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Handong Global University

Pohang, South Korea

Handong Global University is a private, Christian, four-year university located in Pohang, North Gyeongsang province, South Korea. Wikipedia.

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Center For Integrated Smart Sensors Foundation and Handong Global University | Date: 2015-03-09

An event sensing method using a frequency component in a surveillance camera comprises the steps of: obtaining at least one of a plurality of frequency components for a first frame of a digital image and at least one of a plurality of frequency components for a second frame after the first frame of the digital image; and sensing whether an event occurs in a digital image corresponding to the second frame by using the at least one of the plurality of frequency components for the first frame and the at least one of the plurality of frequency components for the second frame.

Center For Integrated Smart Sensors Foundation and Handong Global University | Date: 2015-04-16

An event detection method using frame grouping according to time and an apparatus therefor are provided. The event detection method includes generating a plurality of images by successively capturing objects using a plurality of frames, wherein the plurality of frames are grouped into a plurality of groups based on whether the plurality of frames have the same or similar amounts of exposure, grouping images generated with frames corresponding to each of the plurality of groups, and determining whether a previously defined event occurs using the grouped images.

News Article | October 28, 2016
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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA--(Marketwired - Oct 25, 2016) - Hosted by The Economist Korea and sponsored by Joongangilbo, JTBC-TV, Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, and Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, the winners of '2016 Korean Economy Leader' award were announced. The winners of '2016 Korean Economy Award' were given to 35 economic leaders among various companies and organizations in 11 categories of management such as Innovation, Human Resource, Future Planning, Sustainability, Ethics, Corporate Responsibility, Branding, Synergy, Global, Research and Development, and Economics. The award ceremony was held on October 14th at Millennium Hilton Hotel in Seoul. The following is the list of award winners: Bo-Saeng, Park (Mayor / Gimcheon-City)  Gi-Woo, Lee (President / JEI University) Yang-Seok, Ryu (Chairman / Seoyon E-Hwa Co., Ltd.) Un-Ha, Roh (CEO / Panasonic Korea, Ltd.)  Suk-Ju, Hwang (Governor / Sunchang-County) Byeong-Ho, Ahn (Governor / Hampyeong-County)  Yong-Sun, Shin (Chairman / Korea Road Traffic Authority)  Jong-Hyun, Chang (President / Baekseok Culture University)  Dong-Won, Kwak (CEO / Busan Metropolitan Corporation) Kook-Young, Han (Head Manager / Arisu, the Office of Waterworks Seoul Metropolitan Government)  Kyung-Bae, Park (Chairman / Korea Local Promotion Foundation) Soon-Heung, Chang (President / Handong Global University) Won-Bok, Lee (President & CEO / Korea Testing Laboratory) Chul, Lee (Chairman / Noble Nomard HP Co., Ltd.)  Chul-Woo, Lee (CEO / Daesung Electroc Co., Ltd.)  Hyun-Kun, Lee (CEO / Mycomsoft, Inc.) Hyun-Sook, Chang (CEO / Semi Shipping Co., Ltd.) Sung-Ho, Jun (CEO / Solum Co., Ltd.)  Hwa-Sun, Shin (CEO / Shinwha Real Estate Research & Development Institute)  In-Sik, Kim (Chairman / Cherrybro Co., Ltd.)  Hwa-Seon, Choi (CEO / Kirby Korea)  Sung-Ook, Kim (CEO / KT Music Corp.) Chul-Jong, Yoo (CEO / Funding Platform)  Moon-Seok, Kim (CEO / How To Invest) Seung-Soo, Kang (Vice-President / Hamssem Co., Ltd.) Jeong-Bok, Yoo (Mayor / Incheon Metropolitan City)  Nac-Yeon, Lee (The Governor of a Province / Jeollanam-do)  Moon-Oh, Kim (Governor / Dalseong-County)  Yong-Boo, Lee (Governor / Boseong-County)  Jong-gil, Je (Mayor / Ansan-City)  Pil-Un, Lee (Mayor / Anyang-City) Sun-Bong, Hwang (Governor / Yesan-County)  Woo-Chul, Shin (Governor / Wando-County)  Sun-Yeung, Yun (Mayor / Jung-gu, Daegu Metropolitan City)  Hyeon-Jong, Lee (Governor/ Cheorwon-County)

Hwang S.S.,Handong Global University
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Year: 2017

Graphic designers utilize colors or various combinations of colors to express information effectively. However, the information expressed by colors may be lost when viewers are color blind. This paper presents a system for the color blind which can minimize information loss by automatic information loss detection and color compensation. The proposed system is operated in a mobile device, and for hardware and software independency, it periodically takes a screenshot. To test possible information loss, the system generates the simulated model of the screenshot and applies the equivalent segmentation algorithm to the screenshot and the simulated model. The possible information loss is then estimated by measuring the ratio between the number of groups in the original design and that in the simulated model. When possible information loss is detected, color compensation is applied to the screenshot. For inexpensive computation, a color compensation algorithm which does not require color space transformation is utilized. Simulation results show that the proposed application enables color vision deficiencies to receive information expressed by colors. © Springer International Publishing AG 2017.

