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Chung, Jin-Ho (정진호)

Department
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering(전기전자컴퓨터공학부)
Research Interests
Algebraic sequences, biometric authentication, data compression for machine learning, Wi-Fi systems
Lab
Communications and Code Design Lab (CCDL)
Website
https://sites.google.com/site/letskg5
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2020-01User Recognition Based on Human Body Impulse Response: A Feasibility StudyChung, Jin-Ho; Kang, Taewook; Kwun, Dohyun, et alARTICLE137 User Recognition Based on Human Body Impulse Response: A Feasibility Study
2015-08New families of optimal variable-weight optical orthogonal codes with high weightsChung, Jin-Ho; Yang, KyeongcheolARTICLE836 New families of optimal variable-weight optical orthogonal codes with high weights
2014-06New Families of Optimal Frequency-Hopping Sequences of Composite LengthsChung, Jin-Ho; Gong, Guang; Yang, KyeongcheolARTICLE827 New Families of Optimal Frequency-Hopping Sequences of Composite Lengths
2013-11Bounds on the size of parity-check matrices for quasi-cyclic low-density parity-check codesKim, Kyung-Joong; Chung, Jin-Ho; Yang, KyeongcheolARTICLE774 Bounds on the size of parity-check matrices for quasi-cyclic low-density parity-check codes
2013-06Asymptotically optimal optical orthogonal codes with new parametersChung, Jin-Ho; Yang, KyeongcheolARTICLE767 Asymptotically optimal optical orthogonal codes with new parameters
2013-02A new class of balanced near-perfect nonlinear mappings and its application to sequence designChung, Jin-Ho; Yang, KyeongcheolARTICLE546 A new class of balanced near-perfect nonlinear mappings and its application to sequence design
2013-01New classes of optimal low-hit-zone frequency-hopping sequence sets by Cartesian productChung, Jin-Ho; Yang, KyeongcheolARTICLE499 New classes of optimal low-hit-zone frequency-hopping sequence sets by Cartesian product
2011-04k-fold cyclotomy and its application to frequency-hopping sequencesChung, Jin-Ho; Yang, KyeongcheolARTICLE479 k-fold cyclotomy and its application to frequency-hopping sequences

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