto economic review 211 http://joi.jlc.jst.go.jp/JST.JSTAGE/ker/76.211 76 Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University rural industrialization Analysis of the Factors of TVE's Profitability in Xinjiang District
2433/65231 Fuji, Kaoru 2000/03/01 The hybrid molecule 1 consisting of phenolphthalein and crown ether moieties can discriminate the chain length of the α,ω-diamines by color change, while 2 can not. Thus, it is suggested that two crown ether part are necessary to visualize the chain length by the color. The pink color faded at 50 °C and reappeared at 20 °C, which could repeated more than 10 times. 37 1342-0321 ICR annual report 36 6 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Chromgenic receptor Visualization of Molecular Length of α, ω-Diamines and Temperature by a Receptor Based on Phenolphthalein and Crown Ether (SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-Fine Organic Synthesis)
2433/46945 Fujimoto, Masatomo 1970/12/20 38 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 34 40 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Solubility and distribution coefficient of cadmium in gallium arsenide
2433/76860 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1980/03/31 59 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 56 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Gravitational Effect on Internal Conversion
2433/47030 1976/12/25 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Cover
2433/65672 Banda, Yoshichika 1995/03/01 19 1342-0321 ICR annual report 18 1 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effect of Lattice Strain on Ferroelectric Properties of Epitaxially Grown BaTiO3 Thin Films by Reactive Evaporation (SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY - Artificial Lattice Compounds)
2433/171693 HIRANUMA, NAOKI 2011/12/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 1772 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON UNIVALENT FUNCTIONS WITH HALF-INTEGER COEFFICIENTS (Conditions for Univalency of Functions and Applications)
2433/193671 Kim, Sanghong 2015/03/01 Input variable scaling is one of the most important steps in statistical modeling. However, it has not been actively investigated, and autoscaling is mostly used. This paper proposes two input variable scaling methods for improving the accuracy of soft sensors. One method statistically derives the input variable scaling factors; the other one uses spectroscopic data of a material whose content is estimated by the soft sensor. The proposed methods can determine the scales of the input variables based on their importance in output estimation. Thus, it can reduce the negative effects of input variables which are not related to an output variable. The effectiveness of the proposed methods was confirmed through a numerical example and industrial applications to a pharmaceutical and a distillation processes. In the industrial applications, the proposed methods improved the estimation accuracy by up to 63% compared to conventional methods such as autoscaling with input variable selection. 65 0098-1354 Computers & Chemical Engineering 59 74 Elsevier Ltd. Statistical model Input variable scaling for statistical modeling
2433/129613 McAleer, Michael 2010/08/01 The significant impact of international tourism in stimulating economic growth is especially important from a policy perspective. For this reason, the relationship between international tourism and economic growth would seem to be an interesting and topical empirical issue. The paper investigates whether tourism specialization is important for economic development in 159 countries over the period 1989-2008. The results from panel threshold regressions show a positive relationship between economic growth and tourism. Instrumental variable estimation of a threshold regression is used to quantify the contributions of tourism specialization to economic growth, while correcting for endogeneity between the regressors and error term. The significant impact of tourism specialization on economic growth in most regressions is robust to different specifications of tourism specialization, as well as to differences in real GDP measurement. However, the coefficients of the tourism specialization variables in the two regimes are significantly different, with a higher impact of tourism on economic growth found in the low regime. These findings do not change with changes in the threshold variables. The empirical results suggest that tourism growth does not always lead to substantial economic growth. KIER Discussion Paper 708 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University International tourism IV Estimation of a Panel Threshold Model of Tourism Specialization and Economic Development
2433/129278 SHRESTHA, Badri Bhakta 2009/06/01 716 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 697 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 52 京都大学防災研究所 土石流 透過型砂防ダムによる流木を伴う土石流の捕捉過程 Capturing Process of Debris Flow with Driftwood by an Open Type Check Dam
2433/64940 Wang, Fulin 2004/07/23 Kyoto University 空調システムの設計案選択法と継続的性能検証に関する研究 Design scheme decision-making and on-going commissioning for HVAC systems
2433/57264 Ishidera, Takamitsu 2008/03/24 Kyoto University diffusion 圧縮ベントナイト中の放射性核種の拡散挙動に関する研究 Study on diffusion behavior of radionuclides in compacted bentonite
2433/66320 HOSONO, Kaoru 2005/09/01 326 0013-0273 3 經濟論叢 301 176 京都大學經濟學會 Debt Overhang, Soft Budget, and Corporate Investment : Evidence from Japan
2433/74238 Goto, Rempei 1951/03/30 72 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 72 24 京都大学化学研究所 On the Study of the Electrolysis by the Schlieren Method
2433/74288 Yoshida, Toshio 1951/09/10 53 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 53 25 京都大学化学研究所 The Improved Counting Rate Meter
2433/74286 Shimizu, Sakae 1951/09/10 54 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 54 25 京都大学化学研究所 On the Scintillation Counter
2433/46565 1940/08/31 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 14 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Cover
2433/138085 Sato, Fumiaki 2009/05/01 Over the last decade, DNA microarray technology has provided a great contribution to the life sciences. The MicroArray Quality Control (MAQC) project demonstrated the way to analyze the expression microarray. Recently, microarray technology has been utilized to analyze a comprehensive microRNA expression profiling. Currently, several platforms of microRNA microarray chips are commercially available. Thus, we compared repeatability and comparability of five different microRNA microarray platforms (Agilent, Ambion, Exiqon, Invitrogen and Toray) using 309 microRNAs probes, and the Taqman microRNA system using 142 microRNA probes. This study demonstrated that microRNA microarray has high intra-platform repeatability and comparability to quantitative RT-PCR of microRNA. Among the five platforms, Agilent and Toray array showed relatively better performances than the others. However, the current lineup of commercially available microRNA microarray systems fails to show good inter-platform concordance, probably because of lack of an adequate normalization method and severe divergence in stringency of detection call criteria between different platforms. This study provided the basic information about the performance and the problems specific to the current microRNA microarray systems. 1932-6203 5 PloS one 4 Public Library of Science(PLoS) Intra-platform repeatability and inter-platform comparability of microRNA microarray technology.
2433/93568 OHNO, Toshihiko 1989/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 822 0527-2997 6 物性研究 820 51 物性研究刊行会 レーザー発振における量子カオス(基研長期研究会「カオスとその周辺」,研究会報告) Quantum Chaos in Cooperative Atoms and Resonant Radiation Systems
2433/95701 Ohnishi, Akira 1996/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 867 0527-2997 6 物性研究 867 65 物性研究刊行会 量子統計的性質をもつ分子動力学と、その重イオン反応への応用(研究会報告) Incorporation of Quantum Statistical Features in Molecular Dynamics and Its Application to Heavy-Ion Collisions
2433/60475 1996/08/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/124932 WARNER, Robert F. 1985/06/01 40 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 21 35 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Design of Concrete Structures for Fatigue Reliability
2433/195208 土屋, 貴裕 2013/10/01 235 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 229 1855 京都大学数理解析研究所 Rotation invariant $alpha$-stable process から導かれるSDEのオイラー丸山近似の収束について (確率論シンポジウム)
2433/194416 Pribitkin, Wladimir de Azevedo 2012/09/01 98 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 1806 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11F30 Some Notes on the Signs of Kloosterman Sums (Analytic Number Theory : related Multiple aspects of Arithmetic Functions)
2433/164766 Koppe, Thomas 1996/11/01 112 0286-4568 霊長類研究所年報 112 26 京都大学霊長類研究所 Growth Pattern of the Maxillary Sinus in Macaca fuscata(VI 共同利用研究 2.研究成果)
2433/26618 許斐, 直 2006/04/01 282 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 277 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49b0/a49b0p29.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 南海地震 Seismicity in East Shikoku using Unified Focus Data by J.M.A. from Oct. 1997 to Dec. 2005 四国東部の地震活動 ―気象庁による一元化震源(1997.10-2005.12)の結果―
2433/51144 Yano, Hiroyuki 2005/08/31 11 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 11 1 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Optically Transparent Composites Reinforced with Networks of Bacterial Nanofibers(RECENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES)
2433/75811 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1961/07/31 261 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 261 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Separation and Spectrophotometric Determination of Uranium by the Extraction of the Dibenzoylmethane Chelate with Butyl Acetate
2433/182558 Yamamoto, K.Masayuki 2011/09/20 11 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 11 7 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Portable X-band Doppler weather radar as a new tool for disaster prevention and water resource monitoring
2433/182588 Miyawaki, Chikara 2013/02/01 36 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 36 8 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Study of UV/Visible Raman Lidar Systems for Profiling of Water Vapor and Aerosols
2433/200913 Takigawa, Aki 2015/05/01 0067-0049 The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 218 American Astronomical Society dust, extinction EVAPORATION AND CONDENSATION KINETICS OF CORUNDUM: THE ORIGIN OF THE 13 μ m FEATURE OF OXYGEN-RICH AGB STARS
2433/74676 Otsuka, Koji 1986/03/24 Kyoto University 界面動電クロマトグラフィーに関する基礎的研究 FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES ON ELECTROKINETICK CHROMATOGRAPHY
2433/128757 Hatta, Mamiko 2009/12/01 Reck is a membrane-anchored glycoprotein identified as a transformation suppressor. Accumulating evidence indicates that Reck negatively regulates a wide spectrum of matrix metalloproteinases and is commonly down-regulated in a variety of malignant solid tumors. Physiological cues that regulate Reck expression, however, remained unknown. In this study, we found that Reck expression was up-regulated at high cell density, low serum, or after treatment with some kinase inhibitors, such as PP2 (Src inhibitor), LY294002 (PI3-kinase inhibitor), and PF573228 (FAK inhibitor), in mouse embryo fibroblasts. Curve fitting indicated that the levels of Reck protein and Reck mRNA are quadratic in the cell density. Other factors, including serum, extracellular matrix components (type I collagen and fibronectin), the kinase inhibitors, and some of their oncogenic targets (v-Src and PIK3CA mutants), modify the shape of the quadratic curve. Comparison of these modifications implicated Src in Reck down-regulation under sparse conditions, PI3-kinase in serum-induced Reck down-regulation, and FAK in Reck down-regulation at high cell density. Fibronectin and type I collagen down-regulated Reck, supporting the role of integrin-FAK signaling in Reck down-regulation at high cell density. Our study has revealed multiple signaling pathways impinging on Reck in cultured mouse embryo fibroblasts and sets a foundation for future studies to find effective Reck inducers of potential value in cancer therapy. 1893 0898-6568 12 Cellular signalling 1885 21 Elsevier Mmp2 Density- and serum-dependent regulation of the Reck tumor suppressor in mouse embryo fibroblasts.
2433/160671 Takata, Shigeru 2012/02/01 1070-6631 2 PHYSICS OF FLUIDS http://link.aip.org/link/?phf/24/029901 24 American Institute of Physics channel flow Publisher's Note: "Numerical demonstration of the reciprocity among elemental relaxation and driven-flow problems for a rarefied gas in a channel" [Phys. Fluids 24, 012003 (2012)]
2433/217905 Kunieda, Takuma 2016/01/01 We investigate the impact of domestic financial frictions on the current account dynamics in Asian countries before and after the Asian financial crisis in 1997–1998 by introducing collateral constraints into the intertemporal current account approach. We examine six Asian countries. Before the crisis, collateral constraints significantly impact the current account in Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand, but after the crisis, they do not. Our study shows that the impact of domestic financial frictions on the current account changes before and after a financial crisis.(JEL F32, F41) 651 0095-2583 1 Economic Inquiry 633 54 Wiley-Blackwell COLLATERAL CONSTRAINTS AND THE CURRENT ACCOUNT: THEORY AND EVIDENCE
2433/197246 IGUCHI, TAKAO 2011/12/01 Using a terrestrial ecosystem model (Sim-CYCLE), CO2 exchange between the biosphere and the atmosphere was simulated for the period of 1980–2000. As a result, the biosphere was totally a sink of CO2, and the phase of the interannual variation of the global annual CO2 flux from the biosphere was similar to that of the annual increase of the global atmospheric CO2. The interannual variation of the global annual CO2 flux showed high correlation with that of the annual mean ENSO index (NINO.3 monitoring index) for a time lag of 1 yr. As for the regional annual carbon fluxes, some showed high correlation with the annual mean ENSO index for a time lag of 1 yr and some without time lag. Among the regional carbon fluxes those showed high correlations with ENSO index without time lag, some showed positive correlations and some showed negative correlations, and they canceled out each other in total. These negative correlations were found in tropical regions. All the regional carbon fluxes those showed high correlations with ENSO index for a time lag of 1 yr showed positive correlations. 204 0280-6509 2 Tellus B 196 63 Co-Action Publishing Correlations between interannual variations of simulated global and regional CO2 fluxes from terrestrial ecosystems and El Niño Southern Oscillation
2433/187857 Takahashi, Nobuyoshi 2011/03/01 178 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 165 B24 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 14E18 Descending chain condition for stringy invariants (Higher Dimensional Algebraic Geometry)
2433/195247 Sobajima, Motohiro 2013/10/01 88 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 75 1856 京都大学数理解析研究所 $L^p$-theory for second-order elliptic operators with unbounded drift (New developments of the theory of evolution equations in the analysis of non-equilibria)
2433/55577 Fukui, Hayao 1969/09/01 A case study survey on yield and its components in the Central Plain of Thailand was conducted in the Saraburi-Ayutthaya area during the harvesting season of 1967. The average values of yield components of the thirty plots of this study were compared with those of other surveys done in Thailand and Malaya. Basing on these data an attempt to figure out the yield components of rice plants actually grown by farmers in southeast Asian countries was made. Simple correlation coefficients among yield components were also calculated and compared for the results of several surveys including this one. However, no general rule of correlation coefficients common for southeast Asia was found. All the yield components of the samples were presented graphically. According to the shapes of the yield component patterns of each sample on this graph, the thirty samples were grouped into six types. Their characteristics were discussed. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 190 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 177 7 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Rice Culture in the Central Plain of Thailand II : Yield Components Survey in the Saraburi-Ayutthaya Area, 1967
2433/46764 Hiraoka, Hiroyuki 1958/01/01 63 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 61 28 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Self-diffusion of methanol under pressure
2433/58631 Kohnen, Winfried 2006/08/01 56 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 1512 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fourier coefficients of modular forms(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/88271 Furutsu, K. 1971/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 B78 0525-2997 3 物性研究 B72 16 物性研究刊行会 Astatistical Theory of Wave-Propagationin Random Medium and the Power Distribution Function-Theory of Cumulants
2433/47368 Tamura, Mitsuji 2005/05/01 147 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 145 1431 京都大学数理解析研究所 Uniqueness in the Cauchy problem for systems with partial analytic coefficients (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/61414 Kohnen, Winfried 1997/06/01 139 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 137 1002 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic relations between eigenvalues and Fourier coefficients(Researches on automorphic forms and zeta functions)
2433/141060 Schinzel, Andrzej 2009/10/01 8 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 5 1665 京都大学数理解析研究所 The reduced length of a polynomial with complex or real coefficients (Analytic Number Theory and Related Areas)
2433/194607 井上, 昭彦 2012/12/01 162 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 158 1818 京都大学数理解析研究所 フィルタリングの手法の多変量への拡張とその応用 (ファイナンスの数理解析とその応用)
2433/178752 Murata, Koji 2013/09/18 The effect of thermal treatment on spruce is examined by analyzing the fracture and hygroscopic properties. Specimens were heated at temperatures within the range 120–200 °C for 1 h. Fracture energy was measured using a single-edge notched bending test and the strain-softening index was estimated by dividing the fracture energy by the maximum load. Adsorption properties were estimated using adsorption isotherms. Fiber saturation points (FSPs) were estimated by extrapolating the moisture adsorption isotherm curve. Langmuir’s adsorption coefficient and number of adsorption sites were obtained using Langmuir’s theory and the Hailwood-Horrobin theory, respectively. The fracture energy, FSPs, and specimen weights decreased at temperatures higher than 150 °C, but the critical point for the strain-softening index and the number of adsorption sites was shown to be 180 °C. We hypothesize that the fracture energy and FSP depend on the chemical structure of the cell wall, whereas the strain-softening behavior may be influenced by the number of adsorption sites, and in turn the number of hydrogen bonds in hemicellulose. 4197 1996-1944 9 Materials 4186 6 MDPI wood Effect of Thermal Treatment on Fracture Properties and Adsorption Properties of Spruce Wood
2433/207841 ICHINOBE, KUNIO 2013/04/01 94 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 81 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35C10 Summability of formal solution of Cauchy problem for some PDE with variable coefficients (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/214984 Kuroda, Masamichi 2013/01/01 162 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 162 2013 京都大学数理解析研究所 ℚ-bases of the Néron-Severi groups of certain elliptic surfaces
2433/168711 Iwasaki, Yumi 2013/01/01 There are many paddy fields and large amounts of groundwater in the Tedori River Alluvial Fan in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Water infiltration from paddy fields during irrigation may significantly contribute to groundwater recharge. Groundwater recharge is known to be one outcome of paddy farming, and in general is usually related to land use. However, a decreased area of paddy fields because of socioeconomic factors such as urbanization and increasing area of fallow fields has possibly affected the groundwater environment. Evaluation of the quantitative effect of paddy fields on groundwater is necessary for groundwater conservation. This study examined the relationship between differences in the depth of groundwater from just before the irrigation period to just after the first irrigation of paddy fields (increments of groundwater levels) in observation wells and the area of paddy fields around each well. The paddy areas within circular buffer zones, which were delineated at 0.2 km intervals between 0.2 and 2.0 km centered on each observation well, were calculated. A positive relationship was found between the rise in groundwater and the area of paddy field within different buffer zones at most wells. In addition, in the middle or upper part of the fan, the effect of changes in the area of paddy fields surrounding the well on the groundwater level rise was greater than that on the lower part of the fan. 558 1611-2490 1-4 Paddy and Water Environment 551 11 Springer Japan Groundwater recharge Relationship between increment of groundwater level at the beginning of irrigation period and paddy filed area in the Tedori River Alluvial Fan Area, Japan
2433/76825 Odani, Hisashi 1979/07/31 233 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 226 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Transport and Equilibrium Phenomena of Gases in Styrene-Butadiene Block Copolymers (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, XIV)
2433/77447 Inoue, Tadashi 1992/09/30 168 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 161 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dynamic Birefringence of Bisphenol-AP Polycarbonate (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hisashi Odani On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/192096 増田, 稔 1996/12/06 住宅のイメージ, 特に「豪華な」イメージと関連する住宅外形の特徴の数量化を行うため, まず, ここ30年余に販売された住宅の写真及びその線画によるイメージ調査を行い, その結果をうまく説明できる住宅外形の特徴量を種々考えてみた。ハウス・メーカーは, 年代とともにより「豪華な」「住みたい」イメージの住宅を販売する傾向があり, その結果, より複雑な外形の住宅を年々提案することになる。複雑な住宅ほど, 線画化された外形の交点数が多くなる傾向があり, 交点数と「豪華な」「住みたい」との関係を調べた結果, これらの間に相関係数0. 81, 0. 79と高い相関のあることが明らかとなった。また, これとは異なる数量化法として, 直方体数Bとバルコニーや出窓, ドーマーなどの大型装飾パーツ種類数Dを用いて表す方法を考え, 「豪華さ」Gの予測式として, G=0. 72B+1. 93D-3. 43 を提案した。一方, 「洋風な」イメージは直方体数B及び屋根数Rとは負の相関にあり, 「洋風な」のイメージEの予測式として次式 E=-0. 74B-0. 76R+5. 17 を提案した。 150 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 137 68 京都大学農学部附属演習林 Prediction of "Gorgeous" Image of Houses by means of Numerization of their External Forms 住宅外形の数量化による「豪華さ」のイメージ予測
2433/195537 Liptai, Kalman 2014/01/01 124 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 1874 京都大学数理解析研究所 $(a,b)$-type balancing numbers (Analytic Number Theory : Number Theory through Approximation and Asymptotics)
2433/178621 KAWAHIRA, Kooji 1972/12/01 The horizontal scale of the winter absorption anomaly of the radio waves in the Dregion is estimated by using the noon values of f_min at 25 stations during the period from December 1965 to March 1966. The analytical method is to obtain the global distribution of the isopleth of cross correlation coefficients at 24 stations to Moscow station during the period of 90 days or 120 days. The results show a qualitatively similar west- east pattern to that of the planetary waves of wave number one. 32 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 25 12 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS ON THE HORIZONTAL SCALE OF THE WINTER ABSORPTION ANOMALY
2433/77420 Isozumi, Yasuhito 1992/02/15 549 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 543 69 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Detection Efficiency of Position-Sensitive Proportional Counter for Low (100-1000 eV) and High (1-100 keV) Energy X Rays
2433/169950 Hiraumi, Harukazu 2013/02/01 [Objective]The objective of this study was to evaluate the relationship between developmental delays and speech perception in pre-lingually deafened cochlear implant recipients. [Methods]This study was a retrospective review of patient charts conducted at a tertiary referral center. Thirty-five pre-lingually deafened children underwent multichannel cochlear implantation and habilitation at the Kyoto University Hospital Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. A pre-operative cognitive–adaptive developmental quotient was evaluated using the Kyoto scale of psychological development. Post-operative speech performance was evaluated with speech perception tests two years after cochlear implantation. We computed partial correlation coefficients (controlled for age at the time of implantation and the average pre-operative aided hearing level) between the cognitive–adaptive developmental quotient and speech performance. [Results]A developmental delay in the cognitive–adaptive area was weakly correlated with speech perception (partial correlation coefficients for consonant–vowel syllables and phrases were 0.38 and 0.36, respectively). [Conclusion]A pre-operative developmental delay was only weakly associated with poor post-operative speech perception in pre-lingually deafened cochlear implant recipients. 35 0385-8146 1 Auris nasus larynx 32 40 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. Cochlear implant The effect of pre-operative developmental delays on the speech perception of children with cochlear implants.
2433/194052 LANGHI, Manoj 2012/01/01 To examine the characteristics of unsteady open channel flow, one-dimensional depth-averaged velocity deformation model is developed. The fundamental form of streamwise velocity in a power series of depth is initially assumed, and the formula for friction velocity is derived. The coefficients of the power series are later evaluated by using the unsteady equation of motion. The applicability of the model is tested using experimental data. The numerical model showed reasonably good agreement with the experimental data. A new approach to reproduce the velocity deformation in the vicinity of free surface using the comparison of velocity distribution of numerical model and uniform velocity distribution of Engelund model is also presented. Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE, Vol.56 I_72 2185-467X 4 Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering) I_67 68 Japan Society of Civil Engineers unsteady Depth-Averaged Model Including Velocity Deformation for Unsteady Open Channel Flows
2433/124887 EGASHIRA, Shinji 1980/03/01 198 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 165 29 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Studies on the Structures of Density Stratified Flows
2433/191389 KANZAKI, Koichi 1965/03/25 筆者は森林の多様性を表現するために二つの統計的方法を用いることを提案し, 実際の伐採作業の二つの場合について, その作業功程と作業地の多様性との関係を解析してみた。その二つの統計的方法とは, Component Analysis 法と Canonical Analysis 法のことである。作業地の多様な様相は, Colnponent Analysis により, 二つの例において, 全く同様な五つの統計的に独立な概念的特性の型にまとめることが出来た。その五つの概念的特性とは, 立木分布状態, 伐採木の大きさ, 樹形, 林形, 平均勾配である。そうして, これらの特性の作業功程への影響として, 次のような結果が得られた。i) 伐木作業について この伐木作業とは, 天然スギの伐倒・枝払・剥皮を一まとめにしたものであるが, この作業の実働1時間1人当り出来高が, 立木分布状態と伐採木の大きさによって影響を受けた。この実働時間当り出来高は, 立木の分布が密である程, また, 伐採木が平均的に大きい程, 多くなり, 一方, その反対の場合に少くなるという傾向があった。また, この伐木作業の実働率は, 樹形といくらかの関連があり, 樹形の良い場合, すなわち, 枝下が高く, 枝数の少いとき高率を示し, その逆の場合には低くなった。ii) 玉切作業の場合 上に述べた五つの特性は, いずれも玉切作業の実働1時間1人当り出来高に対して有意な影響が見られなかった。しかし, この実働率は, 立木分布状態及び伐採木の大きさと関連があり, 立木分布が密である程, また, 伐採木の平均的大きさが小さい程, 高率であり, その逆の場合に低くなる傾向あった。以上の結果は, いずれも京都大学芦生演習林の一部で行われた作業について出て来たものであるが, 筆者は, 上のような結果, 特に伐採地の多様性がいくつかの概念的特性によって把へられるという結果は, もっと一般的に成立しうるのではないかと考える。一方, Canonical Analysis による分析は, 森林の多様性と作業功程との関係を, もっとも数学的に簡単で, かつもっとも強い相関をもつ型で, 取り出してくれるが, 前の方法のような意味づけが困難なので, いくぶん, この例の場合, 取扱いに面倒なように思われた。 118 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 98 36 京都大学農学部附属演習林 伐採地の性格とその作業功程への影響 Some Expressions of the Variety of Forest and its Influence on the Productivity of Labor of the Felling Operation
2433/195722 Jeon, Haejun 2014/04/01 59 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 43 1886 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Effect of Reversible Investment on Credit Risk (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/188875 Tanaka, Daiki 2014/03/24 Kyoto University Numerical Analysis CIPスキームの安定性解析とその拡散光トモグラフィへの基礎研究への応用について Stability Analysis of the CIP Scheme and its Applications in Fundamental Study of the Diffused Optical Tomography
2433/57276 KHAN, Fareha Zafar 2008/03/24 Kyoto University cellulose 新規セルロース誘導体の合成、特性、および気体透過性 Synthesis, Characterization, and Gas Permeation Properties of Novel Cellulose Derivatives
2433/200678 Adachi, Shuji 2015/01/06 Many rate-related phenomena occur in food manufacturing processes. This review addresses four of them, all of which are topics that the author has studied in order to design food manufacturing processes that are favorable from the standpoint of food engineering. They include chromatographic separation through continuous separation with a simulated moving adsorber, lipid oxidation kinetics in emulsions and microencapsulated systems, kinetic analysis and extraction in subcritical water, and water migration in pasta. 531 0916-8451 4 Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry 517 79 Taylor & Francis Group chromatographic separation Engineering aspects of rate-related processes in food manufacturing.
2433/123420 LI, G 2009/01/01 A back analysis using a three-dimensional (3D) boundary element method (BEM) is used to calculate the far-field stress state from local stresses measured in situ. The far-field stresses are decomposed into tectonic and gravitational components and account for the influence of localized faulting and topography. Therefore, the far-field stresses are taken to consist of a constant term, a term that varies linearly with depth, and a hyperbolic term, with one of the principal stresses being vertical. A BEM for inhomogeneous bodies is introduced to calculate elastic gravitational stresses, which is necessary for determination of the far-field stresses. An application to the stress field determination for the Mizunami underground research laboratory (MIU) is carried out. Based upon the local stresses generally measured by conventional hydraulic fracturing (HF), the unknown stress state at MIU is estimated and compared with the measurements carried out recently by the improved HF method with flow rate measurements at the position of straddle packer. After calculating the far-field stress state by BEM back analysis, 3D-finite difference methods (FDM) forward analysis was carried to calculate the in situ stresses at certain locations. The 3D FDM results roughly coincide with the measured results. 147 1365-1609 1 International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 138 46 Elsevier Stress determination Stress field determination from local stress measurements by numerical modelling
2433/207653 Hara, Takumi 2015/12/01 A two-step global reaction scheme for the volatile matter of coal is proposed, and the unsteady coal particle and combustion behaviors in a turbulent pulverized coal jet flame are investigated by performing a direct numerical simulation (DNS) employing the proposed global reaction scheme. The two-step global reaction scheme is constructed to take into account the properties of the volatile matter such as transport coefficients, laminar flame speed and unburned gas temperature and to be applicable to various coal types, and it is validated by comparing the results with those obtained by the detailed reaction mechanism which includes 158 chemical species and 1, 804 reactions. The validity of the DNS is also assessed by comparing the results with those in the previous experiment (Hwang et al., 2005) [16], and the unsteady coal particle motions and combustion characteristics are examined in detail. The results show that the proposed two-step global reaction scheme for the volatile matter of coal can precisely predict the laminar flame speed and burned gas temperature for various coal types from bituminous to low-rank coals over wide ranges of conditions of equivalence ratios, pressures and unburned gas temperatures. In addition, it can correctly take into account the effects of dilutions by H[2]O and CO[2] which compromise the evaporated moisture from coal and products of char reaction. It is also verified that a lab-scale turbulent pulverized coal jet flame is well predicted by the DNS employing the proposed global reaction scheme. That is, the pulverized coal particles' velocity and its fluctuation and the characteristics of particle preferential motions are in general agreement with those observed in the experiment. The DNS reveals that in the turbulent pulverized coal jet flame, there appear premix and diffusion flame layers inside and outside, respectively. In addition, the reaction of the volatile matter and O[2] in coal-carrier air occurs in the inner premixed flame layer, whereas the reactions of the volatile matter and CO and O[2] in surrounding air occur in the outer diffusion flame layer. 4407 0010-2180 12 Combustion and Flame 4391 162 Elsevier Inc. Pulverized coal combustion Direct numerical simulation of a pulverized coal jet flame employing a global volatile matter reaction scheme based on detailed reaction mechanism
2433/49126 Le, Thai Hoa 2007/09/25 The unsteady buffeting forces and the gust response prediction of bridges in the atmospheric turbulent flows is recently attracted more attention due to uncertainties in both experiment and analytical theory. The correction functions such as the aerodynamic admittance function and the spatial coherence function have been supplemented to cope with limitations of the quasi-steady theory and strip one so far. Concretely, so-called single-variate quasi-steady aerodynamic admittance functions as the transfer functions between the wind turbulence and induced buffeting forces, as well as coherence of wind turbulence has been widely applied for the gust response prediction. Recent literatures, however, pointed out that the coherence of force exhibits higher than that of turbulence. These correction functions, in the other words, contain their uncertainties which are required to be more understanding. Proper orthogonal decomposition (POD), known as the Karhunen-Loeve decomposition has been applied popularly in many engineering fields. Main advantage of the POD is that the multi-variate correlated random fields/processes can be decomposed and described in such simplified way as a combination of limited number of orthogonally low-order dominant eigenvectors (or turbulent modes) which is convenient and applicable for order-reduced representation, simulation of the random fields/processes such as the turbulent fields, turbulent-induced force fields and stochastic response prediction as well. The POD and its proper transformations based on either zero-time-lag covariance matrix or cross spectral one of random fields/processes have been branched by either the covariance proper transformation (CPT) in the time domain or the spectral proper transformation (SPT) in the frequency domain. So far, the covariance matrix-based POD and its covariance proper transformation in the time domain has been used almost in the wind engineering topics due to its simplification in computation and interpretation. In this research, the unsteady buffeting forces and the gust response prediction of bridges with emphasis on the POD applications have been discussed. Investigations on the admittance function of turbulent-induced buffeting forces and the coherence one of the surface pressure as well as the spatial distribution and correlation of the unsteady pressure fields around some typically rectangular cylinders in the different unsteady flows have been carried out thanks to physical measurements in the wind tunnel. This research indicated effect of the bluff body flow and the wind-structure interaction on the higher coherence of buffeting forces than the coherence of turbulence, thus this effect should be accounted and undated for recent empirical formulae of the coherence function of the unsteady buffeting forces. Especially, the multi-variate nonlinear aerodynamic admittance function has been proposed in this research, as well as the temporo-spectral structure of the coherence functions of the wind turbulence and the buffeting forces has been firstly here using the wavelet transform-based coherence in order to detect intermittent characteristics and temporal correspondence of these coherence functions. In POD applications, three potential topics in the wind engineering field have been discussed in the research: (i) analysis and identification, modeling of unsteady pressure fields around model sections; (ii) representation and simulation of multi-variate correlated turbulent fields and (iii) stochastic response prediction of structures and bridges. Especially, both POD branches and their proper transformations in the time domain and the frequency one have been used in these applications. It found from these studies that only few low-order orthogonal dominant modes are enough accuracy for representing, modeling, simulating the correlated random fields (turbulence and unsteady surface pressure, unsteady buffeting forces), as well as predicting stochastic response of bridges in the time and frequency domains. The gust response prediction of bridges has been formulated in the time domain at the first time in this research using the covariance matrix-based POD and its covariance proper transformation which is very promising to solve the problems of the nonlinear and unsteady aerodynamics. Furthermore, the physical linkage between these low-order modes and physical causes occurring on physical models has been interpreted in some investigated cases. 学位授与大学：京都大学 ; 取得学位: 博士(工学) ; 学位授与年月日: 2007-09-25 ; 学位の種類: 新制・課程博士 ; 学位記番号: 工博第2843号 ; 請求記号: 新制/工/1418 ; 整理番号: 25528 Kyoto University Buffeting forces POD解析を用いた橋梁の変動空気力及びガスト応答に関する研究 UNSTEADY BUFFETING FORCES AND GUST RESPONSE OF BRIDGES WITH PROPER ORTHOGONAL DECOMPOSITION APPLICATIONS
2433/147054 福井, 正美 1976/01/01 Recently, the pollution of water and soil due to industrial or radioactive wastes has been discussed, and it becomes important to forecast the behavior of pollutants in environmental hydro-system, such as substratum layer near the coast of nuclear power plant site. The degree of mobility of radionuclides can be represented by the apparent diffusion coefficients in a bottom layer. So, these work presented a mathematical model with non-steady boundary condition which could determine this coefficients, and examined the validity of this model by laboratory experiments, where many long-lived radionuclides diffused into a sandy sediment. The values of apparent diffusion coefficient were approximately obtained as follows, (3-4)X10-7cm2/sec for Sr, (1-2)X10-7cm2/sec for Mn and (3-8)X10-8cm2/sec for Cd, Co and Zn. The theoretical models for Ru, Ce, Hg and Zr were not suited for description of their behavior owing to the complex sorption model. 113 0367-6110 2 保健物理 105 http://www.journalarchive.jst.go.jp/jnlpdf.php?cdjournal=jhps1966&cdvol=11&noissue=2&startpage=105&lang=ja&from=jnlabstract 11 日本保健物理学会 Studies on the Behavior of Radionuclides in a Saturated Sandy Layer (I) : Apparent Diffussion Coefficients of Ions in a Sandy Sediment 飽和砂層内における放射性核種の 挙動に関する研究(I) : 底質砂層内におけるイオンの拡散係数について
2433/207792 MIYAKE, MASATAKE 2013/03/01 151 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 137 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35C10 Two proofs for the convergence of formal solutions of singular first order nonlinear partial differential equations in complex domain (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/191263 Okui, Ryo 2014/11/01 This paper proposes the analysis of panel data whose dynamic structure is heterogeneous across individuals. Our aim is to estimate the cross-sectional distributions and/or some distributional features of the heterogeneous mean and autocovariances. We do not assume any specific model for the dynamics. Our proposed method is easy to implement. We first compute the sample mean and autocovariances for each individual and then estimate the parameter of interest based on the empirical distributions of the estimated mean and autocovariances. The asymptotic properties of the proposed estimators are investigated using double asymptotics under which both the cross-sectional sample size (N) and the length of the time series (T) tend to infinity. We prove the functional central limit theorem for the empirical process of the proposed distribution estimator. By using the functional delta method, we also derive the asymptotic distributions of the estimators for various parameters of interest. We show that the distribution estimator exhibits a bias whose order is proportional to 1/√T. Conversely, when the parameter of interest can be written as the expectation of a smooth function of the heterogeneous mean and/or autocovariances, the bias is of order 1/T and can be corrected by the jackknife method. The results of Monte Carlo simulations show that our asymptotic results are informative regarding the finitesample properties of the estimators. They also demonstrate that the proposed jackknife bias correction is successful. KIER Discussion Paper 906 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Panel data Panel Data Analysis with Heterogeneous Dynamics
2433/194832 Matumoto, Takao 2013/04/01 157 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 130 1831 京都大学数理解析研究所 Exhibition of Mathematical Methods English Translation of Sanpo-Hakki 算法発揮 (『大成算経』の数学的・歴史学的研究)
2433/179475 Xu, Peiliang 2013/08/19 Reduction can be important to aid quickly attaining the integer least squares (ILS) estimate from noisy data. We present an improved LLL algorithm with fixed complexity by extending a parallel reduction method for positive definite quadratic forms to lattice vectors. We propose the minimum angle of a reduced basis as an alternative quality measure of orthogonality, which is intuitively more appealing to measure the extent of orthogonality of a reduced basis. Although the LLL algorithm and its variants have been widely used in practice, experimental simulations were only carried out recently and limited to the quality measures of the Hermite factor, practical running behaviors and reduced Gram-Schmidt coefficients. We conduct a large scale of experiments to comprehensively evaluate and compare five reduction methods for decorrelating ILS problems, including the LLL algorithm, its variant with deep insertions and our improved LLL algorithm with fixed complexity, based on six quality measures of reduction. We use the results of the experiments to investigate the mean running behaviors of the LLL algorithm and its variants with deep insertions and the sorted QR ordering, respectively. The improved LLL algorithm with fixed complexity is shown to perform as well as the LLL algorithm with deep insertions with respect to the quality measures on length reduction but significantly better than this LLL variant with respect to the other quality measures. In particular, our algorithm is of fixed complexity, but the LLL algorithm with deep insertions could seemingly not be terminated in polynomial time of the dimension of an ILS problem. It is shown to perform much better than the other three reduction methods with respect to all the six quality measures. More than six millions of the reduced Gram-Schmidt coefficients from each of the five reduction methods clearly show that they are not uniformly distributed but depend on the reduction algorithms used. The simulation results of the reduced Gram-Schmidt coefficients have clearly shown that our improved LLL algorithm tends to produce small reduced Gram-Schmidt coefficients near zero with a larger probability and large reduced Gram-Schmidt coefficients near both ends of 0.5 and −0.5 with a smaller probability. 1687-6172 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2013 SpringerOpen Integer linear model Experimental quality evaluation of lattice basis reduction methods for decorrelating low-dimensional integer least squares problems
2433/174896 MANOJKUMAR NAMDEO LANGHI 2013/03/25 Kyoto University 土木工学 簡易モデルを用いた非定常・非一様な開水路流れの水理解析に関する研究 HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS OF UNSTEADY NON-UNIFORM OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS IN VIEW OF SIMPLIFIED MODELING
2433/160778 Katakura, Katsumi 1995/07/24 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University パーフルオロカチオン交換膜中の物質輸送とその電気化学的応用 Studies on The Mass Transfer Through Perfluorinated Cation Exchange Membranes and Their Electrochemical Applications
2433/187156 Nishio, Yoshiyuki 1982/03/23 Kyoto University 螢光の偏光特性解析による高分子固体の分子配向および配向緩和現象に関する研究 MOLECULAR ORIENTATION AND RELAXATION PHENOMENA IN POLYMER SOLIDS STUDIED BY ANALYSIS OF FLUORESCENCE POLARIZATION
2433/188626 Kim, Sanghong 2014/03/24 Kyoto University Soft-sensor 生産プロセス効率化のための統計的モデリング手法 Statistical Modeling Method for Efficiency Improvement of Industrial Processes
2433/142952 Ryu, Chanseok 2011/06/01 Airborne hyperspectral remote sensing was adapted to establish a general-purpose model for quantifying nitrogen content of rice plants at the heading stage using three years of data. There was a difference in dry mass and nitrogen concentration due to the difference in the accumulated daily radiation (ADR) and effective cumulative temperature (ECT). Because of these environmental differences, there was also a significant difference in nitrogen content among the three years. In the multiple linear regression (MLR) analysis, the accuracy (coefficient of determination: R2, root mean square of error: RMSE and relative error: RE) of two-year models was better than that of single-year models as shown by R2 ≥ 0.693, RMSE ≤ 1.405 g m−2 and RE ≤ 9.136%. The accuracy of the three-year model was R2 = 0.893, RMSE = 1.092 g m−2 and RE = 8.550% with eight variables. When each model was verified using the other data, the range of RE for two-year models was similar or increased compared with that for single-year models. In the partial least square regression (PLSR) model for the validation, the accuracy of two-year models was also better than that of single-year models as R2 ≥ 0.699, RMSE ≤ 1.611 g m−2 and RE ≤ 13.36%. The accuracy of the three-year model was R2 = 0.837, RMSE = 1.401 g m−2 and RE = 11.23% with four latent variables. When each model was verified, the range of RE for two-year models was similar or decreased compared with that for single-year models. The similarities and differences of loading weights for each latent variable depending on hyperspectral reflectance might have affected the regression coefficients and the accuracy of each prediction model. The accuracy of the single-year MLR models was better than that of the single-year PLSR models. However, accuracy of the multi-year PLSR models was better than that of the multi-year MLR models. Therefore, PLSR model might be more suitable than MLR model to predict the nitrogen contents at the heading stage using the hyperspectral reflectance because PLSR models have more sensitive than MLR models for the inhomogeneous results. Although there were differences in the environmental variables (ADR and ECT), it is possible to establish a general-purpose prediction model for nitrogen content at the heading stage using airborne hyperspectral remote sensing. 224 0378-4290 3 Field Crops Research 214 122 Elsevier B.V. Airborne hyperspectral remote sensing Multivariate analysis of nitrogen content for rice at the heading stage using reflectance of airborne hyperspectral remote sensing
2433/202634 Seko, Atsuto 2015/08/31 Interatomic potentials have been widely used in atomistic simulations such as molecular dynamics. Recently, frameworks to construct accurate interatomic potentials that combine a set of density functional theory (DFT) calculations with machine learning techniques have been proposed. One of these methods is to use compressed sensing to derive a sparse representation for the interatomic potential. This facilitates the control of the accuracy of interatomic potentials. In this study, we demonstrate the applicability of compressed sensing to deriving the interatomic potential of ten elemental metals, namely, Ag, Al, Au, Ca, Cu, Ga, In, K, Li, and Zn. For each elemental metal, the interatomic potential is obtained from DFT calculations using elastic net regression. The interatomic potentials are found to have prediction errors of less than 3.5 meV/atom, 0.03 eV/Å, and 0.15 GPa for the energy, force, and the stress tensor, respectively, which enable the accurate prediction of physical properties such as lattice constants and the phonon dispersion relationship. 1098-0121 5 Physical Review B 92 American Physical Society First-principles interatomic potentials for ten elemental metals via compressed sensing
2433/52485 Ariki, Yasuo 1990/01/01 82 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 70 24 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Effect of Time Duration and Intrinsic Features for English Phoneme Recognition
2433/76490 Ikehara, Kenji 1973/08/29 152 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 140 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Studies on the Structure of Filamentous Bacteriophage fd. 1 : Physicochemical Properties of Phage fd and its Components
2433/95291 Namiki, Mikio 1994/04/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 181 0627-2997 1 物性研究 171 62 物性研究刊行会 Transport Theory for Quark-Gluon Plasma based on an Operator Field Langevin Equation
2433/195311 TAKIGUCHI, Takashi 2013/11/01 82 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46F15 On the Structure of Hyperfunctions and Ultradistributions (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/152172 Ohkawa, Eri 2011/01/01 The temperature of materials would be raised when the materials are exposed to the sunlight. Recently, it has been experimentally confirmed that such temperature rise may be restrained when coating the materials with paint admixed with fine silica spheres. Experimental consideration of this type of paint has been conducted, but how the paint controls the temperature rise has merely been clarified theoretically. The best diameter of the silica spheres to be admixed is not well understood, either. In this study, we hypothesized that the scattering of light would be attributed to restrain the temperature rise and tried to estimate the optimum size of the silica spheres. We confirmed that our hypothesis would be justified. In the calculation of the scattering intensity, the diameter of spheres in conjunction with the wavelength of incident lights would be the predominant parameter to the scattering effects. Our results might explain that our experimentally observed phenomenon is caused by the scattering of light, i.e., electromagnetic waves. 1418 1474-7065 16 Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 1412 36 Elsevier Ltd. Scattering Suppression of insolation heating using paint admixed with silica spheres – An approach from infrared band electromagnetic scattering
2433/192985 Ohkubo, Jun 2013/09/02 Duality relations between continuous-state and discrete-state stochastic processes with continuous time have already been studied and used in various research fields. We propose extended duality relations which enable us to derive discrete-state stochastic processes from arbitrary diffusion-type partial differential equations. The derivation is based on the Doi–Peliti formalism, and it will be clarified that additional states for the discrete-state stochastic processes must be considered in some cases. 1751-8113 37 Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 46 IOP Publishing Extended duality relations between birth–death processes and partial differential equations
2433/217137 Okuchi, Sachi 2016/09/23 Kyoto University meningioma 髄膜腫の悪性度の診断：タリウムSPECTとFDG-PETとの比較研究 Grading Meningioma: A Comparative Study of Thallium-SPECT and FDG-PET
2433/71101 Ueda, Yoshisuke 1992/01/01 Includes bibliographical references 0942344146 Aerial Press The Road to Chaos (The Science Frontier Express Series) The Road to Chaos
2433/129630 McAleer, Michael 2010/09/01 This paper analyzes the responsiveness of Thai outbound tourism to East Asian destinations, namely China, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan and Korea, to changes in effective relative price of tourism, total real total tourism expenditure, and one-off events. The nonlinear and linear Almost Ideal Demand (AID) models are estimated using monthly data to identify the price competitiveness and interdependencies of tourism demand for competing destinations in both long run (static) and short run error correction (dynamic) specifications. The homogeneity and symmetry restrictions are imposed on the long run and short run AID models to estimate the elasticities. The income and price elasticities provide useful information for public and private tourism agents at the various destinations to maintain and improve price competitiveness. The empirical results show that price competitiveness is important for tourism demand for Japan, Korea and Hong Kong in the long run, and for Hong Kong and Taiwan in the short run. With regard to long run cross-price elasticities, the substitution effect can be found in the following pairs of destinations: China-Korea, Japan-Hong Kong, Taiwan-Hong Kong, Japan-Korea, and Taiwan-Korea. The complementary effect can be found in the following pairs of destinations: China-Hong Kong, China-Japan, China-Taiwan, Japan-Taiwan, and Korea-Hong Kong. Contrary to the findings obtained from the long run AID specification, Japan-Korea and Taiwan-Korea are complements in the short run. Furthermore, China's share of real total tourism expenditure is inelastic in response to a change in real total tourism expenditure, while Korea's share of real total tourism expenditure is most sensitive to changes in expenditure in the long run. The greatest impact on the share of real total tourism expenditure in the short run is tourism demand for Taiwan. KIER Discussion Paper 725 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Almost Ideal Demand (AID) model Estimating Price Effects in an Almost Ideal Demand Model of Outbound Thai Tourism to East Asia
2433/191752 Shiba, Masami 1982/11/20 傾向面分析は数値化された事象に対して, 体系的・規則的変動に起因する空間領域と非体系的偶然的変動に起因する領域とを分離する手法であり, 原理的には前者が分布数値の全域的成分を示す傾向面で, 後者が局地的成分を示す残差である。最小自乗法による傾向面への近似関数 (傾向面モデル) として, 多項式と二重フーリエ級数を取り上げ, 数値地形データに対する両関数の適合度および付随した統計的処理に基づく理論性について検討した。複雑な地表面に対する適合度は, 関数の増次に伴い漸次向上し分散分析の結果も増次の有意性が認められる (次数間の不偏分散の有意性)。同係数量を持つ多項式モデルに比べて, フーリエモデルの適合度は飛躍的に増加し, 数値地形データの様に複雑な分布に対してはフーリエモデルの方がはるかに適合しやすいととを示している。これはフーリエモデルが低次でも多項式モデルに比べて多くの係数を持っているととに基づいている。これに対して, 多項式モデルでは増次に伴う適合度の向上が認められるにもかかわらず, 不偏分散の有意性が棄却されない場合がある。このことは, 誤差尺度としての適合度検定が, 分布数値と近似値の空間的分布の一致する程度を, 必ずしも反映しないととを示している (関数による分布数値の空間構造の規定)。数値地形データに対する近似関数として, いずれを導入するかは一義的には決定されないが, 比較的単純な構造の地表面 (少なくとも低次の傾向面で等分散性が棄却される) に対しては, 多項式モデルでも充分に利用しうるし, 複雑な地表面をより詳細に近似したい時はフーリエモデルがすこぶる有効であることがわかる。この様にして得られた地形の数式モデルの有効な利用法として, 地形形状の地域間の類似性や差異に関する計量的地域区分を, クラスター分析を併用して, モデル間の変数の係数群についての距離行列の形で, 処理して分類することが可能であることがわかった。 163 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 140 54 京都大学農学部附属演習林 電算機を用いた数植地形解析による山岳地域の地形変動の計量化について (I) Quantification of Terrain Variation in Mountainous Regions based upon Numerical Map Analysis by means of Electronic Computer (II)
2433/198081 LAGARIAS, Jeffrey C. 2012/08/01 189 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 153 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Takagi function and its properties (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/198732 Koyano, Hitoshi 2014/09/02 Recently, deep drilling into the seafloor has revealed that there are vast sedimentary ecosystems of diverse microorganisms, particularly archaea, in subsurface areas. We investigated the β diversity patterns of archaeal communities in sediment layers under the seafloor and their determinants. This study was accomplished by analyzing large environmental samples of 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences and various geochemical data collected from a sediment core of 365.3 m, obtained by drilling into the seafloor off the east coast of the Shimokita Peninsula. To extract the maximum amount of information from these environmental samples, we first developed a method for measuring β diversity using sequence data by applying probability theory on a set of strings developed by two of the authors in a previous publication. We introduced an index of β diversity between sequence populations from which the sequence data were sampled. We then constructed an estimator of the β diversity index based on the sequence data and demonstrated that it converges to the β diversity index between sequence populations with probability of 1 as the number of sampled sequences increases. Next, we applied this new method to quantify β diversities between archaeal sequence populations under the seafloor and constructed a quantitative model of the estimated β diversity patterns. Nearly 90% of the variation in the archaeal β diversity was explained by a model that included as variables the differences in the abundances of chlorine, iodine, and carbon between the sediment layers. 1788 2169-8953 9 Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 1770 119 American Geophysical Union Archaeal β diversity patterns under the seafloor along geochemical gradients
2433/76602 Odani, Hisashi 1975/09/25 248 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 216 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Permeation and Diffusion of Gases in Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene Block Copolymers (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Eiji Suito on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/218011 Ohura, Tomoko 2017/01/23 Kyoto University Older people 高齢者施設におけるケア目標の設定とニーズ把握の研究：ケア提供者と入所者本人の視点 Studies of setting care goals and understanding subjective needs in aged care facilities: care providers' and residents' view
2433/73384 河井, 宏允 2008/06/01 479 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 465 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 51 京都大学防災研究所 ダブルスキン Filed Measurement of Wind Pressure on Story-High Double Skins with Open Window ダブルスキンファサードに作用する風圧力に関する実大測定について
2433/124874 MURAYAMA, Sakuro 1978/04/01 24 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 9 28 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Mechanical Model of Particulate Material Based on Markov Process
2433/76966 Odani, Hisashi 1982/03/31 27 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 12 60 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effect of Thermal History on Gas Transport in Atactic Polystyrene (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, XVII)
2433/156269 Fukumoto, Yoshihiro 2012/04/01 Enhanced echo intensity (EI) on an ultrasound image of skeletal muscle indicates changes in muscle quality, including increases in intramuscular fibrous and adipose tissues. However, it is not known whether muscle quality assessed from the EI of computer-aided gray-scale analysis of an ultrasound image is associated with the muscle strength or body composition of a subject. The objectives of this study were to investigate whether muscle quality assessed from EI measured using gray-scale analysis is associated with muscle strength independently of age or muscle thickness (MT), and to examine the relationship between muscle EI and body composition. Ninety-two healthy women with a mean age of 70.4 ± 5.5 years (range, 51-87 years) dwelling in Kyoto, Japan, participated in the study. The MT, subcutaneous fat thickness (FT), and EI of the quadriceps femoris on the right extremity were assessed from transverse ultrasound images. Knee extensor isometric strength was used as a measure of the quadriceps femoris muscle strength. EI was significantly correlated with quadriceps strength independently of age or MT, and stepwise regression analysis revealed that MT and EI were independently associated with quadriceps strength. Importantly, EI showed no significant correlations with FT, percentage of body fat (%BF), or body mass index (BMI), while FT, BMI, and %BF did not significantly influence muscle strength. These data suggest that muscle quantity (i.e., MT) and muscle quality assessed from EI measured using computer-aided gray-scale analysis independently contribute to muscle strength in middle-aged and elderly persons. 1525 1439-6327 4 European journal of applied physiology 1519 112 Springer-Verlag Ultrasound image Skeletal muscle quality assessed from echo intensity is associated with muscle strength of middle-aged and elderly persons.
