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1. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 18 No. 6 (1957) pp. 666-668 :
The Utility of the “Individual $\Gamma _5$ Transformation”
Kanji Fujii and Kenzō Iwata
2. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 19 No. 5 (1958) pp. 475-484 :
The Phenomenological Model of the Interaction of Elementary Particles
Kanji Fujii and Kenzo Iwata
3. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 19 No. 5 (1958) pp. 589-591 :
The Spirality of the Decay Product
Kanji Fujii and Kenzo Iwata
4. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 20 No. 2 (1958) pp. 126-132 :
Phenomenological Model on the Interactions of Elementary Particles, II
Kanji Fujii and Kenzō Iwata
5. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 21 No. 1 (1959) pp. 207-209 :
Q-Value Dependence of Decay Probability
K. Fujii and K. Iwata
6. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 22 No. 5 (1959) pp. 704-714 :
On the Relative Parity of Charged and Neutral $K$ Mesons
Kanji Fujii and Hajime Tanaka
7. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 23 No. 5 (1960) pp. 815-820 :
On Multipole Model of Baryon-Pion Interactions
Kanji Fujii and Daisuke Itô
8. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 23 No. 5 (1960) pp. 962-964 :
On the Universality of the Weak Interactions
Daisuke Itô, Shinya Furui, Kanji Fujii and Tetsuro Sakuma
9. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 23 No. 6 (1960) pp. 1210-1211 :
Phenomenological Model of Elementary Particle Interactions
Daisuke Itô, Kenzo Iwata, Shinya Furui, Kanji Fujii and Tetsuro Sakuma
10. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 24 No. 2 (1960) pp. 259-270 :
Symmetries of the Interactions among Strongly Interacting Particles and Non-Leptonic Decays of Hyperons
Kanji Fujii
11. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 25 No. 5 (1961) pp. 849-851 :
Weak Interactions at High Energies
Kanji Fujii, Hideaki Nagai, Tetsurô Sakuma and Tetsuya Tsuchida
12. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 29 No. 3 (1963) pp. 463-464 :
Note on Rosen's Theory of Nonleptonic Hyperon Decay
Kanji Fujii and Yukio Itô
13. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 30 No. 5 (1963) pp. 720-722 :
Symmetry Properties of Nonleptonic Baryon-Decay Interactions in Unitary-Symmetric Spurion Formalism
Kanji Fujii and Daisuke Itô
14. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 31 No. 1 (1964) pp. 157-159 :
Two Neutrinos, Parity Nonconservation and Selection Rules of the Weak Interaction among Leptons
Kanji Fujii and Hideaki Nagai
15. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 31 No. 1 (1964) pp. 159-161 :
A Note on Symmetries of the Weak Interactions
Kanji Fujii and Hideaki Nagai
16. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 33 No. 4 (1965) pp. 692-704 :
Current-Current Interaction and Nonleptonic Decays of Hyperons
Kanji Fujii, Yukio Itô, Kenzô Iwata and Osamu Terazawa
17. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 35 No. 3 (1966) pp. 562-563 :
Strong Interaction of Intermediate Vector Meson and Extremely High-Energy Phenomena
Kanji Fujii, Kenzō Iwata and Hajime Tanaka
18. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 36 No. 6 (1966) pp. 1185-1205 :
Pole Model of Nonleptonic Hyperon Decays, and Model of Hadrons and Their Fundamental Weak Interaction
Kanji Fujii and Akihiro Murayama
19. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 37 No. 1 (1967) pp. 205-207 :
Role of Scalar- and Pseudoscalar-Densities in Nonleptonic Decays of Hadrons. I
Kanji Fujii and Osamu Terazawa
20. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 37 No. 1 (1967) pp. 207-209 :
Role of Scalar- and Pseudoscalar-Densities in Nonleptonic Decays of Hadrons. II
Kanji Fujii and Osamu Terazawa
21. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 38 No. 2 (1967) pp. 388-416 :
On Nonleptonic Decays
Kanji Fujii, Mitsuo Imoto, Shoichiro Kawasaki, Shin-ya Furui and Tetsuya Tsuchida
22. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 39 No. 5 (1968) pp. 1278-1288 :
On Nonleptonic Decays
Shin-ya Furui, Tetsuya Tsuchida, Kanji Fujii and Shoichiro Kawasaki
23. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 40 No. 1 (1968) pp. 114-123 : (5)
Nonleptonic Hyperon Decays and Equal-Time Commutation Relations
Masanobu Hirano, Kanji Fujii and Osamu Terazawa
24. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 40 No. 3 (1968) pp. 571-575 : (5)
