Updated on 2024/05/09

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MATSUSHITA Daisuke
 
Organization
Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology Division of Human Life and Ecology Professor
School of Human Life and Ecology Department of Living Environment Design
Title
Professor
Affiliation
Institute of Human Life and Ecology
Affiliation campus
Sugimoto Campus

Position

  • Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology Division of Human Life and Ecology 

    Professor  2022.04 - Now

  • School of Human Life and Ecology Department of Living Environment Design 

    Professor  2022.04 - Now

Degree

  • PhD ( Kyoto University )

Research Areas

  • Social Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Disaster Prevention) / Architectural planning and city planning

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Design

Research Career

  • Architectural planning based on behavioral measurements and surveys

    Human behavior 

    2003.04 - Now 

Professional Memberships

  • Architectural Institute of Japan

      Domestic

Committee Memberships (off-campus)

  • Director   Organization for Maintenance and Management of Condominium  

    2023 - Now 

  • Member of the Public Proposal Selection Committee   Osaka City  

    2021.11 - 2021.12 

Awards

  • Excellent Textbook Award

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2024.03   Osaka Metropolitan University Educational Committee   Design Fails

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    Country:Japan

  • Orient Design Competition

    Daisuke Matsushita, Wang Xiaorui

    2021.12   Orient Home Ltd.  

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    Country:Japan

  • The 52nd Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health Conference Young Investigator Award

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2021.10   Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health  

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    Country:United States

  • Otsukyo Condominium Design Competition Honorable mention

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2021.03   Daikaku Ltd.  

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    Country:Japan

  • Excellent Textbook Award

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2020.10   Osaka City University Educational Committee   Book of Architectural Interior Design

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    Country:Japan

  • Encouragement Prize of Architecture Institute of Japan

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2015   Architecture Institute of Japan   Extraction of chronological sequence pattern by using self-organizing map - Analysis of work style based on the working time-budget survey

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    The purpose of this paper is to analyze a knowledge worker's work style. When, where, what kind of work, with whom a worker of a certain status engaged is conducted by a time-budget survey.
    The relationship between a worker's status and his work style is indicated in the result.
    A higher-ranking worker tends to stay within an office shorter, to have a meeting longer, to work alone shorter in shorter continuous working time. Worker's line of work and line of business are classified into three categories, which are type of within office, type of outside office and type of intermediate. Each category presents characteristic work style.

  • 17th Okayama Research Park Incubation Center, Government-Industry-Academia Collaboration Award

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2012   Okayama Research Park Incubation Center   Development of nursing activities measurement method with ultrasound positioning

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    The ultrasound positioning technology used makes it possible to collect the data of the nursing activities consecutively for one week in the respiratory disease center of the Showa University Hospital.
    The total of 142 person-day and 1,464 person-hour of nursing traffic line data were collected. The nursing activities were visualized in motion picture, and the room-to-room movement patterns were visualized in network models. Analysis of the data clarified the length of stay according to place, the length of traffic line of each nursing staff. According to the nurses' attributes, the resultant data showed the characteristic nursing activities.

  • The Japan Society of Kansei Engineering Prize, Excellent Presentation Prize

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2007   The Japan Society of Kansei Engineering  

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    Country:Japan

  • Master's thesis prize of Architecture Institute of Japan

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2000   Architecture Institute of Japan   Correlation between profitability of hotel project's stakeholders and building volume model by means of feasibility study

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    We took a "city hotel" as investment in a project, and used NPV of two relating interests, which are Owner and Manager, as indexes of evaluation. We then maximized the indexes by bi-objective optimization applying GA in order to get "the Ratio of Room to Common space" which satisfies each interest's profitability to a high degree.
    As a result, "the Ratio of Room to Common space" took various values in relation of game of two relating interests, and there is a trade-off relationship shown as distribution of population considered to be the "Pareto Optimal Set".

  • The 1st Japan Street Lighting Design Competition Street Amenities for the 21st Century Grand Prize

    Daisuke Matsushita, Nobuhiko Kakitani

    1999.08   Japan Street Lighting Ltd.  

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    Country:Japan

  • Space Design Competition, Architecture using glassy materials, Honorable Mention

    Daisuke Matsushita, Takeyuki Katsuya

    1998.08   Nippon Electric Glass Co., Ltd.  

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  • AARC Italicoamerican International Competition, An International Congress Center for the Jubilee Rome Year 2000, 3rd Prize

    Daisuke Matsushita

    1998.08   Academy of Architecture  

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    Country:Italy

  • Graduation Design, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University, Architectural Institute of Japan National Exhibition of University and College of Technology Graduation Design, Exhibit

    Daisuke Matsushita

    1998.02   Architectural Institute of Japan  

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  • International Design Competition Solar Energy in Architecture Kyongju High Speed Railway Station, Citation

    1997.08  

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Job Career (off-campus)

  • Okayama University of Science, Associate Professor

    2009

  • Kyoto University, Senior Lecturer

    2006

  • Kyoto University, Assistant Professor

    2003

  • OMA Asia Ltd.

    2000

Education

  • Kyoto University   Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering   Doctor's Course   Graduated/Completed

    2000 - 2003

  • Kyoto University   Undergraduate School of Architecture     Graduated/Completed

    1994 - 1998

Papers

  • Workspace for female telecommuters living in an urban apartment house with children Reviewed

    Daisuke Matsushita

    Japan Architectural Review, Architectural Institute of Japan   7 ( 1 )   e12442   2024.03( ISSN:2475-8876

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    WFH-related issues regarding house planning, spatial arrangements, and relationships among cohabitants for sharing spaces remain to be clarified. This research aimed to clarify the usage patterns of shared spaces for work-from-home (WFH) and the respective behavioral patterns in different household compositions, targeting women in the child-rearing stage and residing with family in residential building estates in urban areas. Forty-four percent (n = 199) of women performing childcare who regularly telecommuted had a spouse or partner who also telecommuted, and 65.6% (n = 328) had a child at home while telecommuting. Male spouses or partners (male) did less than half of the housework (12.7%) and childcare (19.8%) than women (41.0% housework, 34.4% childcare). Women primarily used dining rooms for office work (n = 221; 44.2%). When the children were at home during telecommuting, the unclear distinction between work and home was not a deficiency but rather an inevitable acceptance, and a tendency to work in a corner overlooking the common area was observed. When both spouses telecommute without children, men work in their bedrooms or private rooms, whereas women work in common areas, such as the dining room. Simultaneously, women tended to seek spaces dedicated to their work and keep their workspaces separate from common area.