2433/189559 Takemori, Sho 2014/08/01 Let $def xmlpi #1{}def mathsfbi #1{boldsymbol {mathsf {#1}}}let le =leqslant let leq =leqslant let ge =geqslant let geq =geqslant def Pr {mathit {Pr}}def Fr {mathit {Fr}}def Rey {mathit {Re}}A^{0}(Gamma _{2})$ denote the ring of scalar-valued Siegel modular forms of degree two, level $1$ and even weights. In this paper, we prove the determinant of a basis of the module of vector-valued Siegel modular forms $bigoplus _{k equiv epsilon {rm mod} {2}}A_{det ^{k}otimes mathrm{Sym}(j)}(Gamma _{2})$ over $A^{0}(Gamma _{2})$ is equal to a power of the cusp form of degree two and weight $35$ up to a constant. Here $j = 4, 6$ and $epsilon = 0, 1$. The main result in this paper was conjectured by Ibukiyama 256 1461-1570 Special Issue A LMS Journal of Computation and Mathematics 247 17 London Mathematical Society On the computation of the determinant of vector-valued Siegel modular forms
2433/89411 Harada, Yoshifumi 1977/10/20 Ultrasonic attenuation in triethylamine-water has been measured over the frequencies range 15-95MHz and temperatures 12.5-18.0℃. The experimental data have been analyzed by including the universal critical relaxation part Ψ_1(ε,ω), on the basis of Kawasaki's mode-mode coupling theory, and non-universal background relaxation part Ψ_2(ε,ω). As a result, the total sound absorption Ψ(ε,ω) can be written as the sum of three terms, Ψ(ε,ω)=Ψ_1(ε,ω)+Ψ_2(ε,ω)+σ(T), where e is a reduced temperature, ε=(T_c-T)/T_C, and σ(T) is a classical contribution. At high frequency (ω>1), the behavior of the sound absorption is quite different from the case of liquid-gas phase transition that is observed in Xe. In particular, the Kawasaki prediction, which is confirmed by the experimental results in Xe, is clearly not verified for the mixture TEA/W examined here. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 A46 0529-2997 1 物性研究 A37 29 物性研究刊行会 CRITICAL SOUND ABSORPTION IN BINARY LIQUID MIXTURE OF TRIETHYLAMINE-WATER SYSTEM
2433/73382 間瀬, 肇 2008/06/01 494 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 489 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 51 京都大学防災研究所 多層透水層 Experimental Study on Characteristics of Wave Deformation by Multi-Permeable Layer 多層透水層による波浪変形特性に関する実験的研究
2433/131810 SUZUKI, Yoshikazu 2010/09/01 Porous ceramics based on refractory double oxides are promising for the next-generation diesel particulate filter (DPF) materials. Similarly to aluminum titanate (Al2TiO5), MgTi2O5 has a pseudobrookite-type crystal structure with low thermal expansion coefficients among oxides. Since MgTi2O5 has higher stability of pseudobrookite phase than Al2TiO5, it is expected that MgTi2O5-based materials are suitable for the next-generation DPF materials. In this study, porous MgTi2O5/MgTiO3 composites have been prepared by in situ processing (viz. reactive sintering) at 1000–1200°C. Porous MgTi2O5/MgTiO3 composites with very narrow pore-size distribution at the diameter of ∼1 µm were obtained by the pyrolytic reactive sintering at 1000–1100°C. Internal pore-structure was characterized by mercury intrusion–extrusion porosimetry. 822 1882-0743 1381 Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan 819 118 The Ceramic Society of Japan MgTi2O5 Porous MgTi2O5/MgTiO3 composites with narrow pore-size distribution: in situ processing and pore structure analysis
2433/60462 HIRATA, NORIKO 1996/08/01 89 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 DIOPHANTINE APPROXIMATION ON ELLIPTIC CURVES(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/128889 Hirano, Daisuke 2010/09/01 We report on the ultrafast decay dynamics of photoluminescence (PL) in highly excited AlxGa1−xN mixed crystals under exciton resonant excitation at low temperatures. When the excitation intensity is increased, the P-band emission appears due to exciton-exciton inelastic scattering processes. The PL intensity of the P band decays rapidly, with a much shorter decay time than the radiative recombination time of the excitons. We show that the ultrafast PL decay dynamics can be understood as due to the disorder-induced diffusive propagation of photonlike exciton-polaritons in AlxGa1−xN mixed crystals. 1098-0121 11 Physical Review B 82 The American Physical Society Ultrafast decay of photoluminescence from high-density excitons in Al_{x}Ga_{1−x}N mixed crystals: Diffusive propagation of exciton-polaritons
2433/195306 UMETA, Yoko 2013/11/01 139 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 132 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34E20 A relation between instanton-type solutions of $P_J$(J=I,II,34,IV)-hierarchies with a large parameter (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/77030 Kurihara, Norio 1983/08/15 95 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 89 61 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Composition of Partition Coefficients of Polychlorinated Hydrocarbons (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yuzo Inouye on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/50277 Kyono, T 2003/06/01 334 0885-8969 2 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ENERGY CONVERSION 330 18 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Conversion of unused heat energy to electricity by means of thermoelectric generation in condenser
2433/209086 DI PROIETTO, Valentina 2013/12/01 57 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 51 B44 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11F30 Kernel of the monodromy operator for semistable curves (Algebraic Number Theory and Related Topics 2011)
2433/123382 Ito, Akihiro 2009/06/22 Practical two-dimensional high-spin organic polymers are newly designed and the electronic structures are examined on the basis of the ab initio two-dimensional unrestricted Hartree–Fock crystal orbital (UHF-CO) method. The present polymers can be oxidized up to six electrons per unit cell, and it is predicted that the three-electron and six-electron oxidations per unit cell lead to the high-spin organic polymers having superdegenerate band structures originating from the characteristic non-bonding crystal orbital patterns. 2086 0277-5387 9-10 Polyhedron 2080 28 Elsevier High-spin organic polymer Electronic structures of newly designed two-dimensional high-spin organic polymers
2433/197723 Hamada, S. 2007/04/01 This paper applies the diagonal form Fast-Multipole Method (FMM; Greengard, 1997) to the Surface-Charge-simulation Method (SCM) for voxel models. This method is used here to analyze electric field distribution induced by 50Hz magnetic fields. The SCM for voxel models treats the square surface of a voxel that has different inside and outside conductivities as a surface element of the SCM that calculates a three-dimensional Laplacian field. SCM is sometimes called the indirect-Boundary Element Method (BEM) or is considered a kind of Methods of Moment (MoM) approach. The performance of the combined FMM-SCM for voxel models approach was demonstrated by calculating the induced electric fields in a whole body model for a Japanese adult male composed of 7, 977, 906, 2x2x2mm3 voxels. International Conference on Computational Methods(ICCM 2007), International Conference Center Hiroshima Japan, 4-6 April 2007 8 1 Electric field Analysis of Electric Field Distribution Induced by 50Hz Magnetic Fields Utilizing Fast-multipole Surface-charge-simulation Method for Voxel Models
2433/203654 Kanno, Ikuo 2015/04/23 The “transXend” detector measures X-rays as electric currents and provides the energy distribution of the measured X-rays after analysis. Capabilities of material distinction, effective atomic number measurement, and low-dose exposure computed tomography (CT) with high K-edge contrast agent from the use of the transXend detector in energy-resolved CT have been demonstrated via the first-generation CT measurements. For application of the principle of the transXend detector to the third-generation CT for human subjects in future work, a method for fabrication of a two-dimensional transXend detector is proposed and demonstrated using a commercial two-dimensional detector and two kinds of strip absorbers. The energy-resolved CT is performed by placing a proposed absorber system in front of a two-dimensional detector, which is used for conventional current measurement CT. Published online: 29 Apr 2015 262 0022-3131 2 Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 258 53 Taylor & Francis Group X-ray Two-dimensional “transXend” detector for third-generation energy-resolved computed tomography
2433/217305 榎本, 剛 2016/06/01 158 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 153 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 59 京都大学防災研究所 ガウス緯度 Error Characteristic of the Fourier–Legendre Method フーリエ・ルジャンドル法の誤差特性
2433/53415 MASUDA, Minoru 1972/01/31 It is proved that the coefficients BH and Dij of the fundamental equations of the layered orthotropic shells can be calculated from the measured moduli of elasticity (E_, E_,…) and (E_, E_,…), respectively, according to the procedure shown in (3-17) and (3-18). And this is better than the calculation using the elastic constants of veneers, because the former include the effects of the adhesion and the pressing. It is very difficult to solve precisely the fundamental equations when the axes of elastic symmetry do not coincide with those of coordinates (B_<16>≠0, B_<26>≠0, D_<16>≠0 or D_<26>≠0). The authers attempted to solve them by the application of the finite difference method and succeeded in solving them with good accuracy of the approximation. The application to the layered orthotropic shells is more complicated than that to the isotropic shells, so the unique techniques were needed. The characteristics of the layered orthotropic shallow shells with roller-supported edges were made clear by this numerical analysis, that is to say, the influence of the following problems were analysed, and the results are shown in the figures and the tables; 1) the curvature, 2) the shape of the shells (H. P., Cyl., E. P.), 3) ratio of the side lengths, 4) the moduli of elasticity, 5) the direction of the elastic principal axis, 6) uniform pressure and a concentrated load. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 71 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 44 52 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Studies on the Mechanical Characteristics of the Orthotropic Plywood Shallow Shells (I) : Numerical Analysis
2433/76653 Kurata, Michio 1976/07/20 118 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 112 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermodynamic Analysis of Polymer-Mixed Solvent Systems, Part I : Osmotic Pressure and Thet a Composition of Solvent (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry XII)
2433/60587 KANEKO, Masanobu 1996/08/01 177 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 172 965 京都大学数理解析研究所 Elliptic modular function The Fourier Coefficients and the Singular Moduli of the Elliptic Modular Function $j(r)$
2433/110719 SUETANI, Hiromichi 2007/01/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 606 0727-2997 4 物性研究 604 87 物性研究刊行会 Pulse Dynamics in a Model of Coupled Excitable Fibers : A Variety of Patterns and Spatio-temporal Chaos
2433/60941 OKADA, JUN-ICHI 1997/03/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 70 983 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE EXISTENCE AND THE CONTINUATION OF HOLOMORPHIC SOLUTIONS FOR CONVOLUTION EQUATIONS IN A HALF-SPACE IN $C^n$
2433/123751 TANAKA, Torao 1964/08/25 77 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 55 14 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Study on the Relation between Local Earthquakes and Minute Ground Deformation. Part 1. On Some Statistical Results from Local Earthquakes Occurred in the Wakayama District
2433/124866 YAMAGUCHI, Masataka 1977/03/01 120 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 47 27 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Resolving Power of Wave Gauge Array Installed in Lake Biwa
2433/125431 Imagawa, Tadashi 1957/04/01 31 0023-6055 1 Kyoto University Economic Review 14 27 Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University TECHNICAL COMPLEMENTARITY IN LINEAR PROGRAMMING
2433/62409 Kim, Yong Chan 1998/09/01 52 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 47 1062 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fractional derivative INTEGRAL MEANS OF THE FRACTIONAL DERIVATIVE OF UNIVALENT FUNCTIONS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENTS (Applications of Complex Function Theory to Differential Equations)
2433/26485 キム, スンミン 2005/04/01 58 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 53 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no48/48b0/a48b0p06.pdf 48 京都大学防災研究所 実時間流出予測 Rainfall Prediction Considering Error Structure of Predicted Rainfall 予測の誤差構造を考慮した降雨予測
2433/188621 Adnan Hamid 2014/03/24 Kyoto University Colloid 直接数値シミュレーションによる球状粒子の沈降に関する研究 Direct Numerical Simulation Studies of Sedimentation of Spherical Particles
2433/195982 Wang, Ying 2015/01/23 Kyoto University Sustainable agriculture 中国雲南省の滇池南東湖岸における集約的多毛作の評価とその制御 Evaluation of intensive multiple cropping and its control in the southeast coastal area of Lake Dianchi, Yunnan Province, China
2433/75009 Ogawa, Shigeyoshi 1975/09/23 Kyoto University ランダム媒質中の波動伝搬及び関連諸問題についての研究 Studies on Wave Propagation in Random Media and the Related Subjects
2433/157107 Makino, Yoshio 1997/07/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 青果物の調整気相包装に関する研究 Studies on Modified Atmosphere Packaging of Fresh Produce
2433/157575 Iida, Yoshihisa 2012/03/26 Kyoto University 放射性廃棄物 放射性廃棄物処分安全評価のためのセレンの移行挙動に関する研究 Study on Migration Behavior of Selenium for Safety Assessment of Radioactive Waste Disposal
2433/66197 SHAHJAHAN ALI, MD. 2008/09/24 Kyoto University Hydraulics 非定常RANSモデルの改良と水工学分野での実用的適用に関する研究 MODEL REFINEMENT OF UNSTEADY RANS AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS IN THE FIELD OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
2433/207786 WAKABAYASHI, NORIKO 2013/03/01 229 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 223 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11M06 On generating functions for certain sums of multiple zeta values and a formula of S. Zlobin (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/214434 Vikman, Alexander 2016/04/18 In this report I review some of my research activities during my visit to the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyoto. In particular, during these three months, I was interested in explicitly time-dependent canonical transformations. These transformations map Hamiltonian equations into other Hamiltonian equations and are especially interesting in the context of cosmology. Indeed, there the focus is on the perturbations around time-dependent cosmological backgrounds, so that the Hamiltonian for perturbations is explicitly timedependent. Especially, the time-dependent canonical transformations are helpful for a reformulation of theories with ghosts–cosmological perturbations with the negative kinetic energies. During my stay at YITP, I have proven that one can always perform such a canonical transformation that a new description of the system does not involve ghost degrees of freedom. 5 2424-0370 Journal of Integrated Creative Studies 1 2016 京都大学未来創成学国際研究ユニット canonical transformations How to change the sign of energy? - Report on my three months visit to YITP
2433/39934 Miura, M 2003/05/01 323 0741-3106 5 IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS 321 24 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Fabrication of SiC lateral super junction diodes with multiple stacking p- and n-layers
2433/89510 Nomura, Yoshiaki 2009/01/01 A numerical method using a path-independent H-integral based on the Betti reciprocal principle was developed to analyze the stress intensity factors of an interfacial corner between anisotropic bimaterials under thermal stress. According to the theory of linear elasticity, asymptotic stress near the tip of a sharp interfacial corner is generally singular as a result of a mismatch of the materials’ elastic constants. The eigenvalues and the eigenfunctions are obtained using the Williams eigenfunction method, which depends on the materials’ properties and the geometry of an interfacial corner. The order of the singularity related to the eigenvalue is real, complex or power-logarithmic. The amplitudes of the singular stress terms can be calculated using the H-integral. The stress and displacement fields around an interfacial corner for the H-integral are obtained using finite element analysis. A proposed definition of the stress intensity factors of an interfacial corner involves a smooth expansion of the stress intensity factors of an interfacial crack between dissimilar materials. The asymptotic solutions of stress and displacement around an interfacial corner are uniquely obtained using these stress intensity factors. 235 0013-7944 2 Engineering Fracture Mechanics 221 76 Elsevier H-integral Stress intensity factor analysis at an interfacial corner between anisotropic bimaterials under thermal stress
2433/215128 Mori, Naoki 2015/01/01 The interaction of Lamb waves with an imperfect joint of plates modeled as a linear spring-type interface is analyzed by the elastodynamic finite integration technique (EFIT). For the incidence of the lowest-order symmetric (S0) mode in a low frequency range, the S0-mode transmission coefficient decreases monotonically with the frequency. Furthermore, the imperfect joint exhibits long-time oscillation at certain frequencies depending on the joint stiffnesses when subjected to the S0-mode incidence. These frequencies are in good agreement with the resonance frequencies obtained by the frequency-domain analysis. Proceedings of the 2015 ICU International Congress on Ultrasonics, Metz, France 483 1875-3892 Physics Procedia 480 70 Elsevier B.V. Lamb wave Interaction of lamb waves with an imperfect joint of plates: Reflection, transmission and resonance
2433/215508 Hattori, Masanari 2016/03/23 The content of Chapter 1 is an author produced version of a paper published in Physics of Fluids. The final publication is available at AIP via http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.3691262. The content of Chapters 2 and 4 is an author produced version of papers published in Journal of Statistical Physics. The final publications are available at Springer via http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10955-012-0512-z and http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10955-015-1364-0, respectively. Kyoto University Slip flow 一般すべり流理論とKnudsen層解析 Generalized slip-flow theory and its related Knudsen-layer analysis
2433/195308 ANDO, Kana 2013/11/01 123 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 111 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M25 Multi-point connection problem (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/195315 YOSHINO, Masafumi 2013/11/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 25 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M30 Connection problem for first integrals of nonintegrable Hamiltonian system (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/178419 KISHIMOTO, Yoshimichi 1963/07/01 71 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 63 1 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University ON OVSERVATIONS OF LOCAL EARTHQUAKES AND CRUSTAL DEFORMATION AT Wakayama
2433/148613 Kanatani, Takatsugu 2011/10/01 Electrochemical behavior of hexafluoroniobate (Nb(V)F_6[−]), heptafluorotungstate (W(VI)F_7[−]), and oxotetrafluorovanadate (V(V)OF_4[−]) anions has been investigated in N-butyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide (BMPyrTFSA) ionic liquid at 298 K by means of cyclic voltammetry and chronoamperometry. Cyclic voltammograms at a Pt electrode showed that Nb(V)F_6[−] anion is reduced to Nb(IV)F_6[2−] by a one-electron reversible reaction. Electrochemical reductions of W(VI)F_7[−] and V(V)OF_4[−] anions at a Pt electrode are quasi-reversible and irreversible reactions, respectively, according to cyclic voltammetry. The diffusion coefficients of Nb(V)F_6[−], W(VI)F_7[−] and V(V)OF_4[−] determined by chronoamperometry are 1.34 × 10[−7], 7.45 × 10[−8] and 2.49 × 10[−7] cm[2] s[−1], respectively. The Stokes radii of Nb(V)F_6[−], W(VI)F_7[−], and V(V)OF_4[−] in BMPyrTFSA have been calculated to be 0.23, 0.38, and 0.12 nm, from the diffusion coefficients and viscosities obtained. 678 0022-1139 10 Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 673 132 Elsevier B.V. Ionic liquids Electrochemical behavior of hexafluoroniobate, heptafluorotungstate, and oxotetrafluorovanadate anions in N-butyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide room temperature ionic liquid
2433/193706 Ozaki, Mitsunori 2012/08/01 A high correlation between a pulsating auroral patch and grouped chorus waves was observed on 17 April 2006 at Syowa Station in Antarctica. The spatial distribution of aurora–chorus correlation coefficients is evaluated in order to determine the source region. A pulsating patch at the highest-correlation pixel shows a one-to-one correspondence with the intensity variation of the grouped chorus waves, consisting of successive rising-tone elements with a duration and spacing of 2–3 s and 20–30 s, respectively. The generation region of the chorus waves is estimated from the latitude and longitude dependence of the equatorial electron gyrofrequencies using the IGRF geomagnetic field model. The extent of the estimated latitude and longitude is consistent with the spatial distribution of the high-correlation aurora–chorus region. The time difference between the chorus waves and the scattered electrons is also evaluated to discuss the validity of the source region. It shows that electrons reached the ionosphere sooner than the associated chorus waves by ∼1 s, consistent with the theoretical value for conjugate pulsating aurora generated at the equator. These results support the hypothesis that pulsating aurora is caused by pitch angle scattering of high-energy electrons by whistler mode chorus waves, via a cyclotron resonance at the equator. These results are the first ground-based observations of high correlations between a spatially extended aurora and chorus waves. 0148-0227 A8 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 117 American Geophysical Union Syowa Station Observed correlation between pulsating aurora and chorus waves at Syowa Station in Antarctica: A case study
2433/65318 HORII, Fumitaka 2002/03/01 29 1342-0321 ICR annual report 28 8 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dynamic Self-Assemblies of Cellulose Acetates in Polar Solvents (FUNDAMENTAL MATERIAL PROPERTIES - Molecular Dynamic Characteristics)
2433/76858 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1980/03/31 70 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 67 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electronic Wave Functions for Helium-Like Atoms
2433/59522 織田, 孝幸 1995/05/01 101 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 90 909 京都大学数理解析研究所 MATRIX COEFFICIENTS OF THE LARGE DISCRETE SERIES REPRESENTATIONS OF Sp(2 ; $\mathbb{R}$) AS HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES OF TWO VARIABLES
2433/76131 Hayashi, Soichi 1966/10/31 340 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 335 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Infrared Spectra and Molecular Configuration of Benzoic Acid (Special Issue on Physical Chemistry)
2433/61090 Nakashima, Masaharu 1997/04/01 168 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 165 990 京都大学数理解析研究所 Variable Coefficients A-stable Explicit Runge-Kutta Methods (II)
2433/94926 Sawada, Yasuji 1992/08/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 509 0527-2997 5 物性研究 504 58 物性研究刊行会 流体における時空カオス Spatio-temporal Chaos in Fluid Systems
2433/124911 TSUCHIYA, Yoshito 1982/09/01 187 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 171 32 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Long-term Changes in Beach Profiles at Ogata Coast
2433/58836 2006/10/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1523 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/50558 Yamamoto, Yutaka 2003/09/01 276 1070-9908 9 IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING LETTERS 273 10 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Optimizing FIR approximation for discrete-time IIR filters
2433/176759 RUZHANSKY, Michael 2008/11/01 189 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 177 B10 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35L30 On Strichartz estimates for hyperbolic equations with constant coefficients (Differential Equations and Exact WKB Analysis)
2433/173491 伊藤, 耕介 2013/03/01 平成24年度京都大学防災研究所一般研究集会(24K-08)「週間及び1か月予報における顕著現象の予測可能性」, 京都大学防災研究所連携研究棟大セミナー室, 2012/11/20-22 146 週間及び1か月予報における顕著現象の予測可能性 143 台風状況下における初期値と海面交換係数の同時最適化
2433/174170 BANNAI, Kenichi 2007/12/01 77 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 63 B4 京都大学数理解析研究所 Algebraic theta functions and Eisenstein-Kronecker numbers (Proceedings of the Symposium on Algebraic Number theory and Related Topics)
2433/75912 Aida, Hiroshi 1963/01/30 405 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 404 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Viscoelastic Properteis of Bentonite Pastes
2433/75914 Yanabu, Takuji 1963/01/30 404 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 403 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A¹²⁷ (d, α) Mg²⁵ Reaction at 14.7 MeV
2433/76540 Yamashita, Sukeaki 1974/07/25 62 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 58 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Measuring Projector for the Analyses of Bubble-Chamber Films (Memorial Issue Dedicated to the Late Professor Yoshiaki Uemura)
2433/171260 Nagahara, Masaaki 2011/11/01 210 978-953-307-406-1 Applications of Digital Signal Processing 193 InTech Min-Max Design of FIR Digital Filters by Semidefinite Programming
2433/193756 Tanigawa, Tetsuya 2012/10/05 We examined chromatographic retention properties of macroporous spongy monolithic columns. Detailed chromatographic evaluations showed that planar compounds were strongly retained on poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)-based monoliths, whereas sterically bulky or hydrophilic compounds were weakly retained. The comparison results with commonly used columns suggested that the specific retention abilities were a result of the differences in the polymer-chain orientation on polymer pore surface. 1266 0366-7022 10 Chemistry Letters 1265 41 Chemical Society of Japan Specific Chromatographic Retentions on Polymer Pore Surface of Macroporous Spongy Monoliths
2433/187061 Aotani, Masayasu 2013/02/01 Controversies abound regarding the choice between linear regression and the Simple View of Reading (SVR) to describe reading comprehension (R), particularly in relation to decoding (D) and linguistic comprehension (C) (Høien-Tengesdal, 2010; Savage, 2006; Savage & Wolforth, 2007). This is despite the stark qualitative difference between multiplicative SVR and additive linear regression. In this comparative study, I (1) examine the different fit criteria, validity, and merits as well as demerits of each instrument, (2) explain why they are mathematically equivalent with optimal zero-point adjustments for D and C in SVR and the inclusion of D×C in linear regression, and (3) generate simulated datasets to examine the contribution of D×C based on significance levels and effect sizes. The equivalence in (2) means that SVR with optimal zeropoint adjustments can always explain more variance in R than multiple regression with only D and C as the predictors. However, the mathematically optimal adjustments may not always make good linguistic sense. These issues are discussed algebraically followed by an illustrative numerical example. This paper concludes with a set of criteria involving the significance, effect size, nullity adjustments, and commonality analysis to assess the applicability of SVR in a given situation. 21 2185-680X 京都大学国際交流センター 論攷 1 3 京都大学国際交流センター simple view of reading <研究論文>読解モデルとしてのSimple View of Reading と重回帰分析: 乗法モデルと加法モデルの比較と互換性 The Simple View of Reading and Multiple Regression: Comparing and Compromising Multiplicative and Additive Models
2433/77597 Kapin, Valeri 1995/03/31 77 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 50 73 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Qualitative Analysis of 4-rod RFQ Resonators
2433/47497 宮地, 兵衛 2005/07/01 18 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1438 京都大学数理解析研究所 $v$-ANALOGUES OF KLESHCHEV BRANCHING COEFFICIENTS AND DECOMPOSITION NUMBERS : THE 3-RD JOINT WORK WITH JOSEPH CHUANG AND KAI-MENG TAN (Combinatorial Methods in Representation Theory and their Applications)
2433/162087 Itakura, Hidekiyo 1975/03/24 Kyoto University 非線形制御系の準最適設計法 Methods for Suboptimal Design of Nonlinear Control Systems
2433/74926 Ohta, Katsuhisa 1982/09/24 Kyoto University 二重項ラジカルおよび種々の励起状態におけるスピン相関と電子相間の理論的研究 Theoretical Studies on the Spin and Electron Correlations in Doublet Radicals and Various Excited States
2433/168943 Nishino, Kazuyoshi 1993/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University ペータ・ワイルの定理の格子ゲージ理論への応用 An Application of the Peter-Weyl Theorem to Non-Abelian Lattice Gauge Theory
2433/74889 Aihara, Shin'ichi 1980/07/23 Kyoto University 確率システムの制御問題に関する研究 Studies on Control Problems for Stochastic Systems
2433/74665 Ohno, Shuichi 1995/03/23 Kyoto University 周期定常過程の信号処理に関する研究 STUDIES ON SIGNAL PROCESSING OF CYCLOSTATIONARY PROCESSES
2433/68907 Ueda, Yoshisuke 1965/06/22 Kyoto University 非線形振動理論における若干の問題 Some Problems in the Theory of Nonlinear Oscillations
2433/74896 Nogi, Tatsuo 1972/01/24 Kyoto University 双曲型方程式の差分解法 Difference Methods for Hyperbolic Equations
2433/192978 Takeuchi, Yuto 1998/03/23 Kyoto University 高速増殖炉受動的安全性に関わる対流熱伝達の基礎研究 BASIC STUDIES OF CONVECTION HEAT TRANSFER RELATED TO PASSIVE SAFETY OF FAST BREEDER REACTORS
2433/207840 KATAOKA, KIYOOMI 2013/04/01 117 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 95 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 51F99 The non-integrability of some system of fifth-order partial differential equations describing surfaces containing 6 families of circles (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/209054 MIZUTANI, Haruya 2013/08/01 49 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 33 B42 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35Q41 Remarks on Strichartz estimates for Schrodinger equations on manifolds with ends (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/134800 Uchida, Yukihiro 2011/03/01 We generalize the division polynomials of elliptic curves to hyperelliptic Jacobians over the complex numbers. We construct them by using the hyperelliptic sigma function. Using the division polynomial, we describe a condition that a point on the Jacobian is a torsion point. We prove several properties of the division polynomials such as determinantal expressions and recurrence formulas. We also study relations among the sigma function, the division polynomials, and the canonical local height functions. 308 0025-2611 3-4 manuscripta mathematica 273 134 Springer-Verlag. Division polynomials and canonical local heights on hyperelliptic Jacobians
2433/126690 Horiguchi, Mitsuaki 2010/07/01 Turbulence structures of high Reynolds number flow in the near-neutral atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) are investigated based on observations at Shionomisaki and Shigaraki, Japan. A Doppler sodar measured the vertical profiles of winds in the ABL. Using the integral wavelet transform for the time series of surface wind data, the pattern of a descending high-speed structure with large vertical extent (from the surface to more than 200-m level) is depicted from the Doppler sodar data. Essentially this structure is a specific type of coherent structure that has been previously shown in experiments on turbulent boundary-layer flows. Large-scale high-speed structures in the ABL are extracted using a long time scale (240 s) for the wavelet transform. The non-dimensional interval of time between structures is evaluated as 3.0–6.2 in most cases. These structures make a large contribution to downward momentum transfer in the surface layer. Quadrant analyses of the turbulent motion measured by the sonic anemometer (20-m height) suggest that the sweep motion (high-speed downward motion) plays a substantial role in the downward momentum transfer. In general, the contribution of sweep motions to the momentum flux is nearly equal to that of ejection motions (low-speed upward motions). This contribution of sweep motions is related to the large-scale high-speed structures. 44 0006-8314 1 Boundary-Layer Meteorology 25 136 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. Atmospheric boundary layer Observations of Coherent Turbulence Structures in the Near-Neutral Atmospheric Boundary Layer
2433/53736 Higgins, Matthew 2002/12/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 302 0563-8682 3 東南アジア研究 268 40 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Explaining Inequality the World Round: Cohort Size, Kuznets Curves, and Openness(Population and Globalization)
2433/74239 Mine, Masao 1951/03/30 72 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 71 24 京都大学化学研究所 Determination of the Density Change of Glass by the Sink-Float Method. (III) : Density Characteristics of Rods of Glass
2433/74289 Uemura, Yoshiaki 1951/09/10 53 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 52 25 京都大学化学研究所 On Some Properties of 2π-type G-M Counter. (III)
2433/74372 Kimura, Kiichi 1952/02/25 52 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 51 27 京都大学化学研究所 Measurement of Ionic Mobility Using an Alpha-Ray Counter
2433/62415 1998/09/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1062 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/52484 Kitazawa, Shigeyoshi 1990/01/01 69 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 61 24 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Application of Digital Signal Processor for the Nucleus 22 Channel Cochlear Implant System
2433/46763 Hiraoka, Hiroyuki 1958/01/01 60 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 52 28 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Self-diffusion of benzene and diffusions of sulfur and iodine in benzene under pressure
2433/76564 1974/09/13 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 辻和一郎教授略歴 Emeritus Professor Waichiro Tsuji, Cover & Contents
2433/76489 Takahashi, Sho 1973/08/29 162 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 153 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermally Induced Denaturation of Intramolecularly Cross-linked Bovine RNase A
2433/65543 2007/03/01 13 1342-0321 ICR annual report 12 13 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Chemistry of Polymer Materials
2433/65411 2004/03/01 9 1342-0321 ICR annual report 8 10 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Solutions and Interfaces
2433/42977 2003/04/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1315 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次
2433/65134 1998/03/01 82 1342-0321 ICR annual report 81 4 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University THESES
2433/76884 Doe, Hidekazu 1980/08/10 163 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 154 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Influence of Solvents on the Stability Constants of Some Divalent Cation Compounds. Zinc Chlorides in Methanol-Nitromethane, Methanol-Water and Ethylene Glycol (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tsunenobu Shigematsu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76679 Kumagai, Tetsu 1976/12/25 329 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 320 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Cadmium with Aragonite
2433/46516 Kubokawa, Masao 1937/12/25 219 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 217 11 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan A note on "the decomposition of methane on the surface of platinum"
2433/25299 2004/04/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1363 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次
2433/59529 1995/05/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 909 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/140038 Dhompongsa, S. 2008/09/01 194 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 186 1611 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46B20 On some constants in Banach spaces and uniform normal structure (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/89117 Hamano, katsumi 1976/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 B4 0525-2997 6 物性研究 B3 25 物性研究刊行会 1)Critical Behaviors Near the Antiferroelectric Phase Transition Temperature of NaNO_2
2433/26532 堀口, 光章 2005/04/01 521 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 515 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no48/48b0/a48b0p53.pdf 48 京都大学防災研究所 大気境界層 Structures of Turbulence in Nearly Neutral Planetary Boundary Layer-Observations at Shionomisaki and Shigaraki- 中立に近い安定度における大気境界層乱流の構造 : 潮岬と信楽における観測
2433/74373 Uemura, Yoshiaki 1952/02/25 51 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 50 27 京都大学化学研究所 Measurement of the Coefficient of Friction by the Photo-elastic Method (II)
2433/74466 Goto, Rempei 1952/09/30 34 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 32 30 京都大学化学研究所 Theory of Limit of Inflammability (III) : Upper Limit
2433/74467 Goto, Rempei 1952/09/30 32 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 31 30 京都大学化学研究所 Theory of Limit of Inflammability (II) : Lower Limit
2433/95803 Kurosaki, Satoru 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 477 0527-2997 3 物性研究 476 66 物性研究刊行会 BIFURCATIONS OF PERIODIC ORBITS IN THE HAMILTONIAN SYSTEM WITH THREEFOLD SYMMETRY(Session II : Chaos, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95779 Miyazaki, Kunimasa 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 547 0527-2997 3 物性研究 546 66 物性研究刊行会 BROWNIAN MOTION OF A SPHERE IN SLOW SHEAR FLOW(Session III : Complex Fluids, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/110230 Kudo, Kazue 2005/06/20 次近接相互作用を含む量子XXZスピン鎖の準位統計とエネルギー拡散について議論する。扱う模型は、フラストレーションのある、有限なスピン1/2のXXZ鎖である。非可積分の模型なので、準位統計はGOEを示す。この模型に振動磁場を印加した場合のエネルギー拡散を調べると、拡散定数が磁場の大きさと振動数に関してベキ乗則に従うことが分かる。そのベキ指数は、線形応答領域と非摂動領域では異なる。また、それらの領域の幅は、フラストレーションの強さに依存する。 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 422 0727-2997 3 物性研究 419 84 物性研究刊行会 量子XXZスピン鎖の準位統計とエネルギー拡散(量子系およびマクロ系におけるカオスと非線形動力学,研究会報告) Level statistics and energy diffusion of XXZ spin chains(2) Equilibrium and nonequilibrium statistical mechanics in systems showing chaos and quantum chaos, Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics in Quantum-Mechanical and Macroscopic Systems)
2433/96524 Marcq, Philippe 1999/01/20 高レイノルズ数の乱流ジェットの実験データを加法的連続的確率過程として解析する。通常の時間変数のかわりにスケール変数を用い、エネルギー散逸場の分布関数のスケール依存性が線形ランジュバン方程式によってよく記述されることを示す。この時、ノイズはマルコフ的で非ガウス的特徴を持つ。さらに、実験データとよく一致するエネルギー散逸の分散のスケール依存性が得られる。 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 671 0727-2997 4 物性研究 670 71 物性研究刊行会 Fully-developed turbulence : a Langevin description of the energy cascade
2433/96329 Barzykin, A. V. 1998/04/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 61 0727-2997 1 物性研究 60 70 物性研究刊行会 Reaction Kinetics in Micelles(International Workshop on Amphiphilic Systems)
2433/80803 鬼塚, 政一 2007/04/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 1547 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global asymptotic stability for half-linear differential equations with bounded coefficients(Functional Equations Based upon Phenomena) Global asymptotic stability for half-linear differential equations with bounded coefficients(Functional Equations Based upon Phenomena)
2433/60469 EGAMI, Shigeki 1996/08/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 43 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 A note on the multiple elliptic Dedekind sum(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/129405 ALAM, Md. Mahmudul 2010/06/01 226 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 219 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 53 京都大学防災研究所 時系列 火山噴火と大地震の関係 : 日本とインドネシアの比較研究 Relationship Between Major Eruptions and Large Earthquakes: A Comparative Study Between Japan and Indonesia
2433/187913 2011/08/01 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu B28 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次 Cover & Contents
2433/196120 山上, 路生 2014/06/01 447 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 441 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 57 京都大学防災研究所 流体力 Fundamental Study on Hydrodynamic Forces of Underwater Drifting Object : Pitch Stability of Horizontal Circular Plate 水中漂流物体に作用する流体力特性 : 水平円板の縦揺安定について
2433/196122 KO, Dongwoo 2014/06/01 431 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 425 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 57 京都大学防災研究所 Underground storage system Experimental Study on the Discharge Coefficient for Side Weir with Pressurized Flow in Circular Channel
2433/195319 2013/11/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/195307 KAMIMOTO, Shingo 2013/11/01 131 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M60 On the exact WKB analysis of singularly perturbed ordinary differential equations at an irregular singular point (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/195312 OKA, Yasuyuki 2013/11/01 70 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 62 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46F05 Existence of the solutions of Lewy equation as the tempered ultrahyperfunctions (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/172583 2012/01/01 41 1342-0321 ICR annual report 40 19 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecular Aggregation Analysis
2433/174279 Inoue, Junko 2008/04/01 185 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 177 B7 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 22E27 可解Lie群の既約表現におけるある$C^{\infty}$-ベクトルの特徴付けについて (Representation Theory and Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces) Characterization of certain spaces of $C^{\infty}$-vectors of irreducible representations of solvable Lie groups (Representation Theory and Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces)
2433/178649 SAKAI, Akio 1974/12/01 The problem of the creation of the fractures system in the continua is discussed by the method of geometry. The concept of manifolds plays an important role for formulating the problems of general deformations including fractures. The stochastic nature of the fracturing is equivalent to the variety of the coordinate systems. The conditions for the field equation are searched from two viewpoints, i.e., the St. Venant's compatibility conditions and the dislocation density. We find that these are concerned with conditions for integrability according to Poincare's lemma of differential forms. 28 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 21 14 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University GEOMETRICAL CONDITIONS FOR DEFORMATION AND FRACTURE RELATED TO THE EARTHQUAKES (1)
2433/76945 Nishikawa, Tomozo 1981/09/01 190 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 184 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Diffusional Creep of Polycrystalline Mn-Zn Ferrite (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Megumi Tashiro on the Occation of his Retirement)
2433/46988 Date, Kaoru 1974/01/31 70 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 63 43 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the p-v-t relations of fluids at high pressure III : the compressibilities of argon-ammonia and nitrogen-ammonia gaseous mixture systems
2433/91215 KITAHARA, Kazuo 1984/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 533 0527-2997 6 物性研究 529 41 物性研究刊行会 A note on Description of Hydrodyanmic Fluctuation by a Master Equation
2433/75917 Yamashita, Sukeaki 1963/01/30 402 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 402 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Angular Distributions of Alpha-Particles from F¹, Al²⁷ and P³¹ bombarded with Protons
2433/75652 Tsuji, Waichiro 1958/07/31 107 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 106 36 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Studies on the Coefficient of Kinetic Friction of Fiber
2433/75653 Takezaki, Yosimasa 1958/07/31 105 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 105 36 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synthesis of Acetic Acid from Met h anol and Carbon Monoxide under High Pressure
2433/75812 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1961/07/31 261 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 260 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Spectrophotometric Method for Determination of Iron with Dibenzoylmethane
2433/77326 Uyeda, Tadashi 1990/03/30 10 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1 68 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Sorption and Transport of Water Vapor in an Injection-molded Nylon 6, 6 Sheet
2433/76982 Fukunaga, Kiyoji 1982/08/31 164 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 156 60 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Four Particle Model For Three Body Breakup Reaction (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Takuji Yanabu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/182148 Nishimoto, Eriko 2009/09/10 42 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 42 5 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Zonally asymmetric temperature structure around the tropical tropopause and its relationship to deep convection in monsoon regions
2433/153134 2004/12/01 52 1348-317X 低温物質科学研究センター誌 : LTMセンター誌 51 5 低温物質科学研究センター LTM Center Seminars 低温物質科学研究センターセミナー報告
2433/214451 Mihara, Tomoko 2016/03/01 Environmental genomics can describe all forms of organisms—cellular and viral—present in a community. The analysis of such eco-systems biology data relies heavily on reference databases, e.g., taxonomy or gene function databases. Reference databases of symbiosis sensu lato, although essential for the analysis of organism interaction networks, are lacking. By mining existing databases and literature, we here provide a comprehensive and manually curated database of taxonomic links between viruses and their cellular hosts. 1999-4915 3 Viruses 8 MDPI AG indicator Linking virus genomes with host taxonomy
2433/214989 Jiang, Chen 2013/01/01 157 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 157 2013 京都大学数理解析研究所 Weak BAB conjecture for log del Pezzo surfaces and Mori fiber spaces
2433/216472 吉田, 創志 2016/03/01 Social grooming is thought to serve both hygienic and social functions among Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). I performed a field study on a provisioned troop of Japanese macaques in Arashiyama, Kyoto, in order to understand the significance of the hygienic function of grooming. I divided grooming into two distinct actions, “searching” and “removing, ” and recorded the occurrence of each. I defined the ratio of occurrence of removing to that of searching as the grooming success rate. I found that the success rate in a given day tends to decrease, albeit not significantly; however, the success rate during each bout of grooming decreases significantly. There was a tendency for the success rate to come down when a grooming bout ended spontaneously. The results suggest that Japanese macaques try to remove parasites effectively. Therefore, I was able to verify the practicality of the hygienic function of grooming. 理学 人類進化論 93 ELCAS Journal 91 1 京都大学学際融合教育研究推進センター高大接続科学教育ユニット Japanese macaque The hygienic function of social grooming for a provisioned Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata): Focusing on changing of grooming success rate <論文・報告>ニホンザル(Macaca fuscata)餌付け群におけるグルーミングの衛生的機能：グルーミング成功率の変化に注目して
2433/156041 Matsuo, Miyuki 2010/04/01 This paper deals with the kinetics of the color properties of hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa Endl.) wood. Specimens cut from the wood were heated at 90-180°C as accelerated aging treatment. The specimens completely dried and heated in the presence of oxygen allowed us to evaluate the effects of thermal oxidation on wood color change. Color properties measured by a spectrophotometer showed similar behavior irrespective of the treatment temperature with each time scale. Kinetic analysis using the time-temperature superposition principle, which uses the whole data set, was successfully applied to the color changes. The calculated values of the apparent activation energy in terms of L*, a*, b*, and ΔE*ab were 117, 95, 114, and 113 kJ/mol, respectively, which are similar to the values of the literature obtained for other properties such as the physical and mechanical properties of wood. 52 0947-8396 1 Applied Physics A 47 99 Springer-Verlag Color changes in wood during heating: kinetic analysis by applying a time-temperature superposition method
2433/173724 Amemiya, Naoyuki 2013/02/01 A project to develop the fundamental technologies for accelerator magnets using coated conductors is in progress. A coil-dominated magnet and an iron-dominated magnet were designed, based on the conceptual design of spiral sector fixed field alternating gradient accelerator for carbon cancer therapy and that for accelerator-driven subcritical reactor, respectively. The required winding technologies were clarified through designing the magnets. The R&D of winding technologies for coils with three-dimensional shape and those with negative bend have been carried out. The influence of the magnetization of coated conductors on the field quality of magnets was studied experimentally. 1051-8223 3 IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 23 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Accelerator magnets Progress of Research and Development of Fundamental Technologies for Accelerator Magnets Using Coated Conductors
2433/174349 Sudo, Masato 2013/05/01 A simplified domain structure model (SDSM) is developed as a building block with which to construct a physical macroscopic magnetization model exhibiting pinning-type hysteresis. The pinning field is represented by a stop hysteron. The proposed SDSM represents the vector magnetic property of a silicon steel sheet qualitatively. A preliminary analysis of the magnetization process described by the assembled SDSMs is reported, where the local demagnetizing field reduces the coercive force. 1832 0018-9464 5 IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 1829 49 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Demagnetizing field A Simplified Domain Structure Model Exhibiting the Pinning Field
2433/215141 Kobayakawa, Murino 2015/01/01 The saltation of fine particles on an obliquely oscillating plate was simulated using a mass-point model that considered the gravity, fluid resistance, restitution, and friction. To examine the effects of the restitution and fluid resistance on the horizontal transport velocity, the two-dimensional movements of three particles with different coefficients of restitution and diameters were calculated. The results showed that a particle with a higher restitution and smaller diameter had a smaller transport velocity. This can be explained as follows. A particle with a higher restitution bounces forward and backward repeatedly, whereas a particle with a lower restitution only bounces forward, because the higher bounce height increases the impulse exerted on the particle during a collision, which induces a drastic change in the horizontal velocity from the collision. The horizontal velocity of a smaller particle is decreased by the drag force during its flight between successive collisions. New Paradigm of Particle Science and Technology Proceedings of The 7th World Congress on Particle Technology 697 1877-7058 Procedia Engineering 692 102 Elsevier Ltd. oblique oscillation Saltation of fine particles on obliquely oscillating plate
2433/75492 Hirai, Nishio 1955/01/31 37 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 21 33 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Gel-Elasticity of High Polymers
2433/128840 Gomez, Randy 2010/09/01 Automatic speech recognition (ASR) in reverberant environments is a challenging task. Most dereverberation techniques address this problem through signal processing and enhances the reverberant waveform independent from the speech recognizer. In this paper, we propose a novel scheme to perform dereverberation in relation with the likelihood of the back-end ASR system. Our proposed approach effectively selects the dereverberation parameters, in the form of multiband scale factors, so that they improve the likelihood of the acoustic model. Then, the acoustic model is retrained using the optimal parameters. During the recognition phase, we implement additional optimization of the parameters. By using Gaussian mixture model (GMM), the process for selecting the scale factors become efficient. Moreover, we remove the dependency of the adopted dereverberation technique on the room impulse response (RIR) measurement, by using an artificial RIR generator and selecting based on the acoustic likelihood. Experimental results show significant improvement in recognition performance with the proposed method over the conventional approach. 1716 1558-7916 7 IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 1708 18 IEEE Robust Speech Recognition Based on Dereverberation Parameter Optimization Using Acoustic Model Likelihood
2433/73254 KAJINO, Mizuo 2007/04/01 176 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. C 165 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 50 京都大学防災研究所 酸性沈着 アジア域における間接的酸性化効果 : 硫酸によりエアロゾル相から追い出された硝酸ガスによる沈着の促進 Observational Indications of Indirect Acidification in Asia: Enhanced Deposition of Nitric Acid Gas Expelled from the Aerosol Phase by Sulfate
2433/207787 TAKEI, YOSHITSUGU 2013/03/01 222 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 211 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M60 On the role of the degenerate third Painleve equation of type $(D8)$ in the exact WKB analysis (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/216095 Murakami, Yoshiki 2015/11/05 Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (ICC) and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) are liver originated malignant tumors. Of the two, ICC has the worse prognosis because it has no reliable diagnostic markers and its carcinogenic mechanism is not fully understood. The aim of this study was to integrate metabolomics and transcriptomics datasets to identify variances if any in the carcinogenic mechanism of ICC and HCC. Ten ICC and 6 HCC who were resected surgically, were enrolled. miRNA and mRNA expression analysis were performed by microarray on ICC and HCC and their corresponding non-tumor tissues (ICC-NT and HCC-NT). Compound analysis was performed using capillary electrophoresis time-of-flight mass spectrometry (CE-TOFMS). Principle component analysis (PCA) revealed that among the four sample groups (ICC, ICC-NT, HCC, and HCC-NT) there were 14 compounds, 62 mRNAs and 17 miRNAs with two distinct patterns: tumor and non-tumor, and ICC and non-ICC. We accurately (84. 38%) distinguished ICC by the distinct pattern of its compounds. Pathway analysis using transcriptome and metabolome showed that several pathways varied between tumor and non-tumor samples. Based on the results of the PCA, we believe that ICC and HCC have different carcinogenic mechanism therefore knowing the specific profile of genes and compounds can be useful in diagnosing ICC. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 5 Nature Publishing Group Comprehensive analysis of transcriptome and metabolome analysis in Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma and Hepatocellular Carcinoma
2433/162901 Watanabe, Kohei 2012/09/01 [Aim]: The purpose of the present study is to investigate spatial surface electromyography (SEMG) potential distribution pattern in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients. [Methods]: Nine T2DM patients and nine age-matched healthy men (CON) performed a sustained isometric knee extension at 10% of maximal voluntary contraction for 120 s. Multi-channel SEMG was recorded from the vastus lateralis muscle by means of 64 electrodes. To characterize spatial SEMG potential distribution pattern, modified entropy and correlation coefficients between same electrode locations were calculated at 15, 60 and 120 s for the root mean square values. [Results]: At 60 and 120 s, modified entropy in T2DM was significantly lower than those in CON (p < 0.05). Correlation coefficients for T2DM were significantly higher than those for CON at 60 and 120 s (p < 0.05). [Conclusion]: From these results, we suggested that T2DM patients continue to recruit limited and same motor units during the sustained contraction at low force level. 473 0168-8227 3 Diabetes research and clinical practice 468 97 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. Type 2 diabetes mellitus Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients manifest characteristic spatial EMG potential distribution pattern during sustained isometric contraction.
2433/199876 Seemala, Gopi K. 2014/04/01 A new three-dimensional GPS ionospheric tomography technique is developed that uses total electron content (TEC) data from the dense Global Position System (GPS) receiver network, GPS Earth Observation Network (GEONET) in Japan, and it will not require an ionospheric model as the initial guess that will bias the reconstruction of electron density. The GEONET is operated by Geospatial Information Authority of Japan and consists of more than 1200 receivers; this high density and wide coverage helps to reconstruct the electron density distribution in the ionosphere with high spatial resolution. This tomography technique uses a constrained least squares fit to reconstruct the three-dimensional electron density distributions. This method is different to most other techniques as they require a background ionospheric model as an initial guess that could bias the reconstructed electron density. It rather uses a prior condition that the electron density should not exceed a certain value that is determined by the restrain parameter, which is derived from the NeQuick model. Its independency of the initial guess from a model will make it useful even in disturbed conditions. This paper presents results that are obtained by using this new tomographic technique. The reconstruction of three-dimensional ionospheric tomograms is demonstrated using the GPS data, and the reliability and robustness are checked with simulated tomograms obtained using the synthetic GPS-TEC data produced using NeQuick model. 3052 0148-0227 4 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 3044 119 American Geophysical Union Three-dimensional GPS ionospheric tomography over Japan using constrained least squares
2433/24831 Morimune, Kimio 2004/01/01 Dickey and Fuller proposed tests for the unit root hypotheses in a uni-variate time series. Perron (1989) extended the t-ratio type unit-root tests so that they allow for a break in the deterministic trend and/or in the intercept term. In practice, it seems not easy to specify the break point correctly. Zivot and Andrews (1992) proposed a test in which the break point is estimated by repeated calculations. Morimune and Nakagawa (1999) studied the effect of a misspecified break point on the Perron tests, and the accuracy of the asymptotic expression is examined under various specifications of the error. This paper proposes to set an interval that possibly covers a break point in the Perron tests. The χ2 type test statistic which is termed Ψ and defined by the equation (9) is calculated for all possible sub-intervals, and the mean of all Ψ values is used as a test statistic. The critical values of the mean-Ψ test are calculated by simulation. 55 1349-6778 1 The Kyoto Economic Review 41 http://joi.jlc.jst.go.jp/JST.JSTAGE/ker/73.41 73 Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University unit-root test The Discontinuous Trend Unit Root Test with a Break Interval
2433/129617 McAleer, Michael 2010/08/01 Tourism is a major source of service receipts. The two leading tourism countries for Taiwan are Japan and USA. Daily data from 1/1/1990 to 31/12/2008 are used to model tourist arrivals from the world, USA and Japan to Taiwan, as well as their associated volatility. Inclusion of the exchange rate allows approximate daily price effects to be captured. The Heterogeneous Autoregressive (HAR) model is used to approximate long memory properties in daily exchange rates and international tourist arrivals, test whether alternative short and long run estimates of conditional volatility are sensitive to the approximate long memory in the conditional mean, examine asymmetry and leverage in volatility, and examine the effects of temporal and spatial aggregation. Asymmetry (though not leverage) is found for several alternative HAR models. For policy purposes, the empirical results suggest that an arbitrary choice of data frequency or spatial aggregation will not lead to robust findings. KIER Discussion Paper 712 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University International tourist arrivals Aggregation, Heterogeneous Autoregression and Volatility of Daily International Tourist Arrivals and Exchange Rates
2433/123770 1965/03/25 66 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 1 14 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Abstracts of papers published in 1964
2433/195182 Uechi, Lisa 2013/10/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1853 京都大学数理解析研究所 非線形競合現象における保存則と安定性 : システムの外部摂動からの回復現象 Conservation law and Stability in Competitive Systems : Restoration phenomena from external perturbation (Theory of Biomathematics and Its Applications IX)
2433/78100 Itakura, Shuji 2000/01/24 Kyoto University 下等シロアリ、イエシロアリ、(等翅目: ミゾガシラシロアリ科)の木材中のセルロース代謝 Metabolism of Cellulose in Wood in the Lower Termite Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki(Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae)
2433/123488 Kim, Sunmin 2006/09/25 Kyoto University 気象レーダーと分布型流出モデルを用いた確率的実時間洪水予測 Stochastic Real-Time Flood Forecasting Using Weather Radar and a Distributed Hydrologic Model
2433/215759 Hiraoka, Daiki 2016/06/16 Many studies have explored risk factors for child maltreatment, but little research has focused on situational risk factors such as cognitive load, which involves within-individual fluctuation. The current study sought to determine whether cognitive load led to within-individual changes in intention in response to infant crying. The study also sought to ascertain whether state empathy, empathic concern (EC), and personal distress mediated or moderated this relationship. Sixty-six participants completed a memory task (remembering meaningless, two- or eight-letter, English alphabet string), during which they were required to keep these letters in mind while hearing infant crying (or a tone). Subsequently, participants rated questions concerning state empathy and intention in response to the crying (i.e., intentions involving caregiving, neglect, or physical abuse). Results showed that cognitive load reduced caregiving intention and increased intention to perpetrate neglect. In addition, EC mediated the relationship between cognitive load and intention to provide care or perpetrate neglect. Moreover, cognitive load interacted with state empathy to predict intention to provide care or perpetrate neglect. These findings highlighted the importance of focusing on situational cognitive risk factors for child maltreatment and elucidated the role of state empathy as a mediator or moderator in child maltreatment research. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 6 Nature Publishing Group The Influence of Cognitive Load on Empathy and Intention in Response to Infant Crying
2433/199592 Yano, Go 2014/12/05 Using Chinese province-level panel data for 2001-9, we investigate significant factors for the development of financial intermediation via trade credit in developing economies. First, we confirm that a competitive market environment, a well-functioning legal system, and greater bank loans for non-state-sector firms promote the development of trade credit in China. Conversely, corruption hinders its development. Second, we find that proper functioning of the legal system and bank lending to non-state-sector firms are highly likely to be the causes of the complex relationships between these determinants. Finally, we observe that an increase in the number of lawyers effectively improves the quality and function of the legal system, which, in turn, alleviates the harmful influence of corruption on trade credit development. 134 1540-496X s2 Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 114 50 Taylor & Francis Group Factors in the Development of Trade Credit: Case Study of Provinces in China
2433/89631 Yoshitomi, S. 2009/02/01 A direct method of physical-parameter system identification (SI) is developed in the case of containing noises at both floors above and below a specified story. To investigate the effect of the level of noise on the accuracy of identification, numerical simulations are performed in the frequency domain by generating two stationary random processes with the specified levels of power spectra. When the previous method of physical-parameter SI is applied to the case contaminated by noise at both floors, just above and below a specified story, it is difficult to evaluate the true stiffness and damping coefficients depending on the intensity. To overcome this difficulty, a new noise-bias compensation method is proposed which enables one to evaluate the intensity of noise in addition to the identification of story stiffness and damping. This method can be used in the case of small SN (Signal to Noise) ratios such as actual microtremor records. The effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated through a numerical example and an experiment using actual microtremor records for a reduced two-story model. 590 0141-0296 2 Engineering Structures 580 31 Elsevier System identification Noise-bias compensation in physical-parameter system identification under microtremor input
2433/193964 Wall, D. P 2013/07/01 Three-dimensional exact, finite-amplitude solutions are presented for the problem of channel flow subject to a system rotation about a spanwise axis. The solutions are of travelling wave form, and may bifurcate as tertiary flows from the two-dimensional streamwise-independent secondary flow, or as secondary flows directly from the basic flow. For the tertiary flows, we consider solutions of spanwise superharmonic and subharmonic type. We distinguish flows on the basis of symmetry, originating eigenmode and major solution branch, and thus identify 15 distinct flows: 5 superharmonic tertiary, 5 subharmonic tertiary and 5 secondary flows. The tertiary flows all feature a single layer of vortical structures in the spanwise–wall-normal plane, the secondary flows feature single-, double-, triple- or quadruple-layer flow structures in this plane. All flows feature low-speed streamwise-orientated streaks in the streamwise velocity component and/or pulses of low-speed streamwise velocity. The streaks may be sinusoidal or varicose. Sinusoidal streaks are flanked by staggered streamwise vortices, varicose streaks and pulses are flanked by aligned vortices. A comparison with previous simulation and experimental studies finds that the simplest three-dimensional flows observed previously correspond to superharmonic tertiary flows bifurcating from the upper branch of the secondary flow. The mean absolute vorticity of the present flows is also considered. A flattening of the profile of this vorticity is observed in the central region of the channel for two-dimensional secondary and many of the three-dimensional flows, with two-step profiles also observed. This phenomenon is attributed to mixing of the vorticity across zones of the channel in which streamwise vortex structures exist, and is demonstrated by a two-dimensional model. The phenomenon appears to be distinct to that observed in fully turbulent rotating channel flows. Published online: 28 June 2013 581 0022-1120 Journal of Fluid Mechanics 533 727 Cambridge University Press absolute vorticity Three-dimensional exact coherent states in rotating channel flow
2433/201845 Iwai, Hiromasa 2015/06/05 It is well known that the methane hydrate dissociation process may lead to unstable behavior such as large ground deformations, uncontrollable gas production, etc. A linear instability analysis was performed in order to investigate which variables have a significant effect on the onset of the instability behavior of methane hydrate-bearing soils subjected to dissociation. In the analysis a simplified viscoplastic constitutive equation is used for the soil sediment. The stability analysis shows that the onset of instability of the material system mainly depends on the strain hardening-softening parameter, the degree of strain, and the permeability for water and gas. Then, we conducted a numerical analysis of gas hydrate-bearing soil considering hydrate dissociation in order to investigate the effect of the parameters on the system. The simulation method used in the present study can describe the chemo-thermo-mechanically coupled behaviors such as phase changes from hydrates to water and gas, temperature changes and ground deformation. From the numerical results, we found that basically the larger the permeability for water and gas is, the more stable the simulation results are. These results are consistent with those obtained from the linear stability analysis. 5412 1996-1073 6 Energies 5381 8 MDPI methane hydrate-bearing soil Stability Analysis of Methane Hydrate-Bearing Soils Considering Dissociation
2433/196074 Maezawa, Akira 2014/12/01 This paper describes a monaural audio dereverberation method that operates in the power spectrogram domain. The method is robust to different kinds of source signals such as speech or music. Moreover, it requires little manual intervention, including the complexity of room acoustics. The method is based on a non-conjugate Bayesian model of the power spectrogram. It extends the idea of multi-channel linear prediction to the power spectrogram domain, and formulates a model of reverberation as a non-negative, infinite-order autoregressive process. To this end, the power spectrogram is interpreted as a histogram count data, which allows a nonparametric Bayesian model to be used as the prior for the autoregressive process, allowing the effective number of active components to grow, without bound, with the complexity of data. In order to determine the marginal posterior distribution, a convergent algorithm, inspired by the variational Bayes method, is formulated. It employs the minorization-maximization technique to arrive at an iterative, convergent algorithm that approximates the marginal posterior distribution. Both objective and subjective evaluations show advantage over other methods based on the power spectrum. We also apply the method to a music information retrieval task and demonstrate its effectiveness. 1930 2329-9290 12 IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 1918 22 IEEE Dereverberation Nonparametric Bayesian Dereverberation of Power Spectrograms Based on Infinite-Order Autoregressive Processes
2433/217235 Hayashi, Hiroo 2002/07/27 Rocketsonde observations at Kwajalein (8.7°N, 167.7°E) were used for investigation of horizontal wind disturbances induced by inertial instability. Two characteristic cases were found in the 1978–1979 northern winter during which the limb infrared monitor of the stratosphere (LIMS) made observations. In both the cases the eastward component and the northward component of horizontal winds are negatively correlated in the vertical direction near the stratopause level, which is thought to be due to inertial instability. The wind disturbances have a wavelength of about 10 km, and their maximum amplitudes are estimated as over 10 ms−1. Examinations of the LIMS temperatures support a possibility that the wind disturbances are induced by inertial instability. It was revealed that temperature disturbances characteristic of inertial instability, called “pancake structures, ” appear in the same height and time as the wind disturbances do. The relationship between the rocketsonde wind disturbances and the LIMS pancake structures is 90° out of phase, as expected by the theory of inertial instability. In addition, it was confirmed that the two inertial instability events follow enhancements of the midlatitude planetary wave. This is consistent with a mechanism of the inertially unstable disturbances in the equatorial region inferred in some observational and numerical studies. Analyses of rocketsonde data were extended to the entire observation period at Kwajalein, which suggests that the occurrence of inertially unstable disturbances is biased toward the winter season. However, at some other stations in the tropics, wind disturbances which may be induced by inertial instability do not appear so frequently as they do at Kwajalein. This seasonality and regionality of inertially unstable disturbances would be due to the seasonality and regionality of planetary wave breakings at midlatitude. ACL 18-12 2169-897X D14 Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres ACL 18-1 107 American Geophysical Union (AGU) inertial instability Horizontal wind disturbances induced by inertial instability in the equatorial middle atmosphere as seen in rocketsonde observations
2433/215285 Itami, Masato 2016/03/23 Kyoto University Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics 特異的な流体応力に対する非平衡統計理論の構築 Non-equilibrium Statistical Theory for Singular Fluid Stresses
2433/52540 Kitazawa, Shigeyoshi 1983/01/01 38 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 27 17 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Plosive Discrimination by Running Spectra in 40-ms Initial Segment.
2433/47065 Inada, Etsuko 1979/02/10 83 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 72 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the Walden products of alkali iodides in acetone
2433/74165 植村, 吉明 1950/09/30 30 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 18 22 京都大学化学研究所 Measurements of Absorption Coefficients of 17 Mev and 6.1 Mev γ-Rays in Several Elements 17 Mev 竝に 6.1 Mev γ線の二,三物質による吸收係数の測定
2433/195154 Choda, Marie 2013/09/01 112 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1852 京都大学数理解析研究所 Entropy for Unitary Operators (New developments of generalized entropies by functional analysis)
2433/173769 Murata, Koji 2013/02/01 A large amount of poplar plywood is now being imported into Japan from China, and as a result, formaldehyde emitted from this plywood represents an undesirable chemical that must be controlled using a chemical catching agent. The aim of this study is to find an approach to reduce the formaldehyde emission of poplar plywood using thermal treatment without employing any chemicals. The experimental results obtained show that heating veneer sheets in the temperature range of 150 °C to 170 °C effectively reduced the formaldehyde emission of plywood, without diminishing the mechanical properties of the veneer. By applying Langmuir’s theory and Hailwood-Horrobin theory to the adsorption isotherm obtained in this study, the relationship between the formaldehyde emission of plywood and the adsorption properties of veneer as a material is discussed. When veneer sheets were heated in the temperature range of 150 °C to 170 °C, the amount of hydrated water (monomolecular layer) decreased slightly and that of dissolved water (polymolecular layer) did not change. It is hypothesized that the formaldehyde emission of plywood is related to the condition of the adsorption site of the wood. 420 2 Materials 410 6 MDPI formaldehyde emission Effect of Thermal Treatment of Veneer on Formaldehyde Emission of Poplar Plywood
2433/199735 Matsumura, Hirofumi 2000/01/01 Human skeletons of the Hoabinian period from Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam demonstrates those affinities of the cranial and dental morphology to the Autralo-Melanseians. These specimens, as well as other fossils from Tabon, Niah and Vietnam, were members of populationt hat originatedi n the late Pleistocene Sundaland, the ancestors of modern Australian Aboriginal peoples. On the other hand, particularly in the dental characteristics, similarities to the modern North/East Asians were observed in the subsequent Neolithic to modern populations in a part of Southeast Asian regions. This finding suggests that the migrants from the Asian Continent had expanded into its peninsula and the island regions of Southeast Asia since the Neolithic period, supporting the dual ancestry (hybrid) hypothesis for the population history of Southeast Asia. 160 1880-7747 Asian paleoprimatology 149 1 Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Origins of Southeast Asian People as Viewed from Cranial and Dental Morphology
2433/207836 YAMAZAWA, HIROSHI 2013/04/01 175 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 163 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M30 Borel summability of a formal solution for Cauchy problem of some linear partial differential equations (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/189745 Oishi, Akio 2013/02/01 [Purpose]To evaluate whether the status of the external limiting membrane (ELM) or inner segment/outer segment junction (IS/OS) improves after intravitreal injection of ranibizumab for age-related macular degeneration (AMD). We also evaluated whether the pre-operative values of these parameters are associated with the visual prognosis. [Methods]This was a hospital-based, cross-sectional study. Seventy-six eyes of 76 treatment-naive AMD patients who received three monthly intravitreal injections of ranibizumab followed for more than 6 months with additional as-needed injections were investigated. Spectral domain OCT was used to evaluate the length of ELM, IS/OS, and foveal thickness pre- and post-operatively. Changes of ELM and IS/OS length were evaluated postoperatively. Correlation coefficients between pre-operative parameters and post-operative visual acuity were also analyzed. [Results]Significant changes were noted in mean logMAR (0.66 to 0.53), foveal thickness (231.1 to 151.1 μm), and IS/OS length (514.9 to 832.3 μm) after the treatment. ELM length did not improve significantly (1,312.4 to 1,376.7 μm). Restoration of IS/OS occured where ELM is retained. Although pre-operative ELM length, IS/OS length, and foveal thickness showed correlation with post-operative logMAR (R=-0.51, -0.39, and 0.46, respectively), the most powerful predictive factor for visual prognosis was pre-operative logMAR (R=0.77, p<0.001). [Conclusions] IS/OS status improves in response to anti-VEGF therapy but ELM seems to have less plasticity. The status of IS/OS and ELM can be used as prognostic factors but the predictive power is inferior to that of baseline visual acuity. 440 0721-832X 2 Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology 435 251 Springer-Verlag Age-related macular degeneration Recovery of photoreceptor outer segments after anti-VEGF therapy for age-related macular degeneration.
