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Volume 9, Issue 6 - Dec 2011
Volume 9, Issue 5 - Oct 2011
Volume 9, Issue 4 - Aug 2011
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Jun 2011
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Apr 2011
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Feb 2011
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Ripple Effect Analysis of Regional Industry Technology Development Using DEA
Lee, Sang-Hyun ; Kim, Sang-Young ; Lee, Sang-Joon ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 1~11
It is time to review the direction of R&D investment which is the source of change in knowledge information ages. The DEA(Data Envelopment Analysis) is a efficient method by using the ratio of input and output elements. In this paper, we analyzed industry relationship and efficiency by DEA in order to analyze ripple effect of the regional industry technology development project. According to these results, we found the primary affected factor in performance of this project was human resource, and the turnover of participated company was not on the rise yet. On types of the project, we could find the efficiency quotient of critical technique development project was higher than of common technique development project because project period or budget scale infected to project performance. We expect the enhancement of technique developer, tenn and budget, and it is necessary the project results should lead performance such as sales force and employee growth.
A Study on specialization improving plan and manpower raising plan of the special high-school in Domestic area
Yim, Ki-Heung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 13~25
The purpose of this study is to explore a characteristic for raising the percentage of employment of the special high-school. And consider the specialization concept appearing on the stage as these means and analysis the actual operation condition. There are various of the major cause factors of the special high-school and these factors were judged on having a negative effect of raising the percentage of employment of the special high-school. Also, the study were suggested various improvement plan for minimizing negative effect of these factors. Based on the findings, the study showed that grasp the situation of the special high-school and improving plan and present the political plan.
Functional Requirements Analysis of Energy Management System
Han, Kwan-Hee ; Hwang, Bo-Ram ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 27~37
Presented in this study is a top-down functional modeling procedure and the desired functionalities of energy management system (EMS). For the purpose of top-down modeling for EMS, energy management system is categorized into 7 subsystems based on common functionalities and energy management life cycle. After that, benchmarking analysis of commercially major EMS products is conducted. As a result of this analysis, desired functionalities of each subsystem of EMS are suggested in this study. This study is served as a useful guidance about essential functional requirements of energy management system to the practitioners involved in the development or introduction of EMS.
The impact of the privatization of a state-owned telecommunications carrier on universal service in Korea
Kim, Sung-Wook ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 39~55
Since telecommunications reforms began around world in the 1980s, many scholars have attempted to uncover its effects on the telecommunications sector. Nevertheless, research focusing largely on the impact of privatization on universal service has been relatively less frequent than other research on telecommunications reform such as the effect of competition on efficiency, investment, and universal service, and the impact of privatization on efficiency. From this perspective, this study attempted to explain the impact of the privatization of a state-owned telecommunications enterprise on universal service in Korea. This work may contribute to providing policy-makers and scholars in telecommunications with some useful policy suggestions by concretely illustrating how the privatization of Korea Telecom has influenced universal service policy formulation and the universal service system in Korea.
Factors Influencing Cyber Copyright Ethics Reception and Policy Alternatives in Digital Convergence Era
Lee, Ki-Shik ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 57~70
In this paper, the author focused on the establishment of structural equation model for cyber copyright ethics based upon literature reviews. And to draw a factors influencing cyber copyright ethics reception, author are applied a human-technology-contents-culture (HTCoC) perspectives. The basic idea is that copyright ethics is one of the most significant solutions to protect copyrighted materials. Among solutions like technology, institution and legal framework, ethics may be the most powerful alternatives to face with copyright infringement. Among variables, copyright culture is appeared that can mediate the other factors in cyberspace. Concluding remarks is that more sound and sustainable cyber copyright ethics is needed to cope with unexpected negative use of information technology in digital convergence era.
