## 英文論文

1952-1959｜ 1960-1969 ｜ 1970-1979 ｜ 1980-1989 ｜ 1990-2010

### 1952-1959

- Note on the decision problem. (with K. Matusita)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 4, (1952) 11-14. - On a matching problem. (with C. Hayashi)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.4, (1953) 55-64. - An approximation to the density function.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 6, (1954) 127-132. - Decision rules, based on the distance, for the problems of independence, invariance and two samples. (with K. Matusita)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 7, (1955) 67-80. - Monte Carlo method applied to the solution of simultaneous linear equations.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 7, (1955) 107-113. - On the distribution of the product of two Gdistributed variables.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 8, (1956) 53-54. - On a zero-one process and some of its applications.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 8, (1956) 87-94. - On optimum character on von Neumann's Monte Carlo model.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 7 (1956) 183-193. - On ergodic property of a tandem type queueing process.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 9, (1957) 13-21. - On a computation method for eigenvalue problems and its application to statistical analysis.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.10, (1958) 1-20. - On a successive transformation of probability distribution and its application to the analysis of the optimum gradient method.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 11, (1959) 1-16. - On the statistical control of the gap process.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 10, (1959) 233-259.

### 1960-1969

- Analysis of the effect of timing-error on the frequency characteristics of sampled-data.
*Proceedings of the 10th Japan National Congress for Appl. Mech.*, (1960) 387-389. - Effect of timing-error on the power spectrum of sampled data.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 11, (1960) 145-165. - On a min-max theorem and some of its application. (with Y. Saigusa)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.12, (1960) 1-5. - On a limiting process which asymptotically produces
*f*--2 spectral density.*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 12, (1960) 7-11. - Undamped oscillation of the sample autocovariance function and the effect of prewhitening operation.
*Ann. Inst Statist. Math.*, Vol. 13, (1961) 127-143. - Analytical studies on fluctuations found in time series of daily milk yield. (with H. Matsumoto and Y. Saigusa),
*National Institute of Animal Health Quartetly*, Vol.2, (1962) 161-171. - On the design of lag window for the estimation of spectra.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 14, (1962) 1-21. - On the statistical estimation of frequency response function. (with Y. Yamanouchi)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 14, (1962) 23-56. - Some estimation of vehicle suspension system's frequency response by cross-spectral method. (with I. Kaneshige)
*Proceedings of the 12th Japan National Congress for Appl. Mech.*, (1962) 24-244. Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Japan National Committee for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics science Council of Japan. - Statistical measurement of frequency response function.
*Supplement III, Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, (1964) 5-17. - An analysis of statistical response of backrash. (with I. Kaneshige)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Supplement III, (1964) 99-102. - On the statistical estimation of the frequency response function of a system having multiple input.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.17, (1965) 185-210. - Note on the higher order spectra.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 18, (1966) 123-126. - On the use of non-Gaussian process in the identification of a linear dynamic system.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 18, (1966) 269-276. - Some problems in the application of the cross-spectral method.
*Spectral Analysis of Time Series*(B. Harris ed.) John Wiley, (1967) 81-107. - On the use of an index of bias in the estimation of power spectra.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 20, (1968) 55-69. - Low pass filter design.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 20, (1968) 271-297. - On the use of a linear model for the identification of feedback systems.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 20, (1968) 425-439. - A method of statistical identification of discrete time parameter linear systems.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 21, (1969) 225-242. - Fitting autoregressive models for prediction.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 21, (1969) 243-247. - Implementation of computer control of a cement rotary kiln through data analysis. (with T. Otomo and T. Nakagawa)
*Preprints, Tech. Session 66, Fourth Congress of IFAC*, Warszawa, June (1969) 115-140. - Load history effects on structural fatigue. (with S. R. Swanson)
*Proc. Institute of Environmental Sciences*, (1969) 66-77. - Power spectrum estimation through autoregressive model fitting.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 21, (1969) 407-419.

