KUROIWA Takashi

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Name
KUROIWA Takashi
E-mail
kuroiwa.takashinihon-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Nihon University
Section
College of Industrial Technology, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D(Nihon University), Master of Engineering(Nihon University)
Research funding number
60297786

Research Areas

 

Education

 
 
 - 
1995
Graduate Course in Electrical Engineering, Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering, Nihon University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Mar 2004
Young Researcher's Award from the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE)
 
Mar 1987
The Hatakeyama prize from Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers(JSME)
 

Published Papers

 
Correlation between existing area based on ambulance transport and fractal dimension of road network form
Hirotomo Ohuchi, Sho Shimazaki, Koji Ohdaira, Toshihiro Kimura, Setsuko Kanai and Takashi Kuroiwa
International Journal of Engineering Science and Innovative Technology   4 148-157   Nov 2015   [Refereed]
Typological Characteristics of Small Rural Cities
Masao Ishii,Satoshi Yamada,Takashi Kuroiwa,Mitsuhito Matsubatra and Hirotomo Ohuchi
Journal of Asia Architecture and Building Engineering   13(2) 405-412   May 2014
An Empirical Study on Optimal Location Planning with a focus on Cooperation between Doctor Car and Medical Facilities in Emergency Medical Care System
Hiromu Kimura, Takashi Kuroiwa, Hirotomo Ohuchi and Mitsuhito Matsubara
Papers on Environmental Information Science   26 159-164   Dec 2012   [Refereed]
Recently, the emergency dispatch number increases by the progress of the aging society and the delay of the arrival to the emergency field becomes remarkable. The introduction of the doctor car system is required to improve on a current situation....
Study on Landscape Recognition of Changes in Physical Environment Uses Image Processing Technology in Historical City Kamakura
Satoshi Yamada, Toshihiro Kimura, Yu Teshima, Takashi Kuroiwa, Mitsuhito Matsubara and Hirotomo Ohuchi
The International Union of Architects The 24th World Congress of Architecture, UIA2011 Academic Program   382-387   Sep 2011   [Refereed]
In this study, we investigate the landscape recognition of historical areas in Kamakura city by its inhabitants. We focused on landscape recognition as a shared mental space. A cognitive map of this region was constructed using the results of a qu...
Landscape Recognition of Local Inhabitants by Physical Environmental Change in Historical City Kamakura
Satoshi Yamada, Tomohide Atsumi, Takashi Kuroiwa, Koichi Sakaguchi, Mitsuhito Matsubara and Hirotomo Ohuchi
Papers on Environmental Information Science   20 277-282   Nov 2006   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Study on collective form using fractal dimension analysis of water settlement in Cambodia: On the Seasonal Change of Collective Form in Tonle Sap Lake / Chong Kneas District
Natsuki OKADA, Hiroki AGATSUMA, Toshihiro KIMURA, Takashi KUROIWA, Yoko KOJIMA, Hirotomo OHUCHI
40th Symposium on Computer Technology of Information, Systems and Applications   40 239-244   Dec 2017   [Refereed]
カンボジアの水上集落チョンクニア地区における移動集落の集合形態を、俯瞰画像のフラクタル解析により季節変化と年度変化について検討し、自然環境との一体性と連続性を把握することで集落に関する空間秩序の考察を行う。

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Study on the Group Action from Instruction of Communication Humanoid Robot
Takashi Kuroiwa, Shota Yazawa and Kiyozumi Niizuma
平成31年 電子情報通信学会総合大会   19 Mar 2019   
Study on detection of on-road vehicles by using fractal image analysis
Takashi Kuroiwa , Shota Yazawa and Kiyozumi Niizuma
平成31年 電気学会全国大会   14 Mar 2019   
コミュニケーションロボットを用いた学習支援システムに関する検討
黒岩 孝,矢澤翔大,新妻清純
日本大学ロボティクスソサエティ NUROS 設立シンポジウム   1 Mar 2019   
道路形態のフラクタル次元と救急搬送に基づく実態圏域との相関に関する実証的研究
田邉 哲, 黒岩 孝, 大内宏友
日本建築学会・情報システム委員会 第41回情報・システム・利用・技術シンポジウム 2018   7 Dec 2018   
古代ギリシャ都市アテネのアゴラにおける画像相関及びフラクタル次元解析を用いた建築様式の定量的評価-B.C.300,B.C.150,A.D.100の3年代における復元的考察-
松枝 朝, 木村敏浩, 黒岩 孝, 大内宏友
日本建築学会・情報システム委員会 第41回情報・システム・利用・技術シンポジウム 2018   6 Dec 2018   

Patents

 
2007-139421 : Apparatuses and Methods for the Classification of Form or the Extraction of Change Region