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Technology of Location-Based Service for Mobile Tourism
Lee, Geun-Sang ; Kim, Ki-Jeong ; Kim, Hyoung-Jun ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 1~11
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.001
This study developed the algorithm of location-based service for supplying the efficient tourism service to traveller using mobile device and applied it to the Jeonju HANOK village. First, the location service was advanced using algorithm coupling with GPS error range and travel speed in single line, and with GPS location and nearest neighbor method to line in multiple one. Also this study developed a program using DuraMap-Xr spatial engine for establishing topology to Node and Link in line automatically. And the foundation was prepared for improving travel convenience by programming location-based service technology to single and multiple lines based on Blackpoint-Xr mobile application engine.
The Impact of Land Use Structure and Vector Habitat Conditions on the Incidence of Malaria-A Case Study in High-Incidence Areas
Kim, Ju-Hye ; Park, Sun-Yurp ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 12~24
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.012
Eradication of endemic malaria was declared in mid 1980`s in Korea, but the number of malaria cases has been oscillating for the past 10 years since the reemergence of the disease in early 1990`s. The occurrence of malaria has been concentrated near the demilitarized zone(DMZ), and the regional characteristics of the disease are evident. Considering the spatial variations of malaria incidence across the high-risk areas, the hotspot of the disease, it seems that the occurrence of the disease is influenced by the natural and human environment in the region. Malaria is an infectious disease that is transmitted to humans by the bites of vector-mosquitoes carrying malaria parasites, and it depends on specific climatic and sociodemographic factors. Malaria transmission is highly climate-sensitive, and temperature is the most important component. In addition, human contacts with vector-mosquitoes and the distance between human residence and mosquito habitats are crucial conditions determining malaria incidence rates. The present study aimed to test a hypothesis that the spatial characteristics of malaria incidence depended on local climatic conditions, relative proportions of mosquito habitats, and the distance between mosquito habitats and human residence using meteorological and satellite-based land cover data.
Outlook Analysis of Future Discharge According to Land Cover Change Using CA-Markov Technique Based on GIS
Park, Jin-Hyeog ; No, Sun-Hee ; Lee, Geun-Sang ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 25~39
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.025
In this study, the change of the discharge according to the land cover change which acts as one of dominant factors for the outlook of future discharge was analyzed using SWAT(Soil and Water Assessment Tool) model for Yongdam and Daecheong Dam Watershed in the Geum River Basin. The land cover maps generated by Landsat TM satellite images in the past 1990 and 1995 were used as observed data to simulate the land cover in 2000 by CA-Markov serial technique and after they were compared and verified, the changes of land cover in 2050 and 2100 in the future were simulated. The discharge before and after the change of land cover by using input data of SWAT model was compared and analyzed under the A1B scenario. As a result of analyzing the trend in the elapses of year on the land cover in the Geum River Basin, the forest and rice paddy class area steadily decreased while the urban, bare ground and grassland classes increased. As a result of analyzing the change of discharge considering the future change of the land cover, it appeared that the discharge considering the change of land cover increases by 1.83~2.87% on the whole compared to the discharge not considering the change of land cover.
A Study on the Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis of the Distribution of Longevity Population and the Scale Effect of the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem(MAUP)
Choi, Don-Jeong ; Suh, Yong-Cheol ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 40~53
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.040
Most of the existing domestic studies to identify the distribution of longevity population and influencing factors oriented confirmatory approach. Furthermore, most of the studies in this research topic simply have used their own definition of spatial unit of analysis or employed arbitrary spatial units of analysis according to data availability. These research approaches can not sufficiently reflect the spatial characteristic of longevity phenomenon and exposed to the Modifiable Aerial Unit Problem(MAUP). This research performed the Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis(ESDA) to identify the spatial autocorrelation of the distribution of longevity population and investigated whether the modifiable areal unit problem in the aspect of scale effect using spatial population data in Korea. We used Si_Gun_Gu and Eup_Myeon_Dong as two different spatial units of regional longevity indicators measured. Then, we applied Getis-Ord Gi* to investigate the existence of spatial hot spots and cold spots. The results from our analysis show that there exist statistically significant spatial autocorrelation and spatial hot spots and cold spots of regional longevity at both Si_Gun_Gu and Eup_Myeon_Dong levels. This result implies that the modifiable areal unit problem does exist in the studies of spatial patterns of longevity population distribution. The demand for longevity researches would be increased inevitably. In addition, there were apparent differences for the global spatial autocorrelation and local spatial cluster which calculated different spatial units such as Si_Gun_Gu and Eup_Myeon_Dong and this can be seen as scale effect of MAUP. The findings from our analysis show that any study in this topic can mislead results when the modifiable areal unit problem and spatial autocorrelation are not explicitly considered.
