INDO Kenryo

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INDO Kenryo
Kanto Gakuen University
Department of Management, Faculty of Economics
Job title
Master of Economics(University of Tsukuba)

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

- Kanto Gakuen University


Graduate School, Division of Social Engineering, University of Tsukuba
Third Cluster of College, University of Tsukuba

Awards & Honors

presentation award, Japan Cognitive Science Society

Published Papers

Modeling Logical and Probabilistic Reasoning as
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Cognitive Studies   23(2) 153-169   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
This study presents a model of human reasoning as a collection of micro-level internal
agents, and applies it especially to two problems: the four-card selection task
(selecting cards to verify a conditional sentence) and the problem of three pris...
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Research Bulettin of Kanto Gakuen University   41 32-63   Mar 2016
J. Edmonds and D. R. Fulkerson defined a blocking system as a pair of subset families, i.e., a clutter and a blocker, in which the bottleneck theorem holds true (Journal of Combinatorial Theory, 1990, 8(3), 299-306). Blocking systems have been stu...
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409-418   Sep 2015   [Refereed]
This study presents an application of game theory to the cognitive modeling of human reasoning especially for the four card selection task and for the problem of three prisoners.
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The Research Bulletin of Economics, Kanto Gakuen University   40 25-103   Mar 2015
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Proceedings of the 31th Annual Meeting of Japanese Cognitive Science Society   864-872   Sep 2014   [Refereed]
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The Research Bulletin of Economics, Kanto Gakuen University   39 53-80   Mar 2014
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the 6th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence (ICAART 2014) Mar 2014, ESEO Angers, France   243-248   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
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The Research Bulletin of Economics, Kanto Gakuen University   38 9-23   Mar 2013
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Progress in Economics Research   18 163-187   2011   [Invited]
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Journal Behavioral Economics and Finance   6 70-73   2013   [Refereed]
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The Proceedings of The 11th The International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM 2012), TU Berlin, Germany.   232-233   Apr 2012   [Refereed]
A Multi-Agent simulation of Preference Formation by Local Majority Vote
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Research Bulletin of Economics, Kanto Gakuen University   37 259-275   Mar 2012
Modeling cognitive processes in decision making
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The Research Bulletin of Economics, Kanto Gakuen University   36 1-29   2011
Social Orderings for Restricted Profiles: The Minimal Permeative Dictatorial Sets and Cross-Adjacent Elimination
The Research Bulletin of Economics, Kanto Gakuen University   35 1-12   2010
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Proceedings of AESCS'07: The Fifth International Workshop on Agent-based Approaches in Economic and Social Complex Systems, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan   130-140   Jul 2007   [Refereed]
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Computational Economics   30(1) 57-63   2007   [Refereed]
Preference aggregation based cognitive modeling
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Proceedings of Japan Cognitive Science Society Annual Meeting   278-283   2007
Preference aggregation-based cognitive modeling: an explanation for context dependent choices
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Proceedings of the JASMIN spring meeting   402-405   2007
A Cognitive Modeling Based On the Preference Aggregation Theory
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Proceedings of the JASMIN autumn meeting   136-139   2006
Generating Preference Aggregation Rules by PROLOG (Japanese)
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The Research Bulletin of Economics Kanto Gakuen University   33(2) 1-14   2006


Origin of information management: Introduction to the first special issue of MISTR (Japanese)
The Research Bulletin of Economics Kanto Gakuen University   Vol.32, No.2, pp.135-138    2005

Books etc

Parallel Possibility Results of Preference Aggregation and Strategy-proofness by using Prolog In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence
INDO Kenryo (Part:Contributor)
SCITEPRESS Digital Library   Mar 2014   ISBN:978-989-758-016-1
Classical social choice theory provides axiomatic modeling for collective decision making in multi-agent situations as functions of a set of profiles (i.e., tuples of transitive orderings). The celebrated Arrow’s impossibility theorem (for unanimi...
Modeling risky decision making by cellular automata, In N. Rußwinkel, U. Drewitz & H. van Rijn (eds.), Proceedings of the 11th The International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, Berlin: Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin.
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Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin   Apr 2012   ISBN:978-3-7983-2408-4
Generating Social Welfare Functions over Restricted Domains for Two Individuals and Three Alternatives Using Prolog. In A. Tavidze (ed.), Progress in Economics Research, Volume 18, Chapter 8, pp. 163-187
Kenryo Indo (Part:Contributor)
Nova Science Publishers   2011   ISBN:978-1-61668-547-8
Modeling a small agent society based on the social choice logic programming, In T. Terano, H. Kita, S. Takahashi, and H. Deguchi (eds.), Agent-Based Approaches in Economic and Social Complex Systems V, Agent-Based Social Systems Volume 6
Kenryo Indo (Part:Contributor, pp. 93-104)
Springer Verlag   2008   ISBN:978-4-431-87433-1

Conference Activities & Talks

Attention and Attention Flow in the Allais Paradox
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The 7th meeting of ABEF   15 Dec 2013   
Modeling preference under ambiguous probabilities by using cellular automata
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the 16th Conference of Experimental Social Science   Dec 2012   
A Consideration on transfer of probability weight
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The 6th Annual Meeting of Association of Behavioral Economics and Finance   Dec 2012   
A cellular automaton model of ambiguity aversion
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the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (COGSCI 2012), Sapporo, Japan   Aug 2012   
Alternative Explanation of the Wason Selection Task Using Preference Aggregation
CogSci 2008: the 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society   2008   

Teaching Experience



Business Information Technologies and Statistical Simulations

Research Grants & Projects

modeling decision and cognition by logic programming and spreadsheet
Ordinary Research
Project Year: 2001 - 2007
Modeling and Simulation of theoretical models of decision making, game theory, mechanism design by logic programming language and spreadsheet software
social choice logic programming
Project Year: 2006 - 2011
Developping a computational framrework and its toolkits for abstract mathematical theory of social choice in economic and management science by using logic programming (PROLOG). And its application to the computational cognitive modeling for ordin...