UA * Housing and Urban Analysis Laboratory

Discussion Paper

Sadahiro, Y. (2012). A method of comparing numerical variables distributed on a discrete space. Discussion Paper, 110, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2012). Quantized spatial analysis: A new framework for analyzing the relations among the distributions of spatial objects. Discussion Paper, 109, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y., & Kobayashi, T. (2012). Exploratory analysis of spatially distributed time series data: Detection of similarities, clustering and visualization of mutual relations. Discussion Paper, 108, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2012). Object-oriented spatial analysis: Set-based exploratory analysis of the relations among the distributions of spatial objects. Discussion Paper, 107, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y., & Oguchi, T. (2011). Modeling a spatial tessellation by a set of other spatial tessellations. Discussion Paper, 106, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y., Lay, R., & Kobayashi, T. (2011). Analysis of trajectories of moving objects on a network. Discussion Paper, 105, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2010). A Decision Support Method for School Relocation Planning. Discussion Paper, 104, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2010). Decision support of spatiotemporal facility location: location planning of public facilities in population decrease. Discussion Paper, 103, 103r1, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2010). Spatial relations among polygons: an exploratory analysis. Discussion Paper, 102, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y., & Sadahiro, S. (2009). A Decision Support Method for Facility Location Planning in Population Decrease. Discussion Paper, 100, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y., Sadahiro, S., Sato, M., & Tada, A. (2009). A Decision Support Method for Facility Relocation Planning in Population Decrease. Discussion Paper, 99, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2009). Analysis of the relation among point distributions on a discrete space. Discussion Paper, 98, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2008). Regulation of Big-Box Retailers : A Review of Academic Studies. Discussion Paper, 97, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y., & Sasaya, T. (2008). Analysis of the relationship among spatial tessellations. Discussion Paper, 96, 96r1, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2003). Accuracy of buffer operation on spatial data with locational information error. Discussion Paper, 94, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y., & Masui, M. (2002). Analysis of Similarity among Surfaces Defined in the Identical Region. Discussion Paper, 93, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2001). Construction of spatial database from old maps and documents. Discussion Paper, 90, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2001). Modeling spatial structure of administrative system in Ponneri, India, in the late eighteenth century. Discussion Paper, 89, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (2001). Exploratory modeling of a spatial tessellation by a set of other spatial tessellations. Discussion Paper, 88, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Gao, X., & Asami, Y. (2001). Cost benefit analyses of improvement projects for marginal lot size and configurations. Discussion Paper, 87, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Gao, X., & Asami, Y. (2001). A study on the externality effects of lot size and land division in urban detached residential areas. Discussion Paper, 86, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Gao, X., & Asami, Y. (2000). The external effects of local attributes on living environmental blocks. Discussion Paper, 85, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y., & Ohtaki, T. (1999). Prediction of shape of detached houses on residential lots. Discussion Paper, 84, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1999). Polygons generated by map overlay operation: The case of convex polygons. Discussion Paper, 83, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Sagara, S., Okunuki, K., Kamachi, T., & Shiode, N. (1999). Virtual ryoanji project: Implementing a computer-assisted collaborative working environment of a virtual temple garden. Discussion Paper, 82, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1999). Accuracy of areal interpolation: A comparison of alternative methods. Discussion Paper, 80, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1998). A PDF-based analysis of the retail structure in a metropolis. Discussion Paper, 75, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Funamoto, S, & Okabe, A. (1998). Reference manual of VCM (variable clumping method) for an exploratory point pattern analysis. Discussion Paper, 74, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1997). Cognition of spatial variance in the distribution of point objects. Discussion Paper, 72, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Okunuki, K. (1997). A computational method for estimating the demand of retail stores on a street network using GIS. Discussion Paper, 71, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1997). Statistical methods for analyzing the spatial relationship between a surface and the distribution of spatial objects. Discussion Paper, 70, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Ishikawa, T., & Okabe, A. (1997). An experimental analysis of the perception of the area of an open space using a 3-D stereo GIS. Discussion Paper, 69, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1996). Spatial clusters perceived in the distribution of point objects. Discussion Paper, 68, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1996). Analyzing prefernce set in store choice : An empirical study. Discussion Paper, 64, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1996). On the shape of houses and rooms. Discussion Paper, 63, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Okunuki, K., & Suzuki, T. (1995). A computational method for optimizing the hierarchy and spatial configuration of successively inclusive facilities on a plane. Discussion Paper, 61, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Tagashira, N. (1994). Spatial aggregation bias in a regression model containing a distance variable. Discussion Paper, 60, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Miler, H. J. (1994). Distances between spatial objects and their applications. Discussion Paper, 58, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1994). On the evaluation of residential lots in land-readjustment projects. Discussion Paper, 57, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Sadahiro, Y. (1994). A statistical method for analyzing the shape of retail clusters with respect to their size. Discussion Paper, 56, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Sadahiro, Y. (1994). Statistical analysis of the variation in lattice (raster) data transformed from data in irregular spatial units. Discussion Paper, 55, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Sadahiro, Y. (1994). An illusion of spatial hierarchy : Spatial hierarchy in a random configuration. Discussion