Comment on Interrelation between Weak Four-Fermion Interaction and Weak Bilinear Interaction
Kanji Fujii and Shin-ya Furui
25. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 43 No. 3 (1970) pp. 789-798 : (5)
Parity-Conserving Nonleptonic Decays of Hyperons and the $SU(3)$-Symmetry Breaking of the Strong Interaction
Akihiro Murayama, Kanji Fujii and Masanobu Hirano
26. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 44 No. 2 (1970) pp. 486-499 : (5)
Universality of Weak Bilinear Transitions and Its Relation to the Fundamental Weak Interactions
Mituaki Katuya and Kanji Fujii
27. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 45 No. 6 (1971) pp. 1944-1954 : (5)
Characteristic Features in Nonleptonic Hyperon Decays and Composite Models
Mituaki Katuya, Kanji Fujii, Seiji Ōkubo and Akihiro Murayama
28. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 46 No. 1 (1971) pp. 341-343 : (5)
Scale Invariance and Relativistic Composite Nucleon
Atsushi Satô, Kanji Fujii, Shigeru Kokuyama and Toshiyuki Murota
29. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 49 No. 3 (1973) pp. 975-994 : (5)
A Model of Weak Interaction Based on the Three-Triplet Model of Hadrons
Kanji Fujii, Mituaki Katuya, Seiji Okubo and Shin-ichiro Tamura
30. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 49 No. 3 (1973) pp. 995-1006 : (5)
A Model of Weak Interaction Based on the Three-Triplet Model of Hadrons. II
Shin-ichiro Tamura and Kanji Fujii
31. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 50 No. 1 (1973) pp. 74-81 : (2)
A Green's Function Theory of the Heisenberg Paramagnet
Katsuhiko Fujii, Shinji Kadowaki and Isao Mannari
32. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 50 No. 5 (1973) pp. 1501-1509 : (2)
A Green's Function Approach to the Heisenberg Model of One-, Two- and Three-Dimensional Systems
Katsuhiko Fujii, Isao Mannari and Shinji Kadowaki
33. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 50 No. 5 (1973) pp. 1675-1691 : (5)
Weak Interaction Based on the Three-Triplet Model
Mituaki Katuya, Kanji Fujii and Shin-ichiro Tamura
34. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 51 No. 5 (1974) pp. 1283-1292 : (2)
Heisenberg Antiferromagnet Using the Green's Function Theory
Katsuhiko Fujii
35. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 54 No. 6 (1975) pp. 1794-1800 : (5)
Adler-Type Sum Rule, Charge Symmetry and Neutral Current in General Multi-Triplet Model
Mituaki Katuya, Yoshimitsu Baba and Kanji Fujii
36. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 55 No. 2 (1976) pp. 567-578 : (5)
Baryon-Lepton Correspondence and Weak Interaction
Yoshimitsu Baba, Seiji Ōkubo, Mituaki Katuya and Kanji Fujii
37. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 57 No. 2 (1977) pp. 680-683 : (4)
Parity-Dependent Optical Potential Model Calculation of Elastic Scattering of $^{16}$O by $^{19}$F
Jun Schimizu, Kazuo Fujii and Kiyohiko Takimoto
38. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 58 No. 6 (1977) pp. 1849-1858 : (5)
New Vector-Like Model and Nonleptonic Decays of Ordinary and Charmed Hadrons
Yoshikazu Abe, Kanji Fujii and Kazuhiro Sato
39. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 59 No. 1 (1978) pp. 199-207 : (5)
Nonleptonic Decays of $1/2^+$-Baryons and Pseudo-Connected-Line Diagrams. I
Yoshikazu Abe and Kanji Fujii
40. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 59 No. 1 (1978) pp. 208-213 : (5)
Nonleptonic Decays of $1/2^+$-Baryons and Pseudo-Connected-Line Diagrams. II
Yoshikazu Abe, Kanji Fujii and Keijiro Honda
41. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 59 No. 3 (1978) pp. 1040-1041 : (5)
Parity-Violating Amplitudes of Charmed-Baryon Nonleptonic Decays due to $\mathbf{45}$- and $\mathbf{45}^*$-Hamiltonian
Keijiro Honda, Yoshikazu Abe, Kazuhiro Sato and Kanji Fujii
42. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 60 No. 2 (1978) pp. 639-640 : (5)
Decays of $^{3}D_{1}$-Charmonium into $e \bar{e}$ and Relativistic Effects of Constituent Quarks
Yoshikazu Abe, Kanji Fujii, Masanobu Hirano, Keijirō Honda, Yūichi Hoshino, Kenzō Iwata and Toshiyuki Murota
43. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 61 No. 2 (1979) pp. 599-607 : (5)
$\Delta C=\Delta S=1$ Decays of Charmed Baryons. II
Keijiro Honda, Yoshikazu Abe, Kazuhiro Satō, Syū Osanai and Kanji Fujii
44. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 61 No. 5 (1979) pp. 1566-1567 : (5)
