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Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society
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Volume 35, Issue 4 - Dec 2010
Volume 35, Issue 3 - Sep 2010
Volume 35, Issue 2 - Jun 2010
Volume 35, Issue 1 - Mar 2010
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A Study of Comparison with the Operating Priority Rules of RMGC on Semi-Automated Container Terminal
Kim, Chan-Ho ; Ha, Tae-Young ; Yang, Hong-Suk ;
Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society, volume 35, issue 2, 2010, Pages 1~17
This paper aims to compare four operating priority rules of RMGC (Rail Mounted Gantry Crane) used in semi-automated container terminal. The four priority rules employed in this paper are FCFS (First-come-first-served), LCFS (Last-come-first-served), TOS (Turn-over-served) and NFS (Nearest-first-served). And to compare the four operating priority rules, this paper analyzed productivity of RMGC and CC (Container Crane), waiting time of YT (Yard Truck) and RT (Road Truck) in container yard, and turnaround time of RT in container terminal of each priority rule by using stevedoring simulation. As a result, NFS was evaluated as the best rule to improve the overall productivity of container terminal in terms of all criteria.
A Comparison of Alternative Approaches to Determinants of DEA Efficiency Scores
Kim, Seong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society, volume 35, issue 2, 2010, Pages 19~35
Many papers have used a two-stage approach of first calculating DEA efficiency scores and then seeking to correlate these scores with various environmental variables. Most of the studies have not checked whether such a two-stage approach is statistically valid for identifying significant environmental variables. Recently Simar and Wilson (2007) (SW) introduce a sensible data generating process and bootstrap procedure based on truncated regression for the two-stage approach. Banker and Natarajan (2008) (BN) provide a statistical foundation for the two-stage approach comprising a DEA followed by an ordinary least squares or maximum likelihood estimation. Researchers have to identify an approach suitable for their research circumstances in terms of properties, merits, demerits, and robustness to plausible departures from its chosen data generating process. We summarize the foundations and properties of the two-stage procedures suggested by SW and BN. And we discuss merits and demerits of those procedures. Also using Monte Carlo simulation we assess their relative performance under several misspecified settings.
A Study on the Antecedents of Research Facility Public Usage Enhancement: Focusing on Service Quality, User Satisfaction and Reuse/Recommendation Intention in the Case of RFID/USN Support Center
Yoo, Seuck-Cheun ; Jung, Uk ; Park, Chan-Kyoo ;
Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society, volume 35, issue 2, 2010, Pages 37~51
Understanding the antecedents of high public usage of national R&D facilities is a critical issue for both academics and facility managers. Previous researchrelated to general service management has identified service quality and user satisfaction as important antecedents of reuse and recommendation intention. The current paper reports findings from a survey which looked into the impact of service quality dimensions and user satisfaction on reuse and recommendation intention in the field of R&D facility public usage. Findings indicate that service quality appears to be linked to user satisfaction, and user satisfaction to be linked to reuse and recommendation intention. Findings also indicate that user satisfaction played as a mediator on the relationship between service quality and reuse/recommendation intentions in R&D facility public usage domain.
Ant-based Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Ok, Chang-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society, volume 35, issue 2, 2010, Pages 53~69
This paper proposes an ant-based routing algorithm, Ant System-Routing in wireless Senor Networks(AS-RSN), for wireless sensor networks. Using a transition rule in Ant System, sensors can spread data traffic over the whole network to achieve energy balance, and consequently, maximize the lifetime of sensor networks. The transition rule advances one of the original Ant System by re-defining link cost which is a metric devised to consider energy-sufficiency as well as energy-efficiency. This metric gives rise to the design of the AS-RSN algorithm devised to balance the data traffic of sensor networks in a decentralized manner and consequently prolong the lifetime of the networks. Therefore, AS-RSN is scalable in the number of sensors and also robust to the variations in the dynamics of event generation. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm by comparing three existing routing algorithms: Direct Communication Approach, Minimum Transmission Energy, and Self-Organized Routing and find that energy balance should be considered to extend lifetime of sensor network and increase robustness of sensor network for diverse event generation patterns.
Density-based Outlier Detection for Very Large Data
Kim, Seung ; Cho, Nam-Wook ; Kang, Suk-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society, volume 35, issue 2, 2010, Pages 71~88
A density-based outlier detection such as an LOF (Local Outlier Factor) tries to find an outlying observation by using density of its surrounding space. In spite of several advantages of a density-based outlier detection method, the computational complexity of outlier detection has been one of major barriers in its application. In this paper, we present an LOF algorithm that can reduce computation time of a density based outlier detection algorithm. A kd-tree indexing and approximated k-nearest neighbor search algorithm (ANN) are adopted in the proposed method. A set of experiments was conducted to examine performance of the proposed algorithm. The results show that the proposed method can effectively detect local outliers in reduced computation time.
The Effects of Social Capital, Target Costing and IT Infrastructure on Knowledge Management Processes
Choi, Jong-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society, volume 35, issue 2, 2010, Pages 89~114
This study empirically investigated the effects of the target costing system as well as information technology(IT) infrastructure on the knowledge management processes(i.e., socialization, externalization, combination and internalization) and the performance of a firm. This study also examined an impact of the social capital(i.e., inter-departmental communication, trust, cooperation and integration) on the adoption and development of the target costing and the IT infrastructure. The results of this study showed that inter-departmental communication, trust and integration have a significant positive impact on the adoption of the target costing. It was also found that the effects of inter-departmental communication and integration on the development of storage and transfer infrastructure are significant and positive. However, in the adoption of search infrastructure, only the impact of inter-departmental integration was significant. The results of regression analyses presented that the target costing has significant influence on the four processes of knowledge management. It was also observed that the effects of storage and transfer infrastructure on combination are significant and positive. In search infrastructure, the impact on combination and internalization was significant. According to the results of this study, it was found that when the adoption level of the target costing is high, search infrastructure mainly affects the three processes(i.e., socialization, combination and internalization). However, under a low adoption level of the target costing, the impact of storage and transfer infrastructure on the whole processes was significant and positive. Thus, it is assumed that storage and transfer infrastructure complements a low level of the target costing adoption through the active transfer and sharing of explicit and tacit knowledge.