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Recent publications

  1. Chino, N. (2012). A brief survey of asymmetric MDS and some open problems. Behaviormetrika,39,127-165.
  2. Ohsuka, K., Chino, N., Nakagaki, H., Kataoka, I., Oshida, Y., Ohsawa, I., & Sato, Y. (2009). Analysis of risk factors for dental caries in infants: a comparison between urban and rural areas. Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine, 14, 103-110.
  3. Chino, N. (2008). Tests for symmetry in asymmetric MDS. In Shigemasu, K., Okada, A., Imaizumi, T., and Hoshino, T. (Eds.) New Trends in Psychometrics Tokyo: Universal Academy Press.
  4. Saburi, S. and Chino, N. (2008). A maximum likelihood method for an asymmetric MDS model. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 52, 4673-4684.
  5. Chino, N. (2003). Complex difference system models for the analysis of asymmetry. In Yanai, H., Okada, A., Shigemasu, K., Kano, Y., & Meulman, J. J. (Eds.), New Developments in Psychometrics (pp. 479-486). Tokyo: Springer-Verlag.
  6. Chino, N. (2002). Complex space models for the analysis of asymmetry. In S. Nishisato, Y. Baba, H. Bozdogan, & K. Kanefuji (Eds.), Measurement and multivariate analysis (pp. 107-114). Tokyo: Springer-Verlag.
  7. Chino, N. and Shiraiwa, K. (1993). Geometrical structures of some non-distance models for asymmetric MDS. Behaviormetrika, 20, 35-47.
  8. Chino, N. and Nakagawa, M. (1990). A bifurcation model of change in group structure. The Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 29, No.3, 25-38.
  9. Chino, N. (1990). A generalized inner product model for the analysis of asymmetry. Behaviormetrika. 27, 25-46.
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Recent research reports

  1. Chino, N. (2017). Dynamical scenarios of changes in asymmetric relationships over time.Bulletin of The Faculty of Psychological & Physical Science of Aichi Gakuin University, 13, 23-31.
  2. Chino, N. (2011). Asymmetric Multidimentional Scaling - 1.Introduction. Journal of the Institute for Psychological and Physical Science, 3, 101-107.
  3. Chino, N. & Saburi, S.(2010). Controlling the two kinds of error rate in selecting an appropriate asymmetric MDS model. Journal of the Institute for Psychological and Physical Science, 2, 37-42.
  4. Chino, N. (2005). Abnormal behaviors of members predicted by a complex difference system model. Bulletin of The Faculty of Psychological & Physical Science of Aichi Gakuin University, 1, 69-73.
  5. Chino, N. (2000). Complex difference system models of social interaction. - (1) Preliminary considerations and a simulation study. Bulletin of The Faculty of Letters of Aichi Gakuin University, 30, 43-53.
  6. Chino, N. (1999). EFASID - an asymmetric MDS for interval data. Bulletin of The Faculty of Letters of Aichi Gakuin University, 29, 25-34.
  7. Chino, N. (1998). Hilbert space theory in psychology (1) - Basic concepts and possible applications. Bulletin of The Faculty of Letters of Aichi Gakuin University, 28, 45-65.
  8. Chino, N. (1995). The continuing problems in applying ANOVA, MANOVA, GMANOVA to repeated measures design data in psychology and education. Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters of Aichi Gakuin University, 25, 71-96. (in Japanese with English abstract)
  9. Chino, N. (1994). A critical review on and around sphericity tests. Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters of Aichi Gakuin University, 24, 103-119. (in Japanese with English abstract)
  10. Chino, N. (1993). An overview of repeated measures designs. Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters of Aichi Gakuin University, 23, 223-236. (in Japanese)
  11. Chino, N. (1992). Family of scalar product models. In T. Saito (Ed.), Data Analyses of Asymmetrical Relationships (pp.8-28). Hokkaido Behavioral Science Report, Series M, No. 20.
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Books and lectures

