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- Shinae Jang, Hongki Jo, Soojin Cho, Kirill Mechitov, Jennifer A Rice, Sung-Han Sim +4 others
- 2010

Structural health monitoring (SHM) of civil infrastructure using wireless smart sensor networks (WSSNs) has received significant public attention in recent years. The benefits of WSSNs are that they are low-cost, easy to install, and provide effective data management via on-board computation. This paper reports on the deployment and evaluation of a… (More)

Age-related differences (9- to 15-year-olds) in the neural correlates of mapping from phonology to orthography were examined with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Participants were asked to determine if two spoken words had the same spelling for the rime (corresponding letters after the first consonant or consonant cluster). Some of the word… (More)

- Soojin Cho, Jerome P Lynch, Jong-Jae Lee, Chung-Bang Yun
- 2010

Cable-supported bridges rely on the use of steel cables to support the bridge deck and load on it. Cable tension forces are monitored during construction to assist the alignment of cables and to ensure no cables are overloaded. Given that the cables are critical load carrying elements, it is prudent to routinely monitor the levels of cable tensions during… (More)

- Soojin Cho, Hongki Jo, Shinae Jang, Jongwoong Park, Hyung-Jo Jung, Chung-Bang Yun +2 others
- 2010

This paper analyses the data collected from the 2 nd Jindo Bridge, a cable-stayed bridge in Korea that is a structural health monitoring (SHM) international test bed for advanced wireless smart sensors network (WSSN) technology. The SHM system consists of a total of 70 wireless smart sensor nodes deployed underneath of the deck, on the pylons, and on the… (More)

- Cynthia K Thompson, Aya Meltzer-Asscher, Soojin Cho, Jiyeon Lee, Christina Wieneke, Sandra Weintraub +1 other
- Behavioural neurology
- 2013

The paper reports findings derived from three experiments examining syntactic and morphosyntactic processing in individuals with agrammatic and logopenic variants of primary progressive aphasia (PPA-G and PPA-L, respectively) and stroke-induced agrammatic and anomic aphasia (StrAg and StrAn, respectively). We examined comprehension and production of… (More)

In this note we obtain numerous new bases for the algebra of symmetric functions whose generators are chromatic symmetric functions. More precisely, if {G k } k1 is a set of connected graphs such that G k has k vertices for each k, then the set of all chromatic symmetric functions {X G k } k1 generates the algebra of symmetric functions. We also obtain… (More)

- Soojin Cho, Stephanie Van Willigenburg
- 2016

In this note we classify when a skew Schur function is a positive linear combination of power sum symmetric functions. We then use this to determine precisely when a skew Schur function is the chromatic symmetric function of some graph. As a consequence we prove that of the classical bases for symmetric functions only the elementary symmetric functions can… (More)