Sung K.Y.,Handong Global University
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Year: 2017

Even with a big progress with computing facilities including notebook PC, tap computers, and smartphones, there is still no consideration at all to deal with users’ emotions while they use computing devices. In this study, a primitive idea with some technique is suggested to monitor users’ emotional changes while using computing facility. With the help of some physiological signals collected from sensors attached to a mouse or keyboard, the application programs or OS can be made to behave or respond some appropriate actions depending on users’ emotional status. Two typical body signals used in this study are finger temperature and skin resistance, which may be measured with a keyboard and a mouse attached with sensors. To respond to user’s emotions, an application program should be equipped with some components that are able to analyze user’s abrupt emotion changes through input sensors. To fully use affective techniques developed with application software and also operating system, the functionalities dealing with body signals should be included into the programs, and also various sensing techniques for measuring user’s temperature and skin resistance should be attached to input devices. The difficulties related to affective UI is to make a general indication of many users’ emotions, and to extract particular emotions based on body temperature and skin resistance that are measured with input devices, which is related to the individualization of body signals. © Springer International Publishing AG 2017.

Handong Global University and Center For Integrated Smart Sensors | Date: 2015-11-24

An encryption method for compressed video is provided. The encryption method includes the steps of confirming a partial bit stream included in a compressed video, and selectively using a lookup tablethe lookup table storing encryption information, which is needed for each encryption of a plurality of bit streams, at addresses of patterns respective to the plurality of bit streamsbased on a result of the confirmation and encrypting the partial bit stream.

Electronics, Telecommunications Research Institute and Handong Global University | Date: 2015-10-30

Disclosed is an in-band full duplex transceiver. The in-band full duplex transceiver may include a transmitter, a hybrid transformer, and an impedance matching unit. The hybrid transformer may include a first end connected to an antenna, may output a transmitting signal to the antenna, and may output a received signal provided through the antenna to the receiver. The impedance matching unit may include balance networks connected to a second end of the hybrid transformer and matching impedance of the antenna.

Lee J.-Y.,Handong Global University
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology | Year: 2010

In this paper, the characteristics of ultrawideband (UWB) channels on outdoor roadway and indoor parking environments are investigated. A set of propagation measurements were conducted on roadways and in underground parking garages, and the resulting propagation data consist of approximately 1200 measured signals. Multipath properties are characterized using tapped-delay-line and SalehValenzuela (SV) models. Power-law-type decay patterns are observed in the ray-energy decay, as well as in the power delay profile. Results are compared with existing UWB models, including the IEEE 802.15.4a channel model. © 2006 IEEE.

Tamang J.P.,Sikkim University | Watanabe K.,National Taiwan University of Science and Technology | Holzapfel W.H.,Handong Global University
Frontiers in Microbiology | Year: 2016

Culturalable and non-culturable microorganisms naturally ferment majority of global fermented foods and beverages. Traditional food fermentation represents an extremely valuable cultural heritage in most regions, and harbors a huge genetic potential of valuable but hitherto undiscovered strains. Holistic approaches for identification and complete profiling of both culturalable and non-culturable microorganisms in global fermented foods are of interest to food microbiologists. The application of culture-independent technique has thrown new light on the diversity of a number of hitherto unknown and non-cultural microorganisms in naturally fermented foods. Functional bacterial groups ("phylotypes") may be reflected by their mRNA expression in a particular substrate and not by mere DNA-level detection. An attempt has been made to review the microbiology of some fermented foods and alcoholic beverages of the world. © 2016 Tamang, Watanabe and Holzapfel.

This study aimed to identify the perceived stigma toward, and quality of life of, individuals diagnosed with a mental illness in South Korea, and how these two variables related to the clubhouse model and the rehabilitation skills training model in psychiatric rehabilitation. In August 2007, a self-report survey questionnaire regarding perceived stigma (Perceived Stigma Scale; PSS) and perceived quality of life (Korean Quality of Life; K-QOL) was administered to 521 individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia, who, at the time, had been participating in one of the two different models of psychiatric rehabilitation for over 3 months. The participants in the clubhouse model group reported significantly lower PSS scores and significantly higher K-QOL scores than did the recipients of the rehabilitation skills training model. Participants in the clubhouse model reported significantly higher interpersonal relationship scores in K-QOL than did the recipients of the rehabilitation skills training model. The individuals who participated in the clubhouse model reported significantly lower scores of perceived stigma and higher scores of perceived quality of life than did those who participated in the rehabilitation skills training model. These findings suggest that active participation, self-determination, and increased roles in rehabilitation programs as experienced in these programs in South Korea will be effective in decreasing perceived stigma and promoting quality of life in individuals diagnosed with mental illness.

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