Tae-Chang Jo

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High-volume, multistage continuous production flow through a re-entrant factory is modeled through a conservation law for a continuous-density variable on a continuous-production line augmented by a state equation for the speed of the production along the production line. The resulting nonlinear, nonlocal hyperbolic conservation law allows fast and accurate(More)
The spread of H5N1 virus to Europe and continued human infection in Southeast Asia have heightened pandemic concern. Although, fortunately, sustained human-to-human transmissions have not been reported yet, it is said that a pandemic virus which can be easily transmitted among humans certainly emerges in the future. In this study, we extended the previous(More)
We present a simple iterative scheme to solve numerically a regularized internal wave model describing the large amplitude motion of the interface between two layers of different densities. Compared with the original strongly nonlinear internal wave model of Miyata [10] and Choi and Camassa [2], the regularized model adopted here suppresses shear(More)
A strongly nonlinear asymptotic model describing the evolution of large amplitude internal waves in a two-layer system is studied numerically. While the steady model has been demonstrated to capture correctly the characteristics of large amplitude internal solitary waves, a local stability analysis shows that the time-dependent inviscid model suffers from(More)
The number of applications to enable keyword query over graph-structured data are enormously increasing in various application domains like Web, Database, Chemical compounds, Bio-informatics etc. The existing search systems reveal serious performance problem due to their failure to integrate information from multiple connected resources. In this paper, we(More)
The Mathieu partial differential equation (PDE) is analyzed as a prototypical model for pattern formation due to parametric resonance. After averaging and scaling, it is shown to be a perturbed nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLS). Adiabatic perturbation theory for solitons is applied to determine which solitons of the NLS survive the perturbation due to(More)
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