Strategy for u-Manufacturing Technology Introduction for Promotion of IT S/W Industry in Gyeongnam
Moon, Dug-Hee ; Park, Chul-Soon ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 71~80
Gyeongnam province is well known for its high concentration on machinery manufacturing industry. However, this province is losing competitive advantage due to the lack of IT S/W industry. In this paper, we propose a way for adoption of u-Manufacturing technology to promote IT S/W industry in Gyeongnam. At first, we identified the needs of manufacturing companies and the capabilities of the IT S/W companies with survey. Based on the survey analysis, then we set up the u-Manufacturing concept and proposed Manufacturing IT middleware to support it. Finally, we proposed a strategy to promote smoothly the adoption of u-Manufacturing technology in this area.
Personal Information Protection in Digital Era -Reviewing Personal information protection Act-
Yoo, Jong-Lak ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 81~90
Companies using internet as a kind of marketing means are increasing rapidly according to the expansion trend of e-commerce through internet and consumers also use internet as the common means of purchasing necessary articles. E-commerce using internet has advantages without limitation to temporal and spatial accessibility and general consumers and unspecified individuals also use internet to purchase their goods as well as general transactions such as advertisement, contract, payment and claim settlement. 'In the age of information, invasion of personal information resulted from the development of information and communication technology is one of the greatest problems all the countries in the world face. Therefore, Personal information protection Act is one of basic laws to protect personal information and rights and it is also an essential law in the age of information. In that sense, new Personal information protection Act is the advanced act containing various items to minimize the national damages from the leaking of private information and protect right to informational self-determination in the information society. It is expected that this legislation contributes to reduce the leaking of private information, enhance the level of privacy protection and develop privacy related industries. However, active participation of all members of our society and improvement of their recognition should be preceded for the rational and legal use of private information and the settlement of its protection culture. While the purpose of Personal information protection Act can protect privacy from collection, leaking, misuse and abuse of private information and enhance national interests and protect personal dignity and value, it also must perform the roles of balancing privacy protection with liberal information flow.
Effect of Smart Life on Politics, Society, Culture, and Economy
Kim, Man-Ki ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 91~102
Smart work is deeply embedded in our contemporary lives. This is called Smart Life. The expansion of communication, caused by smart life is utilized for the political purposes of politicians, political candidates, and political policies. Chiefly, smart life includes improvement in awareness, personal relations, and policy advocacy. Socially, smart life leads the proliferation of issues and civil movement. In particular, smart life has a significant effect on culture. In the case of K-POP, it is disseminated going beyond space time. It enhances economic value added by joining and sharing at the same time. Smart life has numerous advantages such as improving the quality of life, but it might cause inconvenience depending on users because there are differences in acceptance according to generations. Due to the heavy weight on the device, there are some side-effects such as lacking in human thinking, disclosure in private life, lacking in basic securities, increase in information addicts who are anxious when they do not get on the Internet or SNS, and interference with work. However, this inconvenience can change into convenience when users are accustomed to it. Like this, smart life influences politics, economy, society, and culture a lot. Working environment of smart life is a new paradigm, which can generate high performance through working in an exciting and bright atmosphere with easy economy and putting value on results.
A study on parent-children relation influences on Internet excess utility of adolescent in Digital period
Lee, Young-Joo ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 103~111
This study parent-children relationship with the youth of the Internet was to evaluate the impact on. Internet excess utility of adolescents was to influence the, and how we received its relation the influence. This study distinguished their patent-children relation according to the violence and non-interference level and Internet excess utility contains an everyday life problem, we can not do the work to plan, the excess Internet usage, and the complications of the another person. This distinguished with genernal, potent risk, high risk category. The result was as follows: First, potent risk and high risk category appeared in the parent-children relation to be the no- interference. This means that parent-children relation has an influence on internet excess utility of adolescent. Second, the role of parents is important to reduce internet utility of adolescent, and it must understand so that the development stage is careful. We need the supply for adolescent with play and experience program development which can enjoy the leisure culture. We need internet poisoning expert training and the treatment must be achieved with the counselling to be continuous to problem adolescents.
