Researchers Database


Last Updated :2023/09/21


Profile and Settings

  • Name (Japanese)

  • Name (Kana)


Research Areas

  • Informatics, Intelligent informatics
  • Humanities & social sciences, Home economics, lifestyle science
  • Humanities & social sciences, Home economics, lifestyle science

Research Experience

  • Apr. 2011, Mar. 2013, 奈良女子大学 生活環境学部 学部長
  • Apr. 2001, Mar. 2013, 奈良女子大学 生活環境学部 教授
  • Oct. 1993, Mar. 2001, 奈良女子大学 生活環境学部 助教授
  • Apr. 1990, Sep. 1993, 奈良女子大学 家政学部 助教授
  • Apr. 1981, Mar. 1990, 工業技術院 繊維高分子材料研究所


  • Apr. 1979, Mar. 1981, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering, システム科学, Japan
  • Mar. 1979, Tokyo Institute of Technology, School of Engineering, Control Engineering

Association Memberships

  • 日本繊維製品消費科学会
  • 日本知能情報ファジィ学会
  • 日本家政学会


Published Papers

  • Refereed, DESCENTE SPORTS SCIENCE, 石本記念デサントスポーツ科学振興財団事務局, Point Cloud Generation from Stereo Vision and Surface Curvature of the Human Body for Garment Design, IMAOKA Haruki, Jun. 2013, 34, 5-12, 12
  • Refereed, Journal of Fiber Bioengineering & Informatics, An Analysis of Emotion Space of Bra by Kansei Engineering Methodology, IMAOKA Haruki; Yuan Xue; Rui Zhang; Yanbo Ji, Apr. 2011, 4, 1, 97-103
  • Refereed, J. of the Japan Res. Assoc. for Textile End-uses, The Japan Research Association for Textile End-Uses, gaussian Sphere for Polyhedron Made from paper Pattern and Recoverable Information, IMAOKA Haruki; Wookyung LEE,

    Because a paper pattern has two dimensions, it is easier to handle than a three-dimensional object. In contrast,it is difficult to assume the three-dimensional shape of a garment based on a paper pattern alone. Its shape must be confirmed by manufacturing a sample or by simulating the garment. In this paper, we propose a method using a Gaussian sphere to visualize “Gaussian curvature” and “meancurvature,“ which are geometric quantities of a three-dimensional shape. Angular defects,i.e., the Gaussian curvature of a polyhedron, are visualized as areas on the Gaussian sphere. This visualization relates to “conversion to the area of the Gaussian curvature“ directly, and provides information on the mean curvature of the Gaussian sphere. In addition, the examples are shown of the basic paper pattern and development charts of the polyhedron, polyhedral model, and Gaussian spheres.