    DOI: 10.1002/2475-8876.12442

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000890

  • Improving Locomotive Syndrome Risk Level through Community-Led Activities to Establish Walking Habits Reviewed

    Daisuke Matsushita, Gu Yangcheng

    Japan Architectural Review, Architectural Institute of Japan   7 ( 1 )   e12433   2024.02

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    We evaluated the effects of walking habits and mobility improvement on an aging population among 30 residents of a suburban residential complex with the aim of promoting sustainable health activities led by residents. The results showed a total of 911 person-days of actual walking (Mean = 30.4, Standard Deviation = 15.7) with an average of 30 days per person or a frequency of almost daily intervals over two months. In total, 68.4% of early- and 54.5% of late-elderly participants met the recommended criteria for healthy older adults. The results of the GLFS-25 and 2-step tests showed a significant improvement in the mobility function after the walking period compared to before the walking period. In addition to the improvements in physical mobility, there were improvements in social interactions and participation in community activities. The participants' post-walking effect showed that 85% of them were in good health, 50% had positive social interactions, and 25% had positive statements regarding community and town planning. The results verified that resident-led sustainable walking activities can establish walking habits and improve mobility.

    DOI: 10.1002/2475-8876.12433

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000889

  • Workspace for female telecommuters with childcare living in an urban apartment house Reviewed

    Daisuke Matsushita

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   89 ( 815 )   2024.01

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    Forty-four percent (n=199) of the women in childcare who regularly telecommuted in the aggregate had a spouse or partner who also telecommuted, and 65.6% (n=328) had a child at home while they telecommuted. Spouses or partners (male) did less than half of the housework (12.7%) and childcare (19.8%) compared to women (41.0% housework, 34.4% childcare). Women used the dining room primarily for office work (n=221, 44.2%). When the children were at home during telecommuting, the unclear distinction between work and home was not a deficiency but rather an inevitable acceptance, and the tendency to work in a corner overlooking the common area was observed. When both spouses telecommute without children, men work in their bedrooms or private rooms, while women work in common areas such as the dining room. At the same time, women tended to seek a space dedicated to their work and to keep their workspace separate from the common area.

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.3130/aija.89.1

    Other URL: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/aija/89/815/89_1/_article/-char/en

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000888

  • Improving degree of locomotive syndrome through community-led activities to establish walking habits Reviewed

    Daisuke Matsushita, Yangcheng Gu

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 814 )   2023.12

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    Aiming for sustainable health promotion activities led by residents, we tested the establishment of walking habits and mobility improvement among 30 residents of a suburban residential complex with an aging population. The results showed a total of 911 (person-days) of actual walking (M=30.4, SD=15.7), with an average of 30 days per person or a frequency of almost daily intervals over two months, establishing the habit of walking. 68.4% of early- and 54.5% of late-elderly met the recommended criteria for healthy older adults. The results of the GLFS-25 and 2-step tests showed a significant improvement in mobility function after the walking period compared to before the walking period. In addition to improvements in physical mobility, there were improvements in social interaction and participation in community activities. Participants' post-walking impressions showed that 85% were in good health, 50% had positive social interactions, and 25% had positive statements about the community and town planning. The results verified that resident-led, sustainable walking activities can establish walking habits and improve mobility.

    DOI: 10.3130/aija.88.3326

    Other URL: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/aija/88/814/88_3326/_article/-char/en

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000887

  • Non-Contact Determination of Sleep/Wake State in residential environments by Neural Network Learning of Microwave Radar and electroencephalogram–electrooculogram Measurements Reviewed

    Xiaorui Wang, Daisuke Matsushita

    Building and Environment   2023.02( ISSN:0360-1323

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    This study developed and validated a non-contact, integrated sleep measurement method using microwave radar for daily sleep measurement in a house. In order to replicate the participant’s normal sleep as much as possible, we employed a portable electroencephalogram–electrooculogram (EEG–EOG) recording system, which has the lowest burden and established reliability in the bedroom environment. A total of 38 nights of sleep for 15 participants were simultaneously recorded using the portable EEG–EOG recording system, actigraph, and microwave radar in the bedroom of typical houses. The sleep/wake state determination obtained by applying EEG–EOG data to a deep learning-based sleep staging program was used as the target variable. A sleep/wake state determination prediction model was obtained by learning body movement data from microwave radar using a neural network. The intermethod reliability was evaluated using sleep parameters, including sleep onset latency (SOL), wake after sleep onset (WASO), total sleep time (TST), and sleep efficiency (SE), by using paired t-test. Based on this prediction model, the average accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, F1-score*100, and Cohen’s kappa*100 for all participants’ sleep/wake state determination using microwave radar were 95.27%, 70.11%, 97.05%, 65.95, and 63.46, respectively. Compared with the portable EEG–EOG recording system, microwave radar showed no statistically significant differences in SOL, TST, and SE in evaluating sleep parameters. As the main conclusion, in the sleep/wake state determination, microwave radar showed performance comparable with or better than actigraph. It serves for continuous non-contact sleep measurement in residential environments.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2023.110095

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000056

  • Relationship between Health Status and Daily Activities Based on Housing Type among Suburban Residents during COVID-19 Self-Isolation Reviewed

    Yangcheng Gu, Haruka Kato and Daisuke Matsushita

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   20 ( 3 )   2639   2023.01

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    COVID-19 significantly impacted residents’ health status and daily activities in suburban residential areas. This study elucidated the relationship between health scores, daily activities, and housing types. The method was a questionnaire survey of 378 residents of suburban residential estates in Teraikedai, Kongo District, Japan, during the COVID-19 self-isolation period. Since the survey cohort was New Town, the suburban residential area identified by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism was targeted. The questions included participant demographics, the Basic Survey on Japanese Social Life, and the SF-12v2. The Tukey–Kramer HSD test and stepwise decreasing logistic regression were used for the statistical analysis of the responses. The COVID-19 self-isolation led to lower physical and mental health scores than usual, and the health scores of residents living in detached houses were better than those of residents in apartments, both those over the age of 65 and those under the age of 65. There was also a correlation between residents’ daily activities and their health scores. For those aged under 65 years, the health scores of residents living in detached houses were significantly better than those living in apartments, indicating that daily activities such as sports and recreational hobbies may contribute to health scores.

