Detection the Fulminant Position on Pulse Changing-State of Porous Material

Authors

  • Jeong-lae Kim Department of Biomedical Engineering, Eulji University, Seongnam, Korea
  • Kyu-dong Kim Department of Medical IT, Eulji University, Seongnam, Korea

Keywords:

Boom awakening level, Boom-awakening-imagery, Fulminant-awakening system, Fulminant shock

Abstract

The boom changing-state technique is to be immixture the adjacent-angle fulminant-shock status of the glaring-classification awakening level (GCAL) on the boom awakening. Awakening imagery system for boom awakening condition is associated with the fulminant-shock condition, to inspection a background of glaring dot, that are found of the boom value with background dot by the fulminant form. Concept of awakening is associated to reference of glaring-classification level with changing-state by boom shock system on the porous material. Symbolizing-angle of adjacent changing-state of GCAL of the medium-minimum by fulminant-shock imagery, boom background dot was the boom value of the far changing-state of the Bo-AI-FA-φMED-MIN with (5.80±1.20) units, boom value of changing-state of the Bo-AI-CO-φMED-MIN with (4.06±(-0.04)) units, boom value of the changing-state of the Bo-AI-BO-φMED-MIN with 0.91±0.07 units, boom value of changing-state of the Bo-AI-VI-φMED-MIN with 0.18±(-0.03) units. Fulminant shock is look into adjacent-angle with the fulminant-shock imagery by background the boom awakening level on the GCAL. We are supply the glaring-classification imagery with the awakening level system. So, We can possible to imagery from classification and using boom data of fulminant shock awakening system.

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15.10.2022

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J.- lae . Kim and K.- dong . Kim, “Detection the Fulminant Position on Pulse Changing-State of Porous Material”, Int J Intell Syst Appl Eng, vol. 10, no. 1s, pp. 125 –, Oct. 2022.

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