    , Mar. 2011, 52, 3, 181-188, 188, 10.11419/senshoshi.52.3_181
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 多面体を用いた縫合後の立体形状予測法の3次元縫合線が一定の捩れ角をもつ場合への適用, IMAOKA Haruki, Jul. 2010, 51, 7, 568-579
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 布の二次元シミュレーションにおける力の視覚化, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 2010, 51, 1, 55-60
  • Refereed, INTEGRATED UNCERTAINTY MANAGEMENT AND APPLICATIONS, SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN, A Survey of Fuzzy Integrals: Directions for Extensions, Haruki Imaoka, This study describes four directions for extension of various fuzzy integrals based on the Sugeno integral and Choquet integral. Fuzzy theory as well as utility theory is covered as a motivation for these extensions. Further, a new general fuzzy integral is proposed., 2010, 68, 59, 70, International conference proceedings
  • Refereed, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLOTHING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LIMITED, Classification of body shape characteristics of women's torsos using angles, Wookyung Lee; Haruki Imaoka, Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to classify body shapes using angular defects instead of sizes. Design/methodology/approach - A large amount of dimensional data from a national anthropometry survey was analysed, and a basic pattern and its polyhedron were also used to create a three-dimensional body shape from three body sizes. Using this method, the sizes were converted into nine angular defects. Findings - The authors could define the factors explaining body shape characteristics and classify the body shapes into four groups. The four groups could be characterised by two pattern making difficulties of the upper and lower parts of the body as well as by two proportions, of waist girth to bust girth and bust girth to back length. Furthermore, depending on the age, the authors could understand body shape by the angle made. Originality/value - Using a polyhedron model, the angles could be calculated using an enormous existing data set of sizes. An angular defect serves as an index to indicate the degree of difficulty for developing a flat pattern. If an angular defect of the bust is large, it is difficult to make a paper pattern of a bust dart. On the other hand, if an angular defect of the waist is large, it is easy to make a paper pattern of a waist dart. Thus, each body shape could be simultaneously characterized by two difficulty indices and two proportions of sizes., 2010, 22, 4, 297, 311, Scientific journal, 10.1108/09556221011048312
  • Refereed, Jpn. Res. Assn. Text. End-Uses., Comparison of Preference for Three-color Combinations between Chinese and Japanese, IMAOKA Haruki; Yuan XUE, Sep. 2009, 50, 9, 687-696
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, タオル掛けモデルにおける抗力と摩擦力の解析, IMAOKA Haruki, Aug. 2009, 50, 8, 615-624
  • Refereed, Jpn. Res. Assn. Text. End-Uses., Comparison of Color Preference for Two-color Combinations betwenn Chinese and Japanese, IMAOKA Haruki; Yuan XUE, Apr. 2009, 50, 4, 309-323
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, アームホール曲線とスリーブ曲線の形状の標準化, IMAOKA Haruki, Mar. 2009, 50, 3, 231-237
  • Refereed, Jpn. Res. Assn. Text. End-Uses., Comparison of Color Psychological Aspects for Single Color between Japanese and Chinese, IMAOKA Haruki; Yuan XUE, Feb. 2009, 50, 2, 141-153
  • Refereed, Jpn. Res. Assn. Text. End-Uses., Cinese and Japanese 3D 50th Percentile Body manikins and Impressions on the Relationships of Body Figure with Age and Nationality, IMAOKA Haruki; Yan XUE, Sep. 2008, 49, 9, 611-619
  • Refereed, JOURNAL of the JAPAN RESEARCH ASSOCIATION for TEXTILE END-USES, The Japan Research Association for Textile End-Uses, A Method of Predicting Sewn Shapes by Polyhedrons, IMAOKA Haruki, To make 2D patterns of a garment, it must be noted that there are two types of parts. Some are flexible parts, for example drape in skirts, and others are stiff parts, for example collars. It is difficult to estimate the 3D form after sewing with 2D patterns in flexible parts. On the other hand, it is not so difficult to estimate that in stiff parts. Here, we focus on design of the stiff parts. We assumed that garments are made of paper, and have already predicted a continuous 3D form of a garment by using the theory of developable surfaces. Solutions were, however, usually differential equations these were not integrable. It was not general-purpose system. The aim of this paper is to make a general-purpose system for predicting the 3D form of garments after sewing. We approximate sewn curves to polygons, and seek the 3D form of garments after sewing and feasible region on the 2D patterns by using polyhedrons. At the same time, we considered the difference between the continuous system and proposed discrete system.
