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Heart disease is one of the more life-threatening diseases. Accurate diagnosis and treatment are central to the survival of patients. Numerous diagnostic methods that can assess abnormalities of the heart have been developed. Among these methods, cardiac functional analysis has been widely used to derive cardiac functional parameters that describe the(More)
The motion of the myocardium is a sensitive indicator of many types of heart disease. Quantitative characterization of this motion is essential for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. Although several magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques, such as tagged MRI and phase contrast MRI, provide noninvasive tools to obtain correlation of(More)
We propose a VLSI design of Multi-Format Decoder (MFD) to support multiple video codec standards such as MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264 and VC-1. A decoupled MFD architecture is introduced in order to easily add or remove the codecs. The decoupled architecture preserves the stability of the previously designed and verified codecs. It also reduces the gate count by(More)
In this paper, we propose detail-information browsing, which can form a mesh structure identical to the original model in only the region of interest(ROI) of a user. The proposed method is based on creating a simple level of detail(LOD) model from a 3D model with the large-scale memory requirements of 3D model rendering. In our method, first of all, we(More)
A reduced graphene oxide (RGO) based glucose sensor using a radio frequency (RF) signal is demonstrated. An RGO with outstanding electrical property was employed as the interconnector material between signal electrodes in an RF electric circuit, and it was functionalized with phenylbutyric acid (PBA) as a linker molecule to bind glucoses. By adding glucose(More)