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—In traditional, adaptive signal processing algorithms one change both the amplitude and phase of the weight vectors associated with an array at each of the antenna elements. The use of complex weights offers greater control over the array response at the expense of system complexity. However, it is easier if one requires only amplitude variation with a(More)
—In most adaptive algorithms, it is generally assumed that one knows the direction of arrival (DOA) of the signal of interest (SOI) through the steering vector of the array and the goal is to estimate its complex amplitude in the presence of jammer, clutter and noise. In space-time adap-tive processing (STAP) the goal is to seek for a target located along a(More)
Rhus-related illnesses in Korea are mostly caused by ingestion of parts of the Rhus tree. Contact dermatitis occurrence after ingestion of Rhus-related food is very common in Korea. However, Rhus-related gastrointestinal disease is very rare. Herein, we present a case of eosinophilic gastroenteritis caused by Rhus ingestion. A 75-year-old woman was admitted(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate potential predictors of biochemical recurrence (BCR) in patients with localized prostate cancer with negative surgical resection margin (SRM). MATERIALS AND METHODS Data from 582 consecutive patients diagnosed with localized prostate cancer with negative SRM who underwent only radical prostatectomy between November 2003 and April(More)
SUMMARY A Q-enhanced 8th order CMOS active bandpass filter is presented employing a novel two-stage self-calibration technique. The proposed active filter shows the better out-band attenuation performance than other reported CMOS active bandpass filters. The proposed calibration method enables the stable filtering operation affected by neither the input(More)
This paper introduces Honeybee, a hybrid Hive and RDBMS system, and describes experimental results related with the performance of its query processing. According to our experimental results, in the case of join queries, unlike other queries, query processing delay becomes a problem due to an increase of the size of output data. To solve this problem, we(More)
BACKGROUND Single incision thoracoscopic surgery (SITS) is recognized as a difficult procedure and surgeons hesitate to perform this technique. We describe our experience of SITS and determine whether SITS can be a routine approach in minimally invasive surgery. METHODS From May 2011 to April 2013, a single operator attempted SITS for 264 cases. Their(More)