    We made the general-purpose prototype system by using an example, regular n th pyramid. As for the differences between the continuous system and the discrete system, the following three results were obtained. (1) Users can set up a first standing angle of regular n th pyramid. (2) The larger a difference between a standing angle corresponded with continuous system and a first standing angle become, the shorter a length of generating lines are. (3) The higher the accuracy of approximation becomes, the bigger the influence that the difference between the two angles gives the length of generating line is., Oct. 2007, 48, 10, 679-690, 690, 10.11419/senshoshi1960.48.679
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, パンツ・クロッチライン形状の標準化, IMAOKA Haruki, Jul. 2007, 48, 7
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 衣服設計のためのアームホール曲線の類型化に関する研究, IMAOKA Haruki, Feb. 2007, 48, 2, 124-139
  • Refereed, Journal of the Japan Reserch Association for Textile End-Uses, The Japan Research Association for Textile End-Uses, A Method of Predicting Sewn Shapes and a Possibility of Sewing by the Theory of Developable Surface, IMAOKA Haruki; Miori ITOH, Authors have developed a paper model CAD system by the theory of developable surfaces. By using the system, a 3-D shape after sewing can be predicted. If a space curve that means a sewn curve and a planar curve that means a piece to be sewn are given, a feasible region where the sewn surface does not intersect itself is shown. When the feasible region is very narrow, the piece is too rigid to be sewn. The information will contribute to making proper clothing. The system will be useful to design a brassiere., Jan. 2007, 48, 1, 42-51, 51, 10.11419/senshoshi1960.48.42
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 袖に発生するしわの一般的パターン, IMAOKA Haruki, Jul. 2006, 47, 7, 414/423
  • Refereed, 日本知能情報ファジィ学会誌, ファジィ積分フィルタ適用後の近傍点の相関係数について, IMAOKA Haruki, Aug. 2005, 17, 4, 477-487
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 曲面の曲率を用いた静的ドレープ形状の比較, IMAOKA Haruki, Feb. 2005, 46, 2, 117-125
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 三値ランダム柄の生成法と三値柄の対称性評価, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 2005, 46, 1, 41-52
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, アームホール曲線の角度プロット図による表現法, IMAOKA Haruki, Dec. 2004, 45, 45, 926-933
  • Refereed, Sen'i Gakkaishi, Classification of Tight-Fitting Bodice Patterns of Young Women Using Concentrated Gaussian Curvature, IMAOKA Haruki; Tomoe MASUDA, Dec. 2004, 60, 12, 377-385
  • Refereed, J. Home Econ. Jpn., Feature of Curved Shapes for Tight-Fitting Patterns of Young Men Using Concentrated Gaussian Curvature, IMAOKA Haruki; Tomoe MASUDA, Dec. 2004, 55, 12, 915-925
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, ランダム柄の生成法と柄の対称性評価, IMAOKA Haruki, Sep. 2004, 45, 9, 719-725
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 迷彩柄の対称性に関する評価法, IMAOKA Haruki, Aug. 2004, 45, 8, 645-654
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 肩線の目の角度とずれ角度によるアームホール曲線の分類, IMAOKA Haruki, Jun. 2004, 45, 6, 425-433
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, アームホール曲線の形状についての考察, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 2004, 45, 1, 51-60
  • Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 布のシミュレーションにおける摩擦の表現, IMAOKA Haruki, Sep. 2003, 59, 9, 358-364
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 静的ドレープ形状におけるヘムライン形状の回帰式, IMAOKA Haruki, Jun. 2003, 44, 6, 269-278
  • Refereed, Sen'i Gakkaishi, Comparing the Characteristics of 3D Torso Surface Curvatures between Young Men and Women, IMAOKA Haruki; Tomoe MASUDA, Jan. 2003, 59, 1, 35ー45
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 同調欲求・差異化欲求がファッション採用に及ぼす影響, IMAOKA Haruki, Nov. 2002, 43, 11, 707-713
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 静的ドレープ形状に現れるノード数とそのノード数存在可能性領域のシミュレーション, IMAOKA Haruki, Sep. 2002, 43, 9, 585-592
  • Refereed, J. Home Econ. Jpn., Feature Examination of Curved Shapes for Tight-Fitting Pattern of Young men by Using Concentrated Gaussian Curvature, IMAOKA Haruki; Tomoe MASUDA, Aug. 2002, 53, 8, 795-804
  • Refereed, Jpn. Res. Assn. Text. End-Uses, The Indivisual Difference of Torso Surface of Young Women from the View Point of 3D surface Curvature for Clothing Design, IMAOKA Haruki; Tomoe MASUDA, Mar. 2002, 43, 3, 204-223
  • Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 予測による立体裁断的密着衣服原型の自動作成システムの設計, IMAOKA Haruki, Jun. 2000, 41, 6, 544-553
  • Refereed, 日本ファジィ学会誌, ファジィ積分と平滑化フィルタ, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 2000, 12, 1, 64-74
  • Refereed, J. of Jpn. Soc. for Fuzzy Theo. and Sys., The Distribution of Opposite Sugeno Integral of Uniformly Distributed Vector is Uniform, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 2000, 12, 1, 153-159
  • Refereed, Fuzzy Measures and Integrals –Theory and Applications, Grabisch, Murofushi, Sugeno Eds., Physica-Verlag, Comparison between Three Fuzzy Integrals, IMAOKA Haruki, 2000, 273-286
  • Refereed, Sen'i Gakkaishi, 3D Torso Surface Curvatures as it Relates to Clothing Design, IMAOKA Haruki, Jun. 1998, 54, 6, 299/308