Study on the Contrast the two Koreas unified information and communication technology(ICT) standards for Policy Studies
Choi, Sung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 113~123
The purpose of this paper to lead North Korea to open up is the disclosure of the information. In addition, the world's standards must be tailored to the communication of information and communication world is possible. I closed the meantime, is a country that has a lot on its own standardized. First, the Republic of Korea and North Korea should be able to communicate in every way. So much information as possible should be accessible through the North and North-South cooperation as may be true. North Korea opening up to the leading international organization (UN) as part of this priority is public information and communication to induce North Korea must understand the standard. Therefore, in order to be a true national unity to be a leading priority with each other when integrated information and communications standardization is possible.
Competitiveness Enrichment of IT Venture Business through the Industry-University Cooperation in Gyeongnam
Park, Sang-Hyeok ; Kim, Chang-One ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 125~135
It is important that SMEs build business ecosystems on the open innovation for sustainable innovation. And, many Korea companies have tried to adopt new ideas from external collaborators and transfer their technologies to others based un the open innovation. But SMEs hard to progress it than middle & large companies. So, our research purpose is to find success factors of open innovation in regional SMEs.
An analysis of the Effects of Software Industry on the Local Economy
Kim, Shin-Pyo ; Kim, Tea-Yeol ; Jung, Su-Jin ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 137~151
This dissertation aims to empirically analyze the effect of cultivation of software industry on the local economy through Inter-regional Software Input-Output Analysis. The temporal range of analysis of effect of software industry on the local economy shall be for the year 2005 since analysis is made on the basis of the Regional Industrial Input-Output Table published by the Bank of Korea in 2005, and spatial domain shall be limited to the 16 metropolitan cities and provinces, which are the standards for each administrative zone. Results of analysis of this dissertation are as follows. Firstly, average inverse matrix coefficient of software industry for each region was computed to be 1.6248, which is lower than the average inverse matrix coefficient of 1.7979 for the entire industries. Secondly, among these, inverse matrix coefficient of software industry for each region on other industry within the same region was 0.1794, which is higher than that of entire industries at 0.1382. However, average inverse matrix coefficients of software industry for each region on self-industry within the same region and entire industries in other regions were found to be 1.0119 and 0.4335, respectively, which is lower than those of entire industries at 1.0982 and 0.5616, respectively. Thirdly, domestic produces induced by final demand items of software industry for each region was the highest for Seoul with 17.3309 trillion Korean won, accounting for 81.0% of the total, followed by Gyeonggi with 2.3370 trillion Korean won, 10.9% of the total. Fourthly, distribution ratios of domestic produces induced by final demand items of software industry for each region were found to be 19.1%, 72.1% and 8.8% with respect to the weight of consumption, investment and export, respectively, thereby illustrating very high level of distribution ratios of domestic produces being induced by investment in comparison to the distribution ratios of domestic produces being induced for the entire industries at 47.3%, 19.8% and 32.9%, respectively.
Analysis of Key Factors in Operational Control Transition Resolution using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)
Park, Sang-Jung ; Koh, Chan ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 153~163
This study analyzes the military and political factors that influenced the Participatory Government's resolution in Wartime Operational Control (OPCON) Transition. The research on key factors in OPCON transition firstly implemented literature research and then increased feasibility through additional use of AHP. The analysis results showed that there was a negative effect for Korean Peninsular Defense in the 'ROK-US Alliance Asymmetry' area, a positive effect to increase ROK-led Capability of Theater Operation in the 'ROK and U.S. Alliance Interdependence' area and a positive effect for Invocation of ROK Self-Defense Power in the 'Interests of Participatory Government's Liberal Regime' area respectively. After applying AHP, "ROK exercise of Self-defense" in the 'Interests of Participatory Government's Liberal Regime' area received the highest assessment, while the "Increasement of North Korea's Threat" in the 'ROK-US Alliance Asymmetry' area received the lowest assessment. This study is meaningful in that it analyzed the key military and political factors in the Participatory Government's resolution of Wartime OPCON Transition using AHP.
