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Quantum Correlations in Nuclear Mean Field Theory Through Source Terms
Suk-Joon Lee
Physics , 1996,
Abstract: Starting from full quantum field theory, various mean field approaches are derived systematically. With a full consideration of external source dependence, the stationary phase approximation of an action gives a nuclear mean field theory which includes quantum correlation effects (such as particle-hole or ladder diagram) in a simpler way than the Brueckner-Hartree-Fock approach. Implementing further approximation, the result can be reduced to Hartree-Fock or Hartree approximation. The role of the source dependence in a mean field theory is examined.
Fragmentation model and quark/hadron system
Suk-Joon Lee
Physics , 1994,
Abstract: Nuclear multifragmentation process can be viewed as a recombination of nucleons into clusters of various sizes. In a combinatorial analysis, various moments of cluster size distribution appear to be quite simple in terms of canonical partition functions. This simple model can also describe a branching phenomena and a clusterization phenomena. The possibility of applying this fragmentation model in describing a hadronization of quark-gluon system and a strangeness production is discussed.
Two freeze-out model for the hadrons produced in the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions
Suk Choi,Kang Seog Lee
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.84.064905
Abstract: An expanding fireball model with two freeze-outs, which assumes that the chemical freeze-out occurs earlier at higher temperature and the thermal freeze-out occurs later at lower temperature, is developed and successfully applied to fit simultaneously the hadron ratios, transverse momentum spectra of measured hadrons and rapidity distribution of charged hadrons measured in Au+Au collision at 200 A$\cdot$GeV by STAR, PHENIX and PHOBOS collaborations. The quality of all the fittings is very good and the resulting parameters are in agreement with published values.
A Consistent Way of Analysis of Hadrons Measured in a Finite Rapidity Interval in Relativistic Heavy-ion Collisions
Suk Choi,Kang Seog Lee
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: A new iteration method is proposed for analyzing both the multiplicities and the transverse momentum spectra measured only within a small rapidity interval and with low momentum limit without any inconsistency or ad hoc assumptions and applied to the hadron data by the ALICE collaboration in Pb+Pb collisions at 2.76 TeV/A. In order to correctly consider the resonance contribution only to the small rapidity interval, ratios involving only those hadrons whose transverse momentum spectrum is available are considered. In spite of the small number of ratios considered, the fittings of both the ratios the transverse momentum spectra are excellent. Also the calculated ratios involving strange baryons with parameters obtained agree with data surprisingly well.
Analysis of low energy pion spectra
Suk Choi,Kang Seog Lee
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.3938/jkps.52.39
Abstract: The transverse mass spectra and the rapidity distributions of $\pi^+$ and $\pi^-$ in Au-Au collisions at 2, 4, 6, and 8 GeV$\cdot$A by E895 collaboration are fitted using an elliptically expanding fireball model with the contribution from the resonance decays and the final state Coulomb interaction. The ratio of the total number of produced $\pi^-$ and $\pi^+$ is used to fit the data. The resulting freeze-out temperature is rather low($T_f < 60$ MeV) with large transverse flow and thus resonance contribution is very small. The difference in the shape of $m_t$ spectra of the oppositely charged pions are found to be due to the Coulomb interaction of the pions.
Distributed Sensor Network Based on RFID System for Localization of Multiple Mobile Agents  [PDF]
Byoung-Suk Choi, Joon-Woo Lee, Ju-Jang Lee, Kyoung-Taik Park
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/wsn.2011.31001
Abstract: This paper presents a distributed wireless sensor network for multiple mobile agents localization. Localization of mobile agents, such as mobile robots, humans, and moving objects, in an indoor space is essential for robot-robot interaction (RRI) and human-robot interaction (HRI). The standard localization system, which is based on sensors installed in the robot body, is not suitable for multiple agents. Therefore, the concept of sensor network, which uses wireless sensors distributed in a specified space, is used in this study. By analyzing related studies, two solutions are proposed for the localization of mobile agents including humans: a new hardware system and a new software algorithm. The first solution focuses on the architectural design of the wireless sensor network for multiple agent localization. A passive RFID system is used, and then the architecture of the sensor network is adapted to suit the target system. The second solution centers on a localization algorithm based on the sensor network. The proposed localization algorithm improves the accuracy in the multiple agent localization system. The algorithm uses the displacement conditions of the mobile agents and the recognition changes between the RFID tags and RFID reader. Through experiments using a real platform, the usefulness of the proposed system is verified.
