• Title, Summary, Keyword: Individual formulas

### Recent Updates of Commercially Available Infant Formulas in Korea (국내 시판 영유아 조제유의 종류 및 적응증의 최신 지견)

• Uhm, Ji Hyun
• Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition
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• v.11 no.sup1
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• pp.7-14
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• 2008
• Special formulas are those in which one of the basic nutrients (usually the protein and/or carrbohydrate) has been changed to an alternative nutrient that an individual baby may better tolerate. The following are specialized formulas : Soy formulas, hypoallergenic formulas, Lactose free formulas, Premature baby formulas, Low phosphate formulas, Formulas for inborn errors of metabolism. Less is known about the long-term effects of feeding babies these special formulas and each formula has its unique properties and indications. The pediatrician must acquaint themselves with all commercially available infant formulas so as to provide the parent with reliable and unbiased information about them.

### A recursive approach for mechanical system design sensitivity analysis

• Daesung Bae
• Transactions of the Korean Society of Machine Tool Engineers
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• v.10 no.1
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• pp.101-111
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• 2001
• Recursive formulas have been effective in solving the equations of motion for large scale constratined mechanical sys-tems. However, derivation of the formulas has been limited to individual terms in the equations of motion, such as veloci-ty, acceleration. and generalized forces. The recursive formulas are generalized in this paper. The velocity transformation method is employed to transform the equations of motion from Cartesian to the joint spaces. Computational structure of the equations of motion in the joint space is carefully examined to classify all necessary computational operations into sev-eral categories. The generalized recursive formula for each category is then developed and applied whenever such a cate-gory of computation is encountered. Since the velocity transformation method yields the equations of motion in a compact form and computational efficiency is achieved by generalized recursive formulas, the proposed method is not only easy to implement but is also efficient. A library of generalized recursive formulas is developed to implement a dynamic analysis algorithm using backward difference.

### Numerical and analytical study on initial stiffness of corrugated steel plate shear walls in modular construction

• Deng, En-Feng;Zong, Liang;Ding, Yang
• Steel and Composite Structures
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• v.32 no.3
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• pp.347-359
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• 2019
• Modular construction has been increasingly used for mid-to-high rise buildings attributable to the high construction speed, improved quality and low environmental pollution. The individual and repetitive room-sized module unit is usually fully finished in the factory and installed on-site to constitute an integrated construction. However, there is a lack of design guidance on modular structures. This paper mainly focuses on the evaluation of the initial stiffness of corrugated steel plate shears walls (CSPSWs) in container-like modular construction. A finite element model was firstly developed and verified against the existing cyclic tests. The theoretical formulas predicting the initial stiffness of CSPSWs were then derived. The accuracy of the theoretical formulas was verified by the related numerical and test results. Furthermore, parametric analysis was conducted and the influence of the geometrical parameters on the initial stiffness of CSPSWs was discussed and evaluated in detail. The present study provides practical design formulas and recommendations for CSPSWs in modular construction, which are useful to broaden the application of modular construction in high-rise buildings and seismic area.

### Analysis of 『Jinguiyaolue』 Prescriptions using Database (데이터베이스를 이용한 『금궤요략』 처방(處方) 분석 연구)

• Kim, SeongHo;Kim, SungWon;Kim, KiWook;Lee, ByungWook
• Journal of Korean Medical classics
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• v.32 no.3
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• pp.131-146
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• 2019
• Objectives : The aim of this paper is to study the methodology for effectively analyzing the "Jinguiyaolue" prescriptions using database, and to explore possibilities of applying the data construction and query produced in the process to comparative research with other texts in the future. Methods : Using "Xinbianzhongjingquanshu(新編仲景全書)" as original script, the contents of "Jinguiyaolue" were entered into the database, in which one verse would be separated according to content for individual usage. Also, data with medicinal construction and disease pattern information of the previously constructed "Shanghanlun" database designed for comparison with other texts was applied for comparative analysis. Results : For input and analysis, 6 tables and 12 queries were made and used. Formulas were accessible by using herbal combinations, and applications of these formulas could be assembled for comparison. Formulas were also accessible by using disease pattern combinations, and combinations of herbs and disease pattern together were also applicable. In comparison with other texts, examples and frequency of usage of herbs could be relatively accurately compared, while disease patterns could not easily be compared. Conclusions : Herbal combinations, disease pattern combinations could yield related texts and herb/disease pattern combinations of the prescriptions in the "Jinguiyaolue", which shortened time needed for research among formulas in texts. However, standardization research for disease pattern is necessary for a more accurate comparative study that includes disease pattern information.

### Development of the Basic Bodice Pattern Depending on Shoulder Types -focused on young women in their twenties- (어깨 유형에 따른 길 원형 설계 -20대 여성 중심으로-)

• 김민진;이정란
• Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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• v.27 no.5
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• pp.463-474
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• 2003
• In this research, adult women＇s shoulder types were Classified through direct and indirect measurements to present a judging individual body size according to the type. Also, regression formula by shoulder types were calculated and presented the basic bodice pattern. The results were as follows: 1. The result of factor analysis indicated that 6 factors were extracted through factor analysis and those factors comprised 66.1 to of total variance. 2. By using factor scores, cluster analysis was carried out and subject were classified into 5 clusters. Type 1 was the inclined shoulders, wide shoulders and passive posture. Type 2 was the front type shoulders and active posture. Type 3 was the thick shoulders and back type shoulders. Type 4 was the narrow shoulders. Type f was the drooped shoulders, thin shoulder and sway posture. 3. The body types of individuals were judged by discriminant analysis. 4. After setting 4 items such as the bust girth, posterior waist length, neck base girth and waist girth as representative items and regression formulas were presented. the superiority of the final basic bodice patterns were demonstrated by high approval rate of the subjects who participated in testing.