    DOI: 10.3390/ijerph20032639

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000055

  • Change of Usage of Third Places and Subjective Feelings of Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic Reviewed

    Akiko Yanagawa, Haruka Kato, Daisuke Matsushita

    Journal of Architecture and Planning   87 ( 798 )   1485 - 1492   2022.08

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    COVID-19 pandemic has been a significant impact on not only infection but also sense of well-being. This study aims to clarify the changes in usages of third place and sense of well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. The method was a web questionnaire in Osaka Prefecture on January 12 and 13, 2021, during the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. This study concluded that the importance of third places such as " Cafes and Fast Food Shops," "Shopping streets and Supermarkets" and "Parks" was clarified from the usages of third places and changes in sense of well-being.

    DOI: 10.3130/aija.87.1485

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000053

  • Work-Related Stress of Work from Home with Housemates Based on Residential Types Reviewed

    Kokoro Natomi, Haruka Kato, Daisuke Matsushita

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   19 ( 5 )   3060   2022.03

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on work environments. Many workers have been requested or instructed to work from home (WFH). This study aimed to clarify the work-related stress of WFH regarding housemates based on residential types during the COVID-19 pandemic. We conducted a web-based questionnaire survey of 500 workers living with housemates in Osaka Prefecture. The WFH environments were analyzed on the basis of high-stress workers (HSWs), which accounted for 17.4% of all subjects, according to three major types of residences in Japan. The main finding is that HSWs with housemates had problems related to noise regardless of the type of residence. This study of workers living with housemates in an urban area contrasts with the findings of preceding study, which found that satisfaction with noise in the environment was higher at home than in the office. HSWs in detached houses and condominium apartments had problems with the levels of noise created by their housemates. The residents living in these types of residences were found to be relatively older, thus potentially having older children who would require a certain level of privacy. WFH workers with insufficient privacy were unable to adapt to WFH environments and suffered from high stress.

    DOI: 10.3390/ijerph190530

    Other URL: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35270749/

    Repository URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/0002000054

  • Non-contact Sleep Estimation Technique while in Bed by Using Millimeter-Wave Radar Reviewed

    Chiaki Naruta, Daisuke Matsushita

    The AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   28 ( 68 )   533 - 538   2022.03

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    DOI: 10.3130/aijt.28.533

  • Relationship between living behavior and depressive trend among residents of suburban residential areas during the COVID 19 pandemic - Case study of Teraikedai in Tondabayashi City , Osaka Prefecture - Reviewed

    Yixuan Guo, Haruka Kato, Daisuke Matsushita

    The Architectural Institute of Japan Journal of Architecture and Planning   87 ( 793 )   587 - 595   2022.03

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    COVID-19 has a significant impact on our living behavior. The emergence of depressive symptoms is beginning to be a problem for the elderly. This study aimed to elucidate the relationship between changes in living behavior and depressive symptoms in a suburban residential area during the COVID-19 pandemic. We conducted a questionnaire survey at Teraikedai in Osaka Prefecture. The results showed that depressive symptoms were related to living behaviors such as "daily physical activity," ""community gatherings about hobbies ," and "sleep at night." Residents with depressive symptoms wanted community activities related to child safety.

    DOI: 10.3130/aija.87.587

  • Correlation between building attributes and room rates for private home rentals converted from quaint old houses in Osaka City through a hedonic approach Reviewed

    Rei Kondo, Daisuke Matsushita

    Japan Architectural Review, Architectural Institute of Japan   4 ( 2 )   382 - 390   2021.03

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    Two groups of hedonic price models were constructed, one for quaint old private home rentals and the other for non-quaint old private home rentals. In the case of quaint old private home rentals, a higher presence of traditional design corresponded to higher room rates. On the other hand, in the case of non-quaint old private home rentals, closer distances to a train station and higher roadside land prices corresponded to higher room rates. A potential market was found for private home rentals of homes converted from old houses that had lost their market value as residences.

    DOI: 10.1002/2475-8876.12218

    Other URL: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2475-8876.12218

  • Correlation between building attributes and room rate of private home rentals converted from quaint old houses in Osaka city using hedonic approach Reviewed

    Rei Kondo, Daisuke Matsushita

    The Architectural Institute of Japan’s Journal of Architecture and Planning   85 ( 778 )   2020.12

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    In Osaka City, more than 20% of old private houses over 50 years old are destroyed every five years. Considering the historical and cultural value of old houses, they should ideally be maintained and inherited, however, it would not be sustainable if the owners or the governments are forced to pay the cost. Converting old houses into private home rentals may open new avenues for use of the unused buildings by discovering their potential values. The loss of old houses would be curbed if owners realized that converting old houses, which have low value as residence due to their age, inferior performance and location, to private home rentals would improve their marketability.
    We derived the relationship between building attributes and room rates for detached old private home rentals with traditional appearance estimated to be over 50 years old (quaint old home rentals) and for detached private home rentals without traditional appearance (non-quaint old private home rentals), using a hedonic approach.
    It is assumed that private home rental’s room rates consist of location, land value, size, distance to the nearest station, the level of concentration, and the level of presence of traditional designs. Two groups of hedonic price models are constructed, one for quaint old private home rentals and the other for non-quaint old private home rentals.
    By comparing the obtained hedonic price models, we discuss the relationship between market value and building attributes of quaint old and non-quaint old private home rentals.
    In the case of quaint old home rentals, the higher the level of existence of the traditional design, the higher the room rates, and in the case of non-quaint old home rentals, the closer the distance to the nearest station and the higher the roadside land price, the higher the room rates. In the real estate market, the older and the worse location a property is built, the lower the value is assessed. In the case of quaint old home rentals, even if the size and location of the houses are inferior, the higher the level of traditional design remains, the higher the room rates. A potential market value was found in the private home rentals converted from old houses that had lost those market value as residences. The significance of this paper is that it contributes to the free-will stock utilization toward the maintenance and succession of the existing old houses.

    DOI: 10.3130/aija.85.2713

  • Identification of indoor behavior of assisted-living resident measured with millimeter-wave radar Reviewed

    The AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   62 ( 64 )   1258 - 1263   2020.10

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    A resident’s behavior was continuously measured with millimeter wave radar for a week at unit-type nursing home for the elderly. Sleep and wandering behaviors that could not be known by visiting were identified. By combining the behavior measurement system that can continuously grasp resident’s position and posture and visits by care staff, the behavior of the resident at night can be grasped more accurately while reducing the burden on the staff. This method was shown to contribute more effectively to improve the quality of elderly life and reducing the burden of nursing care work compared to the conventional monitoring methods.