Performance Evaluation for Public u-IT Services using a Proposed Three-dimensional Model
Kim, Jae-Won ; Kim, Se-Jin ; Byun, Jong-Bong ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 165~172
In this paper, we introduce an integrated performance evaluation model defined by the three indices (evaluation index for each evaluation stage, performance viewpoint, and performance type) and analyze the utilization and satisfaction of the seven public u-IT services implemented from 2008 to 2009 using the proposed model. From the performance results of the public u-IT services, it was found out that most of the research goals initially set by the public u-IT service support projects were satisfied. Furthermore, we suggest improvement directions and promotion strategies of future projects.
Relationship Between the Technology Innovation Performance of IT Venture Business and CEO Characteristics
Park, Jae-Min ; Kim, Hyo-Young ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 173~186
In this study, the influence of the CEOs' characteristics on the technology innovation performances of IT venture companies was analyzed. The relation between business performance and the characteristics of CEOs has been dealt with in earlier studies, but most paid attention to financial perspective, and few of these focused on the influence of managers on technology innovation. On the other hand, most of the studies related to the role of managers in technology innovation mainly focused on R&D investment and research infrastructure but did not delve on the characteristics of them in an in-depth way. In this study, the characteristics of CEOs and their technology innovation performances were empirically analyzed based on the results of a recently conducted survey on the IT venture companies. In the analytical aspect, a negative binominal model was applied to solve the over-dispersion problem that often appears in the count variable analysis. As a result, it was found that major, work type, and work experience, among managers' characteristics, have significant influences on managers' technology innovation performances, along with the company's innovation capacity, technological competitiveness, market competition, and support from the government.
The Power Analysis of Smart Work Industry and Increase Plan
Yu, Seung-Yeob ; Noh, Kyoo-Sung ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 187~196
This study found the power analysis and increase plan of Smart work industry out. We did the internet survey with 117 experts of Smart work and analyzed International competitive power and Smart work marketability. The results was as follows: First, Experts recognized the growth about Cloud computing industry so that they were most high. Second, The thing which the earning of Smart work industry is high appeared a Security industry, Cloud computing industry, and Mobile office industry etc sequence. Third, The Smart work industry which an international technique power level is high appeared in a Smart e-learning industry, Mobile office industry, and Security industry etc sequence. Lastly, An Smart work industry which the concentration supports in the government dimension Security industry, Cloud computing industry, Smart work user SW industry, and Smart e-learning industry etc sequence. This research products will use for there even though it prepares a concentration support industry in the government dimension an activation policy.
A Study on Promoting Policy of Smart Learning Industry
Noh, Kyoo-Sung ; Ju, Seong-Hwan ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 197~206
This study proposes the "Smart Learning" as a next generation for e-Learning, and focuses on developing policy for smart learning industry. Especially, this study's purpose is proposing a political agenda for smart learning industry as a knowledge-based industry. This study process for the realization of this purpose is belows: first, analyzing status of industry and policy in decades, second, finding problems and solutions, and finally, proposing the core subjects focused on practical value. And this study also focuses on the development of new policy suitable characteristics of the smart learning.
A Study on the Influence of Consulting Characterstic ease of use to the word-of-mouth intention and repurchase intention
Jo, Young-Jun ; Lee, Seung-Hee ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 207~216
This paper is for the influence of consulting character how to affect on the word-of-mouth intention and repurchase. Consulting characters consist of expertise, reliability and application. The results of this study are as follows: Firstly, Application except expertise and reliability have a positive effect on word-of mouth intention influence. Secondly, expertise and application except reliability have a positive effect on repurchase intention influence. This study shows that the company marketing performance would be greatly improved by an application of consulting experience and an expertise of consulting need.
