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- Seung-Yeon Kim, Sang Bub Lee, Jooyoung Lee
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2005

The optimization results by conformational space annealing are presented for an off-lattice protein model consisting of hydrophobic and hydrophilic residues in Fibonacci sequences. The ground-state energies found are lower than those reported in the literature. In addition, the ground-state conformations in three dimensions exhibit the important aspect of… (More)

- Sang Bub Lee
- 2001

We devise a new algorithm to obtain the pair-connectedness function Per) for continuumpercolation models from computer simulations. It is shown to converge rapidly to the infinitesystem limit, even near the percolation threshold, thus providing accurate estimates of Per) for a wide range of densities. We specifically consider an interpenetrable-particle… (More)

- Sang Bub Lee, Sang-Gui Lee
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2008

The two scaling relations in absorbing phase transitions, nu_||=beta/theta and z=nu_||/nu_(perpendicular), are studied for a conserved lattice gas model. The critical indices calculated elaborately from the all-sample average density of active particles appear to satisfy both relations. However, the exponent nu_(perpendicular) calculated from the surviving… (More)

- Sang-Gui Lee, Sang Bub Lee
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

The deterministic conserved threshold transfer process, which is a variant of the conserved threshold transfer process modified in a way as that hopping of a particle is to be deterministic, is proposed. The critical behavior of the model is investigated in one, two, and four dimensions. It is found that the order parameter yields a discontinuous… (More)

- Changhan Lee, Sang Bub Lee
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

An influence of diluted sites on surface growth has been investigated, using the restricted solid-on-solid model. It was found that, with respect to equilibrium growth, the surface width and the saturated width exhibited universal power-law behaviors, i.e., W approximately t(beta) and W(sat) approximately L(zeta), regarding all cases with respect to the… (More)

- Sang Bub Lee
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2011

The scalings in film growth by pulsed laser deposition (PLD) and modulated beam deposition (MBD) were investigated by Monte Carlo simulations. In PLD, an atomic pulse beam with a period t(0) were deposited instantaneously on a substrate, whereas in MBD, adatoms were deposited during a short time interval t(1) (0≤t(1)≤t(0)) within each period. If t(1)=0, MBD… (More)

- Sang Bub Lee
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2014

The critical behavior of absorbing phase transitions for two typical models in the Manna universality class, the conserved Manna model and the conserved lattice gas model, both on a square lattice, was investigated using the natural initial states. Various critical exponents were estimated using the static and dynamic simulations. The exponents… (More)

- Sang-Gui Lee, Sang Bub Lee
- Complex
- 2009

Validity of two scaling relations β = ν‖θ and z = ν‖/ν⊥ widely known in absorbing phase transitions is studied for the conserved lattice gas (CLG) model and the conserved threshold transfer process CTTP) both in one dimension. For the CLG model, it is found that both relations hold when the critical exponents calculated from the allsample average density of… (More)

- Sang Bub Lee
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2012

The critical exponents were measured for absorbing phase transitions in the conserved lattice gas (CLG) model on a simple cubic lattice. The correlation-length exponent calculated from the dynamic exponent obtained by finite-size scaling and from the mean spreading distance was consistently found to be ν(⊥)=0.631±0.02, which yields a positive specific heat… (More)

- Sang Bub Lee
- 2005

We measure the fractal dimension of islands during epitaxial thin-film growth. The fractal dimension appears to depend on the ratio of the diffusion-to-deposition rates D/F and on the coverage of adatoms. For sufficiently large D/F , i.e., D/F ≥ 10, and for sufficiently low coverages, the fractal dimension appears to be similar to that of the… (More)