    DOI: 10.3130/aijt.26.1258

  • Study on room layout in emergency room based on work behaviors by occupational description Reviewed

    Kana Egawa, Tomoya Mizushima, Hiroyuki Kakuchi, Koji Sakaida, Daisuke Matsushita

    Journal of Japanese Association for Acute Medicine   28   83 - 93   2017

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/jja2.12163

  • Development of Nursing Activities Measurement Method with Ultrasound Positioning −Investigative report in acute care ward of Showa University Hospital− Reviewed

    Daisuke Matsushita, Ryouko ODAWARA, Etsuko ISOKAWA, Tetsuro YAMASHITA, Toshiro KUMAKAWA

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   19 ( 43 )   1079 - 1084   2013.10

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.3130/aijt.19.1079

  • Extraction of Chronological Sequence Pattern by Using Self-Organizing Map - Analysis of work style based on the working time-budget survey No. 2

    Junzo MUNEMOTO, Yusuke TATSUOKA, Ryusuke NAKA, Xinnan ZHANG

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   78 ( 684 )   345 - 353   2013.02

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  • Relationship between working behavior and worker's attribute: analysis of work style based on the working time-budget survey

    Junzo MUNEMOTO, Yusuke TATSUOKA, Ryusuke NAKA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   76 ( 668 )   1829 - 1838   2011.10

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  • Observation on Room-Staying Behavior by Using Active RFID

    Xiaoyu QU

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   75 ( 650 )   797 - 804   2010.01

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  • Evaluation of an Interactive Evolutionary Computation Method for Design of Interior Work by Residents of Beijing

    Weixin HUANG, Junzo MUNEMOTO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   73 ( 624 )   295 - 302   2008.02

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  • Acquiring Configuration Rules of Form Elements from "Historic" Architectural Facade Employing Inductive Logic Programming

    Atsushi Saito, Junzo Munemoto

    New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence   190 - 200   2005

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  • A Study of a Search Method of Facade Glass Attributes by an Aesthetic Evaluation of CG Images Applying an Interactive Evolutionary Computation

    Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   69 ( 584 )   187 - 192   2004.10

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  • A description of evaluation formulae by learning case examples with inductive inference and to sieve the alternative set

    Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   69 ( 576 )   31 - 36   2004.02

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  • Bi-objective optimization of NPV maximization of each interest and hotel floor ratio of room

    Junzo Munemoto, Shinichiro Iwata

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   66 ( 539 )   139 - 145   2001.01

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  • Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Home Range in a Suburban City in the Osaka Metropolitan Area Reviewed International coauthorship

    Kato, Haruka, Atsushi Takizawa, Daisuke Matsushita

    Sustainability   13 ( 16 )   8974   2021.08

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    DOI: 10.3390/su13168974

  • Changes in Walkable Streets during the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Suburban City in the Osaka Metropolitan Area Reviewed International coauthorship

    Kato, Haruka, Daisuke Matsushita

    Sustainability   13 ( 16 )   8974   2021.06

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    DOI: 10.3390/su13137442

  • Nursing Activities Measurement Technique of Low Introduction Barriers Reviewed

    Daisuke Matsushita

    第41回情報・システム・利用・技術シンポジウム論文集   41   63 - 66   2018.12

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  • ER型救急システム運用施設における職種別の業務実態に基づく室配置に関する調査研究 Reviewed

    江川 香奈, 水嶋 知也, 角地 祐幸, 境田 康二, 松下 大輔

    (一社)日本救急医学会 日本救急医学会雑誌   28 ( 3 )   83 - 93   2017.03( ISSN:0915-924X

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    【目的】近年、ER型救急システムを導入している医療施設が増えつつあり、診療体制に合わせた室配置を設計時にも検討する必要がある。救急部における医療従事者の諸室の使用実態および行動特性に関する調査研究を行った。【対象】ER型救急システムを運用している船橋市立医療センターで、超音波測位システムを用いて救急部内での医師、看護師、事務職員の業務行動を観測し、諸室の滞在時間や移動割合および動線を測定した。【結果】医師と看護師はスタッフステーション、事務職員は事務室での滞在時間が長かった。医師と看護師は、スタッフステーションを中心に初療室、診察室、観察ベッド室、患者待合などへの移動が確認されたが、その移動割合は職種により特徴がみられた。看護師は他の職種と比べて様々な場所での滞在が確認された。【結語】ER型救急システムを運用する施設を設計する際には、以下の事項を考慮した室配置が望まれる。(1)スタッフステーションは初療室と近接させ、スタッフステーションを中心に診察室、観察ベッド室、患者待合、事務室を配置して諸室へ容易に移動できるようにする。スタッフステーションは業務内容および人数などを考慮した面積を確保する。(2)トリアージ室は、自己来院患者出入口と待合およびスタッフステーションに近接する場所に配置し、使用人数や患者の状態、移動などに対応できる広さを確保する。(3)看護師の動線を主眼に置いて室配置を検討する。(著者抄録)

  • Study on room layout in emergency room based on work behaviors by occupational description Reviewed

    Kana Egawa, Tomoya Mizushima, Hiroyuki Kakuchi, Koji Sakaida, Daisuke Matsushita

    Journal of Japanese Association for Acute Medicine   28   83 - 93   2017

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    Aims: We have investigated the circumstances and characteristics of medical staff in the US–style emergency room (ER), in order to consider the room layout.
    Methods: We monitored the work behaviors of physicians, nurses, and clerks in the ER at Funabashi Municipal Medical Center using an ultrasonic positioning system, and also measured their length of stay in each room as well as their movement ratios and traffic lines.
    Results: Ordinarily, physicians and nurses stay in the staff station when a patient is admitted. Medical staff move independently, but the movement ratio is different for each job. Nurses moved to every room in the ER. We confirmed that, compared with other occupations, nurses stay in a wider variety places.
    Conclusions: Therefore, when we design medical facilities that adopt the ER, the following conclusions can be drawn. (1) The staff station should be built near emergency beds, and examination rooms, observation bedroom, patient waiting room, and clerks’ office should be arranged around the staff station so that staff can easily move into every room. (2) The triage room should be arranged near the walk–in patient entrance, patient waiting room, and staff st

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  • Living Conditions of Mother-Child Refugee Households in Okayama Prefecture Due to The Great East Japan Earthquake

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   23 ( 53 )   319 - 324   2016.10

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  • Living Conditions of Mother-Child Refugee Households in Okayama Prefecture Due to The Great East Japan Earthquake Reviewed

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   23 ( 53 )   319 - 324   2016.10

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  • Development of Nursing Activities Measurement Method with Ultrasound Positioning −Investigative report in acute care ward of Showa University Hospital− Reviewed

