Nakatsu

Nakatsu

(näkä`tso͞o), city (1990 pop. 66,388), Oita prefecture, NE Kyushu, Japan, on the Suo Sea at the mouth of the Yamakuni River. It is a commercial center and port and was the residence of Yukichi Fukuzawa (1835–1901). Porcelain, steel, rice, and silk are its main products.
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Deering, Mutsumi Ito, Masaki Imai, Maki Kiso, Sumiho Nakatsu, Tiago J.
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3] Takayuki Kanda, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Tetsuo Ono, Michita Imai, Takeshi Maeda, and Ryohei Nakatsu, "Development of "Robovie" as Platform of Everyday-Robot Research," IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems, Pt.
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Research has found that physical, linguistic and cultural distance make integration more difficult and costly (Hahn, Bunyaratavej & Doh, 2011; Metters, 2008; Nakatsu & lacovou, 2009; Stringfellow, Teagarden & Nie, 2008).
Nakatsu N, Yoshida Y, Yamazaki K, Nakamura T, Dan S, et al (2005).
Nakatsu T, Motoyama S, Maruyama K, Usami S, Sato Y, Miura M, et al.
Engineer Eiji Nakatsu helped design the Shinkansen, or bullet trains, of Japan.
Hayakawa K, Hamanaka Y, Suzuki M, Nakatsu M, Nishimura K, Tanaka M, et al.