TA Evaluations @ UCSD

Here, I upload my TA evaluations; I will update new evaluations every quarter hopefully.

Academic Year ’16 ~ ’17

Lee_Sung_Student_IA_Evaluation_-_MATH_20B – FA16

Lee_Sung_Student_IA_Evaluation_-_MATH_20C – WI17

Lee_Sung_Student_IA_Evaluation_-_MATH_10C – SP17

Lee_Sung_Student_IA_Evaluation_-_MATH_20C_- S217

Lee_Sung_Student_IA_Evaluation_-_MATH_20D – FA17

Lee_Sung_Student_IA_Evaluation_-_MATH_103B – WI18

I am Currently TA-ing MATH 20C – SP18; the evaluation will be uploaded in late-June or early-July.

TA Evaluations @ UCSD

Cyclic Codes of n < 26 and Comparison

The attached links are the group project paper and appendix in Cryptography course offered by Tommy Occhipinti in Carleton, Spring 2015: Crypt,Appendix.

The paper contains generating cyclic codes of length n < 26, comparing their parameters, and sorting out better ones.

Cyclic Codes of n < 26 and Comparison

Introduction to Hausdorff Measures and Fractals

The attached link is Senior Integrative Project in Carleton College that my group and I did over last term: COMPSFINAL. The project was underwent over Fall 2014 and Winter 2015 under supervision of Allison Tanguay.

The main purpose of the paper is to introduce the idea of Lebesgue measure and \alpha-dimensional Hausdorff measure, fractals and their behaviors, non-fractal sets and related conjecture.

Lee’s Challenge #1:

Consider an arbitrary non-negative real number, namely \beta. Can we always construct a set of which strict Hausdorff dimension is \beta?

Introduction to Hausdorff Measures and Fractals