### Adult women's back type classification and Development of the Basic Bodice Pattern (성인여성의 등면형상 유형화와 길 원형 설계)

• 최선윤;이정란
• Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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• v.27 no.7
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• pp.758-769
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• 2003
• In this research, I classified adult women's back types through anthropometric measurement and photographic measurement to present a judging individual body size according to the type. Also, Ⅰ calculated regression fomula by types and presented the basic bodice pattern. The results were as follows: 1. The result of factor analysis indicated that 5 factors were extracted and those factors comprised 75.89% of total variance. 2. According to the cluster analysis, Ⅰclassified the back types into 6 types. Type 1 was passive posture in the upper and the lower parts of the back. Type 2 was active posture in the upper and the lower parts of the back. Type 3 had the lowest protrusion of the back. Type 4 had the upper part of the back which is mostly bent downward. Type 5 was the most suitable shape. Type 6 had the lower part of the back which was turned over the most. 3. Ⅰconducted a discriminant analysis to judge the body types of individuals. 4. For the calculation of measurements necessary for the basic bodice pattern, Ⅰpresented regression formulas by each type. 5. By conducting the wearing experiments, Ⅰsuccessfully made the final basic bodice patterns by types. As a result of comparative experiments between the basic bodice patterns and comparison bodice pattern, the suitability of basic bodice patterns were more highly assessed.

### Design of an SIR BPF by a Novel EM Tuning of Individual Resonators (개별 공진기의 EM 조정을 통한 SIR로 구성된 대역 여파기의 설계)

• Yang, Seong-Sik;Yeom, Kyung-Whan
• The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science
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• v.18 no.7
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• pp.748-756
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• 2007
• In SIR filter, fringing capacitances and discontinuities yield a distorted frequency response from those expected by design formulas, especially in higher frequencies. In this paper, a procedure is presented in order to compensate for fringing capacitances and step impedance discontinuities by EM simulation for a 5th order SIR filter. This method propose the procedure of tuning the coupling and the length of individual resonator by EM simulation. For the filter composed by the tuned resonators, no further tuning is required. The procedure is experimentally justified by comparing the measured data of the fabricated filter with the simulation results.

### Body Impedance Measurements for edematous patients (부종환자에서 임피던스를 이용한 수분변화의 예측)

• 오중환
• The Korean Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
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• v.28 no.11
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• pp.973-976
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• 1995
• The assessment method of human body composion by bioelectrical impedance is very simple, safe, rapid and noninvasive. Based on prediction formulas for total body water from bioelectrical impedance, the observed weight loss should be associated with an increase in impedance. However in edematous patients for dialysis, the calculated total body water loss as calculated from impedance were overestimated and significantly higher than the weight loss after dialysis. So determination of impedance were made in 50 edematous patients before, during and after dialysis. Mean weight loss, which was assumed to be only loss of water was 1719$\pm$ 866 gr and mean impedance change was 71.0 $\pm$ 23.0 Ohm under 50kHz. Body weight loss was highly correlated [r>0.81 with the increase in body impedance under variable frequencies[1, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 kHz . But there were no differences between frequences. In conclusion, clinical application of bioelectrical impedance method is useful for individual edematous patients with new correlation equation[Y=230+26.8X, X;Impedance change, Y;Calculated total body water loss .

### Measuring economic sentiment using ordinary response options

• Park, Inho;Kim, Tae Yoon
• Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods
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• v.24 no.2
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• pp.163-172
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• 2017
• Economic sentiment is typically measured using ordinary response options. The University of Michigan and the United States Conference Board are two widely used major indexes that have separately established independent consumer sentiment indexes based on three-level ordinary response options: positive, neutral, and negative. Notwithstanding, limited attention has been paid to the structural differences in their built-in formulas, which are referred to the disparate micro scoring schemes applied to an individual question. This paper examines the structural difference of the two indexes and then addresses situations where one is more reliable than the other. Real data from business tendency surveys of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development are used to illustrate our points empirically. As a conclusion, it is stressed that the two indexes should be handled with care when applied to economic sentiment comparison studies.

### The collection of experiential prescription of traditional korean medicine and secret treatment of heirloom (전래(傳來) 한방(韓方) 경험방(經驗方) 및 가전(家傳) 비법(秘法) 수집)

• Park, Hee-Soo
• Journal of Pharmacopuncture
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• v.7 no.3
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• pp.99-107
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• 2004
• Background & Objective : Through the long-term clinical examination experience, interesting informations have been found and passed on to future scholars, enabling research and development without going through the same lengthy procedure, hoarding these precious information to be discovered and preserved as a contribution to Oriental Medical Science. Methods : Personal interviews with seventy-years-old practicing oriental medicine doctors and herbalists with more than 30 years of practice in Gangwon-do, Chungcheongbuk-do, Chungcheongnam-do, and Daejeon area from September to December 2002