  • Not Refereed, Size Korea 2006, Final stage of the anthropometry survey size-JPN 2004-06, IMAOKA Haruki, Nov. 2006, 45-64
  • Not Refereed, Size Korea 2004, The Future of Size Japan, IMAOKA Haruki, Nov. 2004, 31-43
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 型紙と着装, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 2000, 56, 1, 8-12
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 個性化対応アパレルの展望, IMAOKA Haruki, Nov. 1999, 55, 11, 382/385
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 立体裁断による後胴部密着衣服原型の空隙寸法の抽出とその予測, IMAOKA Haruki, Sep. 1999, 40, 9, 592/604
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, プロポーションとスーツの着装評価との関連, IMAOKA Haruki, Dec. 1998, 39, 12, 773/784
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 後胴部体表面展開図の間隙寸法の抽出と予測, IMAOKA Haruki, Oct. 1998, 39, 10, 648/658
  • Not Refereed, 日本ファジィ学会誌, 逆菅野積分, IMAOKA Haruki, Apr. 1998, 10, 2, 200/205
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 立体裁断による前胴部密着衣服原型の空隙寸法の予測, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 1998, 39, 1, 46/57
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 女子学生の季節別色彩嗜好に関する傾向分析, IMAOKA Haruki, Oct. 1997, 38, 10, 579/586
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 被服構成学のための幾何学 6.型紙から見える3次元形状, IMAOKA Haruki, Mar. 1997, 38, 3, 142/145
  • Not Refereed, 計測と制御, アパレルにおけるメタボール人体モデル, IMAOKA Haruki, Feb. 1997, 36, 2, 89/94
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 前胴部体表面展開図の肩部・上胸部の間隙寸法の予測, IMAOKA Haruki, Feb. 1997, 38, 2, 99/108
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 被服構成学のための幾何学 5.縫合の式, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 1997, 38, 1, 28/33
  • Not Refereed, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF UNCERTAINTY FUZZINESS AND KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS, WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBL CO PTE LTD, On a subjective evaluation model by a generalized fuzzy integral, H Imaoka, First, a generalized fuzzy integral which encompasses Sugeno integral, Choquet integral and opposite-Sugeno integral is proposed. A more restricted fuzzy integral can be expressed by using only one parameter of Frank's t-norm. It also encompasses the three integrals. Next, the performance when the integral is adopted as a subjective evaluation model is theoretically investigated. Finally, an example of subjective evaluation test is shown and is discussed., Oct. 1997, 5, 5, 517, 529
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 被服構成学のための幾何学 4.自由曲線と角度の配分, IMAOKA Haruki, Nov. 1996, 37, 11, 579/584
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 被服構成学のための幾何学 3.角度の配分の実例, IMAOKA Haruki, Sep. 1996, 37, 9, 459/463
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 裁縫の曲率的解釈と縫合の式, IMAOKA Haruki, Aug. 1996, 37, 8, 422/429
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 被服構成学のための幾何学 2.角度の配分, IMAOKA Haruki, Jul. 1996, 37, 7, 348/352
  • Not Refereed, 繊維工業, バーチャル試着システムの現状と課題, IMAOKA Haruki, Jul. 1996, 49, 7, 354/359
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 布の動的変形予測における風の影響, IMAOKA Haruki, Jun. 1996, 52, 6, 284/292
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, 被服構成学のための幾何学 1.ガウス・ボネの定理, IMAOKA Haruki, May 1996, 37, 5, 227/232
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 姿勢の変化にともなう衣服圧分布の予測, IMAOKA Haruki, May 1996, 52, 5, 248/252
  • Not Refereed, 日本家政学会誌, 胴部体表面形状から見た婦人服パターンの構成に関する研究(第2報)前胴部の密着衣服原型と体表面展開図の比較, IMAOKA Haruki, Apr. 1996, 47, 4, 343/355
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 衣服圧分布の予測法と表示法, IMAOKA Haruki, Feb. 1996, 52, 2, 76/81
  • Not Refereed, International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., Three models for garment simulation, Haruki Imaoka, Gives an overview of the technique of current garment simulation and of the problems for more advanced simulation. To simulate the behaviour of a garment, three important models are usually used. They are: a garment model, a human body and an environment model. The models and the interaction among them are discussed using the conceptual-mathematical-posed problem structure of a model proposed by Barzel (1992)., 1996, 8, 3, 10, 21, 10.1108/09556229610120372