A Study on the Factors Affecting Intention to Use on Smart Devices
Park, Sung-Gye ; Lee, Dong-Gun ; Lee, Sang-Joon ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 217~229
Conventional IT device has been evolving into smart device based on more powerful computing, the adoption of platforms, and next generation networking. There are not many empirical studies with regard to the early adoption stage of smart IT technology devices. This paper aims to investigate intention to use smart device based an extended technology acceptance model (TAM) with flow empirically. We get the results that there are positive influences among multidimensional user characteristics and flow, perceived usefulness and the intention to use. According to this results, companies which want to dominate the market in advance should understand the characteristics of potential consumers in developing marketing strategies and contents.
The analysis of regional Character industry - CT competence level and R&D performance
Kim, Yeon-Jeong ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 231~242
The purpose of this study are as follows. First, to analyze relative LQ index of the No. of character company, the No. of employee and the amount of revenue. Second, to analyze the strength and weakness about technology competence, human resource competence, infra competence and network competence of regional character contents R&D. The results are as follows. The relative competitively LQ index results of company infra indicated all regional area are over 1 LQ index. But, in case of except of seoul & kyunggi, the competence LQ index of R&D which is jeju, dongnam(pusan & kyungnam) are in order. Final result suggested that the high competitiveness of regional character industry are seoul & kyunggi, jeju, dongnam area.
A Study on the Moderate Effecting of Client's Organizational Character on Consulting Service Quality and Business Performance
Kim, Doo-Yul ; Kim, Tae-Sung ; Lee, Hyun-Su ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 243~253
This paper aims to examine the moderate effects of Client's Organizational Character on the relationships between Consulting Service Quality and Business Performance. To accomplish these purposes, The questionaries of 192 were inspected to the CEO or PM having consulting experience at the companies in Daegu and kyoung-buk. First, Consulting Service Quality presented a meaningful result(+) with the Business Performance. Second, Consulting Service Quality have differential influence on Business Performance by Client' s Organizational Character.
A Study on the Impact of Consultant's Competencies on Consulting Performance of Business Consulting: Moderating Effect of Project Manager's Competencies
Lee, Byeong-Jin ; Chang, Sung-Ho ; Lee, Jong-Hwan ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 255~266
For the empirical research, consultant competencies are constructed as consultant ability, attitude, and knowledge, and project manager competencies are constructed as management ability, participating attitude, and absorption capacity. For the more accurate research, moderate effects such as consulting project's manager tested.
The Ad Effects of the Interactive Message Expression and Consumer Characteristic insert IPTV
Yu, Seung-Yeob ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 267~276
The purpose of this study was to explore the effect of the interactive message expression and consumer characteristic insert IPTV advertising. The results of this study were follow: Firstly, Attention and attitude of interactive message advertising appeared than general TV advertising so that it was high. Second, In case of interactive message advertising, It appeared efficiently than the advertising without the advertisement detail information which is putting the good detail information. Third, In interactive message expression of IPTV advertising, Floating expression strategy appeared efficiently most. Lastly, Adoption of consumer characteristic was revealed that we had an influence on the knowledge level and the information search intention about IPTV. We present theoretical basis which to present interactive message to IPTV supplier is efficient, and the plan which floating expression can make the click intention of the advertising.
A study on the influence of Self-Leadership to Technology Innovation: Mediate Effect of Emotional Intelligence
Lee, Sun-Kyu ; Lee, Da-Jung ; Bae, Jung-Mi ; Lee, Seung-Woo ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 277~293
This study aims to mediating effects of Emotional Intelligence on the relationships between Self-Leadership. Additionally, this study is to examine the impact of Self-leadership(behavior-focused strategies, natural reward strategies and constructive thought pattern strategies) to Technology Innovation. Hypotheses were tested by surveying 420 employees at Gumi Industrial Complex. The findings are as follows: First, all factors of Self-leadership had a significant positive effect on Technology Innovation. Second, four factors of Emotional Intelligence had a significant positive mediating effect on Technology Innovation except behavior- focused strategies of Self-Leadership. It is indicated a need for action in organization's self-leadership and it is also shown reliable criterion to effective organizational management of success in Technology Innovation.