Paper, 54, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1994). On the evaluation of residential lots : With a focus on their shape. Discussion Paper, 53R, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1993). On the evaluation of residential lots : With a focus on their shape. Discussion Paper, 53, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Sadahiro, Y. (1992). A statistial method for analyzing the spatial relationship between the distribution of activity points and the distribution of activity continuously distributed over a region. Discussion Paper, 52, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Boots, B., & Sugihara, K. (1992). Nearest neighohood operations with generalized voronoi diagrams : A review. Discussion Paper, 51, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Sadahiro, Y. (1992). A statistical method for estimating market areas from a population distirbution. Discussion Paper, 49, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Aoyagi, M., & Okabe, A. (1991). Spatial competition of firms in a bounded two-dimensional market. Discussion Paper, 47, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1990). A note on the derivation of the first and second derivatives of objective functions in geographical optimization problems. Discussion Paper, 43, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1989). Working landowners. Discussion Paper, 41, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Suzuki, T., Asami, Y., & Okabe, A. (1988). Sequential allocation of public facilities. Discussion Paper, 39, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Aoyagi, M., & Asami, Y. (1988). Strategic behavior in contents : Revised. Discussion Paper, 37, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y., & Teraki, A. (1988). On the sequential negotiation procedures: Optimal negotiation orders and land prices. Discussion Paper, 36, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Yoshikawa, T. (1988). The multi nearest neighbor distance method for analyzing the compound effect of infrastructural elements on the distribution of activity points. Discussion Paper, 35, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y., Kamachi, T., Machida, N., Nishie, F., Okabe, A., Sasaki, M., Tanaka, T., Teraki, A., & Yamada, T. (1988). A preliminary analysis on the route memorizing mechanism. Discussion Paper, 34, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1987). An axiomatic approach to a measure of land use mixture. Discussion Paper, 33, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1987). Land rent negotiation with asymmetric information. Discussion Paper, 31, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1987). A determination of land rents in commercial and residential areas through bidding procedures. Discussion Paper, 30, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Aoyagi, M. (1987). Existence of equilibrium configurations of competitive firms on an infinite two-dimensional space. Discussion Paper, 29, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Asami, Y. (1987). A price-location duopoly of land developers leads to an optimal equilibrium. Discussion Paper, 28, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Suzuki, A. (1986). Equilibrium of spatial computation of the large number of firms on a bounded two-dimensional space inelastic demand and a constant mill praice. Discussion Paper, 27, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Fujii, A., Oikawa, K., & Yoshikawa, T. (1986). The statistical analysis through a computational method of a distribution of point-like activity in relation to face-like distribution of point-like activity in relation to face-like elements. Discussion Paper, 26, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Yomono, H. (1986). Indices for evaluating geometrical hierarchy of a road network based upon stochastic models of random order network. Discussion Paper, 25, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A. (1986). Higher moments of the distance from nonrandom sample points to the nearest points that are randomly distributed over a bounded irregular region. Discussion Paper, 23, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A. (1985). A theoretical relationship between the rank-size rule and Clark's law of urban population distribution: Duality in the rank-size rule. Discussion Paper, 22, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Miyamoto, K. (1985). Effects of the surrounding environment on perception of traversed distance. Discussion Paper, 21, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Aoki, K., & Hamamoto, W. (1984). The effects of a slope and a winding trail on distance and direction judgements in lager-scale natural environment. Discussion Paper, 19, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Asami, Y. (1984). The distribution of an area covered with disks whose centers are randomly distributed. Discussion Paper, 18, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Miyamoto, K. (1984). Perception of traversed distance in an outdoor setting. Discussion Paper, 17, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Yomono, H., & Kaneko, T. (1984). Method for estimating an area covered with houses. Discussion Paper, 15, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A. (1984). Relative accuracy of systematic point sampling for estimating an area. Discussion Paper, 14, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Asami, Y., & Miki, F. (1983). Statistical analysis of the spatial association of convenience-goods stores by use of random clumping. Discussion Paper, 12, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Masuda, S. (1982). Qualitative analysis of urban population distributions in Japan. Discussion Paper, 11, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Miki, F. (1982). A conditional nearest-neighbor spatial association measure for the analysis of parastic association. Discussion Paper, 10, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., Fujii, A., & Miki, F. (1982). A computational method for the analysis of a point distribution in relation to a netowork. Discussion Paper, 9, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A. (1982). A statistical method for analyzing spatial agglomeration of point-like activity and its empirical applicaion. Discussion Paper, 7, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Kume, Y. (1982). A dynamic von thunen model with a demand function. Discussion Paper, 6, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Miki, F. (1981). Statistical method for the analysis of point distribution on a heterogeneous plane and an empirical application to retail store distribution. Discussion Paper, 5, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A., & Miki, F. (1981). A statistical method for the analysis of a point distribution in relation to networks and structual points and its empirical application. Discussion Paper, 4, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A. (1981). Qualitative method of the trend surface analysis. Discussion Paper, 3, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.

Okabe, A. (1981). Relative efficiency of spatial point sampling for estimating as ares of certain land use. Discussion Paper, 1, Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo.