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[ 1979 - 1995] [1996 - ]

Journal Papers

128 Subaru Weak-Lensing Survey of Dark Matter Subhalos in the Coma Cluster : Subhalo Mass Function and Statistical Properties N. Okabe, T. Futamase, M. Kajisawa and R. Kuroshima Astrophys. J., 784, 90 (2014)
127 Elliptical Weighted HOLICs for Weak Lensing Shear Measurement. III. The Effect of Random Count Noise on Image Moments in Weak Lensinga Analysis Y. Okura and T. Futamase The Astrophysical Journal, 771,article id. 37, 28pp (2013)
126 A Systematic Revies of Strong Gravitational Lens Modeling Software A.T. Lefor, T. Futamase and M. Akhlaghi New Astronomy Review. 57 1-13 (2013)
125 Solution space of Bianchi type I spacetime in loop quantum cosmology K. Fujio and T. Futamase Phys. Rev. D87,6,064013 (2013)
124 Delta N formalism S.N. Sugiyama, E. Komatsu and T. Futamase Phys. Rev. D87, 023530 (2013)
123 Relation between standard perturbation theory and regularized multi-point propagator method N.S. Sugiyama and T. Futamase Astrophysical Journal 769,106 (2013)
122 LoCuSS: The Mass Density Profile of Massive Galaxy Clusters at z=0.2 N. Okabe, G. Smithm K. Umetsu, M. Takada and T. Futamase Astrophysical Journal Letters 698, 35 (2013)
121 Toward understanding the anisotropic point spread function of Suprime-Cam and its impact on cosmic shear measurement T. Hamana, S. Miyawaki, Y. Okamura and T. Futamase Publ. Astron. Soc. Japan 65, 104 (2013)
120 Behavior of Bianchi type I spacetime by path integral approach in LQC K. Fujio and T. Futamase Phys. Rev. D85 124002 (2012)
119 New solutions fo charged regular black holes and their stability N. Uchikata, S. Yoshida and T. Futamase Phys. Rev. D86 084025 (2012)
118 An Applicatino of Wiener Hermite Expansion to Non-linear Evolution of Dark matter N.S. Sugiyama and T. Futamase Astrophysical Journal, 760 ,114 (2012)
117 Elliptical Weighted HOLICs for Weak Lensing Shear Measurement, part2 PSF correction and application to A370 Y. Okura and T. Futamase Astrophys.J. 748,112 (2012)
116 Elliptical Weighted HOLICs for Weak Lensing Shear Measurement. part1:Definitions and isotropic PSF correction Y.Okura, and T. Futamase The Astrophysical Jounal, Volume730, Issue 1, article id.9(2011)
115 Non-Gaussianity Consistency Relation for Multi-field Inflation N.S.Sugiyama, E.Komatsu and T. Futamase Phys. Rev. Lett.106, 251301, (2011)
114 LoCuSS: Calibrating Mass-observable Scaling Relations for Cluster Cosmology with Subaru Weak-lensing Observations N. Okabe, Y. -Y. Zhang, A. Finoguenov, M. Takada, G. P. Smith, K. Umetsu, T. Futamase The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 721, Issue 1, pp.875-885(2010)
113 LoCuSS: Subaru Weak Lensing Study of 30 Galaxy Clusters N. Okabe, M. Takada, K. Umetsu, T. Futamase T. Futamase and G. P. Smith Publication of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Vol.62, No.3, pp.811--870
112 Quasinormal modes of Kerr-de Sitter black holes S. Yoshida, N. Uchikata and T. Futamase Physical Review D, vol.8, Issue 4, id. 044005 (2010)
111 Non-Gaussianity generated in the inflationary scenario with nonminimally coupled inflaton field N. Sugiyama and T. Futamase Physical Review D. vol.81, Issue 2, id.023504 (2010)
110 Weak lensing Mass Measurements of Substructures in COMA Cluster with Subaru/Suprime-Cam N. Okabe, Y. Okura, and T. Futamase Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 713, Issue 1, pp. 291-303 (2010)
109 Scalar perturbations of Kerr-AdS black holes N. Uchikata, S. Yoshida and T. Futamase Physical Review D, Vol. 80, Issue 8, id. 084020 (2009)
