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The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Satellite 4 is an ultraviolet telescope in a satellite. It is funded by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute, and was launched on 27 September 2003 into an Earth orbit with a height between 675 and 695 km. Wikipedia.


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Samsung, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2015-02-05

A power supply apparatus may include a transformer unit outputting a voltage transformed depending on an inductance ratio between a primary side and a secondary side, an inductance varying unit varying an inductance of the primary side depending on whether or not external input power is being input, and an output unit stabilizing the transformed voltage and outputting the stabilized voltage.


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Samsung, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2015-08-12

The present disclosure relates to a pre-5


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Korea Advanced Institute of Science, Technology and Samsung | Date: 2015-01-15

A medical image registration method and apparatus are described. By performance of a medical image registration method, a highly accurate registered image, in which breathing deformation information is considered, may be obtained by generation of non-real-time medical images in which the breathing deformation information is reflected before a medical procedure is conducted and by rigid registration of a real-time medical image and the generated non-real-time medical images during the medical procedure.


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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2015-03-20

Provided are a method of removing a perchlorate ion (ClO


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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2015-07-06

A computer-aided simulation method for an atomic-resolution scanning Seebeck microscope (SSM) image is provided. In the computer-aided simulation method, a computer may calculate a local thermoelectric voltage for a position of a voltage probe, to acquire an SSM image corresponding to the position, using the following equation: in which V(r) denotes the local thermoelectric voltage, V denotes a volume integral of a temperature profile.

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