Book

  1. Chino, N., Saburi, S., and Okada, K. (2012). Theory and Applications of Asymmetric Multidimensional Scaling. Kyoto: Gendai Sugaku Press. (in Japanese)
  2. Chino, N. (1997). Asymmetric Multidimensional Scaling. Kyoto: Gendai Sugaku Press. (in Japanese)
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Recent conference papers & invited lectures

  1. Chino, N. (2016). A general non-Newtonian n-body problem and dynamical scenarios of solutions. Handout presented at the 31th International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  2. Chino, N. (2014a). A Hilbert state space model for the formation and dissolution of affinities among members in informal groups. Supplement of the paper presented at the workshop on The Problem Solving through the Applications of Mathematics to Human Behaviors by the aid of The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan (pp.1-24).
  3. Chino, N. (2014b). A general non-Newtonian n-body problem and dynamical scenarios of solutions. Proceedings of the 42th annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp.48-51). Tokyo, Japan.
     Chino, N. (2014b). A general non-Newtonian n-body problem and dynamical scenarios of solutions. Handout presented at the 42th annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan, September 3, Sendai, Japan. (partly in Japanese)
  4. Chino, N. (2006). Asymmetric multidimensional scaling and related topics. Invited lecture at the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics. Berlin, Germany. (Additional figures and tables)
  5. Chino, N., & Saburi, S. (2006). Tests of symmetry in asymmetric MDS. Paper presented at the 2nd German Japan Symposium on Classification - Advances in data analysis and related new techniques & applications. Berlin, Germany.
  6. Saburi, S., & Chino, N. (2005). A maximum likelihood method for asymmetric MDS (2). Proceedings of the 33rd annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp.404-407). Nagaoka, Japan.
  7. Chino, N. (2004). Behaviors of members predicted by a special case of a complex difference system model. Proceedings of the 32nd annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp.256-259). Yokohama, Japan.
  8. Saburi, S., and Chino, N. (2004). A maximum likelihood method for asymmetric MDS. Proceedings of the 32th annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp.24-27). Yokohama, Japan.
  9. Chino, N. (2000). Complex space models for the analysis of asymmetry. Paper to be presented at the International Conference on Measurement and Multivariate Analysis. Banff, Canada.
  10. Chino, N. (1999a). A Hermitian form asymmetric MDS for interval datta. Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp. 325-328). Kurashiki, Japan.
  11. Chino, N. (1999b). Implications of HFM for the analysis of asymmetry. Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp. 329-332). Kurashiki, Japan.
  12. Chino, N. (1998). Hilbert space theory in psychology (1) - Basic concepts and possible applications. Bulletin of The Faculty of Letters of Aichi Gakuin University, 28, (in print). Paper presented at a workshop of the 62th annual meeting of The Japanese Psychological Association. Tokyo. Japan.
  13. Chino, N., and Yoshino, R. (1998). Relation between HFM and Sato's asymmetric Minkowski metric model. Proceedings of the 26th annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp. 405-408). Tokyo, Japan.
  14. Chino, N., Grorud, A., and Yoshino, R. (1998). A revised version of GSTATIS. Proceedings of the 26th annual meeting of The Behaviormetric Society of Japan (pp. 409-412). Tokyo, Japan.
  15. Chino, N., Grorud, A., and Yoshino, R. (1996). A complex analysis for two-mode three-way asymmetric relational data. Handout presented at the Fifth Conference of the International Federation of Classification Societies, Kobe Japan.
  16. Chino, N. (1995). Analysis of repeated measures design in education and psychology (2). Proceedings of the 59th annual meeting of the Japanese Psychological Association. Okinawa, Japan. 440. (in Japanese).
  17. Grorud, A., Chino, N., and Yoshino, R. (1995). A complex analysis for three-way asymmetric relational data. Proceedings of the 23th annual meeting of the Behaviormetric Society of Japan. 292-295. Osaka, Japan.
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