108 Distance-Redshift Relation in a Realistic inhomogeneous Universe T. Okamura and T. Futamase Progress of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 122, No.2, pp.511-520 (2009)
107 A method to measure a relative transverse velocity of source-lens-observer system using gravitational lensing of gravitational waves, Y. Itoh, T. Futamase, and M. Hattori Physical Review D. Vol. 80, Issue 4, id. 044009 (2009)
106 Appearance of classical Mixmaster Universe from the No-boundary Quantum State K.Fujio, T. Futamase APhysical Review d. Vol. 80, Issue 2, id. 023504 (2009)
105 A New Method for measuring Weak Gravitational Lensing Shear using Higher Order Spin-2 HOLICs Y.Okura, T. Futamase Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 699, Issue 1, pp.143-149, (2009)
104 Equation of motion in general relativity of a small charged black hole T. Futamase, P.A.Hogan, Y.Itoh Physical Review D, VOl.78, Issue 10, id.104014 (2008)
103 A Method for Weak-Lensing Flexion Analysis by the HOLICs Moment Approach Y.Okura, K.Umetsu, T. Futamase Astrophysical Journal, Vol.680, Issue 1, pp.1-16 (2008)
102 Validity of strong lensing statistics for constraints on the galaxy evolution model A.Matsumoto, T. Futamase Monthly Notices of Royal astronomical Society,
Vol384, Issue2, pp.843-848 (2008)
101 A New Measure for Weak Lensing Flexion Y.Okura, K.Umetsu, T. Futamase Astrophysical Journal, Vol.660, Issue 2, pp.995-1005 (2008)
100 The Post-Newtonian Approximation for Relativistic Compact Binaries T. Futamase, Y.Itoh Living Review in Relativity, vol.10, No.2, (2007)
99 A Phantom does not Result from Backreaction H.Tanaka, T. Futamase Progress of Theoretical Physics,
Vol.117, pp.183-188, (2007)
98 On the Equation of Motion for a Fast Moving Small Object in the strong Field Point Particle Limit T.Hukumoto, T. Futamase, Y.Itoh Progress of Theoretical Physics,
Vol.116, pp.423-428, (2006)
97 Cosmology with High-redshift Galaxy Survey: Neutrino Mass and inflation M.Takada, E.Komatsu, T. Futamase Physical Review D, Vol.73, Issue 8, id.083520,(2006)
96 Toward a No-Go Theorem for an Accelerating Universe through a Nonlinear Backreaction M.Kasai, H.Asada, T. Futamase Progress of Theoretical Physics,
Vol.115, pp.827-832, (2006)
95 Discovery of a Strongly Lensed Galaxy at z=3.9 behind a z=0.83 Galaxy Cluster K.Umetsu, M.Tanaka, T.Kodama, I.Tanaka, T. Futamase, N.Kashikawa, T.Hoshi Publication of Astronomical Society of Japan,
vol. 57, No.6, pp.877-880, (2005)
94 Surprisingly Steep Mass Profile of Abell 1689, from a lensing Analysis of Subaru Images T.Broadhurst, M.Takada, K.Umetsu, X.Kong, N.Arimoto, M.Chiba, T. Futamase Astrophysical Jounal Letters, Vol.619,
Issue 2, L143-L146 (2005)
93 Numerical Analysis of quasinormal modes in nearly extremal Schiwarzshild-de Sitter spacetimes S.Yoshida, T. Futamase Physical Review D, 69, 064025, (2004)
92 Hamiltonian of a free neutron in curved spacetime on the Earth T.Morishima, T. Futamase, M.Shimizu Nuclear Instruments and Methods
in Physical Research Section A, Vol. 529,
Issue 1-3, p. 187-189, (2004)
91 New derivation of a third post-Newtonian equation of motion for relativistic compact binaries without ambiguity Yousuke Itoh T. Futamase gr-qc/0310028
90 Numerical analysis of quasinormal modes in nearly extremal Schwarzschild-de Sitter spacetimes S. Yoshida, T. Futamase Phy. Rev. D, 69,064025 (2004)
89 The Topology of a Weak Lensing Field in the Neighborhood of MS 1054-03 J, Sato, K, Umetsu,
T. Futamase,T, Yamada
ApJ, 582, L67
88 Observations of dark side of the universe by gravitational lensing T. Futamase International Journal
of Modern Physics A,
17, 2677-2687, 2002
87 The gravitational scattering of the cosmic microwave background by dark clusters of galaxies O. Aso, M. Hattori and T. Futamase ApJL, 576, L5-L7, 2002
