E. Kim

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A very useful clinical vernier acuity or vernier alignment test has been developed in this and associated laboratories over a span of two decades. We seek to refine further this test, to seek internal inconsistencies and to optimize parameters used in a variety of devices and environments. Vernier testing, and many aspects of this work have been considered(More)
The overall goal of software testing is to disclose defects efficiently (i.e. as little time and cost as possible) and effectively (i.e. find as many faults as possible). It takes time to understand what to test, to generate test cases, and to execute the test suite. It also takes time to analyze the test results. In a situation where one can parameterize(More)
The Error-Correcting Output Codes (ECOC) is a representative approach of the binary ensemble classifiers for solving multi-class problems. There have been so many researches on an output coding method built on an ECOC foundation. In this paper, we revisit representative conventional ECOC methods in an overlapped learning viewpoint. For this purpose, we(More)
Hourly L-band (1.4 GHz) horizontally (H) polarized brightness temperatures (Ts's) measured during five episodes (more than two days of continuous measurements) of the 2002 corn growth cycle are analyzed. These Ts measurements were acquired as a part of a combined active/passive microwave field campaign, and were obtained at five incidence and three azimuth(More)
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