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# Hongik University

Education•Seoul, South Korea•

About: Hongik University is a education organization based out in Seoul, South Korea. It is known for research contribution in the topics: OLED & Quantum dot. The organization has 2649 authors who have published 6212 publications receiving 74659 citations. The organization is also known as: Hong-ik University.

Topics: OLED, Quantum dot, Antenna (radio), Thin film, Wireless sensor network

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TL;DR: This work proposes a novel FTL design that combines the two different granularities in address translation, motivated by the idea that coarse grain address translation lowers the resources required to maintain translation information, which is crucial in mobile consumer products for cost and power consumption reasons, while fine grain addresstranslation is efficient in handling small size writes.

Abstract: Flash memory is becoming increasingly important as nonvolatile storage for mobile consumer electronics due to its low power consumption and shock resistance. However, it imposes technical challenges in that a write should be preceded by an erase operation, and that this erase operation can be performed only in a unit much larger than the write unit. To address these technical hurdles, an intermediate software layer called a flash translation layer (FTL) is generally employed to redirect logical addresses from the host system to physical addresses in flash memory. Previous approaches have performed this address translation at the granularity of either a write unit (page) or an erase unit (block). We propose a novel FTL design that combines the two different granularities in address translation. This is motivated by the idea that coarse grain address translation lowers the resources required to maintain translation information, which is crucial in mobile consumer products for cost and power consumption reasons, while fine grain address translation is efficient in handling small size writes. Performance evaluation based on trace-driven simulation shows that the proposed scheme significantly outperforms previously proposed approaches.

927 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors analyze the statistical properties of Bitcoin and find that it is uncorrelated with traditional asset classes such as stocks, bonds and commodities both in normal times and in periods of financial turmoil.

725 citations

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TL;DR: Experimental results from trace-driven simulations show that the performance of the LRFU is at least competitive with that of previously known policies for the workloads the authors considered.

Abstract: Efficient and effective buffering of disk blocks in main memory is critical for better file system performance due to a wide speed gap between main memory and hard disks. In such a buffering system, one of the most important design decisions is the block replacement policy that determines which disk block to replace when the buffer is full. In this paper, we show that there exists a spectrum of block replacement policies that subsumes the two seemingly unrelated and independent Least Recently Used (LRU) and Least Frequently Used (LFU) policies. The spectrum is called the LRFU (Least Recently/Frequently Used) policy and is formed by how much more weight we give to the recent history than to the older history. We also show that there is a spectrum of implementations of the LRFU that again subsumes the LRU and LFU implementations. This spectrum is again dictated by how much weight is given to recent and older histories and the time complexity of the implementations lies between O(1) (the time complexity of LRU) and {\rm O}(\log_2 n) (the time complexity of LFU), where n is the number of blocks in the buffer. Experimental results from trace-driven simulations show that the performance of the LRFU is at least competitive with that of previously known policies for the workloads we considered.

593 citations

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19 Apr 2011TL;DR: In this article, a generalized additive Cauchy equation of general form is proposed for linear functional congruence. But it is not stable on the unit interval. And it is unstable on a restricted domain.

