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Journal of Digital Convergence
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Volume 3, Issue 2 - Dec 2005
Volume 3, Issue 1 - Jun 2005
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Simulation Analysis of AS/RS Structure Characteristics
Lee, Wook-Gee ; Kim, Sang-Ho ; Park, Sung-Jin ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 9~22
A large scale automated material handling system (AMHS) is simulated using real industrial input data to analyze its performance so that one can scrutinize the critical factors that affect the AS /RS performance. The factors included in this study are line balancing efficiency, the distance between machines, and cycle time of the machines. The performance of AS /RS is measured in terms of R/M utilities that are latter used to classify the AS/RS structure into three types such as Good, Normal, and Poor. Among the three factors considered in this study, the line balance efficiency within each AS/RS is found as the most critical factor which statistically affect the AS/RS performance.
An Empirical Study on Supplier Selection based on Analytic Hierarchy Process
Lee, Wook-Gee ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 23~37
On the situation cooperating with business partners on the supply chain, systematic decision making process is a critical issue for them. The two major issues of purchasing strategy such as selecting vendors and managing them are important part of their overall business activities. This study mainly focus on the former issue of the vendor selection. Through the empirical study, analytical hierarchy process (AHP) method was applied to select vendors among supplier vendors based on four selection criteria such as the level of quality, product on management ability, delivery, and price. The results of study showed the main criteria of vender selection was the ability of quality management. The vender selected based on AHP and the current selection method was different, but implicitly projected the dilemma situation between quality and price which occurs in decision making process of real life.
Research on Continuous Improvement in Productivity for The Central and Local Government Administration
Kim, Jin-Kyu ; Shin, Dong-Ju ; Kim, Hyoung-Ki ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 39~57
This research is about continuous improvement in productivity for the central and local government administration. It is a comprehensive execution manual that summarizes from preparation to completion of this task. If you follow the process described in this research, you will achieve the following. l. You will motivate the innovators. 2. You will spare yourself of many trial and errors and risks thus increasing the effectiveness, 3. You will eliminate the obstacles to innovation. 4. You will continue to innovate and will be able to assess the results through visible index.
A Study on the Factors Influencing Customers in Mobile Commerce(MC): mainly in UK, Japan and Korea
Ha, Tai-Hyun ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 59~71
Nowadays, it is not unusual to buy and sell goods, service and information through the internet. As a result of rapid development of Information Technology(IT), business through the internet can be done without time Limitations, place restrictions and product limitations. However, internet shopping has been restricted a lot due to the need for physical connections to the internet in order to search for information and order what we want, and this is one of the biggest problems to the busy people of the 21st century. Therefore it is very natural to use mobile phones to do shopping through wireless internet easily and conveniently whilst on the move. The purpose of this research is to find out characteristics of mobile phone users in UK, Japan and Korea and 1) main aims of the mobile phone use, 2) reasons for ease of use of mobile phones, 3) favourite types of a mobile phone, 4) psychological stability of mobile phone users, 5) problems of mobile phone use, 6) purchase goods/services via mobile phone in the future. The research method used is questionnaire survey The research results will suggest how to take actions to promote mobile commerce in the future.
