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  • Assessment Model for Effects of Disruption of Utility Lifelines due to Earthquake in Consideration of Countermeasures by Suppliers and Users  [in Japanese]

    NOJIMA Nobuoto

    … time-dependent activity levels normalized to 1 at nonnalcy are evaluated for each disruption pattern considering acceptable outage time due to back-ups. …

    Journal of Social Safety Science 15, 153-162, 2011-11-01

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  • Report on upgrade of NIS magnetic observatories by the INTAS infrastructure action CRENEGON


    … The following aspects are discussed: application for funding to the INTAS European ad-hoc agency, choice of observatories to upgrade, choice of the instrumentation to purchase and to install, calibration of the instrumentation and used standards, back-ups, installation of the instrumentation and observatory real estate upgrade, acquisition and communication, training of the observers and documentation, evaluation of the upgrades and management of the project. …

    Earth, Planets and Space 58(6), 717-722, 2006-06-01

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  • Human Performance Analysis and Engineering Guidelines for Designing Graphical Network Management Interfaces

    MASE Kenichi , CUNNINGHAM James P. , CANTOR Judy , KAWANO Hiromichi , ROTELLA Joseph , OKAZAKI Tetsuo , LIPETZ Timothy J. , HATAKEYAMA Yuji

    … The most informative appeared to be the time required to complete a path (the response time), and how often subjects returned to previous portions of a path (back-ups) . …

    IEICE Trans. Commun. 79(10), 1491-1499, 1996-10-25

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  • Evaluation of Manipulation for Identifying a Route on the Network Map  [in Japanese]

    Okazaki Tetsuo

    … The experiments showed that node area ratio, a good measure of network complexity, must be less than 0.5 to achieve good response time, less than 0.4 to achieve an acceptable number of back-ups, and less than 0.7 to achieve a high success rate. …

    IEICE technical report. Pattern recognition and understanding 95(164), 49-54, 1995-07-20

  • Patron-Client Relationships in the Process of Institutionalization:Where is the CIS Going?

    MINAGAWA Shugo

    … In conclusion, whether the clientelism is functional or dysfunctional to the political system of transitional period was discussed.<br>A patron-client relationship is an alliance between two persons of unequal status, power or resources, each of whom finds it useful to have as an ally someone superior or inferior to himself.<br>Under the Soviet regime, clientelist operations were accommodated, if not ideologically, by peculiar institutional set-ups. …

    International Relations 1993(104), 35-49,L7, 1993


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