Small Component Effects of Constituent Quark Spinors
Yoshikazu Abe, Kanji Fujii, Masanobu Hirano, Keijiro Honda, Yūichi Hoshino, Kenzō Iwata and Toshiyuki Murota
45. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 63 No. 3 (1980) pp. 1078-1080 : (5)
Evidence of Small Component Effects of Constituent Quark Spinors
Yoshikazu Abe, Kanji Fujii, Masanobu Hirano, Keiziro Honda, Yūichi Hoshino, Kenzō Iwata, Toshiyuki Murota and Takashi Okazaki
46. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 64 No. 3 (1980) pp. 770-781 : (2)
Symmetry Properties of the Ring Heisenberg Hamiltonian and New Sum Rule for Its Energy Eigenvalues
Katsuhiko Fujii
47. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 64 No. 4 (1980) pp. 1363-1378 : (5)
Mechanism of “$\Delta I=1/2$ Enhancement” in the Relativistic Quark Model
Yoshikazu Abe, Kanji Fujii, Takashi Okazaki, Hiroaki Arisue, Masako Bando and Mihoko Toya
48. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 65 No. 1 (1981) pp. 154-163 : (2)
On the Energy Sum Rule of the Ring Heisenberg Hamiltonian
Katsuhiko Fujii and Noriaki Genkawa
49. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 69 No. 3 (1983) pp. 977-987 : (5)
Role $Q^2\bar{Q}^2$ Composites in $D$-Meson Decays
Kanji Fujii and Hirohumi Sawayanagi
50. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 71 No. 2 (1984) pp. 388-394 : (5)
Classical Solutions for the Supersymmetric Grassmannian Sigma Models in Two Dimensions. I
Kazuyuki Fujii, Takao Koikawa and Ryu Sasaki
51. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 71 No. 4 (1984) pp. 831-839 : (5)
Classical Solutions for the Supersymmetric Grassmannian Sigma Models in Two Dimensions. II
Kazuyuki Fujii and Ryu Sasaki
52. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 73 No. 2 (1985) pp. 524-527 : (5)
A Soliton Solution with Baryon Number $B=0$ and Skyrmion
Kazuyuki Fujii, Shoichiro Otsuki and Fumihiko Toyoda
53. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 73 No. 5 (1985) pp. 1287-1290 : (5)
Solitons with Hopf Index versus Skyrmions in $SU(2)$ Nonlinear Sigma Model
Kazuyuki Fujii, Shoichiro Otsuki and Fumihiko Toyoda
54. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 75 No. 2 (1986) pp. 340-352 : (5)
Weak Transitions of Low-Lying Baryons in Skyrme and Quark Models
Norihito Toyota and Kanji Fujii
55. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 78 No. 2 (1987) pp. 177-179 : (2)
Note on Temperature Dependence of Debye-Waller Factor in a Unified Model of Ferroelectrics
Katsuhiko Fujii and Takeo Matsubara
56. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 81 No. 2 (1989) pp. 462-472 : (5)
On Classical Configurations of $SU(2)$ Gauge-Higgs System
Kazuyuki Fujii, Shoichiro Otsuki and Fumihiko Toyoda
57. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 83 No. 5 (1990) pp. 894-905 : (1)
Quantum Mechanics in Riemannian Manifold
Naohisa Ogawa, Kanji Fujii and Alexander Kobushukin
58. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 85 No. 6 (1991) pp. 1189-1201 : (1)
Quantum Mechanics in Riemannian Manifold. II
Naohisa Ogawa, Kanji Fujii, Nicolai Chepilko and Alexander Kobushkin
59. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 88 No. 1 (1992) pp. 103-110 : (5)
Vector Boson Pair Productions with a Hard Photon Emission
Keisuke Fujii, Junpei Fujimoto, Junichi Kanzaki, Yoshimasa Kurihara, Akiya Miyamoto and Toshifumi Tsukamoto
60. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 89 No. 2 (1993) pp. 575-578 : (5)
Generalization of Geometry-Induced Gauge Structure to Any Dimensional Manifold
Kanji Fujii and Naohisa Ogawa
61. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 93 No. 4 (1995) pp. 823-829 : (5)
Quantum-Mechanically Allowed Form of Force in General Relativistic Particle Motion
Kanji Fujii and Hitoshi Miyazaki
62. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 95 No. 2 (1996) pp. 461-465 : (5)
Global Aspects of the Geometry-Induced Gauge
Kanji Fujii and Satoshi Uchiyama
63. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 96 No. 2 (1996) pp. 437-447 : (5)
Equivalence between Schwinger and Dirac Schemes of Quantization
Naohisa Ogawa, Kanji Fujii, Hitoshi Miyazaki, Nicolai Chepilko and Takashi Okazaki
64. Progress of Theoretical Physics Vol. 112 No. 5 (2004) pp. 901-906 : (5)
Structures of Expectation Values of Flavor Neutrino Charges with Respect to Neutrino-Source Hadrons
Kanji Fujii and Takashi Shimomura