  • Not Refereed, 情報処理学会研究報告グラフィックスとCAD, バーチャル試着システムのための一手法, IMAOKA Haruki, 1996, 82, 4, 25/32
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, CGによる姿勢変化可能な人体モデルへの衣服の着付法, IMAOKA Haruki, May 1995, 51, 5, 225/233
  • Not Refereed, 日本繊維製品消費科学会誌, コンピュータ支援による被服デザイン教育システムとその評価, IMAOKA Haruki, Dec. 1994, 35, 12, 665/672
  • Not Refereed, 日本家政学会誌, 胴部体表面形状から見た婦人服パターンの構成に関する研究(第1報)前胴部体表面展開図の平面化要素とパターンの構造, IMAOKA Haruki, Nov. 1994, 45, 11, 1017/1027
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 衣服設計のための濃度球を用いた人体形状モデリング, IMAOKA Haruki, May 1994, 50, 5, 221/228
  • Not Refereed, Computer Graphics (ACM), Three dimensional apparel CAD system, Hidehiko Okabe; Haruki Imaoka; Takako Tomiha; Haruo Niwaya, We are developing a three dimensional (denoted 3D, hereafter) CAD system for garments to help the process of pattern making. This is a process to create a 3D form of a garment by designing a two dimensional (2D, hereafter) paper pattern that realizes the 3D form. The core of the system is a simulator that estimates the 3D form of a garment put on a body from its paper pattern (2D→3D process) and a developing program to obtain the 2D pattern that minimizes the energy required to deform it to the given 3D shape (3D→2D process). In both processes, the specific anisotropy of the mechanical properties of cloths is considered. In the 2D→3D process, the contact problem with body and geometrical nonlinearity are also taken into account. The preprocessor for the 2D→3D simulator is quite unique in that it converts an arbitrary 2D paper pattern into a 3D surface, considering the topological operation, 'sewing'. Both the 2D→3D process and the 3D→2D process are formulated as nonlinear energy-minimum problems, and they are solved by our original method in about 10 minutes with our workstations. Once the 3D form is obtained, the color pattern of a given cloth is mapped and displayed. As a consequence of the mechanical calculation, the distributions of the distortion and stress of the cloth are also visualized. Such information may contribute to the design of garments with consideration of physical attributes as well as visual beauty., 1992, 26, 2, 105, 110, 10.1145/142920.134019
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 布の接触圧の予測法, IMAOKA Haruki, Jun. 1990, 46, 6, 229/236
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 力学的平面展開手法による自動型紙作成法, IMAOKA Haruki, Oct. 1989, 45, 10, 427/434
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 衣服立体形状予測法, IMAOKA Haruki, Oct. 1989, 45, 10, 420/426
  • Not Refereed, 情報処理学会研究報告グラフィックスとCAD, 服地・布の生成に関する研究動向, IMAOKA Haruki, 1989, 40, 14, 93/98
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 織物の変形解析, IMAOKA Haruki, May 1988, 44, 5, 217/228
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 織物の二次元を例とした変形予測法, IMAOKA Haruki, May 1988, 44, 5, 229/237
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 計算機による平面型紙から立体衣服構造への変換- 縫製と着付けのシミュレーション, IMAOKA Haruki, Mar. 1988, 44, 3, 129/136
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 織密度自動計測の試み, IMAOKA Haruki, Jan. 1988, 44, 1, 32/39
  • Not Refereed, 繊維学会誌, 3次元CAD/CAMのための衣服型紙とその自動有限要素分割, IMAOKA Haruki, Apr. 1986, 42, 4, T231/239
  • Not Refereed, Approximate Reasoning in Decision Analysis, North Holland, Recognition of Linguistically Instructed Path to Destination, IMAOKA Haruki, 1982, 341/350
  • Not Refereed, Proc. Of the 6th Int. Joint Conf. On Artificial Intelligence, Tokyo, Japan, Aug., A Model of Dialog Based on Fussy Set Concept, IMAOKA Haruki, 1979, 419/421
  • Not Refereed, Summary of Papers on General Fuzzy Problems, Generalized Truth Value in Truth Qualification, IMAOKA Haruki, 1978, 4, 5/9
  • Nov. 2006, 45-64

