Hun Ki Lim
Hun Ki Lim
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Differential effects of common variants in SCN2A on general cognitive ability, brain physiology, and messenger RNA expression in schizophrenia cases and control individuals
D Dickinson, RE Straub, JW Trampush, Y Gao, N Feng, B Xie, JH Shin, ...
JAMA psychiatry 71 (6), 647-656, 2014
322014
Independent Component Analysis, Princpal Component Analysis and Rough Sets in Hybrid Mammogram Classification.
RW Swiniarski, HK Lim, JH Shin, A Skowron
IPCV, 640-, 2006
262006
Connectional parameters determine multisensory processing in a spiking network model of multisensory convergence
HK Lim, LP Keniston, JH Shin, BL Allman, MA Meredith, KJ Cios
Experimental brain research 213 (2-3), 329, 2011
122011
Modeling of multisensory convergence with a network of spiking neurons: a reverse engineering approach
HK Lim, LP Keniston, KJ Cios
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 58 (7), 1940-1949, 2011
92011
A neuronal multisensory processing simulator
HK Lim, LP Keniston, JH Shin, C Nguyen, MA Meredith, KJ Cios
The 2010 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), 1-7, 2010
32010
Neuroanatomical identification of multisensory convergence on higher-level cortical neurons
MA Meredith, KJ Cios, AR McQuiston, HK Lim, LP Keniston, HR Clemo
The New Handbook of Multisensory Processing, 81, 2012
22012
Sequence alignment using divide and conquer maximum oligonucleotide mapping (dcmom), apparatus, system and method related thereto
JHS Yuan Gao, Hun Ki LIM
US Patent WO2014145503 A3, 2014
2014
Computational Modeling of Mulitsensory Processing Using Network of Spiking Neurons
HK Lim
virginia commonwealth university, 2011
2011
How knowledge of information processing in living organisms can help in solving complex computational problems
JH Shin, HK Lim, KJ Cios
International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernetics …, 2010
2010
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