«EXTRACTION OF CONTEXTUAL KNOWLEDGE AND AMBIGUITY HANDLING FOR ONTOLOGY IN VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT A Dissertation by HYUN SOO LEE Submitted to the Office ...»
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Hyun Soo Lee received his B.S. in industrial engineering from Sungkyunkwan University and his M.S. in industrial engineering from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH). He joined Texas A&M University in the fall of 2006 for graduate studies in industrial engineering, where he was associated with the Virtual Systems and Augmented Reality Laboratory (VARL).
Hyun Soo’s research interests include virtual model ontology, methodology for manufacturing intelligence, simulation framework supporting manufacturing uncertainties and cooperative design framework. He submitted and published his journal papers in IEEE Transactions on System, Man and Cybernetics, International Journal of Production Research, Computer-Aided Design, International Journal of Collaborative Enterprise, Virtual Reality and Journal of Manufacturing Systems.
Hyun Soo may be reached at: Department of Industrial and System Engineering, 241 Zachary Engineering Research Center, Texas A&M University, 3131 TAMUS,