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Chiaki MATSUNAGA Last modified date:2019.07.12

Assistant Professor / Urban system engineering / Faculty of Engineering

1. 松永 千晶, Kyoko TSUKAMOTO, Tatsuru TAJIMA, Daiju AGO, 大枝 良直, A Study on the Influence of Encounter with Target and Physical Factors around School Route Given to the Suspicious Persons Targeting Schoolchildren, CUPUM2017 (15th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management), 2017.07, [URL], As a basic step to design safe and reliable school routes based on CPTED, we create a mathematical model for representing the relationship between crimes and suspicious activities targeting middle school students going to and returning from school, and their influencing factors. Con-sidering the fact that the most of these crimes and activities are crime of opportunity, this model is based on the hypothesis that opportunities to encounter a target and the environmental factors around the school routes influence potential perpetrators of a crime.
When we applied this model to examples in actual school districts, the model was able to reproduce the distribution of likely crimes and suspi-cious activities according to the distance from school. We also quantified the influence, upon encountering crimes and suspicious persons, of the frequency of encounter with targets and physical environmental factors..
2. 黄 本俊, 外井 哲志, 大枝 良直, 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.
3. Baatarzorig Mandkhai, 外井 哲志, 梶田 佳孝, 大枝 良直, 松永 千晶, モンゴル国・ウランバートル特別市における社会基盤諸問題に関する研究, 第49回土木計画学研究発表会, 2014.06.
4. The study on the effect that school commuting roads composition and physical space elements give suspicious infestation.
5. A Factors Analysis on Crime Occurrence in School Zone.
6. The study on the effect of road network and traffic regulations from the angle of CPTED.
7. A Comparison of Rail-System Passengers' Behavior on Shopping Trip between Japan and China.
8. The Model for Recreational Behavior Considering Individual Difference.
9. A Study on the Pedestrian's Flow Considering Road Conditions in Shopping Streets.
10. A Basic Study on the Possibility of Repeated Visit in Recreational Travel.
11. The Quantification of the Effect of the Facilities Utilization Change on the Customer Using One-day Travel Model.