|Tatsu Cited or Thanked|
|Links to Citations of Tatsuo Tabata|
Bolt Is Freaky Fast, But Nowhere Near Human Limits
In his article entitled as above, Alexis Madrigal cites Tatsu's blog article, "World Records for Men's 100 m Defy Simple Curve Fitting" together with its graph. [Wired Science (August 25, 2008)] Go to the site. (More than 100 copies of Madrigal's article appeared on the Internet in different languages.)
Right Hand, Left Hand: Corrections, Clarifications and Additional Notes
Chris McManus, the author of "Right Hand, Left Hand" (2002): ". . . I am grateful to Tatsuo Tabata not only for letting me know about this recent work, but also for directing me to his own paper (Tabata & Okuda, 2000), which is probably as elegant and clear a description of the situation as one will find, and with which I am in total agreement. . . . " (A note to Chapter 12.) Go to the site.
The Puzzle of Mirror Reversal: A View from Clockland
D. Navon, Psycoloquy* Vol. 12, Issue 17, pp. 1-19 (2001): "Finally, Tabata & Okuda (2000) recently claimed that the mirror is seen to reverse left and right, because the other two orthogonal axes are already determined by external asymmetry. . . . " (Paragraph 60.) Go to the site.
*Psycoloquy is a refereed international, interdisciplinary electronic journal sponsored by the American Psychological Association (APA).
Astronomical Essays in Idleness
A site showing photographs of heavenly bodies by Shunichi Kawamura: "Acknowledgement: The author of this web site expresses his gratitude to Dr. Tatsuo Tabata (IDEA) for his help in making English pages." Go to the site.
RDG Activity in Collaboration
Radiation Dynamic Group (RDG), Kharkov National University, Ukraine (1998): "Tatsuo Tabata came to Kharkov for visiting our laboratory and the RDG. . . ." (A photo included) Go to the site.
Second Workshop Photo
Participants of the Second International Workshop on Electron and Photon Transport Theory Applied to Radiation Dose Calculation, June 2-5, 1997, The Lawrence H. Lanzl Institute of Medical Physics, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.: "Back row: Jose Fernandez-Varea, Bruce Faddegon, Hans Neuenschwander, Anders Ahnesjo, Tatsuo Tabata, . . . " Go to the site.
First Workshop Photo
Participants of the First International Workshop on Electron and Photon Transport Theory Applied to Radiation Dose Calculation, September 18-22, 1995, The Lawrence H. Lanzl Institute of Medical Physics, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.: "Front row (left to right): Suzan Walker, Eugene Wong, Jerry Pomraning, Anil Prinja, Marvin Adams, James Liu, Tatsuo Tabata, . . . " Go to the site.
APS News, The American Physical Society (1995): "The following members participated in the Member-Get-A-Member Campaign by recruiting one or more new members. . . . [From the top of the fourth column of the table] Reyes A. Serrato, Jian X. Shen, Janine Shertzer, Mark Skalsey, Kenneth G. Standing, Ye Sun, Tatsuo Tabata*, . . . *These individuals recruited more than one new member." Go to the site.