86 Subaru Spectroscopy of Gravitational Lens HST 14176+5226:Implications for a Large Cosmological Constant Y. Ohyama, T. Hamana,
N.Kashikawa, M.Chiba,
T. Futamase,
M. Iye, K. K awabata,
K.Aoki, T. Sasaki,
G. Kosugi and T. Takata
AJ, 123, 2903, 2002
85 Lognormal Property of Weak Lensing Fields A. Taruya, M. Takada
T. Hamana, I. Kayo
T. Futamase
ApJ, 571, 638, 2002
84 Gravitational Lesing in Observational Cosmology Toshifumi Futamase p.150, edited by M. Sakagami,
Pcoceedings of International
Workshop Frontiers of Cosmolgy
and Gravitation, 2001
83 R-mode Instability of Slowly Rotating Non-isentropic Relativistic Stars Shijun Yoshida
T. Futamase
Phy. Rev. D., 64, 123001
82 Feasibility of Probing Dark Energy with Strong Gravitational Lensing Sysytem. K. Yamamoto
Y. Kadoya
T. Murata
T. Futamase
Prog. Theor. Phys, 106,
No.5, 917-928, 2001
81 Implication Omega_m through the morphological analysis of weak lensing feilds Jun'ichi Sato
Masahiro Takada
Y. P. Jing, and
Toshifumi Futamase
ApJL, 551, L5-L8 ,2001
80 Equation of Motion for Relativistic Compact Binaries with the Strong Field Point Particle Limit: the Second and Half Post-Newtonian Order Yousuke Itoh, Toshifumi Futamase, Hideki Asada Phys. Rev. D63:064038,2001
79 On the abundance of collapsed objects M. Kerscher, T. Buchert and T. Futamase astro-ph/007284
ApJ. Letters, 558, L75-78, (2001)
78 Light propagation in inhomogeneous universe II. Cosmological Parameter Survey P. Premana, H. Martel, R. Matzner and T. Futamase, astro-ph/0101359
ApJ. Supplement,135, 7-39, (2001)
77 Possible method to reconstruct the cosmic equation of state from strong gravitational lensing systems K. Yamamoto and T,. Futamase Prog. Theor. Phys. 105, p.707, (2001)
76 Possible measurement of Quintessence and density parameter using strong gravitational lensing events T. Futamase and S. Yoshida Prog. Theor. Phys 105, p.887, (2001)
75 The First Search for Gravitational Waves from Inspiraling Compact Binaries using TAMA300 data H. Tagoshi et. al.
(The TAMA Collaboration)
Phys. Rev. D., 63,62001
74 A Determination of the Hubble Parameter with the Gravitational Lens System PG1115+080 Masashi.Tada
Toshifumi Futamase,
Prog. Theor. Phys.104 971-980,(2000)
73 Number Count of Peaks in the CMB Map Toshifumi Futamase,
Masahiro Takada
Submitted to
Phys. Rev. Lett.
72 Effects of Weak Lensing on the Topology of CMB Maps Jens Schmalzing,
Masahiro Takada,
Toshifumi Futamase
Astrophys. J. Lett.544,L83-L86(2000)
71 Detectability of Gravitational Lensing Effect on the Two-point Correlation Function of Hotspots in the CMB maps Masahiro Takada,
Toshifumi Futamase
Astrophysical. J. 546,620-634(2000)
70 Detction of Dark Matter Concentrations in the Field of Cl 1604+4304 from Weak Lensing Analysis K. Umetsu,
T. Futamase
Astrophys. J. Lett., 539, L5 (2000)
69 A new measure of \sigma_8 using the lensing dispersion in high-z type Ia SNe Takashi Hamana,
Toshifumi Futamase
Astrophys. J. 534, 29 (2000)
68 Equation of motion for relativistic compact binaries with the strong field point particle limit I: Formulation, the first post-Newtonian and multipole terms Yousuke Itoh,
Toshifumi Futamase,
Hideki Asada
Phys. Rev. D62, 064002 (2000)
67 Gravitational Lensing Effect on the Correlation of the Hotspots in the Cosmic Microwave Background as the Sensitive Measure of sigma_8 Masahiro Takada,
Eiichiro Komatsu,
Toshifumi Futamase
Astrophys. J. Lett., 533 L83 (2000)
66 Statistics of Weak Gravitational Lensing in Cold Dark Matter Models; Magnification Bias on Quasar Luminosity Functions T. Hamana , H. Martel,
T. Futamase
Astrophys. J. 529, 56-64(2000)