    Daisuke Matsushita, Ryouko ODAWARA, Etsuko ISOKAWA, Tetsuro YAMASHITA, Toshiro KUMAKAWA

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   19 ( 43 )   1079 - 1084   2013.10

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  • センシング技術を活用した医療スタッフのマネジメント(Management of medical staff utilizing sensing technology: Development of a nursing activities measurement method with ultrasound positioning) Reviewed

    松下 大輔, 熊川 寿郎, 市川 幾恵, 小田原 良子, 磯川 悦子, 山下 哲郎

    国立保健医療科学院 保健医療科学   62 ( 1 )   68 - 80   2013.02( ISSN:1347-6459

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    高齢化、疾病構造の変化、受療者の意識変化、医療技術の進歩などに伴い、急性期病棟の看護業務は繁忙で複雑化しており、患者の安全確保が困難な状況にある。このような状況は今後一層顕著となるとされており、限られた医療資源を適正に配分するために、病棟計画や看護配置計画の改善を続けることが求められている。看護業務量を把握して適正化を目指す研究は様々に行われてきた。筆者らはセンシング技術の一つである超音波測位により昭和大学病院呼吸器センターにおいて7日間継続的に全看護スタッフの動線を計測した。142人日、1,464人時間の看護動線が計測された。看護スタッフの移動経路を把握するためにネットワークモデルを作成した。看護動線は病院平面上に動画により可視化された。看護行為のパターンがグラフやネットワークモデルにより表された。得られたデータの集計により、看護スタッフの各場所での滞在時間、室訪問回数、動線距離などが把握され、看護スタッフのシフトや職能の属性による特徴が明らかになった。(著者抄録)

  • Extraction of Chronological Sequence Pattern by Using Self-Organizing Map - Analysis of work style based on the working time-budget survey No. 2 Reviewed

    Junzo MUNEMOTO, Yusuke TATSUOKA, Ryusuke NAKA, Xinnan ZHANG

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   78 ( 684 )   345 - 353   2013.02

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  • Relationship between working behavior and worker's attribute: analysis of work style based on the working time-budget survey Reviewed

    Junzo MUNEMOTO, Yusuke TATSUOKA, Ryusuke NAKA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   76 ( 668 )   1829 - 1838   2011.10

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  • A study on worker's patterns of space use and verbal communication in workplaces with and without partition walls: an investigation using a UWB sensor network

    Xinnan Zhang, Junzo MUNEMOTO, Tetsu YOSHIDA, Hiroaki TAKAI, Katsuhiko HIRANO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   76 ( 669 )   2083 - 2091   2011.08

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  • A study on worker's patterns of space use and verbal communication in workplaces with and without partition walls: an investigation using a UWB sensor network Reviewed

    Xinnan Zhang, Junzo MUNEMOTO, Tetsu YOSHIDA, Hiroaki TAKAI, Katsuhiko HIRANO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   76 ( 669 )   2083 - 2091   2011.08

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  • Comparison of Workers' Stay and Movement in Territorial and Non-territorial Workplaces: An Analysis Using a UWB Sensor Network Reviewed

    Xinnan Zhang, Junzo Munemoto, Tetsu Yoshida, Takashi Izato

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   10 ( 2 )   335 - 342   2011.05

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  • Comparison of Workers' Stay and Movement in Territorial and Non-territorial Workplaces: An Analysis Using a UWB Sensor Network

    Xinnan Zhang, Junzo Munemoto, Tetsu Yoshida, Takashi Izato

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   10 ( 2 )   335 - 342   2011.05

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  • Analysis of Children's Home Range after School by Using Orbits of the Global Positioning System

    Minami NAGATA, Junzo MUNEMOTO, Tomoyo NAKAMURA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   75 ( 658 )   2809 - 2815   2010.08

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  • Elderly Chinese Couples' Primary Room Use in Urban Apartments

    Xiaoyu Qu, Xinnan Zhang, Tetsu Yoshida

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   9 ( 2 )   363 - 370   2010.05

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  • Behavior Concerning Choosing Workstations in Non-territorial Offices Reviewed

    Xiaoyu Qu, Xinnan Zhang, Takashi Izato, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   9 ( 1 )   95 - 102   2010.05

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  • An Analysis of the Room Use of Elderly Chinese Couples Living in Urban Apartments through Active RFID Technology Reviewed

    Xiaoyu QU, Tetsu YOSIDA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   75 ( 654 )   1825 - 1833   2010.05

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  • An Analysis of the Room Use of Elderly Chinese Couples Living in Urban Apartments through Active RFID Technology

    Xiaoyu QU, Tetsu YOSIDA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   75 ( 654 )   1825 - 1833   2010.05

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  • Elderly Chinese Couples' Primary Room Use in Urban Apartments Reviewed

    Xiaoyu Qu, Xinnan Zhang, Tetsu Yoshida

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   9 ( 2 )   363 - 370   2010.05

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    DOI: 10.3130/jaabe.9.363

  • Behavior Concerning Choosing Workstations in Non-territorial Offices

    Xiaoyu Qu, Xinnan Zhang, Takashi Izato, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   9 ( 1 )   95 - 102   2010.05

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  • Observation on Room-Staying Behavior by Using Active RFID Reviewed

    Xiaoyu QU

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   75 ( 650 )   797 - 804   2010.01

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  • Observations on Primary School Children's Behavior after School by Using the Global Positioning System Reviewed

    SUGIHARA Shohei, MUNEMOTO Junzo

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   9 ( 1 )   171 - 176   2010

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  • Observations on Primary School Children's Behavior after School by Using the Global Positioning System

    SUGIHARA Shohei, MUNEMOTO Junzo

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   9 ( 1 )   171 - 176   2010

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  • Comparison of Territorial and Non-territorial Workspace Usage at an Architecture Design Office Reviewed

    Xinnan ZHANG, Xiaoyu QU, Junzo MUNEMOTO, Takashi IZATO

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   1 ( 1 )   173 - 183   2009.12

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  • Comparison of Territorial and Non-territorial Workspace Usage at an Architecture Design Office

    Xinnan ZHANG, Xiaoyu QU, Junzo MUNEMOTO, Takashi IZATO

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   1 ( 1 )   173 - 183   2009.12

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  • Study on Inference of Combination Rules for Facade Elements by Sensibility Evaluation Using Virtual Reality : Case of Sanneizaka preservation district for groups of historic buildings

    Park Jina, Akihiko Akahori, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   74 ( 636 )   363 - 370   2009.02

