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Chiaki MATSUNAGA Last modified date:2019.09.17

Assistant Professor / Urban system engineering / Faculty of Engineering


Papers
1. Chiaki Matsunaga, Shunsuke Managi, Inclusive Wealth & Policy Making, Japan SPOTLIGHT, 24-27, March/April 2019, 2019.03, [URL].
2. Chiaki MATSUNAGA, Kyoko TSUKAMOTO, Tatsuru TAJIMA, Daiju AGO, Yoshinao Oeda, SATOSHI TOI, A Study on the Influence of Encounter with Target and Physical Factors around School Route Given to the Suspicious Persons Targeting Schoolchildren, Proceedings of CUPUM 2017: Planning Support Systems for Resilient and Smart Urban Futures, ThuC61_35652, 2017.07, 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 suspicious 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..
3. STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF ENCOUNTER WITH TARGET AND SURVEILLANCE AROUND SCHOOL-COMMUTING ROADS GIVEN TO CRIMES TARGETTING SCHOOLCHILDREN.
4. STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF ENCOUNTER WITH TARGET AND SURVEILLANCE AROUND SCHOOL-COMMUTING ROADS GIVEN TO CRIMES TARGETTING SCHOOLCHILDREN.
5. STUDY ON THE RISK OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENT ON SCHOOL-COMMUTING ROADS CONSIDERING SPECIAL CHARACTERISTIC ON ROADS.
6. Muhammad Isran Ramli, Oeda Yoshinao, SUMI Tomonori, MATSUNAGA Chiaki, Accommodating Flexible Daily Temporal Constraint on a Continuous Choice Model of Departure Time for Urban Shopping Travel , The International Journal of Urban Science, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/12265934.2011.635879, Vol.15, No.3, 215-233, 2011.12, This paper attempts to propose departure time choice model of travellers for oneday shopping travel based on the consideration of the availability of flexible
temporal constraint during noon until evening, namely praying time. The model assumes that travellers decide their departure time to minimize the disutility of
shortage stay time at the shopping centre, disutility of lateness home arrival time, and disutility of the flexible daily temporal constraint. It is applied to urban
shopping travellers on the basis of their home-shopping, centre-home travel pattern. The model is confirmed by a goodness of fit test. It can be applied to
develop a model of travel patterns and chosen in further studies..
7. Chiaki MATSUNAGA, Daiki OKUDA, Kenichi TERAMACHI, Tomonori SUMI, Study on the Incidence of Opportunity Crime on Residential Streets Considering Traffic Volume and Visible Range, International Journal of Asian Social Science, 1, 4, pp. 97-107, 2011.11.
8. Mohammad Isran RAMLI, Oeda Yoshinao, SUMI Tomonori, MATSUNAGA Chiaki, Study on Consideration of Flexible Temporal Constraint on One-day Shopping Travel Behavior: Daily Praying Time in Islamic Countries, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol.9, 302-313, 2011.10, This paper attempts to describe flexible temporal constraint as specific behavior on one-day shopping travel in Islamic countries, namely daily praying time constraint. In further, the paper take into account the constraint to develop a choice model of leave time from shopping place. The model is derived from minimization of three types of disutility that available during a traveler stays at shopping place and arrives at a destination place, i.e., disutility of shortage stay time at the place, disutility of lateness leave time from shopping place, and disutility of the time constraint as consequence of availability of the temporal constraint during period time of a set origin-destination trip. In order to estimate parameters values of the model, a trial and error process method based on simulation approach was applied. The model was applied to the two categories of shopping centre visitors i.e., car user and motorcycle user categories respectively. By using a goodness of fit test, the proposed model was acceptable. The parameters values show that response of the car users to start the praying activity is later than the motorcycle users. In contrary, durations of the motorcycle users to conduct the constraint activity are later or longer than the car user category. The flexible temporal constraint also can be applied to develop a departure time, trip pattern and mode choice model in further studies. .
9. Muhammad Isran RAMLI, Oeda Yoshinao, SUMI Tomonori, MATSUNAGA Chiaki, Study on departure time choice model for shopping travel in consideration of praying time as flexible temporal constraint, Proceedings of the 13th International Summer Symposium-JSCE, CD-ROM, 2011.08.