65 High Frequency Gravitational Radiation and Ringing Down of an Isolated Gravitating System Toshifumi Futamase,
Peter A. Hogan
Prog. Theor. Phys. 103, 1147 (2000)
64 Constraint on the Cosmological Constant by Einstein Ring System 0047-2808 Toshifumi Futamase,
Takashi Hamana
Prog. Theor. Phys. 102, 1037 (1999)
63 Chaotic inflation with running nonminimal coupling  Toshifumi Futamase
Masahiro Tanaka
Phys. Rev. D60, 063551 (1999)
62 Statistics of QSO Lensing and Cosmological Parameters Masashi Chiba,
Toshifumi Futamase
Prog. Theor. Phys. Suppl. 133, 115 (1999)
61 Cluster Mass Reconstruction by a Weak Shear Field K. Umetsu, M. Tada,
T. Futamase
Prog. Theor. Phys. Suppl. 133, 53 (1999)
60 How is the local-scale gravitational instability influenced by the surrounding large-scale structure formation? Masahiro Takada,
Toshifumi Futamase
Gen. Relativ. Gravit. 31, 461 (1999) 
astro-ph/ 9901079
59 Complete constraints on a nonminimally coupled chaotic inflationary scenario from the cosmic microwave background Eiichiro Komatsu,
Toshifumi Futamase
Phys. Rev. D59, 064029 (1999)
58 Collapsing open isotropic universe generated by nonminimally coupled scalar field Takahiro Morishima,
Toshifumi Futamase
Phys. Lett. B447, 46 (1999) 
57 A Post-Newtonian Lagrangian Perturbation Approach to the large-scale structure formation   Masahiro Takada, 
Toshifumi Futamase
MNRAS, 306, 64 (1999)
56 Gravitationally Lensed yet Morphologically Regular Images in Clusters of Galaxies as Astronomical tools T. Futamase , M. Hattori,
T. Hamana
ADSAstrophys. J. 508, L47 (1998)
55 On a Growing Transverse Mode as a Post-Newtonian Effect in the Large-Scale Structure Formation Masahiro Takada,
Toshifumi Futamase
Prog. Theor. Phys. 100, 315 (1998) 
54 Thermal Hair of Quantum Black Hole Y. Itoh, M. Hotta, 
T. Futamase, M. Morikawa
Phys. Rev. D58, 064016 (1998)
53 Constraints on the chaotic inflationary scenario with a nonminimally coupled "inflaton" field from the cosmic microwave background radiation anisotropy  Eiichiro Komatsu
Toshifumi Futamase
Phys. Rev. D58, 023004 (1998)
52 Post-Newtonian approximation, Its foundation and Application Hideaki Asada
Toshifumi Futamase
Prog. Theor. Phys. Suppl, No. 128, 123 (1998)
51 Dynamical Instability of a two-dimensional Quantum Black Hole Y. Itoh, M. Hotta, 
M. Morikawa, T. Futamase
Phys. Rev. D57, R4516 (1998)
50 Black Holes and Two-dimensional Dilaton Gravity T. Futamase, M. Hotta, 
Y. Itoh
Phys. Rev. D57, 1129 (1998)
49 Propagation of gravitational waves from slow motion sources in a Coulomb type potential  Hideki Asada
Toshifumi Futamase
Phys. Rev. D56, R6062 (1997)
48 Lensing Effects on the Protogalaxy Candidate cB58 and their Implications for the Cosmological Constant T. Hamana, M. Hattori, 
H. Ebeling, J. P. Henry, 
T. Futamase, Y. Shioya
Astrophys. J. 484, 574 (1997) 
47 Comments on the amplification bias in lens statistics T. Hamana, K. Futamase, 
T. Futamase, M. Kasai
MNRAS, 287, 341 (1997)
46 Statistics of giant luminous arcs based on the Canada-France Redshift Survey T. Hamana
T. Futamase
MNRAS, 286, L7 (1997)
45 Post-Newtonian effects of gravity on quantum interferometry S. Wajima, M. Kasai
T. Futamase
Phys. Rev. D55, 1964 (1997)
44 Geometric Bremsstrahlung in the Early Universe T. Futamase, M. Hotta, 
H. Inoue, M. Yamaguchi
Prog. Theor. Phys. 96, 113 (1996) 
43 Post-Newtonian Hydrodynamic Equations Using the (3+1) Formalism in General Relativity Hideki Asada, Masaru Shibata, 
Toshifumi Futamase
Prog. Theor. Phys. 96, 81 (1996) 
42 Averaging of a locally inhomogeneous realistic universe Toshifumi Futamase Phys. Rev. D53, 681 (1996)

[ 1979 - 1995] [1996 - ]


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