Sang-Mook Lee

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  • Sang-Mook Lee, Ki-Man Choi, Sil-Gu Mun, Jung-Hyung Moon, Chang-Hee Lee
  • 2005
—We demonstrate a bidirectional 12-channel wavelength division -multiplexing passive optical network (WDM-PON) with 50-GHz channel spacing based on wavelength-locked Fabry–Pérot laser diodes. The maximum transmission length is 30 km including 20 km of feeder fiber and 10 km of distribution fiber. The proposed WDM-PON system can accommodate 80 channels with(More)
Splines can be used to approximate noisy data with a few control points. This paper presents a new curve matching method for deformable shapes using two-dimensional splines. In contrast to the residual error criterion [7], which is based on relative locations of corresponding knot points such that is reliable primarily for dense point sets, we use(More)
Dimensionality reduction and clustering on statistical manifolds is presented. Statistical manifold [16] is a 2D Riemannian manifold which is statistically defined by maps that transform a parameter domain onto a set of probability density functions. Principal component analysis (PCA) based dimensionality reduction is performed on the manifold, and(More)
— A new approach to active contours on statistical manifolds is presented. The statistical manifolds are 2-dimensional Riemannian manifolds that are statistically defined by maps that transform a parameter domain onto a set of probability density functions. In this novel framework, color or texture features are measured at each image point and their(More)
Viscoplasticity has been considered to be a dominant element in causing the nucleation of shear instability leading to lithospheric weakening. Here, we propose that a simple contrast in shear moduli may be sufficient for explaining the fast timescale asymmetric shear instability in a bimaterial setting. Not much attention has been paid to heterogeneous(More)
Detecting and classifying defects are required to grade and sort pallet parts. Use of quality parts can extend the life cycle of pallets and can reduce long-term cost. An investigation has been carried out to detect and classify defects in yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera, L.) and red oak (Quercus rubra, L.) stringers using ultrasonic scanning. Data(More)
  • Sang-Mook Lee, A Lynn Abbott, Philip A Araman, Daniel L Schmoldt
  • 2003
This paper is concerned with scanning and assessment of hardwood lumber early in the manufacturing process. Scanning operations that take place immediately after the headrig have significantly greater potential to reduce loss and improve economic value, as compared to scanning that is performed during subsequent manufacturing steps. In spite of this, the(More)