2433/147321 Kimura, Yoshifumi 2011/09/01 Effects of dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) on the solvation dynamics of coumarin 153 were studied in 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate, and 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)amide by the time resolved fluorescence spectroscopy. The solvation dynamics showed an ultrafast response less than 1 ps and a slower response extended to a half of ns under ambient condition. With increasing the CO2 pressure, the slower component became fast, although no significant change was observed for the faster component. The CO2 effect on the average solvation time was compared with that on the translational diffusion of the solute molecule dissolved in the mixture. 58 0009-2614 1-3 Chemical Physics Letters 53 513 Elsevier B.V. Solvation dynamics of coumarin 153 in mixtures of carbon dioxide and room temperature ionic liquids
2433/89633 Takewaki, Izuru 2010/01/01 Temporal variation of dynamical modal properties of a base-isolated building is investigated using earthquake records in the building. A batch processing least-squares estimation method is applied to segment-wise time-series data. To construct an input-output system, an auto-regressive model with exogenous input (ARX) of second-order including a forgetting coefficient as a weighting coefficient is used for the estimation of modal parameters. The fundamental and second natural frequencies and the damping ratios of the fundamental and second natural modes of the base-isolated building are identified in the time domain. The identified results are consistent with the results obtained from the micro-tremor vibration data, forced-vibration test data and earthquake records in the present base-isolated building in the case of taking into account the amplitude-dependency of the isolators and viscous dampers. It is finally pointed out that several factors, e.g., amplitude dependency of the isolator and damper system and special characteristics of the series-type viscous damper system, may be related complicatedly with the temporal variation in modal properties of the above-mentioned system. 8 1673-565X 1 Journal of Zhejiang University - Science A 1 11 Zhejiang University Press, co-published with Springer-Verlag GmbH System identification Temporal variation in modal properties of a base-isolated building during an earthquake
2433/201610 Urade, Yoshiro 2015/06/09 This research resolves a long-standing problem on the electromagnetic response of self-complementary metallic screens with checkerboardlike geometry. Although Babinet's principle implies that they show a frequency-independent response, this unusual characteristic has not been observed yet due to the singularities of the metallic point contacts in the checkerboard geometry. We overcome this difficulty by replacing the point contacts with resistive sheets. The proposed structure is prepared and characterized by terahertz time-domain spectroscopy. It is experimentally confirmed that the resistive checkerboard structures exhibit a flat transmission spectrum over 0.1-1.1 THz. It is also demonstrated that self-complementarity can eliminate even the frequency-dependent transmission characteristics of resonant metamaterials. 1079-7114 23 Physical review letters 114 American Physical Society Frequency-Independent Response of Self-Complementary Checkerboard Screens.
2433/24830 Tachibanaki, Toshiaki 2004/01/01 The paper investigates the optimal allocation of human resources both theoretically and empirically. The theoretical part shows that some wage compression is desirable for the following two cases; (1) hawks (i.e., uncooperative and aggressive workers) work together, or are in the common work-place, and (2) hawks and doves (i.e., cooperative and less aggressive workers) work together, and seek promotion in the competitive world. The empirical part presents the result for Japan. We find that large Japanese firms had wage compression for younger generations in order to minimize the degree of adverse effort caused by the behavior of hawks. At the same, we try to find, “Who is likely to be hawkish?” 39 1349-6778 1 The Kyoto Economic Review 29 http://joi.jlc.jst.go.jp/JST.JSTAGE/ker/73.29 73 Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University Human resource management Treatment of Hawks and Doves
2433/125574 Nozawa, Masanori 1987/04/01 46 0023-6055 1 Kyoto University Economic Review 15 57 Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University A MULTI-SECTORAL ECONOMETRIC-MODEL DIVIDED BY SOCIAL STRATA OF THE JAPANESE ECONOMY
2433/134623 Caporin, Massimiliano 2010/11/01 DAMGARCH is a new model that extends the VARMA-GARCH model of Ling and McAleer (2003) by introducing multiple thresholds and time-dependent structure in the asymmetry of the conditional variances. Analytical expressions for the news impact surface implied by the new model are also presented. DAMGARCH models the shocks affecting the conditional variances on the basis of an underlying multivariate distribution. It is possible to model explicitly asset-specific shocks and common innovations by partitioning the multivariate density support. This paper presents the model structure, describes the implementation issues, and provides the conditions for the existence of a unique stationary solution, and for consistency and asymptotic normality of the quasi- maximum likelihood estimators. The paper also presents an empirical example to highlight the usefulness of the new model. KIER Discussion Paper 741 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Multivariate asymmetry Thresholds, News Impact Surfaces and Dynamic Asymmetric Multivariate GARCH
2433/84909 Monsky, Paul 1970/01/01 Lectures in Mathematics 4 Kinokuniya P-adic analysis and zeta functions
2433/86516 Muramatsu, Hisafumi 1976/03/23 Kyoto University 成層圏・中間圏での酸素・オゾン分子の解離率 Dissociation Rates of Oxygen and Ozone Molecules in the Stratosphere and Mesosphere
2433/131967 REFAAT, Hossam El-din A.A. 1990/09/25 Kyoto University 河口デルタの形成, 縮小過程と制御に関する研究 THE FORMATION AND REDUCTION PROCESSES OF RIVER DELTAS AND THEIR CONTROL
2433/188570 Ikeda, Tatsunori 2014/03/24 Kyoto University surface waves 表面波探査手法による地下S波速度構造推定の高精度化 Improvement of surface wave methods for constructing subsurface S-wave velocity structures
2433/210368 Buican, Matthew 2016/02/01 We conjecture closed-form expressions for the Macdonald limits of the super-conformal indices of the (A1, A2n − 3) and (A1, D2n) Argyres-Douglas (AD) theories in terms of certain simple deformations of Macdonald polynomials. As checks of our conjectures, we demonstrate compatibility with two S-dualities, we show symmetry enhancement for special values of n, and we argue that our expressions encode a non-trivial set of renormalization group flows. Moreover, we demonstrate that, for certain values of n, our conjectures imply simple operator relations involving composites built out of the SU(2)R currents and flavor symmetry moment maps, and we find a consistent picture in which these relations give rise to certain null states in the corresponding chiral algebras. In addition, we show that the Hall-Littlewood limits of our indices are equivalent to the corresponding Higgs branch Hilbert series. We explain this fact by considering the S1 reductions of our theories and showing that the equivalence follows from an inequality on monopole quantum numbers whose coefficients are fixed by data of the four-dimensional parent theories. Finally, we comment on the implications of our work for more general (Formula presented.) superconformal field theories. 1029-8479 Journal of High Energy Physics 2016 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Supersymmetric gauge theory Argyres-Douglas theories, the Macdonald index, and an RG inequality
2433/212683 Saito, Kyoji 1988/01/01 122 代数幾何学シンポジューム記録 87 1988 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hopf algebra for Fuchsian groups
2433/215069 Yamane, Junko 2016/05/20 Predictive toxicology using stem cells or their derived tissues has gained increasing importance in biomedical and pharmaceutical research. Here, we show that toxicity category prediction by support vector machines (SVMs), which uses qRT-PCR data from 20 categorized chemicals based on a human embryonic stem cell (hESC) system, is improved by the adoption of gene networks, in which network edge weights are added as feature vectors when noisy qRT-PCR data fail to make accurate predictions. The accuracies of our system were 97. 5-100% for three toxicity categories: neurotoxins (NTs), genotoxic carcinogens (GCs) and non-genotoxic carcinogens (NGCs). For two uncategorized chemicals, bisphenol-A and permethrin, our system yielded reasonable results: bisphenol-A was categorized as an NGC, and permethrin was categorized as an NT; both predictions were supported by recently published papers. Our study has two important features: (i) as the first study to employ gene networks without using conventional quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSARs) as input data for SVMs to analyze toxicogenomics data in an hESC validation system, it uses additional information of gene-to-gene interactions to significantly increase prediction accuracies for noisy gene expression data; and (ii) using only undifferentiated hESCs, our study has considerable potential to predict late-onset chemical toxicities, including abnormalities that occur during embryonic development. ES細胞と遺伝子ネットワークを用いた、高精度の化合物毒性予測システムの構築. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2016-06-14. 0305-1048 Nucleic acids research Oxford University Press Prediction of developmental chemical toxicity based on gene networks of human embryonic stem cells.
2433/215887 Fujii, Keisuke 2015/11/05 Humans interact by changing their actions, perceiving other's actions and executing solutions in conflicting situations. Using oscillator models, nonlinear dynamics have been considered for describing these complex human movements as an emergence of self-organisation. However, these frameworks cannot explain the hierarchical structures of complex behaviours between conflicting inter-agent and adapting intra-agent systems, especially in sport competitions wherein mutually quick decision making and execution are required. Here we adopt a hybrid multiscale approach to model an attack-and-defend game during which both players predict the opponent's movement and move with a delay. From both simulated and measured data, one synchronous outcome between two-agent (i.e. successful defence) can be described as one attractor. In contrast, the other coordination-breaking outcome (i.e. successful attack) cannot be explained using gradient dynamics because the asymmetric interaction cannot always assume a conserved physical quantity. Instead, we provide the asymmetric and asynchronous hierarchical dynamical models to discuss two-agent competition. Our framework suggests that possessing information about an opponent and oneself in local-coordinative and global-competitive scale enables us to gain a deeper understanding of sports competitions. We anticipate developments in the scientific fields of complex movement adapting to such uncontrolled environments. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 5 Nature Publishing Group Mutual and asynchronous anticipation and action in sports as globally competitive and locally coordinative dynamics
2433/215702 Hara, Chiaki 2016/06/01 We study the optimal portfolio choice problem for an ambiguity-averse investor having a utility function of the form of Klibanoff, Marinacci, and Mukerji (2005) and Maccheroni, Marinacci, and Rufino (2013) in an ambiguity-inclusive CARA-normal setup. We extend the mutual fund theorem to accommodate ambiguity, identify a necessary and sufficient condition for a given portfolio to be optimal for some ambiuityaverse investor, characterize all the ambiguity structure under which the given portfolio is optimal, and find the minimal ones in two senses to be made precise. We also calculate the minimal ambiguity structures based on the U.S. equity market data and find the smallest coefficient of ambiguity aversion with which the market portfolio is optimal is equal to 9.31. KIER Discussion Paper 943 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Ambiguity aversion Mutual Fund Theorem for Ambiguity-Averse Investors and the Optimality of the Market Portfolio
2433/176339 Adachi, Fuyuki 2013/11/01 The effective way of allocation of viscous oil dampers (capacity or size) is believed to place dampers to the stories which exhibit large interstory drifts. It is shown here that, while this understanding is almost true in rather low or medium-rise buildings, the distribution of the maximum interstory velocities plays a critical role in super high-rise buildings. It is further demonstrated that a large distribution of the maximum interstory velocities can be observed in lower stories in super high-rise buildings and this leads to a large demand of the maximum damping force in lower stories. It is concluded that the demand of relief forces of oil dampers is expressed in terms of (a) the maximum story shear forces of a frame without oil dampers which can be evaluated by the response spectrum method or other conventional methods, (b) the damper damping ratio, (c) the damping correction factor and (d) the higher-mode correction factor. 500 0141-0296 Engineering Structures 489 56 Elsevier B.V. Viscous damper Importance of interstory velocity on optimal along-height allocation of viscous oil dampers in super high-rise buildings
2433/197135 Yamamoto, Kaoru 2009/10/07 The input energy and energy input rate to a base-isolated (BI) building during an earthquake are considered and formulated in the frequency domain. The frequency-domain approach for computation of input energy and energy input rate has different remarkable advantages compared with the conventional time-domain approach. It is demonstrated that the input energy can be of a compact form via the frequency integration of the product between the input component (squared Fourier amplitude spectrum of acceleration) and the structural model component (so-called energy transfer function). Furthermore, the energy input rate can also be of a similar form via the frequency integration of the product between the instantaneous power spectrum and the energy transfer function. With the help of this compact form, it is shown that the formulation in the frequency domain is essential for deriving arbitrary-order closed-form sensitivities of the input energy and energy input rate with respect to uncertain stiffness and damping coefficients in the BI storey. The closed-form sensitivity expressions provide us with information on the most unfavourable variation of the uncertain parameters that leads to the maximum input energy and input rate. Copyright © 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 648 1541-7794 6 The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings 631 20 wiley Instantaneous earthquake input energy and sensitivity in base-isolated building
2433/169655 Zhang, Xinpeng 2013/02/01 We focus on measuring relationships between pairs of objects in Wikipedia whose pages can be regarded as individual objects. Two kinds of relationships between two objects exist: in Wikipedia, an explicit relationship is represented by a single link between the two pages for the objects, and an implicit relationship is represented by a link structure containing the two pages. Some of the previously proposed methods for measuring relationships are cohesion-based methods, which underestimate objects having high degrees, although such objects could be important in constituting relationships in Wikipedia. The other methods are inadequate for measuring implicit relationships because they use only one or two of the following three important factors: distance, connectivity, and cocitation. We propose a new method using a generalized maximum flow which reflects all the three factors and does not underestimate objects having high degree. We confirm through experiments that our method can measure the strength of a relationship more appropriately than these previously proposed methods do. Another remarkable aspect of our method is mining elucidatory objects, that is, objects constituting a relationship. We explain that mining elucidatory objects would open a novel way to deeply understand a relationship. 259 1041-4347 2 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 246 25 IEEE Link analysis A Generalized Flow-Based Method for Analysis of Implicit Relationships on Wikipedia
2433/197162 Nakajima, Hiraku 2011/02/25 126 2156-2261 1 Kyoto Journal of Mathematics 71 51 Duke University Press Quiver varieties and cluster algebras
2433/200801 Iwaki, Kohei 2015/01/01 57 0034-5318 1 Publications of the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences 1 51 European Mathematical Society Publishing House exact WKB analysis On WKB Theoretic Transformations for Painlevé Transcendents on Degenerate Stokes Segments
2433/46785 Matsuda, Jiro 1960/08/01 24 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 9 30 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the Young's modulus of silicate glass as a function of temperature
2433/96162 SAWADA, Isao 1997/10/20 The derivation of the closed-form solution to the generalized Langevin equation (Mori formula) is reviewed. We derive rigorous constraints for transport coefficients in the limit of low frequency and those obtained in the memory functional approach to the closed-form solution. We calculate the closed-form solution for the relaxation functions of the fluctuating force in a free two-band model to find a long-time tail of t^<-1> and the strongly colored quantum noise at T = 0. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 75 0527-2997 1 物性研究 59 69 物性研究刊行会 generalized Langevin equation 森公式のclose-form階とその応用(第4回『非平衡系の統計物理』シンポジウム,研究会報告) Closed-Form Solution to the Mori Formula and its Application
2433/129633 McAleer, Michael 2010/10/01 After a commercial whaling moratorium was enacted in 1986, whale watching became one of the fastest growing tourism industries worldwide. As whaling is regarded as an activity that is incompatible with whale watching, the possible resumption of commercial whaling has caused an urgent need to investigate the potential negative effects of whaling on the whale-watching industry. We examine the potential impacts of whaling on the global whale-watching tourism industry using an unbalanced panel data model. The empirical results indicate that the resumption of commercial whaling has the potential for a negative effect on the global whale-watching industry, especially for nations that are engaged in whaling. KIER Discussion Paper 728 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Global whale watching Estimating the Impact of Whaling on Global Whale Watching
2433/124976 XIE, Pingping 1991/06/01 120 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 109 41 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Rainfall Estimation in the Midlatitudes from GMS Infrared Imagery Data
2433/194378 Kamai, Tomohito 2012/08/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 144 1804 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Latent Class Model of Brand Choice Behaviors Incorporating Variety-Seeking and State Dependence (A New Perspective to Statistical Models and Its Related Topics)
2433/178537 OZAWA, Izuo 1967/12/01 In this paper the observations of the earth's tidal strains and tilt have been performed at Osakayama Observatory, and the effects depending on the atmospheric tide in the earth's strains and tilt are calculated using the load-deformation coefficients of the earth reported by I. M. Longman. According to this calculation and these observations. our estimations seem to be accurate that the atmosphric tide effects in the earth tide amount to about 20%. as large as the direct effects due to the astronomical tide. 142 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 133 7 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University OBSERVATIONS OF THE ATMOSPHERIC TIDE EFFECTS ON THE EARTH'S DEFORMATIONS
2433/86297 Kodama, Hideo 1981/03/23 Kyoto University 空間的に一様等方な宇宙における自由な中性スカラー場に対する粒子の定義を与えるモードについて On the Particle-defining Modes for a Free Neutral Scalar Field in Spatially Homogeneous and Isotropic Universes
2433/212466 Wakeda, Masato 2015/05/26 Rejuvenation is the configurational excitation of amorphous materials and is one of the more promising approaches for improving the deformability of amorphous metals that usually exhibit macroscopic brittle fracture modes. Here, we propose a method to control the level of rejuvenation through systematic thermal processing and clarify the crucial feasibility conditions by means of molecular dynamics simulations of annealing and quenching. We also experimentally demonstrate rejuvenation level control in Zr55Al10Ni55Cu30 bulk metallic glass. Our local heat-treatment recipe (rising temperature above 1.1TG, followed by a temperature quench rate exceeding the previous) opens avenue to modifying the glass properties after it has been cast and processed into near component shape, where a higher local cooling rate may be afforded by for example transient laser heating, adding spatial control and great flexibility to the processing. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 5 Nature Publishing Group Controlled rejuvenation of amorphous metals with thermal processing
2433/210410 Tateuchi, Hiroshige 2016/01/01 The purpose of this study was to investigate the associations of radiographic and clinical variables of hip osteoarthritis (OA) with alterations in gait and joint loading in patients with secondary hip OA. Fifty females with secondary hip OA were participated. The minimum joint space width (mJSW) of the hip as a degenerative sign and Sharp and center edge (CE) angles as morphological variables were measured radiographically. Hip joint pain was assessed using a visual analog scale. As gait variables, walking speed, range of hip motion, hip moment peak, and hip moment impulse were calculated. Daily cumulative hip loading was calculated as the hip moment impulse multiplied by the mean number of steps per day. After bivariate correlation analyses between dependent (mJSW and pain) and independent variables (age, body mass index, sharp/CE angles, steps per day, and gait variables), separate forward-backward stepwise multiple regression analyses were performed for each dependent variable. Daily cumulative hip loading in the sagittal plane (ß = 0.30, P = 0.021) and age (ß = - 0.36, P = 0.007) were significantly associated with the mJSW. Walking speed (ß = - 0.36, P = 0.008) and age (ß = 0.29, P = 0.031) were significantly associated with hip joint pain. Decrease in daily cumulative hip loading in the sagittal plane was associated with mJSW independently of age. Although the causal relationship was not clear, patients with hip OA reduced total exposure to hip joint loading adaptively rather than lowering the hip moment peak concerning worsening of hip degeneration. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. 0736-0266 Journal of orthopaedic research wiley hip osteoarthritis Associations of radiographic degeneration and pain with daily cumulative hip loading in patients with secondary hip osteoarthritis.
2433/217348 Tateuchi, Hiroshige 2016/09/01 A decline in physical function associated with secondary hip osteoarthritis (OA) may be caused by both radiographic and clinical factors; however, the underlying mechanism remains unclear. The purpose of this study was to determine how joint degeneration, hip morphology, pain, hip range of motion (ROM), and hip muscle strength relate to one-leg standing (OLS) and gait in patients with mild-to-moderate secondary hip osteoarthritis. Fifty-five female patients (ages 22-65 years) with mild-to-moderate hip OA secondary to hip dysplasia were consecutively enrolled. Balance during OLS and three-dimensional hip angle changes while maintaining the OLS and at foot-off of the raised leg were measured. Gait speed and peak three-dimensional hip joint angles during gait were also measured. The associations between dependent variables (balance, gait speed, and hip kinematic changes) and independent variables (age, body mass index, pain, joint degeneration, hip morphologic abnormality, passive hip ROM, and hip muscle strength) were determined. While lower hip muscle strength was associated with hip kinematic changes such as flexion and internal rotation while maintaining OLS, decreased acetabular head index (AHI) and increased pain were associated with hip extension and abduction at foot-off in OLS. Decreased passive hip ROM was associated with decreased peak hip angles (extension, adduction, and external and internal rotation) during gait, although increased pain and decreased hip extension muscle strength were associated with slower gait speed. In this study of patients with secondary hip OA, AHI, pain, and hip impairments were associated with OLS and gait independently from age and radiographic degeneration. 212 0966-6362 Gait & Posture 207 49 Elsevier B.V. Hip Radiographic and clinical factors associated with one-leg standing and gait in patients with mild-to-moderate secondary hip osteoarthritis
2433/217417 MINE, TAKUYA 2014/04/01 67 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kôkyûroku Bessatsu 45 B45 Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University Solvable models in two-solenoidal Aharonov-Bohm magnetic fields on the Euclidean plane (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/64209 Ouchi, Sunao 2000/06/01 91 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 1159 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic expansion of singular solutions and characteristic polygon of linear partial differential equations with holomorphic coefficients (Microlocal Analysis and PDE in the Complex Domain)
2433/62403 Owa, Shigeyoshi 1998/09/01 83 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 77 1062 京都大学数理解析研究所 Starlike or convex of complex order functions with negative coefficients (Applications of Complex Function Theory to Differential Equations)
2433/65199 Niinae, T. 1999/03/01 The thermal stability and structural modulation were studied systematically in a wide range of 0 ￡ x ￡ 0.4 for the 2201 phase in the Bi-Sr-Cu-O system, Bi2+xSr2-xCuO6+d, and it was found that these properties varied remarkably at x ≫ 0.1. Compositions 0 ￡ x < 0.1 remained stable only in a narrow low T- high Po2 region and their modulation period changed stepwisely, not continuously, and reversibly between 4.9b (oxidized) and 5.5b (reduced) when the oxygen content was changed only by 0.65%. In relation to this we propose for 0 ￡ x < 0.1 specifically that the change in oxygen content induces the exchange of small amounts of Bi and Sr ions between the "BiO" and "SrO" sheets. The superconductivity of the cation-stoichiometric composition (x = 0) was also studied as a function of oxygen content. 19 1342-0321 ICR annual report 18 5 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Phase diagram Synthesis, Thermal Stability, Structural Features and Electromagnetic Properties of Bi2+x Sr2-x CuO6+d (0￡x￡0.4) (SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY-Quantum Spin Fluids)
2433/52467 Uemura, Daiichiro 1992/01/01 55 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 49 26 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Distinction between Vowels and Unvoiced Stops using Features Observed in Speech Wafevorm
2433/47009 Osugi, Jiro 1975/11/20 26 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 23 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The transference numbers of KBr and Kl in aqueous solution at 15,25 and 40C up to 1,500kg/cm2
2433/76914 Umemura, Junzo 1981/01/31 554 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 548 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Molecular Association of Tetracaine with Ethylpalmitate : An Infrared Spectroscopic Study
2433/76677 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1976/12/25 341 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 335 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermodynamics of Adduct-Formation of Bis(3-trifluoroacetyl-d-camphorato)copper (II) with Pyridines
2433/84916 Stroock, Daniel W. 1978/01/01 Lectures in Mathematics 11 Kinokuniya Lectures on infinite interacting systems
2433/75345 Taketa, Akira 1953/07/30 266 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 260 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetical Study on the Reactivity of Organo-Silicon Compounds. (I) : The Cleavage Rate of Si-H Bond of Triethylsilane by HC1
2433/46602 1941/12/30 198 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 195 15 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Abstract of the physico-chemical literature in Japan, author index
2433/46745 Makita, Tadashi 1957/01/01 21 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 16 27 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The viscosity of argon, nitrogen and air at pressures up to 800kg/cm2
2433/46711 Kiyama, Ryo 1955/02/25 60 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 56 24 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Infrared absorption in gareous ammonia at pressure
2433/25725 Kohnen, Winfried 2004/07/01 14 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 1384 京都大学数理解析研究所 Estimating Fourier coefficients of Siegel modular forms (Analytic Number Theory and Surrounding Areas)
2433/37909 Asanuma, Banri 1991/05/01 Prevalence of subcontracting in Japan has traditionally been ascribed to risk shifting behavior of manufacturers. But, Asanuma's field research has elicited the following. First, in transactions with those suppliers with which it maintains longstanding relations, each typical manufacturer absorbs risks to a nonnegligible degree. Second, the degree tends to be higher (1) the larger the share occupied by the manufacturer in the total sales of the supplier; and (2) the more rudimentary the category of the item transacted viewed from evolutionary paths of suppliers. We adapt the principal-agent model derived by Kawasaki and McMillan based on a fundamental result acquired by Holmstrom and Milgrom on linearity of the optimal conpensation scheme, construct a set of data on individual suppliers to each of four major automobile manufacturers, and quantitatively verify the above propositions. 14 京都大学経済学部Working Paper 京都大学経済学部 Risk absorption in Japanese subcontracting : a microeconometirc study on the automobile industry
2433/24277 Hayashi, Chihiro 2000/03/03 The summaries of papers of International Conference on Microwaves, Circuit Theory and Information Theory, September 7-11, 1964, Tokyo, Japan, Part 2, Circuit Theory, p.107-108 110 109 京都大学大学院工学研究科電気工学専攻 FORCED NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE OSCILLATOR
2433/156050 Konishi, Yoko 2012/02/01 This paper presents a microeconomic model of inter-regional freight transportation based on careful formulation of cost structure in trucking firm and market equilibrium, which takes into account the feature of transport service as a bundle of multiple characteristics. We estimate the parameters of the model using the micro-data of inter-regional freight flows from the 2005 Net Freight Flow Census in Japan. Estimation results show that the determinants of transport cost incorporated in the model have significant effects in the ways that the model predicts. The degree of competition also have significant effect on freight charge. It is shown that there exist significant scale economies with respect to lot size and long-haul economies. Quantitative extents of these effects are also demonstrated. 126 京都大学大学院経済学研究科Working Paper 京都大学大学院経済学研究科 Determinants of Transport Costs for Inter-regional Trade
2433/84309 JUTILA, MATTI 1994/09/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 886 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analogs of the additive divisor problem for Fourier coefficients of cusp forms(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/158135 SATŌ, Rokurō 1959/08/31 159 0006-5420 3 防虫科学 156 24 財団法人防虫科学研究所 タルクの物理化学的性質がEPN粉剤の経時変化に及ぼす影響 : 有機燐殺虫剤の化学的研究 第8報 The Chemical and Physical Properties of Talcs and Their Behavior on the Decompositon of EPN Dust Formulation. : Chemical Studies on Organophosphorus Insecticides. VIII
2433/76336 Fujino, Osamu 1970/12/19 209 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 203 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Coprecipitation of Calcium with Strontium Oxalate
2433/26658 NASOUHI, Sina 2006/04/01 659 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 641 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49b0/a49b0p69.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 有機的結合利用 Conjunctive Simulation of Surface and Subsurface Flow within Water Budget 水収支を考慮した表面流と地下浸透流の有機的結合シミュレーション
2433/91535 Azuma, Masayoshi 1985/03/20 MS method by Pendry and Capart was considered in the relativistic case and modified formulae of relativistic APW were obtained for the energy band calculation. On the basis of group theory, they were transformed to a symmetrized form and reduced to be suitable for the calculation. Energy bands for solid xenon were calculated nonrelativistically by MS method and relativistically by these formulae mentioned above. Relativistic effects were investigated. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 274 0527-2997 6 物性研究 265 43 物性研究刊行会 Energy Bands for Solid Xenon
2433/95111 Jimbo, Masakazu 1993/07/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 414 0627-2997 4 物性研究 409 60 物性研究刊行会 Combinatorial aspects of an autonomous system with ternary collisions and of a three person tournament game(New Developments in Statistical Physics Similarities in Diversities,YITP Workshop)
2433/95110 TANAKA, T. 1993/07/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 420 0627-2997 4 物性研究 415 60 物性研究刊行会 CLUSTER FORMATION IN GAS-SOLID FLOWS(New Developments in Statistical Physics Similarities in Diversities,YITP Workshop)
2433/159822 Okuda, Shujiro 2007/02/13 [Background]Operon structures play an important role in transcriptional regulation in prokaryotes. However, there have been fewer studies on complicated operon structures in which the transcriptional units vary with changing environmental conditions. Information about such complicated operons is helpful for predicting and analyzing operon structures, as well as understanding gene functions and ranscriptional regulation. [Results]We systematically analyzed the experimentally verified transcriptional units (TUs) in Bacillus subtilis and Escherichia coli obtained from ODB and RegulonDB. To understand the relationships between TUs and operons, we defined a new classification system for adjacent gene pairs, divided into three groups according to the level of gene co-regulation: operon pairs (OP) belong to the same TU, sub-operon pairs (SOP) that are at the transcriptional boundaries within an operon, and non-operon pairs (NOP) belonging to different operons. Consequently, we found that the levels of gene co-regulation was correlated to intergenic distances and gene expression levels. Additional analysis revealed that they were also correlated to the levels of conservation across about 200 prokaryotic genomes. Most interestingly, we found that functional associations in SOPs were more observed in the environmental and genetic information processes. [Conclusion]Complicated operon strucutures were correlated with genome organization and gene expression profiles. Such intricately regulated operons allow functional differences depending on environmental conditions. These regulatory mechanisms are helpful in accommodating the variety of changes that happen around the cell. In addition, such differences may play an important role in the evolution of gene order across genomes. 1471-2164 BMC genomics 8 BioMed Central Ltd. Characterization of relationships between transcriptional units and operon structures in Bacillus subtilis and Escherichia coli.
2433/82921 北岡, 良之 1992/08/01 203 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 199 805 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fourier coefficients of Klingen's Eisenstein series
2433/140311 Saitoh, Hitoshi 2009/01/01 114 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 109 1626 京都大学数理解析研究所 On geometric properties of certain multivalent functions with real coefficients (Study on Non-Analytic and Univalent Functions and Applications)
2433/192438 Hyodo, Tetsuo 2014/11/18 The influence of a two-hadron threshold is studied for the hadron mass scaling with respect to some quantum chromodynamics parameters. A quantum mechanical model is introduced to describe the system with a one-body bare state coupled with a single elastic two-body scattering. The general behavior of the energy of the bound and resonance state near the two-body threshold for a local potential is derived from the expansion of the Jost function around the threshold. It is shown that the same scaling holds for the nonlocal potential induced by the coupling to a bare state. In p or higher partial waves, the scaling law of the stable bound state continues across the threshold describing the real part of the resonance energy. In contrast, the leading contribution of the scaling is forbidden by the nonperturbative dynamics near the s-wave threshold. As a consequence, the bound state energy is not continuously connected to the real part of the resonance energy. This universal behavior originates in the vanishing of the field renormalization constant of the zero-energy resonance in the s wave. A proof is given for the vanishing of the field renormalization constant, together with a detailed discussion. 0556-2813 5 Physical Review C 90 American Physical Society Hadron mass scaling near the s-wave threshold
2433/194730 Mohammed, Aabed 2013/02/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 14 1824 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 30C45 New Family of Integral Operators of Meromorphic Functions (On Schwarzian Derivatives and Its Applications)
2433/170517 Saitoh, Hitoshi 2011/02/01 69 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 64 1727 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 30C45 Geometric properties of certain analytic functions with real coefficients (Applications of convolutions in geometric function theory)
2433/77014 1982/11/15 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 60 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cover & Contents
2433/65735 Ida, Takanori 2008/08/01 This paper conducts a five-month follow-up survey of 608 Japanese adults who just started smoking cessation, and measures economic-psychological parameters such as the time preference rate and risk aversion coefficient using a conjoint analysis. We reach two main conclusions. First, cessation successes are more risk-averse than cessation failures, both at the starting and finishing points of the survey. Furthermore, between the two points, the time preference rates decrease for cessation successes, while the values increase for cessation failures. Second, we find that along with individual characteristics, economic-psychological parameters are important predictors of successful cessation. The time preference rate has a larger impact on cessation than the risk aversion coefficient. 96 京都大学大学院経済学研究科Working Paper 京都大学大学院経済学研究科 smoking Can economic-psychological parameters predict successful smoking cessation?
2433/47376 Kinoshita, Tamotu 2005/05/01 36 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 30 1431 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hyperbolic equations with non analytic coefficients well posed in all Gevrey classes (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/77121 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1985/11/25 176 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 173 63 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Statistical Exchange Parameter and X-Ray Emission Rates (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Naokazu Koizumi on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/75927 Horio, Masao 1963/01/30 363 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 358 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Comparison between the Effect of Permanganate/Sodium Chloride and That of Permanganate/Water upon Wool
2433/76535 Ikegami, Hidetsugu 1974/07/25 136 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 132 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Non-adiabatic Effect on the Collective g-Factor and the K-Forbidden M1 Transition in ¹⁶⁶Er (Memorial Issue Dedicated to the Late Professor Yoshiaki Uemura)
2433/76539 Tanabe, Tetsumi 1974/07/25 69 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 63 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Optimum Pole Shape for Sextupole Magnet Having Circular Pole Tips (Memorial Issue Dedicated to the Late Professor Yoshiaki Uemura)
2433/77338 Kakigi, Shigeru 1990/10/31 109 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 103 68 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Double-Scattering Corrections to the Quasifree Scattering in the ³He (p,pp)²H Reaction (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hidekuni Takekoshi On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/202571 Murakami, Shota 2015/09/30 It is of great interest from both scientific and practical viewpoints to theoretically predict the thermal-stability changes upon mutations of a protein. However, such a prediction is an intricate task. Up to now, significantly many approaches for the prediction have been reported in the literature. They always include parameters which are adjusted so that the prediction results can be best fitted to the experimental data for a sufficiently large set of proteins and mutations. The inclusion is necessitated to achieve satisfactorily high prediction performance. A problem is that the resulting values of the parameters are often physically meaningless, and the physicochemical factors governing the thermal-stability changes upon mutations are rather ambiguous. Here, we develop a new measure of the thermal stability. Protein folding is accompanied by a large gain of water entropy (the entropic excluded-volume (EV) effect), loss of protein conformational entropy, and increase in enthalpy. The enthalpy increase originates primarily from the following: The energy increase due to the break of protein-water hydrogen bonds (HBs) upon folding cannot completely be cancelled out by the energy decrease brought by the formation of protein intramolecular HBs. We develop the measure on the basis of only these three factors and apply it to the prediction of the thermal-stability changes upon mutations. As a consequence, an approach toward the prediction is obtained. It is distinguished from the previously reported approaches in the following respects: The parameters adjusted in the manner mentioned above are not employed at all, and the entropic EV effect, which is ascribed to the translational displacement of water molecules coexisting with the protein in the system, is fully taken into account using a molecular model for water. Our approach is compared with one of the most popular approaches, FOLD-X, in terms of the prediction performance not only for single mutations but also for double, triple, and higher-fold (up to sevenfold) mutations. It is shown that on the whole our approach and FOLD-X exhibit almost the same performance despite that the latter uses the adjusting parameters. For multiple mutations, however, our approach is far superior to FOLD-X. Five multiple mutations for staphylococcal nuclease lead to highly enhanced stabilities, but we find that this high enhancement arises from the entropic EV effect. The neglect of this effect in FOLD-X is a principal reason for its ill success. A conclusion is that the three factors mentioned above play essential roles in elucidating the thermal-stability changes upon mutations. 0021-9606 12 The Journal of chemical physics 143 AIP Publishing On the physics of thermal-stability changes upon mutations of a protein.
2433/151957 Han, Daeseok 2011/09/26 Kyoto University Pavement Management System 国際標準提示のための開放型ハイブリッド道路舗装管理システム開発 Development of Open-source Hybrid Pavement Management System for an International Standard
2433/157057 Iwai, Hiroshi 1999/01/25 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 矩形ダクト内後ろ向きステップ流の流動と熱伝達に関する研究 Flow and Heat Transfer Characteristics of Backward-Facing Step Flow in a Rectangular Duct
2433/85396 伊賀, 淳郎 2009/09/24 京都大学 構造最適化 熱拡散と剛性の最大化を目的とした熱伝達境界のある熱弾性体の構造最適化
2433/192176 Pichnaree Lalitaporn 2014/09/24 Kyoto University 大気・熱環境工学 アジア地域を対象とした衛星観測および地上観測, モデルシミュレーションを利用した大気汚染物質の長期変動の解析 LONG-TERM ANALYSIS OF AIR POLLUTANTS USING SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS, GROUND MEASUREMENTS, AND MODEL SIMULATIONS OVER ASIA
2433/188871 Otsuka, Takuma 2014/03/24 Kyoto University microphone array processing ベイズ法によるマイクロフォンアレイ処理 Bayesian Microphone Array Processing
2433/207788 TAHARA, HIDETOSHI 2013/03/01 209 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 203 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35A20 Nonlinear partial differential equations and logarithmic singularities (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/207814 YOSHIDA, Takahiko 2013/04/01 232 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 215 B39 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 19K56 Equivariant local index (Geometry of Transformation Groups and Combinatorics)
2433/209003 Imamura, Kohei 2016/01/01 Facing potential coastal disasters such as storm surges, storm waves, and tsunamis, Japan has planned the construction of coastal structures such as seawalls or breakwaters along its coastal areas. However, some conflicts exist among the public whether such constructions should be undertaken or whether the natural coast should be conserved. This study uses a choice experiment to investigate opinions of coastal citizens about (1) the acceptable loss of coastal wildlife species as a tradeoff for seawalls; (2) the willingness to pay (WTP) for conservation of coastal wildlife as a compromise for disaster risk reduction; (3) the influence on popular preferences in coastal management of individual characteristics, such as frequency of visiting the sea and public recognition of disaster risk; and (4) civil trust in scientific information. The survey was conducted among 7496 respondents in municipalities around the Japanese coast. As a result, the acceptable loss of coastal wildlife species was 18.7 %. The marginal WTP for conserving the coastal wildlife was 680.95 JPY per percent in the number of species per capita. We found that people who frequently visit the sea preferred ecosystem conservation and disliked seawall construction, whereas people strongly recognizing disaster risks preferred seawall construction. Furthermore, we found that civil trust in scientific information affects civil preferences regarding coastal management. Our study indicates the need to reduce negative effects of coastal constructions on coastal ecosystems and to consider other options, such as ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction. It also indicates the social influences of raising public trust in scientific information to enable citizens to make better decisions regarding coastal management. 巨大防潮堤建設では生態系にも配慮を -全国沿岸地域7500人のアンケートで明らかに-. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2016-03-09. 0921-030X Natural Hazards Springer Netherlands Coastal disaster Attitudes toward disaster-prevention risk in Japanese coastal areas: analysis of civil preference
2433/209036 TSUJIMOTO, Satoshi 2013/08/01 204 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 181 B41 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 33C45 Construction of the exceptional orthogonal polynomials and its application to the superintegrable system (The breadth and depth of nonlinear discrete integrable systems)
2433/214764 Umemura, Hiroshi 2002/01/01 83 代数幾何学シンポジューム記録 76 2002 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the definitions of the Painlevé equations
2433/215842 Tsuboi, Aya 2016/05/12 This study investigated the seasonal environmental characteristics for tropical cyclone genesis (TCG) over the Indian Ocean during the Cooperative Indian Ocean Experiment on Intraseasonal Variability in the Year 2011 and the Dynamics of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) (CINDY2011/DYNAMO) field experiment and compare them with long-term climatological features. It was found that the spatial pattern of an empirical environmental index for TCG over the tropical Indian Ocean in 2011 is very similar to the feature composited over the years with high activity of MJO. The analyses of the contributions from each environmental factor indicated that relative humidity, absolute vorticity, and vertical velocity contribute to generate positive influences on the conditions for TCG in 2011. The influences of La Niña appear only through a shear effect over the Indian Ocean in 2011. Under the influences of active MJO events during the CINDY2011/DYNAMO period, the environmental conditions for TCG over the Indian Ocean are determined more strongly by MJO than by La Niña, through modifications of some environmental properties favorable for TCG. The environmental characteristics during CINDY2011/DYNAMO seem to be quite typical of the MJO active years; in such a case, the influences of El Niño/La Niña would not appear in determining the environmental conditions for TCG over the Indian Ocean. 2073-4433 5 Atmosphere 7 MDPI AG Madden-Julian Oscillation Seasonal environmental characteristics for the tropical cyclone genesis in the Indian Ocean during the CINDY2011/DYNAMO field experiment
2433/180635 Okazaki, Kenta 2013/11/25 Kyoto University E6線型スケインから構成される, 3次元多様体の状態和不変量 The state sum invariant of 3-manifolds constructed from the E6 linear skein
2433/216697 Fukuma, Masafumi 2016/07/01 2050-3911 7 Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics 2016 Oxford University Press (OUP) Massive higher spin fields in curved spacetime and necessity of non-minimal couplings
2433/193468 Neukirch, Amanda J. 2014/03/01 The review discusses the results of ab initio time-dependent density functional theory and non-adiabatic molecular dynamics simulations of photoinduced dynamics of charges, excitons, plasmons, and phonons in semiconductor and metallic quantum dots (QDs). The simulations create an explicit time-domain representation of the excited-state processes, including elastic and inelastic electron–phonon scattering, multiple exciton generation, fission, and recombination. These nonequilibrium phenomena control the optical and electronic properties of QDs. Our approach can account for QD size and shape, as well as chemical details of QD structure, such as dopants, defects, core/shell regions, surface ligands, and unsaturated bonds. Each of these variations significantly alters the properties of photoexcited QDs. The insights reported in this review provide a comprehensive understanding of the excited-state dynamics in QDs and suggest new ways of controlling the photo-induced processes. The design principles that follow, guide development of photovoltaic cells, electronic and spintronic devices, biological labels, and other systems rooted in the unique physical and chemical properties of nanoscale materials. 181 0010-8545 Coordination Chemistry Reviews 161 263-264 Elsevier B.V. Semiconductor and metal nanoparticles Time-domain ab initio modeling of excitation dynamics in quantum dots
2433/189387 Kono, Hisaki 2014/09/01 The advent of microcredit financing has remarkably improved access to credit for the poor in many developing countries. Although several microcredit programs have adopted the joint liability scheme, economic theory suggests that joint liability could increase strategic default through contagion and free-riding. This paper aims at studying the extent of free-riding and contagion in joint liability lending. By using data from experimental repayment games conducted in Vietnam, with noisy signals that resemble actual microcredit programs, we found that subjects were motivated to free-ride under the joint liability scheme. While most empirical research in this area has focused on the problem of contagion, our findings point to the significance of investigating free-riding behavior under joint liability schemes. Analyses reveal that the free-riding tendency may be led by the irresponsiveness of repayment and shouldering behavior to the partner’s seemingly strategic default in the previous round. 113 0889-1583 Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 96 33 Elsevier Inc. Microcredit Microcredit games with noisy signals: Contagion and free-riding
2433/141817 Hama, Takayuki 2010/12/04 A crystal-plasticity finite-element analysis of the loading–unloading process under uniaxial tension of a rolled magnesium alloy sheet was carried out, and the mechanism of the inelastic response during unloading was examined, focusing on the effects of basal and nonbasal slip systems. The prismatic and basal slip systems were mainly activated during loading, but the activation of the prismatic slip systems was more dominant. Thus the overall stress level during loading was determined primarily by the prismatic slip systems. The prismatic slip systems were hardly activated during unloading because the stress level was of course lower than that during loading. On the other hand, because the strength of the basal slip systems was much lower than that of the prismatic slip systems, the basal slip systems would be easily activated under the stress level during unloading in the opposite direction when their Schmid’s resolved shear stresses changed signs because of the inhomogeneity of the material. These results indicated that one explanation for the inelastic behavior during unloading was that the basal slip systems were primarily activated owing to their low strengths compared to that of the prismatic slip systems. Numerical tests using the sheets with random orientations and with the more pronounced texture were conducted to further examine the mechanism. 1092 0749-6419 7 International Journal of Plasticity 1072 27 Elsevier Ltd. Magnesium Crystal-plasticity finite-element analysis of inelastic behavior during unloading in a magnesium alloy sheet
2433/43533 MARUYAMA, T 1991/10/01 3851 0021-8979 7 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 3848 http://link.aip.org/link/?jap/70/3848 70 AMER INST PHYSICS Indium-tin oxide thin films prepared by chemical vapor deposition
2433/43534 MARUYAMA, T 1992/03/15 2917 0021-8979 6 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 2915 http://link.aip.org/link/?jap/71/2915 71 AMER INST PHYSICS Fluorine-doped indium oxide thin films prepared by chemical vapor deposition
2433/187034 Seko, Atsuto 2014/02/01 A combination of systematic density-functional theory (DFT) calculations and machine learning techniques has a wide range of potential applications. This study presents an application of the combination of systematic DFT calculations and regression techniques to the prediction of the melting temperature for single and binary compounds. Here we adopt the ordinary least-squares regression, partial least-squares regression, support vector regression, and Gaussian process regression. Among the four kinds of regression techniques, SVR provides the best prediction. The inclusion of physical properties computed by the DFT calculation to a set of predictor variables makes the prediction better. In addition, limitation of the predictive power is shown when extrapolation from the training dataset is required. Finally, a simulation to find the highest melting temperature toward the efficient materials design using kriging is demonstrated. The kriging design finds the compound with the highest melting temperature much faster than random designs. This result may stimulate the application of kriging to efficient materials design for a broad range of applications. 1098-0121 5 Physical Review B 89 American Physical Society Machine learning with systematic density-functional theory calculations: Application to melting temperatures of single- and binary-component solids
2433/187967 Nishinaka, Junichi 2012/08/07 We investigate anisotropic lattice relaxation in non-c-plane InGaN/GaN multiple quantum wells(MQWs).Transmission electron microscopy analyses of semipolar (11{2¯}2)MQWs reveal that lattice relaxation preferentially occurs along the [{1¯}{1¯}23] direction by introducing misfit dislocations (MDs) with a Burgers vector of {⅓}[11{2¯}0]. To theoretically describe this anisotropic relaxation phenomenon, we expand the force-balance model, where the competition between the force induced by lattice mismatch and the tension of dislocations determines the motion of dislocations. Furthermore, because MDs are introduced at the interface between the bottom InGaNQW and the underlying GaN, we propose to treat InGaN/GaN MQWs as InGaN single layers with effective In compositions. Applying this structure model to the theoretical calculation of the critical layer thicknesses reproduces well the experimentally observed lattice relaxation. This achievement enables us to design semipolar InGaN/GaN MQWstructures without lattice relaxation, thereby realizing higher internal emission quantum efficiencies. 0021-8979 3 Journal of Applied Physics 112 AIP Publishing Anisotropic lattice relaxation in non-c-plane InGaN/GaN multiple quantum wells
2433/187983 Kobayakawa, Murino 2013/08/14 The movement of particles in the range from 0.5 to 500 μm in mass median diameter on a two-dimensional vibrating plate is observed through a high-speed digital camera with a zoom lens. The results show that larger particles saltate higher, while smaller particles easily agglomerate and slightly saltate because of the low restitution of their loosely packed structure. The salation heights are in good agreement with the results calculated by a model based on gravity, adhesion, drag force, and restitution. "Powders and Grains 2013"; Conference date: 8–12 July 2013; Location: Sydney, Australia 994 9780735411661 0094-243X AIP Conference Proceedings: Powders and Grains 2013 991 1542 AIP Publishing vibration Analysis of Behavior of Small Agglomerated Particles on Two-dimensional Vibrating Plate
2433/189226 辻, 聖晃 2011/07/01 A model reduction method is proposed for an elastic high-rise building with viscous dampers subjected to earthquake ground motion. A set of story stiffnesses of the reduced model is found under the equivalent conditions that the original model without dampers and its reduced model possess the same fundamental natural frequency and fundamental mode shape. A reduced model of the time-dependent earthquake inertia force is also proposed by requiring the equivalence of displacements at representative floor levels in both models without inertia and damping terms. A set of damping coefficients and a set of relief loads of bilinear-type viscous dampers of the reduce model are found under the equivalent conditions that the original model with dampers and its reduced model possess the same lowest-mode damping ratio and energy dissipation mode shape. Numerical examples are presented to demonstrate the efficiency and accuracy of the proposed method. It is concluded that the proposed method can substantially reduce the number of degrees of freedom in the time history analysis within an acceptable accuracy. Transactions of AIJ. Journal of structural and construction engineering 1290 1340-4202 665 日本建築学会構造系論文集 1281 76 一般社団法人日本建築学会 Viscous damper MODEL REDUCTION METHOD FOR BUILDINGS WITH VISCOUS DAMPERS UNDER EARTHQUAKE LOADING 地震動を受ける粘性ダンパー付建物の層方向自由度に関する縮約法
2433/203543 Fujiwara, Koichi 2015/09/01 Appropriate input variables have to be selected for building highly accurate soft sensor. A novel input variable selection method based on nearest correlation spectral clustering (NCSC) has been proposed, and it is referred to as NCSC-based variable selection (NCSC-VS). Although NCSC-VS can select appropriate input variables, a lot of parameters have to be tuned carefully for selecting proper variables. The present work proposes a new methodology for efficient input variable selection by integrating NCSC and group Lasso. The proposed NCSC-based group Lasso (NCSC-GL) can not only reduce the number of tuning parameters but also achieve almost the same performance as NCSC-VS. The usefulness of the proposed NCSC-GL is demonstrated through applications to soft sensor design for a pharmaceutical process and a chemical process. 379 0019-0578 ISA Transactions 367 58 Elsevier Ltd. Soft-sensor design Efficient input variable selection for soft-senor design based on nearest correlation spectral clustering and group Lasso
2433/197163 Nakajima, Hiraku 2011/04/22 335 2156-2261 2 Kyoto Journal of Mathematics 263 51 Duke University Press Perverse coherent sheaves on blowup, III: Blow-up formula from wall-crossing
2433/217234 Hayashi, Hiroo 1998/08/27 Temperature data derived from the cryogenic limb array etalon spectrometer (CLAES) on board the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) are used to investigate planetary-scale temperature disturbances near the equatorial stratopause for January 1992 to May 1993. The disturbances are characterized by vertically stacked temperature extrema of alternating sign with a vertical scale of about 10 km and have a localized and stationary nature in the longitudinal direction with persistence of about 1 week. These are nearly identical to so-called “pancake structures” first identified by Hitchman et al. [1987] using data from the limb infrared monitor of the stratosphere (LIMS). Their analysis suggested that pancake structures are consistent with those predicted by inertial instability theory and that their appearance is synchronized with strong planetary waves in the winter midlatitude, though the LIMS observations were made only during the northern winter. Using the CLAES data for about 14 months, this study shows that pancake structures occur not only during the northern winter but also during the southern winter. In addition, it is found that an equatorial pancake structure has its counterpart with reversed phase in the winter midlatitude, suggesting clear evidence for inertial instability. Further analyses on the basis of Ertel's potential vorticity show that inertially unstable regions intrude locally far into the winter hemisphere around pancake structures that appear when planetary wave breaking is going on. This implies a mechanism of localized inertial instability and resulting pancake structures caused by midlatitude planetary waves in the winter hemisphere, as some numerical studies have inferred. 19483 2169-897X D16 Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 19469 103 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Vertically stacked temperature disturbances near the equatorial stratopause as seen in cryogenic limb array etalon spectrometer data
2433/84839 Saito, Yasushi 2009/06/01 Dynamic behavior of a two-phase bubble, i.e. a steam bubble containing a droplet evaporating in the bubble, in the molten alloy was clearly visualized using high-frame-rate neutron radiography. In relation to some direct contact heat exchanger design with molten lead-bismuth (Pb-Bi), experiments have been done at JRR-3M of JAEA (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) with water droplets evaporating in a stable thermally stratified Newton's alloy pool. The instantaneous shape and size of the bubble has been iteratively estimated from the void fraction distributions and total void volume by assuming a symmetrical bubble shape. 196 01689002 1-2 Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 192 605 Elsevier Bubble shape Shape measurement of bubble in a liquid metal
2433/63647 2000/01/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1128 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/64455 2000/10/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1173 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/52531 Dantsuji, Masatake 1984/01/01 14 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 1 18 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO A Study on Voiceless Nasals in Burmese.
2433/65233 Komatsu, Koichi 2000/03/01 Benzene 1, naphthalene 2, biphenylene 3, and anthracene 4, fully annelated with bicyclo[2.2.2]octene were transformed into the corresponding radical cations, and their structures were clarified by X-ray crystallography. The remarkable stability of these salts are ascribed to the electronic and steric effects of the bicyclic frameworks. 1,4-Dithiin 5 annelated with the same bicyclic units was also oxidized into the stable salt of the radical cation, and the structure examined by X-ray crystallography. The ESR study indicated that the spin is effectively delocalized into the bicyclic frameworks. Dithiin 5 was further oxidized into the dication, which was shown to be 6π aromatic by the NMR and theoretical studies. 33 1342-0321 ICR annual report 32 6 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University cyclic voltammetry π-Conjugated Radical Cations Stabilized by Surrounding Bicyclic σ-Frameworks (ORGANIC MATERIALS CHEMISTRY-High-Pressure Organic Chemistry)
2433/65368 2003/03/01 9 1342-0321 ICR annual report 8 9 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Solutions and Interfaces
2433/65321 YOKO, Toshinobu 2002/03/01 23 1342-0321 ICR annual report 22 8 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Preparation of low-melting hybrid glasses through non-aqueous acid-base reaction / Large photoreftactivity in Ge-doped silica glasses waveguide / Photocatalysis in advanced TiO2 film electrodes (SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY - Amorphous Materials)
2433/88681 Blyholder, G. 1973/10/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 F40 0525-2997 1 物性研究 F37 21 物性研究刊行会 CNDO Calculations for Small Clusters of Ni Atoms and Hydrogen Atoms Chemisorbed on the Clusters
2433/47058 Takagi, Toshiharu 1978/08/20 26 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 17 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Ultrasonic velocity in binary mixtures under high pressures and their thermodynamic properties II : binary mixtures for benzene-toluene and benzene-o-xylene
2433/47071 Hongo, Masaru 1979/07/25 10 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Initial density dependence of gas viscosity
2433/46644 Tamaru, Seturo 1947/09/15 5 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 20 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Differential heat of sorption of vapor on active charcoal : I. Apparatus and method of measurement (Commemoration volume dedicated to Prof. Shinkichi Horiba in celebration of his sixtieth birthday)
2433/73304 堀口, 光章 2007/04/01 464 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 455 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 50 京都大学防災研究所 大気境界層 Observations of Turbulence Structures in the Nearly Neutral Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Summary of the Analysis 中立に近い安定度の大気境界層における乱流構造の観測 : 解析のまとめ
2433/89110 Ohnari, Itsuo 1976/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 B15 0525-2997 6 物性研究 B11 25 物性研究刊行会 8)Central Peak in the Tunneling Model and its Extended Model
2433/93556 Katsura, Shigetoshi 1989/02/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 424 0527-2997 5 物性研究 418 51 物性研究刊行会 8.スピングラスにおける位相空間の断面(基研研究会「相転移研究の新手法とその応用」,研究会報告) 8. A section of the ground state energy of the spin glass in the phase space
2433/95746 Fujimoto, Takashi 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 627 0527-2997 3 物性研究 626 66 物性研究刊行会 TURING INSTABILITY IN THE OREGONATOR MODEL(Session IV : Structures & Patterns, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95802 Ueshima, Y. 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 479 0527-2997 3 物性研究 478 66 物性研究刊行会 N-body Lyapunov exponent in strongly coupled plasmas(Session II : Chaos, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95773 Yasui, K. 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 561 0527-2997 3 物性研究 560 66 物性研究刊行会 VARIATION OF LIQUID TEMPERATURE NEAR A SONOLUMINESCING BUBBLE(Session III : Complex Fluids, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95819 OSHIO, Ken-ichi 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 437 0527-2997 3 物性研究 436 66 物性研究刊行会 RECOMBINATION INSTABILITY INDUCED CURRENT OSCILLATIONS IN SEMICONDUCTORS(Session I : Cross-Disciplinary Physics, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/110529 Aoki, Masanao 2006/07/20 Long-run behavior of Poisson-Dirichlet two-parameter models are summarized. It is shown that the non-self averaging behavior in physics has a counterpart in the Poisson-Dirichlet two-parameter model. Implications to economic and financial modeling are mentioned. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 572 0727-2997 4 物性研究 570 86 物性研究刊行会 Cluster Distributions in the Long-Run : Two-Parameter Models
2433/95031 Komura, Shigeyuki 1993/02/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 662 0527-2997 5 物性研究 658 59 物性研究刊行会 Complex Shear Viscosity of Dilute Microemulsions
2433/60466 FUJIMORI, MASAMI 1996/08/01 58 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 56 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE SOLUTIONS OF THUE EQUATIONS(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/60461 Harase, T. 1996/08/01 92 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 90 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXTENDED FORMAL POWER SERIES AND G-FUNCTIONS(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/58590 2006/07/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1510 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/191928 佐道, 健 1989/12/13 木材中の水分の拡散がFickの法則に従うと仮定して, 木材の吸・脱湿過程を有限差分法を用いてシミュレーションを行ない, 平均拡散係数の推定, 拡散係数を用いた吸・脱湿平衡時間の算出, 木材表面上に湿気の伝達層を仮定した場合の見掛けの拡散係数の意義についての検討を行なった。1) 木材表面では瞬間的に外気と水分平衡に達すると仮定した場合: 含水率依存性の拡散過程について, 初期および平衡含水率に対応するそれぞれの拡散係数と平均拡散係数Dの関係を求め, 吸・脱湿いずれの場合も平均拡散係数Dの値には初期含水率に対応する拡散係数の寄与が大きいことを明らかにした。ここで含水率依存性の拡散過程と平均拡散係数を用いた拡散過程とを比較すると, それぞれの過程の終期において吸湿では含水率依存性の拡散過程が速やかに進行し, 脱湿では逆に平均拡散係数を用いた拡散過程の方が速やかに進行する。次いで, 木材の吸・脱湿平衡時間を知るため, 吸・脱湿量が平衡量の0. 5, および0. 99に達する迄の時間t_<0. 5>およびt_<0. 99>を算出した結果, t_<0. 99>, /t_<0. 5>の値は相対湿度の変動範囲40 - 80％で, 吸湿で6. 5 - 8. 5, 脱湿で10. 0 - 13. 0の範囲にあることが分かった。2) 木材表面上に湿気の伝達層を仮定し, この層を通しての湿度平衡の容易さを表わすパラメータ(表面伝達係数, K) を定義した場合: 密度および厚さが異なる木材の吸湿過程で, 表面伝達係数を変化させた場合に見掛けの拡散係数D_がどのように変化するかを算出した。次いで, 見掛けの拡散係数を用いた吸湿過程と表面伝達層を考えた場合の吸湿過程を比較し, 両曲線はt_<0. 5>で交叉するが, 吸湿の初期および終期では両曲線の差はKの値が小さいほど大きくなることを明らかにした。 318 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 310 61 京都大学農学部附属演習林 Computer simulation of sorption process of wood. 木材の吸・脱湿過程のコンピュータ・シミュレーション
2433/194999 Takahashi, Tadashi 2013/07/01 165 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 163 1843 京都大学数理解析研究所 Geometric Properties of Plane Quartics (Computer Algebra : The Algorithms, Implementations and the Next Generation)
2433/195083 村重, 淳 2013/08/01 131 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 1848 京都大学数理解析研究所 複素領域の境界上における直交多項式展開 (次世代計算科学の基盤技術とその展開)
2433/195227 Sakai, Akira 2013/10/01 81 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 80 1855 京都大学数理解析研究所 Application of the lace expansion to the $varphi^4$ model (Probability Symposium)
2433/194608 Nakano, Yumiharu 2012/12/01 157 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 1818 京都大学数理解析研究所 An approximation scheme for optimal stochastic control problems (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/194555 白柳, 潔 2012/10/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 1814 京都大学数理解析研究所 安定化理論に基づくISCZ法の有効性について (Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/77035 1983/08/15 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 61 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 井上雄三教授略歴 Emeritus Professor Yuzo Inouye, Cover & Contents
2433/26493 西上, 欽也 2005/04/01 142 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 133 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no48/48b0/a48b0p14.pdf 48 京都大学防災研究所 2004年新潟県中越地震 Crustal heterogeneity in the source region of the 2004 Mid Niigata Prefecture earthquake -Analyses of scattered waves and fault-zone trapped waves- 2004年新潟県中越地震の震源域における不均質構造の推定 : 散乱波および断層トラップ波の解析
2433/65486 2006/03/01 33 1342-0321 ICR annual report 32 12 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Solution and Interface Chemistry
2433/180431 Lin, Xiaoyan 2012/10/07 The Tenth International Symposium on Mitigation of Geo-disasters in Asia. Kyoto Symposium. Place: Uji Campus, Kyoto University. Date: 7 October 2012 77 Kyoto Conference Proceedings (The Tenth International Symposium on Mitigation of Geo-disasters in Asia = 第10回地震・地盤災害軽減に関するアジア会議及び現地討論会) 75 Research on Permeability test of loess in Heifangtai Platform under different consolidation pressures
2433/182600 Matsuo, Miyuki 2013/02/01 22 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 21 8 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Color Change of Lignocellulosic Materials during Natural Aging and Heat Treatment
2433/207823 KOZLOWSKI, Andrzej 2013/04/01 61 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 51 B39 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 55P10 Spaces of equivariant algebraic maps from real projective spaces into complex projective spaces (Geometry of Transformation Groups and Combinatorics)
2433/215147 Takemura, Kazushi 2016/01/01 In a high-resolution atmospheric model, the terrain is resolved in detail, and thus steeper and more complex terrain can be represented. Thus, we developed an atmospheric model that represents the terrain by using the Chimera grid method, which represents the computational region as a composite of overlapping grids. To test this model, we simulated a lee wave over a semicircular mountain and one over a tall semi-elliptical mountain. The results show that the Chimera grid method can be used to represent a very steep terrain which terrain-following coordinates and numerically generated coordinates cannot represent appropriately. 114 1530-261X Atmospheric Science Letters 109 17 John Wiley and Sons Ltd. Chimera grid method Development of a non-hydrostatic atmospheric model using the Chimera grid method for a steep terrain
2433/197221 Toyooka, Tsuguyoshi 2010/11/29 To reveal macromolecular crowding effects on a chemical reaction of a BLUF (sensors of blue light using FAD) protein (PixD from a thermophilic cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus BP-1 [TePixD, Tll0078]), the photoreaction was studied at various concentrations of the macromolecule Ficoll-70 by UV/Vis absorption spectroscopy and the pulsed laser-induced transient grating (TG) method. The absorption spectrum did not change with varying concentration of Ficoll-70. The crowding did not affect the quantum yield of the spectral red shift reaction, recovery rate of the product, rate constant of the volume change reaction and the magnitude of the volume change. However, the magnitude of the TG signal representing the diffusion-sensitive conformation change significantly increased on addition of Ficoll-70. This dependence was attributed to the crowding effect on the TePixD decamer-pentamer equilibrium in the solution. This result indicates that the TePixD reaction is more efficient in cellular than in in vitro conditions. 589 0031-8655 3 Photochemistry and photobiology 584 87 wiley Macromolecular crowding effects on reactions of TePixD (Tll0078).
