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  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241862157

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Architectural Meaning of a River That Connects the Left and Right Sides of Frame, Drawn by Chronic Schizophrenic Patients Based on Landscape Montage Technique : Similarity to Traditional Japanese Space (2011)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241862274

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    • Enclosed Spaces for Seoul and Kaesong based on Feng-Shui (2011)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241862349

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    • Eye Movements while Ascending and Descending Staircases in Koshien Hotel : Comparison with Architecture Studio (2011)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241862403

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Contrastive Characters of Spatial Composition Process between Architecturally Trained and Untrained Students (2011)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241862497

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Functions of Mountains in Visual Composition of Christian Paintings in the Chora Church (2011)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241862762

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • What Can We Gain Through Cultural Exchange? (2011)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241880166

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    • Enclosed Spaces of Ancient Japanese Cites and Watersheds : Analysis of Mountain Ranges and Water Systems of Kyoto, Nara, Dazaifu, and Kamakura Using a Three-dimensional Terrain Model (2013)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241880356

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Types of Rivers with Respect to Frame, Drawn by Turkish Students Based on Landscape Montage Technique (2012)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000241880595

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Functions of Mountains in Visual Composition of Christian Paintings in the Monastery of Hosios Loukas (2012)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000264872783

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Types of Mountains in the Qur'an : With a Focus on the Relationships between God and Man and Mountain (2014)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000264872819

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Significance of the Architectural Space and Mountains in the Christian Art of the Inner Narthex of the Chora Church (2014)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000346916463

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    • Design of Hanshin Electric Railway Naruo Station with Plank Sheets (2016)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000346916479

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Spatial Composition of Buddhist Temples in Central Asia(Part 1)The Transformation of Stupas (2016)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000389967666

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • A Study of Kyomachiya in Comparison with Traditional Safranbolu House (2017)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000389967719

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Analysis of the Characteristic of Composition Elements for the Traditional Townscape by Inductive Logic Programming : Focusing on Bamboo Blinds in the Gionshinbashi District (2017)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000403438523

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Method of visualizing landscapes from tombs of the Final Kofun period with a high-definition three-dimensional model by SfM and three-dimensional GIS : A case study of three tombs in the Kawachi area (2018)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000403438547

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Proposal of Energy-efficient Living Strategies based on Traditional Japanese Environmental Design : the Project of "Kisekae House" (2018)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000403438574

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    • Features of the Heaven in the Qur'an : Focusing on the Relationship between God and Human Beings (2018)
  • Okazaki Shigeyuki ID: 9000403534542

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • 5514 京町家とサフランボルの伝統的住宅の比較研究 (2018)
  • OKAZAKI SHIGEYUKI ID: 9000005509708

    Department of Architecture Faculty of Enginssring Fukui University (1979 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:3

    • A STUDY OF PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT IN ARCHITECTURAL SPACE : PART 1 PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT BY THE APPLICATION OF MAGNETIC MODELS (1979)
    • A STUDY OF PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT IN ARCHITECTURAL SPACE : PART3 ALONG THE SHORTEST PATH, TAKING FIRE, CONGESTION AND UNRECOGNIZED SPACE INTO ACCOUNT (1979)
    • A STUDY OF PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT IN ARCHITECTURAL SPACE : Part 2 : Concentrated Pedestrian Movement (1979)
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