### 1970-1979

- Statistical predictor identification.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol..22, (1970) 203-217. - A fundamental relation between predictor identification and power spectrum estimation.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol. 22, (1970) 219-223. On a decision procedure for system identification.*Preprints, IFAC Kyoto Symposium on System Engineering Approach to Computer Control*, (1970) 485-490. - On a semi-automatic power spectrum estimation procedure.
*Proc.3rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences*, (1970) 974-977. Autoregressive model fitting for control.*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.23, (1971) 163-180. - Automatic data structure search by the maximum likelihood.
*Computers in Biomedicine, Supplement to Proc.5th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences*, Western Periodicals Company (1972) 99-101. - Statistical approach to computer control of cement rotary kilns. (with T. Otomo and T. Nakagawa)
*Automatica*, Vol. 8, (1972) 35-48. - Use of an information theoretic quantity for statistical model identification.
*Proc. 5th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences*, Western Periodicals Co., (1972) 249-250. - Block Toeplitz matrix inversion.
*SIAM J. Appl. Math.*, Vol. 24, (1973) 234-241. - Information theory and an extension of the maximum likelihood principle.
*Proc. 2nd International Symposium on Information Theory*(B. N. Petrov and F. Csaki eds.) Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, (1973) 267-281. (Reproduced in Breakthroughs in Statistics, Vol.Ⅰ Foundations and Basic Theory, S..Kotz and N. L. Johnson eds., Springer-Verlag, New York, (1992) 610-624.) - Maximum likelihood estimation of structural parameters from random vibration data. (with W. Gersch and N. N. Nielsen),
*Journal of Sound and Vibration*, (1973) 31(3), 295-308. - Maximum likelihood identification of Gaussian autoregressive moving average models.
*Biometrika*, Vol.60, (1973) 255-265. - Stochastic theory of minimal realization.
*IEEE Trans. Automat. Contrl.*, AC-19, (1974) 667-674. - A new look at the statistical model identification.
*IEEE Trans. Automat. Contrl.*, AC-19, No. 6, (1974) 716-723. - Markovian representation of stochastic processes and its application to the analysis of autoregressive moving average processes.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.26, (1974) 363-387. - Markovian representation of stochastic processes by canonical variables.
*SIAM J. Control*, 13, (1975) 162-173. - TIMSAC-74, A time series analysis and control program package (1), (with E. Arahata and T. Ozaki).
*Computer Sciences Monographs*, No. 5, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, March, (1975). - TIMSAC-74, A time series analysis and control program package (2). (with E. Arahata and T. Ozaki)
*Computer Science Monographs*, No.~6, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, (1976). - An objective use of Bayesian models.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.29, (1977) 9-20. - An extension of the method of maximum likelihood and the Stein's problem.
*Ann. Inst. Math.*, Vol.29, (1977) 153-164. - Canonical correlation analysis of time series and the use of an information criterion.
*System identification: Advances and Case studies*, D. G. Lainiotis and R. K. Mehra eds., Academic Press, (1977) 27-96. - Information and statistical model building.
*Towards a Plant of Actions for Mankind*, Vol.~4, M.~Marois, ed., Pergamon Press, Oxford, (1977) 147-151. - On entropy maximization principle. P. R. Krishnaiah, ed.,
*Applications of Statistics*, North-Holland Publishing Company, (1977) 27-41. - On the statistical model of the Chandler Wobble. (with M .Ooe and Y. Kaneko),
*Publications of the International Latitude Observatory*, Vol.9, No.1, (1977). - Spectrum estimation through parametric model fitting.
*Stochastic Problems in Dynamics*, B. L. Clarkson, ed., Pitman Publishing, London, (1977) 348-363. - A Bayesian analysis of the minimum AIC procedure.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.,*Vol.30, A, (1978) 9-14. - Analysis of cross classified data by AIC. (with Y. Sakamoto)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.30, B, (1978) 185-197. - A new look at the Bayes Procedure.
*Biometrika*, Vol.~65, (1978) 53--59. - A procedure for the modeling of non-stationary time series. (with G.~Kitagawa)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.30, No.2, B, (1978) 351-363. - Comments on model structure testing in system identification.
*Int. J. Control*, Vol.27, (1978) 323-324. - Covariance matrix computation of the state variable of a stationary Gaussian process.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*30, (1978) Part B, 499-504. - Galthy, a probability density estimator. (with E. Arahata)
*Computer Science Monographs*, No.9, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, (1978). - On newer statistical approaches to parameter estimation and structure determination.
*A Link Between Science and Application of Automatic Control*, Vol.3 (A. Niemi, ed.), Pergamon Press, Oxford, (1978) 1877-1884. - On the likelihood of a time series model.
*The Statistician*, Vol.~27, (1978) 217-235. - Time series analysis and control through parametric models.
*Applied Time Series Analysis*, D. F. Findley, ed., Academic press, NewYork, (1978) 1-23. - Robot data screening of cross-classified data by an information criterion. (with Y. Sakamoto)
*Proceedings of the international conference on cybernetics and society*, Vol.1, IEEE, (1978) 398-403. - A Bayesian extension of the minimum AIC procedure of autoregressive model fitting.
*Biometrika*, 66, 2, (1979) 237-247. (237-242) - Application of optimal control system to a supercritical thermal power plant. (with H. Nakamura, M. Uchida and T. Kitami) 1979 Control of Power Systems Conference Record,
*IEEE*, New York, (1979) 10-14. - TIMSAC-78 (with G. Kitagawa, E. Arahata and F. Tada)
*Computer Science Monographs*, No.11, The Institute od Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, (1979). - On the construction of composite time series models.
*Proceedings of the 42nd Session of the International Statistical Institute,*Vol.1, (1979) 411-422. - Use of statistical identification for optimal control of a supercritical thermal power plant. (with H. Nakamura)
*Identification and System Parameter Identification,*Edited by R. Isermann, Oxford and New York, (1979) 221-232.

