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Volume 21, Issue 3 - Nov 2004
Volume 21, Issue 2 - Nov 2004
Volume 21, Issue 1 - May 2004
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The Effect of the Motive Factors Towards the Intended Use of the Website： Perspectives of Internet Shopping Mall
Korean Management Science Review, volume 21, issue 1, 2004, Pages 1~17
A separate and distinct interaction with both the actual e-vendor and with its IT web site interface is at the heart of online shopping. Previous research has established, accordingly, that online purchase intention is the product of customer assessments of IT itself, specifically its perceived usefulness and ease-of-use(TAM). Since perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use are such a fundamental driver of usage intentions, it is important to understand the determinants of this construct and how their influence changes over the voluntariness towards the usage intention. The reason for voluntariness as a moderating variable is that it had the serious effect to the motivating in the making willingness of the internet shopping-mall usage. A better understanding of the determinants of perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use to the usage intention would enable us to design web site interventions that would increase user acceptance and usage of internet shopping-mall. Therefore, the goal of the present research is to extend TAM to include additional key determinants of TAM and to understand how the effects of these determinants change with the voluntariness of the usage intention of the internet shopping-mall.
Scheme Analysis of Electronic Commerce Technologies
Korean Management Science Review, volume 21, issue 1, 2004, Pages 19~37
Since digital economy and electronic commerce are evolving rapidly. further shaping process of e-commerce over the Internet would be highly influenced by the impact of electronic commerce technologies. That is. the widespread application of electronic commerce technologies is remoulding classic business patterns and enabling organizations to deal with new ways of doing business with global suppliers. distributors, marketers and consumers. The objective of this study is to examine the scheme of electronic commerce technologies. analyzing the current state and what is expected of them In the future. However, it is difficult to clarify relationships with the every electronic commerce technology and to analyze the progress of each of them. This study focuses on the major electronic commerce application technologies relevant to e-business. In order to analyze the current state of electronic commerce technologies and relationships among them. this study has tried to gather experts' opinions using the Delphi method. For each major EC technology, this study has analyzed the current level. the technology scheme. the applicability, the economic influences of the EC technologies and the urgency of the technology development. This study will play a role of catalyser for the study of electronic commerce technologies and will provide guideline for future studies electronic commerce and information communication technology(ICT) diffusion.
Cockpit Crew Scheduling using Set Partitioning Problem
Korean Management Science Review, volume 21, issue 1, 2004, Pages 39~55
Efficient crew scheduling for cockpit crew is important in airline industry due to operational safety and cost associated with the flight duty time. Because of complexity of regulations imposed to the cockpit crew. it is complicated to generate an efficient schedule. Schedule of cockpit crew can be generated through two steps; selecting of flight patterns. and scheduling of them to the specific time horizon. Heuristic method is developed and applied with massive data in a limited time of computation. A set of flight patterns is selected from all possible flight patterns. which are generated by composing the flight leg based on regulations. by using the set partitioning problem with objective function of oversea stay cost. The selected set of flight patterns found at the first step is allocated to 4 week crew schedule to minimize the variance of total fight time assigned to each crew. The crew schedules obtained are evaluated and compared with the ones currently used in one of major airline company.
The Priority of Internal Control Factors for Information Systems based on Individual Characteristics
Korean Management Science Review, volume 21, issue 1, 2004, Pages 57~76
The development of informational technology has lead to a sharp change in not only the existing way of operations and management, but the way of human life or thinking as well. Those shifts of the paradigm in information technology have also affected Individuals to the organizational structure. A series of unexpected problems was, however, accompanied by the advance in informational technology, which had broaden its own area of application. Those problems include the losses of property or data the malfunction of systems and their wastefulness would result in, continuous increases in computer crimes, reliability and efficiency of the functional process with the development of information systems, such as the processing problems of inaccurate data, economical issues, and subjects related to safety, as interruptions of privacy, which would result from lots of one's exposure to the drains of personal information. Accordingly, Auditors' roles of information systems, for now, is more important than anything else in that they are responsible for the objective assessment of relevance and effectiveness of internal control systems under the environment of information systems. The objective of the study is, so as to obtain safety of information systems： First, to provide data to line-design internal control systems after finding internal control factors to prevent and eliminate the risks of information systems. Second, to evaluate the priorities of internal control factors with their effective management being considered as the key to settle the problems of risks of information systems. Third, to discriminate what factors affect In evaluating the relative degrees of Importance of internal control factors.
Warm-Start of Interior Point Methods for Multicommodity Network Flow Problem
Korean Management Science Review, volume 21, issue 1, 2004, Pages 77~86
In this paper, we present a methodology for solving the multicommodity network flow problems using interior point methods. In our method, the minimum cost network flow problem extracted from the given multicommodity network flow problem is solved by primal-dual barrier method in which normal equations are solved partially using preconditioned conjugate gradient method. Based on the solution of the minimum cost network flow problem, a warm-start point is obtained from which Castro's specialized interior point method for multicommodity network flow problem starts. In the computational experiments, the effectiveness of our methodology is shown.
An Exploratory Study on the Perception of Organizational Ownership of Explicit and Tacit Knowledge
Korean Management Science Review, volume 21, issue 1, 2004, Pages 87~111
Today's organizations make every effort to achieve effective knowledge management. under the recognition that knowledge is a powerful. competitive weapon. For knowledge management to be successful, however, not only should knowledge be voluntarily offered by organizational members but also the organizational ownership of knowledge be perceived among members. In this regard. this study explores antecedent factors of organizational ownership of knowledge based on the extension of previous studies. The analysis of two hundred and fifty-five survey data indicates that cohesion of department or team, propensity to share, and task interdependence are significantly related to organizational ownership. The relationship turns out to be stronger with tacit knowledge than with explicit knowledge. Some suggestions are proposed for enhancing effective knowledge management.
A Decision Support System for Supplier Selection in B2B E-procurement
Korean Management Science Review, volume 21, issue 1, 2004, Pages 113~129
Nowadays many enterprises build e-procurement systems. An e-procurement is a Web-based procurement process and its functionalities are considered important in the B2B e-commerce. Buyers should select competent suppliers for a successful e-procurement. Therefore, this study proposes a method using the analytic hierarchy process(AHP) for building a Web-based supplier selection system. In detail, the purpose of this study is (1) to review methods previously used when buyers selecting suppliers and to extract important selection criteria： (2) to explain extended AHP method adopted by this study among supplier selection methods： (3) to describe the supplier selection steps using extended AHP ： and (4) to propose a decision support system embedding the methodology described above. The proposed system comprises of three phase： first phase is to evaluate suppliers on enterprise level： second phase to evaluate them on each transaction level： third phase to post-evaluate them.