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Journal Papers
 
● 2008
 
 
  • Junji Nakano, Yoshikazu Yamamoto, Ikunori Kobayashi, and Takeshi Fujiwara. Computer technology and statistical analysis software: From the viewpoint of developing a statistical system Jasp (in Japanese). Journal of the Japan Statistical Society, Japanese Issue, 38(1):59–69, 2008.
 
 
● 2007
 
 
  • Takeshi Fujiwara, Junji Nakano, and Yoshikazu Yamamoto. Using mathematical expressions in a statistical language. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 52(2):650–662, 2007.
  • Keisuke Honda and Junji Nakano. 3 dimensional parallel coordinate plot (in Japanese). Proceedings of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 55(1):69–83, 2007.
  • Ikunori Kobayashi, Yoshikazu Yamamoto, Junji Nakano, and Jung Jin Lee. Multivariate geographical data visualization using linked statistical graphics (in Japanese). Proceedings of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 55(1):113–124, 2007.
  • Yoshikazu Yamamoto, Junji Nakano, and Keisuke Honda. A Java library for statistical graphs using design patterns (in Japanese). Proceedings of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 55(1):27–45, 2007.
 
 
● 2006
 
 
  • Ikunori Kobayashi, Junji Nakano, Yoshikazu Yamamoto, and Takeshi Fujiwara. Implementing data mining functions on a Java-based statistical system (in Japanese). Bulletin of the Computational Statistics of Japan, 18(1):15–25, 2006.
 
 
● 2004
 
 
  • Junji Nakano, Moon Yul Huh, Yoshikazu Yamamoto, Takeshi Fujiwara, and Ikunori Kobayashi. Adding visualization functions of DAVIS to Jasp: Mixing two Java-based statistical systems. Computational Statistics, 19(1):137–146, 2004.

 
 
● 2003
 
 
  • Ikunori Kobayashi, Takeshi Fujiwara, Junji Nakano, and Yoshikazu Yamamoto. Extensibilities of a java based statistical system. Journal of the Japanese Society of Computational Statistics, 15(2):183–192, 2003.
 
 
● 2002
 
 
  • Yamamoto, Y., Nakano, J., Distributed processing functions of a time series analysis system, Journal of Japanese Society of Computational Statistics, Vol.15 No.1, pp.65-77
  • Yoshikazu Yamamoto and Junji Nakano. Distributed processing functions of a time series analysis system. Journal of the Japanese Society of Computational Statistics, 15(1):65–77, 2002. Yoshikazu Yamamoto and Junji Nakano. An object–based graphical user interface for time series analysis. Computational Statistics, 17(3):203–213, 2002.
  • Yoshikazu Yamamoto, Junji Nakano, Takeshi Fujiwara, and Ikunori Kobayashi. A mixed user interface for a statistical system. Computational Statistics, 17(3):379–393, 2002.
  • Ikunori Kobayashi, Takeshi Fujiwara, Junji Nakano, and Yoshikazu Yamamoto. A procedural and object-oriented statistical language. Computational Statistics, 17(3):395–410, 2002.
 
 
● 2001
 
 
  • Takeshi Fujiwara, Junji Nakano, Yoshikazu Yamamoto, and Ikunori Kobayashi. A statistical analysis system Jasp written in the Java language (in Japanese). Proceedings of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 49(2):333–343, 2001.
  • Ikunori Kobayashi, Junji Nakano, and Katsumasa Watanabe. Regression analysis supporting system based on extended objects (in Japanese). Bulletin of the Computational Statistics of Japan, 14(2):95–110, 2001.
  • Takeshi Fujiwara, Junji Nakano, Yoshikazu Yamamoto, and Ikunori Kobayashi. An implementation of a statistical language based on Java. Journal of the Japanese Society of Computational Statistics, 14(1):59–67, 2001.
 
 
● 1997
 
  • Junji Nakano and Kennth White. WWW interface of the statistical package SHAZAM (in Japanese). Proceedings of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 45(1):41–47, 1997.
  • Ikunori Kobayshi and Junji Nakano. Programming language of a regression analysis supporting system RASS (in Japanese). Proceedings of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 45(1):1–11, 1997.
 
● 1995
 
  • Yamamoto Yoshikazu, Junji Nakano, and Yoshiyasu Tamura. Porting TIMSAC72 for MSWindows to UNIX (in Japanese). Proceedings of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 43(2):285–292, 1995.
 
● 1991
 
  • Yoshikazu Yamamoto, Masafumi Okada, and Junji Nakano. A knowledge-based multiple regression analysis supporting system (in Japanese). Japanese Journal of Applied Statistics, 20, 1991.
 
● 1989
 
  • Junji Nakano and Shigemi Tagami. A test for the presence of pure feedback in multivariate dynamic stochastic systems. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 41(4):765–779, 1989.
 
● 1988
 
  • Junji Nakano and Shigemi Tagami. Delay estimation by a Hilbert transform method. The Australian Journal of Statistics, 30(2):217–227, 1988.
 
● 1987
 
  • Junji Nakano and Shigemi Tagami. The asymptotic behaviour of the sample autocovariance function for an autoregressive integrated moving average process. Journal of the Japan Statistical Society, 17(2):31–38, 1987.
  • Junji Nakano and Shigemi Tagami. Order selection of a multivariate autoregressive model by a modification of the FPE criterion. International Journal of Control, 45(2):589–596, 1987.
  • Junji Nakano and Shigemi Tagami. Estimation of parameters of a multivariate moving average model from estimates of the inverse autocovariance function. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 16(1):181–192, 1987.
 
● 1983
 
  • Junji Nakano and Shigemi Tagami. Detection of a closed loop in statistical dynamic systems (in Japanese). SICE Journal, 19(4):286–292, 1983.
 
● 1982
 
  • Junji Nakano and Shigemi Tagami. On the variance of the sample autocovariance function for a Gaussian once integrated first order moving average process. Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, 11(5):637–639, 1982.
  • Junji Nakano. Parameter estimation of an autoregressive moving average model. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 34(1):83–90, 1982.
   
   
   

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