The Characteristics of View Landscape in Modern Daegu
Park, Jin-Wook ; Hwang, Guk-Woong ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 54~67
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.054
This study deals with the characteristics of view landscape in modern Daegu city which were analysed employing geographic information system(GIS). The view landscape analysis was performed by using GIS that enables to overlap land use map with the map of range of visibility, and the 3-D simulation. The results are as follows; First of all, the ratio of forest is enormously high in the range of visibility. The distribution of landscape components allows the dwellers to obtain a clear view towards forests from anywhere. The landscape components include west eroded lowlands, east open rolling lands, east eroded lowlands, and high mountain areas: Apsan(Mt.) in the south; Waryoungsan(Mt.) in the west; and Hamjisan(Mt.) and Hakbong(Mt.) in the north. On the tops of those, people are able to secure a clear vision from the viewpoint towards the surrounding mountains because of the rural areas continuing from the viewpoint to the mountains. A continuous view landscape has been formed by these natural environmental factors. Finally, there are multiple view targets with relatively high altitude that are covered with forests in the space between the urban area and the outer mountains that are higher than the view targets, which provides a scenery of mountains overlapped by higher mountains.
Applicability Test of UK Design Flood Estimation Model FEH-ReFH to Korean Namcheon Watershed
Kim, Sang-Ho ; Ahn, So-Ra ; Jang, Cheol-Hee ; Kim, Seong-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 68~80
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.068
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the applicability of UK design flood estimation model, FEH-ReFH through rainfall-runoff simulation of Korean watershed. For the Nam stream watershed(
), the model was calibrated using 6 storm events. The watershed and hydrological characteristics for the model requirements was prepared by developing input data pre-processors based on open GIS. The parameters of rainfall loss rate and unit hydrograph were calibrated from the observed data. The results can be used for improving and standardizing the Korean design flood estimation method.
GIS-Based Suitable Site Selection for Aquaculture Using Scope for Growth of Styela Clava
Park, Jung-Hyun ; Suh, Yong-Cheol ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 81~90
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.081
The purpose of this paper is to do GIS-based suitable site selection using Scope for Growth index of Styela clava in Jindong Bay. The aquaculture of Styela calva is only conducted in Korea, especially Jindong Bay. Suspended culture of Styela clava was initiated in 2001 and the annual production reached 15,084M/T, but declined to 1,412M/T in 2005. The annual production was increased slightly to 2,484M/T in 2012 but the production is lower than the beginning yield. Scope for Growth(SFG) can indicate interrelationships between environment and organism growth index in aquaculture. GIS-based suitable site selection can be available by the concept of SFG, and fishery management system can be constructed for the sustainable production. As a result of the assessment of habitat suitability, Jindong Bay`s SFG value ranges 0.054~0.57J/day and Styela clava farm`s SFG values range 0.054~0.57J/day, either. The correlation between Styela clava farm`s SFG and the actual production has a good result, as r
A Study on the Effective Use of Spatial Data in Busan Metropolitan City
Baek, Tae-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 91~102
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.091
The purpose of this study is to suggest the way of effective use of spatial data in Busan metropolitan city. To do so, information systems and spatial data established in each department are analyzed. Spatial data distribution networks scattered around the nation are integrated to the national spatial information clearinghouse and the service is expanded for the public and the private sectors to participate. Information systems supplied by the central government are 22 and information systems operating in the Busan Metropolitan City are 168. In addition, there are also 295 types of the thematic maps in 11 fields related to the environment, road transportation, livestock, and etc. For systems integration and management system, an integrated information management and linkage system is required in the near future. In the next logical step, generation of metadata, experiments for effective utilization of spatial data, and construction of the data center should be necessary.
