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Takeshi CHUSHO, Professor Emeritus at Meiji University
. . . . to JAPANESE page
This page was kept when he retired in March 2017.
Some pages in Japanese are updated.
Now is the time for shifting our view of computerization from work-life to social life, which is called "CS-life" (Computer-Supported Life).
"All routine work both at office and at home should be carried out by computers."
Let's develop tools for implementing information systems of the end-users, by the end-users, for the end-users.
By liberation from routine work, humans acquire the following benefits:
(1) At office, humans spend more time for creative work.
(2) At home, humans spend more time for their enjoyable life.
Researches on Web service integration for enduser-initiative application development
and component-based software engineering
- The project M
Form-base Web service integration
- The wwHww project
Application framework for enduser-initiative development
- The M-base project
Model-based software development environment
on the concept of
"a domain model = a computation model"
- The IC project
Software agent which carries out routine work and is called
A list of papers in English
Takeshi CHUSHO is a professor of computer science at Meiji University, Japan.
His research interests are software engineering and object-oriented technology.
He is the author of two books : " Software Engineering ," (Asakura-Shoten) and " Software Crisis and Programming Paradigms " (Keigaku-Shuppan), and the co-author of three books : "Web Application in Java" (Saiensu-sha), "Artificial Intelligence" and "Programming Tools" (Shokodo), and the co-editor of two books : "The Front of Object-Oriented Technologies" (Asakura-Shoten) and "Componentware" (Kyoritu Shuppan). He received the 1982 Best Paper Award from Information Processing Society of Japan and the 1986 Okochi Memorial Technology Prize.
He received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electronic Engineering from the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1969 and 1971, respectively, and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Tokyo in 1984.
He is a member of the IEEE Computer Society and ACM.
He was a visiting researcher of Department of Computing,
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine,
University of London in 1999.
Prof. Takeshi Chusho, Ph.D.
Department of Computer Science
1-1-1 Higashimita, Tama-ku, Kawasaki, 214-8571
URL : http://www.cs.meiji.ac.jp/
fax : +81-44-934-7912