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Journal of Digital Convergence
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Volume 3, Issue 2 - Dec 2005
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A Study on Conquest Plans of the Barrier and Resistance in Innovation Management
Lee, Seung-Hee ; Noh, Kyoo-Sung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 9~25
The purpose of this study is to explore conquest plans of the barrier and resistance in innovation management. In addition, this study is to describe the model of innovation resistance that reflects adoption process stages and identify the factors that drive the resistance of consumers and the barriers. Whenever organizations try to plan and implement some kind of innovation in organizations, they confront the resistance and barriers in many ways. By understanding innovation resistance and barrier, organizations can not only design better innovations but can develop strategies to reduce resistance and conquer the barriers. Thus they accelerate innovation. Also, these results indicate that people resist innovation strongly when it betrays their value, needs and beliefs or when they felt the pressure on self-conviction and mental risk, loss, and lack of knowledge. Understanding the factors that drive the innovation resistance and barrier has important implications for both theoretical development and managerial action.
A Study on the Improvement Means for the Fundamental Problems in Training Human Resources in the e-Learning Industry
Kim, Shin-Pyo ; Noh, Kyoo-Sung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 27~44
Nowadays, demand for human resource for the e-learning industry is rapidly increasing along with the expansion of e-learning market capacity. However. there are numerous difficulties in expansion and industrialization of e-learning due to insufficient supply of human resources to meet the demand. Therefore, the goal of this study is to present various policy directions that can supplement the supply or e-learning manpower. Overall contents of this study focus on presenting the long-term directions for fostering of human resources for e-learning industry. Among these, role of government policies for fostering of human resources for e-learning industry is being particularly emphasized because e-learning industry is still at its infant stage.
A Study on the Promotion of B2B e-Marketplace by the Strategic Use of e-Credit Guarantee System
Lee, Keum-Ryong ; Shim, Sang-Ryul ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 45~73
In 2001, e-Credit guarantee system was introduced by the Korea Credit Guarantee Fund(KCGF) to extends the credit guarantee services for the purchasing amount on credit in the B2B e-Marketplace. It combines both the merits of bill of exchange and credit card and eliminates the uneasiness related to the unpaid accounts due to the non-facial e - Marketplace. The purpose of this paper is to empirically analyze both the causal relationship and influences among theoretical variables by the structural equation model(SEM). e-Credit guarantee system can be a good strategy for promoting B2B e-Marketplace. The level of application of e-Credit guarantee system is attributable to both the characteristics of B2B e-Marketplace and products. The cost reduction or saving in purchasing procedures, production and stockpiling will be possible through e-Credit guarantee system. The close linkage of financial institutions with the enterprises based on e-Credit guarantee system will further promote B2B e-Marketplace in Korea.
Knowledge Extraction from Academic Journals Using Data Mining Techniques
Namn, Su-Hyeon ; Kim, Hong-Kee ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 75~88
A Study on the Cultural and Content Industrial Policies: Networking the policy communities
Rhyu, Ji-Sung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 89~113
The primary purpose of this study is to suggest the governmental strategies for enhancing the capacity of the culture technology industries. By reviewing the past relationships between the government and industry in the process of industrialization, we have arrived at some of the lessons about 'positive' or 'negative' effects on the relationships. The newly revised government and high-technology-based industry relations should be reformed in order to make the industries efficiently operated and competitive especially internationally. We have suggested a conceptual framework for the relationship by considering the policy community in consideration of the characteristics of the industries. The policy community is consisted of four dimensions. each of which, we considered were specifically, (1) research institutes for collecting data, market analysis, and gathering informations for the industries, (2) financial institutions, (3) professional groups for advising and sharing the technologies to the industries, and (4) education institutes for providing skilled personnels. Because these policy community does not effectively interrelate each other, we suggested that government should play pivotal roles in connecting these four dimensions of the policy community. The policy networking is necessary for the industries to be more effectively work together. The roles of government then provide some of the ways in which the policy community working interactively. By way of conclusion, we suggest some of the ways in which the government make the industries much more productive and competitive in the world markets.
A Study on Discount/Capitalization Rates for Valution of Culture Content Enterprises
Gheem, In-Choll ; Joo, Hyung-Kun ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 115~148
This study is intended to suggest a more reasonable and practical method of estimating discount & capitalization rate for valuation of closely-held culture content business, that is, to modify the Buildup Summation Model(which is recommended for the closely-held business by the NACVA) by adopting the weighted ratings in the CT Project Investment Evaluation of the Korea Culture Contents Association to risk factors of the Buildup Summation Model. This method is ease to apply for closely-held culture content business and has advantages in applying the weighted rates based on the characteristics of respective culture contents. And it can make up for the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) which shows generally low discount rates.
Study on Continuous Nearest Neighbor Query on Trajectory of Moving Objects
Chung, Ji-Moon ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 149~163
Researches for NN(nearest neighbor) query which is often used in LBS system, have been worked. However. Conventional NN query processing techniques are usually meaningless in moving object management system for LBS since their results may be invalidated as soon as the query and data objects move. To solve these problems, in this paper we propose a new nearest neighbor query processing technique, called CTNN, which is possible to meet continuous trajectory nearest neighbor query processing. The proposed technique consists of Approximate CTNN technique which has quick response time, and Exact CTNN technique which makes it possible to search accurately nearest neighbor objects. Experimental results using GSTD datasets shows that the Exact CTNN technique has high accuracy, but has a little low performance for response time. They also shows that the Approximate CTNN technique has low accuracy comparing with the Exact CTNN, but has high response time.
Implementation of the Logistics Management System for the Small-Shopping Mall Based on Web Environment
Kim, Yei-Chang ; Choi, Sei-Hyun ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 165~182
Development of integration management system needs to operate and manage internet shopping mall for customer, sale, product, stock, account management. The purpose of this paper implements of small shopping mall logistics management system as a plan to raise efficiency of management of the Internet shopping mall which was a representative business form of electronic commerce. Logistics management system operates an Internet shopping mall, progressed with the aim of construction of the management system that systematizes a member, a product, a stock, customer management, and can efficiently manage a total stock grasp and the amount of transaction of a product based on Web by real time.
Building an Ontology for Structured Diagnosis Data Entry of Educating Underachieving Students
Ha, Tai-Hyun ; Baek, Hyeon-Gi ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 1, 2005, Pages 183~194
This study is aimed at building up an Ontology to solve the discrepancy of terminologies between teachers and students by showing, through Ontology, the knowledge for diagnosis of underachieving students. Also this study makes it possible to infer the diagnosis based on information of these underachieving students. In addition, while a general Underachieving Students diagnosis system shows special diagnosis, this Ontology system helps users obtain correct concepts through this knowledge based system, and suggest building an Ontology to extend unclear conceptual knowledge to clearer ones.