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  • Study on Inference of Combination Rules for Facade Elements by Sensibility Evaluation Using Virtual Reality : Case of Sanneizaka preservation district for groups of historic buildings Reviewed

    Park Jina, Akihiko Akahori, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   74 ( 636 )   363 - 370   2009.02

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  • Probabilistic Model of Room-using Behavior of Elderly Living Alone in Detached House Using Active Radio Frequency Identification System Reviewed

    Xiaoyu Qu, Junzo Munemoto

    25th Fuzzy System Symposium   2009

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    DOI: 10.14864/fss.25.0.43.0

  • Knowledge Working Behavior in Workplace Mornitored by UWB Sensor Network System Reviewed

    Zhang Xinnan, Munemoto Junzo, Yukawa Kohei

    Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics   2009

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    DOI: 10.14864/fss.25.0.42.0

  • Probabilistic Model of Room-using Behavior of Elderly Living Alone in Detached House Using Active Radio Frequency Identification System

    Xiaoyu Qu, Junzo Munemoto

    25th Fuzzy System Symposium   2009

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  • Knowledge Working Behavior in Workplace Mornitored by UWB Sensor Network System

    Zhang Xinnan, Munemoto Junzo, Yukawa Kohei

    Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics   2009

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  • Designer's evaluation process in simulated design process for interior works using interactive genetic algorithm

    Weixin HUANG, Junzo MUNEMOTO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   73 ( 629 )   1457 - 1462   2008.07

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  • Designer's evaluation process in simulated design process for interior works using interactive genetic algorithm Reviewed

    Weixin HUANG, Junzo MUNEMOTO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   73 ( 629 )   1457 - 1462   2008.07

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  • Evaluation of an Interactive Evolutionary Computation Method for Design of Interior Work by Residents of Beijing Reviewed

    Weixin HUANG, Junzo MUNEMOTO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   73 ( 624 )   295 - 302   2008.02

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.73.295

  • Transition of Level of Anxiety in Wayfinding with Pedestrian Navigation System on Mobile Telephone

    Tetsuya Tatenami, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 608 )   59 - 64   2006.10

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  • Transition of Level of Anxiety in Wayfinding with Pedestrian Navigation System on Mobile Telephone Reviewed

    Tetsuya Tatenami, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 608 )   59 - 64   2006.10

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.71.59_2

  • Multi-ethnic neighbour network in mixed-use building in wanchai, hong kong

    PoFung Matsushita, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 607 )   1 - 7   2006.09

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  • Bi-objective optimization of investment value and co2 emission on photovoltaic integrated roof shape

    Jieli Sui, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   ( 605 )   63 - 70   2006.07

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  • Bi-objective optimization of investment value and co2 emission on photovoltaic integrated roof shape Reviewed

    Jieli Sui, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   ( 605 )   63 - 70   2006.07

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  • Invoking Household Cooperation in the Commons Dilemma of CO_2 Emission Reduction

    Tang Peng, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   5 ( 1 )   99 - 104   2006.05

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  • Invoking Household Cooperation in the Commons Dilemma of CO_2 Emission Reduction Reviewed

    Tang Peng, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   5 ( 1 )   99 - 104   2006.05

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  • Interactive Evolutionary Computation (IEC) Method of Interior Work (IW) Design for Use by Non-design-professional Chinese Residents Reviewed

    Huang Weixin, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   5 ( 1 )   91 - 98   2006.05

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    DOI: 10.3130/jaabe.5.91

  • Interactive Evolutionary Computation (IEC) Method of Interior Work (IW) Design for Use by Non-design-professional Chinese Residents

    Huang Weixin, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   5 ( 1 )   91 - 98   2006.05

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  • Study on Description Methods for Concept of Traditional Facade by Employing Ontology : A case of Sanneizaka preservation district for groups of historic buildings Reviewed

    Atsushi Saito, Junzo Munemoto

    New Frontiers of Architecture and Urbanism in Information Driven Society   4   101 - 105   2006.02

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  • Verification test of goods inspection at university office by using goods-management data-base reference system with IC tag : Comparison with goods inspection by using system with 2-dimensional bar code data and by books

    Tetsu Yoshida, Yuki Takeda, Junzo Munemoto

    New Frontiers of Architecture and Urbanism in Information Driven Society   4   106 - 110   2006.02

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  • Verification test of goods inspection at university office by using goods-management data-base reference system with IC tag : Comparison with goods inspection by using system with 2-dimensional bar code data and by books Reviewed

    Tetsu Yoshida, Yuki Takeda, Junzo Munemoto

    New Frontiers of Architecture and Urbanism in Information Driven Society   4   106 - 110   2006.02

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  • Study on Description Methods for Concept of Traditional Facade by Employing Ontology : A case of Sanneizaka preservation district for groups of historic buildings

    Atsushi Saito, Junzo Munemoto

    New Frontiers of Architecture and Urbanism in Information Driven Society   4   101 - 105   2006.02

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  • Study of the Roof Shape of a Wooden Detached House for Minimization of LCCO_2 Emission by Genetic Algorithm Reviewed

    Jieli Sui, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   4 ( 2 )   399 - 405   2005.11

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    DOI: 10.3130/jaabe.4.399

  • Housing Arrangements in Pursuit of Maximum GFA Under CO_2 Emission Constraint

    Tang Peng, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   4 ( 2 )   355 - 360   2005.11

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  • Study of the Roof Shape of a Wooden Detached House for Minimization of LCCO_2 Emission by Genetic Algorithm

    Jieli Sui, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   4 ( 2 )   399 - 405   2005.11

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  • Housing Arrangements in Pursuit of Maximum GFA Under CO_2 Emission Constraint Reviewed

    Tang Peng, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   4 ( 2 )   355 - 360   2005.11

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  • STUDY ON INFERENCE OF COMBINATION RULES OF FORM ELEMENTS BY SENSIBILITY EVALUATION EMPLOYING ROUGH SET THEORY : A case of Sanneizaka preservation district for groups of historic buildings

    Atsushi Saito, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   70 ( 594 )   85 - 91   2005.08

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  • STUDY ON INFERENCE OF COMBINATION RULES OF FORM ELEMENTS BY SENSIBILITY EVALUATION EMPLOYING ROUGH SET THEORY : A case of Sanneizaka preservation district for groups of historic buildings Reviewed

    Atsushi Saito, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   70 ( 594 )   85 - 91   2005.08

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.70.85_3

  • A Study on Preference of View from Dwelling Units in MRHC with Composition Division of CG Images Reviewed

