Jinsoo Cho

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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)
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)
A high-performance VLSI architecture for the H.264/AVC context-adaptive variable length decoder (CAVLD) is proposed in order to reduce the computation time. The overall computation is pipelined, and a parallel processing is employed for high performance. For the run_before computation, the values of input symbols are estimated in parallel to check if their(More)
UV reactors are an emerging choice as a big barrier against the pathogens present in drinking water. However, the precise role of reactor's wall roughness for cross flow ultraviolet (CF-UV) and axial flow ultraviolet (AF-UV) water disinfection reactors are unknown. In this paper, the influences of reactor's wall roughness were investigated with a view to(More)
The choice for the arrangement of the UV lamps in a closed-conduit ultraviolet (CCUV) reactor significantly affects the performance. However, a systematic methodology for the optimal lamp arrangement within the chamber of the CCUV reactor is not well established in the literature. In this research work, we propose a viable systematic methodology for the(More)