Generation of the KOMPSAT-2 Ortho Mosaic Imagery on the Korean Peninsula
Lee, Kwang-Jae ; Yyn, Hee-Cheon ; Kim, Youn-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 103~114
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.103
In this study, we established the ortho mosaic imagery on the Korean Peninsula using KOMPSAT-2 images and conducted an accuracy assessment. Rational Polynomial Coefficient(RPC) modeling results were mostly less than 2 pixels except for mountainous regions which was difficult to select a Ground Control Point(GCP). Digital Elevation Model(DEM) which was made using the digital topographic map on the scale of 1:5,000 was used for generating an ortho image. In the case of inaccessible area, the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission(SRTM) DEM was used. Meanwhile, the ortho mosaic image of the Korean Peninsula was produced by each ortho image aggregation and color adjustment. An accuracy analysis for the mosaic image was conducted about a 1m color fusion image. In order to verify a geolocation accuracy, 813 check points which were acquired by field survey in South Korea were used. We found that the maximum error was not to exceed 5m(Root Mean Square Error : RMSE). On the other hand, in the case of inaccessible area, the extracted check points from a reference image were used for accuracy analysis. Approximately 69% of the image has a positional accuracy of less than 3m(RMSE). We found that the seam-line accuracy among neighboring image was very high through visual inspection. However, there were a discrepancy with 1 to 2 pixels at some mountainous regions.
A Study on the Improvement of River Management System Based on Riverbed Change Data Management Program for Utilization of Advanced Bathymetry Data
Jo, Myung-Hee ; Kim, Kyung-Jun ; Kim, Hyun-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 115~125
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.115
The systematic management of river is difficult due to various environmental factors such as season and terrain deformation. Especially, river terrain are rapidly changing by natural and anthropogenic factors such as torrential rain during the summer and river development projects. Thus in this conditions, building the advanced river management system is an essential condition to support the ongoing management of survey data and to acquire data regularly through river terrain survey in order to maintain an active river. The need to build an efficient system have been increased through the enhancement and advancement of River Management Geographic Information Systems(RIMGIS). In this study, database design system and Riverbed Change Data Management Program was developed for systematic management of new river terrain survey data and the efficient use of river data dynamic changes. The key features are construction of river survey data, cross and longitudinal section monitoring and analysis of riverbed change data. Maintenance tasks which can be utilized in river-based architecture was constructed. The expected results are to be able to manage river systematically, and utilization of river topographic survey data efficiently for river maintenance work.
Estimating Method of Topographic Factor of Design Wind Speed Using GIS
Choi, Se-Hyu ; Seo, Eun-Su ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 126~135
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.126
With more than 70% of the country consisting of mountains, Korea has large and small mountains, and hills located in the inner cities. Therefore, Korea`s architectural structure laws stipulate that an increase in wind speed due to the influence of terrain should be considered in the design of wind loads of buildings. But if more than two mountains are located around the building or if the boundaries of the land surface are not clear when calculating topographic factors of wind speed, the designer has subjectively selected the coverage of the topographic factors of wind speed or the surface. This may lead to unscientific design of wind loads. This study attempts to analyze topographic factors of wind speed by using a 1:5000 topographic map with relatively high location accuracy and thereby to reflect changes due to the topographic characteristics and influence at the point where the building is located. By also selecting terrain surfaces and vertexes through Arc GIS and presenting a scientific approach to determine the range of topographic factors of wind speed, this study is expected to make a contribution for more rational and cost-effective wind-resistant design of buildings.
A Study of the Baekdudaegan and Ridgelines Extraction and Environmental Impact Assessment Utilizing GIS
Lee, Moung-Jin ; Lee, Soo-Jae ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 136~146
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.136
This study has specified terminology for mountain ridgeline, and organized the present condition of Korean mountain ridgeline and empirical management measures of Beakdudeagan and Jeongmeak. Moreover, based on previously published paper maps, mountain map, and numerical maps, this study has used GIS to reorganize Jeongmaek of Korea, including Hanbukjeongmaek, Hannamjeongmaek, and Gumbukjoengmaek. To ensure accuracy, DEM, Shaded Relief Image, gradient, curvature, and aspect have been analyzed from recent numerical maps. On extraction process, this study analyzes more specifically the results, previous Beakdudaegan is modified and new Jeongmaeks have been extracted. Moreover, for analyzing natural environment of surrounding of major mountain ridgeline, ecological zoning grade of mountain ridgeline is analyzed. With the analyzed result, domestic and foreign mountain ridgeline management policy is suggested, and environmental impact assessment method for major mountain ridgeline development is also suggested. In this study, Baekdudaegan and its Jeongmaek are organized and analyzed. With the results, this study suggested political linkage of mountain ridgelines and guidelines for environmental impact assessment of ridgeline development.
