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Paper supplement−119−Synthesiology - English edition Vol.4 No.2 pp.119-123 (Oct. 2011) Correction: However, there were several cases where technological transfers to companies were done through official technical assistance or joint research, and these were mentioned in places such as the “company history”.4. Page 160 right, subchapter 3.3Original: They sought technical assistance “unofficially” …Correction: They came to collect technological information …[Errata]1. Page 155 left, subchapter 2.1(2)Original: Originally, carbon fiber was developed in the United States in 1956, using rayon as the raw material.Correction: In 1956, W.F. Abbott of the United States developed the carbon fiber using rayon as the raw material, and applied for the patent for the first time[1][14].2. Page 157 right, subchapter 2.4(1) Original: Toray Industries, Inc., which is currently highly successful in the commercialization of PAN carbon fiber, started production of carbon fiber in full force around 1968.Correction: Toray Industries, Inc. decided to engage in commercialization in 1970, and started the production and sales of the carbon fiber in 1971 after obtaining the patent license from Dr. Shindo[15][16].Corresponding to this correction, figures 1 and 3 are corrected as shown.3. Page 158 right, subchapter 2.5(1)Original: However, there were several cases where technological transfer to companies was done through official technical assistance or joint research, and some companies have expressed gratitude to GIRIO in the “company history”.- An excited-oscillation management model - Osamu Nakamura1, Tsuguyori Ohana2, Masato Tazawa3, Shinji Yokota4, Wataru Shinoda5, Osamu Nakamura6 and Junji Itoh71. Evaluation Department, AIST Tsukuba Central 2, Umezono1-1-1, Tsukuba 305-8568, Japan, 2. Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute, AIST Tsukuba Central 5, Higashi 1-1-1, Tsukuba 305-8565, Japan, 3. Materials Research Institute for Sustainable Development, AIST Chubu,Anagahora 2266-98, Shimoshidami, Moriyama-ku, Nagoya 463-8560, Japan, 4. Research and Innovation Promotion Office, AIST Kasumigaseki 1-3-1, Chiyoda-ku 100-8921, Japan, 5. Research Institute for Computational Sciences, AIST Tsukuba Central 2, Umezono1-1-1, Tsukuba 305-8568, Japan, 6. Science and Technology Promotion Bureau, Nagasaki Prefectural Government, Edo-machi 2-13, Nagasaki 850-8570, Japan, 7. Vice-President, AIST Tsukuba Central 2, Umezono1-1-1, Tsukuba 305-8568, JapanReceived original manuscript February 2, 2011In the paper, “Study on the PAN carbon-fiber-innovation for modeling a successful R&D management”, published in Synthesiology, Vol. 2 No. 2, pages 159-169, some errors and inaccurate expressions have been found, which do not sufficiently convey the authors’ intentions and could lead to misunderstandings. The errata, additional references, and supplemental commentaries are presented as follows.Paper supplement to “Study on the PAN carbon-fiber-innovation for modeling a successful R&D management”[Translation from Synthesiology, Vol.4, No.2, p.111-114 (2011)]T. Takamatsu: Gijutsu To Bunmei: Journal of the Japan Society for the History of Industrial Technology, 12 (1), 2 (2000) (in Japanese).(Page 155 left, subchapter 2.1(2) as in Errata 1)http://www.fujimura-lab.mot.titech.ac.jp/class/CASE05-03TORAY(1).pdfY. Aoshima and T. Kawanishi (Hitotsubashi University Institute of Innovation Research), and METI “Promotion of the MOT Human Resource Training Program”: Technological development of Toray carbon fiber composite material “Toreka” by Toray, page 3 (2005) (in Japanese).(Page 157 right, subchapter 2.4(1) as in Errata 2)Toray Industries, Inc.: Toray Gojunen Shi (Fifty Year History of Toray), 199,308(1977).(Page 157 right, subchapter 2.4(1) as in Errata 2)J. Matsui: Carbon fibers, part 3: Birth of PAN based carbon fibers - Researches by Shindo and Watt, Reinforced Plastics, 43 (8), 298 (1997) (in Japanese).[14][15][16][17][Additional references and place of insertion]

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