A study on the Effect of the Venture Identification System on Productivity and Technical Inefficiency
You, Yen-Yoo ; Roh, Jae-Whak ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 295~311
The government is working out the development of a venture enterprise through a venture certification system. The broad effects of its policies are anticipated by the government and revealed in the 'The Survey on Actual Condition of Venture Enterprises 2010'. These benefits include the revitalization of start-up, promotion of technological innovation, progress in marketing ability, improvement in corporate image, financing and investment, and benefit from tax reduction & exemption. However, with the estimation of production function and sales function, which both uses capital and labor as a basic elements, it was found that only 'financing and ease of investment' produces a statistically significant effect on production and sales. An addition, this study looks into whether venture-supporting system are helpful to the eradication of technical inefficiency. The policies brought about positive changes in reduction of technical inefficiencies except with regard to the ease of start-up where it was found that an increase in inefficiencies was the result.
Effects of Integrity, Ability, and Benevolence on Trust Buildup in Information Technology Environment
Namn, Su-Hyeon ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 313~323
We study how the three antecedents of trust such as integrity, ability and benevolence affect trust building, based on the articles extracted from the New York Times during 1981-2010. Major findings are that the ratio of negative impact on trust from integrity is 86%, whereas the ratios of positive impact on trust from ability and benevolence are 70% and 71% respectively. Statistical tests show that the hypothesis that the negative impact of integrity on trust build-up will be higher is supported, but the most unstructured benevolence related hypotheses are not confirmed due to small sample sizes. Based on the study, we suggest that the future direction of IT application should accommodate benevolence factor seriously to fulfill corporate social responsibility.
The impact of CSR activities in Domestic SMEs on their financial performances: analysis of the difference between B2B and B2C
Na, Do-Sung ; Leem, Wook-Bin ; Kang, Yong-Soo ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 325~341
Environmental regulations in the world has been strengthened. International Organization for Standardization (ISO) that international standard for social responsibility in the ISO26000 was published on November 01, 2010. CSR is rapidly changing in global environment. In the meantime, domestic companies such as donations to the required activities ought to be stayed. Strengthening the competitiveness of enterprises in the management tools that should be taken as the movement is taking place. The domestic small and medium-sized corporate social responsibility (SMEs CSR) activities have also taken many changes. In particular, multinational corporations and large companies within the supply chain, B2B companies in partnership appears to have a significant impact on business. In this study, in changing environment for domestic SMEs CEO survey results are based. CSR activities of SMEs and its impact on the financial competence, B2B businesses and B2C business activities of corporate social responsibility has been to analyzed the differences factor. This allows the small and medium-sized companies effectively promote socially responsible business activities, to spread the government, corporate, NGO, and local stakeholder's CSR was to provide a new perspective.
Android phone app. development for large scale classes
Kim, Il-Min ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 343~354
The interactions between a professor and students are very important in humanities classes A professor could not exchange opinions with students especially in large-scale classes. We have developed a smart phone app. in order to overcome the lirnit of interaction between a professor and students in large-scale classes. The app we have developed in this paper have exploited smart phone's data processing and wireless communication ability. In this paper, we showed that smart phone could be an useful tool for increasing the education effect of large-scale classes.
A Study on Acceptance Factors for MND-MDM
Lee, In-Seog ; Lee, Choon-Yeul ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 355~368
For an effective warfare under the condition of NCW, the sharing of data between systems must be essential. Thus, the standardization and the integration of data which is considered as the MND-EA improvement and the Megacenter is important. The purpose of this research is to investigate the factors that affected the BI(Behavioral Intention to USE) by using the TAM(Technology Acceptance Model), That is to introduce the MDM into the national defense field which is an issue in every agency sector for data sharing. Also, based on the implementation architecture of Gartner which applies depending on the business enterprise type, the preferred architecture should be selected considering the national defense environment and the characteristics, and suggest an effective MND-MDM plan by analysing the effects on the BI. The survey was done through 19th September till the 7th of October 2011, by investigating the people in charge of the development and maintenance of the national defense information systems and the SI company's national defense team people who have experienced the development of the national defense information systems.
