Reference

Regarding base research results of our service, please refer to following literatures.

2012 New Journal of Physics The‘hit’phenomenon: a mathematical model ofhuman dynamics interactions as a stochasticprocess Akira Ishii, Hisashi Arakaki, Naoya Matsuda,Sanae Umemura, Tamiko Urushidani, Naoya Yamagata and Narihiko Yoshida
2011 Oxford Journals,Progress of Theoretical Physics Supp,Volume 194 Revenue Prediction of a Local Event Using the Mathematical Model of Hit Phenomena Akira Ishii,Takehiro Matsumoto and Shinji Miki
2008 Japan Society for Software Science and Technology, Special Interest Group on Emergent Intelligence on Network Mathematical Model for Hit Phenomena
Simulation vs. observation for movie entertainment
Akira Ishii, Sanae Umemura, Takafumi Hayashi, Naoya Matsuda, Hisafumi Arakaki, Ken Nakagawa, Narihiko Yoshida
2006 Faculty of Engineering, Tottori University, Research Paper Vol.37 (Consecutive number of Vol.40) Mathematical model for hit phenomena and marketing science Akira Ishii, Narihiko Yoshida, Hisafumi Arakaki, Fumi Yamazaki
2006 Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Workshop“Econophysics II” Research Paper Building mathematical model for hit phenomena Akira Ishii, Narihiko Yoshida, Hisafumi Arakaki, Fumi Yamazaki
2005 Faculty of Engineering, Tottori University, Research Paper Vol.36 (2005) 71 Mathematical model of hits Akira Ishii, Narihiko Yoshida

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