Alpha Chain Structures of ^{12}C
Suk-Ho Hong,Suk-Joon Lee
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: N-\alpha structures of light nuclei with axial symmetry are studied using relativistic Hartree approximation. Metastable excited states are searched in a configuration space which allows linear alpha chain structures. As a result, it is shown that ^{12}C has ^8Be + \alpha resonance state at about 1 MeV above ^8Be-\alpha threshold as an asymmetric 3-\alpha linear-chain structure, which plays an important role in stellar nucleosynthesis.
Nuclear Density-Dependent Effective Coupling Constants in the Mean-Field Theory
Jae Hwang Lee,Young Jae Lee,Suk-Joon Lee
Physics , 1996,
Abstract: It is shown that the equation of state of nuclear matter can be determined within the mean-field theory of $\sigma \omega$ model provided only that the nucleon effective mass curve is given. We use a family of the possible nucleon effective mass curves that reproduce the empirical saturation point in the calculation of the nuclear binding energy curves in order to obtain density-dependent effective coupling constants. The resulting density-dependent coupling constants may be used to study a possible equation of state of nuclear system at high density or neutron matter. Within the constraints used in this paper to $M^*$ of nuclear matter at saturation point and zero density, neutron matter of large incompressibility is strongly bound at high density while soft neutron matter is weakly bound at low density. The study also exhibits the importance of surface vibration modes in the study of nuclear equation of state.
A Case of Secondary Iris Cyst AfterPupilloplasty*  [PDF]
Ja Young Lee, Sun Woong Kim, Eun Suk Koh, Jee Ho Chang
Open Journal of Ophthalmology (OJOph) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojoph.2013.31004

Purpose: To investigate the pathogenesis of a secondary iris cyst with an immunohistochemical method. Methods: Single observational case report. A pathologic specimen was obtained from a 5-year-old girl who was found to have a secondary iris cyst. She had a history of previous penetrating ocular trauma and subsequent cataract surgery and pupilloplasty. Immunohistochemical staining with cytokeratin (CK) 19 and CK3 was used. Results: After immunohistochemical staining, the inner wall showed positive staining for CK19, which is specific for limbal, peripheral cornea and conjunctival epithelium, and negative staining for CK3, which is specific for corneal epithelium. Conclusions: With the aid of immunohistochemical analysis, a conjunctival epithelial origin was indicated, and pupilloplasty was identified as the causal event of the iris cyst while the possibility of primary iris cyst was ruled out.

A case of gouty arthritis following percutaneous radiofrequency ablation for hepatocellular carcinoma
Dae Hee Choi, Hyo-Suk Lee
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2010,
Abstract: Percutaneous radiofrequency thermal ablation (RFA) is considered an effective technique for providing local control in the majority of Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) patients. Although RFA is generally well tolerated, recent studies have reported complications associated with RFA. We describe a case of acute gouty arthritis in a 71-year-old man with chronic renal failure who was treated with RFA for a HCC lesion and who had hepatitis B-associated cirrhosis and mild renal insufficiency. Regular surveillance of the patient detected a 3.5 cm HCC lesion. Because the patient had declined surgery, RFA was chosen for therapy. On the third post-procedural day, the laboratory results showed increases in his uric acid and potassium levels, which were compatible with a tumor lysis syndrome. On the 6th post-procedural day, the patient complained of new right knee pain. Subsequent joint aspiration revealed monosodium urate monohydrate crystals. We made the diagnosis of acute gouty arthritis arising from tumor lysis and liver infarction caused by HCC ablation, which was aggravated by acute renal insufficiency. After adequate hydration and administration of oral colchicines, the patient’s right knee pain subsided and the uric acid serum level returned to normal. This is the first described case of acute gouty arthritis after RFA for a HCC lesion in a patient with underlying chronic renal insufficiency. To avoid hyperuricemia and an acute attack of gout after RFA therapy for HCC, early identification of patients at risk is warranted, such as those with a large tumor, rapid tumor growth, and renal insufficiency, and preventative measures should be considered.
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