Abstract: -1. Introduction. -2. Additive Cauchy Equation (Behavior of additive functions, Hyers-Ulam stability, Hyers-Ulam-Rassias stability, Stability on a restricted domain, Method of invariant means, Fixed point method, Composite functional congruences, Pexider equation, Remarks). -3. Generalized Additive Cauchy Equations (Functional equation f(ax+by)=af(x)+bf(y), Additive Cauchy equations of general form, Functional equation f(x+y)2=(f(x)+f(y))2). -4. Hossza"'s Functional Equation (Stability in the sense of Borelli, Hyers-Ulam stability, Generalized Hossza"'s equation is not stable on the unit interval, Hossza"'s functional equation of Pexider type). -5. Homogeneous Functional Equation(Homogeneous equation between Banach algebras, Superstability on a restricted domain, Homogeneous equation between vector spaces, Homogeneous equation of Pexide type). -6. Linear Functional Equations (A system for linear functions, Functional equation f(x+cy)=f(x)+cf(y), Stability for other equations).-7. Jensen's Functional Equation (Hyers-Ulam-Rassias stability, Stability on a restriced domain, Fixed point method, Lobacevskii s functional equation). -8. Quadratic Functional Equations (Hyers-Ulam-Rassias stability, Stability on a restricted domain, Fixedpoint method, Quadratic functional equation of other type, Quadratic functional equation of Pexider type). -9. Exponential Functional Equations (Superstability, Stability in the sense of Ger, Stability on a restricted domain, Exponential functional equation of other type). -10. Multiplicative Functional Equations (Superstability, delta-multiplicative functional, Theory of AMNM algebras, Functional equation f(xy)= f(x)y, Functional equation f(x+y)= f(x)f(y)f(1/x+1/y)). -11. Logarithmic Functional Equations (Functional equation f(xy)= yf(x), Superstability of equation f(xy)= yf(x), Functional equation of Heuvers). -12. Trigonometric Functional Equations (Cosine functional equation, Sine functional equation, Trigonometric equations with two unknowns, Butler-Rassias functional equation, Remarks). -13. Isometric Functional Equation (Hyers-Ulam stability, Stability on a restricted domain, Fixed point method, Wigner equation). -14. Miscellaneous (Associativity equation, Equation of multiplicative derivation, Gamma functional equation). -Bibliography. -Index.

528 citations

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TL;DR: The proposed model, called Fog Aware Density Evaluator (FADE), predicts the visibility of a foggy scene from a single image without reference to a corresponding fog-free image, without dependence on salient objects in a scene, without side geographical camera information, and without estimating a depth-dependent transmission map.

Abstract: We propose a referenceless perceptual fog density prediction model based on natural scene statistics (NSS) and fog aware statistical features. The proposed model, called Fog Aware Density Evaluator (FADE), predicts the visibility of a foggy scene from a single image without reference to a corresponding fog-free image, without dependence on salient objects in a scene, without side geographical camera information, without estimating a depth-dependent transmission map, and without training on human-rated judgments. FADE only makes use of measurable deviations from statistical regularities observed in natural foggy and fog-free images. Fog aware statistical features that define the perceptual fog density index derive from a space domain NSS model and the observed characteristics of foggy images. FADE not only predicts perceptual fog density for the entire image, but also provides a local fog density index for each patch. The predicted fog density using FADE correlates well with human judgments of fog density taken in a subjective study on a large foggy image database. As applications, FADE not only accurately assesses the performance of defogging algorithms designed to enhance the visibility of foggy images, but also is well suited for image defogging. A new FADE-based referenceless perceptual image defogging, dubbed DEnsity of Fog Assessment-based DEfogger (DEFADE) achieves better results for darker, denser foggy images as well as on standard foggy images than the state of the art defogging methods. A software release of FADE and DEFADE is available online for public use: http://live.ece.utexas.edu/research/fog/index.html .

510 citations

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Name | H-index | Papers | Citations |
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Jin Yong Lee | 107 | 757 | 55220 |

Patricia L. Mokhtarian | 79 | 408 | 23310 |

Fawwaz T. Ulaby | 74 | 419 | 29915 |

Kamal Sarabandi | 66 | 787 | 19099 |

Dong-Wook Kim | 51 | 639 | 10636 |

Seung-Boo Jung | 46 | 495 | 8620 |

Heesun Yang | 46 | 188 | 7631 |

Woo Jin Kim | 44 | 189 | 6798 |

Dong-Seok Hyun | 43 | 300 | 6095 |

Horacio J. Marquez | 39 | 182 | 4913 |

Chang-Min Lee | 38 | 103 | 3842 |

Do Kyung Hwang | 34 | 119 | 4310 |

Hojung Cha | 33 | 190 | 4758 |

Jong Hwan Sung | 33 | 80 | 3631 |

Jong-Seon No | 32 | 334 | 4251 |