### 1980-1989

- A Bayesian approach to the trading-day adjustment of monthly data. (with M. Ishiguro)
*Time Series Analysis*, O. D. Anderson and M. R. Perryman, eds., North-Holland, Amsterdam, (1980) 213-226. - BAYSEA, A Bayesian seasonal adjustment program. (with M. Ishiguro)
*Computer Science Monographs*, No.13, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, (1980). - Seasonal adjustment by a Bayesian modeling.
*Journal of Time Series Analysis*, Vol.1, No.1, (1980) 1-13. - The interpretation of improper prior distributions as limits of data dependent proper prior distributions.
*J. R. Statist. Soc. B*, 42 (1980) 46-52. - Ignorance prior distribution of a hyperparameter and Stein's estimator.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.32, A (1980) 171-179. - Likelihood and the Bayes procedure.
*Bayesian Statistics*, J. M. Bernardo, M. H. DeGroot, D. V. Lindley and A. F. M. Smith, eds., Valencia, Spain; University Press, (1980) 143-166, (discussion 185-203). - On the identification of state space models and their use in control.
*Directions in Time Series*, D. R. Brillinger and G. C. Tiao, eds., The Institute of Mathematical Statistics, California, (1980) 175-187. - On the use of the predictive likelihood of a Gaussian model,
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, 32, (1980), Part A, 311-324. - Trend estimation with missing observation. (with M.~Ishiguro)
*Ann.~Inst.~Statist.~Math.*, Vol.~32, B (1980) 481-488. - Likelihood of a model and information criteria.
*Research Memorandum*No.183, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, March, (1980). *Journal of Econometrics*, Vol.16, (1981) 3-14.- Modern development of statistical methods.
*Trends and Progress in System Identification,*P. Eykhoff, ed., Pergamon Press, Oxford, (1981) 169-184. - On the fallacy of the likelihood principle.
*Statistics and Probability Letters*, Vol.1, (1981) 75-78. - On TIMSAC-78. (with G. Kitagawa)
*Applied Time Series Analysis II*, D. F. Findley, ed., (1981) 499-547. - Recent development of statistical methods for spectrum estimation.
*Recent Advances in EEG and EMG Data Processing*, N. Yamaguchi and K. Fujisawa, eds., Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press, Amsterdam, (1981) 63-78. - Statistical identification for optimal control of supercritical thermal power plants. (with H. Nakamura),
*Automatica*, Vol.17, No.1, (1981) 143-155. - Statistical information processing system for prediction and control.
*Scientific Information Systems in Japan*, H.~Inoue, ed., North-Holland, Amsterdam, (1981) 237-241. - On linear intensity models for mixed doubly stochastic Poisson and self-exciting point processes. (with Y. Ogata)
*J. R. Statist. Soc. B*, 44, (1982) 102-107. - The application of linear intensity models to the investigation of causal relations between a point process and another stochastic process. (with Y. Ogata and K. Katsura)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.34, B, (1982) 373-387. - A quasi Bayesian approach to outlinear detection. (with G. Kitagawa)
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.34, B, (1982) 389-398. - A Bayesian approach to the analysis of earth tides. (with M. Ishiguro, H. Ooe and S. Nakai)
*Proceedings of the Ninth Internation Symposium on Earth Tides,*J. T. Kuo, ed., (1983) 283-292. - Comparative study of the X-11 and BAYSEA procedures of seasonal adjustment.
*Applied Time Series Analysis of Economic Data*, Amold Zellner, ed., Economic Research Report ER-5, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, (1983) 17-30. - Information measures and model selection.
*Proc. 44th Session of the International Statistical Institute*, Vol.1, (1983) 277-291. - On minimum information prior distribution.