2433/39985 Negoro, Y 2002/09/01 1510 0018-9383 9 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES 1505 49 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Avalanche phenomena in 4H-SiC p-n diodes fabricated by aluminum or boron implantation
2433/123368 Ikeda, Kazuhiro 2008/03/01 In this study, we investigated the partition property of pyrene onto cell membrane using synthetic membrane vesicles consisted of several phospholipids and the effect of natural organic matters (NOM) on the partition. Membrane fluidity and membrane phase affected partition coefficient (P mw ) of pyrene onto the membrane. P mw was larger for the liposome in liquid crystalline phase > in ripple phase > in gel phase. Pyrene did not undergo the steric interfere in partition onto the membrane used in this study. Negative charge of the membrane did not affect P mw of pyrene. Suwannee River Natural Organic Matter (NOM) and Nordic fulvic acid affected the partition of pyrene onto the TRANSIL® membrane. The reason was confirmed that NOM associated pyrene did not partition onto the membrane. Low molecular weigh fraction of SRNOM had strong effect on the partition as much as high molecular weigh fraction. From calorimetrical analysis, it was found that SRNOM did not affect the fluidity of the dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine (DMPC) membrane. 97 1226-7988 2 KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 91 12 Springer pyrene Partition property of pyrene onto synthetic membrane vesicles and the effects of natural organic matters
2433/126666 Kohama, Kazuyuki 2009/09/01 A new fabrication technique to prepare ultrathin barrier layers for nanoscale Cu wires was proposed in our previous studies. Ti-rich layers formed at Cu(Ti)/dielectric layer interfaces consisted of crystalline TiC or TiSi and amorphous Ti oxides. The primary control factor for the Ti-rich interface layer composition was C concentration in the dielectric layers rather than the formation enthalpy of the Ti compounds. To investigate Ti-rich interface layer growth in Cu(Ti)/dielectric layer samples annealed in ultrahigh vacuum, Rutherford backscattering spectrometry (RBS) was employed in the present study. Ti peaks were obtained only at the interfaces for all samples. Molar amounts of Ti atoms segregated to the interfaces (n) were estimated from Ti peak areas. Log n values were proportional to log t values. Slopes were similar for all samples, suggesting similar growth mechanisms. The activation energy (E) for Ti atoms reacting with the dielectric layers containing carbon (except SiO2) tended to decrease with decreasing C concentration (decreasing k), while those for the SiO2 layers were much higher. Reaction rate coefficients [Z · exp(−E/RT)] were insensitive to C concentration in the dielectric layers. These factors lead to the conclusion that growth of the Ti-rich interface layers is controlled by chemical reactions, represented by the Z and E values, of the Ti atoms with the dielectric layers, although there are a few diffusion processes possible. 1920 0361-5235 9 Journal of Electronic Materials 1913 38 Springer Cu(Ti) alloy film Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry Analysis of Self-Formed Ti-Rich Interface Layer Growth in Cu(Ti)/Low-k Samples
2433/197168 Okuda, Hiroshi 2010/11/15 The grazing incidence small-angle x-ray scattering (GISAXS) intensity from buried Ge nanodots is examined both by GISAXS/reflectivity measurements and by simulations with distorted wave Born approximation (DWBA). The validity and the condition of using the Born approximation (BA) are discussed using simulations based on the layer structures modeled from a reflectivity analysis. As expected in the previous kinematic analysis, use of the BA is reasonable in determining the size and the shape of very small or thin nanodots. Several effects of layer structures on the GISAXS analysis are discussed. The title was changed after a peer-review. 0953-8984 47 Journal of physics: Condensed matter 22 IOP Publishing Surfaces A grazing incidence small-angle x-ray scattering analysis on capped Ge nanodots in layer structures.
2433/192775 Misawa, Ryota 2014/09/01 Application of FMM to the volume integral equations for periodic boundary value problem for Maxwell's equations is investigated. We propose effective preconditioners for the discretized volume integral equations. We confirm the accuracy and high performances of the proposed method in several numerical examples including periodic problems near Wood's anomalies. 4804 0018-926X 9 IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 4799 62 IEEE Fast multipole methods Preconditioning of Periodic Fast Multipole Method for Solving Volume Integral Equations
2433/172094 Mizutani, Hideaki 2013/02/01 128 1881-2473 1 Journal of Disaster Research 127 8 Fuji Technology Press Numerical Study on River Embankment Failure Due to Overtopping Flow Considering Infiltration Effects
2433/56176 Domingo, Leonora E. 1984/12/01 An attempt was made to reclassify Tropical Asian paddy soils with respect to their material characteristics, based on data including those of various total trace element status. Data pertaining to contents of both macro and microelements and mechanical composition for 482 samples were processed. By factor analysis, six factors were extracted, each of which appears to represent a different aspect of soil material characteristics. The scores of the six factors were computed and used for numerical classification by means of numerical taxonomy. Based on the dendrogram, seven classes, I-VII, were set up. Of these, two classes (I and III), containing 188 samples, were evaluated to have low capabilities as soil material; two other classes (II and IV), containing 138 samples, to be intermediate; and the remaining three classes (V, VI, and VII), accounting for 156 samples, to have high capabilities. To facilitate objective placement of a new sample into one of the seven classes, discriminant functions were derived for each pair of classes. Compared with the previously established material classification for Tropical Asian paddy soils, the new classification set up in the present study involves more information about different aspects of soil material characteristics, as represented by the six factors, and particularly about the trace element status. By country, Indonesia (Java), Philippines, and Burma appear to have paddy soils with better soil materials. In contrast, the paddy soils of Cambodia, East and West Malaysia, and Thailand have generally poor materials. Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam soils have developed on materials of moderate quality. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 295 0563-8682 3 東南アジア研究 284 22 京都大学東南アジア研究センター A New Soil Material Classification for Tropical Asian Paddy Soils
2433/74804 Sawai, Ikutaro 1951/02/15 35 The Commemoration volume for the silver jubilee 28 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University THE SAWAI LABORATORY
2433/76638 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1976/01/20 443 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 435 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation Behavior of Zinc in the Oxygenation Process of Ferrous Iron
2433/65627 Ohnishi, Hiroshi 2007/12/01 As coastal areas in China achieved economic growth, income disparities between the rural and urban areas have become prominent, and this trend can be measured using Gini coefficients and Theil indices. However, as Williamson (1991) mentioned, there is a possibility that the catching-up process of the poor areas is sometimes measured as a process of widening regional income disparity, for example, from distribution 1 : 1 : 1 : 2 to distribution 1 : 1 : 2 : 2. Moreover, as the rich areas in China are expanding from a few cities to many of its coastal areas as part of this process, the trend of these regional disparities can be regarded as the case suggested by Williamson. Furthermore, in recent years, some of the inner provinces achieved very high growth rates, while growth rates of the richest cities have become relatively lower. In this sense, we can conclude that China's regional income disparity has shifted from the divergence stage to the convergence stage, as aimed by Deng Xiaoping's "get rich first" policy. In other words, China can now be regarded as progressing from an economic growth stage that only focused on the rich to an economic growth stage that focuses on the poor. 163 1349-6786 2 The Kyoto economic review 155 http://joi.jlc.jst.go.jp/JST.JSTAGE/ker/76.155 76 Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University regional disparity Forming Kuznets Curve among Chinese Provinces
2433/50246 Okumura, H 2004/07/01 2702 0018-9464 4 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS 2700 40 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Structured and magnetic switching of thin-film a-HITPERM/SiO2 soft magnetic multilayers
2433/76776 Kubota, Yasushi 1978/07/31 110 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 104 56 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effects of Salts on the stability of Maleylated Tropomyosin
2433/42979 Schmidt, Karl Michael 2003/04/01 31 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 24 1315 京都大学数理解析研究所 SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OF DIRAC SYSTEMS WITH COEFFICIENTS INFINITE AT INFINITY (Wave phenomena and asymptotic analysis)
2433/47036 Takahashi, Shinji 1976/12/25 94 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 88 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Evaluation and correlation of diffusion coefficient data : the most probable values of the self-diffusion coefficients of gaseous methane
2433/129017 NAWAHDA, Amin 2004/03/01 87 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. C 83 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 47 京都大学防災研究所 分布型流出モデル Distributed Runoff Model Linking Surface with Groundwater Processes
2433/134619 Chang, Chia-Lin 2010/11/01 This paper examines the practical usefulness of two new journal performance metrics, namely the Eigenfactor score, which is said to measure "importance", and Article Influence score, which is said to measure "prestige", using the most recent ISI data for 2009 for the 200 most highly cited journals in each of the Sciences and Social Sciences, and compares them with two existing ISI metrics, namely Total Citations and the 5-year Impact Factor (5YIF) of a journal. It is shown that the Sciences and Social Sciences are different in terms of the strength of the relationship of journal performance metrics, although the actual relationships are very similar. Moreover, the importance and prestige journal performance metrics are shown to be closely related to the two existing ISI metrics, and hence add little in practical usefulness to what is already known. These empirical results are compared with existing results in the literature. KIER Discussion Paper 737 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Journal performance metrics Journal Impact Factor Versus Eigenfactor and Article Influence
2433/195422 Kasedou, Masaki 2013/12/01 58 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 49 1868 京都大学数理解析研究所 On discriminants of the homogeneous polynomial at most four degree (Pursuit of the Essence of Singularity Theory)
2433/194761 Takemori, Sho 2013/03/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 1826 京都大学数理解析研究所 $p$-adic Siegel Eisenstein series of degree $n$ (Automorphic forms and automorphic L-functions)
2433/194765 Otsuka, Atomu 2013/03/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 28 1826 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the image of the Saito-Kurokawa lifting over a totally real number field and the Maass relation (Automorphic forms and automorphic L-functions)
2433/195214 Nakashima, Makoto 2013/10/01 191 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 184 1855 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Study on Uniqueness for Super-Brownian Motion in Random Environment (Probability Symposium)
2433/194933 Pasic, Mervan 2013/06/01 47 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 41 1838 京都大学数理解析研究所 Blow-up and pointwise comparison principles for the generalized Riccati differential equation and application to oscillation of some nonlinear ode's (Global qualitative theory of ordinary differential equations and its applications)
2433/195471 MIYAZAKI, TAKUYA 2013/12/01 53 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 48 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON CONFLUENT HYPERGEOMETRIC FUNCTIONS AND REAL ANALYTIC SIEGEL MODULAR FORMS OF DEGREE 2 (Automorphic Representations and Related Topics)
2433/195262 KIKUTA, Kensaku 2013/10/01 40 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 30 1857 京都大学数理解析研究所 Marginal worth vectors for TU games (Some Developments and Applications on Mathematical Models for Decision Processes)
2433/195867 Kang, Hyeonbae 2014/05/01 33 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 26 1896 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some problems related to polarization tensors (Geometry of solutions of partial differential equations)
2433/174300 AOKAGE, KAZUYA 2008/05/01 70 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 63 B8 京都大学数理解析研究所 COMPOUND BASIS FOR THE SPACE OF SYMMETRIC FUNCTIONS (Combinatorial Representation Theory and Related Topics)
2433/174173 IHARA, Yasutaka 2007/12/01 43 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 35 B4 京都大学数理解析研究所 On "M-functions" closely related to the distribution of L'/L-values (Proceedings of the Symposium on Algebraic Number theory and Related Topics)
2433/178434 OSUGI, Jiro 1963/09/01 198 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 193 2 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University PHYSICO-CHEMICAL STUDIES AT PRESSURES
2433/53365 AOKI, Tsutomu 1978/09/30 Stress relaxation measurements for ramie fiber were carried out during hydrolysis with sulfuric acid. The mechanism of stress decay was discussed, and an attempt was made to separate physical and chemical relaxation mechanisms. The results obtained were as follows: (1) The relative stress f(t)/f(1) for ramie fiber during hydrolysis could be represented by the following equation: f(t)/f(1)=A_1 exp (-t/τ_1)+A_2 exp (-t/τ_2) where A_i is a constant and TI is the relaxation time (τ_1<τ_2). It was considered that the first term in the above equation represents the stress decay behavior due to scission of hydrogen bonds in the amorphous region of cellulose, while the second term represents the che mical relaxation due to the scission of glucosidic bonds. (2) The apparent activation energies for the two relaxation processes were 16 kcal/mole (physical relaxation process) and 12 kcal/mole (chemical relaxation process). The activation energy of chemical relaxation was close to that obtained from diffusion controlled reaction. (3) It may be concluded that the value of AI in the above equation represents the fraction of bonds such as hydrogen bonds which contribute to the physical relaxation process. (4) The relaxation time T2 of chemical relaxation was nearly equal to the inverse of the rate constant, 1/k, obtained from measurements of the degree of polymerization. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 32 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 24 64 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Stress Relaxation of Ramie Fiber during Acid Hydrolysis
2433/77166 Sasaki, Yoshihiro 1986/12/06 149 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 140 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 2, 6-Diacetylpyridine Bis (benzoyl hydrazone) and 2, 6-Diacetylpyridine Bis (2-hydroxybenzoyl hydrazone) as Spectrophotometric Reagents for Determinations of Iron (III) and Vanadium (V) (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Toshio TAKADA On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/77185 Nerger, Dittmar 1987/07/21 108 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 97 65 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structural Characteristic of Poly (vinylacetate) Microgel in Solution
2433/54576 1993/03/25 0285-9637 農業計算学研究 25 京都大学農学部農業簿記研究施設 表紙ほか
2433/171683 SHIMAUCHI, HIROKAZU 2011/12/01 113 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 109 1772 京都大学数理解析研究所 Mandelbrot set ON THE COEFFICIENTS OF THE RIEMANN MAPPING FUNCTION FOR THE COMPLEMENT OF THE MANDELBROT SET (Conditions for Univalency of Functions and Applications)
2433/171149 Furukawa, Toshi A 2013/03/01 The standardized mean difference (SMD), also referred to simply as effect size, is often used to summarize the results of a clinical trial when the outcome measure is continuous. SMD is calculated by dividing the difference in the mean scores of the experimental and control groups by their standard deviation (SD). One of the major arguments against SMD is that, if the studied sample is chosen to be artificially homogeneous and thus have a small SD, SMD can be overestimated. On the other hand, smaller SDs raise the chances of finding a statistically significant difference. This study examined whether we can increase sample homogeneity and decrease SD by raising the severity threshold to enter a clinical trial in secondary analyses of individual patient data from three large acute phase schizophrenia trials. Raising the baseline threshold on PANSS and BPRS did reduce the SDs at baseline but SMDs at endpoint remained by and large constant. It is concluded that restricting the entry criteria into schizophrenia trials cannot lead to larger SMDs or to smaller sample size necessary to detect an efficacy signal. 108 0920-9964 1-3 Schizophrenia research 105 144 Elsevier B.V. Clinical trial Can we inflate effect size and thus increase chances of producing "positive" results if we raise the baseline threshold in schizophrenia trials?
2433/182077 Ogawa, Takenobu 2014/01/01 The effects of temperature and moisture content on the drying rate of durum wheat pasta were examined using thermogravimetry and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) at temperature-rising rates of 0.2–1.0 °C/min. The activation energy for the mass transfer coefficient of drying was estimated to be ca. 32 kJ/mol at a moisture contents of 0.14 kg-H[2]O/kg-d.m. or higher, but increased rapidly as the moisture content dropped below this level. The conclusion temperature of the endothermic peak in the DSC and the temperature of the inflection point of the drying characteristics curve were located near the glass transition curve of the durum semolina flour. 13 0960-3085 1 Food and Bioproducts Processing 9 92 Elsevier B.V. Durum semolina dough Thermal analysis of drying process of durum wheat dough under the programmed temperature-rising conditions
2433/201951 Hirooka, Yoshihiro 2015/05/01 Rice is the most important crop in Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR). Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is proposed as a more suitable method to evaluate rice growth in this area because it is independent from cloud and solar illumination. This study analyzed the relationship between the back scattering coefficient (BSC) in SAR images and leaf area index (LAI) of rice. Here, we discuss the applicability of SAR to estimate LAI and its growth rate in farmers’ fields in Lao PDR. 30 farmers’ paddy fields were selected for surveying throughout the growth period in the wet season of 2013, and both LAI and normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) were measured at 4 time periods before the heading period for each field. X-band SAR images from the COSMO-SkyMed system (SAR) were used in this study. BSC was significantly correlated with LAI and NDVI. BSC at 28 of 30 fields was positively correlated with days after transplanting (DAT), and 10 of these results were significant. The increased rate in BSC obtained at the fields where BSC and DAT had a significant correlation, were significantly correlated with that in LAI. This finding suggests that if SAR images demonstrate significant increases of BSC against DAT, the increased rate may also represent LAI growth rate, although uncontrollable water levels and weeds occasionally interrupt observation. This study demonstrates the capacity of SAR to evaluate rice production in developing countries. 122 0378-4290 Field Crops Research 119 176 Elsevier B.V. Back scattering coefficient (BSC) Applicability of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) to evaluate leaf area index (LAI) and its growth rate of rice in farmers’ fields in Lao PDR
2433/139533 Ohta, Shin-ichi 2011/03/01 We give a necessary and sufficient condition on a Randers space for the existence of a measure for which Shenmodifier letter apostrophes S-curvature vanishes everywhere. Moreover, if it exists, such a measure coincides with the Busemann–Hausdorff measure up to a constant multiplication. 178 0926-2245 2 Differential Geometry and its Applications 174 29 Elsevier B.V. Randers spaces Vanishing S-curvature of Randers spaces
2433/50526 Dotera, T 2007/07/01 3019 1478-6435 18-21 Philosophical Magazine 3011 http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/14786430601083348 87 Taylor and Francis Ltd Mean-field theory of Archimedean and quasicrystalline tilings
2433/152203 吉富, 信太 2009/01/01 1991 1340-4202 645 日本建築学会構造系論文集 1983 74 日本建築学会 System identification 内部に未知の振動源を有する建物の剛性と減衰の同時同定法
2433/189189 熨斗, 克哉 2011/05/25 180 1345-6660 51 日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集. 構造系 177 一般社団法人日本建築学会 オイルダンパー Optimal oil damper design in seismically controlled multi-story buildings : Part 3 : Problem including damping coefficients of oil dampers as design variables in addition to relief loads 制振高層建物におけるオイルダンパーの地震動に対する最適配置決定法 : その3 減衰係数を設計変数に加えた問題への拡張 (構造)
2433/54884 Ogino, Kazuhiko 1964/01/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 97 0563-8682 4 東南アジア研究 89 1 京都大学東南アジア研究センター The Estimation of the Standing Crop of the Forest in Northeastern Thailand
2433/46980 Date, Kaoru 1973/09/01 16 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 43 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the p-v-t relations of fluids at high pressure I : the compressibility of ammonia
2433/134617 Bian, Guorui 2010/10/01 In this paper, we develop a modified maximum likelihood (MML) estimator for the multiple linear regression model with underlying student t distribution. We obtain the closed form of the estimators, derive the asymptotic properties, and demonstrate that the MML estimator is more appropriate for estimating the parameters of the Capital Asset Pricing Model by comparing its performance with least squares estimators (LSE) on the monthly returns of US portfolios. The empirical results reveal that the MML estimators are more efficient than LSE in terms of the relative efficiency of one-step-ahead forecast mean square error in small samples. KIER Discussion Paper 735 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Maximum likelihood estimators Robust Estimation and Forecasting of the Capital Asset Pricing Model
2433/159488 Haruna, Akane 2010/03/07 [Background]Health status, dyspnea and psychological status are important clinical outcomes in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). However, forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) measured by spirometry, the standard measurement of airflow limitation, has only a weak relationship with these outcomes in COPD. Recently, in addition to spirometry, impulse oscillometry (IOS) measuring lung resistance (R) and reactance (X) is increasingly being used to assess pulmonary functional impairment. [Methods]We aimed to identify relationships between IOS measurements and patient-reported outcomes in 65 outpatients with stable COPD. We performed pulmonary function testing, IOS, high-resolution computed tomography (CT), and assessment of health status using the St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ), dyspnea using the Medical Research Council (MRC) scale and psychological status using the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS). We then investigated the relationships between these parameters. For the IOS measurements, we used lung resistance at 5 and 20 Hz (R5 and R20, respectively) and reactance at 5 Hz (X5). Because R5 and R20 are regarded as reflecting total and proximal airway resistance, respectively, the fall in resistance from R5 to R20 (R5-R20) was used as a surrogate for the resistance of peripheral airways. X5 was also considered to represent peripheral airway abnormalities. [Results]R5-R20 and X5 were significantly correlated with the SGRQ and the MRC. These correlation coefficients were greater than when using other objective measurements of pulmonary function, R20 on the IOS and CT instead of R5-R20 and X5. Multiple regression analyses showed that R5-R20 or X5 most significantly accounted for the SGRQ and MRC scores. [Conclusions]IOS measurements, especially indices of peripheral airway function, are significantly correlated with health status and dyspnea in patients with COPD. Therefore, in addition to its simplicity and non-invasiveness, IOS may be a useful clinical tool not only for detecting pulmonary functional impairment, but also to some extent at least estimating the patient's quality of daily life and well-being. 1471-2466 BMC pulmonary medicine 10 BioMed Central Ltd. Relationship between peripheral airway function and patient-reported outcomes in COPD: a cross-sectional study.
2433/124902 WAKABAYASHI, Minoru 1981/09/01 169 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 151 31 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Experimental Study on the Dynamic Characteristics of Isolated Structures
2433/125205 Taniguchi, Kichihiko 1931/12/01 85 0023-6055 2 Kyoto University Economic Review 68 6 Department of Economics in the Imperial University of Kyoto CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SPOT QUOTATIONS AND FUTURE QUOTATIONS OF JAPANESE RICE
2433/125279 Takata, Yasuma 1937/07/01 20 0023-6055 1 Kyoto University Economic Review 1 12 Department of Economics in the Imperial University of Kyoto DETERMINATION OF THE RATE OF INTEREST
2433/124929 NISHIMURA, Keiichi 1984/12/01 201 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 187 34 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University A Schematic Model of Development of Active Continental Margins as Inferred from Particular Features of Global-Scale Geoid Undulations
2433/187884 Pelinovsky, Dmitry 2011/05/01 50 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 37 B26 京都大学数理解析研究所 Survey on global existence in the nonlinear Dirac equations in one spatial dimension (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/198070 SUZUKI, Kazuyoshi 2012/08/01 396 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 383 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11E45 Partial Epstein zeta functions on binary linear codes and their functional equations (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/195300 KATAOKA, Kiyoomi 2013/11/01 204 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 194 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 51F99 A system of fifth-order PDE's describing surfaces containing 2 families of circular arcs and the reduction to a system of fifth-order ODE's (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/214297 Ikeda, Takashi 2015/07/01 Observing paired colors with a different hue (in terms of chroma and lightness) engenders pleasantness from such harmonious combinations; however, negative reactions can emerge from disharmonious combinations. Currently, neural mechanisms underlying the esthetic and emotional aspects of color perception remain unknown. The current study reports evidence regarding the neural correlates of color harmony and disharmony. Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to assess brain regions activated by harmonious or disharmonious color combinations in comparison to other stimuli. Results showed that the left medial orbitofrontal cortex (mOFC) and left amygdala were activated when participants observed harmonious and disharmonious stimuli, respectively. Taken together, these findings suggest that color disharmony may depend on stimulus properties and more automatic neural processes mediated by the amygdala, whereas color harmony is harder to discriminate based on color characteristics and is reflected by the esthetic value represented in the mOFC. This study has a limitation that we could not exclude the effect of preference for color combination, which has a strong positive correlation with color harmony. 1662-5161 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9 Frontiers color harmony Color harmony represented by activity in the medial orbitofrontal cortex and amygdala
2433/216554 Takano, Yuta 2016/01/01 A series of porphyrin-fullerene linked molecules has been synthesized to evaluate the effects of substituents and molecular structures on their charge-separation yield and the lifetime of a final charge-separated state in various hydrophilic environments. The selected high-performance molecule effectively achieved depolarization in a plasma cell membrane by visible light as well as two-photon excitation using a near-infrared light laser. Moreover, it was revealed that the depolarization can trigger neuronal firing in rat hippocampal neurons, demonstrating the potential and versatility for controlling cell functions using light. 3337 2041-6539 Chemical Science 3331 7 Royal Society of Chemistry Optical control of neuronal firing: Via photoinduced electron transfer in donor-acceptor conjugates
2433/141842 Tateuchi, Hiroshige 2011/03/08 BACKGROUND: Little is known about hip joint stiffness during walking (dynamic joint stiffness) and the effect of hip impairments on biomechanical alterations of other joints in patients with total hip arthroplasty. METHODS: Twenty-four patients (mean age 61.7years) who underwent unilateral (n=12) or bilateral total hip arthroplasty (n=12) and healthy subjects (n=12) were recruited. In addition to kinematic and kinetic variables, dynamic hip joint stiffness which was calculated as an angular coefficient of linear regression of the plot of the hip flexion moment vs. hip extension angle during the late stance of gait, was measured. Group differences were compared using one-way ANOVA and Tukey's post-hoc test, and relationships between primary hip impairments and secondary gait impairments were found using partial correlation coefficients adjusted for gait speed and stride length. FINDINGS: Dynamic hip joint stiffness was 47% higher on the side with the more pronounced limp in patients with bilateral arthroplasty than in healthy controls. In the same patients, increased dynamic hip joint stiffness was significantly associated especially with increased ankle plantarflexion moment on the ipsilateral side. In patients with unilateral arthroplasty, decreased hip power was significantly related to increased ankle plantarflexor power, only on the non-operated side. INTERPRETATION: We found that dynamic hip joint stiffness was an important factor in assessing relationships between hip impairments and dynamics in other joints, especially in patients with bilateral total hip arthroplasty. The effects of altering hip joint stiffness on gait biomechanics need to be explored. 0268-0033 Clinical biomechanics Elsevier Ltd. Gait analysis Dynamic hip joint stiffness in individuals with total hip arthroplasty: Relationships between hip impairments and dynamics of the other joints.
2433/128925 Hiyama, Tamejiro 2010/01/01 Incorporation of 2, 2, 3, 3, 5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 8-dodecamethyl-2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8-hexasilabicyclo[2.2.2]octan-1-yl moiety into such chromophores as biphenyl, terphenyl, stilbene, and tolan was found to induce bathochromic shifts of absorption and fluorescence spectra, compared with those of the parent chromophores. Moreover, enhancement of the molar extinction coefficients and the fluorescence quantum yields by the substitution was also observed. These results indicate that σ–π conjugation between the polysilacage moiety and the chromophores is operative. Theoretical study of the polysilacage-substituted chromophores is also presented. 0385-5414 2 HETEROCYCLES 1275 80 Japan Institute of Heterocyclic Chemistry Silaheterocycle Synthesis and Photophysical Properties of 2,3,5,6,7,8-Hexasilabicyclo[2.2.2]octan-1-yl-substituted Arenes
2433/89630 Takewaki, Izuru 2009/10/01 Earthquake input energies to tall and base-isolated buildings are examined by both time-domain and frequency-domain methods. Both methods support the validity of evaluating the earthquake input energy each other. It is shown that both methods have different advantages and can compensate for each other. While the time-domain method has a long history and is applicable to nonlinear models as well, the frequency-domain method is characterized by the energy transfer function and its equi-area property plays an important role in the discussion of the stability of earthquake input energy. This equi-area property can be derived by the residue theorem only in a simple model. It is also demonstrated that this equi-area property in multi-degree-of-freedom models can be derived by the time-domain method for an idealized model of input motions with a constant Fourier amplitude spectrum. This idea is applied to tall and base-isolated buildings. The equi-area property of the energy transfer function provides a stable characteristic on the input energy as far as the total mass of the buildings is constant. 606 1541-7794 6 Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings 589 18 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Earthquake input energy to tall and base-isolated buildings in time and frequency dual domains
2433/93451 HIMOTO, Keisuke 2009/02/01 A model for predicting the trajectory of window flame ejected from a fire compartment was formulated incorporating the effect of wall above the opening. Based on the observation in the reduced scale experiments, window flames were divided into the following categories with regard to its trajectory configuration: the flow which ascends almost vertically up after ejection maintaining a certain separation from the wall; and the flow which ascends upward after ejection and gradually approaches to the wall in the downstream. In the model, trajectories of these flows were approximated by cubic polynomials whose coefficients were given as functions of a dimensionless parameter F*. The parameter F* was derived from the conservation equation of momentum which incorporates the effect of pressure gradient across the ascending flows. Critical condition for the occurrence of flow attachment was described as a proportion of the maximum separation from the wall versus the opening width. Trajectories predicted by the proposed model were then compared with the measurement data which indicated reasonable agreements. 258 0379-7112 2 Fire Safety Journal 250 44 Elsevier Fire spread Modeling the trajectory of window flames with regard to flow attachment to the adjacent wall
2433/187986 Shikama, T. 2013/02/28 In the Caltech coaxial magnetized plasma jet experiment, fundamental studies are carried out relevant to spheromak formation, astrophysical jet formation/propagation, solar coronal physics, and the general behavior of twisted magnetic flux tubes that intercept a boundary. In order to measure the spatial profile of the magnetic field vector for understanding the underlying physics governing the dynamical behavior, a non-perturbing visible emission spectroscopic method is implemented to observe the Zeeman splitting in emission spectra. We have designed and constructed a polarization-resolving optical system that can simultaneously detect the left- and right-circularly polarized emission. The system is applied to singly ionized nitrogen spectral lines. The magnetic field strength is measured with a precision of about ±13 mT. The radial profiles of the azimuthal and axial vector magnetic field components are resolved by using an inversion method. 0034-6748 2 Review of Scientific Instruments 84 AIP Publishing Development of a polarization resolved spectroscopic diagnostic for measurements of the vector magnetic field in the Caltech coaxial magnetized plasma jet experiment
2433/194148 Nagahara, Shizue 2013/06/01 Diffusion-weighted (DW)-functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is a recently reported technique for measuring neural activities by using diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI). DW-fMRI is based on the property that cortical cells swell when the brain is activated. This approach can be used to observe changes in water diffusion around cortical cells. The spatial and temporal resolutions of DW-fMRI are superior to those of blood-oxygenation-level-dependent (BOLD)-fMRI. To investigate how the DWI signal intensities change in DW-fMRI measurement, we carried out Monte Carlo simulations to evaluate the intensities before and after cell swelling. In the simulations, we modeled cortical cells as two compartments by considering differences between the intracellular and the extracellular regions. Simulation results suggested that DWI signal intensities increase after cell swelling because of an increase in the intracellular volume ratio. The simulation model with two compartments, which respectively represent the intracellular and the extracellular regions, shows that the differences in the DWI signal intensities depend on the ratio of the intracellular and the extracellular volumes. We also investigated the MPG parameters, b-value, and separation time dependences on the percent signal changes in DW-fMRI and obtained useful results for DW-fMRI measurements. 1393 0916-8532 6 IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems 1387 E96-D Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers(IEICE) functional magnetic resonance imaging An Explanation of Signal Changes in DW-fMRI: Monte Carlo Simulation Study of Restricted Diffusion of Water Molecules Using 3D and Two-Compartment Cortical Cell Models
2433/217088 Kawamoto, Nozomi 1997/08/01 We have analyzed data from the Limb Infrared Monitor of the Stratosphere (LIMS) instrument on board the Nimbus 7 to investigate equatorial Kelvin waves and dynamically wave-induced variations in the tracer fields such as ozone and water vapor in the lower stratosphere. Temperature anomalies of zonal wavenumber one, progressing eastward and having a period of 12-15 days, are clearly observed below 7 hPa for April and May 1979. Vertical phase structure with a wavelength of about 15 km progresses downward in the zonal flow being about -16 ms<-1> averaged from 50 to 10 hPa. At the same time, disturbances in the ozone field due to the Kelvin waves are observed: the amplitude is maximum at 30 hPa where vertical gradient of zonal mean ozone is largest and the longitudinal structure is in-phase with that of temperature. These features are in good agreement with linear Kelvin wave theory. In the water vapor field, at 50 hPa, we have also detected wavenumber one eastward progressing waves being in-phase with temperature though the spatial structure is not as clear as in the ozone field. 773 0026-1165 4 Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Ser. II = 気象集誌 第2輯 763 75 Meteorological Society of Japan LIMSデータに見られる下部成層圏の赤道ケルビン波とそれにともなうトレーサー場の擾乱について Equatorial Kelvin waves and corresponding tracer oscillations in the lower stratosphere as seen in LIMS data
2433/55808 Kawaguchi, Keizaburo 1975/09/01 In view of the importance of soil material characteristics in determining paddy soil capability, a method of classification for soil materials is proposed. Special attention was paid to make it as practically applicable as possible because of the great need for such a method of ready applicability, especially in the alluvial soil areas of tropical Asia. An X-ray fluorescence spectrographic method for the total chemical analysis of soil materials was proved satisfactory for routine use in terms of accuracy and time. The total chemical nature of soil material was described in terms of nine major elements (Si, Fe, Al, Ca, Mg, Mn, Ti, K, P) analyzed. Total chemical composition and mechanical composition data were subjected to data processing. To avoid redundance in information, 3 mutually independent principal components were extracted, which appear to represent different aspects of soil material features. From the 3 principal component scores taxonomic distance was computed as a similarity coefficient for use in numerical taxonomy. By means of numerical taxonomy 10 soil material classes were set up, each of which was characterized in terms of texture, base status, mineral composition, etc. In order to facilitate objective placement of a new sample in one of the classes, discriminant functions were derived for all pairs of the 10 material classes. The 10 soil material classes appear to represent the major varieties of paddy soil materials in tropical Asia. Since the correlation between the soil fertility rating and the soil material composition has been confirmed, the use of the 10 material classes as the basis of "soil family" separation in soil surveys would improve homogeneity of the lower taxonomic units ("soil series") and make their interpretation easier and more correct in relation to soil capability assessment. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 227 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 215 13 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Paddy Soils in Tropical Asia: Part 4, Soil Material Classification
2433/91441 Tasaki, Hal 1984/09/20 Mathematical theory of critical phenomena in classical spin system is reviewed in complete detail. The main interest is to derive macroscopic critical behaviors from microscopic theories. A brief summary is given in Chapter 2. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 811 0527-2997 6 物性研究 739 42 物性研究刊行会 On Mathematical Analyses of Critical Point Statistical Mechanics and Continuum Field Theory
2433/157929 Sato, Anna 2012/05/01 Despite not knowing the exact age of individuals, humans can estimate their rough age using age-related physical features. Nonhuman primates show some age-related physical features; however, the cognitive traits underlying their recognition of age class have not been revealed. Here, we tested the ability of two species of Old World monkey, Japanese macaques (JM) and Campbell's monkeys (CM), to spontaneously discriminate age classes using visual paired comparison (VPC) tasks based on the two distinct categories of infant and adult images. First, VPCs were conducted in JM subjects using conspecific JM stimuli. When analyzing the side of the first look, JM subjects significantly looked more often at novel images. Based on analyses of total looking durations, JM subjects looked at a novel infant image longer than they looked at a familiar adult image, suggesting the ability to spontaneously discriminate between the two age classes and a preference for infant over adult images. Next, VPCs were tested in CM subjects using heterospecific JM stimuli. CM subjects showed no difference in the side of their first look, but looked at infant JM images longer than they looked at adult images; the fact that CMs were totally naïve to JMs suggested that the attractiveness of infant images transcends species differences. This is the first report of visual age class recognition and a preference for infant over adult images in nonhuman primates. Our results suggest not only species-specific processing for age class recognition but also the evolutionary origins of the instinctive human perception of baby cuteness schema, proposed by the ethologist Konrad Lorenz. 1932-6203 5 PloS one 7 Public Library of Science Visual Recognition of Age Class and Preference for Infantile Features: Implications for Species-Specific vs Universal Cognitive Traits in Primates.
2433/139530 Takahashi, Tomohiro 2010/09/07 Classically, black holes have a rigid event horizon. However, quantum mechanically, the event horizon of black holes becomes fuzzy due to quantum fluctuations. We study Hawking radiation of a real scalar field from a fluctuating black hole. To quantize metric perturbations, we derive the quadratic action for those in the black hole background. Then, we calculate cubic interaction terms in the action for the scalar field. Using these results, we obtain the spectrum of Hawking radiation in the presence of the interaction between the scalar field and the metric. It turns out that the spectrum deviates from the Planck spectrum due to quantum fluctuations of the metric. 0264-9381 17 Classical and Quantum Gravity 27 IOP Publishing Ltd. Hawking radiation from fluctuating black holes
2433/129545 Kajii, Atsushi 2007/05/01 This paper proposes a class of weak additivity concepts for an operator on the set of real valued functions on a finite state space Ω, which include additivity and comonotonic additivity as extreme cases. Let E ⊆ 2Ω be a collection of subsets of Ω. Two functions x and y on Ω are E-coextrema if, for each E ∈ E, the set of minimizers of x restricted on E and that of y have a common element, and the set of maximizers of x restricted on E and that of y have a common element as well. An operator I on the set of functions on Ω is E-coextrema additive if I(x+y) = I(x)+I(y) whenever x and y are E-coextrema. The main result characterizes homogeneous E-coextrema additive operators. KIER Discussion Paper 631 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Choquet integral Coextrema Additive Operators
2433/189399 Iwasawa, Masamune 2014/08/01 This study explores the effects of remittances on child education that depend on three types of migration: parental, non-parental, and no migration. Measuring the effects of remittances is challenging and demands great caution because their theoretical positive impacts can be partly or fully offset by the adverse influences of family members' migration. The magnitude of this negative impact, furthermore, depends significantly on migrant characteristics. Specifically, given that parents play an irreplaceable role in their children's education, parental migration not only leads to a labor shortage in the household but also results in insufficient parental input. To overcome the difficulties of measuring the effects of remittances, we derive data from the Cambodian Socio-Economic Survey in 2009, which provides a sufficient sample size for the three self-selected migration types. Estimating each subsample enables us to disentangle the net impact of remittances from that of migration and measure the influence of remittances given the differences in migrant characteristics. Overall, the estimates suggest that the positive effects of remittances are partially canceled out for non-parental migration and completely eliminated when parental migration occurs. KIER Discussion Paper 898 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Remittance How Migrant Heterogeneity Influences the Effect of Remittances on Educational Expenditure: Empirical Evidence from the Cambodian Socio-Economic Survey
2433/187877 BANNAI, Kenichi 2011/04/01 30 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 9 B25 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 14G10 $p$-adic Beilinson conjecture for ordinary Hecke motives associated to imaginary quadratic fields (Algebraic Number Theory and Related Topics 2009)
2433/195887 KATSURADA, MASANORI 2014/05/01 173 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 156 1898 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11P82 ASYMPTOTIC EXPANSIONS FOR CERTAIN $q$-SERIES, $q$-INTEGRALS, $q$-DIFFERENTIALS AND A FORMULA OF RAMANUJAN FOR SPECIFIC VALUES OF $zeta(s)$ (Analytic Number Theory : Arithmetic Properties of Transcendental Functions and their Applications)
2433/201504 De Felice, Antonio 2015/05/11 In the approach of the effective field theory of modified gravity, we derive the second-order action and the equation of motion for tensor perturbations on the flat isotropic cosmological background. This analysis accommodates a wide range of gravitational theories including Horndeski theories, its generalization, and the theories with spatial derivatives higher than second order (e.g., Hořava–Lifshitz gravity). We obtain the inflationary power spectrum of tensor modes by taking into account corrections induced by higher-order spatial derivatives and slow-roll corrections to the de Sitter background. We also show that the leading-order spectrum in concrete modified gravitational theories can be mapped on to that in General Relativity under a disformal transformation. Our general formula will be useful to constrain inflationary models from the future precise measurement of the B-mode polarization in the cosmic microwave background. 1550-7998 10 Physical Review D 91 American Physical Society Inflationary gravitational waves in the effective field theory of modified gravity
2433/202599 Miyashita, Naohiko T 2015/01/01 Soil bacterial community structures of six dominant phyla (Acidobacteria, Proteobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, Planctomycetes, Bacteroidetes and Actinobacteria) and unclassified bacteria detected in tropical Sarawakian and temperate Japanese forests were compared based on 16S rRNA gene sequence variation. The class composition in each phylum was similar among the studied forests; however, significant heterogeneities of class frequencies were detected. Acidobacteria and Proteobacteria were the most dominant phyla in all six forests, but differed in the level of bacterial species diversity, pattern of species occurrence and association pattern of species composition with physicochemical properties in soil. Species diversity among Acidobacteria was approximately half that among Proteobacteria, based on the number of clusters and the Chao1 index, even though a similar number of sequence reads were obtained for these two phyla. In contrast, species diversity within Planctomycetes and Bacteroidetes was nearly as high as within Acidobacteria, despite many fewer sequence reads. The density of species (the number of sequence reads per cluster) correlated negatively with species diversity, and species density within Acidobacteria was approximately twice that within Proteobacteria. Although the percentage of forest-specific species was high for all bacterial groups, sampling site-specific species varied among bacterial groups, indicating limited inter-forest migration and differential movement of bacteria in forest soil. For five of the seven bacterial groups, including Acidobacteria, soil pH appeared to strongly influence species composition, but this association was not observed for Proteobacterial species. Topology of UPGMA trees and pattern of NMDS plots among the forests differed among the bacterial groups, suggesting that each bacterial group has adapted and evolved independently in each forest. 77 1341-7568 2 Genes & genetic systems 61 90 Genetics Society of Japan 16S rRNA Contrasting soil bacterial community structure between the phyla Acidobacteria and Proteobacteria in tropical Southeast Asian and temperate Japanese forests.
2433/203060 Pannarale, Francesco 2015/10/22 The gravitational radiation emitted during the merger of a black hole with a neutron star is rather similar to the radiation from the merger of two black holes when the neutron star is not tidally disrupted. When tidal disruption occurs, gravitational waveforms can be broadly classified in two groups, depending on the spatial extent of the disrupted material. Extending previous work by some of us, here we present a phenomenological model for the gravitational waveform amplitude in the frequency domain encompassing the three possible outcomes of the merger: no tidal disruption, and “mild” and “strong” tidal disruption. The model is calibrated to 134 general-relativistic numerical simulations of binaries where the black hole spin is either aligned or antialigned with the orbital angular momentum. All simulations were produced using the SACRA code and piecewise polytropic neutron star equations of state. The present model can be used to determine when black-hole binary waveforms are sufficient for gravitational-wave detection, to extract information on the equation of state from future gravitational-wave observations, to obtain more accurate estimates of black hole-neutron star merger event rates, and to determine the conditions under which these systems are plausible candidates as central engines of gamma-ray bursts and macronovae/kilonovae. 1550-7998 8 Physical Review D 92 American Physical Society Aligned spin neutron star-black hole mergers: A gravitational waveform amplitude model
2433/74935 Michishita, Toshinori 1983/03/23 Kyoto University トカマクプラズマにおける逃走電子の高周波の励起によるエネルギー緩和に関する研究 Study on Energy Relaxation of Runaway Electrons in a Tokamak Plasma due to Excitation of High Frequency Waves
2433/74828 Nakatsuji, Hiroshi 1971/03/23 Kyoto University 開殻系の軌道理論と分子の電子状態に関する研究 Studies on the orbital theories for open-shell systems and the molecular electronic structure
2433/77821 Fukawa, Hiroshi 1960/12/20 Kyoto University サンプル値制御系のシンセシスに関する基礎的研究 Fundamental studies on the synthesis of sampled-Data control systems
2433/86366 Nishiyama, Kyo 1986/03/24 Kyoto University 半単純リー群の指標加群上のWeyl群とそのHecke環の表現 Representations of Weyl groups and their Hecke algebras on virtual character modules of a semisimple Lie group
2433/74548 Ohmori, Takao 1984/11/24 Kyoto University 間接加熱型攪拌乾燥器における伝熱 HEAT TRANSFER IN INDIRECT-HEAT AGITATED DRYER
2433/78010 Parajuli, Hari Ram 2009/03/23 Kyoto University low strength masonry house 地震動の地域特性を考慮した低強度組積造建物の動的解析 DYNAMIC ANALYSES OF LOW STRENGTH MASONRY HOUSES BASED ON SITE SPECIFIC EARTHQUAKE GROUND MOTIONS
2433/193589 Hani Hussein Negm 2014/11/25 Kyoto University Non-Destructive Assay. 核セキュリティのための光核共鳴蛍光散乱検出システムの最適配置に関する研究 Studies on the Optimum Geometry for a Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence Detection System for Nuclear Security Applications
2433/86257 Imae, Naoya 1994/03/23 要旨ファイルのタイトルは"Peritectic reactions in Mg-O-H and Fe-S-H systems in the primordial solar nebula" Kyoto University 原始太陽系星雲におけるMg-Si-O-H系とFe-S-H系の包晶反応 Peritectic reactions in Mg-Si-O-H and Fe-S-H systems in the primordial solar nebula
2433/199449 Mohd, Ashraf bin Ahmad 2015/03/23 Kyoto University Model-Free Control 同時摂動確率近似に基づくモデルフリー型制御器設計 Model-Free Controller Design based on Simultaneous Perturbation Stochastic Approximation
2433/199257 Iwai, Hiromasa 2015/03/23 Kyoto University Gas hydrates ガスハイドレート含有地盤の分解時における挙動及びその解析 Behavior of Gas Hydrate-Bearing Soils during Dissociation and its Simulation
2433/180479 Kim, Yeonjoong 2013/09/24 Kyoto University debris flow 土石流ブレーカーおよびフラップ付き砂防ダムの水理特性に関する研究 Study on Hydraulic Characteristics of Debris Flow Breakers and Sabo Dams with a Flap
2433/185184 Chung, Whan-Sam 2014/01/23 Kyoto University Input-output analysis エネルギー産業連関表を用いた韓国のエネルギー利用と温室効果ガス排出量に関わる社会・技術的要因の構造分析 Structural Analysis of Socio-Technical Impacts on Energy Use and Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Korea Based on Energy Input-Output Tables
2433/139742 Oishi, Kazato 2011/04/01 A simplified ration optimization method was applied to a beef cattle fattening system to evaluate the utilization of food by-products under various situations. The method was extended to reduce feed costs (i.e., economic factors) and nitrogen and phosphorus excretions (i.e., environmental factors) by introducing penalty coefficients of nitrogen and phosphorus contents in each ingredient of the diet in the objective function in traditional linear programming. Six regional food by-products, five commercial concentrates and two roughages were used as ingredients of the fermented total mixed ration. Constraints for the feed formulation were based mainly on nutrient requirements in the Japanese Feeding Standard for Beef Cattle. The replacement price (or acquisition cost) of food by-products was defined as the maximum price of food by-products when the feed cost with the use of food by-products was below the cost with the use of conventional concentrates. The results showed that although the replacement prices were not greatly affected by the penalty levels, they were associated with the changes in the substitution rate of food by-products for concentrates and the price of concentrates. The replacement prices were about 16 (yen/kg, as-fed basis) against the present price level of concentrates, when food by-products were substituted for a half of concentrates. Feed compositions were altered and nitrogen and phosphorus excretions were decreased by the changes of penalties, in spite of the small change in the replacement price of food by-products. Both nitrogen and phosphorus penalties greatly reduced the nitrogen and phosphorus excretions, indicating that nitrogen and phosphorus penalty coefficients should be introduced together in the objective function in order to reduce both excretions efficiently. 50 0377-8401 1-2 Animal Feed Science and Technology 38 165 Elsevier B.V. Beef cattle Application of the modified feed formulation to optimize economic and environmental criteria in beef cattle fattening systems with food by-products
2433/202620 Yoshida, Kenta 2015/06/01 64 0024-4937 Lithos 50 226 Elsevier B.V. Fluid inclusions Geochemical features and relative B–Li–Cl compositions of deep-origin fluids trapped in high-pressure metamorphic rocks
2433/39978 Tatematsu, A 2002/06/01 415 1070-9878 3 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON DIELECTRICS AND ELECTRICAL INSULATION 406 9 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC A study on the accuracy of surface charge measurement
2433/207703 Ishii, Yosuke 2015/11/05 The transmission characteristics of ultrasonic waves at oblique incidence to composite laminates are analyzed theoretically by the stiffness matrix method. The analysis takes into account the presence of thin resin-rich regions between adjacent plies as spring-type interfaces with normal and shear stiffnesses. The amplitude transmission coefficient of longitudinal wave through a unidirectional laminate immersed in water is shown to be significantly influenced by the frequency, the interlayer interfacial stiffnesses, and the incident angle. Using Floquet's theorem, the dispersion relation of the infinitely extended laminate structure is calculated and compared to the transmission coefficient of laminates of finite thickness. This reveals that the ranges of frequency and interfacial stiffnesses where the Floquet waves lie in the band-gaps agree well with those where the transmission coefficient of the finite layered structure is relatively small, indicating that the band-gaps appear even in the laminate with a finite number of plies. The amplitude transmission coefficient for an 11-ply carbon-epoxy unidirectional composite laminate is experimentally obtained for various frequencies and incident angles. The low-transmission zones observed in the experimental results, which are due to the critical angle of the quasi-longitudinal wave and the Bragg reflection, are shown to be favorably compared with the theory. 0001-4966 5 The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2800 138 Acoustical Society of America Transmission of ultrasonic waves at oblique incidence to composite laminates with spring-type interlayer interfaces.
2433/194116 Kobayashi, Shoko 2012/10/15 A decomposition scheme was applied to ALOS/PALSAR data obtained from a fast-growing tree plantation in Sumatra, Indonesia to extract tree stem information and then estimate the forest stand volume. The scattering power decomposition of the polarimetric SAR data was performed both with and without a rotation matrix and compared to the following field-measured forest biometric parameters: tree diameter, tree height and stand volume. The analytical results involving the rotation matrix correlated better than those without the rotation matrix even for natural scattering surfaces within the forests. Our primary finding was that all of the decomposition powers from the rotated matrix correlated significantly to the forest biometric parameters when divided by the total power. The surface scattering ratio of the total power markedly decreased with the forest growth, whereas the canopy and double-bounce scattering ratios increased. The observations of the decomposition powers were consistent with the tree growth characteristics. Consequently, we found a significant logarithmic relationship between the decomposition powers and the forest biometric parameters that can potentially be used to estimate the forest stand volume. 3077 2072-4292 10 Remote Sensing 3058 4 MDPI polarimetric SAR Characteristics of Decomposition Powers of L-Band Multi-Polarimetric SAR in Assessing Tree Growth of Industrial Plantation Forests in the Tropics
2433/201592 Mori, Naoki 2015/05/10 Resonance behavior of an imperfect joint of elastic plates subjected to the incidence of the lowest-order symmetric (S0) Lamb mode is numerically analyzed in the frequency domain by the hybrid finite element method. To this purpose, the reflection and transmission characteristics of the S0 mode are calculated for the frequency range in which the S0 mode is the only symmetric mode that can propagate in the plates. The imperfect joint is modeled as a linear spring-type interface characterized by the normal and tangential stiffnesses. As a result, it is shown that the imperfect joint of plates has two resonance frequencies at which the out-of-plane displacement amplitudes at the joint are remarkably increased. One resonance frequency depends only on the normal stiffness, and the other only on the tangential stiffness. Each resonance frequency coincides with that of a free edge of a plate, and monotonically increases with the corresponding joint stiffness. Furthermore, it is also shown that the reflection and transmission behavior of the S0 mode at the imperfect joint of the plates can be well reproduced by the one-dimensional thin-plate approximation of extensional waves when the frequency is sufficiently small compared to the resonance frequencies. 3148 1520-8524 6 The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 3139 137 Acoustical Society of America Resonance of an imperfect joint of plates by the lowest-order symmetric Lamb mode.
2433/201553 Kosuge, Shingo 2015/07/01 The cylindrical Couette flow of a rarefied gas between a rotating inner cylinder and a stationary outer cylinder is investigated under the following two kinds of kinetic boundary conditions. One is the modified Maxwell-type boundary condition proposed by Dadzie and Méolans [J. Math. Phys. 45, 1804 (2004)] and the other is the Cercignani-Lampis condition, both of which have separate accommodation coefficients associated with the molecular velocity component normal to the boundary and with the tangential component. An asymptotic analysis of the Boltzmann equation for small Knudsen numbers and a numerical analysis of the Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook model equation for a wide range of the Knudsen number are performed to clarify the effect of each accommodation coefficient as well as of the boundary condition itself on the behavior of the gas, especially on the flow-velocity profile. As a result, the velocity-slip and temperature-jump conditions corresponding to the above kinetic boundary conditions are derived, which are necessary for the fluid-dynamic description of the problem for small Knudsen numbers. The parameter range for the onset of the velocity inversion phenomenon, which is related mainly to the decrease in the tangential momentum accommodation, is also obtained. 1539-3755 1 Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics 92 American Physical Society Cylindrical Couette flow of a rarefied gas: Effect of a boundary condition on the inverted velocity profile.