    HAN Mengzhen, Junzo Munemoto

    日本建築学会計画系論文集   70 ( 588 )   1 - 8   2005.02

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  • A Study on Preference of View from Dwelling Units in MRHC with Composition Division of CG Images Reviewed

    HAN Mengzhen, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   70 ( 588 )   1 - 8   2005.02

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  • A Study on Preference of View from Dwelling Units in MRHC with Composition Division of CG Images

    HAN Mengzhen, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   70 ( 588 )   1 - 8   2005.02

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  • Acquiring Configuration Rules of Form Elements from "Historic" Architectural Facade Employing Inductive Logic Programming Reviewed

    Atsushi Saito, Junzo Munemoto

    New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence   190 - 200   2005

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  • Optimizing Parallel Layout of MRHC to Improve Quality of Views from Dwelling Units with Genetic Algorithm

    HAN Mengzhen, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering Vol. 9 (2010) No. 1 P 95-102   3 ( 2 )   341 - 347   2004.11

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  • A STUDY OF AN ACQUISITION METHOD OF CONFIGURATION RULES OF FORM ELEMENTS OF FACADE ELEVATIONS APPLYING THE INDUCTIVE LOGIC PROGRAMMING : A case of Sanneizaka preservation district for groups of historic buildings

    Atsushi Saito, Junzo Munemoto

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   69 ( 583 )   187 - 193   2004.09

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  • 述語論理の概念を用いた教師図形の形態構成規則の記述

    宗本順三

    日本建築学会計画系論文集   68 ( 568 )   41 - 46   2003.06

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  • 対話型進化計算による形態構成規則の獲得モデル

    宗本順三

    日本建築学会計画系論文集   67 ( 560 )   135 - 142   2002.10

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  • Design Fails

    Daisuke Matsushita( Role: Sole author)

    Kyoto University Press, Academic selection 110  2023.05  ( ISBN:9784814004676

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    Total pages:256   Book type:Scholarly book

  • 情報社会におけるデザインと問題解決

    松下大輔( Role: Joint author)

    2022年度日本建築学会大会(北海道) 情報システム技術部門 研究協議会資料「建築と情報―これからの建築学に向けて」  2022.09 

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    Total pages:91   Responsible for pages:53-58   Book type:Scholarly book

  • Book of Architectural Interior Design

    Daisuke Matsushita( Role: Sole author)

    Denkishoin Ltd.  2020.05  ( ISBN:978-4-485-60040-5

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    Total pages:215   Responsible for pages:215   Book type:Scholarly book

  • CIB World Building Congress 2019 Constructing Smart Cities Sub-Theme 7

    Daisuke Matsushita, et al.( Role: Contributor)

    International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction  2019  ( ISBN:978-962-367-821-6

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    Total pages:294   Responsible for pages:201-212   Book type:Scholarly book

  • Toward Sustainable Urban Infrastructure in East Asia

    KIYOSHI KOBAYASHI, KEBIN HE, KAKUYA MATSUSHIMA, CHENGWEN WANG AND JUNZO MUNEMOTO, DAISUKE MATSUSHITA( Role: Contributor)

    Kyoto University Press  2014.03  ( ISBN:9784876983742

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    Total pages:304   Book type:Scholarly book Participation form:Corresponding Author

  • 知的創造のためのワークプレイス計画ガイドライン

    一般財団法人建築環境・省エネルギー機構( Role: Contributor)

    丸善出版  2013.11  ( ISBN:978-4621087428

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    Total pages:204   Book type:General book, introductory book for general audience

  • 知的創造とワークプレイス

    知的生産性研究コンソーシアム/知的生産性研究委員会( Role: Contributor)

    武田ランダムハウスジャパン  2010.10  ( ISBN:978-4270006078

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    Total pages:160   Responsible for pages:90-113   Book type:General book, introductory book for general audience Participation form:Corresponding Author

  • 都市・建築の感性デザイン工学

    宗本 順三, 堤 和敏, 奧 俊信, 井上 容子, 松下 大輔 他( Role: Contributor ,  ガラスファサードのデザインの方法)

    朝倉書店  2008.09  ( ISBN:978-4254266351

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    Total pages:191   Responsible for pages:86-92   Book type:Scholarly book Participation form:Corresponding Author

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MISC

  • Management of medical staff utilizing sensing technology: Development of a nursing activities measurement method with ultrasound positioning

    Toshiro KUMAKAWA,Ikue ICHIKAWA,Ryouko ODAWARA, Etsuko ISOKAWA,Tetsuro YAMASHITA

    Journal of the National Institute of Public Health   62 ( 1 )   68 - 80   2013

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    Publishing type:Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (scientific journal)  

  • 医療福祉建築の火災対策に関する調査研究 Reviewed

    河合 慎介, 石垣 文, 小池 志保子, 松下 大輔, 藤原 寛, 村瀬 慶征, 河口 豊, 今井 正次, 研究班

    (一社)日本医療福祉建築協会 医療福祉建築   ( 188 )   28 - 29   2015.07( ISSN:1349-7561

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  • Management of medical staff utilizing sensing technology: Development of a nursing activities measurement method with ultrasound positioning Reviewed

    Toshiro KUMAKAWA,Ikue ICHIKAWA,Ryouko ODAWARA, Etsuko ISOKAWA,Tetsuro YAMASHITA

    Journal of the National Institute of Public Health   62 ( 1 )   68 - 80   2013

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    Publishing type:Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (scientific journal)   Kind of work:Single Work  

Presentations

  • 寝室の自然光制御により目覚めの質は向上するか?