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.*, Vol.35, A, (1983) 139-149. - Statistical inference and measurement of entropy.
*Scientific Inference, Data Analysis, and Robustness*, Academic Press, Ins., (1983) 165-189. - Comment,
*Journal of Business and Economic Statistics,*Vol.2, No.4, (1984) 321-322. - On the use of Bayesian models in time series analysis.
*Robust and Nonlinear Time Series Analysis*, J. Franke, W. Hardle and D. Martin, eds., Springer-Verlag, New York, (1984) 1-16. - Prediction and entropy.
*A Celebration of Statistics*, A. C. Atkinson and E. Fienberg, eds., Springer-Verlag, New York, (1985) 1-24. - TIMSAC-84 Part 1 and 2. (with T. Ozaki
*et al*.)*Computer Science Monographs*, No.22 and 23, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, (1985). - Autoregressive models provide stochastic descriptions of homeostatic processes in the body. (with T. Wada and E. Kato)
*Japanese Journal of Nephrology,*Vol.28, (1986) 263-268. - Frequency dependency of causal factors for hypertension in hemodialysis patients. (with T. Wada, S. Sudoh and E. Kato)
*Japanese Journal of Nephrology,*Vol. 28, (1986) 1237-1243. - The selection of smoothness priors for distributed lag estimation.
*Bayesian Inference and Decision Techniques with Applications: Essays in Honor of Bruno de Finetti*, P.K.Goel and A. Zellner, eds., North-Holland, Amsterdam, (1986) 109-118. - Use of statistical models for time series analysis.
*Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing*, ICASSP 86, Tokyo, IEEE, (1986) 3147--3155. - Some reflections on the modeling of time series.
*Time Series and Econometric Modeling,*I. B. MacNeill and G. J. Umphrey, eds., Reidel, Dordrecht, (1987) 13-28. - Comment on "Prediction of future observations in growth curve models" by C. R. Rao.
*Statistical Science*, Vol.2, (1987) 464-465. - Factor analysis and AIC.
*Psychometrika*, Vol.3, (1987) 317-332. - Applications of multivariate autoregressive modeling for an analysis of immunologic networks in man. (with T.Wada, Y. Yamada and E. Udagawa)
*Computers & Mathematics with Applications*, Vol.15, (1988) 713-722. - Application of the multivariate autoregressive model.
*Advances in Statistical Analysis and Statistical Computing*, Vol.2, R. S. Mariano, ed., JAI Press Inc., Greenwich, Connecticutt, (1989) 43-58. - Bayesian modeling for time series analysis.
*Advances in Statistical Analysis and Statistical Computing*, Vol.2, R. S. Mariano, ed., JAI Press Inc., Greenwich, Connecticutt, (1989) 59-69. - DALL: Davidon's algorithm for log likelihood maximization ― A Fortran subroutine for statistical model builders―. (with M. Ishiguro)
*Computer Science Monographs,*No.25, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, (1989).

### 1990-2010

- Comment on "The unity and diversity of probability" by Glenn Shafer.
*Statistical Science*, Vol.~5, (1990) 444-446. - Experiences on the development of time series models.
*Proceedings of the First US/JAPAN Conference on The Frontiers of Statistical Modeling: An Informational Approach*, Vol.1, H. Bozdogan, ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, (1994) 33-42. - Implications of informational point of view on the development of statistical science.
*Proceedings of the First US/JAPAN Conference on The Frontiers of Statistical Modeling: An Informational Approach*, Vol.3, H. Bozdogan, ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, (1994) 27-38. - On the Art of Modeling; Illustrated with the Analysis of the Golf Swing Motion.
*GenomeInformatics*,14, (2003) 263-265, - Making statistical thinking more productive,
*Ann. Inst. Statist. Math.,*Vol.62, No1, Springer, (2010) 3-9.