The Neorail Reports From Tokyo reports on technical and/or academic issues, e.g. science education, statistics, informatics and databases.
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This is a story of ‘another computers’ around railways.
We learn how interlocking and information system makes us mobility and amenity.
This website had been listed on Yahoo! Japan Directory at Oct. 1999.
This forum was founded at May 1999 by tht and still continues.
For exploring your topic, various experimental ways are served.
Please note that some policies had changed in Sep. 2014.
neorail.jp/fun/ is updated.
For your fun with the railway sim called A9V4, we present a graphical and step-by-step instruction. (Please note that the game is not our product.)
Now neorail.jp/fun/ is launched!
For your fun with mobile devices, some online gadgets is here.
Second neorail.jp/reports/ is published.
We discuss how project studies are supported by teachers and parents.
neorail.jp/forum/ becomes independent.
First neorail.jp/reports/ is published.
The webmaster tht reports on a long-term analysis of activities on the forum.
After 15 years, atos.neorail.jp/ will be maintained.
I have begun to work on revising old contents.
atos.neorail.jp/ moved to this domain.
atos.neorail.jp/ developed a new forum instead of the old-style BBS.
This forum uses various and involved hyperlinks effectively.
atos.neorail.jp/ developed a database for annotated images.
tht-software released first freeware for Windows®.
The webmaster tht opened personal website and BBS on the Internet.
New Strategy Guide ‘DATT-A9D Ver.0.9’ Available
For your fun with the railway sim called A9V4, although that is a strange and very complex game, we present a graphical and step-by-step instruction. (Please note that the game is not our product.) We expect that you will get interest in spatial planning or mathematical optimization. At least you would learn 1930s to 1990s' history of railway in Japan.
New Sound Gadget ‘HEBM-DPY Ver.0.9’ Playable for free
This is a simulator of electronic (not electric) bell modulator, called ‘電子電鈴 (den-shi-den-rei)’ in Japan. Electronic bell that don't generate sparks, because realized by using transistor or IC amplifier, has come in handy by subway and new railway lines built in 1970s. Today, the discriminability of the simple electronic sound is being reconsidered.