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Asia University
Faculty of International Relations Department of International Relations
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Apr 1993
Mar 1995
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Keio University
Apr 1995
Mar 1998
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Keio University

Published Papers

Journal of Japan Society of Library and Information Science   60(1) 18-34   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
An Analysis Based on Holdings of Library Service System in Kyushu Area
(101) 27-35   Sep 2012
Ohba, Hiroyuki; Agata, Teru; Ikeuchi, Atsushi; Otani, Yasuharu
Journal of Japan Society of Library and Information Science   58(3) 139-154   Sep 2012   [Refereed]
Journal of Japan Society of Library and Information Science   58(2) 97-109   Jun 2012   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

Teru Agata (Asia University) , Yosuke Miyata (Teikyo University), Atsushi Ikeuchi (University of Tsukuba)
iPRES 2019   18 Sep 2019   
In the open access environment, many textual resources have become available in the PDF format on the Web. This research aimstosurvey PDFfiles in Japanese institutional repositories (IRs) to address the problems encounteredduring their lon...
Yasuharu Otani (Japan Women’s University), Teru Agata (Asia University), Akiko Hashizume (Keio University), Masaki Eto (Gakushuin Women’s College), Mari Agata (Keio University), Noriko Sugie (Toyo University)
2019 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL)   3 Jun 2019   
Teru Agata (Asia University), Shuichi Ueda (Professor Emeritus Keio University)
2019 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL)   3 Jun 2019   
Image recognition and statistical analysis of the Gutenberg's 42-line Bible types
Mari, AGATA; Teru, AGATA
Japanese Association for Digital Humanities Conference 2016(JADH 2016)   13 Sep 2016   The Japanese Association for Digital Humanities
Analysis of the types of the Gutenberg Bible with an improved method of image recognition reinforced by machine learning.
A New Approach to Image Recognition and Clustering of the Gutenberg's B42 Types
Mari AGATA(Keio University); Teru Agata(Asia University)
Memory, the (Re-)Creation of Past and Digital Humanities   15 Mar 2016   「西洋初期印刷本の書誌学的研究成果を統合する画像付きデータベースの構築」プロジェクト
New method of classification of libraries based on the similarity of the collections
Teru, Agata; Atsushi, Ikeuchi; Hiroyuki, Ohba; Yasuharu, Otani
QQML2012: 4th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries   24 May 2012   
The purpose of this study is to propose a new method to classify libraries based on the similarity of the collections and verify the effectiveness of the method.
Detecting academic papers on the web.
Emi Ishita, Teru Agata, Atsushi Ikeuchi, Yosuke Miyata, Shuichi Ueda
the 2011 Joint International Conference on Digital Libraries   15 Jul 2011   
The Deep Web in Institutional Repositories in Japan
ASIST 2010, October 22-27,2010, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.(Poster)   25 Oct 2010   
We calculate the extent of the deep web based on the content of searchable IRs in Japan, but using a more appropriate interval and exhaustive search with three major search engines (Google, Yahoo!, and Bing). The deep web is roughly 30% of major ...
Applications of Text Clustering to the Voynich MS
Teru, Agata; Mari, Agata
Tenth Biennial Conference of the Early Book Society (Codices and Community: Networks of Reading and Production, 1350-1550)   9 Jul 2007   Early Book Society
This study proposes a method to detect the existence, or non-existence, of a coherent structure within a previously non-translated text in order to determine the possibility of deciphering it.
Lessons from BMIR-J2: A Test Collection for Japanese IR Systems
21st Annual International ACMSIGIR Conference on Researchand Development in Information Retrieval, Melbourne, Australia, August, 1998   1 Aug 1998   
BMIR-J2 is the first complete Japanese test collectionavailable for use in evaluating information retrievalsyatems. It contains sixty queries and the IDs of 5080newspaper articles in the fields of economics andengineering.