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K-SEC(Korean-Spoken English Corpus) is a kind of speech database that is under construction by the authors of this paper. This article discusses the needs of the K-SEC from various academic disciplines and industrial circles, and it introduces the characteristics of the K-SEC design, its catalogues and contents of the recorded database, exemplifying what(More)
This paper is devoted to the convergence rate estimate for the method of successive subspace corrections applied to symmetric and positive semidefinite (singular) problems. In a general Hilbert space setting, a convergence rate identity is obtained for the method of subspace corrections in terms of the subspace solvers. As an illustration, the new abstract(More)
Recent functional imaging studies have demonstrated that the sensation of tinnitus is associated with activity in cortical regions functionally linked to subserve the generation, perception and processing of the tinnitus stimulus. Previous functional imaging studies have focused primarily on the cortical centers. However, none of these examined the(More)
For the continuum and discrete elastic equations, we derive exact artificial boundary conditions (ABCs), often referred to as transparent boundary conditions, that can be applied at a planar interface below which there are no forces. Solution of the elasticity equations can then be performed using this interface as an artificial boundary, often with greatly(More)
We provide a proof of both the stability and the approximation property for the finite element approximations of the axisymmetric Stokes problem by continuous piecewise polynomials of degree κ + 1 for the velocity and continuous piecewise polynomials of degree κ for the pressure with any κ ≥ 1. New techniques are designed so that in this perspective, by a(More)
We apply an efficient and fast algorithm to simulate the atomistic strain model for epitaxial systems, recently introduced by Schindler et al. [Phys. Rev. B 67, 075316 (2003)]. The discrete effects in this lattice statics model are crucial for proper simulation of the influence of strain for thin film epitaxial growth, but the size of the atomistic systems(More)