10. Muhammad Isran RAMLI, Oeda Yoshinao, SUMI Tomonori, MATSUNAGA Chiaki, Consideration of praying time constraint on simultaneous choice model of departure time and travel mode for shopping travel, Proceedings of the 13th International Summer Symposium-JSCE, CD-ROM, 2011.08.
11. Mohammad Isran RAMLI, Oeda Yoshinao, SUMI Tomonori, MATSUNAGA Chiaki, A Trip Pattern Choice Model of Shopping Travel Based on Consideration of Flexible Daily Time Constraints, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol.8, CD-ROM, 2011.06, This paper proposes trip pattern choice model of one-day shopping travel based on consideration of flexible daily time constraints during noon until evening. The choice model assumes that travelers decide their trip pattern together with departure time decision at the same time due to minimize or avoid three kinds of disutility, i.e., disutility of shortage stay time at shopping place, disutility of lateness home arrival time, and one disutility that consider flexible daily time constraints including lunch time, dinner time, and praying time during noon until evening. The model was applied to the people who are living in a residence area and went to shopping centre on basis home-shopping centre-home, H-SC-H, and home-shopping centre-other place-home, H-SC-OP-H, trip pattern. By taking a goodness of fit test, it was revealed the proposed model was acceptable. The model can be applied to develop a model of mode choice, and destination choice in further studies..
12. Muhammad Isran RAMLI, Oeda Yoshinao, SUMI Tomonori, MATSUNAGA Chiaki, Consideration of Flexible Temporal Constraint on One-Day Shopping Travel Behavior: Daily Praying Time in Islamic Countries, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol.8, 302-313, 2011.06, This paper attempts to describe flexible temporal constraint as specific behavior on one-day shopping travel in Islamic countries, namely daily praying time constraint. In further, the paper take into account the constraint to develop a choice model of leave time from shopping place. The model is derived from minimization of three types of disutility that available during a traveler stays at shopping place and arrives at a destination place, i.e., disutility of shortage stay time at the place, disutility of lateness leave time from shopping place, and disutility of the time constraint as consequence of availability of the temporal constraint during period time of a set origin-destination trip. In order to estimate parameters values of the model, a try-and-error process method based on simulation approach was applied. The model was applied to the two categories of shopping centre visitors i.e., car user and bike user categories respectively. By using a goodness of fit test, the proposed model was acceptable. The parameters values show that response of the car users to start the praying activity is later than the bike users. In contrary, durations of bikers to conduct the constraint activity are later or longer than car user category. The flexible temporal constraint also can be applied to develop a departure time, trip pattern and mode choice model in further studies..
13. The study on the effect that existence densities of children on school commuting roads and physical space elements give suspicious person infestations.
14. A Factors Analysis on Crime Occurrence in School Zone.
15. Evaluation of the Using Tram when Tram Priority Signaling Method is Introduced.
16. Chiaki MATSUNAGA and Tomonori SUMI, A Historical Review of the Canal Project at the Dawn of Railroads in Japan, Proceedings of Annual Conference of the International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility , CD-ROM, 2006.09.
17. A Pedestrian's Route Choice Model in a Cnetral City Area.
18. Kiwook SONG, Kenichi TERAMACHI, Chiaki MATSUNAGA, Qiang LI, Yoshinao OEDA and Tomonori SUMI, Study on Improvement of Pedestrian Environment and Possibility of Pedestrian-Traffic Inducement, ASCE, Traffic & Transportation Studies, Proceeding of ICTTS 2004, 138-146, 2004.08.
19. A Study on the Pedestrian's Flow Considering Road Conditions in Shopping Streets.
20. On Quick Rescue Activities in Case of Large Earthquake Disaster.
21. Chiaki MAYSUNAGA, Kenji TORAYA, Qiang LI and Tomonori SUMI, A Study on the Recreational Travel Considering Accommodation and Travel Costs in the Temporal Domain, ASCE, Traffic&Transportation Studies, Proceedings of ICTTS 2002, 1399-1406, pp.1399-1406, 2002.07.
22. A Basic Study on the Pssobility of Repeated Visit in Recreational Travel.
23. Kenji TORAYA, Tomonori SUMI, Chikashi DEGUCHI, Yoshinao OEDA and Chiaki MATSUNAGA, A Study on the Excursion in Recreational Behavior, Proceedings of International Symposium on City Planning, pp.227-236, 2001.08.
24. A Study on the Excursion in Recreational Behavior.
25. The Quantification of the Facilities Utilization Change on the Customer Using One-day Travel Model.