• Publications
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The long-term impact of war on mortality: old-age mortality of the First World War survivors in the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • S. Horiuchi
  • Medicine
  • Population bulletin of the United Nations
  • 1983
Mortality tends to rise during war. A number of people are killed in combat, and the hardships of life during war may also increase the number of deaths. Further, warfare usually has some impact onExpand
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Measurement and analysis of cohort-size variations.
  • S. Horiuchi
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Population bulletin of the United Nations
  • 1991
"This article discusses two measures of cohort-size variations: the age-standardized cohort size, and the growth rate of the number of births.... The usefulness of the two measures in analysingExpand
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Assessing the effects of mortality reduction on population ageing.
  • S. Horiuchi
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Population bulletin of the United Nations
  • 1991
"This article presents a new method for decomposing age distribution changes into changes in the number of births and changes in age-specific rates of mortality and migration. The method is developedExpand
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Preliminary results from the VSOP survey program
Abstract Thirty percent of the scientific observing time of the VSOP mission is devoted to surveying the 402 brightest, small-diameter radio sources at 5 GHz. This program is led by scientists inExpand
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Recent trends and prospects in world population growth.
"This article assesses the causes of the stagnation in the declining trend in world population growth rates over the past decade. Three major factors have been identified as contributing to theExpand
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VizieR Online Data Catalog: VSOP 5GHz AGN survey V. (Dodson+, 2008)
Imaging capability of the Mitaka VSOP correlator
Abstract We have made a comparison between data between the Mitaka and Penticton correlators, using VSOP observations of NRAO530 at 1.6 GHz. After calibrating the data with AIPS we find excellentExpand
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