    王 暁鋭, 松下 大輔

    第46回情報・システム・利用・技術シンポジウム  2023.12  日本建築学会

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    Venue:建築会館  

  • 郊外住宅団地における住民主導の歩行習慣による移動機能向上

    顧洋成, 松下大輔

    2023年度日本建築学会大会大会(近畿)  2023.09  日本建築学会

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    Venue:京都大学  

  • Design fails Invited Domestic conference

    Daisuke Matsushita

    The 24th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for Office Studies  2023.09  Japan Society for Office Studies

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Venue:Osaka Metropolitan University  

  • Workspace for Female Telecommuters with Childcare Living in an Urban Apartment House Invited Domestic conference

    Mayu Yoshimoto, Daisuke Matsushita

    2023.07 

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    Presentation type:Poster presentation  

  • マイクロ波レーダーと脳波眼電位計測による睡眠覚醒の非接触判定手法 Domestic conference

    王暁鋭, 松下大輔

    日本建築学会大会(北海道)学術講演会  2022.09  日本建築学会

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:北海道科学大学  

  • Care Staff Circulation Measurement in Short-Term Care Institution by Bluetooth Low Energy Positioning International conference

    Daisuke Matsushita

    The 12th International Space Syntax Symposium  2019.07 

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    Presentation type:Poster presentation  

  • Relationship between night-shift nursing staff's service years and circulation line using indoor positioning system Domestic conference

    2019.06 

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  • Nursing Activities Measurement in Medical Welfare Facility by Bluetooth Low Energy Positioning International conference

    Daisuke Matsushita

    The International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB) World Building Congress 2019 – Constructing Smart Cities  2019.06 

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    Presentation type:Poster presentation  

  • Nursing activities measurement by Bluetooth Low Energy positioning International conference

    Daisuke Matsushita, Atsushi Takizawa

    ISAIA2018, The 12th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia, Pyeongchang Alpensia, Gangwon, Korea  2018.10 

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  • デザインと間違い Domestic conference

    松下大輔

    15th Design Forum  2018.04 

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    Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

  • 施設内行動計測によるビッグデータの活用とスマート化 Domestic conference

    松下大輔

    第4回 杉本・阿倍野ライフサイエンス談話会  2018.03 

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    Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

  • 医療福祉施設内のスタッフや利用者のBluetooth Low Energyによる動線計測手法 Domestic conference

    松下大輔

    大阪府立大学・大阪市立大学 ニューテクフェア2017  2017.12 

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  • 東日本大震災による岡山県と大阪府の広域避難者の生活実態の比較 Domestic conference

    近藤玲, 松下大輔

    日本建築学会大会学術講演  2017.09 

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  • 深層学習のレビュー Domestic conference

    松下大輔

    感性予測デザイン小委員会第3回シンポジウム  2016.11 

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    Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

  • BLEによる建物内の人員行動計測技術の開発 Invited Domestic conference

    松下大輔

    一般財団法人日本建設情報総合センター 第14回研究助成事業成果報告会  2016.11 

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Works

  • Renovation of Kousha Heights Aioi Type A unit

    Daisuke Matsushita, Shushi Doi

    2022.12
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    Now

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    Work type:Architectural work   Location:1-4, Aioi-dori, Abeno Ward, Osaka City  

  • Kobe Housing Corporation Renovation of vacant houses for families raising children

    Daisuke Matsushita

    2022.11
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    2022.12

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    Work type:Architectural work  

Outline of collaborative research (seeds)

  • Improving quality of life based on behavioral measurement

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    Elucidate the built environment to improve quality of life by measuring and investigating human behavior and psychology

  • Architectural planning that maximizes return on investment

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    Elucidation of architectural planning methods that maximize profitability

  • Renovation of vacant houses

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    Clarification of optimal methods for renovation of vacant houses based on occupancy intention surveys, real estate database surveys.

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

  • 日中活動および居室環境とミリ波睡眠計測による睡眠の質向上

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2023

  • 日中活動および居室環境とミリ波睡眠計測による睡眠の質向上

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2022

  • 日中活動および居室環境とミリ波睡眠計測による睡眠の質向上

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2021

  • 医療福祉施設利用者の行動計測によるウェルネス向上

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2020

  • 医療福祉施設利用者の行動計測によるウェルネス向上

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2019

  • Encouragement of wellness of nursing home users by Bluetooth Low Energy positioning

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2018

  • 岡山県内避難者の持続的定住の要因の研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)  2017

  • 岡山県内避難者の持続的定住の要因の研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)  2016

  • 岡山県内避難者の持続的定住の要因の研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)  2015

  • 岡山県母子避難世帯の生活実態と定住意向の研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(B)  2014

  • 岡山県母子避難世帯の生活実態と定住意向の研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(B)  2013

  • アクセシビリティの視点による地域医療提供体制の再構築に関する包括的研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(A)  2011

  • ワーカーの行動計測に基づくワークプレイスの評価の研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2010

  • 中国型の居住空間計画技術の研究

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(A)  2008.04

  • 屋内生活行動調査に基づく確率モデルを用いた家族・行為・空間に関する人間行動の研究 研究課題

    Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(A)  2007.04

  • 都心集合住宅の供給が都市のコンパクト化に果す役割の研究 研究課題

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B)  2006.04

  • 都市空間での子供の生活行動・時間・空間の基本データの把握の研究

    萌芽研究  2006.04

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Other subsidies, etc.

  • Better life of wellness in nursing home by Bluetooth Low Energy positioning

    Japan Science and Technology Agency  2017.12

  • 地域包括ケア分野のデータに内在する偏在分布構造の同定とそれを活用 した都市施策支援 ―福祉と食栄養の大阪市の区分データを事例に―

    大学  2017.04

  • BLEによる建物内の人員行動計測技術の開発

    未設定  2015.04

  • 住居内行動確率モデルの構築

    未設定  2007.04

  • 住居内生活行動確率モデルによるユニバーサルデザインの研究

    未設定  2006.04

Charge of on-campus class subject

  • インテリア計画学

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 居住環境学概論

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 設計インターンシップ3

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 設計インターンシップ2

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 設計インターンシップ1

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 修士研究演習1

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 居住空間設計学系特論

    2023   Weekly class   Graduate school

  • 前期特別研究

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 前期特別研究

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 博士論文

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 後期特別研究

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 卒業研究

    2023   Intensive lecture   Undergraduate

  • 設計製図Ⅲ

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 建築計画学

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 設計製図2

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 住居学概論(製図を含む)

    2023   Intensive lecture   Undergraduate

  • 研究計画演習

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 修士研究演習2

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

  • 計画(設計系)演習

    2023   Intensive lecture   Graduate school

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Social Activities

  • 集合住宅空き住戸再生

    Role(s): Consultant, Planner, Investigater

    大阪市住宅供給公社  2022.12 - Now

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    Type:Cooperation with government and educational institutions

  • 自発的な歩行を促す都市建築計画

    Role(s): Consultant, Official expert, Planner, Logistic support, Investigater

    富田林市寺池台ボランティアグループ  2019 - Now

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    SDGs:

    Type:Investigation, survey

    Number of participants:50(人)

Job title

  • Job title within the department

    Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology 

    副研究院長  2024.04

  • Job title within the department

    School of Human Life and Ecology 

    副学部長  2024.04

  • Job title within the department

    Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology 

    副研究科長  2024.04

  • Job title within the department

    Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology Division of Human Life and Ecology 

    専攻長  2022.04 - 2024.03