Comparison of Precipitation Distributions in Precipitation Data Sets Representing 1km Spatial Resolution over South Korea Produced by PRISM, IDW, and Cokriging
Park, Jong-Chul ; Kim, Man-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 147~163
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.147
The purpose of this study is to compare precipitation distributions in precipitation data sets over South Korea produced by three interpolation methods. The differences of precipitation caused by interpolation methods is an important information when the interpolated precipitation data sets were used in researches such as ecological and hydrological modeling as well as regional climate impact studies. In this study, the precipitation data sets were produced by IDW(Inverse Distance Weighting) and Cokriging in this study and the PRISM(Precipitation-elevation Regressions on Independent Slopes Model) data set obtained from Climate Change Information Center of Korea. The spatial resolution of the precipitation data is 1km. As a result, there was a great precipitation difference caused by interpolation methods in data of mountainous watersheds in general. Especially the difference of monthly precipitation was 10~20% or more in the mountainous watersheds near the Military Demarcation Line dividing North and South Korea, Mt. Sobaik, Mt. Worak, Mt. Deogyu, Mt. Jiri and Taeback Mountain Range. It means that a final result of a research can be affected by adopted interpolation method when an interpolated precipitation data set is used in the research for the these study sites.
Building Mongolian ULIIMS(Ulaanbaatar Land Information Integration Management System)
Jo, Myung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 164~179
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.164
Ulaanbaatar city, the capital of Mongolia and the center of Mongolian economy, increasingly needs to have a long-term urban planning and a system to impose a tax on land effectively as insufficient development of land and the moving of nomad into urban areas increases during its rapid growth. Therefore, Mongolian government has to prepare a land management system which provides the infrastructure to improve work efficiency and service quality by integrating digitalized data about land and main facilities and sharing data between related departments. This research analyzed the environment to operate the existing land management system and working environment and redesigned database. Furthermore, it integrated all the existing systems, configured service network, and made working environment for land registration, land permission, land payment management to be processed online. With this, it provides the foundation to improve quality of people`s life through the preparation of long term urban planning, clean tax administration of real estate, and reconsideration of efficiency about urban infrastructure investment.
An USN Test Bed Construction for Real Time Monitoring of Road Environment Information
Kang, Jin-A ; Kim, Tae-Hoon ; Bae, Myung-Nam ; Na, Joon-Yeop ; Hong, Chang-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 180~192
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.180
Recently, the development of the information-communications industry has created a new paradigm of the ubiquitous and the smart environments. An USN is a typical technology for constructing a ubiquitous environments. But the USN technologies applied in practice have a lot of problems and to solve these problems that this study was to build a test bed. For the creation of the needs of USN technology, we suggest a method and service of monitoring of road hazards combining the USN and the Geographic Information System(GIS). We conduct making the USN equipment relevant provisions surveys, making installation guidelines, construction system and real-time testing. This study is capable of the management of public facilities, real-time monitoring of accident and the environment data and is expected to be expanded to a 3D facility management combineded with BIM in the future.
Large-Scale Slope Stability Analysis Using Climate Change Scenario (1): Methodologies
Choi, Byoung-Seub ; Oh, Sung-Ryul ; Lee, Kun-Hyuk ; Lee, Gi-Ha ; Kwon, Hyun-Han ;
Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies, volume 16, issue 3, 2013, Pages 193~210
DOI : 10.11108/kagis.2013.16.3.193
This study aims to assess the slope stability variation of Jeollabuk-do drainage areas by RCM model outputs based on A1B climate change scenario and infinite slope stability model based on the specific catchment area concept. For this objective, we downscaled RCM data in time and space: from watershed scale to rain gauge scale in space and from monthly data to daily data in time and also developed the GIS-based infinite slope stability model based on the concept of specific catchment area to calculate spatially-distributed wetness index. For model parameterization, topographic, geologic, forestry digital map were used and model parameters were set up in format of grid cells(
). Finally, we applied the future daily rainfall data to the infinite slope stability model and then assess slope stability variation under the climate change scenario. This research consists of two papers: the first paper focuses on the methodologies of climate change scenario preparation and infinite slope stability model development.