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Yoshinao Oeda Last modified date:2019.06.24

Associate Professor / Urban Planning and Management / Faculty of Engineering


Presentations
1. Masayuki TAKADA; Shoki TSUNEKAWA; Kazuma HASHIMOTO; Tamaki INADA; Yoshinao OEDA; Katsuya YAMAUCHI; Ki-Hong KIM; Shin-ichiro IWAMIYA , Analysis of vehicle horn use and factors at intersections in an urban area of Taiwanin, 23rd International Congress on Acoustics , 2019.09, In urban areas in many countries, noise pollution is generated by the frequent use of car and motorcycle horns. The final goal of the present study is to clarify the causes of horn use and to propose a transportation system to suppress horn use. To this end, we have investigated relationships between horn use and factors such as driver awareness, behavior, and vehicular environment. Our previous study investigated causal relationships between horn use and the vehicular environment in Taiwan, and found that horn use was more frequent when gridlock occurred at intersections. The present study analyzed details of gridlock situations at three intersections in Taipei during which vehicle horns were used. We found many cases where honking began after vehicles entered the intersection to turn left during the green-light phase. In particular, drivers often used their horns when they had to wait for more than 4 seconds for the vehicles in front of them to start moving after a green light allowed left turns. Logistic regression analysis revealed that the probability of a driver using a vehicle horn was significantly affected by the duration between the signal turning green and the vehicle in front of them starting to move..
2. Japan has many remote islands in its territorial waters. The isolation yields intense depopulation under aging society in Japan. Improvement of its life surroundings is important challenge for these areas. Some of researches indicate the necessity of the connection to other areas, such as nearby bigger islands or main islands. This study focus on shopping of remote islands residents, especially going out to other areas. This study had a survey in Goto, Nagasaki, and confirmed the resident’s activity to other areas for making up their demand for shopping. Then, to examine the transportation policies and the replacement of shopping facilities, this study built the shopping model that can predict the frequency of shopping in other islands in relation to transportation parameters like travel time. The model showed the good fitness for shopping behavior of residents in Goto ..
3. Hungchun Liu, 外井 哲志, 大枝 良直, Analysis and Improvement on the Morning Traffic Control of Kyushu University Ito Campus, 平成27年度土木学会西部支部研究発表会, 2016.03.
4. Mandkhai BAATARZORIG, SATOSHI TOI, ByoungJin KIM, Yoshinao Oeda, Chiaki MATSUNAGA, Zhengzheng YANG, An Analysis on Rapid Urbanization Issues in Mongolia and its Externalities-A Case Study on Apartment and Ger Residential Areas in Ulaanbaatar City-, The Sixteenth International Conference of Urban Transport (CODATU XVI), 2014.02.
5. Mandkhai BAATARZORIG, 外井 哲志, 梶田 佳孝, 大枝 良直, 松永 千晶, A Study on Transportation Infrastructure Investment Issues in Urban Areas in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 土木計画学研究発表会, 2014.06.
6. Benjun HUANG, 大枝 良直, 外井 哲志, 松永 千晶,  Research about Route Guidance by Car Navigation with an Emphasis on Safety and Ease of Driving, 平成26年度土木学会西部支部研究発表会, 2015.03,  With the development of technology in IT, more and more drivers use the car navigation system for setting the trip route. Hence there is need to develop a car navigation system that is consistent with road sign system to reduce this confusion, anxiety situation.In order to search the shortest path, car navigation use different algorithms. The classical algorithm used in car navigation is Dijkstra algorithm. In this research we will use the Dijkstra algorithm. Compared with the traditional shortest path only using Dijkstra algorithm, the improved algorithm with consideringroad sign database and turn will effectively solve the issue ofthe different guidance gave by road sign and the carnavigation..
7. THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR IN THE ELEDERLY BICYCLE WITH CONCEPT OF PERSONAL SPACE.
8. Consideration of Flexible Temporal Constraint on One-Day Shopping Travel Behavior: Daily Praying Time in Islamic Countries.
9. Consideration of Flexible Temporal Constraint on One-Day Shopping Travel Behavior: Daily Praying Time in Islamic Countries.
10. A Study on Traffic Characteristics under Flood Situation.
11. A Study on Car Evacuation under Flood Situation Using Traffic Simulation.
12. A Study on Temporal Distribution of Freight Transportation in Consideration of Daily Work-Life Cycle and Considerations on Refinement of the Model.
13. Study on Mode Choice Model of Trip for Daily Household Logistic Based on Binominal Logit Model.
14. STUDY ON TIME-BEHAVIORAL PROPERTY OF SHOPPING TRIP FOR SHORT TIME.
15. A Study of Logit model for the relationship between the EMS transportation time and the survival rate on the 30th day in hospital of the patients with fatal intrinsic diseases or multiple trauma..
16. The Study on the defferent of behavior of going to hospital for the person who live solitary island for each medical type..
17. The Study on the behaviro of elderly person who use bicycle using parsonal space model.
18. The Study on the effect of closed shop to ordinary shopping behavior .
19. A study on the behavior of old person who goes out to several destinations responding to travel time.
20. The study on possibility of speedy craft introduction in solitary island sea route.
21. A study on traffic model mixed with bicycles and walking people using the personal space.
22. The Study on modeling for going to hospital and shopping of people who live on isolated island.
23. The Study on the following and overtaking behavior of the motorcycle.
24. The Study on the vehicle choice model for commuters who consider the seating utility.
25. The Study on improvement in the energy efficient of cars by regenerating brake.
26. Evaluation of the Using Tram when Tram Priority Signaling Method is Introduced.
27. The study of frequency and transportation choice at daily shopping.
28. A Study for the effect of introducing Shinkansen in region considering trip frequency.
29. The assessment of bicycle parking facilities and the examination of parking facilities’
position by using the model that people decides the parking position.
30. Study on the estimate method of the expressway distribution of freight transportation with
consideration of the time restriction.
31. A Study for The Effect of A Reduced Rail Fare During Off-peak on Long Non-Grocery Shopping Trip.
32. A Study for Views of Transportation Firms and Local Self-governing Bodies in Kyushu That Face a Society With an Aging and Fewer Children Population.