2433/193531 Kajimoto, Muneyoshi 2013/06/01 In this paper, an algorithm for estimating urban density from polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images is proposed. Polarization orientation angle (POA) and four power components derived by four-component decomposition are used in the algorithm. In particular, in urban areas, SAR data are generally affected by factors such as the interval between buildings, building height, and building azimuth angle. Here, building azimuth (orientation) angle means the relative azimuth between the wall normal and the radar's ground range direction. The interval between buildings and building height are used for building density calculation such as the building-to-land ratio and the floor area ratio. However, building azimuth angle which depends on satellite orbit has almost no relation with building density. The scattering intensity of microwaves emitted from SAR has a strong dependence on this building azimuth angle. Therefore, the main part of this paper is focused on the correction of this angular effect. The first step in the POA correction method is the extraction of homogeneous-POA city districts. In the second step, each power component's scattering intensity is normalized for all pixels in a particular POA interval separately for different POA types of districts. In the case of Tokyo metropolitan area, Japan, estimated urban density from ALOS/PALSAR data has correlation coefficients of nearly 0.7 with the building-to-land ratio and 0.5 with the floor area ratio on the scale of hundreds of meter. In the areas where strong POA dependence is seen, the improvement of the correlation coefficient runs up to approximately 0.2. 1429 1939-1404 3 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 1418 6 IEEE Four-component decomposition Urban Density Estimation From Polarimetric SAR Images Based on a POA Correction Method
2433/196092 Tsutsumida, Narumasa 2015/06/01 Because of the lack of time-series spatial data on urban components, urban expansion in developing countries has usually been studied using a pixel-based approach, despite the coarse spatial resolution associated with this technique. To understand the residential-scale processes involved in urban expansion, we developed feature-oriented GIS data extracted from very high spatial resolution satellite images (IKONOS for 2000 and Quickbird for 2006 and 2008). We selected a fringe area of Ulaanbaatar, the capital municipality of Mongolia, as a case study. Residential plots in this area have developed in an unplanned manner owing to the poor execution of land reform policy. This study facilitated the residential-scale delineation of the significantly expanding area occupied by private land plots in time series. It also permitted the identification of geographical factors driving the expansion. Using a logistic regression model, we found that such expansion is related to social infrastructure rather than to natural landforms. In particular, new plots of private land tended to be built near pre-existing plots and in proximity to roads and water kiosks (which provide essential drinking water for residents). These findings and the probability map predicted by the model have implications for urban planners and decision makers. 204 0197-3975 Habitat International 196 47 Elsevier Ltd. Urban expansion Addressing urban expansion using feature-oriented spatial data in a peripheral area of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
2433/197267 Mizutani, Hideaki 2013/09/10 This paper reports laboratory experiments and numerical simulations of river embankment failure due to overtopping flow for different sediment sizes and different saturation conditions of embankment body. The effects of saturation and sediment size of embankment materials on the erosion process are discussed based on the results of the laboratory experiments. A numerical model is proposed to simulate the erosion process of embankments by overtopping flows. The proposed model considered the effects of infiltration process and resisting shear stress due to suction of unsaturated sediment. To simulate the embankment erosion phenomenon, the numerical model consists of four modules: two-dimensional (2D) shallow-water flow, seepage flow, sediment transport using a non-equilibrium model framework, and 2D slope stability. The validity of the developed model is tested using experimental data on embankment erosion. The numerical results on progressive embankment erosion agree well with the results of the sandy river embankment experiments. 695 0022-1686 6 Journal of Hydraulic Research 681 51 Taylor & Francis Erosion due to overtopping flow Numerical modelling of river embankment failure due to overtopping flow considering infiltration effects
2433/198282 Hata, Koichi 2014/04/04 227 0022-3131 2 Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 214 52 Taylor & Francis Group natural convection heat transfer Natural convection heat transfer from horizontal rod bundles in liquid sodium. Part 1: Correlations for two parallel horizontal cylinders based on experimental and theoretical results
2433/189841 Kinoshita, Masahiro 2013/09/01 Upon biological self-assembly, the number of accessible translational configurations of water in the system increases considerably, leading to a large gain in water entropy. It is important to calculate the solvation entropy of a biomolecule with a prescribed structure by accounting for the change in water–water correlations caused by solute insertion. Modeling water as a dielectric continuum is not capable of capturing the physical essence of the water entropy effect. As a reliable tool, we propose a hybrid of the angle-dependent integral equation theory combined with a multipolar water model and a morphometric approach. Using our methods wherein the water entropy effect is treated as the key factor, we can elucidate a variety of processes such as protein folding, cold, pressure, and heat denaturating of a protein, molecular recognition, ordered association of proteins such as amyloid fibril formation, and functioning of ATP-driven proteins. 293 1867-2450 3 Biophysical Reviews 283 5 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Solvation entropy A new theoretical approach to biological self-assembly
2433/55842 Fujimoto, Akimi 1976/09/01 This study deals with rice farming in a long-established double-cropping area in Kelantan where, although rice production is the most important source of income, the average yield per acre is much lower than the national average. Production costs, profitability of rice farming, and the role of material inputs in rice production are analyzed, based on data obtained from a farm management study in a Kelantan village. Low productivity and comparatively high production costs result in negative net profit but barely positive returns to family labour, farm assets and entrepreneurship, while the use of material inputs seems to be below optimum level. This is economically interpreted as the stagnation of rice production, in that farmers lack capital to improve their rice farming which, in turn, fails to generate economic profit. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 176 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 159 14 京都大学東南アジア研究センター An Economic Analysis of Peasant Rice Farming in Kelantan, Malaysia
2433/217610 Karasawa, Shintaro 2016/04/15 We investigate the effects of quantum and thermal fluctuations on the phase boundary between the inhomogeneous chiral phase and the chiral-restored phase in the phase diagram in the plane of temperature and chemical potential. Introducing the composite fields made of quark bilinear fields, we construct an effective action for them in quark matter by way of the correlation function method. Utilizing this effective action, we discuss the effects of the quark-antiquark and particle-hole pair fluctuations to find possible modifications of the vertex functions of the order parameter included in the thermodynamic potential. We find that the most important effect of the pair fluctuations is to change the sign of the fourth-order vertex function to make the phase transition always the first, rather than the second, order (we call it the Brazovskii-Dyugaev effect). Another important effect manifests in the second-order vertex function: it exhibits a singular behavior near the critical point, which prohibits the second-order phase transition. It, together with the fourth-order vertex function, alters the location of the phase boundary. 2050-3911 Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics 2016 Oxford University Press Brazovskii-Dyugaev effect on the inhomogeneous chiral transition in quark matter
2433/215290 Sano, Tomohiko 2016/03/23 Kyoto University 非平衡統計力学 整流器としての非平衡条件下の揺らぐ運動の研究 Studies on non-equilibrium fluctuating motion as a rectifier
2433/215593 Kubota, Shintaro 2016/03/23 Kyoto University イオンチャネル グラミシジンAおよびKAT1チャネルによる膜を介したイオン透過の単一チャネル電流解析 Single Channel Analysis of Ion Transport across Membranes Containing Gramicidin A and KAT1 Channels
2433/76009 Kotaka, Tadao 1964/06/30 203 0023-6071 2-3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 176 42 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Archibald Ultracentrifugation Method in the Study of Macromolecules (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, I)
2433/96256 川崎, 恭治 1998/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 825 0527-2997 6 物性研究 810 69 物性研究刊行会 遅い緩和過程 : モード結合と動的密度汎関数法
2433/129607 NISHIMURA, Kazuo 2010/03/01 We consider a continuous-time two-sector in nite-horizon model with sector speci c externalities, endogenous labor and a concave homogeneous non-separable utility function. We show that local indeterminacy arises with a low elasticity of intertempo- ral substitution in consumption provided the wage elasticity of the labor supply and the elasticity of substitution between consumption and leisure are low enough. Such a result cannot hold with additively-separable preferences for which local indeterminacy requires a large enough elasticity of intertemporal substitution in consumption. KIER Discussion Paper 702 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Sector-speci c externalities Indeterminacy and expectation-driven fluctuations with non-separable preferences
2433/124967 XIE, Pingping 1990/06/01 77 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 57 40 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Nephanalysis of the GMS Imagery Data
2433/131811 Odake, Satoru 2010/08/01 We present a simple recipe to construct exactly and quasiexactly solvable Hamiltonians in one-dimensional “discrete” quantum mechanics, in which the Schrödinger equation is a difference equation. It reproduces all the known ones whose eigenfunctions consist of the Askey scheme of hypergeometric orthogonal polynomials of a continuous or a discrete variable. The recipe also predicts several new ones. An essential role is played by the sinusoidal coordinate, which generates the closure relation and the Askey–Wilson algebra together with the Hamiltonian. The relationship between the closure relation and the Askey–Wilson algebra is clarified. 0022-2488 8 Journal of Mathematical Physics 51 American Institute of Physics eigenvalues and eigenfunctions Unified theory of exactly and quasiexactly solvable “discrete” quantum mechanics. I. Formalism
2433/196755 Iwasawa, Masamune 2015/03/01 Estimation results obtained by parametric models may be seriously misleading when the model is misspecified or poorly approximates the true model. This study proposes two tests that jointly test the specifications of multiple response probabilities in unordered multino- mial choice models. Both test statistics are asymptotically chi-square distributed, consistent against a fixed alternative, and able to detect a local alternative approaching to the null at a rate slower than the parametric rate. We show that rejection regions can be calculated by a simple parametric bootstrap procedure, when the sample size is small. The size and power of the tests are investigated by Monte Carlo experiments. KIER Discussion Paper 919 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Joint Specification Tests For Response Probabilities In Unordered Multinomial Choice Models
2433/84917 Brauer, Richard 1979/01/01 Notes prepared by T. Tsuzuku, in cooperation with T. Nakayama, P. Fong, A. Mizutani, N. Ito Lectures in Mathematics 12 Kinokuniya Characters of groups Theory of group characters
2433/201374 Hatta, Yoshitaka 2015/04/20 We present new analytic solutions to the relativistic Boltzmann equation within the relaxation time approximation. We first obtain spherically expanding solutions which are the kinetic counterparts of the exact solutions of the Israel-Stewart equation in the literature. This allows us to compare the solutions of the kinetic and hydrodynamic equations at an analytical level. We then derive a novel boost-invariant solution of the Boltzmann equation which has an unconventional dependence on the proper time. The existence of such a solution is also suggested in second-order hydrodynamics and fluid-gravity correspondence. 1550-7998 8 Physical Review D 91 American Physical Society Analytic solutions of the relativistic Boltzmann equation
2433/201977 Lee, Tong-Gyu 2015/08/27 We investigate the stability of an inhomogeneous chiral condensed phase against low energy fluctuations about a spatially modulated order parameter. This phase corresponds to the so-called dual chiral density wave in the context of quark matter, where the chiral condensate is spatially modulated with a finite wave vector in a single direction. From the symmetry viewpoint, the phase realizes a locking of flavor and translational symmetries. Starting with a Landau-Ginzburg-Wilson effective Lagrangian, we find that the associated Nambu-Goldstone modes, whose dispersion relations are spatially anisotropic and soft in the direction normal to the wave vector of the modulation, wash out the long-range order at finite temperatures, but support algebraically decaying long-range correlations. This implies that the phase can exhibit a quasi-one-dimensional order as in liquid crystals. 1550-7998 3 Physical Review D 92 American Physical Society Landau-Peierls instability in a Fulde-Ferrell type inhomogeneous chiral condensed phase
2433/74691 Asai, Yoshihiro 1987/03/23 Kyoto University 振電相互作用の機構に関する理論的研究 A Theoretical Study on the Mechanism of the Vibronic Coupling
2433/77745 Ise, Norio 1959/03/23 Kyoto University 高分子電解質溶液に関する研究 Studies on Polyelectrolyte solutions
2433/86420 Ohyama, Yousuke 1990/03/23 Kyoto University 自己双対性と積分可能系 Self-duality and Integrable Systems
2433/86380 Shiotani, Masato 1987/03/23 Kyoto University 全球気象データを用いた大気大循環の観測的研究 Observational studies on the atmospheric general circulation using global meteorological data
2433/74943 Asakura, Toshiyuki 1983/07/23 Kyoto University 不規則雑音を受ける非線形力学系の動的挙動に関する研究 Studies on Behaviors of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems subjected to Random Inputs
2433/159406 Yamamoto, Kyosuke 2012/07/23 Kyoto University Bridge Health Monitoring 車両応答を用いた橋梁損傷同定 Bridge Damage Identification Using Vehicle Response
2433/168809 Kitoh, Akio 1991/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 海面水温の変化に対する大気の応答の研究 A Study of Low-Frequency Response of the Atmosphere to the Sea Surface Temperature Variations
2433/74722 Kamata, Masahiro 1988/11/24 Kyoto University 電気化学システムにおける熱起電力に関する工学的研究 Engineering Considerations on Thermoelectric Power in Electrochemical Systems
2433/77862 Araki, Yoshikazu 1998/03/23 Kyoto University 準静的繰返し載荷を受ける弾塑性トラスの定常状態の安定性と定常状態限界 Stability of Steady States and Steady-State Limit of Elastoplastic Trusses under Quasi-Static Cyclic Loading
2433/157081 Nakayama, Tadanobu 2000/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 水・空気界面を通しての乱流構造及び組織構造と気体輸送特性の関連性に関する研究 TURBULENCE AND COHERENT STRUCTURES ACROSS AIR-WATER INTERFACE AND RELATIONSHIP WITH GAS TRANSFER
2433/77799 Kim, Soo-Youl 2007/05/23 Kyoto University 韓国西海岸における高潮に及ぼす大潮汐変動の影響 Effect of large tidal variation on storm surge in the western coastal sea of Korea
2433/199184 Kimura, Yugo 2015/03/23 Kyoto University glaucoma 黄斑部構造パラメータを用いた早期緑内障における傍中心暗点の自動検出 Macular Structure Parameters as an Automated Indicator of Paracentral Scotoma in Early Glaucoma
2433/187159 Ninomiya, Hirokazu 1995/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである. Kyoto University 競争・拡散方程式系の分離集合 Separatrices of competition-diffusion equations
2433/189656 Nakano, Noriko 2014/07/23 Kyoto University glaucoma 強度近視眼における緑内障の黄斑イメージング Macular Imaging in Highly Myopic Eyes With and Without Glaucoma
2433/199306 Katayama, Shota 2015/03/23 Kyoto University Sn(II) ternary oxides 二価スズ複合酸化物の電子構造と電気・光学特性 Electronic structures and optical properties of Sn(II) ternary oxides
2433/204517 Inada, Mitsuo 2016/02/01 The domestic market outcomes of firms investing abroad have attracted the attention of both economists and policymakers. In particular, accelerating the relocation of domestic production abroad has raised public concern about the hollowing out of domestic technologies and employment. This study investigates the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) policies toward China on plant productivity and employment, using Taiwanese manufacturing plant-level data and exploiting an FDI regulation change in China in 2002 as a significant variation. Our difference-in-differences estimates reveal the heterogeneous responses of Taiwanese plants to this regulation change: plants in deregulated industries that newly invested in China after 2000 experienced an increase in their productivity, employment, and sales, while plants in those industries that had already invested in China in 2000 decreased both employment and sales. We do not find any differential trends between plants in deregulated industries and those in other industries before the regulation change. We also check our crucial assumption of whether the regulation change expanded Taiwanese firms' activities in China. We find that the regulation change increased the capital inflows and net sales generated by new entrant subsidiaries in the Chinese market. Furthermore, we do not find statistical evidence of the hollowing out effects on domestic market outcomes in deregulated industries. KIER Discussion Paper 934 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Heterogeneous Impacts of a Change in Chinese FDI Regulations on Domestic Market Outcomes: Empirical Evidence from Taiwanese Plant Data
2433/207517 Suzuki, Satoshi 2015/11/25 The quenching pathways were investigated for three types of multiluminescent acene derivatives, which show environment-dependent fluorescence. Spin-flip time dependent density functional theory (SF-TDDFT) combined with the Global Reaction Route mapping (GRRM) strategy is employed to locate minimum-energy conical intersections (MECIs). The energies and geometries of the MECIs relative to the Franck-Condon (FC) state control the difference in fluorescence behavior among the three derivatives. For the molecule with a phenyamide moiety, a MECI with energy lower than the FC state with large geometrical change from V-type to flat structure provides an efficient internal conversion (quenching) pathway in solution. For the same molecule, in a solid, this large geometrical change is inhibited, and the second MECI, with an energy lower than FC but higher than the first MECI requiring only a small geometry change of CH out-of-plane bending, contributes to the quenching. The molecule with the napthaleneimide moiety has only one low-energy MECI that requires large geometrical change from the V-type to flat structure. Although this MECI provides the quenching pathway in solution, in the solid, this large motion is inhibited, and the molecule will stay in the excited state and emit. The molecule with an anthraceneimide moiety has no conical intersection lower than the FC state, and no quenching pathway is available in solution or solid. In addition, in this molecule, at the local minimum of the excited state, the dipole transition to the ground state is allowed, and this molecule prefers emission rather than internal conversion. 11487 1089-5639 47 The journal of physical chemistry. A 11479 119 American Chemical Society Exploration of Quenching Pathways of Multiluminescent Acenes Using the GRRM Method with the SF-TDDFT Method.
2433/202684 Dongwoo, Ko 2015/09/24 Kyoto University underground storage box 地下貯留槽の設置による都市水害の軽減効果に関する研究 Mitigation Effects on Urban Flood by Installing an Underground Storage Box
2433/214439 Kondo, Hirohito M. 2015/05/14 Working memory is linked to the functions of the frontal areas, in which neural activity is mediated by dopaminergic and serotonergic tones. However, there is no consensus regarding how the dopaminergic and serotonergic systems influence working memory subprocesses. The present study used an imaging genetics approach to examine the interaction between neurochemical functions and working memory performance. We focused on functional polymorphisms of the catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) Val^{158}Met and serotonin 2A receptor (HTR2A) -1438G/A genes, and devised a delayed recognition task to isolate the encoding, retention, and retrieval processes for visual information. The COMT genotypes affected recognition accuracy, whereas the HTR2A genotypes were associated with recognition response times. Activations specifically related to working memory were found in the right frontal and parietal areas, such as the middle frontal gyrus (MFG), inferior frontal gyrus (IFG), anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), and inferior parietal lobule (IPL). MFG and ACC/IPL activations were sensitive to differences between the COMT genotypes and between the HTR2A genotypes, respectively. Structural equation modeling demonstrated that stronger connectivity in the ACC-MFG and ACC-IFG networks is related to better task performance. The behavioral and fMRI results suggest that the dopaminergic and serotonergic systems play different roles in the working memory subprocesses and modulate closer cooperation between lateral and medial frontal activations. 1932-6203 5 PLOS ONE 10 Public Library of Science Different roles of COMT and HTR2A genotypes in working memory subprocesses
2433/215086 Sakata, Yuzu 2015/12/15 Increased ungulate browsing has altered the composition of plant communities and food webs of forest ecosystems in many regions around the world. To evaluate the cascading impact of deer browsing on pollination and plant reproduction is critical to understand the roles of species interactions in maintaining plant populations and for conservation management. In this study, we investigated the relationships among floral resources of understory herbaceous plants, pollinator visitation, and fruit set of shrub species based on data accumulation over three years in six temperate deciduous forests with deer and without deer.We found that in deer browsed sites, the visitation rate of bumblebees had decreased due to severe reduction in the coverage of autumn-flowering herbaceous plants, while the effect varied between bumblebee species. On the other hand, other insect taxa showed no dependence on variation in autumn floral resources. The two genera of bumblebee-pollinated shrubs showed reduced fruit set due to severe decline in autumn-flowering herbaceous plants and bumblebee visitation (Weigela: -18.5% and Rhododendron: -21.9%). In contrast, the fruit set of shrubs pollinated by insects that did not show dependence on autumn floral resources were not negatively affected by deer browsing. Our results suggest that deer browsing have not only caused negative effects on herbaceous plants, but in addition have negative indirect effects on reproduction of woody plants through cascading effects of pollination linkages. 2150-8925 12 Ecosphere 6 Ecological Society of America Deer browsing Deer overbrowsing on autumn-flowering plants causes bumblebee decline and impairs pollination service
2433/216026 Natsume-Kitatani, Yayoi 2016/03/22 Four different histones (H2A, H2B, H3, and H4; two subunits each) constitute a histone octamer, around which DNA wraps to form histone-DNA complexes called nucleosomes. Amino acid residues in each histone are occasionally modified, resulting in several biological effects, including differential regulation of transcription. Core promoters that encompass the transcription start site have well-conserved DNA motifs, including the initiator (Inr), TATA box, and DPE, which are collectively called the core promoter elements (CPEs). In this study, we systematically studied the associations between the CPEs and histone modifications by integrating the Drosophila Core Promoter Database and time-series ChIP-seq data for histone modifications (H3K4me3, H3K27ac, and H3K27me3) during development in Drosophila melanogaster via the modENCODE project. We classified 96 core promoters into four groups based on the presence or absence of the TATA box or DPE, calculated the histone modification ratio at the core promoter region, and transcribed region for each core promoter. We found that the histone modifications in TATA-less groups were static during development and that the core promoters could be clearly divided into three types: i) core promoters with continuous active marks (H3K4me3 and H3K27ac), ii) core promoters with a continuous inactive mark (H3K27me3) and occasional active marks, and iii) core promoters with occasional histone modifications. Linear regression analysis and non-linear regression by random forest showed that the TATA-containing groups included core promoters without histone modifications, for which the measured RNA expression values were not predictable accurately from the histone modification status. DPE-containing groups had a higher relative frequency of H3K27me3 in both the core promoter region and transcribed region. In summary, our analysis showed that there was a systematic link between the existence of the CPEs and the dynamics, frequency and influence on transcriptional activity of histone modifications. 1932-6203 3 PLOS ONE 11 Public Library of Science Classification of Promoters Based on the Combination of Core Promoter Elements Exhibits Different Histone Modification Patterns
2433/216071 Harayama, Hisanori 2016/07/01 The leaf economics spectrum has given us a fundamental understanding of the species variations in leaf variables. Across plant species, tight correlations among leaf mass per area (LMA), mass-based nitrogen (Nm) and photosynthetic rate (Am) and leaf lifespan have been well known as trade-offs in leaf carbon economy. However, the regional or biome-level correlations may not be necessary to correspond with the global-scale analysis. Here, we show that almost all leaf variables in overwintering evergreen oaks in Japan were relatively well included within the evergreen-broadleaved trees in worldwide temperate forests, but Nm was more consistent with that in deciduous broadleaved trees. Contrary to the universal correlations, the correlation between Am and Nm among the evergreen oaks was negative and the correlation between Am and LMA disappeared. The unique performance was due to specific nitrogen allocation within leaves, i.e. the evergreen oaks with later leaf maturation had lower Nm but higher nitrogen allocation to photosynthetic enzymes within leaves, to enhance carbon gain against the delayed leaf maturation and the shortened photosynthetic period due to cold winters. Our data demonstrate that correlations between leaf variables in a local scale are occasionally different from averaged global-scale datasets, because of the constraints in each biome. 2054-5703 Royal Society Open Science 3 The Royal Society leaf economics spectrum Overwintering evergreen oaks reverse typical relationships between leaf traits in a species spectrum
2433/216373 Duan, W. L. 2015/03/06 It is important to understand the mechanisms that control the fate and transport of suspended sediment (SS) in rivers, because high suspended sediment loads have significant impacts on riverine hydroecology. In this study, the SPARROW (SPAtially Referenced Regression on Watershed Attributes) watershed model was applied to estimate the sources and transport of SS in surface waters of the Ishikari River basin (14 330 km2), the largest watershed in Hokkaido, Japan. The final developed SPARROW model has four source variables (developing lands, forest lands, agricultural lands, and stream channels), three landscape delivery variables (slope, soil permeability, and precipitation), two in-stream loss coefficients, including small streams (streams with drainage area < 200 km2) and large streams, and reservoir attenuation. The model was calibrated using measurements of SS from 31 monitoring sites of mixed spatial data on topography, soils and stream hydrography. Calibration results explain approximately 96% (R2) of the spatial variability in the natural logarithm mean annual SS flux (kg yr-1) and display relatively small prediction errors at the 31 monitoring stations. Results show that developing land is associated with the largest sediment yield at around 1006 kg km-2 yr-1, followed by agricultural land (234 kg km-2 yr-1). Estimation of incremental yields shows that 35% comes from agricultural lands, 23% from forested lands, 23% from developing lands, and 19% from stream channels. The results of this study improve our understanding of sediment production and transportation in the Ishikari River basin in general, which will benefit both the scientific and management communities in safeguarding water resources. 1306 1607-7938 3 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 1293 19 European Geosciences Union (EGU) Modeling suspended sediment sources and transport in the Ishikari River basin, Japan, using SPARROW
2433/198810 Atobe, Hiraku 2015/03/04 We consider pullbacks of hermitian Maass lifts of degree 2 to the submanifold of diagonal matrices. By using these pullbacks, we give an explicit formula for central values of L -functions for GL(2)×GL(2). 229 0022-314X Journal of Number Theory 158 153 Elsevier Inc. Automorphic form Pullbacks of Hermitian Maass lifts
2433/168980 Oishi, Kazato 2013/02/01 The effects of changes in culling parity of cows and diet composition on economic and environmental outputs in Japanese beef cow–calf production systems were deterministically analyzed using a herd model simulation. The model simulated the annualized net revenue as an economic indicator and the overall environmental index derived from a life cycle assessment (LCA) as an environmental indicator. Biological factors (survivability, growth, reproduction, and feed requirements) and economic factors (returns from sales of live calves and cows’ carcasses and production costs) were included in the model. The model also included modified feed formulation methods, allowing us to analyze the effect of reductions in environmental loads caused by the change in diet compositions. The results of the present study indicated that later culling was economically and environmentally optimal under the current production system, which suggested that the selection of economically optimal culling parity of cows could result in environmentally optimization of the beef cow–calf production system. The difference in feed composition derived from the difference in feed formulation methods did not affect the determination of optimal culling parity, whereas the use of modified feed formulation methods could reduce environmental loads at a higher rate than that of economic benefits. However, the reduction rate of the environmental impact was much higher in the case of selection of the optimal culling parity than in the case of use of modified feed formulation methods, which stressed the importance of choosing the optimal culling parity of cows both from the economic and environmental points of view. 103 0308-521X Agricultural Systems 95 115 Elsevier Ltd. Beef cow–calf production Economic and environmental impacts of changes in culling parity of cows and diet composition in Japanese beef cow–calf production systems
2433/172933 Kim, Junghwa 2013/02/01 This study investigates the determinants of public acceptability of road pricing and environmental taxation policies. The strength and direction of causal paths between psychological determinants and the acceptability of these policies are measured with survey data from students in New Jersey, USA and London. The estimated models show that a number of well-established psychological determinants provide an explanation for the acceptability of both policies and in both locations despite various differences in the policy scenarios. Scenario fairness appears to be the most important direct determinant of acceptability in both countries. We further verify the effect of "specific trust in government" on scenario fairness and other direct determinants that indicate the important role of government performance for achieving acceptability for these measures. Our findings further suggest that awareness of wider environmental issues, such as climate change, can lead to the support of specific sustainable transport policies, such as road pricing, which do not address climate change issues directly. 62 0965-8564 Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 50 48 Elsevier Ltd. Acceptance Attitudes towards road pricing and environmental taxation among US and UK students
2433/174318 Lu, Lirong 2013/09/01 During the past decade, materials that display novel properties in the acoustic realm, so-called acoustic metamaterials, have attracted much attention, since these properties can provide promising opportunities to design new acoustic devices that cannot be made with natural materials. Although acoustic metamaterials that exhibit negative mass density or negative bulk modulus, and double-negative acoustic metamaterials, have been obtained experimentally by trial and error, our aim is to develop a topology optimization method for the direct design of acoustic metamaterials, based on the concept of local resonant mechanisms, which ensures that the lattice constant is orders of magnitude functionally smaller than the corresponding sonic wavelength, and avoids unwanted effects of Bragg scattering mechanisms. This paper proposes a level set-based topology optimization method for the structural design of acoustic metamaterials that achieve an extremely negative bulk modulus at certain prescribed frequencies. Level set-based topology optimization methods can directly provide clear boundaries in optimal configurations that avoid the presence of grayscales. The optimization problem is formulated for a two-dimensional wave propagation problem, with the objective being to minimize the effective bulk modulus at chosen target frequencies. An effective medium description based on S-parameters is introduced to describe the acoustic metamaterial. Finite element method (FEM) is used to solve the Helmholtz equation for acoustic waves, sensitivities are obtained with the adjoint variable method (AVM), and a reaction-diffusion equation is used to update the level set function. Several numerical examples with prescribed target frequencies and different initial shapes are provided to demonstrate that the proposed method can provide clear, optimized structures for the design of negative bulk modulus acoustic metamaterials. 12 0168-874X Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 1 72 Elsevier B.V. Acoustic metamaterials Topology optimization of an acoustic metamaterial with negative bulk modulus using local resonance
2433/128623 Nomura, Yoshiaki 2010/07/01 A numerical method using a path-independent H-integral based on the conservation integral was developed to analyze the singular stress field of a three-dimensional interfacial corner between anisotropic bimaterials under thermal stress. In the present method, the shape of the corner front is smooth. According to the theory of linear elasticity, asymptotic stress near the tip of a sharp interfacial corner is generally singular as a result of a mismatch of the materials’ elastic constants. The eigenvalues and the eigenfunctions are obtained using the Williams eigenfunction method, which depends on the anisotropic materials’ properties and the geometry of an interfacial corner. The order of the singularity related to the eigenvalue is real, complex or power-logarithmic. The amplitudes of the singular stress terms can be calculated using the H-integral. The stress and displacement around an interfacial corner for the H-integral are obtained using finite element analysis. In this study, a proposed definition of the stress intensity factors of an interfacial corner, which includes those of an interfacial crack and a homogeneous crack, is used to evaluate the singular stress fields. Asymptotic solutions of stress and displacement around an interfacial corner front are uniquely obtained using these stress intensity factors. To prove the accuracy of the present method, several different kinds of examples are shown such as interfacial corners or cracks in three-dimensional structures. 1784 0020-7683 14-15 International Journal of Solids and Structures 1775 47 Elsevier H-integral Stress intensity factor analysis of a three-dimensional interfacial corner between anisotropic bimaterials under thermal stress
2433/188009 Aoi, Shinya 2013/01/22 Centipedes have many body segments and legs and they generate body undulations during terrestrial locomotion. Centipede locomotion has the characteristic that body undulations are absent at low speeds but appear at faster speeds; furthermore, their amplitude and wavelength increase with increasing speed. There are conflicting reports regarding whether the muscles along the body axis resist or support these body undulations and the underlying mechanisms responsible for the body undulations remain largely unclear. In the present study, we investigated centipede locomotion dynamics using computer simulation with a body-mechanical model and experiment with a centipede-like robot and then conducted dynamic analysis with a simple model to clarify the mechanism. The results reveal that body undulations in these models occur due to an instability caused by a supercritical Hopf bifurcation. We subsequently compared these results with data obtained using actual centipedes. The model and actual centipedes exhibit similar dynamic properties, despite centipedes being complex, nonlinear dynamic systems. Based on our findings, we propose a possible passive mechanism for body undulations in centipedes, similar to a follower force or jackknife instability. We also discuss the roles of the muscles along the body axis in generating body undulations in terms of our physical model. 1539-3755 1 Physical Review E 87 American Physical Society Instability-based mechanism for body undulations in centipede locomotion
2433/192762 Susaki, Junichi 2014/12/01 We propose an algorithm for estimating urban density from polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images, and compare the urban density patterns of global megacities. SAR images are uniquely able to detect structural information of objects, but they are very sensitive to orientation angle. This issue has been an obstacle to applying SAR images to urban areas. Kajimoto and Susaki (2013b) proposed an algorithm to handle this issue. The effects of polarization orientation angle (POA) are removed by rotating the coherency matrix and then calculating the mean and standard deviation of scattering power by POA domain. The algorithm can estimate urban density from a single fully polarimetric SAR image but has the drawback that the generated urban density maps of multiple images are not comparable with each other because the algorithm generates a relative urban density valid only within the analyzed image. We therefore extend the method by calculating POA-domain statistics from all images of interest so that the generated maps can be compared. Estimated urban densities are assessed on two types of urban density generated from GIS data, building-to-land ratio and floor-area ratio. We demonstrate that the extended method can estimate urban density with reasonable accuracy. Finally, we generate two scattergrams of indices derived from urban density maps of global megacities. An analysis using the scattergrams indicates insightful information about the patterns of urban development. We conclude that the proposed algorithm and the analysis using the obtained results are beneficial to understanding the conditions in megacities. 348 0034-4257 Remote Sensing of Environment 334 155 Elsevier Inc. Urban density Urban density mapping of global megacities from polarimetric SAR images
2433/189263 Kamimoto, Shingo 2014/08/01 We develop the exact WKB analysis of an M2P1T (merging two simple poles and one simple turning point) Schrödinger equation. In Part II, using a WKB-theoretic transformation to the algebraic Mathieu equation constructed in Part I, we calculate the alien derivative of its Borel transformed WKB solutions at each fixed singular point relevant to the simple poles through the analysis of Borel transformed WKB solutions of the Legendre equations. In the course of the calculation of the alien derivative we make full use of microdifferential operators whose symbols are given by the infinite series that appear in the coefficients of the algebraic Mathieu equation and the Legendre equation. 613 0001-8708 Advances in Mathematics 565 260 Elsevier Inc. Exact WKB analysis Exact WKB analysis of a Schrödinger equation with a merging triplet of two simple poles and one simple turning point, II -- Its relevance to the Mathieu equation and the Legendre equation
2433/179616 Sato, Yasuhiro 2013/12/10 Frequency-dependent prey choice by natural enemies may influence the coexistence of multiple prey types, but little is known about whether frequency-dependent foraging choice occurs in herbivory on plants showing resistance polymorphism within a single population. Here we examined frequency-dependent foraging by a crucifer-feeding leaf beetle, Phaedon brassicae, on trichome-producing (hairy) and trichomeless (glabrous) plants coexisting within a natural population of the perennial herb Arabidopsis halleri subsp. gemmifera. Larvae of P. brassicae fed on hairy leaves showed slower growth than those fed on glabrous leaves. Although adult beetles consumed similar amounts of leaves when they were fed either hairy or glabrous leaves in no-choice conditions, our choice experiment showed that adult beetles fed at less than the proportionally expected level on hairy leaves compared to glabrous leaves when the hairy leaves were less or equally abundant. Both types of leaves were consumed at the proportionally expected levels when the hairy leaves were more abundant than the glabrous leaves. In a natural population, the leaf damage on the hairy plants was negatively correlated with the local proportion of the glabrous plants in a 1-m diameter patch across 2 years, while correlations between the leaf damage on the glabrous plants and their proportion differed between the 2 years. Additionally, we found five glucosinolates in leaves of A. halleri, but their accumulation did not differ between hairy and glabrous plants. Our experimental results indicate that hairy plants incur less herbivory by P. brassicae when glabrous plants are abundant. The field pattern provides evidence suggestive of frequency-dependent herbivory acting on hairy plants. The present study highlights one of the putative mechanisms of maintaining plant resistance polymorphism. 559 0269-7653 3 Evolutionary Ecology 545 26 Springer Arabidopsis halleri subsp. gemmifera Frequency-dependent herbivory by a leaf beetle, Phaedon brassicae, on hairy and glabrous plants of Arabidopsis halleri subsp. gemmifera
2433/85044 小崎, 隆 2005/03/01 2001-2003年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B)(2))研究成果報告書 課題番号：13460032 研究代表者：小崎隆 (京都大学大学院地球環境学堂 教授) http://kaken.nii.ac.jp/ja/p/13460032 京都大学 穀作圃場 ユーラシア・ステップにおける土壌有機物のダイナミックス -地球温暖化・砂漠化対策としての土地利用の適正化とは何か?- Soil organic matter dynamics in Eurasian steppes
2433/199811 Takata, Shigeru 2015/01/01 7 1 Numerical data for the generalized slip-flow theory
2433/55673 Kyuma, Kazutake 1972/03/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 521 0563-8682 4 東南アジア研究 502 9 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Numerical Classification of the Climate of South and Southeast Asia
2433/56466 Ikemoto, Yukio 1992/09/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 235 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 213 30 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Income Inequality in Thailand in the 1980s
2433/215309 Nosaka, Tomoki 2016/03/23 Kyoto University M-theory M理論におけるM2ブレーンと厳密ラージN展開 M2-branes in M-theory and exact large N expansion
2433/218226 Hampapura, Harsha R. 2016/07/28 Using the method of modular-invariant differential equations, we classify a family of Rational Conformal Field Theories with two and three characters having no Kac-Moody algebra. In addition to unitary and non-unitary minimal models, we find "dual" theories whose characters obey bilinear relations with those of the minimal models to give the Moonshine Module. In some ways this relation is analogous to cosets of meromorphic CFT's. The theory dual in this sense to the Ising model has central charge 47/2 and is related to the Baby Monster Module. 1029-8479 Journal of High Energy Physics 2016 Springer Nature Conformal and W Symmetry Two-dimensional RCFT’s without Kac-Moody symmetry
2433/74782 Kimura, Kiichi 1951/02/15 193 The Commemoration volume for the silver jubilee 179 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University THE ARAKATSU AND KIMURA LABORATORIES
2433/47001 Okamoto, Masami 1975/04/30 88 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 77 44 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the bulk polymerization of aliphatic aldehydes under high pressure
2433/76843 Lee, Heung Lark 1979/10/15 296 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 285 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Polarographic Behavior of Metal Acetylacetonates in Acetylacetone as New Non-Aqueous Electrochemical Medium
2433/83821 TAKEO, FUKIKO 1994/03/01 85 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 75 860 京都大学数理解析研究所 HAUSUDORFF DIMENSION AND FOURIER COEFFICIENTS(Linear Operators and Inequalities)
2433/75714 Tanaka, Kenzo 1959/11/25 293 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 281 37 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Phase Transformation of n-Higher Alcohols. (II)
2433/154870 HICHIRI, Kei 2012/01/01 Ion transport from one aqueous phase (W1) to another (W2) across a planar bilayer lipid membrane (BLM) in the presence of inhalation anesthetics was electrochemically investigated. In the absence of inhalation anesthetics in the BLM system, no ion transport current flowed between W1 and W2 across the BLM. When inhalation anesthetics such as halothane, chloroform, diethyl ether and trichloroethylene were added to the two aqueous phases or the BLM, the ion transport current quite clearly appeared. When the ratio of the concentration of KCl or NaCl in W1 to that in W2 was varied, the zero current potential across the BLM was shifted. By considering the magnitude of the potential shift, we concluded that the ion transport current can be predominantly ascribed to the transport of Cl[−] across the BLM. Since the dielectric constants of these anesthetics are larger than that of the inner hydrophobic domain of the BLM, the concentration of hydrophilic electrolyte ions in the BLM increases with the increase in the dielectric constant of the inner hydrophobic domain caused by addition of these anesthetics. These situations lead to an increase in the ion permeability coefficient. 49 0910-6340 1 Analytical Sciences 45 28 Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Influence of Inhalation Anesthetics on Ion Transport across a Planar Bilayer Lipid Membrane
2433/108643 Morimune, Kimio 2009/12/01 Laplace's calculations to derive the length of the meter are described. It is noted that any form of the method of least squares is not used in his determination of the length of the meter. Instead, he used two equations to solve for two unknowns that are necessary to determine the length of the meter. In Appendix 1, these two equations are derived as the asymptotic expansion of the elliptic integral derived by Bessel. Some estimation results obtained by the method of least squares, namely, results of calculations by Legendre and by Stigler, are summarized in Appendix 2. 114 1349-6786 2 The Kyoto economic review 103 http://joi.jlc.jst.go.jp/JST.JSTAGE/ker/78.103 78 Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University length of the meter Laplace's calculations of length of the meter
2433/60476 Ushiki, Shigehiro 1996/08/01 180 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 168 959 京都大学数理解析研究所 2次元複素力学系の放物型不動点について(複素力学系に関する諸問題) Parabolic fixed points of two dimensional complex dynamical systems(Complex Dynamics and Related Problems)
2433/129296 西村, 宏昭 2009/06/01 500 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 491 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 52 京都大学防災研究所 大型テント Failure of a Large Tent Structure by a Gusty Wind at Tsuruga City 2008年7月に発生した敦賀市の突風による大型テントの被害
2433/124904 MONJI, Nobutaka 1981/12/01 250 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 239 31 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Vertical Structure of the Convective Surface Layer
2433/73351 NHAT, Le minh 2007/04/01 43 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 33 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 50 京都大学防災研究所 降雨IDF関係 観測の不十分な流域のためのスケール特性に基づく降水強度-期間-頻度関係 Regional Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Relationships For Ungauged Catchments Based on Scaling Properties
2433/187033 Hatta, Yoshitaka 2014/03/01 We present some exact solutions of relativistic second order hydrodynamic equations in theories with conformal symmetry. Starting from a spherically expanding solution in ideal hydrodynamics, we take into account general conformal second order corrections and construct, for the first time, fully analytical axisymmetric solutions including the case with nonzero vorticity. These solutions are time reversible despite having a nonvanishing shear stress tensor, and provide a useful quantitative measure of the second order effects in relativistic hydrodynamics. 1550-2368 5 Physical Review D 89 American Physical Society Exact analytical solutions of second order conformal hydrodynamics
2433/191209 Kim, Hyeon-Deuk 2014/10/01 Although hydrogen is the simplest of all molecular species, its nuclear quantum effects dominate the structure and thermodynamical properties of the condensed phases. With a recently developed nonempirical quantum molecular dynamics simulation method, we present intuitive understandings of real-time dynamics of each para-hydrogen(p−H[2]) molecule in the liquid phase including its H-H bond vibrations, molecular orientations, and librational motions. The short- and long-living memories of angular dynamics we found suggest that p−H[2] should be described as a librating nonspherical diatomic molecule and can be characterized by two typical dynamics: kinetic motions inside a solvation shell and diffusive dynamics out of the shell. The real-time trajectory reveals that structural rearrangements of a p−H[2] molecule such as breakout from a solvation shell significantly correlate with its intramolecular structure and fluctuations. The H-H bond power spectra completely fitted by two functions also indicate that liquid p−H[2] has two typical structures. The condensed-phase effects on shifts and broadening of H-H bond stretching frequencies, intrinsic librational dynamics, and molecular orientational distributions are computationally demonstrated and physically rationalized. 1098-0121 16 Physical Review B 90 American Physical Society Correlations of intra- and intermolecular dynamics and structure in liquid para-hydrogen
2433/187791 Sotani, Hajime 2014/05/02 Direct observations of neutron stars could tell us an imprint of modified gravity. However, it is generally difficult to resolve the degeneracy due to the uncertainties in the equation of state of neutron star matter and in gravitational theories. In this paper, we have successfully found the observational possibility to distinguish Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity (EiBI) from general relativity. We show that the radii of neutron stars with 0.5M⊙ are strongly correlated with the neutron skin thickness of {208}Pb independently of the equation of state, while this correlation depends on the coupling constant in EiBI. As a result, via the direct observations of the radius of the neutron star with 0.5M⊙ and the measurements of a neutron skin thickness of {208}Pb by the terrestrial experiments, one could not only discriminate EiBI from general relativity but also estimate the coupling constant in EiBI. 1550-7998 10 Physical Review D 89 American Physical Society Observational discrimination of Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity from general relativity
2433/198090 ALLOUCHE, Jean-Paul 2012/08/01 37 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 27 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 68R15 Surveying some notions of complexity for finite and infinite sequences (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/198077 MISHOU, Hidehiko 2012/08/01 246 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 235 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11M06 On joint universality for derivatives of the Riemann zeta function and automorphic $L$-functions (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/196252 ABBES, Ahmed 2012/07/01 29 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 19 B32 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 14F20 Ramification and cleanliness : joint work with Takeshi Saito (Algebraic Number Theory and Related Topics 2010)
2433/194548 讃岐, 勝 2012/10/01 96 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1814 京都大学数理解析研究所 ベズー構成を用いた多変数近似GCD計算 : 桁落ち誤差解析 (Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/194925 BINDING, PAUL 2013/06/01 160 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 149 1838 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34B24 PRUFER'S TRANSFORMATION (Global qualitative theory of ordinary differential equations and its applications)
2433/195390 HIKAMI, Kazuhiro 2013/12/01 134 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 120 1866 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cluster Algebra and Complex Volume (Intelligence of Low-dimensional Topology)
2433/195393 Ito, Tetsuya 2013/12/01 91 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1866 京都大学数理解析研究所 Quantum representation and dual Garside structure (Intelligence of Low-dimensional Topology)
2433/195416 Weber, Andrzej 2013/12/01 120 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 109 1868 京都大学数理解析研究所 Computing equivariant characteristic classes of singular varieties (Pursuit of the Essence of Singularity Theory)
2433/195890 谷口, 隆 2014/05/01 139 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 1898 京都大学数理解析研究所 3次体の数え上げ (解析的整数論 : 超越関数の数論的性質とその応用)
2433/195893 Hirata-Kohno, Noriko 2014/05/01 102 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 92 1898 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11G05 COMPUTING $S$-INTEGRAL POINTS ON ELLIPTIC CURVES OF RANK AT LEAST 3 (Analytic Number Theory : Arithmetic Properties of Transcendental Functions and their Applications)
2433/63635 Sugie, Jitsuro 2000/01/01 100 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1128 京都大学数理解析研究所 A NONOSCILLATION THEOREM FOR SECOND ORDER NONLINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH DECAYING COEFFICIENTS (Mathematical Models in Functional Equations)
2433/173845 Shioi, Yukitake 2011/01/01 In Japan, conformity in the design of a bridge's superstructure and substructure has been realized by taking into account the correlation between the load and displacement of its foundation. This has enabled a rational seismic design to be achieved, but failure to take into account deformation of the foundation might invite a serious accident. The collapse of the Can Tho Bridge in Vietnam was caused by uneven settlement under the foundation of a bent supporting the concrete slab, which sank slightly during construction process due to the slab's step weights. In this paper, the author proposes a newly developed calculation method based on a revised Voigt Model for estimating the settlement of soft ground in the Mekong Delta. International Symposium on Backwards Problem in Geotechnical Engineering and Monitoring of Geo-Construction, Green Hall, Kensetsu-Koryu-kan, 2011/07/14-15 62 Proceeding of TC302 Symposium Osaka 2011 : International Symposium on Backwards Problem in Geotechnical Engineering and Monitoring of Geo-Construction 51 Importance of Taking Deformation of Substructure into Account for Bridge Design
2433/178633 OZAWA, Izuo 1973/12/01 An observation of the earth tidal extension by means of extensometer which has been devised By I. Ozawa has been carried out in a gypsum mine at Walferdange, Luxemburg. The observation was begun in November, 1970. The sensitivity of the observation was in the range between 0.45 X 10^- 9 /mm and 0.61 X 10^-9/mm. The harmonic analyses have four periods whose lengths are from 30 days to 60 days. According to these analyses, the amplitude of M_2 wave and O_1 wave are (0.72-1.84) X 10^-8 and (0.43-1.07) X 10^-8, respectively. The sensitivity of the extensometer has been measured automatically with the carpaudin every other days. The differences of the phase lags between M_2 wave's KM_2 and O_1 wave's KO_1 is given as KM_2-KO_1 =41.2°-43.4° The amplitude ratio O_1/M_2 of the O_1 wave's to M2 wave's are given as 0.433~0.777. From these result, we have the ratio l/h between Shida's number and Love's one is given as 0.114±0.007. The probable values of these numbers is obtained as h= 0.75±0.06 and l=0.10±0.02. These results give the possibility that the values of Love's and the Shida's numbers are obtained directly by means of this observation far distant from the sea. 92 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 85 13 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University OBSERVATION OF THE EARTH TIDAL EXTENSION AT WALFERDANGE
2433/47314 Li, Chi-Kwong 2005/04/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 65 1427 京都大学数理解析研究所 EIGENVALUES, SINGULAR VALUES, AND LITTLEWOOD-RICHARDSON COEFFICIENTS (Role of Operator Inequalities in Operator Theory)
2433/77386 Inoue, Tadashi 1991/09/14 76 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 67 69 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Viscoelasticity and Birefringence of Polymer Blends (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Ken-ichi Katayama On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/26687 長江, 拓也 2006/04/01 196 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. C 189 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49c0/a49c0p19.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 ピロティ建物 Performance Assessment for Reinforced Concrete Buildings with Soft First Stories ピロティを有する鉄筋コンクリート造建物の確率論的耐震性能評価
2433/47020 Tanaka, Yoshiyuki 1976/02/29 103 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 93 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Evaluation and correlation of viscosity data : the most probable values of the viscosity of gaseous propane and propylene
2433/52129 KUWABARA, Masayoshi 1986/08/31 A new purification method for tumor-specific antigens is described. The TS-1 antigen was purified with ammonium sulfate and fractionation by column chromatography, Sephadex G 50,G 200 and Con A Sepharose 4B. It was shown using the double immunodiffusion test that the TS-1 and CEA had a common antigenic determinant. The TS-2 antigen, which was purified by a simpler method using proteolysis of Pronase E and fractionation by column chromatography, was also a tumor-specific antigen. Anti-TS-1 serum had crossreactivity with TS-2 antigen, but anti-CEA and anti-NCA had no crossreactivity in double gel diffusion with TS-2 antigen. It was shown using the immunofluorescence test and enzyme-labelled antibody technique that TS-1 and TS-2 antigens localized only on the cancer cell surface. They were not localized on the normal tissue of bronchial epithelium, mucous glands, vascular tissue or alveoli. The sedimentation coefficients of TS-1 and TS-2 antigens, which were measured by boundary ultracentrifugation, were 6.81 and 1.65,respectively. Sugar parts of the TS-1 antigen were composed of fucose, galactose, glucose, N-acetylglucosamine and sialic acid, while those of the TS-2 antigen were composed of fucose, galactose, N-acetylgalactosamine and unknown sugars. The protein parts of the TS-1 and TS-2 antigens accounted for 11.3% and 15.1%, respectively. While TS-1 antigen and CEA showed affinity to Con A, TS-2 antigen did not. These results suggested that TS-1 and TS-2 antigens were cancer specific and that TS-1 antigen was divided by the proteolysis with Pronase E into TS-2 antigen and NCA. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 55 0009-3378 1/2 京都大学結核胸部疾患研究所紀要 43 19 京都大学結核胸部疾患研究所 A Human Tumor-Specific Antigen from Lung Cancer : A New Purification Method
2433/75931 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1963/01/30 316 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 307 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Gamma-Gamma Directional Correlations of Some Gamma Ray Cascades in ¹¹ºCd
2433/77230 Horii, Fumitaka 1989/02/15 329 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 317 66 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University ¹³C NMR Analysis of the α-Methyl Group Rotation of Solid Poly(methyl methacrylate)s with Different Tacticities (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hiroshi Ibagaki, Professor Michio Kurata, Professor Ryozo Kitamura, On the Occasion of Their Retirments)
2433/180057 LIU, Yang 2010/10/01 56 0013-0273 4 經濟論叢 45 184 京都大学経済学会 Growth-Path Calibration and Panel Estimation of the Marxian Optimal Growth Model (特集 マルクス派最適成長論の展開と周辺問題)
2433/182937 Imai, Hissei 2014/02/28 We investigated the 15-item Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS-15) with regard to its factors and, reproducibility, as well as its relationship to activities of daily living, social factors, medical conditions, and quality of life for community-dwelling elderly people in Japan. The study population consisted of 736 community-dwelling elderly participants aged 65 or older. Exploratory factor analysis of the data and correlation coefficients between factors and activities of daily living, quality of life, social factors, and medical conditions were calculated for two consecutive years. The reproducibility of the results was also evaluated. As the result, GDS-15 had three reproducible factors specified as follows: factor I, "energy loss and pessimistic outlook"; factor II, "positive mental status (reversed)"; and factor III, "empty feeling." Comparing our findings with a review of research in this area, positive items (excluding "feel full of energy") seem to compose an universal factor. Factor I correlated best with quality of life, factor II with activities of daily living, and factor III with subjective cognitive function. These results suggest the GDS-15 can be used to assess the functional ability and quality of life, as well as depressive mood in older adults. 465 0165-1781 2 Psychiatry research 460 215 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. Depression Factor structures of a Japanese version of the Geriatric Depression Scale and its correlation with the quality of life and functional ability.
2433/191220 Kinoshita, Katsuyuki 2015/02/01 We have developed a method for detecting fatigue in aluminum alloys that is based on a applying a ferromagnetic electroless Ni–Co–P plating and then using an electromagnetic impedance (EMI) method to determine its permeability properties by measuring the high-frequency AC impedance of a coil sensor in the presence of a static magnetic field. The results obtained confirmed that this method can estimate the fatigue evolution of a specimen until the point at which the cumulative strain becomes saturated by using measurements obtained by the EMI method under tensile deformation and FEM analysis results. 86 0304-8853 Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 80 375 Elsevier B.V. Ni–Co–P plating Estimation of fatigue evolution of aluminum alloy plated with electroless NI–CO–P by using electromagnetic impedance method
2433/174539 Osawa, Koji 2013/03/01 Photo-dissociation reaction of bis(p-dimethylaminophenyl) disulfide in ionic liquids was studied by ultrafast transient absorption spectroscopy. Geminate recombination occurred more efficiently in the ionic liquids than in methanol due to the strong cage effect of the ionic liquids. An analysis based on the diffusion limited reaction model was performed to elucidate the recombination dynamics in ionic liquids. The very fast solvation dynamics less than 0.5 ps was observed in viscous solvents together with slow solvation dynamics on nanoseconds time scale. The relation between the solvation dynamics and geminate recombination was discussed. 25 0009-2614 Chemical Physics Letters 21 564 Elsevier B.V. Photo-dissociation dynamics of bis(p-dimethylaminophenyl) disulfide in ionic liquids studied by ultrafast transient absorption spectroscopy
2433/87778 Xin, Jiayu 2009/02/01 Oxidation stability of safflower biodiesel stabilized with propyl gallate whose concentration spreads from 0 to 5000 ppm was studied by Rancimat method at temperatures from 100 °C to 120 °C. It was consequently demonstrated that the induction period of biodiesel increases with the increase of antioxidant concentration and decreases with increase of temperature. Kinetics on its oxidation was described by the first order rate law with an accuracy higher than 0.98. The reaction rate of propyl gallate consumed in safflower biodiesel obtained from the experiment fits well with Arrhenius equation and the activation energy obtained from Arrhenius equation was 97.02 kJ/mol. Logarithm of induction periods determined by Rancimat method with various antioxidant concentrations shows a linear relation with temperatures. It was, consequently, found that the Rancimat method for the oxidation stability determination shows an approximate correlation between storage stability and Rancimat induction period. The Rancimat method cannot directly measure the overall storage stability of fuels, since other conditions such as presence of water, microbial contamination and storage conditions would affect fuel quality during storage. 286 0016-2361 2 Fuel 282 88 Elsevier Kinetics on the oxidation of biodiesel stabilized with antioxidant
2433/156046 Matsuo, Miyuki 2012/04/01 This paper deals with the kinetics on the color changes of cellulose during heat treatment. The color of cellulose heated at 90-180℃ was measured by a spectrophotometer and expressed by CIELAB color parameters. The values of L* decreased and those of a*, b* and ΔE*ab increased at all the treatment temperatures. Several kinetic models, namely, the zero-order, first-order, second-order and autocatalytic model, were applied to the changes in the color values. Furthermore, the results of kinetic analysis using the best-fit model were compared to the results obtained from conventional kinetic models. It was suggested that the kinetic analysis using the best-fit model was the better way to accurately predict color changes during heat treatment. The values of apparent activation energy calculated from the changes of L*, a*, b* and ΔE*ab were 125, 124, 118 and 120 kJ/mol, respectively. These values were similar to the reported values calculated from other chemical or mechanical properties. 119 1435-0211 2 Journal of Wood Science 113 58 Springer-Verlag Cellulose Kinetic analysis of color changes in cellulose during heat treatment
2433/85218 Sonobe, Taro 2008/11/01 The carbon-modified TiO2 were synthesized through microwave carbonization of ethanol by using a domestic microwave oven. This process enabled to form the carbonaceous compounds on the surface of TiO2 and created several new mid-gap bands into the original bandgap within few minutes operation. The sample showed a remarkable visible-light absorption even at the wavelength of around 800 nm. The promotion of photocatalytic activity under visible and ultraviolet (UV) light irradiation were also confirmed by the I3- formation in KI aqueous solution. The I3- formation rate of carbon-modified TiO2 per unit mass under visible light is almost 25 times higher than that of pure TiO2. The mid-gap optical absorption mechanisms were investigated through analysis of absorption edges. It is revealed that surface state change against microwave-treatment time results in different mid-gap optical absorption processes. 8460 0021-4922 11 Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 8456 http://jjap.ipap.jp/link?JJAP/47/8456/ 47 Japan Society of Applied Physics optical properties Optical Properties of the Carbon-Modified TiO2 Prepared by Microwave Carbonization Process
2433/123384 Shiotani, T. 2009/07/01 Injection of repair agent (grout) into boreholes is a repair technique commonly applied to deteriorated concrete structures, ensuring that interconnected cracks and voids are eliminated. The repair effect is evaluated from the increase in the pulse velocity between before and after grouting. Measured velocities after grouting, however, unexpectedly led to a remarkable decrease in the case of a 70-year old dam. This resulted in a doubt about the efficiency of repair. Through investigation, it was concluded that the velocity decrease was attributed to the initial low stiffness of the cement grouting agent due to insufficient hydration in cold environments where the structure is located. Theoretical investigation based on multiple scattering theory is performed, as the filling material acts as a scatterer in the concrete matrix. It is found that the pulse velocity of the structure is lower than that of the initial damaged condition before the repair agent becomes hardened up to an adequate level of stiffness. Accordingly, the amount of the agent injected into the structure was strongly correlated with the velocity decrease after grouting. As a result, the velocity decrease was observed in the repaired dam. Further validation was conducted after a period of 2 years in the same structure with exactly the same sensor arrangement as before. It is clarified that, the velocity distribution measured is in remarkable agreement with that predicted in the theory just after grouting. 2652 0950-0618 7 Construction and Building Materials 2647 23 Elsevier Concrete Elastic wave validation of large concrete structures repaired by means of cement grouting
2433/202122 Ohkubo, Jun 2014/10/01 Analytical solutions for time-inhomogeneous linear birth–death processes with immigration are derived. While time-inhomogeneous linear birth–death processes without immigration have been studied by using a generating function approach, the processes with immigration are here analyzed by Lie algebraic discussions. As a result, a restriction for time-inhomogeneity of the birth–death process is understood from the viewpoint of the finiteness of the dimensionality of the Lie algebra. First online: 16 July 2014 391 0022-4715 2 Journal of Statistical Physics 380 157 Springer US Doi–Peliti method Lie Algebraic Discussions for Time-Inhomogeneous Linear Birth–Death Processes with Immigration
2433/55964 Chiu, Yi-Chung 1979/09/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 291 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 280 17 京都大学東南アジア研究センター A Quarterly Econometric Forecasting Model for Taiwan Economy (Proceedings of the Asian Sub-Link Project Symposium)
2433/217985 Unuma, Takashi 2016/01/01 A role of environmental shear on the organization mode of warm-season quasi-stationary convective clusters (QSCCs) was statistically investigated by using operational weather radar and radiosonde data from May to October during 2005-2012. With the use of an ellipse-fitting method, the total number of QSCCs whose shape was determined was 2549. It was found that 87% of the QSCCs have an aspect ratio of larger than 1.4, suggesting that the elongated mode is dominant during the warm season in Japan. The elongated QSCCs were mostly oriented southwest–northeast. The analyses of the environmental shear direction with respect to the orientation of the elongated QSCCs showed that the wind shear direction at the lower troposphere is mainly parallel to the orientation of the elongated QSCCs. A comparison between the elongated and the circular QSCCs with the environmental parameters showed that the lower convective instability and stronger intensity of the low-level shear clearly characterize the elongated QSCC environments. A parameter combining convective instability and shear, bulk Richardson number, characterizes the environmental conditions for determining the organization mode of the QSCCs, suggesting that a back-building mechanism should play a role in generating the elongated QSCCs. 115 1349-6476 Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere 111 12 Meteorological Society of Japan A Role of Environmental Shear on the Organization Mode of Quasi-Stationary Convective Clusters during the Warm Season in Japan
2433/46909 Kaminishi, Gen-ichi 1968/11/20 84 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 79 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Vapor-liquid equilibria in the systems : CO2-CO, CO2-CO-H2 and CO2-CH4 (The co-operative researches on the fundamental studies of the liquid phase reactions at high pressures)
2433/46996 Fujii, Takeshi 1974/09/30 55 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 38 44 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic studies on the rearrangement of n-chloroacetanilide under pressure
2433/47090 El'yanov, B. S. 1980/01/01 184 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 169 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Some recent approaches to the quantitative description of the effect of high pressure on the thermodynamic and kinetic parameters of chemical reactions (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/47066 Katayama, Masatake 1979/02/10 95 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 84 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Layer growth of CdSb phase in the Cd-Sb diffusion couple at high pressure
2433/47042 Tanaka, Yoshiyuki 1977/07/20 24 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 12 47 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Specific volume and viscosity of ethanol-water mixtures under high pressure
2433/46742 Kiyama, Ryo 1956/01/01 74 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 70 26 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan An improved viscometer for compressed gases and the viscosity of oxygen
2433/75578 1957/10/31 40 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 38 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Titles of Papers : Read at the 58th Semi-annal Meeting of the Institute on November 30th and December 1st, 1956
2433/65669 Osaki, Kunihiro 1995/03/01 25 1342-0321 ICR annual report 24 1 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dynamic Birefringence of Amorphous Polymers (FUNDAMENTAL MATERIAL PROPERTIES-Molecular Rheology)
2433/65689 1996/03/01 84 1342-0321 ICR annual report 81 2 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University MEETINGS AND SYMPOSIUMS
2433/26552 CAMENEN, Benoit 2005/04/01 755 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 745 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no48/48b0/a48b0p73.pdf 48 京都大学防災研究所 漂砂量則 A simple formulation of the non-cohesive sediment-transport 沿岸域における全漂砂量の簡便式の提案
2433/73350 LEE, Giha 2007/04/01 56 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 45 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 50 京都大学防災研究所 自動パラメータ推定 分布型降雨流出モデルにおけるパラメータの不確実性の定量化 Quantification of Parameter Uncertainty in Distributed Rainfall-Runoff Modeling
2433/95207 HOTTA, S. 1993/11/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 94 0627-2997 2 物性研究 67 61 物性研究刊行会 Fomin's Lecture Note on Low Temperature Phases of ^3He
2433/95117 Hong, Jongbae 1993/07/20 We show the exact dynamic structure factor S(κ, ω) of the many-electron system by calculating the relaxation function. Our S(κ, ω) is asymptotically exact as κ→∞ and at a particular metallic density r^*_s≈3.5. From the exact solution, we derive two static relations, x^2=3/5y, and x^2=3/16ω^2_ρ[1-g(0)] valid at r^*_s, where x and y are averages of the one-particle kinetic energy and its square, respectively. Our S(κ, ω) is compared with an experimental measurement for Li at κ=2.08κ_F. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 378 0627-2997 4 物性研究 374 60 物性研究刊行会 An Exact Dynamics of an Electron Gas at r_s≈3.5 and a Short-wavelength Limit(New Developments in Statistical Physics Similarities in Diversities,YITP Workshop)
2433/129243 児島, 利治 2004/04/01 209 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 203 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 47 京都大学防災研究所 Landsat-7/ETM+ Development of Method for Identification of Flood Disaster Areas with High Resolution Interpolated Images 高分解能補間画像を用いた洪水被災地域の同定手法の開発
2433/128999 HARADA, Kenji 2004/03/01 279 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. C 273 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 47 京都大学防災研究所 海岸林 津波災害低減のための防潮林(自然力)の活用について Study on the Effect of Coastal Forest to Tsunami Reduction
2433/125329 Takata, Yasuma 1940/10/01 43 0023-6055 4 Kyoto University Economic Review 25 15 Department of Economics in the Imperial University of Kyoto MONEY, THE ECONOMIC VEIL
2433/123764 NAGAO, Masashi 1965/03/25 64 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 53 14 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On Secular Change in Inflows to Lake Biwa
2433/124832 OZAWA, Izuo 1973/08/01 45 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 27 23 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Observations of Vibrational Strains in Earthquakes, and Relations of the Maximum Amplitude s to the Seismic Magnitudes and the Epicentral Distances
2433/75529 Narumi, Hajime 1955/11/30 269 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 265 33 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University On the Unitary Representation of the Schrodinger Group Concerned with the Continuous Energy Spectrum
2433/75531 Nagasawa, Sumio 1955/11/30 256 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 241 33 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Studies on the Biological Assay of Insecticides. (XXXVII) : On the Differential Susceptibility of the Sexes of the Common House Fly, Musca domestica vicina Macquardt, to the Knockdown Effect of p,p'-DDT Powder
2433/123656 MURAYAMA, Sakuro 1954/08/30 15 0454-7675 Bulletins - Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University 1 8 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Failure of the Embankment Foundation (Studies on the Failure and the Settlement of Foundations)
2433/124930 OZAWA, Izuo 1984/12/01 186 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 169 34 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University The Observations of the Earth Tidal Strains in Old Osakayama Tunnel
2433/124995 MORII, Wataru 1993/09/01 59 0454-7675 2-3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 41 43 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On The Generation Mechanism of The X Phase
2433/187369 Hatta, Yoshitaka 2014/04/18 We show that the total gluon helicity ΔG in a polarized nucleon can be calculated on a Euclidean lattice through a universality class of QCD operators that describe the helicity or polarization of the on-shell gluon radiation. We in particular find some operators whose matrix elements in a nucleon of momentum Pz are directly related to ΔG with only power-law (1/P[z])[n](n≥2) corrections. 1550-7998 8 Physical Review D 89 American Physical Society Gluon helicity ΔG from a universality class of operators on a lattice
2433/191008 Ikeda, Kaori 2014/10/15 [Objective]Recent evidence in cultural and social psychology suggests Eastern cultures' emphasis on harmony and connection with others and Western cultures' emphasis on self-direction and autonomy. In Eastern society, relational harmony is closely linked to people's well-being. The impact of this cultural and social orientation on diabetes-related distress was investigated. [Research Design and Methods]Japanese and American patients with type 2 diabetes were surveyed by well-established questionnaire in Japan and in the United States, respectively. The association of personal values for interdependence, perceived emotional support, and the Problem Areas in Diabetes scale (PAID) were analyzed. [Results]A positive correlation between interdependence and PAID (r = 0.18; P = 0.025) and a negative correlation between perceived emotional support and PAID (r = − 0.24; P = 0.004) were observed after adjustments for other factors in Japanese data (n = 149), but not in American data (r = 0.00; P = 0.990, r = 0.02; P = 0.917, respectively, n = 50). In Japanese data, the three-factor structure of PAID (negative feelings about total life with diabetes, about living conditions with diabetes, and about treatment of diabetes) was identified, and interdependence showed significant positive correlations with the first and second factors and perceived emotional support showed significant negative correlations with all three factors of PAID. [Conclusions]These results suggest that personal values for interdependence may be linked to the level of diabetes-related distress and that the distress may be relieved by perception of emotional support, especially in an interdependent cultural context. 糖尿病患者の心の負担に日本人特有の要因の存在 -協調性を重視する文化の影響-. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2014-10-16. 1932-6203 10 PLOS ONE 9 Public Library of Science Social Orientation and Diabetes-Related Distress in Japanese and American Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
2433/191795 Yamada, Youzou 1984/11/30 道路が森林作業に与える効果を数量的に明らかにするために, 道路から作業現場までの歩行時間を現場調査した。そして, 滋賀県造林公社にて10事例, 京都大学和歌山演習林にて3事例を得た。この各々の事例を数区間に分けて区分データを作った。そして, 主に滋賀県造林公社の資料を用いて, 重回帰分析を行った。この結果, 歩行時間を説明するためには, 水平距離, 平均勾配, その他悪条件の3つの変数で十分であることがわかった。そこで, これらの変数が歩行時聞に対してどのように影響を与えているのか, より深く究明してみた。その結果, 歩行時間に対して一番大きな影響を与えているのは水平距離であり, 平均勾配はその次であることが明らかになった。しかも, 平均勾配のその影響は, 水平距離の影響に比べてはるかに小さいことも判明した。これらの事を通して, 水平距離は歩行時間に対して直接的に関係しているが, 平均勾配の方は間接的なものであることが推測された。一方歩行速度についても分析を試み, 歩行速度と平均勾配の回帰式を得た。そして, その回帰式 (B) の直線回帰としての妥当性を確認した。またこの回帰式を使って最も適当な平均勾配を単なる参考程度のものとして推察をこころみた。 209 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 198 56 京都大学農学部附属演習林 道路から現場までの歩行時間に関する現状調査と分析 : 滋賀県造林公社と京都大学和歌山演習林における調査例 Survey and Analysis of the Actual Condition of the Walking Time from the Road to the Working Spot : Study Cases of the Shiga Forest Corpcration and the Kyoto University Wakayama Forest
2433/187873 OZEKI, Yoshiyasu 2011/04/01 92 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 89 B25 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11G10 Non-existence of certain Galois representations with a uniform tame inertia weight : A resume (Algebraic Number Theory and Related Topics 2009)
2433/198092 2012/08/01 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次 Cover & Contents
2433/198465 Song, Zhenming 2011/06/29 The performance of intense Bessel femtosecond pulse propagation in dispersive medium is investigated. Water is chosen as the Kerr medium with large dispersion. We find that within the dispersion length, the temporal profile integrated over the beam radius is controlled mainly by dispersion, whereas the spectral profile is nearly undistorted. We also show the energy flow between different transverse parts of the beam, which provides a reservoir for the intense part of the Bessel beam and extends the nonlinear effect length between the pulse and the Kerr medium as we have previously found in argon. 1671-7694 s1 Chinese Optics Letters 9 Chinese Optical Society Intense Bessel femtosecond pulse propagation in dispersive Kerr medium
2433/194722 Shimoda, Yutaka 2013/02/01 95 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1824 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 30C45 Strongly starlikeness criteria for certain analytic functions (On Schwarzian Derivatives and Its Applications)
2433/195643 Ninomiya, Hirokazu 2014/04/01 138 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 134 1881 京都大学数理解析研究所 Diffusion-induced bifurcations from the stationary solutions and infinity (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Their Applications)
2433/194541 村上, 弘 2012/10/01 159 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 1814 京都大学数理解析研究所 チェビシェフ展開を用いたスツルム法による高次代数方程式の実根の分離 (Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/195472 GAN, WEE TECK 2013/12/01 47 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 37 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE REGULARIZED SIEGEL-WEIL FORMULA : A SECOND TERM IDENTITY (Automorphic Representations and Related Topics)
2433/163100 Inubushi, M. 2011/12/01 [Date] November 28 (Mon) - December 2 (Fri), 2011: [Place] Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto, JAPAN 123 IUTAM Symposium on 50 Years of Chaos : Applied and Theoretical 122 International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Covariant Lyapunov Analysis of Chaotic Kolmogorov Flows and Time-correlation Function
2433/163137 Warminski, Jerzy 2011/12/01 [Date] November 28 (Mon) - December 2 (Fri), 2011: [Place] Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto, JAPAN 47 IUTAM Symposium on 50 Years of Chaos : Applied and Theoretical 46 International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Regular and Chaotic Vibrations of Self-Excited Oscillators Driven by Parametric and External Excitations
2433/163133 Miyano, Takaya 2011/12/01 [Date] November 28 (Mon) - December 2 (Fri), 2011: [Place] Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto, JAPAN 55 IUTAM Symposium on 50 Years of Chaos : Applied and Theoretical 54 International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Augmented Lorenz Equations as Physical Model for Chaotic Gas Turbine
2433/169792 Nishikimi, Toshio 2013/01/24 [Background]Recent studies have shown that in addition to brain (or B-type) natriuretic peptide (BNP) and the N-terminal proBNP fragment, levels of intact proBNP are also increased in heart failure. Moreover, present BNP immunoassays also measure proBNP, as the anti-BNP antibody cross-reacts with proBNP. It is important to know the exact levels of proBNP in heart failure, because elevation of the low-activity proBNP may be associated with the development of heart failure. [Methodology/Principal Findings]We therefore established a two-step immunochemiluminescent assay for total BNP (BNP+proBNP) and proBNP using monoclonal antibodies and glycosylated proBNP as a standard. The assay enables measurement of plasma total BNP and proBNP within only 7 h, without prior extraction of the plasma. The detection limit was 0.4 pmol/L for a 50-µl plasma sample. Within-run CVs ranged from 5.2%–8.0% in proBNP assay and from 7.0%–8.4% in total BNP assay, and between-run CVs ranged from 5.3–7.4% in proBNP assay and from 2.9%–9.5% in total BNP assay, respectively. The dilution curves for plasma samples showed good linearity (correlation coefficients = 0.998–1.00), and analytical recovery was 90–101%. The mean total BNP and proBNP in plasma from 116 healthy subjects were 1.4±1.2 pM and 1.0±0.7 pM, respectively, and were 80±129 pM and 42±70 pM in 32 heart failure patients. Plasma proBNP levels significantly correlate with age in normal subjects. [Conclusions/Significance]Our immunochemiluminescent assay is sufficiently rapid and precise for routine determination of total BNP and proBNP in human plasma. 1932-6203 1 PloS one 8 Public Library of Science Direct Immunochemiluminescent Assay for proBNP and Total BNP in Human Plasma proBNP and Total BNP Levels in Normal and Heart Failure.
