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Present specialized field
Theoretical studies related to particle-, nuclear-, cosmic ray and astro-physics
Numerical calculation of the Goudsmit-Saunderson multiple scattering angular distribution 2: Comparison with the small angle approximation
Simultaneous distribution between the deflection angle and the lateral displacement
under the Moliere theory of multiple scattering
Simulation of electron trajectories in nuclear
emulsion and its application
The joint distribution of the angular and lateral deflections
due to multiple Coulomb scattering with ionization loss
An exact analytical derivation of energy spectra for high-energy cascade electron and photon in strong magnetic fields
Asymptotic properties of energy spectra for high-energy cascade electron and photon in strong magnetic fields
Electromagnetic showers in strong magnetic fields derived analytically assuming simplified cross-sections
Analytical derivation of higher-order terms of Moliere's series and accuracy of Moliere's angular distribution of fast charged particles
Measurement of the cosmic ray spectrum above 10
eV energy regions with
compact EAS arrays at LAAS
Parallel and simultaneous EASs at large distances due to Gerasimova-Zatsepin effects of cosmic ray heavy nuclei
Air Shower Simulation with EGS5
Contrast-enhanced ultrasonography with Sonazoid for the evaluation of bowel ischemia
Cosmic ray composition studies through the Gerasimova-Zatsepin effects of heavy nuclei at LAAS
Linsley's EAS time structure method for the primary cosmic ray spectrum at LAAS
Analytical investigations of electromagnetic cascades in photon gas
Searching for cosmic ray nuclei above the KNEE energies through the Gerasimova-Zatsepin effect with the LAAS experiments
The Anisotropy of Cosmic Ray Pursued with Chaos Analysis
The primary energy spectrum estimation by using Linsley's EAS time structure with a compact air shower array
Numerical calculation of the Goudsmit-Saunderson multiple scattering angular distribution
Simulation studies and implementation of Linsley's EAS time stucture method for the primary cosmic ray spectrum
Simultaneous and multiple EAS Events due to the Gerasimova-Zatsepin Effect with the LAAS Experiments
The energy spectrum of primary cosmic rays estimated by using the arrival time spread of air shower particles
Properties of the Moliere simultaneous distribution
between the deflection angle and the lateral displacement
Charged particle transport calculation with GPU 2
Parallel and Simultaneous EAS events due to Gerasimova-Zatsepin effects observed by LAAS experiments
The energy spectrum of primary cosmic rays obtained by using arrival time spread of air shower particles
Energy spectrum of muon in EAS.
Muon components detected by EAS array and Okayama muon telescope experiments.
Nuclearites search with the TLS detector.
Primary energy spectrum of cosmic rays obtained by arrival time spread of particles in EAS.
The anisotropy of cosmic ray flux in Large Area Air Shower experiments.
The atmospheric muon flux and charge ratio using a magnet spectrometer.
Analytical properties of the Moli`ere simultaneous distribution between the deflection angle and the lateral displacement.
Charged particle transport calculation with GPU.
Numerical Fourier transforms applied to Molière's series function and error analyses with the Takahashi-Mori theory of error evaluation.
Accuracy of numerical functional transforms applied to derive Molière series terms and comparison with analytical results.
Analytical solutions of the Molière series terms of higher orders for multiple Coulomb scattering.
Derivation of the Molière simultaneous distribution between the deflection angle and the lateral displacement.
General solutions of Goldstein expansion and the Molière series function of higher orders.
Molière angular distribution expressed by Goldstein series and its applications.
Molière simultaneous distribution between the deflection angle and the spatial displacement.
Observation of cosmic ray anisotropy with Large Area Air Shower Experiments.
The chemical composition of primary cosmic raysin the energy range ～10
eV from muon energy spectrum with the Okayama muon telescope.
The joint distribution of the angular and lateral deflections due to multiple Coulomb scattering.
Zenith angle distribution and atmospheric effect for EAS with LAAS experiments.
Analysis of Cosmic Ray Anisotropy around 10
eV using Network Observation data of Air Showers.
Atmospheric Muon Measurements using the OKAYAMA Telescope.
Coincidence Observation between EAS array and Muon spectrometer.
Energy Spectrum of Cosmic Ray as derived from GPS-synchronized EAS array experiments.
Search for Nuclearites using TLS Detector at Sea Level.
Search for Simultaneous Parallel EAS Events in Long Baseline EAS Arrays with LAAS.
Comparison of multiple Coulomb scattering distributions: numerical calculation, Molière's theory and Monte Carlo sampling..
Molière's distributions derived from numerical functional transforms and the simultaneous distribution between the deflection angle and the spatial displacement.
The cross-section dividing method and the simultaneous distribution between the deflection angle and the spatial displacement for charged particles penetrating through matters.
Track tracing of charged particles with simultaneous distribution between the deflection angle and the spatial displacement.
1992-2004:search for neutrino burst from collapsing objects with LVD.
A Monte Carlo simulation of underground muon transport.
Estimation of EAS parameters from synchronized compact arrays within 1km baseline.
Goudsmit-Saunderson distribution with ionization described with Molière parameters.
Measurement of two-dimensional dose distribution by TL sheets for the clinical radiotherapy.
Molière angular and lateral distributions with ionization.
Molière lateral distribution with ionization for fast charged particles.
Momentum Spectrum of Muons Associated with Cosmic-Ray Air Shower at Sea Level.
Performance of GPS-synchronized EAS arrays in LAAS experiments.
Search for 10-1000 km range correlations of air showers in LAAS experiment.
Study of the muon-induced neutron background with the LVD detector
The Cosmic Ray Anisotropy Observed by the Large Area Air Shower Experiments.
The EAS time profile measurements in the Large Area Air Shower experiments.
The Observation System of EAS Muon Component with the EAS Array and the Muon Spectrometer.
A fast and accurate sampling of Molière distribution by dividing the scattering cross section.
The cross-section dividing method and a stchastic interpretation of the Molière expansion.
10 years search for neutrino bursts with LVD.
A high-accurate and high-efficient Monte Carlo code by improved Molière functions with ionization.
Analysis of the events recorded by the LVD neutrino detector from large solar flares during high solar activity.
Atmospheric muon measurements at sea level I: The detector.
Atmospheric muon measurements at sea level II: A maximum likelihood analysis.
Atmospheric muon measurements at sea level III: Muon flux.
Atmospheric muon measurements at sea level IV: Muon charge ratio.
Identification problems of muon and electron events in the Super-Kamiokande detector.
Measurement of Energy and Arrival Direction of Air Showers by Synchronized Compact Arrays.
Mechanism of Molière expansion for the angular distribution and improved Molière functions evaluated from the single-scattering splitting model.
Network observation of air showers as cosmic ray interferometer.
Nuclearite Search with the TL Stack Detector at Ground Level.
Observation of coincident air showers over a very large area.
Search for large-scale coincidences in network observation of cosmic ray air showers.
Search for large-scale coincidences of EAS in LAAS experiment.
The Cosmic Ray Intensity Correlation with the Sunspot Number in LAAS Experiments.
The meteorological effects of cosmic ray intensity at sea level observed at multiple EAS arrays in LAAS experiments.
The status and future prospect of the LAAS project.
Atmospheric muon measurements I:Vertical measurements
Atmospheric muon measurements II: Zenith angular dependence
Atmospheric muon measurements III:Azimuthal angular dependence
An altazimuthal countertelescope with a magnet spectrometer II : Measurements of muons at Sea level
Measurements of muons at sea level
Analyses of Muons from the Direction of Cygnus X-3 at Large Zenith Angles : 1992-1996
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