Books etc

  • ワークショップ人間生活工学第2巻人間特性の理解と製品展開, 丸善株式会社, IMAOKA Haruki, 編集, May 2005, 168/170, 222/230頁, Not Refereed
  • 第3版繊維便覧, 丸善株式会社, IMAOKA Haruki, 編集, Dec. 2004, 491/492, 496/500頁, Not Refereed
  • ファジィとソフトコンピューティングハンドブック, 共立出版㈱, IMAOKA Haruki, Sep. 2000, 65/69頁, Not Refereed
  • 着心地の追究, 放送大学教育振興会, IMAOKA Haruki, 1995, 116/125頁, Not Refereed
  • 計算機を援用した衣服の設計に関する研究(Studies on Computer Aided Design of Garments)(工学博士学位論文), 東京工業大学, IMAOKA Haruki, 筆頭著者, Dec. 1989, Not Refereed


  • IMAOKA Haruki, 2012年度日本家政学会関西支部研究発表会, 服装における配色ルールの検討, Oct. 2012, False
  • IMAOKA Haruki, 2012年度日本家政学会関西支部研究発表会, 高齢者用衣服パターンの作成と評価-コンピュータソフトウエアを用いて-, Oct. 2012, False
  • IMAOKA Haruki, 2012年度日本家政学会関西支部研究発表会, 中国における好まれる子供服-日本との比較から-, Oct. 2012, False
  • IMAOKA Haruki, 日本繊維製品消費科学会2011年度年次大会, カメラキャリブレーションにおける精度の検討, Jun. 2011


  • 日本繊維製品消費科学会功績賞, Jun. 2012
  • 日本繊維製品消費科学会論文賞, 2000
  • 繊維学会櫻田武記念賞, 1989
  • Jun. 2012
  • 日本家政学会功労賞, 日本家政学会, May 2022

Research Projects

  • 1981, 3次元アパレルCAD, 0, 0, 0, Competitive research funding
  • 1981, 3 Dimensional Apparel CAD, 0, 0, 0, Competitive research funding
  • 1978, ファジィ積分, 0, 0, 0, Competitive research funding
  • 1978, Fuzzy Integral, 0, 0, 0, Competitive research funding



  • 日本繊維製品消費科学会, 副会長, 2005, Society
  • 2005, Society
  • 日本家政学会, 理事・関西支部長, Society
  • Society

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