2433/77104 Oobatake, Motohisa 1985/08/24 94 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 82 63 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Optimization of Amino Acid Parameters for Correspondence of Sequence to Tertiary Structures of Proteins (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Eiichi Fujita on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/77340 Takekoshi, Hidekuni 1990/10/31 85 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 71 68 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Keage Laboratory of Nuclear Science Decennial Report 1978-1988 (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hidekuni Takekoshi On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/207795 KAMIMOTO, SHINGO 2013/03/01 98 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 81 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35A27 On the composition of kernel functions of pseudo-differential operators and the compatibility with Leibniz rule (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/207802 FUKUI, Toshizumi 2013/04/01 168 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 153 B38 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 53A05 Height functions on Whitney umbrellas (Singularity theory, geometry and topology)
2433/129866 益田, 熊雄 1930/04/01 705 0013-0273 4 經濟論叢 701 30 京都帝國大學經濟學會 相関係数の意義 相關係數の意義
2433/210199 Akasaka, Thai 2016/01/08 In Compressed Sensing (CS) of MRI, optimization of the regularization parameters is not a trivial task. We aimed to establish a method that could determine the optimal weights for regularization parameters in CS of time-of-flight MR angiography (TOF-MRA) by comparing various image metrics with radiologists' visual evaluation. TOF-MRA of a healthy volunteer was scanned using a 3T-MR system. Images were reconstructed by CS from retrospectively under-sampled data by varying the weights for the L1 norm of wavelet coefficients and that of total variation. The reconstructed images were evaluated both quantitatively by statistical image metrics including structural similarity (SSIM), scale invariant feature transform (SIFT) and contrast-to-noise ratio (CNR), and qualitatively by radiologists' scoring. The results of quantitative metrics and qualitative scorings were compared. SSIM and SIFT in conjunction with brain masks and CNR of artery-to-parenchyma correlated very well with radiologists' visual evaluation. By carefully selecting a region to measure, we have shown that statistical image metrics can reflect radiologists' visual evaluation, thus enabling an appropriate optimization of regularization parameters for CS. 1932-6203 1 PLOS ONE 11 Public Library of Science Optimization of regularization parameters in compressed sensing of magnetic resonance angiography: Can statistical image metrics mimic radiologists' perception?
2433/210287 Uematsu, Hironori 2015/04/29 Background: Community-acquired pneumonia is a common cause of patient hospitalization, and its burden on health care systems is increasing in aging societies. In this study, we aimed to investigate the factors that affect hospitalization costs in community-acquired pneumonia patients while considering the intermediate influence of patient length of stay. Methods: Using a multi-institutional administrative claims database, we analyzed 30, 041 patients hospitalized for community-acquired pneumonia who had been discharged between April 1, 2012 and September 30, 2013 from 289 acute care hospitals in Japan. Possible factors associated with hospitalization costs were investigated using structural equation modeling with length of stay as an intermediate variable. We calculated the direct, indirect (through length of stay), and total effects of the candidate factors on hospitalization costs in the model. Lastly, we calculated the ratio of indirect effects to direct effects for each factor. Results: The structural equation model showed that higher disease severities (using A-DROP, Barthel Index, and Charlson Comorbidity Index scores), use of mechanical ventilation, and tube feeding were associated with higher hospitalization costs, regardless of the intermediate influence of length of stay. The severity factors were also associated with longer length of stay durations. The ratio of indirect effects to direct effects on total hospitalization costs showed that the former was greater than the latter in the factors, except in the use of mechanical ventilation. Conclusions: Our structural equation modeling analysis indicated that patient profiles and procedures impacted on hospitalization costs both directly and indirectly. Furthermore, the profiles were generally shown to have greater indirect effects (through length of stay) on hospitalization costs than direct effects. These findings may be useful in supporting the more appropriate distribution of health care resources. 1932-6203 4 PLOS ONE 10 Public Library of Science The impact of patient profiles and procedures on hospitalization costs through length of stay in community-acquired pneumonia patients based on a Japanese administrative database
2433/214614 Alexeev, Valery 1994/01/01 99 代数幾何学シンポジューム記録 95 1994 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some boundedness theorems and their applications
2433/214911 Geer, Gerard Van Der 2009/01/01 22 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 20 2009 京都大学数理解析研究所 The limit of the Fourier-Mukai transform for torus rank one degenerations
2433/179453 Fushimi, Y 2012/04/01 392 0009-9260 4 Clinical radiology 389 67 Elsevier B.V. Abnormal hyperintensity in cerebellar efferent pathways on diffusion-weighted imaging in a patient with heat stroke.
2433/141841 Tateuchi, Hiroshige 2011/04/01 Residual hip impairments, such as decreased hip muscle moment and power during walking, have been reported in patients with total hip arthroplasty (THA). Meanwhile, greater ankle power has also been reported in these patients. We investigated the interaction between hip and ankle joints during walking to determine the effects of different ankle pushoff instructions on hip biomechanics in patients with THA. Twenty-four women (age, 60.8±5.5 years) were randomly assigned to walking exercise groups with either decreased pushoff or increased pushoff. Patients in the decreased pushoff group and increased pushoff group were given the instructions "push less with your foot when you walk" and "push more with your foot when you walk, " respectively. Exercises lasted approximately 10-15min. A series of gait-related parameters were analyzed during pre-exercise, exercise, and post-exercise session. In the decreased ankle pushoff group, hip flexor power absorption and hip/ankle power ratio were higher during post-exercise than during pre-exercise. An increase in hip power from -9.8% to 32.1% was identified. The effect of increase in the hip power by the decreasing ankle pushoff was higher in the patients with greater ankle pushoff in their natural gaits. The patients in the increased ankle pushoff group showed decreased hip flexion angle and hip muscle moment and power after the walking exercise, although ankle pushoff was not increased. Walking exercise with decreased ankle pushoff may help improve the distribution of muscle power between hip flexors and ankle plantarflexors during walking in patients with THA. 614 0966-6362 4 Gait & posture 609 33 Elsevier B.V. Gait Immediate effects of different ankle pushoff instructions during walking exercise on hip kinematics and kinetics in individuals with total hip arthroplasty.
2433/189834 Tabara, Yasuharu 2013/08/01 [BACKGROUND] Central systolic blood pressure (cSBP) has been postulated to correlate closely with cardiovascular risk. Identifying factors associated with cSBP is therefore important. Prolonged QT interval is known to be associated with cardiovascular outcomes and might also be associated with the arterial waveform and cSBP. We investigated the possible associations between electrocardiogram wave interval and cSBP in general population samples. [METHODS] Brachial blood pressure and radial arterial waveform were measured simultaneously. Augmentation index (AIx) was calculated from the radial waveform as the ratio of the height of the late systolic peak to that of the first peak. cSBP was defined as the absolute pressure of the late systolic peak. [RESULTS] In the first panel (n = 8,085), QT interval was strongly association with AIx (r = 0.330; P < 0.001). This association remained significant even in the heart rate–adjusted analysis (r = 0.184; P < 0.001). Although subjects with a longer QT interval were older and had higher blood pressure, heart rate, and pulse wave velocity, multivariable analysis with adjustment for these covariables nevertheless identified longer corrected QT interval as an independent determinant of increased AIx and smaller pulse pressure amplification (PPa; brachial SBP minus cSBP) (β = −0.066; P < 0.001). This association was replicated in the independent second panel (n = 1,412) (β = −0.105; P < 0.001). In contrast, QRS interval was positively associated with PPa (β = 0.056; P < 0.001). [CONCLUSIONS] Longer QT interval and short QRS duration were significantly associated with arterial waveform and PPa. Our results provide a clue to the elucidation of unidentified mechanisms of the increased cardiovascular outcome and mortality risks in subjects with longer QT interval. 980 0895-7061 8 American journal of hypertension 973 26 Oxford University Press blood pressure Association of longer QT interval with arterial waveform and lower pulse pressure amplification: the Nagahama Study.
2433/198841 Morita, W 2014/01/10 Under the patterning cascade model (PCM) of cusp development inspired by developmental genetic studies, it is predicted that the location and the size of later-forming cusps are more variable than those of earlier-forming ones. Here we assessed whether differences in the variability among cusps in total and each particular crown component (enamel-dentin junction [EDJ], outer enamel surface [OES], and cement-enamel junction [CEJ]) could be explained by the PCM, using human maxillary permanent first molars (UM1) and second deciduous molars (um2). Specimens were µCT-scanned, and 3D models of EDJ and OES were reconstructed. Based on these models, landmark-based 3D geometric morphometric analyses were conducted. Size variability in both tooth types was generally consistent with the above prediction, and the differences in size variation among cusps were smaller for the crown components completed in later stages of odontogenesis. With a few exceptions, however, the prediction was unsupported regarding shape variability, and UM1 and um2 showed different patterns. Our findings suggested that the pattern of size variability would be caused by temporal factors such as the order of cusp initiation and the duration from the beginning of mineralization to the completion of crown formation, whereas shape variability may be affected by both topographic and temporal factors. 280 0022-0345 3 Journal of dental research 275 93 SAGE Publications odontometry Size and shape variability in human molars during odontogenesis.
2433/193013 Tanaka, Soichi 2013/10/01 To evaluate the dielectric anisotropy caused by wood structure at a millimeter wave frequency of 100 GHz, the dielectric parameters for flat-sawn specimens of nine wood species at 0 and 11 % moisture content (MC) were measured using a free space method devised for reducing the multiple reflections under an electric field of millimeter waves parallel to longitudinal and tangential directions of wood, and those in radial direction were estimated using a conventional approximation theory. The dielectric parameters in the tangential and radial directions were almost identical and constantly smaller than those in the longitudinal direction. All the dielectric parameters increased with wood density and were larger at 11 than 0 % MC. The dielectric parameters in the longitudinal and transverse directions and the dielectric anisotropy between them were well fitted to the regression lines based on a dielectric mixture model composed of pores and dielectric isotropic wood substance, and a parallel capacitor and Lichtenecker’s exponential formulas were employed to represent the dielectric parameters of the mixture in the longitudinal and transverse directions, respectively. It was concluded that the dielectric anisotropy at 100 GHz is caused by the pore alignment and that the dielectric parameters are almost unaffected by anatomical structures, such as the rays. It was also confirmed that the free space method was effective for the measurement of the dielectric parameters for the flat-sawn specimens. 374 1435-0211 5 Journal of Wood Science 367 59 Springer Japan Dielectric anisotropy Dielectric anisotropy of oven- and air-dried wood evaluated using a free space millimeter wave
2433/43526 MARUYAMA, T 1993/08/16 870 0003-6951 7 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 869 http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/63/869 63 AMER INST PHYSICS Electrochromic properties of niobium oxide thin films prepared by radio-frequency magnetron sputtering method
2433/187991 Iwahara, Naoya 2012/05/07 Vibronic couplings in C{60^-} anion are discussed on the basis of the concept of the vibronic coupling density (VCD) [T. Sato, K. Tokunaga, and K. Tanaka, J. Chem. Phys.124, 024314 (2006);K. Tokunaga, T. Sato, and K. Tanaka, J. Chem. Phys.124, 154303 (2006); and T. Sato, K. Tokunaga, and K. Tanaka, J. Phys. Chem. A112, 758 (2008)]. The VCD analysis clearly reveals that the coupling to the bending h g (2) mode is weaker than the coupling to the stretching h g (7) and h g (8) modes. For the vibronic couplings with the stretching modes, polarizations of the electron density difference on the bonds play a crucial role in the vibronic couplings. Such a polarized electron density difference appears as a result of the Coulomb interactions between the electrons in the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital and relevant doubly-occupied orbitals. 0021-9606 17 Journal of Chemical Physics 136 AIP Publishing Effect of Coulomb interactions on the vibronic couplings in C{60^-}
2433/179293 Fujino, Masayasu 2013/12/01 Thermally expandable microcapsules, often called microspheres or microballoons, are utilized in compression, injection molding and extrusion processes to foam different types of polymers. Microballoons consist of a polymer shell and a liquid hydrocarbon core. Hydrocarbons are used as a physical blowing agent. In this study, a mathematical model was developed to describe the expansion behavior of a microballoon in air and in a polymer matrix. The model was used to determine the key factors in improving the expandability of the balloon at designated temperatures. The viscoelastic properties of the polymer shell, evaporation of hydrocarbons in the balloon and diffusion behavior of the blowing agent through the polymer shell were taken into account in the model. The results of the developed model showed quite good agreement with the experimentally observed thermal expansion behavior of a microballoon. A sensitivity analysis of the expansion behavior with respect to the properties of the microballoon was also conducted to devise an optimal design strategy for high-expansion microballoons. 227 0009-2509 Chemical Engineering Science 220 104 Elsevier Ltd. Microballoon Mathematical models and numerical simulations of a thermally expandable microballoon for plastic foaming
2433/216092 Niwa, Tatsuya 2015/12/15 Membrane proteins play pivotal roles in cellular processes and are key targets for drug discovery. However, the reliable synthesis and folding of membrane proteins are significant problems that need to be addressed owing to their extremely high hydrophobic properties, which promote irreversible aggregation in hydrophilic conditions. Previous reports have suggested that protein aggregation could be prevented by including exogenous liposomes in cell-free translation processes. Systematic studies that identify which membrane proteins can be rescued from irreversible aggregation during translation by liposomes would be valuable in terms of understanding the effects of liposomes and developing applications for membrane protein engineering in the context of pharmaceutical science and nanodevice development. Therefore, we performed a comprehensive study to evaluate the effects of liposomes on 85 aggregation-prone membrane proteins from Escherichia coli by using a reconstituted, chemically defined cell-free translation system. Statistical analyses revealed that the presence of liposomes increased the solubility of >90% of the studied membrane proteins, and ultimately improved the yields of the synthesized proteins. Bioinformatics analyses revealed significant correlations between the liposome effect and the physicochemical properties of the membrane proteins. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 5 Nature Publishing Group Comprehensive study of liposome-assisted synthesis of membrane proteins using a reconstituted cell-free translation system
2433/201404 Hirai, Toshiya 2015/05/01 In semiconductor manufacturing processes, virtual metrology (VM) has been investigated as a promising tool to predict important characteristics of products. Although partial least squares (PLS) is a well-known modeling technique that can cope with collinearity and therefore applied to construction of VM, its prediction performance deteriorates due to changes in process characteristics. In particular, maintenance of equipment strongly affects the process characteristics and the prediction performance. In this paper, VM was developed by using locally weighted PLS (LW-PLS), which is a type of just-in-time modeling technique, and it was used to predict the etching conversion differential of an actual dry etching process. The industrial application results have shown that the developed VM based on LW-PLS is superior to the conventional VM based on the sequential update model and artificial neural network model. In particular, it has been confirmed that the LW-PLS-based VM can keep its high prediction performance even after the maintenance, i.e., replacement of parts. 144 0894-6507 2 IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing 137 28 IEEE equipment engineering system Adaptive Virtual Metrology Design for Semiconductor Dry Etching Process Through Locally Weighted Partial Least Squares
2433/139483 Amano, Ken-ich 2011/02/28 We propose an efficient method for investigating conformational properties of a polymer in solvent. The method is a combination of a Monte Carlo (MC) simulation applied to the polymer alone and a statistical-thermodynamic approach for incorporating solvent effects. To illustrate it, we analyze conformations of a simple polymer chain stabilized in a hard-sphere solvent. The generation of polymer conformations is performed using the self-avoiding random walk on a cubic lattice. We argue that by introducing the generalized-ensemble techniques to the MC simulation part, the method can be applied to studies on protein conformations in aqueous solution under any thermodynamic condition. 12 0009-2614 1-3 Chemical Physics Letters 7 504 Elsevier B.V. An efficient method for analyzing conformational properties of a polymer in solvent
2433/215335 Zhang, Yao 2016/03/23 Kyoto University spin fluctuation 鉄ガリウム系金属間化合物における遍歴電子磁性のスピンゆらぎ Spin Fluctuations of Itinerant Electron Magnetism in Iron-Gallium Intermetallic Systems
2433/217206 Fukuzono, Hayato 2016/09/23 Kyoto University Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) 分散MIMOシステムにおける空間信号処理 Spatial Signal Processing on Distributed MIMO Systems
2433/217796 Kawamoto, Nozomi 2004/09/01 2169-897X D18 Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 109 American Geophysical Union (AGU) ILAS Time variations of descent in the Antarctic vortex during the early winter of 1997
2433/217921 Hwang, Sung-Wook 2016/04/01 In the present study, we identify similar Pinus species that have been used as building materials for traditional architecture in Korea. Discriminant models were designed to identify wood species of Pinus densiflora forma erecta Uyeki, P. densiflora Sieb. et Zucc., and P. sylvestris L. grown in Russia and Germany using near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy coupled with multivariate analysis. Wood block samples are more practical to use in the field for wood identification; however, the face measurements have different spectral characteristics. Thus, we also prepared tablet samples from wood powder to determine the key factors for species identification without the spectral differences resulting from the wood faces. P. densiflora for. erecta and P. densiflora were clearly classified from P. sylvestris grown in Russia and Germany with a correct prediction rate of 100 % in both sample types. The discriminant models using wood block samples exhibited good performances as the Rp2 values corresponding to NIR spectral regions of 8000–4000 cm−1 were higher than 0.90. The discriminant models using tablet samples also showed good discriminant performance. The tablet samples reduced the spectral differences of each species in the second derivative NIR spectra. However, using the tablet samples provided more specific species information, resulting in a more accurate classification. 167 1435-0211 2 Journal of Wood Science 156 62 Springer Lapan Wood identification Identification of Pinus species related to historic architecture in Korea using NIR chemometric approaches
2433/63928 Ushijima, Teruo 2000/04/01 246 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 238 1145 京都大学数理解析研究所 Continuous and Discrete Fourier Coefficients of Equi-distant Piecewise Linear Continuous Periodic Functions : Application to Mathematical Analysis of An FEM-CSM Combined Method for 2D Exterior Laplace Problems (Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/52512 Niimi, Yasuhisa 1987/01/01 62 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 55 21 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Synthesis of Speaker-Adaptive Word Templates by Concatenation of the Monosyllabic Sounds.
2433/52536 Hasegawa, Tooru 1984/01/01 68 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 59 18 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Environmental Acoustic Noise Cancelling Based on Formant Enhancement.
2433/76443 Hayami, Jun-ichi 1972/11/17 362 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 354 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University S[N]2 Reactions in Dipolar Aprotic Solvents. II. Direct Displacement Reactions of Substituted Benzyl Chlorides with Halide Anion in Acetonitrile. (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sango Kunichika On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76581 Mazaki, Hiromasa 1975/03/31 689 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 681 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Equations of State of Atoms for the Thomas-Fermi Theory : Applications for Atoms under a High Pressure
2433/41909 保城, 寿彦 2002/04/01 212 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 205 1255 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Maximal Smoothing Effect of Dispersive Equations with Constant Coefficients (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/46913 Makita, Tadashi 1968/11/20 49 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 41 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Ultrasonic velocity in and thermodynamic properties of benzene and carbon tetrachloride under pressures (The co-operative researches on the fundamental studies of the liquid phase reactions at high pressures)
2433/46901 Osugi, Jiro 1967/01/01 80 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 72 37 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Optical studies on the effect of pressure IV : the effects of pressure on the keto-enol equilibria of ethyl acetoacetate and acetylacetone
2433/47008 Ueno, Masakatsu 1975/11/20 22 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 17 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The electrical conductivities of EtnNH4-nCl(n=1,2,3) in water
2433/76883 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1980/08/10 170 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 164 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Estimation of Chemical Effect on the Decay Rate of ⁹⁹[m]Tc (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tsunenobu Shigematsu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76874 Sasaki, Yoshihiro 1980/08/10 251 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 244 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Characterization of Iron (II) Octahedral Complexes with α-Dioximes and Possibility of Application of α-Furyldioxime to Chemical Analysis of Iron (II) (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tsunenobu Shigematsu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76840 Shigematsu, Toshihiko 1979/10/15 317 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 310 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Formation of Metastable Phase in Vapor-Deposited FeSb Films
2433/62871 Nakamura, Yayoi 1999/04/01 125 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 1090 京都大学数理解析研究所 On asymptotic estimates for coefficients of divergent solutions to second order non-homogeneous linear ordinary differential equations (Complex Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/47016 Ueno, Masakatsu 1976/02/29 68 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 61 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Electrical conductivities of alkylammonium chlorides in water at 25C ut to 3000kg/cm2
2433/50337 Yoshida, H 2007/10/01 0003-6951 14 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/91/141915 91 AMER INST PHYSICS Aluminum diffusion and reaction in thin films of perylene-3,4,9,10-tetracarboxylic dianhydride: Depth profiles and time-dependent diffusion coefficients
2433/46744 Ozawa, Kunio 1957/01/01 15 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 9 27 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Temperature effect on induced infrared absorption in gaseous acetylene at pressure
2433/42564 Murata, Minoru 2002/11/01 118 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 110 1293 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotics of Green functions and Martin boundaries for elliptic operators with periodic coefficients (Potential Theory and Related Topics)
2433/46734 Kiyama, Ryo 1956/08/30 8 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 26 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The solubilities of compressed acetylene gas in liquids, IV : the solubility of compressed acetylene gas in tetrahydrofuran
2433/25492 Naito, Toshiki 2004/04/01 69 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 63 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Representation of Solutions of Linear Difference Equations with Constant Coefficients (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/73426 WU, Tingyeh 2008/06/01 82 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 75 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 51 京都大学防災研究所 ロジスティック 斜面災害地域ハザードマッピングに基づく脆弱性と曝災の評価 Assessment Framework for Vulnerability and Exposure Based on Landslide Hazard Mapping
2433/60589 Horie, Taro 1996/08/01 152 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 145 965 京都大学数理解析研究所 A generalization of Kohnen's estimates for Fourier coefficients of Siegel cusp forms
2433/129510 Toderich, K.N. 2002/10/01 KIER Discussion Paper 553 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Water Quality, Cropping and Small Rumminants: Future Agriculture in Dry Areas of Uzbekistan
2433/129223 奥勇, 一郎 2004/04/01 463 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 455 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 47 京都大学防災研究所 静止気象衛星 Atmospheric Observation by using Chinese Meteorological Satellite Fengyun-2B (FY2B) 中国の気象衛星FY2Bによる大気観測
2433/73386 堀口, 光章 2008/06/01 455 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 449 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 51 京都大学防災研究所 大気境界層 Turbulence Structure in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Observations by the Meteorological Tower of MRI in Tsukuba 大気境界層における乱流構造竏昼C象研究所気象観測鉄塔(つくば)による観測
2433/83658 Berkovich, L.M. 1993/09/01 108 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 848 京都大学数理解析研究所 Algorithm of solving second order linear ordinary differential equations and its implementation in REDUCE(Theory and applications in computer algebra)
2433/26669 岡田, 憲夫 2006/04/01 7 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. C 1 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49c0/a49c0p01.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 総合的な災害リスクマネジメント Urban Diagnosis as a Methodology of Integrated Disaster Risk Management 総合的な災害リスクマネジメントの方法論としての都市診断技法
2433/76306 Ibuki, Toshio 1969/12/16 245 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 239 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Primary Processes in the Flash Photolysis of Dimethyl Carbonate Vapor II: Discrimination of the Hydrogen Producing Primary Processes (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Rempei Gotoh On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/83540 OZAWA, KAZUFUMI 1993/05/01 215 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 202 841 京都大学数理解析研究所 Order Barrier for Adams type Linear Multistep Multiderivative Methods with Nonnegative Coefficients(Numerical Ordinary Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/117317 大西, 克実 1991/10/01 従来から報告のある管摩擦損失以外に助走区間による損失と急拡大による損失を数値として具体的に導入して流体力学モデルを作った.尿流を水の流れと仮定し,水の密度0.99822 g/cm3, Reynolds数の因子である水の動粘性係数1.004 cm2/秒,助走損失係数1.4,急拡大損失係数1.0ならびにおおまかな臨床データ,排尿時最大膀胱内圧50 cm H2O,後部尿道の長さ5 cm,前部尿道の長さ15 cmと径1.0 cmをモデル式に代入すると,肥大症後部尿道径が正常後部尿道に比べてどの程度縮小すれば,肥大症の最大尿流量率が正常のそれにくらべてどの程度減少するかが求められる 1253 0018-1994 10 泌尿器科紀要 1249 37 泌尿器科紀要刊行会 Urodynamics A study of the simulation model of the lower urinary tract for urodynamics--(the first report)--theoretical evaluation of hydrodynamic model ウロダイナミクス研究用下部尿路シミュレーションモデル作製の研究 - 流体力学からみた理論的検討 -
2433/96946 佐々木, 信夫 2001/02/20 我々はマルチチェインモデルに基づく相対論的なイベントジェネレークーURASiMAを改良し、ハドロン相互作用のエネルギースケールの範囲で詳細平衡を満足させることに成功した。箱に入れ周期的境界条件を課した系に対して、このイベントジェネレーターを用いて分子動力学的な計算を行うことによって、有限温度・有限密度のハドロン物質の様々な統計力学的性質を調べることが可能となる。本論文では、輸送係数の計算例としてバリオン数の拡散係数を議論する。 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 980 0727-2997 5 物性研究 973 75 物性研究刊行会 Transport coefficients of a dense hadronic matter based on an event generator URASiMA(The 8th Symposium on Non-Equilibrium Statisitical Physics) イベントジェネレーターURASiMAを用いた輸送係数の計算(第8回「非平衡系の統計物理」シンポジウム,研究会報告)
2433/83168 Mishima, Miwako 1993/02/01 124 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 119 820 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hamming scheme 上の逆行列に関するある種の恒等式(離散数理モデルにおける最適組合せ構造) A series of identities for the coefficients of inverse matrices on a Hamming scheme(Optimal Combinatorial Structures on Discrete Mathematical Models)
2433/100966 Ozawa, K. 1988/12/01 136 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 126 676 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Existence Theorems of BDF and Adams type Second Derivative BDF with Nonnegative Coefficients
2433/158887 江藤, 守総 1975/08/28 117 0006-5420 3 防虫科学 110 40 財団法人防虫科学研究所 21.モノチオキノールリン酸エステルおよび関連化合物の殺菌性と殺虫剤共力作用 Fungitoxicity and Insecticide Synergism of Monothioquinol Phosphate Esters and Related Compounds
2433/76526 Kakigi, Shigeru 1974/07/25 226 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 218 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University ¹¹B(p, a)⁸Be(a)⁴He Reaction at 7.3 MeV (Memorial Issue Dedicated to the Late Professor Yoshiaki Uemura)
2433/83190 YAGUCHI, Teruo 1993/02/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 821 京都大学数理解析研究所 A generalization class of certain subclasses of $P$-valenty analytic functions with negative coefficients
2433/141547 池畠, 良 2010/06/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 1690 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Diffusive Aspect for Linear Wave Equations with Variable Coefficients (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/119295 越田, 潔 1987/10/01 The clinical application of enzyme immunoassay (EIA) for prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP) is reported. PAP concentration was measured by an IQ(Bio)PAP-AELIA kit. Serum samples were collected from 20 healthy individuals, 31 patients with benign prostatic hypertrophy, 14 patients with prostatis, 23 patients (47 samples) with prostatic cancer and 29 patients with various other malignancies. The coefficients of variation (%CV) in intraassay and interassay ranged from 2.3 to 4.4%, and from 3.0 to 3.6%, respectively. The recovery rate in the dilution test and recovery test were 106.2 +/- 8.9% and 101.3 +/- 6.9% respectively. A significant correlation (r = 0.994, p less than 0.01) was observed between EIA and RIA methods in the prostatic cancer patients. PAP concentration was elevated above 2.0 ng/ml in 0/2 (0%) of the treated patients with stage B prostatic cancer, 1/5 (20%) of those with stage C, 6/16 (38%) of those with stage D, and in 4/5 (80%) of the untreated patients with stage D prostatic cancer. False positive results were seen in 2/31 (6%) of the patients with benign prostatic hypertrophy, 3/14 (21%) with prostatis and 3/29 (10%) of the patients with various other malignancies. In the majority of the false positive cases, elevated levels were only just above the normal value. In conclusion, the PAP level measured by this EIA kit was correlated with the clinical response to hormone therapy for prostatic cancer. 1707 0018-1994 10 泌尿器科紀要 1703 33 泌尿器科紀要刊行会 Acid Phosphatase/blood Evaluation of a monoclonal antibody-based enzyme immunoassay (IQ(Bio) PAP-AELIA kit) for prostatic acid phosphatase モノクローナル抗体を用いた酵素免疫測定法(IQ(Bio)PAP-AELIAキット)による前立腺性酸性フォスファターゼ測定の検討
2433/119401 小川, 由英 1987/12/01 The principle of this kit method is that urinary oxalate is extracted and subsequently assayed by measuring the amount of hydrogen peroxide produced in an oxidation reaction catalyzed by oxalate oxidase. The reproducibility and accuracy of the method were tested: the within-run and day-to-day coefficients of variation were 5.4-20.0% and 16.1-18.0%, respectively, and the overall recovery rate of the added oxalate (5-25 mg/l) was 40-50%. These abnormally low recovery rates may be related to the presence of sulfate and phosphate in the extracted fluid. Therefore, the above method was modified by performing a recovery test by adding 25 mg/l oxalate to all urine samples. By the modified method, the correlation coefficient obtained between this method and the ion-chromatographic method was 0.851 (p less than 0.01). Urinary pretreatment with either acid ferric chloride or EDTA yields a higher recovery than with HCl. However, a good correlation of oxalate values is consistently observed for HCl-processed urine as measured by the above two methods. If the interference of ascorbic acid is negligible, no special urinary treatment except for HCl is necessary. The 24-hour urinary oxalate excretions were 24.4 +/- 9.1 mg (mean +/- SD) in 8 healthy males and 19.9 +/- 10.3 mg in 24 calcium-stone formers (21 males and 3 females). 1954 0018-1994 12 泌尿器科紀要 1951 33 泌尿器科紀要刊行会 Oxalate assay Evaluation of the enzymatic method using oxalate oxidase for urinary oxalate assay 蓚酸酸化酵素を用いた尿中蓚酸測定法の検討
2433/129362 SAPKOTA, Mukta 2010/06/01 682 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 675 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 53 京都大学防災研究所 GCM出力 地球統計学的に処理した超高解像度GCM出力を用いた紅河流域の水文シミュレーション Hydrological Simulations in Red River Basin Using Super High Resolution GCM Outputs with Geostatistical Processes
2433/124716 FUKUO, Yoshiaki 1966/09/01 40 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 31 16 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On the Rheological Behavior of Frozen Soil (Part II)
2433/123752 YOKOO, Yoshitsura 1964/08/25 53 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 47 14 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On the Design Wind Force of Steel Stacks
2433/140920 山名, 俊介 2009/07/01 222 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 216 1659 京都大学数理解析研究所 How many Fourier coefficients determine a holomorphic modular form? (Automorphic representations, automorphic $L$-functions and arithmetic)
2433/81387 Saitoh, Hitoshi 2008/02/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 1579 京都大学数理解析研究所 Univalent function Geometric properties of certain analytic functions with real coefficients(Study on Geometric Univalent Function Theory)
2433/141122 Tsuchida, Tetsuo 2009/11/01 162 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 157 1669 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotics of Green functions and Martin boundaries for elliptic operators with periodic coefficients : joint work with Minoru Murata (Potential Theory and its related Fields)
2433/141656 Ito, Kenichi 2010/07/01 8 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1696 京都大学数理解析研究所 Remarks on Fundamental Solutions to Schrodinger Equation with Variable Coefficients (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/140876 岡田, 聡一 2009/07/01 43 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 34 1656 京都大学数理解析研究所 Multivariate generalization of Hankel determinants of Catalan numbers and middle binomial coefficients (Finite Groups, Vertex Operator Algebras and Combinatorics)
2433/191983 嵜元, 道徳 1990/12/20 京都大学上賀茂試験地にある天然生アカマツ・ヒノキ混交林のアカマツ優占林分とヒノキ優占林分において, 下層樹木の地際直径にもとづいてサイズ構造を調べた。下層樹木全種の直径分布はアカマツ林よりヒノキ林において地上茎数の密度が幾分低かった。優占的な5種 (ヒサカキ, コパノミツバツツジ, モチツツジ, ネジキ, ヒノキ) を選び, 対数変換した地際直径分布に正規型曲線を当てはめた。ヒサカキ, コバノミツバツツジ, モチツツジ, そしてネジキの直径分布は上に凸型の曲線によって近似された。一方, ヒノキの直径分布は下に凸型の曲線によって近似された。凸型曲線の上下の違いはこの森林においてこれらの種が示す萌芽型と実生型といった繁殖型に一致していた。アカマツ林とヒノキ林における地際直径分布を比較したところ, モチツツジとネジキが両林分においてかなり明瞭な違いを示した以外, 他の3種は大きな違いを示さなかった。ヒノキを除いた4種において, 株当たり地上茎数の多い株がヒノキ林において減少する傾向を示した。これは, ヒノキ林において株当り地上茎数を減少するといった可塑性を通して殆どの種は株個体を維持しようとした結果と考えた。また, プロット当たりの株数はネジキとモチツツジのみがヒノキ林において少なくなった。ヒノキ林下はふつうアカマツ林下よりかなり暗い。二つの優占林分間において見られた種間の直径分布や株サイズの相違は, 上層がもたらす光環境に対する下層樹種の反応であり, それぞれの種の耐陰性を示しているものと考えられた。 35 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 28 62 京都大学農学部附属演習林 Size Structure of Understory Trees in a Natural Pinus densiflora - Chamaecyρaris obtusa Forest 天然生アカマツ・ヒノキ林における下層樹木のサイズ構造
2433/198089 AOYAMA, Takahiro 2012/08/01 48 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 39 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11M Zeros of zeta functions and zeta distributions on $mathbb{R}^d$ : Dedicated to Professor Makoto Maejima for his retirement (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/196140 堀口, 光章 2014/06/01 247 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 239 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 57 京都大学防災研究所 大気境界層 Observations of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer in the Suburbs of the City : Turbulence Structures under Unstable Conditions 都市近郊における大気境界層の観測 : 不安定時の乱流構造
2433/195906 Matsumoto, Akio 2014/05/01 55 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 47 1899 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nonlinear IS-LM Model with Tax Collection (Macro-economics and Nonlinear Dynamics)
2433/195209 Osada, Hirofumi 2013/10/01 228 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 222 1855 京都大学数理解析研究所 Strong Solutions of Infinite-dimensional SDEs and Random Matrices (Probability Symposium)
2433/194455 KOBAYASHI, YUJI 2012/09/01 212 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 205 1809 京都大学数理解析研究所 Homogenized modular algorithms for Grobner bases (Algebraic Systems and Theoretical Computer Science)
2433/194420 Komatsu, Takao 2012/09/01 53 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 42 1806 京都大学数理解析研究所 Poly-Cauchy numbers (Analytic Number Theory : related Multiple aspects of Arithmetic Functions)
2433/194582 Satoh, Takao 2012/10/01 89 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 83 1816 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the graded quotients of the ring of Fricke characters of a free group : 畠中英里氏(東京農工大学)との共同研究 (Developments in Geometry of Transformation Groups) On the graded quotients of the ring of Fricke characters of a free group (Developments in Geometry of Transformation Groups)
2433/195470 宮崎, 直 2013/12/01 64 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 $SU$(2,1)と$SU$(3,1)の離散系列表現の行列係数 (保型表現とその周辺)
2433/195797 磯崎, 洋 2014/04/01 48 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 37 1891 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Rellich type theorem for discrete Schrodinger operators and its applications (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/195761 Glazyrin, Alexey 2014/04/01 6 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1889 京都大学数理解析研究所 Price of SDP relaxations for spherical codes (Designs, Codes, Graphs and Related Areas)
2433/176838 TSUCHIDA, Tetsuo 2010/04/01 171 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 163 B16 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35B27 Long time asymptotics of heat kernels for one dimensional elliptic operators with periodic coefficients (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/174525 Tokioka, Takasi 1955/05/30 236 0037-2870 2-3 PUBLICATIONS OF THE SETO MARINE BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY 227 4 瀨戸臨海実驗所 ON SOME PLANKTON ANIMALS COLLECTED BY THE SYUNKOTU-MARU IN MAY-JUNE 1954 -II. SHELLS OF ATLANTIDAE (HETEROPODA)-
2433/77016 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1983/03/25 44 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 36 61 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Relativistic Hartree-Fock Calculations of K-Shell Ionization Probabilities in Beta Decay
2433/46853 Osugi, Jiro 1965/06/20 96 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 88 34 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement
2433/77160 Kihara, Sorin 1986/12/06 217 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 207 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Palladium Hydride pH Electrode Equipped with Electrolysis System for Continuous Hydrogen-Charging (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Toshio TAKADA On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/52125 LEE, Kaechoong 1986/08/31 A simple colorimetric method (color assay) was developed in order to evaluate the in vitro growth and survival of tumor cells in soft agar cultures. The assay detects the color changes in the medium caused by the accumulation of acidic metabolites at the end point of the culture. The chemosensitivity of two human tumor lines to various cytotoxic agents determined by the color assay correlated well with that determined by conventional colony count in bilayer soft agar cultures. The results suggested that the color assay can be used as a supportive method for the assessment of human tumor clonogenic assay (HTCA). この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 8 0009-3378 1/2 京都大学結核胸部疾患研究所紀要 1 19 京都大学結核胸部疾患研究所 A Simple Colorimetric Method for the Evaluation of Growth and Chemosensitivity of Tumor Cells in Soft Agar Culture
2433/54227 1995/12/25 1341-8947 京都大学生物資源経済研究 1 京都大学大学院農学研究科生物資源経済学専攻 表紙ほか
2433/58560 落合, 啓之 2006/07/01 105 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 97 1508 京都大学数理解析研究所 Poincare-Birkhoff-Witt coefficients in $\mathfrak{sl}_2$(The Capelli identities from new aspects)
2433/76813 Shin, Kazuo 1979/03/31 111 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 102 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Experimental Research on Penetration of Neutrons and Photons Produced in a Graphite Target Bombarded by 52-MeV Protons (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sakae Shimizu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76984 Imanishi, Nobutsugu 1982/08/31 146 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 140 60 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Double Vacancy Formation in L Shell Accompanying the Internal Conversion of ²³⁴U 43. 48 keV Transition (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Takuji Yanabu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/156135 Nishiguchi, Shu 2012/05/01 Abstract Smartphones are very common devices in daily life that have a built-in tri-axial accelerometer. Similar to previously developed accelerometers, smartphones can be used to assess gait patterns. However, few gait analyses have been performed using smartphones, and their reliability and validity have not been evaluated yet. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the reliability and validity of a smartphone accelerometer. Thirty healthy young adults participated in this study. They walked 20 m at their preferred speeds, and their trunk accelerations were measured using a smartphone and a tri-axial accelerometer that was secured over the L3 spinous process. We developed a gait analysis application and installed it in the smartphone to measure the acceleration. After signal processing, we calculated the gait parameters of each measurement terminal: peak frequency (PF), root mean square (RMS), autocorrelation peak (AC), and coefficient of variance (CV) of the acceleration peak intervals. Remarkable consistency was observed in the test-retest reliability of all the gait parameter results obtained by the smartphone (p<0.001). All the gait parameter results obtained by the smartphone showed statistically significant and considerable correlations with the same parameter results obtained by the tri-axial accelerometer (PF r=0.99, RMS r=0.89, AC r=0.85, CV r=0.82; p<0.01). Our study indicates that the smartphone with gait analysis application used in this study has the capacity to quantify gait parameters with a degree of accuracy that is comparable to that of the tri-axial accelerometer. 296 1530-5627 4 Telemedicine and e-health 292 18 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. smartphones Reliability and validity of gait analysis by android-based smartphone.
2433/170005 Sugie, Jitsuro 2010/08/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 98 1702 京都大学数理解析研究所 Uniform stability and attractivity for linear systems with periodic coefficients (New Developments of Functional Equations in Mathematical Analysis)
2433/153265 笠原, 成 2010/12/01 Non-Fermi liquid like charge transport properties and quantum critical behaviors observed in high-quality single crystals of BaFe[2](As[1-x]Px)[2] are reviewed. Near the SDW end point, charge transport coefficients, including resistivity, Hall coefficient and magnetoresistance, exhibit striking deviations from the conventional Fermi liquid properties. De Haas-van Alphen effect measurements in a wide range of superconducting dome reveal that thevolume of the Fermi surfaces shrink and the effective masses are enhanced as x approaches the critical concentration with highest Tc. It is also shown that antiferromagnetic fluctuations deduced from [31]P-NMR measurements are notably enhanced near this optimal composition, where magnetically ordered temperature θ deduced from relaxation rate is found to vanish. It is likely that these trends originate from the many-body interaction which gives rise to high-temperature superconductivity in iron-pnictides. 18 1348-317X 低温物質科学研究センター誌 : LTMセンター誌 10 17 低温物質科学研究センター Non-Fermi Liquid Charge Transport Properties and Quantum Critical Point Behaviors as Seen in BaFe[2](As[1-x]Px)[2] Iron-Pnictide Superconductor <研究ノート>鉄系超伝導体BaFe[2](As[1-x]Px)[2]にみる非ブエルミ液体的電子輸送現象と量子臨界点的振る舞い
2433/200750 Fukushima, Tatsuya 2015/08/01 Liquid organic light-emitting diodes (liquid OLEDs) are unique devices consisting only of liquid organic semiconductors in the active layer, and the device performances have been investigated recently. However, the device degradation, especially, the origin has been unknown. In this study, we show that material degradation occurs in liquid OLEDs, whose active layer is composed of carbazole with an ethylene glycol chain. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments clearly exhibit that the dimerization reaction of carbazole moiety occurs in the liquid OLEDs during driving the devices. In contrast, cleavages of the ethylene glycol chain are not detected within experimental error. The dimerization reaction is considered to be related to the device degradation. 2158-3226 8 AIP Advances 5 American Institute of Physics Nuclear magnetic resonance Material degradation of liquid organic semiconductors analyzed by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
2433/201538 Takeda, Masahiko 2015/05/06 The Ampère force exerted by meridional Sq currents was estimated, and its relationship with a neutral pressure difference was examined. It was found that the annual Ampère force correlates very well with the difference between its maximum and minimum pressures integrated above 120 km for solar activity variation. Furthermore, these two values were almost the same around the Sq current vortex during the equinox. This means that the pressure difference balances with Ampère force, and thus, a neutral wind blows roughly in the opposite direction of the pressure gradient. As a result, the intensity of the resultant ionospheric dynamo current is controlled by the pressure difference, and thus, it is possible to infer the pressure difference from the geomagnetic field only at least the annual mean in equinox. At Kakioka, there was seasonal variation such that the pressure difference in the local summer and winter was smaller and larger than the Ampère force, respectively. This characteristic is likely due to the contribution of the interhemispheric field-aligned currents driven by the ionospheric dynamo to the Sq field. 3853 2169-9380 5 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 3847 120 American Geophysical Union Ampère force exerted by geomagnetic Sq currents and thermospheric pressure difference
2433/209075 OOI, Masao 2013/12/01 204 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 197 B44 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11M99 Differential Euler systems associated to modular forms (1) (Algebraic Number Theory and Related Topics 2011)
2433/212429 Thébault, E. 2015/09/23 1880-5981 Earth, Planets and Space 67 SpringerOpen Special issue "international Geomagnetic Reference Field - The twelfth generation" International Geomagnetic Reference Field - The Twelfth generation
2433/214924 向井, 茂 2013/02/01 115 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 108 2010 京都大学数理解析研究所 Enriques surfaces and root systems : Enriques surfaces of type E₇
2433/202702 Prapamon, Seeprasert 2015/09/24 Kyoto University cesium 土壌有機層中でのセシウムおよびストロンチウムの収着に及ぼす土壌菌類の影響 The Influence of Soil Fungi on the Sorption of Cesium and Strontium within Organic Layer of Soil
2433/126740 Kanematsu, Akihiro 2010/10/01 PURPOSE: Pediatric uroflowmetry curve interpretation is incompletely standardized. Thus, we propose new, objective patterning. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Uroflowmetry curves were obtained in 100 children presenting with daytime incontinence or enuresis. Each curve was compared with a standard curve generated from a published nomogram and a new patterning method was formulated. Staccato and interrupted patterns were defined using International Children's Continence Society criteria. The remaining curves were divided by the deviation of the maximal flow rate from the median nomogram value as certain patterns, including tower-greater than 130%, not abnormal-70% to 130% and plateau-less than 70%. The correlation between the presenting symptom and patterns or other uroflowmetry parameters was evaluated. Six pediatric urologists also patterned the same curves subjectively. RESULTS: All curves could be classified as 1 of the defined patterns using this method. Pattern distribution reflected the spectrum of presenting symptoms with more tower, interrupted and staccato patterns in children with daytime wetting than in those with monosymptomatic enuresis. Age adjusted voided volume was also smaller in the former group but post-void residual urine, and maximal and average flow rates did not correlate with presenting symptoms. Subjective patterning showed marked interobserver differences. When patterning applied by the current method was used as a reference, observer sensitivity for abnormal patterns inversely correlated with specificity. CONCLUSIONS: Subjective uroflowmetry patterning is liable to personal bias. The proposed method enables objective patterning that complies with International Children's Continence Society standardization and clinical presentation. 1679 0022-5347 4 Supplement 1 The Journal of urology 1674 184 Elsevier Inc. urinary bladder Objective patterning of uroflowmetry curves in children with daytime and nighttime wetting.
2433/128869 Sakai, Hiroaki 2010/01/01 To investigate age-related changes in the shape of trachea, normal male volunteers (n = 83, mean +/- SD: 47.7 +/- 20.2 years old) underwent inspiratory CT scans at full inspiration and lung function tests. Subjects who showed VC < 80% predicted or FEV1 < 80% predicted on lung function tests were excluded. The CT data, which is located at 2.0 cm above the aortic arch, were transferred to a personal computer. The tracheal area (St) and two parameters, Tracheal index (Ti) and Circularity (Ci) indicating the shape of the trachea, were automatically calculated. Ti was defined the ratio of the coronal to the sagittal diameter of the trachea, and the Ci (Ci = 4piS/L2, S: tracheal area, L: tracheal perimeter) was used to indicate the roundness of the trachea. A Ci value of less than 1 indicated the distortion of the roundness. Both St and St/BSA (body surface area) showed a significant correlation with age (r = 0.37, r = 0.52; p = 0.0006, p < 0.0001). Ti was not correlated with age (r = -0.20; p = 0.0697), whereas Ci was significantly correlated with age (r = -0.32; p = 0.00364). There were measurable age related changes of the trachea both in the area and the shape. Aging results in the increased tracheal area and a distortion of the roundness. 120 0065-2598 Part 1 Advances in experimental medicine and biology 115 662 Kluwer/Springer Age-related changes in the trachea in healthy adults.
2433/196082 Umegaki, Hiroki 2015/02/01 Regarding hamstring stretching methods, many studies have investigated the effect of stretching duration or frequency on muscle stiffness. However, the most effective stretching positions for hamstrings are unclear because it is impossible to quantify muscle elongation directly and noninvasively in vivo. Recently, a new ultrasound technology, ultrasonic shear wave elastography, has permitted noninvasive and reliable measurement of muscle shear elastic modulus, which has a strong linear relationship to the amount of muscle elongation. This study aimed to investigate the effect of hip internal and external rotation on shear elastic modulus of the lateral and medial hamstrings, respectively, during stretching in vivo using ultrasonic shear wave elastography. Twenty-three healthy men (age, 23.0 ± 2.1 years) were recruited for this study. To investigate the effect of hip rotation on the elongation of the medial and lateral hamstrings, shear elastic modulus of the biceps femoris (BF) and semitendinosus (ST) was measured at rest (a supine position with 90° knee flexion, 90° hip flexion, and hip neutral rotation) and in seven stretching positions (with 45° knee flexion and hip internal, external, and neutral rotation) using ultrasonic shear wave elastography. In both BF and ST, the shear elastic modulus in the rest position was significantly lower than that in all stretching positions. However, no significant differences were seen among stretching positions. Our results suggest that adding hip rotation at a stretching position for the hamstrings may not have a significant effect on muscle elongation of the medial and lateral hamstrings. 137 1356-689X 1 Manual therapy 134 20 Elsevier Ltd. Hamstrings The effect of hip rotation on shear elastic modulus of the medial and lateral hamstrings during stretching.
2433/160052 Okino, Fumito 2012/08/01 Formation of droplet of liquid Li–17Pb released from a nozzle into vacuum was studied for the evaluation of the feasibility as a tritium extraction process. Size of droplets formed from the nozzles was estimated by theoretical and experimental methods. For the theoretical estimation, the non-dimensional comparison of the physical bulk property of liquid Pb–17Li with water (H2O) at ambient temperature was applied. It was found to be reasonable to apply the Plateau-Rayleigh-Instability theory for the droplet size formula of the fluid Pb–17Li for the nozzle diameter 0.4 mm–1.0 mm, temperature 400 °C–500 °C, at initial velocity of 3 m/s. The experimental results of the droplet size showed good agreement with the theory. This device was used for the parametric study of extraction of deuterium during their free fall in vacuum. The scaling of the device suggests the engineering feasibility of the process. 1018 0920-3796 7-8 Fusion Engineering and Design 1014 87 Elsevier B.V. Vacuum-sieve-tray Vacuum sieve tray for tritium extraction from liquid Pb–17Li
2433/39967 Hagiwara, T 1996/02/01 263 0018-9286 2 IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 261 41 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Analytic study on the intrinsic zeros of sampled-data systems
2433/85291 HATAKEYAMA, So 2008/07/01 A portable instrument for two-dimensional X-ray fluorescence imaging was assembled with an X-ray source using a pyroelectric crystal, which was driven by a 9-V dry battery, a Si-PIN detector, a slit, and pulse motors. Line scanning for a mug and a knife-edge-scan of an iron sheet were carried out using this spectrometer. The sensitivity of the spectrometer was sufficient for elemental analysis of a mug using a 1 mm2 slit, and several elements, such as Co, Ni, Zn, Pb and Zr, were detected. The estimated spatial resolution using a 0.8-mm pinhole was 3.5 mm. 850 0910-6340 7 Analytical Sciences 847 24 Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Spatially Resolved X-ray Fluorescence Analysis with a Pyroelectric X-ray Emitter
2433/150440 Wakasa, Yu 2011/11/01 A novel microfabrication method of lead-free piezoelectric sodium potassium niobate [(K, Na)NbO3, KNN] thin films was proposed, and the piezoelectric characteristics of the KNN microactuators were evaluated. The KNN thin films were directly deposited on microfabricated Si microcantilevers. The transverse piezoelectric coefficient d31 of the KNN films was calculated as −53.5 pm/V at 20 Vpp from the tip displacement of the microcantilevers. However, the tip displacement showed large electric-field dependence because of the extrinsic piezoelectric effect, and the intrinsic piezoelectric effect of the KNN microcantilevers was smaller than that of KNN on unprocessed thick substrates. In contrast, the extrinsic piezoelectric effect was almost independent of the microfabrication of the KNN films. 227 0924-4247 2 Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 223 171 Elsevier B.V. KNN Piezoelectric properties of microfabricated (K,Na)NbO3 thin films
2433/207707 Noguchi, Y. 2015/11/30 This letter presents an acoustic metasurface that converts longitudinal acoustic waves into transverse elastic waves in an acoustic-elastic coupled system. Metasurface configurations are obtained by a level set-based topologyoptimization method, and we describe the mechanism that changes the direction of the wave motion. Numerical examples of 2D problems with prescribed frequencies of incident acoustic waves are provided, and transverse elastic wave amplitudes are maximized by manipulating the propagation of the acoustic waves. Frequency analysis reveals that each of the different metasurface designs obtained for different wavelengths of incident waves provides peak response at the target frequency. 0003-6951 22 Applied Physics Letters 107 AIP Publishing An acoustic metasurface design for wave motion conversion of longitudinal waves to transverse waves using topology optimization
2433/216874 NISHIKAWA, KANTO 2003/06/01 We found a salamander of the genus Hynobius on Kamishima of the Amakusa Islands, Japan, which is new to this island group. From the characteristics of larval habitat and morphology, this salamander is considered to be a lotic breeder. Until the discovery of this species, only a lentic breeding species (Hynobius nebulosus) was known from the Amakusa Islands. Morphologically the present salamander is well differentiated from other lotic breeding Hynobius of nearby regions and is closest to the southernmost population of H. boulengeri from the Osumi Peninsula among the species or populations examined. In order to determine its taxonomic position, however, genetic analyses using a larger number of comparative specimens are needed. The biogeographic significance of the present finding is briefly discussed. 8 1345-5834 1 Current Herpetology 1 22 Herpetological Society of Japan Hynobiidae Occurrence of a Lotic Breeding Hynobius Salamander (Amphibia, Urodela) on Kamishima of the Amakusa Islands, Japan
2433/109966 Mahara, Yasunori 2010/04/01 The northern Abukuma region of Japan is thickly covered by weathered Mesozoic granite. We investigated the vertical distribution of radionuclides (10Be, 26Al, and 36Cl) produced by cosmic irradiation of weathered granitic soil collected from this region at a sampling site located 496 m above sea level, at 37°30′52.6″N, 140°40′13.2″E. We mechanically and chemically separated quartz particles from the weathered granitic soil, and purified them. We also analyzed the vertical distribution of 26Al, 10Be, and 36Cl and estimated a long term averaged erosion rates of 0.019 ± 0.001 mm/y from 26Al, 0.017 ± 0.001 mm/y from 10Be, and not, vert, similar0.01 ± 0.001 mm/y from 36Cl. These cosmogenic erosion rates are comparable to the rate estimated from a geomorphological evolution model and with the observed sedimentary deposition rate at Abukuma. 1200 0168583X 7-8 Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 1197 268 AMS measurement Vertical distribution of 10Be, 26Al, and 36Cl in the surface soil layer of weathered granite at Abukuma, Japan
2433/141878 Takamiya, K 2011/05/01 In a previous paper, Takamiya et al. calculated (63)Ni production in copper samples exposed to the Hiroshima atomic bomb. More specifically, they used their experimental cross-section values of the (63)Cu(n, p)(63)Ni reaction and compared the result with that of the corresponding calculation in the radiation dosimetry system DS02, which used another set of cross-section values. These results were different, and the following two reasons were found: typographical errors in several energy boundary values in the DS02 report that was also used in the calculation by Takamiya et al. and an inappropriate assumption on the cross-section values of the low neutron energy region in the calculation by Takamiya et al. These two issues are described and amended in the present report. 333 0301-634X 2 Radiation and environmental biophysics 329 50 Springer-Verlag. Amendments to (63)Ni production calculation for Hiroshima by Takamiya et al. and DS02 fluence data by Egbert et al.
