Myung-Hwan Kim

Sung Koo Lee18
Dong Wan Seo10
18Sung Koo Lee
10Dong Wan Seo
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We propose a new broadcast encryption scheme based on the idea of 'one key per each punctured interval'. Let r be the number of revoked users. In our scheme with p-punctured c-intervals, the transmission overhead is roughly r p+1 as r grows. Our scheme is very flexible with two parameters p and c. We may take p as large as possible if a user device allows a(More)
  • Phil A Hart, Terumi Kamisawa, William R Brugge, Jae Bock Chung, Emma L Culver, László Czakó +19 others
  • 2013
OBJECTIVE Autoimmune pancreatitis (AIP) is a treatable form of chronic pancreatitis that has been increasingly recognised over the last decade. We set out to better understand the current burden of AIP at several academic institutions diagnosed using the International Consensus Diagnostic Criteria, and to describe long-term outcomes, including organs(More)
We develop a couple of new methods to reduce transmission overheads in broadcast encryption. The methods are based on the idea of assigning one key per each partition using one-way key chains after partitioning the users. One method adopts skipping chains on partitions containing up to p revoked users and the other adopts cascade chains on partitions with(More)
At PKC 2003 Paeng, Jung, and Ha proposed a lattice based public key cryptosystem(PJH). It is originated from GGH, and designed as a hybrid of GGH and NTRUEncrypt in order to reduce the key size. They claimed that PJH is secure against all possible attacks, especially against lattice attacks. However, in this paper, we present a key recovery attack, based on(More)
Because acute cholangitis sometimes rapidly progresses to a severe form accompanied by organ dysfunction, caused by the systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) and/or sepsis, prompt diagnosis and severity assessment are necessary for appropriate management, including intensive care with organ support and urgent biliary drainage in addition to medical(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS We aimed to evaluate survival time and prognostic factors in patients with advanced unresectable cholangiocarcinoma who have not received surgery, chemotherapy, or radiotherapy. METHODS A total of 1,377 patients, who were diagnosed with primary cholangiocarcinoma between 1996 and 2002, were reviewed retrospectively according to the(More)
Small pancreatic cancers (longest diameter </=2 cm) have been regarded as preliminary to early pancreatic cancer, which was thought to be highly curable. During our experience since 1989, we evaluated 542 cases of pancreatic cancer. Among them we found 74 cases of tumors </=2 cm in diameter, small pancreatic cancer (TS1 pancreatic cancer).(More)
Our study focused on the antioxidant activities of Mosidae leaf ethanol extract (MLE) and included measurements of reducing power, total phenolic compounds, DPPH radical scavenging activity, and hydroxyl radical scavenging activity. In order to determine whether or not MLE evidences any chemopreventive activities, experimental lung metastasis was induced(More)