Developing the Framework of IT Governance for Green Business
Choi, Young-Jin ; Ra, Jong-Hei ; Lee, Sang-Hak ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 369~378
Recently, following increased concern about green, people think that the pollution problems are cause of firm's product activities. So, firm's burden increased to protect nature and save energy during produce the goods. To keep the regulation and use the strategy methods, need to new Green IT Governance Framework(GITGF). FGI(Focus Group Interview) was used to carry out the research that is not mature. In this paper, we proposed the framework that is composed of green IT domain, business purpose, IT purpose and management process. GITFG is useful method to govern the corporate activities in the green IT Governance perspective.
A Study on Design of Ontologies-Driven Design of Context-based Historical-Cultural of U-Service in U-City
Kwon, Chang-Hee ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 379~387
Historical-cultural contents are digitized documents of records or evidences about changes of human society. The changes or evolvements are results of the interaction between society and environment. So the different feafures are appears by spatio-temporal observing locations Historical-cultural contents need to be designed so that the preservation and exchange of information, adaptation to changes of the future are easy. So historical-cultural contents have structured to support the intelligent services based on context. This study propose context-based ontology-design method based on events, and we implemented web services of Bible contents by proposed method.
Development and Application of Robot based Teaching Methods for use by pre-Service Special Elementary Teacher
Kim, Se-Min ; Ha, Tai-Hyun ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 389~397
With the growing acceptance of the educational benefits for the use of robot- based teaching, their use in classrooms is increasing. However, the vast majority of studies taking place are based within normal classroom environment. Therefore, this study was focused on the adaptations that need to be made for the use of robot-based teaching within a special-needs environment, specifically a program for pre-service teachers of a special needs Elementary school. The results indicate robot-based teaching has a place within special education and it is hoped that this study will spur further investigation into the field.
(A) Study on the Development of Mind Practice based on Cooperative Learning Model
An, Kwan-Su ; Baek, Hyeon-Gi ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 399~410
The purpose of this study was to develop cooperative learning model by utilizing mind practice to build mutual understandings and reliability among team members at the early stage of cooperative learning model That is to say, mind practice was applied to make the team members understanding one another and building the member's mutual confidences. The study was performed by dividing into two stages. First, the draft of mind practice based on cooperative learning model was proposed by performing a literature survey and a case study. Second, the draft model was applied to actual classrooms. And the draft was modified and developed to the final model on the basis of the draft model's strength and improvement founded during the procedure of the actual application. This draft model was implemented to 46 students who were the sophomore of department of education and enrolled the profession class of "Education methodology and Education engineering" at J college in J city for 5 weeks. From the implementation result of the model, it was obtained that there was the positive reaction on applying mind practice to the beginning stage of cooperative learning. Adding of "Re-building team" step in the original steps was suggested. The final model was modified and issued based on the research result. In summary, it was concluded that cooperative learning model based on mind practice could not only provide the harmonious interactions among team members at the step of "building the team members" but also have a positive effect on refreshing learning atmosphere of the team.
A Study on the Influence between Self-leadership Strategies and Learning Performance at IT Classes mediated by Attitude of Attendance: Comparative Research between Korea and China
Park, Ki-Ho ;
Journal of Digital Convergence, volume 9, issue 6, 2011, Pages 411~419
Recently concept of self-leadership that leads one's own activities toward right direction through self-control or self-management has been being focused on practices as well as academia. This study is to investigate the influence between self-leadership strategies and learning performance at IT classes mediated by attitude of attendance focused on the social science students at an university. This study performed the comparative study to investigate whether differences among Korean(64 samples) and Chinese(31 samples) students is or not Research results can give us right direction of task-taking attitudes in firms or learning attitudes in teaching organization and implications to human resource managers who are in charge of improving learning performance or productivity.