2433/217225 Hoang, Nguyen Tien 2016/06/21 Hyperspectral remote sensing is more effective than multispectral remote sensing in many application fields because of having hundreds of observation bands with high spectral resolution. However, hyperspectral remote sensing resources are limited both in temporal and spatial coverage. Therefore, simulation of hyperspectral imagery from multispectral imagery with a small number of bands must be one of innovative topics. Based on this background, we have recently developed a method, Pseudo-Hyperspectral Image Synthesis Algorithm (PHISA), to transform Landsat imagery into hyperspectral imagery using the correlation of reflectance at the corresponding bands between Landsat and EO-1 Hyperion data. This study extends PHISA to simulate pseudo-hyperspectral imagery from EO-1 ALI imagery. The pseudo-hyperspectral imagery has the same number of bands as that of high-quality Hyperion bands and the same swath width as ALI scene. The hyperspectral reflectance data simulated from the ALI data show stronger correlation with the original Hyperion data than the one simulated from Landsat data. This high correlation originates from the concurrent observation by the ALI and Hyperion sensors that are on-board the same satellite. The accuracy of simulation results are verified by a statistical analysis and a surface mineral mapping. With a combination of the advantages of both ALI and Hyperion image types, the pseudo-hyperspectral imagery is proved to be useful for detailed identification of minerals for the areas outside the Hyperion coverage. XXIII ISPRS Congress, Commission VII (Volume XLI-B7) 12–19 July 2016, Prague, Czech Republic 665 1682-1750 International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences - ISPRS Archives 661 XLI-B7 International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Hyperspectral data Hyperspectral transformation from EO-1 ali imagery using pseudo-hyperspectral image synthesis algorithm
2433/48894 Yamaji, Atsushi 1994/01/01 Paleogeothermal gradients are estimated from the vitrinite reflectance-depth (Ro-z) relations of Middle to Late Miocene sediments in the Tanakura and Hirono areas, Northeast Japan. Both areas have been situated in the frontal arc since 15 Ma and have been free from magmatism. Thus, the sediments would have been undergone a limited amount of local, thermal disturbances, and are suitable to study regional-scale paleogeothermal conditions. Late Miocene to Early Pliocene uplift resulted in an angular unconformity between the Miocene and Pliocene rocks and caused cooling of the Miocene sediments that would have retarded and effectively stopped coalification. The Ro-z relations of the sediments therefore reveal the paleogeothermal gradient between deposition and unroofing The estimated paleogeothermal gradient is 64 ± 11° Ckm–1 at Tanakura and 45 ± 10° Ckm–1 at Hirono. The present gradients are respectively 30° and 18° Ckm–1 , indicating that subsurface temperature was higher in the Late Miocene than the present under the frontal arc. Cooling from the Pliocene through Quaternary appears to have been of regional scale across the arc as it is also suggested by the geochemical signature of volcanic rocks erupted at the volcanic front[Ban et al., 1992]. Westward retreat of the volcanic front [Ohguchi et al., 1989] is also in accord with the regional cooling. 51 00167169 Geofísica Internacional 45 33 Institute of Geophysics of the National Autonomous University of Mexico Thermal history of the NE Japan frontal arc since the Late Miocene inferred from vitrinite reflectance
2433/202246 Araki, Yoshio 2015/09/01 【Background】Transient neurological deficits are relatively common after direct revascularization surgery for moyamoya disease (MMD). Although recent evidence has revealed the clinical features and pathophysiology, preoperative predictors have remained unclear. This study investigated whether the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) in normal-appearing white matter (NAWM) on magnetic resonance imaging could offer a predictor of postoperative transient neurological deficits. 【Methods】This study included adult patients with MMD who underwent superficial temporal artery-middle cerebral artery bypass. Preoperative ADCs were measured in NAWM on ipsilateral hemisphere. Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) with123I-iodoamphetamine was performed on postoperative days 2-6. Relationships between mean ADC and postoperative transient neurological deficits were assessed. 【Results】Results Twenty of the 26 subjects (76.9%) experienced transient neurological deficits. Focal hyperemia on postoperative SPECT appeared in 11 of the 20 subjects with postoperative transient neurological deficits and 1 of the 6 subjects without (P = .12). Mean ADCs in patients with and without postoperative transient neurological deficits were 748.3 ± 12 mm2/second × 10−6 and 679.7 ± 21.9 mm2/second × 10−6, respectively (P = .0091). 【Conclusions】Preoperative ADC elevation in NAWM may indicate postoperative transient neurological deficits not only in patients with postoperative hyperemia on SPECT, but also in patients with this pathology. Available online 10 July 2015 2059 1052-3057 9 Journal of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases 2054 24 Elsevier Inc. Adult Apparent Diffusion Coefficient and Transient Neurological Deficit after Revascularization Surgery in Moyamoya Disease.
2433/56595 Sukardjo, Sukristijono 1996/09/01 Components of litterfall were measured for one year (January to December 1985) at five sites in the Rhizophora mucronata Lamarck plantation at Tritih, in the Rawa Timur forest district, Cilacap. The annual litterfall (t (ha)^<-1>) was 8.193-8.236 in medium R. mucronata stands, 10.395 in a tall R. mucronata stand and 7.058-7.369 in small R. mucronata stands. Significant correlations were found between annual litterfall of individual R. mucronata stands and their respective basal area measured at 30cm above the highest prop root. The seasonal pattern of litterfall was most closely related to total rainfall (r=0.913), mean maximum temperature (r=0.931) and minimum temperature (r=0.932). However, fall of non-leaf materials was also related to the force of the wind run associated with the last monsoon. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 432 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 424 34 京都大学東南アジア研究センター The Relationship of Litterfall to Basal Area and Climatic Variables in the Rhizophora mucronata Lamarck Plantation at Tritih, Central Java, Indonesia
2433/217408 小早川, 昔離野 2015/10/01 粒子径20-300µmの粒子を対象として，気相における粒子と壁の衝突挙動を実験的および理論的に検討した．顕微高速度カメラによって得られた画像を用いて，衝突前後の速度におよぼす粒子径の依存性を定量的に解析した．平板近傍における流体抵抗の増加（すなわち，潤滑効果）を考慮した衝突速度の数値計算を行い，実験値と比較した結果，両者は良好に一致することがわかった．微粒子では，潤滑効果を含めた流体抵抗が粒子慣性と比べて大きくなることに起因して速度低下が生じることを明らかにした．さらに，衝突速度と粒子密度を変化させた実験によって，反発係数はストークス数の減少とともに小さくなることを示した． 284 0386-216X 5 化学工学論文集 = Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu 281 41 化学工学会 粒子衝突 Microscopic analysis of particle-wall collision 粒子と壁の衝突挙動の微視的解析
2433/52557 Nakagawa, Seiichi 1980/01/01 51 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 33 14 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Differences in Feature Parameters of Japanese Vowels with Sex and Age
2433/76686 1977/03/25 518 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 472 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1975 to June, 1976 (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary)
2433/76193 1967/07/20 174 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 141 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published in Other Journals by the Staff Members of the Institute During 1966 (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, IV)
2433/129626 McAleer, Michael 2010/08/01 This paper examines the impact of the three main channels of international trade on domestic innovation, namely outward direct investment, inward direct investment (IDI) and exports. The number of Triadic patents serves as a proxy for innovation. The data set contains 37 countries that are considered to be highly competitive in the world market, covering the period 1994 to 2005. The empirical results show that increased exports and outward direct investment are able to stimulate an increase in patent output. In contrast, IDI exhibits a negative relationship with domestic patents. The paper shows that the impact of IDI on domestic innovation is characterized by two forces, and the positive effect of cross-border mergers and acquisitions by foreigners is less than the negative effect of the remaining IDI. KIER Discussion Paper 721 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University International direct investment Globalization and Knowledge Spillover: International Direct Investment, Exports and Patents
2433/124949 MATSUNAMI, Koji 1987/12/01 168 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 147 37 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Laboratory Tests of the Single- and Multiple-scattering Models for the Generation of Seismic Coda Waves
2433/125518 Hishiyama, Izumi 1971/10/01 23 0023-6055 2 Kyoto University Economic Review 1 41 Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University ON THE THEORIES OF CAPITAL AND DISTRIBUTION
2433/125238 Takata, Yasuma 1934/07/01 145 0023-6055 1 Kyoto University Economic Review 95 9 Department of Economics in the Imperial University of Kyoto A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF BOHMBAWERK'S THEORY OF CAPITAL
2433/123742 KOBORI, Takuji 1964/03/25 64 0454-7675 Bulletins - Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University 1 68 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Aseismic Design Method of Elasto-Plastic Building Structures
2433/124833 KOBORI, Takuji 1973/12/01 135 0454-7675 3-4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 101 23 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Statistical Linearization Techniques of Hysteretic Structures to Earthquake Excitations
2433/129197 ENESCU, Bogdan 2004/04/01 755 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 743 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 47 京都大学防災研究所 地震系列 観測および人工地震系列に対するウェーブレット法に基づくマルチフラクタル解析 WAVELET-BASED MULTIFRACTAL ANALYSIS OF REAL AND SIMULATED TIME SERIES OF EARTHQUAKES
2433/198091 AISTLEITNER, Christoph 2012/08/01 25 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 1 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 42C15 On permutations of lacunary series (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/193266 Yokoyama, Naoto 2014/12/08 A single-wave-number representation of a nonlinear energy spectrum, i.e., a stretching-energy spectrum, is found in elastic-wave turbulence governed by the Föppl–von Kármán (FvK) equation. The representation enables energy decomposition analysis in the wave-number space and analytical expressions of detailed energy budgets in the nonlinear interactions. We numerically solved the FvK equation and observed the following facts. Kinetic energy and bending energy are comparable with each other at large wave numbers as the weak turbulence theory suggests. On the other hand, stretching energy is larger than the bending energy at small wave numbers, i.e., the nonlinearity is relatively strong. The strong correlation between a mode ak and its companion mode a−k is observed at the small wave numbers. The energy is input into the wave field through stretching-energy transfer at the small wave numbers, and dissipated through the quartic part of kinetic-energy transfer at the large wave numbers. Total-energy flux consistent with energy conservation is calculated directly by using the analytical expression of the total-energy transfer, and the forward energy cascade is observed clearly. 1539-3755 6 Physical Review E 90 American Physical Society Single-wave-number representation of nonlinear energy spectrum in elastic-wave turbulence of the Föppl–von Kármán equation: Energy decomposition analysis and energy budget
2433/194855 Eguchi, Naohi 2013/04/01 58 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1832 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Simplified Characterisation of Provably Computable Functions of the System ID$_1$ of Inductive Definitions : Extended Abstract (Proof theory and complexity)
2433/195293 NISHIDA, Kiheiji 2013/11/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 73 1860 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Variance-Stabilizing Multivariate Nonparametric Regression Estimation : A Comparison Between the Two Variance-Stabilizing Bandwidth Matrices (Asymptotic Expansions for Various Models and Their Related Topics)
2433/175252 Tada, Hideoki 2013/05/31 The present study was performed to investigate the associations between eye-blink behaviors and various other factors in primates. We video-recorded 141 individuals across 71 primate species and analyzed the blink rate, blink duration, and "isolated" blink ratio (i.e., blinks without eye or head movement) in relation to activity rhythms, habitat types, group size, and body size factors. The results showed close relationships between three types of eye-blink measures and body size factors. All of these measures increased as a function of body weight. In addition, diurnal primates showed more blinks than nocturnal species even after controlling for body size factors. The most important findings were the relationships between eye-blink behaviors and social factors, e.g., group size. Among diurnal primates, only the blink rate was significantly correlated even after controlling for body size factors. The blink rate increased as the group size increased. Enlargement of the neocortex is strongly correlated with group size in primate species and considered strong evidence for the social brain hypothesis. Our results suggest that spontaneous eye-blinks have acquired a role in social communication, similar to grooming, to adapt to complex social living during primate evolution. 1932-6203 5 PloS one 8 Public Library of Science Eye-blink behaviors in 71 species of primates.
2433/178662 Koda, Hiroki 2013/08/12 Mother-infant vocal interactions play a crucial role in the development of human language. However, comparatively little is known about the maternal role during vocal development in nonhuman primates. Here, we report the first evidence of mother-daughter vocal interactions contributing to vocal development in gibbons, a singing and monogamous ape species. Gibbons are well known for their species-specific duets sung between mates, yet little is known about the role of intergenerational duets in gibbon song development. We observed singing interactions between free-ranging mothers and their sub-adult daughters prior to emigration. Daughters sang simultaneously with their mothers at different rates. First, we observed significant acoustic variation between daughters. Co-singing rates between mother and daughter were negatively correlated with the temporal precision of the song's synchronization. In addition, songs of daughters who co-sang less with their mothers were acoustically more similar to the maternal song than any other adult female's song. All variables have been reported to be influenced by social relationships of pairs. Therefore those correlations would be mediated by mother-daughter social relationship, which would be modifiable in daughter's development. Here we hypothesized that daughters who co-sing less often, well-synchronize, and converge acoustically with the maternal acoustic pattern would be at a more advanced stage of social independence in sub-adult females prior to emigration. Second, we observed acoustic matching between mothers and daughters when co-singing, suggesting short-term vocal flexibility. Third, we found that mothers adjusted songs to a more stereotyped pattern when co-singing than when singing alone. This vocal adjustment was stronger for mothers with daughters who co-sang less. These results indicate the presence of socially mediated vocal flexibility in gibbon sub-adults and adults, and that mother-daughter co-singing interactions may enhance vocal development. More comparative work, notably longitudinal and experimental, is now needed to clarify maternal roles during song development. 1932-6203 8 PloS one 8 Public Library of Scienc Possible role of mother-daughter vocal interactions on the development of species-specific song in gibbons.
2433/84920 Matsuda, Michihiko 1985/01/01 Lectures in Mathematics 15 Kinokuniya Lectures on algebraic solutions of hypergeometric differential equations
2433/26678 中川, 一 2006/04/01 111 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. C 95 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49c0/a49c0p10.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 流砂系 Complex Fluid-Sediment Interactions in Fluvial and Coastal Environments –Part 3 山地・河川・海岸系における物質動態に関する研究 (第3報)
2433/57220 Chen, Szu-Lung 2001/01/01 Scincella boettgeri and S. formosensis are two small lygosomine skinks endemic to the southern Ryukyus and Taiwan, respectively. Taxonomic separation of these two species depends on only a few external characters that are seemingly more or less variable within each species. To investigate the geographic pattern of their morphological variations, multivariate analyses were performed for 23 meristic and 16 morphometric characters in 680 specimens of S. boettgeri from 12 islands of the Miyako and Yaeyama Groups and 193 specimens of S. formosensis from ten localities in Taiwan. The canonical discriminant analysis (CDA) for samples representing local populations using meristic data completely separated the southern Ryukyu and Taiwanese assemblages, supporting their assignments to different taxa. On the other hand, the analyses using morphometric data remained their variations partially overlapping each other. Of the samples of S. boettgeri examined, the Haterumajima sample markedly varied from the others, whereas the Kaohsiung sample was somewhat divergent among the S. formosensis samples. Neighbor-joining phenograms derived from Mahalanobis distances among the samples showed branching patterns apparently inconsistent with the topographical (for S. formosensis) or putative geohistorical relationships of their localities (for S. boettgeri). This suggests that in these species external quantitative characters often rapidly vary under the influence of localized environments rather than of the passage of time after geographical isolations. 130 0289-0003 1 Zoological Science 115 18 Zoological Society of Japan Geographic variation in the two smooth skinks, Scincella boettgeri and S-formosensis (Squamata : Scincidae), in the subtropical East Asian islands
2433/79539 YASUOKA, Hirokazu 2009/06/01 Annually reproducing wild yam species (Dioscorea praehensilis and D. semperflorens) are considered to be the most important food for hunter-gatherer subsistence in terms of energy sources in the central African rainforests. Despite their importance in the rainforest hunter-gatherer's diet, annual yams are not widely distributed over the forest but locally concentrated in particular areas. In this study, I carried out vegetation censuses in two areas, one with abundant annual yam patches and one with few in southeastern Cameroon. The results indicate that the area with abundant annual yam patches is closely associated with the semi-deciduous forest, while the area with few patches was associated with the evergreen forest. Thus the difference in vegetation seems to affect the distribution and the availability of annual yam patches. However, recent studies have found evidence of historical human interventions that may have influenced the formation of semi-deciduous forest over the Congo Basin. Therefore, the degree of human influence on the distribution of the semi-deciduous forest itself, as well as that of annual yam patches, should be carefully examined to explain the abundance of annual yams. 119 0285-1601 2 African Study Monographs 89 30 The Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University Annual yam The Variety of Forest Vegetations in Southeastern Cameroon,with Special Reference to the Av ailability of Wild Yams for the Forest Hunter-Gatherers
2433/75011 Morokuma, Keiji 1963/03/23 Kyoto University 炭化水素およびその誘導体の化学反応性と物性に関する理論的研究 Theoretical studies on chemical reactivities and physicochemical properties of hydrocarbons and their derivatives
2433/74883 Komori, Satoru 1980/03/24 Kyoto University 成層流の乱流構造 TURBULENCE STRUCTURE IN STRATIFIED FLOW
2433/86284 Ohtani, Hiroshi 1980/01/23 Kyoto University 衝撃波の中間領域における放射冷却と超新星レムナントの光学輝線スペクトルへの影響 Radiative Cooling in the Intermediate Zone of a Shock Wave and Its Effect on the Optical Emission Spectra of Supernova Remnants
2433/174905 Yang, Yongkui 2013/03/25 Kyoto University Fullerene C60 活性汚泥法におけるフラーレンC60ナノ粒子の凝集、吸着と毒性に関する研究 Aggregation, adsorption and toxicity of fullerene C60 nanoparticles in the activated sludge process
2433/75021 Miyazaki, Kenzo 1976/07/23 Kyoto University プラズマ内励起原子素過程の分光研究 SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF ELEMENTARY PROCESSES ON EXCITED ATOMS IN PLASMA
2433/86426 Tanaka, Torao 1970/01/23 Kyoto University 土地の変動におよぼす気象と潮汐の影響についての研究 Study on Meteorological and Tidal Influences upon Ground Deformations
2433/74991 Sakaki, Shigeyoshi 1974/11/25 Kyoto University 遷移金属錯体の電子状態及びその触媒反応に関する理論的研究 A Theoretical Study on the Electronic Structures and the Catalytic Reactions of Transition Metal Complexes
2433/168887 Inoue, Susumu 1994/01/24 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University コンクリートはり部材のじん性とエネルギー消散特性ならびに履歴消散エネルギーに基づく損傷評価に関する研究 DUCTILITY AND ENERGY DISSIPATION OF CONCRETE BEAM MEMBERS AND THEIR DAMAGE EVALUATION BASED ON HYSTERETIC DISSIPATED ENERGY
2433/74556 Ono, Toshiro 1966/09/27 Kyoto University 自動制御系の設計に対する補助区間最適化法に関する研究 Studies on the sub-interval optimization technique to control systems design
2433/86389 Ohtake, Hiromi 1988/03/23 Kyoto University 部分的に零になるベルトラミ係数を持つ擬等角写像によるフックス群の変形について ON THE DEFORMATION OF FUCHSIAN GROUPS BY QUASICONFORMAL MAPPINGS WITH PARTIALLY VANISHING BELTRAMI COEFFICIENTS
2433/151961 FERNANDO SANCHEZ-FLORES 2011/09/26 Kyoto University 免震装置およびエネルギー吸収装置を用いた橋梁の変位ベース耐震設計法 DISPLACEMENT-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN OF BRIDGES WITH ISOLATION AND ENERGY DISSIPATION DEVICES
2433/189343 Harada, Yuka 2014/05/23 Kyoto University obstructive sleep apnea 内臓脂肪量と閉塞型睡眠時無呼吸との関連にみられる男女差 Differences in Associations between Visceral Fat Accumulation and Obstructive Sleep Apnea by Sex
2433/188636 Nishida, Satoshi 2014/03/24 Kyoto University delay-period activity サル後頭頂皮質において固視期間中のベースライン活動の発火率保持性は記憶期間中の活動持続性を反映する Discharge-Rate Persistence of Baseline Activity During Fixation Reflects Maintenance of Memory-Period Activity in the Macaque Posterior Parietal Cortex
2433/188848 Tsutsumida, Narumasa 2014/03/24 Kyoto University Urban expansion モンゴル国ウランバートルにおける時系列衛星画像を用いた都市域拡大とその環境影響に関する考察 Examination of Urban Expansion and its Environmental Impacts using Remotely Sensed Time-Series Imagery in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
2433/77871 Hasegawa, Jun-ya 1998/03/23 Kyoto University 光合成反応中心の励起状態と電子移動反応に関する理論的研究 Theoretical Study on the Excited States and Electron Transfer Reactions in Photosynthetic Reaction Center
2433/120821 Kurokawa Yusaku 2010/03/23 Kyoto University 量子化学 遷移金属二核錯体及びシュレーディンガー方程式の厳密解に関する理論的研究 Theoretical Studies of Dinuclear Transition Metal Complexes and the Exact Solution of the Schrödinger Equation
2433/78256 Fukui, Masami 1992/01/23 Kyoto University 環境中における放射性核種の分布と挙動 DISTRIBUTIONS AND BEHAVIOR OF SOME RADIONUCLIDES IN THE ENVIRONMENT
2433/86434 Ashino, Ryuichi 1991/03/23 Kyoto University 特異摂動における南雲Hs-安定性について On Nagumo's Hs-stability in singular perturbations
2433/86223 Umeki, Kiyoshi 1995/03/23 Kyoto University 植物個体葉群分布の可塑性の定量的把握と葉群分布の可塑性が個体群空間構造と競争に及ぼす影響 Evaluation of morphological plasticity in crown display and its effects on spatial pattern and competitive interaction in populations
2433/199307 Shitara, Kazuki 2015/03/23 Kyoto University δ-Bi2O3 Oxide ionic conduction in Bi2O3 and its solid solutions Bi2O3およびその固溶体における酸化物イオン伝導
2433/78139 Maeda, Shigeya 2002/03/25 Kyoto University 河川水質管理のための汚濁負荷配分の最適化 Optimization of wasteload allocation for river water quality management
2433/202801 Toyama, Yoshiro 2015/11/24 Kyoto University sleep apnea 閉塞性睡眠時無呼吸と肝臓の脂肪蓄積の関連に性別および内臓脂肪型肥満の有無が影響する Impact of Obstructive Sleep Apnea on Liver Fat Accumulation According to Sex and Visceral Obesity
2433/207834 KAMIMOTO, SHINGO 2013/04/01 212 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 191 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M60 On the Borel summability of 0-parameter solutions of nonlinear ordinary differential equations (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/210400 Haba, Naoyuki 2015/03/01 We suggest a discriminant analysis of new physics beyond the standard model through a detection of photon polarization in a radiative B meson decay. This analysis is investigated in SUSY SU(5) GUT with right-handed neutrino and left-right symmetric models. New physics search via CP asymmetry in the same process are also evaluated in each model for comparison. We show that new physics can be found via detecting the photon polarization in a parameter space of TeV energy scale. 1029-8479 Journal of High Energy Physics 2015 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Rare Decays Search for new physics via photon polarization of b → sγ
2433/210577 Toyama, Yoshiro 2015/06/15 Rationale: Associations between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and liver fat accumulation have been frequently investigated because both morbidities are common. Visceral fat was reported to be closely related to OSA and liver fat accumulation. Recently, sex differences in the association between OSA and mortality have gained much attention. Objectives: To investigate the associations among OSA, liver fat accumulation as determined by computed tomography, and visceral fat area and their sex differences. Methods: Studied were 188 males and 62 females who consecutively underwent polysomnography and computed tomography. Results: Although the apnea-hypopnea index was positively correlated with liver fat accumulation in the total males, none of the OSA-related factors was independently associated with liver fat accumulation in either the total male or female participants in the multivariate analyses. When performing subanalyses using a specific definition for Japanese of obesity or visceral obesity (body mass index (BMI) ≥25 kg/m^{2} or visceral fat area ≥100 cm^{2}), in only males without visceral obesity, percent sleep time with oxygen saturation <90%, in addition to BMI, insulin resistance, and serum triglyceride values, was independently correlated with liver fat accumulation (R^{2} = 15.1%, P<0.001). In males, percent sleep time of oxygen saturation <90% was also a determining factor for alanine aminotransferase values regardless of visceral fat area. In contrast, OSA was not associated with liver fat accumulation or alanine aminotransferase values in females whether or not visceral obesity was absent. Conclusions: Sex differences in the visceral fat-dependent impact of OSA on liver fat accumulation existed. Although the mechanisms are not known and ethnic differences may exist in addition to the specific criteria of visceral obesity in Japan, the treatment of male patients with OSA might be favorable from the viewpoint of preventing liver fat accumulation and liver dysfunction even in patients without obvious visceral fat accumulation. 1932-6203 6 PLOS ONE 10 Public Library of Science Impact of obstructive sleep apnea on liver fat accumulation according to sex and visceral obesity
2433/214294 Hagio, Shota 2015/02/10 There is no theoretical or empirical evidence to suggest how the central nervous system (CNS) controls a variety of muscles associated with gait transition between walking and running. Here, we examined the motor control during a gait transition based on muscle synergies, which modularly organize functionally similar muscles. To this end, the subjects walked or ran on a treadmill and performed a gait transition spontaneously as the treadmill speed increased or decreased (a changing speed condition) or voluntarily following an experimenter's instruction at constant treadmill speed (a constant speed condition). Surface electromyograms (EMGs) were recorded from 11 lower limb muscles bilaterally. We then extracted the muscle weightings of synergies and their activation coefficients from the EMG data using non-negative matrix factorization. As a result, the gait transition was controlled by approximately 9 muscle synergies, which were common during a walking and running, and their activation profiles were changed before and after a gait transition. Near a gait transition, the peak activation phases of the synergies, which were composed of plantar flexor muscles, were shifted to an earlier phase at the walk-to- run transition, and vice versa. The shifts were gradual in the changing speed condition, but an abrupt change was observed in the constant speed condition. These results suggest that the CNS low-dimensionally regulate the activation profiles of the specific synergies based on afferent information (spontaneous gait transition) or by changing only the descending neural input to the muscle synergies (voluntary gait transition) to achieve a gait transition. 1662-5161 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9 Frontiers muscle activity Identification of muscle synergies associated with gait transition in humans
2433/214455 Sakai, Rie 2015/01/24 [Background] In 2004, the Japanese government permitted medical graduates for the first time to choose their training location directly through a national matching system. While the reform has had a major impact on physicians’ placement, research on the impact of the new system on physician distribution in Japan has been limited. In this study, we sought to examine the determinants of physicians’ practice location choice, as well as factors influencing their geographic distribution before and after the launch of Japan’s 2004 postgraduate medical training programme. [Methods] We analyzed secondary data. The dependent variable was the change in physician supply at the secondary tier of medical care in Japan, a level which is roughly comparable to a Hospital Service Area in the US. Physicians were categorized into two groups according to the institutions where they practiced; specifically, hospitals and clinics. We considered the following predictors of physician supply: ratio of physicians per 1, 000 population (physician density), age-adjusted mortality, as well as measures of residential quality. Ordinary least-squares regression models were used to estimate the associations. A coefficient equality test was performed to examine differences in predictors before and after 2004. [Results] Baseline physician density showed a positive association with the change in physician supply after the launch of the 2004 programme (P-value < .001), whereas no such effect was found before 2004. Urban locations were inversely associated with the change in physician supply before 2004 (P-value = .026), whereas a positive association was found after 2004 (P-value < .001). Urban location and area-level socioeconomic status were positively correlated with the change in hospital physician supply after 2004 (P-values < .001 for urban centre, and .025 for area-level socioeconomic status), even though in the period prior to the 2004 training scheme, urban location was inversely associated with the change in physician supply (P-value = .015) and area-level socioeconomic status was not correlated. [Conclusion] Following the introduction of the 2004 postgraduate training programme, physicians in Japan were more likely to move to areas with already high physician density and urban locations. These changes worsened regional inequality in physician supply, particularly hospital doctors. 1478-4491 Human resources for health 13 BioMed Central Ltd. Human resources Evaluating the effect of Japan's 2004 postgraduate training programme on the spatial distribution of physicians.
2433/216361 Yamamoto, Naoki 2016/06/20 Bidirectional promoters are the major source of gene activation-associated noncoding RNA (ncRNA). PC12 cells offer an interesting model for understanding the mechanism underlying bidirectional promoter-mediated cell cycle control. Nerve growth factor (NGF)-stimulated PC12 cells elongate neurites, and are in a reversible cell-cycle-arrested state. In contrast, these cells irreversibly differentiate and cannot re-enter the normal cell cycle after NGF plus cAMP treatment. In this study, using directional RNA-seq, we found that bidirectional promoters for protein-coding genes with promoter-associated ncRNA (pancRNA) were enriched for cAMP response element consensus sequences, and were preferred targets for transcriptional regulation by the transcription factors in the cAMP-dependent pathway. A spindle-formation-associated gene, Nusap1 and pancNusap1 were among the most strictly co-transcribed pancRNA-mRNA pairs. This pancRNA-mRNA pair was specifically repressed in irreversibly differentiated PC12 cells. Knockdown (KD) and overexpression experiments showed that pancNusap1 positively regulated the Nusap1 expression in a sequence-specific manner, which was accompanied by histone acetylation at the Nusap1 promoter. Furthermore, pancNusap1 KD recapitulated the effects of cAMP on cell cycle arrest. Thus, we conclude that pancRNA-mediated histone acetylation contributes to the establishment of the cAMP-induced transcription state of the Nusap1 locus and contributes to the irreversible cell cycle exit for terminal differentiation of PC12 cells. 5122 1362-4962 11 Nucleic Acids Research 5105 44 Oxford University Press Bidirectional promoters link cAMP signaling with irreversible differentiation through promoter-associated non-coding RNA (pancRNA) expression in PC12 cells
2433/216511 Jin, Yanchun 2016/08/01 This paper proposes nonparametric tests for the null hypothesis that a treatment has a zero effect on conditional variance for all subpopulations defined by covariates. Rather than the mean of outcome, which measures to what extent treatment changes the level of outcome, researchers are also interested in how the treatment affects the dispersion of outcome. We use variance to measure the dispersion and estimate the conditional variances by series method. We give a test rule comparing a Wald-type test statistic with the critical value from chi-squared distribution. We also construct a normalized test statistic that is asymptotically standard normal under the null hypothesis. We illustrate the usefulness of the proposed test by Monte Carlo simulations and an empirical example that investigates the effect of unionism on wage dispersion. KIER Discussion Paper 948 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University treatment effect Nonparametric tests for the effect of treatment on conditional variance
2433/193297 Okamoto, Kazuya 2013/08/28 Understanding what cannot be seen is difficult. Physical behavior can be explained on the basis of physical theories even if the behavior cannot be observed. Explanation of what is physically happening in the real world would become easy, however, if annotations were superimposed on the real objects. Herein, the authors demonstrate how an understanding of a physical event can be facilitated by overlapping a real-world situation with a simulation that predicts a future state. This idea is demonstrated in a game application in which a player stacks blocks into a pile until it collapses. In general, it is easy to estimate whether a block on the edge of a table will fall or not. However, it is more difficult to predict whether a stack of many blocks will collapse, and in what manner the stack will collapse. Even though previous research has demonstrated that the problem of how two-dimensionally stacked blocks collapse can be reduced to solving a sequence of convex quadratic programs, algorithms for convex quadratic programs require massive computational resources. Hence, the authors developed a fast and new algorithm based on a linear program. The proposed algorithm realizes real-time simulation based on physics that superimposes predicted collapse. The block that is predicted to fall is superimposed on the real block with a lit background projection. The system was evaluated in an experiment, and superimposed augmented reality annotation was observed to be efficient. The system was also demonstrated in game contests and received positive feedback and comments. 292 1359-4338 4 Virtual Reality 279 17 Springer London Augmented reality Augmented reality-based block piling game with superimposed collapse prediction
2433/202689 Hadyan, Hafizh 2015/09/24 Kyoto University ソーラーアップドラフト発電 ソーラーアップドラフト発電の理論解析および実験に基づく構造最適化 Theoretical Analysis and Experimental Optimization of Solar Updraft Power Generator
2433/191245 Chida, Masataka 2015/02/01 We generalize Teitelbaum's work on the definition of the L-invariant to Hilbert modular forms that arise from definite quaternion algebras over totally real fields by the Jacquet–Langlands correspondence. Conjecturally this coincides with the Fontaine–Mazur type L-invariant, defined by applying Fontaine's theory to the Galois representation associated to Hilbert modular forms. An exceptional zero conjecture for the p-adic L-function of Hilbert modular forms is also proposed. 665 0022-314X Journal of Number Theory 633 147 Elsevier Inc. Quaternion algebras On Teitelbaum type L-invariants of Hilbert modular forms attached to definite quaternions
2433/147966 Kondoh, Masato 2011/10/14 Cryptochromes (CRYs) are widespread flavoproteins with homology to photolyases (PHRs), a class of blue-light-activated DNA repair enzymes. Unlike PHRs, both plant and animal CRYs have a C-terminal domain. This cryptochrome C-terminal (CCT) domain mediates interactions with other proteins, while the PHR-like domain converts light energy into a signal via reduction and radical formation of the flavin adenine dinucleotide cofactor. However, the mechanism by which the PHR-like domain regulates the CCT domain is not known. Here, we applied the pulsed-laser-induced transient grating method to detect conformational changes induced by blue-light excitation of full-length Arabidopsis thaliana cryptochrome 1 (AtCRY1). A significant reduction in the diffusion coefficient of AtCRY1 was observed upon photoexcitation, indicating that a large conformational change occurs in this monomeric protein. AtCRY1 containing a single mutation (W324F) that abolishes an intra-protein electron transfer cascade did not exhibit this conformational change. Moreover, the conformational change was much reduced in protein lacking the CCT domain. Thus, we conclude that the observed large conformational changes triggered by light excitation of the PHR-like domain result from C-terminal domain rearrangement. This inter-domain modulation would be critical for CRYs' ability to transduce a blue-light signal into altered protein-protein interactions for biological activity. Lastly, we demonstrate that the transient grating technique provides a powerful method for the direct observation and understanding of photoreceptor dynamics. 137 0022-2836 1 Journal of molecular biology 128 413 Elsevier Ltd. blue-light receptor Light-Induced Conformational Changes in Full-Length Arabidopsis thaliana Cryptochrome.
2433/196887 Yamasaki, Michimasa 2013/10/21 1.The ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus uses fagaceous tree species as its hosts, and causes Japanese oak wilt by transporting and introducing the pathogenic fungus Raffaelea quercivora into the host tree. To protect fagaceous trees, it is necessary to understand the host selection process used by the beetle in heterogeneous forests. The occurrence of beetle attack on Quercus crispula and Castanea crenata was monitored from 2008 to 2011 in two 1-ha and one 0.5-ha plots established in a secondary forest. The stem and crown densities of each fagaceous tree species were calculated at 11 different spatial scales for each individual tree. Model application and selection were performed to clarify factors affecting the probability of attack by P. quercivorus. As shown in previous studies, a higher probability of attack was predicted for Q. crispula than for C. crenata, and the predicted probability of attack was lower for trees attacked in the previous year. The effect of stem density on the probability of attack was positive at a small (radius 5 m) spatial scale and negative at larger (radius 5–17.5 m) scales. We interpreted this to indicate that a dense distribution of fagaceous trees in a small area had a higher probability of attack, and that this probability decreased with an increasing density of fagaceous trees in a surrounding concentric area. A positive effect of crown density was detected, suggesting that P. quercivorus has a means of detecting host trees in areas with high crown densities of fagaceous species. 62 1461-9555 1 Agricultural and Forest Entomology 54 16 wiley Castanea crenata The effect of stem density on the probability of attack by the ambrosia beetle
2433/203014 Ratiu, Tudor S. 2015/12/01 A natural extension of the free rigid body dynamics to the unitary group U(n) is considered. The dynamics is described by the Euler equation on the Lie algebra u(n), which has a bi-Hamiltonian structure, and it can be reduced onto the adjoint orbits, as in the case of the SO(n). The complete integrability and the stability of the isolated equilibria on the generic orbits are considered by using the method of Bolsinov and Oshemkov. In particular, it is shown that all the isolated equilibria on generic orbits are Lyapunov stable. 7331 0022-0396 12 Journal of Differential Equations 7284 259 Elsevier Inc. Free rigid body The U(n) free rigid body rigid body: Integrability and stability analysis of the equilibria
2433/193269 Shinbori, Atsuki 2014/12/01 Characteristics of long-term variation in the amplitude of solar quiet (Sq) geomagnetic field daily variation have been investigated using 1-h geomagnetic field data obtained from 69 geomagnetic observation stations within the period of 1947 to 2013. The Sq amplitude observed at these geomagnetic stations showed a clear dependence on the 10- to 12-year solar activity cycle and tended to be enhanced during each solar maximum phase. The Sq amplitude was the smallest around the minimum of solar cycle 23/24 in 2008 to 2009. The relationship between the solar F10.7 index and Sq amplitude was approximately linear but about 53% of geomagnetic stations showed a weak nonlinear relation to the solar F10.7 index. In order to remove the effect of solar activity seen in the long-term variation of the Sq amplitude, we calculated a linear or second-order fitting curve between the solar F10.7 index and Sq amplitude during 1947 to 2013 and examined the residual Sq amplitude, which is defined as the deviation from the fitting curve. As a result, the majority of trends in the residual Sq amplitude that passed through a trend test showed negative values over a wide region. This tendency was relatively strong in Europe, India, the eastern part of Canada, and New Zealand. The relationship between the magnetic field intensity at 100-km altitude and residual Sq amplitude showed an anti-correlation for about 71% of the geomagnetic stations. Furthermore, the residual Sq amplitude at the equatorial station (Addis Ababa) was anti-correlated with the absolute value of the magnetic field inclination. This implies movement of the equatorial electrojet due to the secular variation of the ambient magnetic field. 1343-8832 1 Earth, Planets and Space 66 Springer Solar quiet geomagnetic field daily variation Long-term variation in the upper atmosphere as seen in the geomagnetic solar quiet daily variation
2433/128937 Aoi, Shinya 2010/05/01 The central pattern generators (CPGs) in the spinal cord strongly contribute to locomotor behavior. To achieve adaptive locomotion, locomotor rhythm generated by the CPGs is suggested to be functionally modulated by phase resetting based on sensory afferent or perturbations. Although phase resetting has been investigated during fictive locomotion in cats, its functional roles in actual locomotion have not been clarified. Recently, simulation studies have been conducted to examine the roles of phase resetting during human bipedal walking, assuming that locomotion is generated based on prescribed kinematics and feedback control. However, such kinematically based modeling cannot be used to fully elucidate the mechanisms of adaptation. In this article we proposed a more physiologically based mathematical model of the neural system for locomotion and investigated the functional roles of phase resetting. We constructed a locomotor CPG model based on a two-layered hierarchical network model of the rhythm generator (RG) and pattern formation (PF) networks. The RG model produces rhythm information using phase oscillators and regulates it by phase resetting based on foot-contact information. The PF model creates feedforward command signals based on rhythm information, which consists of the combination of five rectangular pulses based on previous analyses of muscle synergy. Simulation results showed that our model establishes adaptive walking against perturbing forces and variations in the environment, with phase resetting playing important roles in increasing the robustness of responses, suggesting that this mechanism of regulation may contribute to the generation of adaptive human bipedal locomotion. 387 0340-1200 5 Biological cybernetics 373 102 Springer-Verlag. Neuromusculoskeletal model Evaluating functional roles of phase resetting in generation of adaptive human bipedal walking with a physiologically based model of the spinal pattern generator.
2433/160677 Turkin, Y. 2011/02/01 The benchmarking of the thermal neoclassical transport coefficients is described using examples of the Large Helical Device (LHD) and TJ-II stellarators. The thermal coefficients are evaluated by energy convolution of the monoenergetic coefficients obtained by direct interpolation or neural network techniques from the databases precalculated by different codes. The temperature profiles are calculated by a predictive transport code from the energy balance equations with the ambipolar radial electric field estimated from a diffusion equation to guarantee a unique and smooth solution, although several solutions of the ambipolarity condition may exist when root-finding is invoked; the density profiles are fixed. The thermal transport coefficients as well as the ambipolar radial electric field are compared and very reasonable agreement is found for both configurations. Together with an additional W7-X case, these configurations represent very different degrees of neoclassical confinement at low collisionalities. The impact of the neoclassical optimization on the energy confinement time is evaluated and the confinement times for different devices predicted by transport modeling are compared with the standard scaling for stellarators. Finally, all configurations are scaled to the same volume for a direct comparison of the volume-averaged pressure and the neoclassical degree of optimization. 1070-664X 2 PHYSICS OF PLASMAS http://link.aip.org/link/?php/18/022505 18 American Institute of Physics interpolation Neoclassical transport simulations for stellarators
2433/131953 Bamberg, Sebastian 2011/01/01 The aim is to propose a theoretical grounding of soft transport policy measures that aim at promoting voluntary reduction of car use. A general conceptual framework is first presented to clarify how hard and soft transport policy measures impact on car-use reduction. Two different behavioural theories that have been used to account for car use and car-use reduction are then integrated in a self-regulation theory that identifies four stages of the process of voluntarily changing car use: setting a car-use reduction goal, forming a plan for achieving the goal, initiating and executing the plan, and evaluating the outcome of the plan execution. A number of techniques are described that facilitate the different stages of the process of voluntary car-use reduction and which should be used in personalized travel planning programs. 235 0967-070X 1 Transport Policy 228 18 Elsevier Ltd Soft transport policy measures Behaviour theory and soft transport policy measures
2433/155457 Yamada, Keisuke 2012/07/01 This paper describes new methods for measuring the modal equivalent stiffness ratios and modal electromechanical coupling coefficients of piezoelectric elements attached to a host structure such as a beam. Modal equivalent stiffness ratios and modal electromechanical coupling coefficients are essential for estimating the performance and determining an optimum design of active vibration control and passive vibration suppression systems that use piezoelectric elements. Accurate determination of these modal parameters is also useful for other systems including piezoelectric sensors and energy generators. This paper not only describes the measurement methods but also presents the theoretical formulations derived by taking into account the effect of adhesive bonds. The formulations in this paper demonstrate the necessity of experimental measurements and the accuracy enhancements that the theoretical estimations can provide. Conventional methods for obtaining the modal equivalent stiffness ratios are sensitive to measurement errors, which result in the loss of accuracy, rendering these methods unreliable for many practical applications. The proposed methods use an inductor instead of an open circuit to address the abovementioned issue and, thereby, provide significant improvement in the accuracy. Because the loss factors of the experimental apparatus tend to compromise the accuracy of the proposed methods, a method using a negative resistor is proposed, theoretically analyzed, and confirmed to eliminate some of the errors introduced by loss factors. The advantages of the proposed methods and the effectiveness of theoretical analysis, considering the effect of adhesive bonds, are verified experimentally. 3344 0022-460X 14 Journal of Sound and Vibration 3317 331 Elsevier Ltd. Piezoelectric Element A new method for accurately determining the modal equivalent stiffness ratio of bonded piezoelectric structures
2433/159444 Adachi, F. 2013/01/01 The purpose of this paper is to propose a practical method for optimum design of non-linear oil dampers with relief mechanism installed in multi-story framed building structures. The optimum design problem is formulated so as to minimize the maximum interstory drift or maximum acceleration of top-story under design earthquakes in terms of a set of relief forces subject to an inequality constraint on the maximum ratio of the damping force to the relief force and an equality constraint on the sum of relief forces of oil dampers. The proposed method to solve the optimum design problem is a successive procedure which consists of two steps. The first step is a sensitivity analysis by using nonlinear time-history response analyses, and the second step is a modification of the set of relief forces based upon the sensitivity analysis. An advanced reduction method based on static condensation of the frame and energy equivalence transformation of oil dampers is proposed and introduced into the optimum procedure to reduce the computational load. Numerical examples are conducted to demonstrate the effectiveness and validity of the proposed design method. 13 0267-7261 Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 1 44 Elsevier Ltd. Nonlinear optimal oil damper design in seismically controlled multi-story building frame
2433/188912 Maki, Masayasu 2014/05/26 Leaf area index (LAI) is among the most important variables for monitoring crop growth and estimating grain yield. Previous reports have shown that LAI derived from remote sensing data can be effectively applied in crop growth simulation models for improving the accuracy of grain yield estimation. Therefore, precise estimation of LAI from remote sensing data is expected to be useful for global monitoring of crop growth. In this study, as a preliminary step toward application at the regional and global scale, the suitability of several vegetation indices for estimating multi-year LAI were validated against field survey data. In particular, the performance of a vegetation index known as time-series index of plant structure (TIPS), which was developed by the authors, was evaluated by comparison with other well-known vegetation indices. The estimated equation derived from the relationship between TIPS and LAI was more accurate at estimating LAI than were equations derived from other vegetation indices. Although further research is required to demonstrate the effectiveness of TIPS, this study indicates that TIPS has the potential to provide accurate estimates for multi-year LAI at the field scale. 4779 2072-4292 6 Remote Sensing 4764 6 MDPI multiyear Empirical Regression Models for Estimating Multiyear Leaf Area Index of Rice from Several Vegetation Indices at the Field Scale
2433/199250 Makino, Kazunari 2013/01/01 For the ultrasonic testing at the wheel seat of railway axles, quantitative investigation of the reflection and transmission phenomena at the axle-wheel interface is important. This paper describes the influence of the axle-wheel interface on the ultrasonic testing of a fatigue crack in a wheelset by applying the spring interface model. The normal and tangential stiffnesses were identified experimentally for an as-manufactured wheelset at the normal incidence, and the reflection coefficient for the shear-wave oblique incidence was calculated. A parametric study was performed to clarify the influence of these interfacial stiffnesses on the incident-angle dependence of the reflection coefficient. The calculated reflection coefficient at the incident angle of 45° qualitatively explained the relative echo-height decrease due to the presence of a wheel observed experimentally for a wheelset in fatigue loading by rotating bending. The quantitative difference between the experimental and calculated results was considered to be due to the reduction of the effective interference of shrink fit by the wear at the axle-wheel interface during the fatigue loading as well as by the applied bending moment. For the estimated relative echo-height decrease to agree with the experimental results, the interfacial stiffnesses were found to be smaller than the values identified for the as-manufactured wheelset by a factor of 0.5-0.7. 248 0041-624X 1 Ultrasonics 239 53 Elsevier B.V. Railway wheelset Influence of axle-wheel interface on ultrasonic testing of fatigue cracks in wheelset.