Cost-Benefit Analysis of E-Government: Australia
Yoon, Joseph ; Moon, Yong-Eun ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 73~116
When people contact the government they can use a variety of channels. That is, they go in person to an office, use a telephone service, access information via the Internet, send a letter, or use a third party. Since the Australian Government first recognised the potential of online technology to improve service delivery in its 1997 Investing for Growth statement, it has articulated its policies and strategies for e-government in a number of papers. E-government involves government agencies delivering better programs and services online through the use of new information and communication technologies. The policy papers included Government Online-The Commonwealth's Strategy, launched in April 2000, and a new framework for e-government, Better Services. Better Government, launched in November 2002. Most recently, the Government released Australia's Strategic Framework for the Information Economy in July 2004. These papers outlined the broad directions and priorities for the future of e-government in Australia, and sought to maintain the momentum of agencies' actions under Government Online. One of its key objectives was for agencies to achieve greater efficiency in providing services and a return on their investments in ICT (Information and Communication Technology)-based service delivery. They also stated that investing in e-government should deliver tangible returns, whether they take the form of cost reductions, increased efficiency and productivity, or improved services to business and the broader community Implementation of the Government policy has led to considerable agency investment in ICT-based service delivery. However government policy also requires managers to ensure that program and service delivery is efficient and effective. Efficient and effective use of ICT has the potential to improve service delivery and to make financial savings. This paper outlines how people are using the channels to contact the government in Australia. It also examines the level of satisfaction they have with those services and their preferences and expectations. In addition, this paper aims at identifying the methods used by Australian Government to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of their delivery of services, and at assessing the adequacy of these methods.
A Study on Strategic Driving Plan of Managing Local Government Public Service in Domestic Area
Yim, Ki-Heung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 117~130
Managing of local government public service is innovation strategy of local government public service using choice and competition principle. Managing strategy of local government public service is new paradigm for innovating public service and role structure of government. It is important to understand properly substance and characteristics of local government public service Accordingly, the purpose of this study understand substance and characteristics of local government public service and describe strategic driving plan of managing local government public service in the future.
Intermediation Trend in Korea Recruiting Industry: An Exploratory Approach
Park, Ki-Ho ; Kim, Yeon-Jeong ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 131~142
Under the internet age, the competition among recruiting intermediaries including online and offline players has been intensified for several years. Therefore, their business processes or business models have also been transformed to be able to earn the competitive advantages. For these reasons, the traditional players like offline-based recruiting companies have willingly or unwillingly experienced the competitive disadvantages on the recruit battle ground. The online recruiting intermediaries, who newly participated in this industry and based on the internet environment, however, seized on the competitive advantages with the richness and the reach traits of online media. Under this context, the offline traditional intermediaries, who have been threatened by new online entries, must make a replacement of traditional trading mechanisms with alternative trading mechanisms like IT-enabled intermediaries. In this study by exploratory approach, we investigate the phases of transformation of the traditional recruiting intermediaries, changes in business strategies of offline-based firms, and impacts of online media in e-recruiting industry.
A Study on the Standardization Strategy for e-Learning Quality Assurance
Han, Tae-In ; Kim, Kwang-Myung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 143~157
Many papers point out that the e-Learning is one of the most important industries, and the effect on other industries can be more powerful than any other business. Therefore, we think about social, cultural, industrial and technological effect of the e-Learning in order to enlarge industry scale as well as educational performances. In many cases of developed countries, various kinds of study have been performed for the e-Learning quality assurance because quality of the e-learning should operate on effective and efficient learning and continuous market development of education industries. The e-Learning quality assurance has import function not only for learning contents reusability like a SCORM and metadata but also for learning system, solution and service operation, so activities for the quality assurance should consider of cultural and tactical approach when it is applied in the e-learning business. In this paper, we present the concept, domain and purpose of the e-Learning quality assurance. Furthermore, this paper proposes the process and methodology in order to make the quality assurance standard model which is consist of 6 phase such as Environment Research, Needs Analysis, Framework, Metrics, Development and Implementation, Evaluation and Feedback through the analysis and comparison of pre-studied worldwide quality control, management and assurance documents.
Altitude Plans of Local Administration Innovation Through Level Diagnosis
Lee, Seung-Hee ; Noh, Kyoo-Sung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 3, issue 2, 2005, Pages 159~186
Local decentralization and administration innovation is the most important problem the government confronted with at the present time. So local government must be follow them. Therefore, local government need to prepare whole process on this. From now on, local government must be develop own innovation model and strategy then, forward with innovation plan classified by step. This study reviewed the significance and necessary of local administration innovation and examined the necessary of level diagnosis of local administration innovation. And We diagnosed administration innovation of C province, then analyzed the result and proposed Altitude plans of administration innovation.