2433/193963 Takata, Shigeru 2013/02/01 Singular behaviour of a rarefied gas on a planar boundary is clarified on the basis of the Boltzmann equation. The thermal transpiration between two parallel plates is taken as a specific example. First, the flow velocity is shown to behave like xlnx in the vicinity of the boundary, where x is a distance from the boundary. This implies a logarithmic divergence of the flow velocity gradient as x→0. Then, such a spatial singularity is shown to induce a similar singularity of the velocity distribution function (VDF) with respect to ζn on the boundary, where ζn is a normal component of the molecular velocity to the boundary. Moreover, the spatial singularity is shown to be quantitatively related to the discontinuity of the VDF on the boundary at ζn=0. These macroscopic and microscopic singularities should be observed generally in a rarefied gas on a planar boundary. Published online: 01 February 2013 47 0022-1120 Journal of Fluid Mechanics 30 717 Cambridge University Press kinetic theory Singular behaviour of a rarefied gas on a planar boundary
2433/193718 Nishimura, Y. 2013/02/01 We present simultaneous measurements of dayside diffuse aurora and whistler-mode waves made by the South Pole all-sky imager and two of the THEMIS spacecraft. We found a high correlation between the diffuse aurora intensity at 557.7 nm near the footprint latitudes of THEMIS and whistler-mode wave intensity measured on board. The power in other wave modes was negligibly small in most cases, indicating that the dayside diffuse aurora is driven by precipitating energetic electrons resonating with whistler-mode waves. The high correlation over a wide L* range (6 < L* < 11) further allowed us to magnetically link the wave and magnetospheric plasma distributions with the auroral patterns. Two distinct regions of whistler-mode waves and ambient plasma density were found outside the plasmasphere near the equator: (1) intense waves in a smooth, low density and (2) moderate waves with enhanced and fluctuating density. The whistler-mode wave intensity in the fluctuating plasma density region is positively correlated with the ambient density variations. The corresponding auroral images show an azimuthally elongated diffuse auroral band on the field lines connected to the low density region, as opposed to a structured diffuse aurora on the fluctuating density field lines. Each structured diffuse auroral patch was stable for a few tens of minutes and slowly drifted azimuthally. The high correlation of waves and auroras indicates that the structured diffuse auroral pattern reflects the spatial distribution of whistler-mode waves and ambient plasma density in space. The enhanced density measured by the spacecraft is quasi-spatial and contributes to enhanced growth of whistler-mode waves. 673 0148-0227 2 Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 664 118 American Geophysical Union dayside chorus Structures of dayside whistler-mode waves deduced from conjugate diffuse aurora
2433/214279 Fujita, Kohei 2015/02/18 A sophisticated and smart story stiffness system identification (SI) method for a shear building model is applied to a full-scale building frame subjected to micro-tremors. The advantageous and novel feature is that not only the modal parameters, such as natural frequencies and damping ratios but also the physical model parameters, such as story stiffnesses and damping coefficients, can be identified using micro-tremors. While the building responses to earthquake ground motions are necessary in the previous SI method, it is shown in this paper that the micro-tremor measurements in a full-scale five-story building frame can be used for identification within the same framework. The SI using micro-tremor measurements leads to the enhanced usability of the previously proposed story-wise shear building identification method. The degree of auto-regressive eXogenous models and the cut-off frequencies of band-pass filter are determined to derive reliable results. 2297-3362 Frontiers in Built Environment 1 Frontiers system identification Application of Story-Wise Shear Building Identification Method to Actual Ambient Vibration
2433/193046 Shinde, Victor Rana 2013/12/01 97.5% of the water utilities in Japan serve less than 50, 000 customers, and are called small water utilities. The Performance Indicator system in Japan, used to evaluate the performance of various aspects of the supply system, currently has 137 items, which are too many in number for the small utilities to adopt because of resource and financial constraints. The objective of this study is to, thus, revise the existing PI system to arrive at a reduced, relevant and practical structure that provides enough information to rationally evaluate small water supply systems in Japan. Principal Component Analysis was used to reduce the dimensionality of the original data. The results suggest that only nine components, consisting of 33 items (called 9-cPIS), are sufficient for evaluating the small water utilities. The effectiveness of the 9-cPIS in benchmarking, evaluating business models, and the planning and management of the water utilities has been discussed further. 393 1573-062X 6 Urban Water Journal 377 10 Taylor & Francis Group benchmarking Revising the existing Performance Indicator system for small water supply utilities in Japan
2433/189112 MATSUMOTO, MASAO 2012/09/30 We develop a basic formulation of the spin (SU(2)) coherent state path integrals based not on the conventional highest or lowest weight vectors but on arbitrary fiducial vectors. The coherent states, being defined on a 3-sphere, are specified by a full set of Euler angles. They are generally considered as states without classical analogues. The overcompleteness relation holds for the states, by which we obtain the time evolution of general systems in terms of the path integral representation; the resultant Lagrangian in the action has a monopole-type term à la Balachandran et al. as well as some additional terms, both of which depend on fiducial vectors in a simple way. The process of the discrete path integrals to the continuous ones is clarified. Complex variable forms of the states and path integrals are also obtained. During the course of all steps, we emphasize the analogies and correspondences to the general canonical coherent states and path integrals that we proposed some time ago. In this paper we concentrate on the basic formulation. The physical applications as well as criteria in choosing fiducial vectors for real Lagrangians, in relation to fictitious monopoles and geometric phases, will be treated in subsequent papers separately. 0217-9792 29 International Journal of Modern Physics B 26 World Scientific Publishing Company. Coherent state SU(2) COHERENT STATE PATH INTEGRALS LABELED BY A FULL SET OF EULER ANGLES: BASIC FORMULATION
2433/199850 Toma, Yuichi 2015/10/01 [Context]Habitat fragmentation is likely to have deleterious genetic consequences for plant populations. Although the genetic effects of fragmentation in plants have been investigated in various landscapes, such studies are scarce in urban landscapes where forests tend to be fragmented and have a complex internal structure. [Objectives]This study aimed to determine the factors, including patch and sub-patch level spatial factors, affecting the genetic diversity of a herbaceous species in urban fragmented forests. [Methods]We collected 30–39 leaf samples of Viola grypoceras A. Gray var. grypoceras, a perennial herbaceous species with short-distance seed dispersal, from 12 fragmented and 12 suburban forests each at Kyoto City, Japan, and analyzed the genetic diversity of this species by developing six simple sequence repeat markers. Field survey was conducted to collect demographic and spatial data. [Results]There was no significant difference in allelic richness between the urban fragmented and suburban forests. However, statistical analysis revealed that the area of vegetation, distribution pattern of populations in a forest, and average distance between nearest populations affected the genetic diversity of this species in urban fragmented forests. [Conclusion]Although V. grypoceras has traits that allow it to tolerate fragmentation, such as self-pollination and seed bank-formation ability, pure loss of habitat and reduced fragment size might have deleterious effects on this species, and these effects might become more apparent if fragmentation continues to proceed in the future. 1447 0921-2973 8 Landscape Ecology 1435 30 Springer Netherlands Habitat fragmentation Factors affecting the genetic diversity of a perennial herb Viola grypoceras A. Gray var. grypoceras in urban fragmented forests
2433/207645 Fukazawa, Yoshinari 2015/10/19 0169-5983 6 Fluid Dynamics Research 47 IOP Publishing thermal convection Onset of thermal convection and its flow patterns in a rectangular cavity
2433/91253 Hata, Koichi 2010/02/01 The transient critical heat fluxes (CHFs) of the subcooled water flow boiling for ramp-wise heat input [Q = αt, α = 6.21 × 108 to 1.63 × 1012 W/m3 s, (q 1.08 × 107 to 6.00 × 107 W/m2)] and stepwise one [Q = Qs, Qs = 0 W/m3 at t = 0 s and Qs = 2.95 × 1010 to 7.67 × 1010 W/m3 at t > 0 s, (q = 0 W/m2 at t = 0 s and q 1.61 × 107 to 3.87 × 107 W/m2 at t > 0 s)] with the flow velocities (u = 4.0–13.3 m/s), the inlet subcoolings (ΔTsub, in = 86.8–153.3 K) and the inlet pressures (Pin = 742.2–1293.4 kPa) are systematically measured by an experimental water loop comprised of a pressurizer. The SUS304 tubes of inner diameters (d = 3, 6 and 9 mm), heated lengths (L = 33.15, 59.5 and 49.3 mm), L/d (=11.05, 9.92 and 5.48), and wall thickness (δ = 0.5, 0.5 and 0.3 mm) respectively with the rough finished inner surface (surface roughness, Ra = 3.18 μm) are used in this work. The experimental errors in the subcooling measure and the pressure one are ±1 K and ±1 kPa, while in the heat flux it is ±2%. The transient CHF data for the ramp-wise heat input and the stepwise one are compared with those for the exponentially increasing heat input (Q = Q0 exp(t/τ), τ = 16.82 ms to 15.52 s) previously obtained and the dominant variables on transient CHF for heat input waveform difference are confirmed. The transient CHF data are compared with the values calculated by the steady state CHF correlations against inlet and outlet subcoolings, and the applicability of steady state CHF correlations is confirmed extending its possible validity for the reduced time, ωp, down to 800 ms. The transient CHF data are compared with the values calculated by the transient CHF correlations against inlet and outlet subcoolings, and the influence of heat input waveform on transient CHF is clarified based on the experimental data for the ramp-wise heat input, the stepwise one and the exponentially increasing one. The dominant mechanisms of the subcooled flow boiling critical heat flux for the ramp-wise heat input, the stepwise one and the exponentially increasing one are discussed. 452 00295493 2 Nuclear Engineering and Design 440 240 Elsevier Influence of heat input waveform on transient critical heat flux of subcooled water flow boiling in a short vertical tube
2433/178170 Shen, Xiuzhong 2013/12/01 The purpose of this study is to realize the full core conversion from the use of High Enriched Uranium (HEU) fuels to the use of Low Enriched Uranium (LEU) fuels in Kyoto University Research Reactor (KUR). Although the conversion of nuclear energy sources is required to keep the safety margins and reactor reliability based on KUR HEU core, the uranium density (3.2 gU/cm3) and enrichment (20%) of LEU fuel (U3Si2–AL) are quite different from the uranium density (0.58 gU/cm3) and enrichment (93%) of HEU fuel (U–Al), which may result in the changes of heat transfer response and neutronic characteristic in the core. So it is necessary to objectively re-assess the feasibility of LEU silicide fuel core in KUR by using various numerical simulation codes. This paper established a detailed simulation model for the LEU silicide core and provided the safety analyses for the reactivity insertion transients in the core by using EUREKA-2/RR code. Although the EUREKA-2/RR code is a proven and trusted code, its validity was further confirmed by the comparison with the predictions from another two thermal hydraulic codes, COOLOD-N2 and THYDE-W at steady state operation. The steady state simulation also verified the feasibility of KUR to be operated at rated thermal power of 5 MW. In view of the core loading patterns, the operational conditions and characteristics of the reactor protection system in KUR, the accidental control rod withdrawal transients at natural circulation and forced circulation modes, the cold water injection induced reactivity insertion transient and the reactivity insertion transient due to removal of irradiation samples were conservatively analyzed and their transient characteristic parameters such as core power, fuel temperature, cladding temperature, primary coolant temperature and departure from nucleate boiling ratio (DNBR) due to the different ways and magnitudes of reactivity insertions were focused in this study. The analytical results indicate that the quick power excursions initiated by the reactivity insertion can be safely suppressed by the reactor protection system of KUR in various initial power levels and different operational modes (natural circulation and forced circulation modes). No boiling and no burnout on fuel cladding surface and no blister in the fuel meat happens and KUR is safe in all of these reactivity insertion transients if the reactor protection system of KUR works in its minimum degree. 207 0306-4549 Annals of Nuclear Energy 195 62 Elsevier Ltd. EUREKA-2/RR Reactivity insertion transient analysis for KUR low-enriched uranium silicide fuel core
2433/199858 Suzuki, K. W. 2013/09/26 To improve our understanding of high copepod productivity in the estuarine turbidity maximum (ETM) of the macrotidal Chikugo River estuary in southwestern Japan, we determined stable carbon isotope ratios (δ[13]C) in the sympatric oligohaline copepods Sinocalanus sinensis andPseudodiaptomus inopinus from 2005 to 2006. Terrestrial-plant and phytoplankton detritus always accumulated in the ETM (salinity 0.1–3), whereas outside the ETM phytoplankton dominated especially in the warm season (>20°C). In contrast to the year-round concentration of S. sinensisin the ETM, P. inopinus occurred widely along the upper estuary under phytoplankton-dominated conditions. Terrestrial-plant detritus was characterized by relatively constant δ[13]C (∼−24‰), suggesting that significant spatiotemporal variability in copepod δ[13]C was attributable to the feeding of copepods on phytoplankton and/or its detritus. Both copepods had relatively depleted δ[13]C values in the ETM, reflecting δ[13]C in freshwater/oligohaline phytoplankton ( < −24‰). However, relatively enriched δ[13]C values (>−24‰) associated with meso/polyhaline phytoplankton downstream from the ETM were found only in P. inopinus. Although the contribution of terrestrial-plant detritus to copepod production remains to be determined, our results indicate that both copepods selectively utilize freshwater/oligohaline phytoplankton and/or its detritus in the ETM, whereas only P. inopinus utilizes meso/polyhaline phytoplankton downstream from the ETM. 474 0142-7873 2 Journal of Plankton Research 461 36 Oxford University Press copepod Spatiotemporal dynamics of stable carbon isotope ratios in two sympatric oligohaline copepods in relation to the estuarine turbidity maximum (Chikugo River, Japan): implications for food sources
2433/201637 SATO, YASUHIRO 2015/03/03 1. Trichome-producing (hairy) and trichomeless (glabrous) plants of Arabidopsis halleri subsp. gemmifera were investigated to test whether plant resistance to herbivory depends on the plants' phenotypes and/or the phenotypes of neighbouring plants (associational effects). 2. A common garden experiment was conducted in which the relative frequency of hairy and glabrous plants was manipulated. Two species of leaf-chewing insects (larvae of a white butterfly and a cabbage sawfly) were found less often on hairy plants than on glabrous plants. By contrast, the numbers of aphids and flea beetles did not differ significantly between hairy and glabrous plants. For none of these insects did abundance depend on the frequency of the two plant morphs. 3. A field survey was conducted in two natural populations of A. halleri. In the first population, a species of white butterfly was the dominant herbivore, and hairy plants incurred less leaf damage than glabrous plants across 2 years. By contrast, in the other population, where flea beetles were dominant, there were no consistent differences in leaf damage between the two types of plants. In neither of the two populations was any evidence found of associational effects. 4. This study did not provide any conclusive evidence of associational effects of anti-herbivore resistance, but it was discovered that trichomes can confer resistance to certain herbivores. Given the results of previous work by the authors on associational effects against a flightless leaf beetle, such associational effects of the trichome dimorphism of A. halleri were herbivore-specific. 279 0307-6946 3 Ecological Entomology 269 40 wiley Anti-herbivore resistance Tests of associational defence provided by hairy plants for glabrous plants of Arabidopsis halleri subsp. gemmifera against insect herbivores
2433/49127 JAĆIMOVIĆ, NENAD 2007/09/25 Multiphase flows are governed by three-dimensional Navier Stokes equations for each involved phase. Therefore, solution of these equations for given boundary and initial conditions, in principle, would determine the flow field in time and space. Generally, boundaries between involved phases are not known a priory, but are part of the, solution; or in the case of flows in a porous medium, these boundaries have too complicated geometry to be resolved mathematically. This resulted into development of simplified models, where the level of simplifications determines the model applicability. However, in order to represent simulated flows accurately, the model should include as much as possible relevant mechanisms and fluid properties. In this study, a numerical model is developed based on finite volume method, in which the volume averaged governing equations are solved. In contrary to the simplified models. a full momentum equations for each involved phase is considered. Such model is utilized in the study to investigate commonly adopted simplifications, and their effects on the model applicability. Namely, for the flows in porous media, the effects of acceleration terms in momentum equations are investigated; first for the saturated groundwater flow, and then; for the air/water flow during air injection into initially saturated soil. It is revealed that in the case of saturated flow in homogeneous, incompressible, low permeable soils, the pressure adapts the new imposed boundary conditions instantaneously, while the velocities reach the quasi-steady conditions extremely fast. In the case of heterogeneous soil, pressure and velocity field have transient nature, but quickly reach the quasi-steady conditions. Only during this onset of flow, the inertia terms play a role. In the case of air/water flow during air sparging, it is revealed that acceleration becomes important for porous medium with average grain size larger than 2 rum. This implies that simulations of such flow in coarse sands and gravels should include acceleration. It is explicitly shown that phenomena of flow pulsation, manifesting as steady pulsation at the constant air-injection flow rate, can be modeled only by inclusion of acceleration terms in governing equations. Theoretical analysis; conducted by application of one-dimensional stability analysis, revealed that inertial effects promote the instability, while the capillary forces oppose it. Ratio of these forces determines the onset of instability. It is showed that for materials with average grain size smaller than 2 mm, instability can not be expected. In order to apply the model for simulation of contaminant removal during air sparging, the contaminant transport model is supplied. Mechanistic numerical models inherently assume that involved phases are completely mixed, and by now reported models commonly assume the local equilibrium of contaminant between the air and water phase. As reported by many investigators, this leads toward an overestimated contaminant removal. Therefore, in this model a channel air flow pattern is considered, where transfer of contaminant between the water and the air phase is modeled according to two film theory. Diffusive process of contaminant transport toward the air phase is modeled by a first order kinetic process between two water compartments: a immobile compartment in contact with the air phase and mobile compartment which has no contact with the air phase. Application of the developed model to reported two-dimensional experiment, showed a good agreement between simulated and measured transient change of dissolved contaminant in the water. This study also showed that single numerical model, through the minor refinements, can be applied to wide variety of hydraulic engineering problems. By inclusion of gas compressibility, and mass exchange between the gas and the water phase in continuity equations, with adapting the drag term in momentum equations, a bubble phone model is proposed which can be utilized for simulation of lake amelioration by gas (air or pure oxygen) injection. Model is qualitatively and quantitatively validated by comparison with reported experiments from the literature. Hypothetical simulation of pure oxygen injection into 50 in deep lake showed that, due to ambient water entrainment into the gas plume, a significant spreading of dissolved oxygen can not be expected. Therefore, a optional gas injection strategy should be considered. Developed model can be utilized in order to propose an optimal gas injection design. Finally.. the same numerical model is proposed for simulation of flow in complex flow domains, consisting of bulk water and flow in porous medium with free surface boundary. Model is formulated in generalized curvilinear coordinates, in order to provide adequate representation of irregular boundaries. In contrast to earlier proposed boundary conditions at the two domain interface, in this model a continuity of velocities and stresses is assumed; for both regions a single set of governing equations is solved. Model application is illustrated by simulation of embankment overflow and its effect on effective stresses in the porous medium. It is showed that coupled, bulk water and groundwater flow, significantly influence the slope failure potential, here quantified by the Coulomb failure coefficient for non cohesive soils. 学位授与大学：京都大学 ; 取得学位: 博士(工学) ; 学位授与年月日: 2007-09-25 ; 学位の種類: 新制・課程博士 ; 学位記番号: 工博第2845号 ; 請求記号: 新制/工/1419 ; 整理番号: 25530 Kyoto University Hydraulics 多孔質媒体中の多相流の数値モデリングと水工学分野における応用に関する研究 NUMERICAL MODELING OF MULTIPHASE FLOWS IN POROUS MEDIA AND ITS APPLICATION IN HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
2433/55639 Fukui, Hayao 1971/03/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 533 0563-8682 4 東南アジア研究 518 8 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Rice Culture in the Central Plain of Thailand V : Possibility of Higher Yield Viewed from the Yield Component Surveys in Farmers' Fields
2433/217684 Yoshida, Yuta 2016/04/15 α-cluster excited states in [32]S are investigated with an extended [28]Si + a cluster model, in which the [28]Si core deformation and rotation and the α-cluster breaking are incorporated. In the generator coordinate method calculation with the extended [28]Si + a cluster model, the α-cluster excited states are obtained near the [28]Si + a threshold energy. The [28]Si core deformation and rotation effects, and also the α-clusters breaking in the [28]Si + a system, are discussed. It is found that the rotation of the oblately deformed [28]Si core has a significant effect on the α-cluster excited states whereas the α-cluster breaking has only a minor effect. 2050-3911 Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics 2016 Oxford University Press α-cluster excited states in [32]S
2433/217736 Horikawa, Hiroyuki 2016/11/24 Kyoto University Child abuse 子ども虐待再発予測モデルの開発：児童相談所データによるヒストリカルコホート研究 Development of a prediction model for child maltreatment recurrence in Japan: A historical cohort study using data from a Child Guidance Center
2433/217712 Hasegawa, T. 1995/04/01 In analyzing optical properties of multilayered LB films with the uniaxial anisotropy around the surface normal, a new method for calculating infrared reflection-absorbances was developed, by extending Drude's anisotropic calculation theory for two-phase system to Hansen's optical theory for thin isotropic multilayers. With this method, infrared external reflection spectra of a 9-monolayer LB film of cadmium stearate prepared on a gallium arsenide substrate were analyzed to obtain molecular orientations. The result was in fair agreement with that obtained by X-ray diffractometry. Reflection-absorbance spectra of the same LB film on a silver-evaporated slide glass at various temperatures were also analyzed by the same method and the orientation angle of each molecular group was quantitatively obtained, clarifying the process of disordering with the increase of temperature. Further, the dependence of the degree of disordering on the monolayer location in LB films were discussed in light of the isotope substitution experiment. 1243 0743-7463 4 Langmuir 1236 11 American Chemical Society (ACS) Spectroscopy Quantitative Analysis of Uniaxial Molecular Orientation in Langmuir-Blodgett Films by Infrared Reflection Spectroscopy
2433/215217 Kobuse, Hiroe 2016/03/23 Kyoto University attitude of health personnel 病院の多様な組織間での安全文化のばらつきの可視化 Visualizing variations in organizational safety culture across an inter-hospital multifaceted workforce
2433/52473 Nakagawa, Seiichi 1991/01/01 41 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 28 25 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Comparison of Language Models by Stochastic Context-Free Grammar, Bigram and Quasi-Simplified-Trigram
2433/47004 Makita, Tadashi 1975/04/30 111 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 98 44 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Evaluation and correlation of viscosity data : the most probable values of the viscosity of gaseous ethane and ethylene
2433/47079 Kubota, Hironobu 1980/02/20 69 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 59 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Specific volume and viscosity of methanol-water mixtures under high pressure
2433/37941 Ida, Takanori 2002/07/01 This paper theoretically and empirically analyzes the relationship between medical expenditures and risk. First, the influences of two risk parameters on medical expenditures are theoretically investigated. The decrease in the time risk, which is interpreted to represent social risks such as medical technology and public health, reduces the expenditure on medical care. The increase in the age risk, which is interpreted to represent individual risks such as aging, increases the expenditure on medical care. Second, the medical expenditures of Japanese one-person households from 1969 to 1994 are estimated. The influences of two risk parameters on the medical expenditures are confirmed as expected, and the gender distinction and the institutional change are also important. 60 京都大学大学院経済学研究科Working Paper 京都大学大学院経済学研究科 Theoretical and empirical analysis of the influences of risks over time and with age on medical expenditures : evidence from the Japanese one-person households
2433/26520 嘉門, 雅史 2005/04/01 404 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 395 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no48/48b0/a48b0p41.pdf 48 京都大学防災研究所 セメント固化 Experimental study on the long-term environmental impact caused by the cement stabilization/solidification of soft ground セメント固化を用いた軟弱地盤改良における地盤環境影響の実験的検討
2433/73258 FUJIMI, Toshio 2007/04/01 139 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. C 129 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 50 京都大学防災研究所 曖昧性 個人の異質性が曖昧性下の意思決定に及ぼす影響の定量分析 An Empirical Analysis of Individual Heterogeneity Effect on Ambiguity Aversion
2433/73253 IGWE, Ogbonnaya 2007/04/01 186 0386-412X C 京都大学防災研究所年報. C = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. C 177 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 50 京都大学防災研究所 流動性地すべり 地すべり危険度評価 : リングせん断試験機を用いた土の非排水せん断時の力学特性についての研究 Landslide Risk Evaluation: the Mechanical Properties of Soils Sheared Undrained in a Ring Shear Apparatus
2433/113810 Shimabukuro, Tomoyuki 2006/03/01 健康診断のために著者らの健診センターを訪れた男女1912人に,国際前立腺症状スコア(IPSS)と生活の質の指標(IPSS-QI)を用いたアンケート調査を行い,通常の日常生活を送っている人々における下部尿路症状(LUTS)の出現頻度を,性別・年齢別に比較検討した. 1)平均年齢は女性46.8歳(18～83歳),男性48.5歳(19～76歳)であった. 2)蓄尿症状および排尿症状スコアは,男女とも加齢とともに徐々に増大していた. 3)IPSSが8点以上の中等度および高度の症状を有する人は,30歳未満の女性で5.6%,30歳代で8.9%,40歳代で15.7%,50歳代で20.8%,60歳代で21.0%,70歳以上で28.6%であった.一方,男性ではそれぞれ8.8,15.9,18.7,38.1,48.6,68.8%であった. 4)70歳以上の男性を除いては,男女ともに大部分の人が1回以下の夜間排尿回数であった.加えて,IPSS重篤度別のIPSS-QIでみた困窮度は男女共ほぼ同様で,LUTSは両性に同程度の困窮さを与えていた 195 0018-1994 3 泌尿器科紀要 189 52 泌尿器科紀要刊行会 Apparently healthy persons 宇部興産中央病院健診センターを受診した男女1,912人における下部尿路症状の検討 Lower urinary tract symptoms in 1,912 apparently healthy persons of both sexes
2433/158858 NAGASAWA, Sumio 1974/11/30 133 0006-5420 4 防虫科学 125 39 財団法人防虫科学研究所 27.チチュウカイミバエの幼虫に対する殺虫乳剤有効度の評価法 Laboratory Evaluation of Effectiveness of Some Insecticide Emulsifiable Concentrates for the Immature Stage of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann)
2433/141527 KWON, JAE-HOON 2010/05/01 60 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 50 1689 京都大学数理解析研究所 LITTLEWOOD-RICHARDSON COEFFICIENTS AND EXTREMAL WEIGHT CRYSTALS (Representation Theory and Combinatorics)
2433/129111 橋本, 武志 2003/04/01 777 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 765 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 46 京都大学防災研究所 地磁気 On the annual variations in geomagnetic differences observed in Long Valley Caldera, California ロングバレーカルデラ地域の地磁気全磁力差に見られる年周変化について
2433/129625 McAleer, Michael 2010/08/01 A government's ability to forecast key economic fundamentals accurately can affect business confidence, consumer sentiment, and foreign direct investment, among others. A government forecast based on an econometric model is replicable, whereas one that is not fully based on an econometric model is non-replicable. Governments typically provide non-replicable forecasts (or, expert forecasts) of economic fundamentals, such as the inflation rate and real GDP growth rate. In this paper, we develop a methodology to evaluate non-replicable forecasts. We argue that in order to do so, one needs to retrieve from the non-replicable forecast its replicable component, and that it is the difference in accuracy between these two that matters. An empirical example to forecast economic fundamentals for Taiwan shows the relevance of the proposed methodological approach. Our main finding is that it is the undocumented knowledge of the Taiwanese government that reduces forecast errors substantially. KIER Discussion Paper 720 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Government forecasts How Accurate are Government Forecasts of Economic Fundamentals? The Case of Taiwan
2433/138098 Eguchi, G. 2011/01/01 We report crystallographic, specific heat, transport, and magnetic properties of the recently discovered noncentrosymmetric 5d-electron superconductors CaIrSi3 (Tc=3.6K) and CaPtSi3 (Tc=2.3K). The specific heat suggests that these superconductors are fully gapped. The upper critical fields are less than 1 T, consistent with limitation by conventional orbital depairing. High, non-Pauli-limited μ0Hc2 values, often taken as a key signature of novel noncentrosymmetric physics, are not observed in these materials because the high carrier masses required to suppress orbital depairing and reveal the violated Pauli limit are not present. 1098-0121 2 Physical Review B 83 American Physical Society Crystallographic and superconducting properties of the fully gapped noncentrosymmetric 5d-electron superconductors CaMSi_{3} (M = Ir, Pt)
2433/125409 Ichimura, Shin-ichi 1954/04/01 51 0023-6055 1 Kyoto University Economic Review 35 24 Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University A TENTATIVE NON-LINEAR THEORY OF ECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS IN THE PURELY COMPETITIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEM II
2433/124853 UTAMI, Tadashi 1975/12/01 75 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 55 25 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University The Local Flow around the Upstream Side of Bridge Piers
2433/124879 KASHIWAYA, Kenji 1978/12/01 93 0454-7675 3-4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 69 28 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On the Rill Net in a Slope System
2433/61103 NISHIDA, AKIRA 1997/04/01 51 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 41 990 京都大学数理解析研究所 sparse nonsymmetric eigenvalue problems EVALUATION OF ACCELERATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE RESTARTED ARNOLDI METHOD
2433/197320 Harada, Norio 2011/10/21 [Aims/Introduction]: Gastric inhibitory polypeptide (GIP) and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) are major incretins that potentiate insulin secretion from pancreatic β-cells. The factors responsible for incretin secretion have been reported in Caucasian subjects, but have not been thoroughly evaluated in Japanese subjects. We evaluated the factors associated with incretin secretion during oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) in Japanese subjects with normal glucose tolerance (NGT). [Materials and Methods]: We measured plasma GIP and GLP-1 levels during OGTT in 17 Japanese NGT subjects and evaluated the factors associated with GIP and GLP-1 secretion using simple and multiple regression analyses. [Results]: GIP secretion (AUC-GIP) was positively associated with body mass index (P < 0.05), and area under the curve (AUC) of C-peptide (P < 0.05) and glucagon (P < 0.01), whereas GLP-1 secretion (AUC-GLP-1) was negatively associated with AUC of plasma glucose (P < 0.05). The insulinogenic index was most strongly associated with GIP secretion (P < 0.05); homeostasis model assessment β-cell was the most the strongly associated factor in GLP-1 secretion (P < 0.05) among the four indices of insulin secretion and insulin sensitivity. [Conclusions]: Several distinct factors might be associated with GIP and GLP-1 secretion during OGTT in Japanese subjects. 199 2040-1116 3 Journal of diabetes investigation 193 2 wiley Gastric inhibitory polypeptide Plasma gastric inhibitory polypeptide and glucagon-like peptide-1 levels after glucose loading are associated with different factors in Japanese subjects.
2433/198078 MACAITIENE, Renata 2012/08/01 233 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 217 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11M41 On joint universality for the zeta-functions of newforms and periodic Hurwitz zeta-functions (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/193042 Taniguchi, Aina 2013/12/01 The authors improve the high-resolution Global Satellite Mapping of Precipitation (GSMaP) product for Typhoon Morakot (2009) over Taiwan by using an orographic/nonorographic rainfall classification scheme. For the estimation of the orographically forced upward motion used in the orographic/nonorographic rainfall classification scheme, the optimal horizontal length scale for averaging the elevation data is examined and found to be about 50 km. It is inferred that as the air ascends en masse on the horizontal scale, it becomes unstable and convection develops. The orographic/nonorographic rainfall classification scheme is extended to the GSMaP algorithm for all passive microwave radiometers in orbit, including not just microwave imagers but also microwave sounders. The retrieved rainfall rates, together with infrared images, are used for the high-resolution rainfall products, which leads to much better agreement with rain gauge observations. 1871 1525-755X 6 Journal of Hydrometeorology 1859 14 American Meteorological Society Algorithms Improvement of High-Resolution Satellite Rainfall Product for Typhoon Morakot (2009) over Taiwan
2433/194417 Kacinskaite, Roma 2012/09/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 79 1806 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11M41 Joint universality of periodic zeta-functions : continuous and discrete cases (Analytic Number Theory : related Multiple aspects of Arithmetic Functions)
2433/194474 FUCHS, CLEMENS 2012/09/01 64 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 1809 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON DECOMPOSABLE RATIONAL FUNCTIONS WITH GIVEN NUMBER OF SINGULARITIES : Dedicated to the 70th birthday of Professor Masami Ito (Algebraic Systems and Theoretical Computer Science)
2433/195029 TANAKA, HIDEYUKI 2013/07/01 59 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 50 1844 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cubature on Wiener space CUBATURE FORMULA ON WIENER SPACE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF SPLITTING METHODS (Designs, Codes, Graphs and Related Areas)
2433/195389 Ohtsuki, Tomotada 2013/12/01 148 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 135 1866 京都大学数理解析研究所 Problems on Low-dimensional Topology, 2013 (Intelligence of Low-dimensional Topology)
2433/175384 Ruan, Peiying 2013/06/01 Since many proteins express their functional activity by interacting with other proteins and forming protein complexes, it is very useful to identify sets of proteins that form complexes. For that purpose, many prediction methods for protein complexes from protein-protein interactions have been developed such as MCL, MCODE, RNSC, PCP, RRW, and NWE. These methods have dealt with only complexes with size of more than three because the methods often are based on some density of subgraphs. However, heterodimeric protein complexes that consist of two distinct proteins occupy a large part according to several comprehensive databases of known complexes. In this paper, we propose several feature space mappings from protein-protein interaction data, in which each interaction is weighted based on reliability. Furthermore, we make use of prior knowledge on protein domains to develop feature space mappings, domain composition kernel and its combination kernel with our proposed features. We perform ten-fold cross-validation computational experiments. These results suggest that our proposed kernel considerably outperforms the naive Bayes-based method, which is the best existing method for predicting heterodimeric protein complexes. 1932-6203 6 PloS one 8 Public Library of Science Prediction of heterodimeric protein complexes from weighted protein-protein interaction networks using novel features and kernel functions.
2433/76952 Chen, Guan-Wen 1981/11/30 283 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 267 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Microheterophase Structure, Permeability, and Biocompatibility of A-B-A Tri-Block Copolymer Membranes Composed of Poly (γ-ethyl L-glutamate) as the A Component and Polybutadiene as the B Component (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, XVI)
2433/90387 HARADA, Yoshifumi 1981/11/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 129 0527-2997 2 物性研究 112 37 物性研究刊行会 Pseudo-Critical Dynamics in Binary Fluids
2433/65050 Hirai, Toshiaki 2000/05/01 We studied diets of an Asian ranid, Rana rugosa, inhabiting three different environments (reservoir, river shoreline, and paddy fields) in Kyoto, Japan. In all the three habitats, ants were the most frequently consumed prey, representing surprisingly similar proportions in both the frequency of occurrence (81.9-85.7%) and the number of total prey items (56.8-59.4%). These values are exceptionally large for Rana, and equivalent to those reported for ant specialists in other families of frogs such as dendrobatids or bufonids. However, R. rugosa consumed ants lower in proportions than those found in the environment, and could not be regarded as purely ant specialists. Instead, we conclude that this species tends to avoid ants more weakly than other species of Rana. Other than ants, larger prey were more and smaller ones less frequently taken in proportion to frog body size, indicating that the frog consumes ants because of its weak avoidance of these abundant potential prey. 466 0289-0003 4 Zoological Science 459 17 Zoological Society of Japan Myrmecophagy in a ranid frog Rana rugosa: specialization or weak avoidance to ant eating?
2433/180283 Tomonaga, Masaki 2014/01/16 Bottlenose dolphins use auditory (or echoic) information to recognise their environments, and many studies have described their echolocation perception abilities. However, relatively few systematic studies have examined their visual perception. We tested dolphins on a visual-matching task using two-dimensional geometric forms including various features. Based on error patterns, we used multidimensional scaling to analyse perceptual similarities among stimuli. In addition to dolphins, we conducted comparable tests with terrestrial species: chimpanzees were tested on a computer-controlled matching task and humans were tested on a rating task. The overall perceptual similarities among stimuli in dolphins were similar to those in the two species of primates. These results clearly indicate that the visual world is perceived similarly by the three species of mammals, even though each has adapted to a different environment and has differing degrees of dependence on vision. イルカから見た世界 -イルカとチンパンジーとヒトにおける図形知覚の比較-. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2014-01-16. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 4 Nature Publishing Group Evolution How dolphins see the world: A comparison with chimpanzees and humans
2433/73202 Ishida, So 2004/05/24 Kyoto University アッキガイ科腹足類ウネレイシガイダマシの生活史および採餌生態に関する研究 Life history and foraging ecology of muricid gastropod Cronia margariticola
2433/188706 Sasaki, Noriko 2014/03/24 Kyoto University In-hospital mortality 急性心不全の死亡予測モデルの開発と検証 --DPCデータを用いた解析 Development and Validation of an Acute Heart Failure-Specific Mortality Predictive Model Based on Administrative Data
2433/207798 FUJIIE, SETSURO 2013/03/01 47 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 31 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 81Q20 Semiclassical complex interactions at a non-analytic turning point (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/210280 FUKUI, Seiichi 2016/03/25 発展途上国における貧困家計の所得平準化を目的として、CBHIの導入が図られているが、購入者の割合は依然として低い。本論文は、カンボジアにおけるCBHI購入を規定する要因と、保険を購入し利用することによる健康への影響を検証することを目的とする。そのため、カンボジア農村において収集した家計データを用い、リスクや時間選好を考慮して、選択モデルによる購入決定因の分析と、保険を購入し利用することが家計員の健康状態におよぼす影響について単純な回帰分析の手法を用いて分析した。分析の結果は、CBHIの購入と利用が家計員の健康に負の影響をおよぼすこと、過去における疾病経験、高齢者の割合が保険購入に有意な正の影響をおぼすこと、および、時間割引率が低いほど保険を購入する傾向があることを示している。 15 1341-8947 生物資源経済研究 1 21 京都大学大学院農学研究科生物資源経済学専攻 コミュニティーを基礎としたマイクロ・インシュランス(CBHI)の購入決定因と健康への影響--カンボジア農村の事例より-- Determinants and Health Impacts of Purchasing Community-based Health Insurance: A Case Study in Rural Cambodia
2433/214847 Fantechi, Barbara 2007/01/01 62 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 50 2007 京都大学数理解析研究所 Riemann–Roch theorems for virtually smooth schemes
2433/216063 Furukawa, Toshi A 2016/05/04 [Introduction] Despite important advances in psychological and pharmacological treatments of persistent depressive disorders in the past decades, their responses remain typically slow and poor, and differential responses among different modalities of treatments or their combinations are not well understood. Cognitive-Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP) is the only psychotherapy that has been specifically designed for chronic depression and has been examined in an increasing number of trials against medications, alone or in combination. When several treatment alternatives are available for a certain condition, network meta-analysis (NMA) provides a powerful tool to examine their relative efficacy by combining all direct and indirect comparisons. Individual participant data (IPD) meta-analysis enables exploration of impacts of individual characteristics that lead to a differentiated approach matching treatments to specific subgroups of patients. [Methods and analysis] We will search for all randomised controlled trials that compared CBASP, pharmacotherapy or their combination, in the treatment of patients with persistent depressive disorder, in Cochrane CENTRAL, PUBMED, SCOPUS and PsycINFO, supplemented by personal contacts. Individual participant data will be sought from the principal investigators of all the identified trials. Our primary outcomes are depression severity as measured on a continuous observer-rated scale for depression, and dropouts for any reason as a proxy measure of overall treatment acceptability. We will conduct a one-step IPD-NMA to compare CBASP, medications and their combinations, and also carry out a meta-regression to identify their prognostic factors and effect moderators. The model will be fitted in OpenBUGS, using vague priors for all location parameters. For the heterogeneity we will use a half-normal prior on the SD. [Ethics and dissemination] This study requires no ethical approval. We will publish the findings in a peer-reviewed journal. The study results will contribute to more finely differentiated therapeutics for patients suffering from this chronically disabling disorder. 2044-6055 5 BMJ Open 6 BMJ Publishing Group Cognitive-Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP), a drug, or their combination: differential therapeutics for persistent depressive disorder: a study protocol of an individual participant data network meta-analysis.
2433/216141 Tubay, Jerrold M. 2015/10/20 Most terrestrial plant communities exhibit relatively high species diversity and many competitive species are ubiquitous. Many theoretical studies have been carried out to investigate the coexistence of a few competitive species and in most cases they suggest competitive exclusion. Theoretical studies have revealed that coexistence of even three or four species can be extremely difficult. It has been suggested that the coexistence of many species has been achieved by the fine differences in suitable microhabitats for each species, attributing to niche-separation. So far there is no explicit demonstration of such a coexistence in mathematical and simulation studies. Here we built a simple lattice Lotka-Volterra model of competition by incorporating the minute differences of suitable microhabitats for many species. By applying the site variations in species-specific settlement rates of a seedling, we achieved the coexistence of more than 10 species. This result indicates that competition between many species is avoided by the spatial variations in species-specific microhabitats. Our results demonstrate that coexistence of many species becomes possible by the minute differences in microhabitats. This mechanism should be applicable to many vegetation types, such as temperate forests and grasslands. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 5 Nature Publishing Group Microhabitat locality allows multi-species coexistence in terrestrial plant communities
2433/175250 Ikezoe, Tome 2013/09/01 This study investigated the relationship between daytime physical activity patterns and physical fitness in elderly women. The subjects comprised 19 elderly women who resided in a nursing home. Time spent lying, sitting, standing and walking and the number of steps taken during the daytime from 10:00 to 16:00 were measured to determine physical activity patterns. Physical fitness measures included muscle strength, balance, flexibility and physical performance. The elderly women spent 18.3% of their daytime walking, 7.31% in a standing position, 56.9% sitting and 17.4% lying down. Our results showed that the time spent in walking or standing positions was significantly associated with balance and physical performance such as walking speed, while the time spent in a sitting position was inversely associated with muscle strength, balance and physical performance. The results of this study suggest that the time the elderly spend on weight-bearing activities and in sedentary behavior are associated with physical fitness. 225 0167-4943 2 Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 221 57 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. Physical activity Daytime physical activity patterns and physical fitness in institutionalized elderly women: An exploratory study.
2433/197216 Matsumoto, Hisako 2011/03/01 Background: Inflammation of peripheral airways is implicated in the pathophysiology of severe asthma. However, contributions of peripheral airway inflammation to airway caliber/function in patients with stable asthma, including those with mild to moderate disease, remain to be confirmed. Objectives: To determine whether peripheral airway inflammation affects airway function in patients with asthma. Methods: In 70 patients with mild to severe asthma, alveolar nitric oxide [CANO(TMAD)] levels were examined as a noninvasive biomarker of peripheral airway/alveolar inflammation. CANO(TMAD) and maximal nitric oxide (NO) flux in the airway compartment, J’awNO, were estimated with a model that incorporated trumpet-shaped airways and axial diffusion using exhaled NO output at different flow rates. Measures of pulmonary function were then assessed by spirometry and an impulse oscillometry system, and their bronchodilator reversibility was examined. Results: CANO(TMAD) levels were not correlated with pre- or postbronchodilator spirometric values, but were significantly associated with prebronchodilator reactance at low frequency (Xrs5) (rho = –0.31, p = 0.011), integrated area of low-frequency Xrs (AX) (rho = 0.35, p = 0.003) and negative frequency dependence of resistance (Rrs5-Rrs20) (rho = 0.35, p = 0.004). Furthermore, CANO(TMAD) levels were associated with bronchodilator reversibility of FEV[1], FEF[25–75%], Xrs5 and AX (rho = 0.35, 0.31, –0.24 and –0.31, respectively; p ≤ 0.05 for all). No variables were related to J’awNO.Conclusions: Elevated CANO(TMAD), but not J’awNO, partly reflects reversible airway obstruction originating in the peripheral airway. These findings indicate the involvement of peripheral airway inflammation in physiological abnormalities in asthma. 317 0025-7931 4 Respiration 311 81 Karger Airway reversibility Association of alveolar nitric oxide levels with pulmonary function and its reversibility in stable asthma.
2433/216685 Hamano, Yuya 2016/07/01 Age prediction with epigenetic information is now edging closer to practical use in forensic community. Many age-related CpG (AR-CpG) sites have proven useful in predicting age in pyrosequencing or DNA chip analyses. In this study, a wide range methylation status in the ELOVL2 and FHL2 promoter regions were detected with methylation-sensitive high resolution melting (MS-HRM) in a labor-, time-, and cost-effective manner. Non-linear-distributions of methylation status and chronological age were newly fitted to the logistic curve. Notably, these distributions were revealed to be similar in 22 living blood samples and 52 dead blood samples. Therefore, the difference of methylation status between living and dead samples suggested to be ignorable by MS-HRM. Additionally, the information from ELOVL2 and FHL2 were integrated into a logistic curve fitting model to develop a final predictive model through the multivariate linear regression of logit-linked methylation rates and chronological age with adjusted R[2] = 0.83. Mean absolute deviation (MAD) was 7.44 for 74 training set and 7.71 for 30 additional independent test set, indicating that the final predicting model is accurate. This suggests that our MS-HRM-based method has great potential in predicting actual forensic age. 10 1344-6223 Legal Medicine 5 21 Elsevier Age prediction Forensic age prediction for dead or living samples by use of methylation-sensitive high resolution melting
2433/175248 Nakanishi, Takayuki 2013/06/01 Photoluminescence (PL) fatigue-recovery phenomena in germanium sulfide were investigated, and the temperature dependence of the time-dependent PL intensity for several compositions (Ge_{33.3}S_{66.7}, Ge_{20}S_{80} and Ge_{10}S_{90}) was analyzed. Side-bands were observed and two bands out of them for argon-ion laser excitation, one at 2.25 eV for all compositions and the other extended from 2.15 to 2.45 for Ge_{10}S_{90} especially at the lower temperatures, were used to fully describe the time-dependence.The functional form which is similar to those in the previous report [T. Nakanishi et al., J. Non-Cryst. Solids 354 (2008) 1627] was used and it is extended to account for the effect of side-band at below 30 K for Ge_{20}S_{80} and monotonous decrease of background for Ge10S90. 310 0013-4686 30 Electrochimica Acta 304 100 Elsevier Ltd. Chalcogenide glass Time-dependent photoluminescence fatigue-recovery phenomena in germanium sulfide glasses
2433/173404 Sudo, Masaaki 2013/04/01 Reproductive success and population growth of an herbivorous mite are limited by activities of phytoseiid predators. However, occurrences on upper versus lower leaf surfaces are sometimes mismatched between these prey and predators. The mismatch potentially mitigates predation risk for the prey species. We assessed factors that affect mite distributions on leaf surfaces, testing whether the presence of the phytoseiid mite Phytoseius nipponicus alters the leaf-surface distribution and reproductive success of the herbivorous false spider mite Brevipalpus obovatus. The host plant was Viburnum erosum var. punctatum (Adoxaceae). Leaves were set in natural (TRUE) and reversed (upside down; INVERTED) orientations using experimental devices. Both surfaces were accessible to mites. We detected lower and abaxial leaf-surface preferences in P. nipponicus. In contrast, upper and adaxial surfaces were preferred by B. obovatus. Thus, prey and predatory mites accumulated on different sides of leaves. Presence of the predator also indirectly decreased egg production in B. obovatus. Brevipalpus obovatus females actively avoided leaf surfaces with elevated predator numbers; these females shifted their distributions and changed oviposition sites to leaf surfaces with fewer predators. In consequence, B. obovatus eggs on the upper sides of leaves were less frequently preyed upon than were those on lower sides. We suggest that upper leaf-surface exploitation in this particular herbivorous mite species mitigates predation risk from phytoseiid mites, which prefer lower leaf surfaces. 420 0168-8162 4 Experimental & applied acarology 409 59 Springer Netherlands Top-down regulation Geotaxis and leaf-surface preferences mitigate negative effects of a predatory mite on an herbivorous mite.
2433/147222 Fujita, K. 2011/10/01 The structural member stiffness and strength of buildings are uncertain due to various factors resulting from randomness, material deterioration, temperature dependence, etc. The concept of sustainable building design under such uncertain structural-parameter environment may be one of the most challenging issues to be tackled recently. By predicting the response variability accurately, the elongation of service life of buildings may be possible. In this paper, it is shown that interval analysis in terms of uncertain structural parameters is an effective tool for evaluating the sustainability of buildings in earthquake-prone countries. All the combinations of uncertain structural parameters become huge numbers and this difficulty can be overcome by introducing the sensitivity or Taylor series expansion analysis. In order to demonstrate the usefulness and reliability of the proposed method, a shear building model is used including passive viscous dampers with supporting members. It is demonstrated that the proposed method is actually useful for the development of the concept of sustainable building design under such uncertain structural-parameter environment. 151 2210-6707 3 Sustainable Cities and Society 142 1 Elsevier B.V. Sustainable buildings Sustainable building design under uncertain structural-parameter environment in seismic-prone countries
2433/159435 Chono, Shunsuke 2012/06/01 An optimization model for cropping-plan placement on field plots is presented for supporting decision-making on agricultural management by a farming organization. The mixed 0–1 programming technique is employed to select the next planting crop at each field plot in a holistic manner. Reduction of total nitrogen discharged from field plots to the downstream end of the drainage canals is expressed as an objective function of the model to balance an achievement of economic goal and environmental conservation. Some Japanese governmental policies on regulating rice cropping areas and on promoting production of particular upland field crops can be formulated in the model. A computational example of cropping-plan placement on field plots managed under integrated policies is given by operating the optimization model with various weights associated with the objectives. The procured trade-off curve and corresponding patterns of cropping-plan could be useful in the decision-making by the farming organization. 120 1611-2490 2 Paddy and Water Environment 113 10 Springer-Verlag Pollutant load Optimization model for cropping-plan placement in paddy fields considering agricultural profit and nitrogen load management in Japan
2433/154895 Yamasaki, Michimasa 2012/04/01 The ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus is a vector for the fungus that causes Japanese oak wilt, and susceptibility to infestation by P. quercivorus varies by tree species. We postulated that P. quercivorus discriminates among host tree species differing in susceptibility to attack. To test this postulate, we counted the number of flying male beetles (NFM), the number of holes bored by male beetles (NH), and the number of flying female beetles (NFF) per unit area of bark surface in three fagaceous tree species: Quercus crispula (with high susceptibility to infestation) and Q. serrata and Castanea crenata (both with low susceptibility). NFM and NH were used to calculate the proportion of male beetles that bored holes out of those that flew to the tree (PBM). We used generalized additive models to predict NFM, NFF, and PBM. The locations of trees, expressed as x and y coordinates, numbers of weeks after the first male beetle’s flying (WEEK), diameters of trees 130 cm above ground (DBH), and tree species (SP) were incorporated into the models as candidate explanatory variables. The best-fit models for NFM and NFF included WEEK and DBH and the effect of location; SP was not included in the models. For PBM, the best-fit model included WEEK, DBH, and SP. The results indicate that male P. quercivorus prefer Q. crispula to Q. serrata and C. crenata and that selection is made before boring holes on trees, but that P. quercivorus do not discriminate among host species when they fly to trees. 155 1341-6979 2 Journal of Forest Research 149 17 Japanese Forest Society and Springer Castanea crenata Discrimination among host tree species by the ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus
2433/126830 KUSUMI, TAKASHI 2010/09/01 We investigated the triggers and functions of nostalgia in consumers' processing of television advertisements in relation to aging. Study 1 explored the contents and triggers of nostalgic experiences by requesting 451 undergraduates to write four different nostalgic descriptions (of scenes, songs, events, and commercials). An analysis of the descriptions using text mining revealed that nostalgic reactions occur in response to events that had been frequently repeated in the past and were separated from the present by a long time interval. Study 2 explored the functions of nostalgia among 737 consumers (15–65 years old) using a survey. Structural equation modeling revealed five steps in the processing of nostalgic advertisements. Aging facilitates a predisposition toward nostalgia. Highly nostalgic consumers are more sensitive to nostalgic triggers. Nostalgic triggers facilitate the retrieval of past events and memorization of advertisements that evoke familiarity and positive attitudes, which, in turn, facilitates the intention to purchase. Nostalgic predispositions and sensitivity to nostalgic triggers increase with age. This tendency was higher among men than among women. We proposed a model of nostalgia based on frequent repetition in the past and a long time-lag between the nostalgia-inducing event and the present. なつかしさは何によって引き起こされるのかを明らかにしました. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2010-09-24. http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/news_data/h/h1/news6/2010/100924_1.htm 162 0021-5368 3 Japanese Psychological Research 150 52 Japanese Psychological Association and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. advertising The effects of aging on nostalgia in consumers' advertisement processing
2433/171493 Hatanaka, Yuji 2013/02/01 A polymacromonomer consisting of polybutadiene backbone and polystyrene side chains (BS-PM) with the degree of polymerization of side chain n = 20 was synthesized by anionic polymerization. Five samples with different molecular weight or main-chain length were prepared. Light scattering and viscosity measurements were taken on dilute solutions of these BS-PM samples in toluene at 15.0 °C and in cyclohexane at 34.5 °C and 29.0 °C. The second virial coefficients of BS-PM in cyclohexane vanished at 29.0 °C, which is lower than the theta temperature, 34.5 °C, of linear polystyrene and polymacromonomer consisting of polystyrene (PS-PM) in the same solvent. This shows that the interaction between side and main chains is appreciable in cyclohexane at 34.5 °C. The mean-square radius of gyration and the intrinsic viscosity in toluene and cyclohexane determined as functions of molecular weight were analyzed with the aid of the theories for the wormlike chain model to determine the stiffness parameter λ[−1] of the main chain. The values of λ[−1] for BS-PM in both solvents were smaller than those for PS-PM with the same n, reflecting the wider side-chain spacing. These results are consistent with the prediction of the first-order perturbation theory of Nakamura and Norisuye [Polym J 2002;33:874], which gives the contribution of the segmental interactions among side chains λb[−1] to λ[−1]. However, the difference of λ[−1] between BS-PM and PS-PM in each solvent is appreciably larger than the difference of the calculated λb[−1] between BS-PM and PS-PM, suggesting that the difference of the contribution of steric hindrance among side chains to λ[−1] between these two polymers is appreciable. 1542 0032-3861 5 Polymer 1538 54 Elsevier Ltd. Polymacromonomer Dilute solution properties of polymacromonomer consisting of polybutadiene backbone and polystyrene side chains
2433/196657 Ida, Daichi 2014/04/09 Our recent theoretical and/or Monte Carlo (MC) studies of dilute solution properties of semiflexible stars and rings are briefly summarized. The theoretical results for the intrinsic viscosity [η] of the Kratky–Porod (KP) wormlike three- and four-arm stars are shown, and effects of chain stiffness on [η] of the stars are examined. A comparison of the results for [η] with those for the effective hydrodynamic radius and the second virial coefficient A2 in a good solvent was made for the semiflexible three-arm stars. It was found that [η] is the most suitable object of study to examine the effects of chain stiffness on average chain dimensions of the stars. As for the rings, the MC results for A2 of the ideal KP rings, which is related to the intermolecular topological interactions, are presented and then compared with the data in the literature for ring atactic polystyrene (a-PS) at Θ for large molecular weight M (1 × 10[4]−6 × 10[5]). Even for ring a-PS in such a range of M, the effects of chain stiffness were still remarkable. The effects of the intramolecular topological constraints on the mean-square radius of gyration and the scattering function of the KP rings are also discussed. 404 0032-3896 7 Polymer Journal 399 46 Nature Publishing Group dilute solution properties Dilute solution properties of semiflexible star and ring polymers
2433/201373 Taniguchi, M. 2015/10/01 The bound of earthquake input energy to building structures is clarified by considering shallow and deep ground uncertainties and soil–structure interaction. The ground motion amplification in the shallow and deep ground is described by a one-dimensional wave propagation theory. The constant input energy property to a swaying–rocking model with respect to the free-field ground surface input regardless of the soil property is used effectively to derive a bound. An extension of the previous theory for the engineering bedrock surface motion to a general earthquake ground motion model at the earthquake bedrock is made by taking full advantage of the above-mentioned input energy constant property. It is shown through numerical examples that a tight bound of earthquake input energy can be derived for the shallow and deep ground uncertainties. 273 0267-7261 Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 267 77 Elsevier Ltd. Earthquake input energy Bound of earthquake input energy to building structure considering shallow and deep ground uncertainties
2433/216925 Kasagi, M. 2016/02/03 A base-isolated building may sometimes exhibit an undesirable large response to a long-duration, long-period earthquake ground motion and a connected building system without base-isolation may show a large response to a near-fault (rather high-frequency) earthquake ground motion. To overcome both deficiencies, a new hybrid control system of base-isolation and building-connection is proposed and investigated. In this new hybrid building system, a base-isolated building is connected to a stiffer free wall with oil dampers. It has been demonstrated in a preliminary research that the proposed hybrid system is effective both for near-fault (rather high-frequency) and long-duration, long-period earthquake ground motions and has sufficient redundancy and robustness for a broad range of earthquake ground motions.An automatic generation algorithm of this kind of smart structures of base-isolation and building-connection hybrid systems is presented in this paper. It is shown that, while the proposed algorithm does not work well in a building without the connecting-damper system, it works well in the proposed smart hybrid system with the connecting damper system. 2405-8440 2 Heliyon 2 Elsevier Ltd Building Automatic generation of smart earthquake-resistant building system: Hybrid system of base-isolation and building-connection
2433/193255 Yamanaka, Shogo 2015/02/15 We expand the item response theory to study the case of “cheating students” for a set of exams, trying to detect them by applying a greedy algorithm of inference. This extended model is closely related to the Boltzmann machine learning. In this paper we aim to infer the correct biases and interactions of our model by considering a relatively small number of sets of training data. Nevertheless, the greedy algorithm that we employed in the present study exhibits good performance with a few number of training data. The key point is the sparseness of the interactions in our problem in the context of the Boltzmann machine learning: the existence of cheating students is expected to be very rare (possibly even in real world). We compare a standard approach to infer the sparse interactions in the Boltzmann machine learning to our greedy algorithm and we find the latter to be superior in several aspects. 機械学習によるカンニングの検出技術の開発. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2015-01-23. 0031-9015 2 Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 84 Physical Society of Japan Detection of Cheating by Decimation Algorithm
2433/179536 Mase, Hajime 2013/10/01 Settlement of wave-dissipating blocks in front of caisson is caused by displacement and breakage of blocks directly by wave action and also by sliding of the caisson by wave force. The settlement of blocks, caisson sliding and wave pressure are mutually correlated. The present study has developed a stability analysis method for a composite breakwater with wave-dissipating blocks under the circumstances of climate change effect as seen in sea level rise and increase in storm surges and waves. It is found that the changes of expected caisson sliding distance and necessary caisson width, determined from the allowable excess probabilities for three prescribed sliding distances, against the weight of wave-dissipating block have a tendency to be maximum at certain block weight when repairing of damaged blocks is not done; on the other hand, if repairing is done every time after reaching 5% damage level of the total section, the changes of caisson sliding distance and necessary caisson width against the block weight show monotonous decrease. The effects of climate change on the sliding distance and necessary width are found to make those values larger by 10–60% than those calculated by constant external forces given from the present climate conditions. 65 0029-8018 Ocean Engineering 58 71 Elsevier Ltd. Composite breakwater Stability analysis of composite breakwater with wave-dissipating blocks considering increase in sea levels, surges and waves due to climate change
2433/197185 KAGATA, HIDEKI 2011/11/18 1. The relationship between leaf palatability and litter decomposability is critical to understanding the effects of selective feeding by herbivores on decomposition processes, and several studies have reported that there is a positive relationship between them. 2. However, palatability is not always positively correlated with decomposability, because of species-specific feeding adaptation of herbivores to host plants. Moreover, the effects of selective feeding by herbivores on soil decomposition processes should be understood in terms of the inputs of leaf litter and excrement. 3. The present study examined the relationships between leaf palatability and the decomposability of litter and frass, using Lymantria disparLinnaeus and 15 temperate deciduous tree species. 4. Larvae of L. dispar exhibited a clear feeding preference, and subsequently the excreted frass mass differed among tree species. Litter and frass decomposability also differed among tree species, and frass was more rapidly decomposed than litter. There were no positive or negative correlations between palatability and decomposability of litter and frass. 5. These results indicate that L. dispar larvae may accelerate the decomposition process in temperate deciduous forests through selective feeding on plants with relatively low litter decomposability and the production of frass with higher decomposability than the litter. 775 0307-6946 6 Ecological Entomology 768 36 wiley Decomposition Ecosystem consequences of selective feeding of an insect herbivore: palatability-decomposability relationship revisited
2433/80168 Hojo, Masaki 2009/09/01 A detailed investigation has been carried out to determine the effect of local fiber array irregularities and controlling fiber distribution parameters on microscopic interfacial normal stress states for transversely-loaded unidirectional carbon fiber (CF)/epoxy composites. Linear elastic finite element analyses were carried out for two-dimensional image-based models composed of about 70 fibers. The relationship between the geometrical distribution of two adjacent fibers and the interfacial normal stresses (INSs) is investigated for all fibers in different image-based models. Three boundary conditions for loading were selected: Case A involved cooling from the curing temperature (the difference in temperature was -155 K); Case B involved transverse loading of 75 MPa chosen as an example of macroscopic transverse fracture strength; and Case C involved both cooling from the curing temperature and transverse loading of 75 MPa. High compressive INSs due to the difference in the coefficients of thermal expansion are observed at the location of the shortest interfiber distance for Case A (cooling). High tensile INSs are observed at the location of the shortest interfiber distance and where the fiber alignment angle to the loading direction is small for Case B (loading). For Case C (cooling and loading), the high thermal residual compressive INSs and the high mechanical tensile INSs compensate each other, and the INSs at a short interfiber distance are much lower than those for Case B. These results clearly indicate the importance of the contribution of the thermal residual stresses to the transverse tensile failure initiation of CF/epoxy laminates. 1734 0266-3538 11-12 Composites Science and Technology 1726 http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-67649126253&partnerID=40 69 Elsevier B. Debonding Effect of fiber array irregularities on microscopic interfacial normal stress states of transversely loaded UD-CFRP from viewpoint of failure initiation
2433/56207 Nijathaworn, Bandid 1985/09/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 203 0563-8682 2 東南アジア研究 193 23 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Macro-implications of Income Redistribution in Thailand
2433/55878 西村, 博行 1977/12/01 This study is related to my past work which has been reported in South East Asian Studies, Vol. 14,No. 3,December, 1976. In this article individual farm management data is used and a short-term managerial relationship between efficiency factors and capacity factors is assumed. By defining the production relationship in terms of four inputs, land, labor, capital, and dummy variables concerning the use of fertilizer or machinery, the coefficients for these factors in the models were estimated. The data employed were obtained in surveys conducted in Phong-dinh Province in the Mekong Delta and Ayutthaya in the Chao Phraya basin in 1973,and from official statistics of rice production costs in Shiga Prefecture for the same period. The main features of the cost structure and profitability of rice production for high-yielding varieties and local varieties are indicated in Table 2. Gross value and net revenue per hectare were divided into labor efficiency and labor-forces per hectare, the results of which are shown in Figures 4 and 5. Regression equations were fitted to the farm management data, and the coefficients derived for land differed significantly from zero in the models (Tables 3-5). The coefficients for capital in the regression equations for production costs were also significant. The major findings from these models are that output and production costs are each highly correlated to the size of operated land and that there exist significant differences in the elasticities estimated for the three regions. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 306 0563-8682 3 東南アジア研究 295 15 京都大学東南アジア研究センター A Comparative Analysis of Factors Affecting Profitability in Farming: Review of Performance and Estimate of Elasticities in Production from Farm Management Data in the Mekong Delta, the Chao Phraya Basin, and Shiga Prefecture (Commemorative Volume for Professor Takesi Mootooka's Retirement) 稲作経営における収益性要因の比較分析 : メコン・デルタ, チャオプラヤ河流域とわが国(滋賀県)の農業経営調査結果より(<記念号>本岡武教授退官記念号)
2433/56002 Phien, Huynh Ngoc 1980/06/01 The distribution in space and in time of monthly rainfall in Northeast Thailand is investigated in this paper, using daily data at 56 stations, each having at least 20 years of continuous record. It was found that monthly rainfall sequences at all stations in this region have six significant harmonics corresponding to six periods : 12,6,4,3,2.4 and 2 months. At a station, the rainfall sequence in a month can be considered to be independent and can be fitted by the leakage law. Moreover, during the months of April through September, monthly rainfall in the region has a general pattern of increasing values towards the eastern and northeastern sections, while during the months of October to January, it has a general pattern of decreasing values towards these sections. Finally, an assessment of water availability for irrigation is made using the distribution of monthly rainfall and the potential evapotranspiration. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 123 0563-8682 1 東南アジア研究 110 18 京都大学東南アジア研究センター Distribution of Monthly Rainfall in Northeast Thailand
2433/217402 Amano, Koji 2016/12/01 Background: A number of advanced cancer patients are suffering from physical and psychosocial burdens because of cancer cachexia, and these burdens also greatly impact on their family members and relationships between patients and family members. It is necessary to consider the psychosocial impact of cancer cachexia on family members of advanced cancer patients. Methods: A cross-sectional anonymous nationwide survey was conducted involving 925 bereaved family members of cancer patients who had been admitted to 133 inpatient hospices throughout Japan. Results: A total of 702 bereaved family members returned the questionnaires (response rate, 75.9%). Concerning eating-related distress, 'I served what the patient wanted without consideration of calories and nutritional composition' was highest (75.1%), and 'I tried making many kinds of meals for the patient' and 'I was concerned about planning meals for the patient every day' followed (63.0% and 59.4%, respectively). The top 5 of the 19 items were categorized as 'fighting back'. Need for nutritional support was high (72.2%), and need for explanations about the reasons for anorexia and weight loss of patients was moderate (41.4%). Explanatory factor analysis of eating-related distress identified the following four domains: (factor 1) feeling that family members forced the patient to eat to avoid death, (factor 2) feeling that family members made great efforts to help the patient eat, (factor 3) feeling that eating was a cause of conflicts between the patient and family members, and (factor 4) feeling that correct information was insufficient. Results of multiple logistic regression analysis showed that spouse, fair/poor mental status, factors 1, and 4 were identified as independent determinants of major depression (odds ratio [OR] 3.27 [95% confidence interval (CI) 1.24-8.60], P=0.02; OR 4.50 [95% CI 2.46-8.25], P<0.001; OR 2.51 [95% CI 1.16-5.45], P=0.02; OR 2.33 [95% CI 1.13-4.80], P=0.02, respectively). Conclusions: A number of family members of advanced cancer patients experienced high levels of eating-related distress and had a need for nutritional support. 534 2190-6009 5 Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle 527 7 Wiley Blackwell Advanced cancer patients Eating-related distress and need for nutritional support of families of advanced cancer patients: A nationwide survey of bereaved family members
2433/215940 Nodera, Hiroyuki 2016/05/23 Kyoto University inclusion body myositis 下腿三頭筋での筋エコー輝度の解離は孤発性封入体筋炎に特徴的である Intramuscular dissociation of echogenicity in the triceps surae characterizes sporadic inclusion body myositis
2433/215218 Yamada, Go 2016/03/23 Kyoto University Input–output analysis 産業連関分析を用いた医療の経済波及効果の推計 Input-output analysis on the economic impact of medical care in Japan
2433/61928 CHEBOTAREV, ALEXANDER M. 1998/04/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 1035 京都大学数理解析研究所 Master equation A PRIORI ESTIMATES AND EXISTENCE THEOREMS FOR THE LINDBLAD EQUATION WITH UNBOUNDED TIME-DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS(Recent Trends in Infinite Dimensional Non-Commutative Analysis)
2433/76446 Kita, Yasuo 1972/11/17 343 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 337 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Reaction of Nitrosobenzene with Benzylamine in Non-Aqueous Media (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sango Kunichika On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76452 Hiragi, Yuzuru 1973/02/28 590 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 584 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecules and Structure of Regular Molecular Assembies. I: Ring Forming Ellipse
2433/84913 Saito, Hiroshi 1975/01/01 Add Corrections. Lectures in Mathematics 8 Kinokuniya Fields, Algebraic Automorphic forms and algebraic extensions of number fields
2433/46817 Shimizu, Kiyoshi 1962/02/28 72 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 67 31 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effect of hydrostatic pressure on ionic conductivity of sodium chloride
2433/76692 1977/03/25 447 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 444 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Enzymes (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary)
2433/53397 OHGAMA, Toshimasa 1974/02/28 The effects of the environmental condition on the relaxation modulus of wood as a porous anisotropic material was discussed with the help of the numerical value of n, which is an index of anisotropy decided by both the geometrical feature of the deformable unit of wood at macroscopic level and its volume fraction. It was found that the numerical value of n was independent on time, temperature and moisture. Therefore, it may be considered that the relaxation process of wood is due to that of wood substance. Furthermore, strain dependence of n is descussed. It was found that n is almost independent on the strain in the tangential direction. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 32 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 28 56 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Porous Structure of Wood and its Relaxation Modulus, II
2433/52779 SUGIHARA, Hikoichi 1954/11/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 205 0049-7916 木材研究 : 京都大學木材研究所報告 199 13 京都大學木材研究所 A Study on the Power Requirements for No Load Running of Bandsaw Machine : Comparison of Spoke Type with Steel Plate Type
2433/76675 Tanaka, Seiji 1976/10/20 233 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 229 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Conformational Properties of Poly (γ-methyl-L-glutamate) in Dilute Solution
2433/76849 Kokubo, Tadashi 1980/01/31 375 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 355 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Preparation of Li₂O･2SiO₂ Ceramics with Oriented Microstructures by Unidirectional Solidification of Their Melts
2433/76369 Kunichika, Sango 1971/09/30 113 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 109 49 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Diels-Alder Reaction of Allene and Isoprene
2433/66179 Kobayashi, Makoto 1973/02/01 In a framework of the renormalizable theory of weak interaction, problems of CP-violation are studied. It is concluded that no realistic models of CP-violation exist in the quartet scheme without introducing any other new fields. Some possible models of CP-violation are also discussed. 657 0033-068X 2 Progress of Theoretical Physics 652 http://ptp.ipap.jp/link?PTP/49/652/ 49 The Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics and the Physical Society of Japan CP-Violation in the Renormalizable Theory of Weak Interaction
2433/47089 Hamann, Sefton D. 1980/01/01 168 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 147 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The role of electrostriction in high pressure chemistry (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/47080 Kashiwagi, Hiroshi 1980/02/20 84 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 70 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Dielectric constant and density of cyclohexane-benzene mixtures under high pressure
2433/53041 MASUDA, Minoru 1969/07/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 38 0049-7916 木材研究 : 京都大學木材研究所報告 12 47 京都大學木材研究所 直交異方性板の数値解析(I) Numerical Analysis of Orthotropic Plates (I)
2433/46704 Hiraoka, Hiroyuki 1954/09/10 18 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 13 24 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The solubilities of compressed acetylene gas in liquids, I : the solubility of compressed acetylene gas in water