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Volume 3, Issue 2 - Dec 1998
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Implemetation of STEP Standard Data Interface (SDAI) on Multiple Data Models
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 1~22
SDAI (Standard Data Access Interface) is an interface specification of accessing various storage systems such as file systems and database management systems for STEP data. Using SDAI, both application program developers and CAD/CAM system developers can be relieved from dealing with STEP physical file or system dependent DBMS operations. In this paper, we present implementations of SDAI on different data models, i.e., relational, extended relational, and object-oriented. In order to implement SDAI, we need to translate the EXPRESS information model into target data models. The schema translation process for three different data models are compared and other implementation issues are discussed.
A Study on Hybrid Database Integration Model for Product Data Management
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 23~41
In a centralized database system, all system components reside at a single platform. In recent years there has been a rapid trend toward the integration of information systems over multiple sites that are interconnected via a communication network, and users' needs are changed to integration of multiple information sites. Multi database System is one of solutions for integrating distributed heterogeneous databases. However the problems in multi database system are restriction in distributed environment support, limitation in integrating heterogeneous media type data, static integration, and data-only of integration. In order to solve these problems, we propose a hybrid database integration model, HyDIM. HyDIM is used for the integrating legacy multimedia data, adopting CORBA, MDS, and mediator. We demonstrate a prototype system far PDM application domain.
The study on the CALS's character -From a ILS point of view-
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 43~67
Logistics is by no means a new subject area. The concept of logistics goes way become more complex as technology advances, and logistics requirements have increased accordingly. In 1964, when ILS philosophy formally came into being, ILS was defined in general terms and did not describe what actions an ILS program should accomplish. ILS philosophy have been developed from 1964 through 1980. In 1982, United States Department of Defense formulated a new concept, CALS. CALS is the strategy that the US defense development to management the transition to integration and automated interchange in defense system engineering, manufacturing, and logistic support. Its goal is to use the inherent features of digitized data to revolutionize the function of data -gathering, data storage and data - transfer techologies associared with the development of defense systems. The Result will be systems that are cheaper, more reliable, and easier to maintain. To define CALS's character, the purpose of this papers compare two concepts - CALS and ILS. The elements of CALS consist of standads and EDI. The elements of ILS include LCC(Life Cycle Cost), LSA(Logistics Support Analysis), LSAR(Logistics Support Analysis Rcord), Aquisition Cycle.
An Analysis of Processes Applied by CALS: A Case of Firm H
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 69~80
CALS has been a hot issue in the information-related industry in the world in order to achieve the competitive advantage of a firm or a nation. Nontheless, while there is an abundance of literature advocating the importance of introducing CALS, little attention has been given to the analysis of processes to be applied by CALS. This research conducts a case study on Firm H, investigating its processes for which CALS should be deployed and prioritizing these processes. Based on the analysis of the interviews with CALS experts who are familiar with the processes of Firm H, this paper concludes that CALS must be applied to the processes of the purchase/supply for Firm H, followed by such processes as the development of telephone exchangers, the operations management, and the service.
Development of Parts Management System Using Intranet
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 81~94
In Client/Server environments, an employee should be able to access only applications which were assigned to him/her. That makes it difficult to share information among employees. The development of intranet system made it possible to share more information and to access broader information. In this paper, we present a parts management system developed by using Intrabuilder which is an intranet development tool. We intend to suggest a prototype which can guide the development of more delicate and complete parts management systems in the future.
A Typology of Internet Shopping Mall
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 95~115
The growth of the internet shopping mall has led to a critical mass of consumers and firms participating in a global online marketplace. This study is devoted to providing a conceptual framework for describing and analyzing the characteristics of internet shopping mall. We proposed a model which classifies internet shopping mall into four types, including (1) general intermediary (2) general direct-sales (3) specialized intermediary (4) specialized direct-sales. Our framework facilitates greater understanding of the internet shopping mall as commercial medium and allows examination of internet shopping mall in terms of the opportunities and challenges firms facing online business.
How Enterprise Background Works for Cyber Shopping Mall Operating Strategies: A Comparative Case Study
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 117~136
Internet-based cyber shopping mall has recently become the focus of interest among many researchers in the field of information systems. It is because of the widespread use of Internee and of the novelty of the cyber mall as a new business practice. This research attempted to provide grounded guidelines for this business style based on a qualitative indepth analysis of the experience of two cyber malls. The two research sites had different company backgrounds, one as a retailer and ther other as an IT service provider. Implications of the analysis were drawn in terms of the business strategy and operating tactics.
An Exploratory Study on the Use of Electronic Commerce by Small and Medium Enterprise using the Action-Audience Model
;Chang E. Koh;
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 137~154
To facilitate a better understanding of the benefits, problems, and issues associated with the use of Internet and (World Wide) Web in business, we conducted an exploratory study on the use of Internet and Web by Small and Medium Enterprise(SME) using the Action-Audience Model. The Action-Audience model categorizes business use of the Web: to provide information (Informational Web), to carry out business transactions (Transactional Web), and to support business activities (Operational Web). The model also recognizes different audiences of the Web. The study shows that SMEs are in the early stage of Web use.
The Impact of Internet Banking on the Financial Market
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 155~173
In this paper we present the development of internet banking and its impact on financial market. The internet banking has been introduced since 1990s, from which customers could obtain most financial services over internet, and will replace with the traditional banks. According to a survey, most of bankers agree that internet will play an important role in banking industry. The internet banking has an enormous impact on the transfer system and banking industry. The transfer system is divided into two-large-value transfer system and small-value transfer system, depending on the size of its transfer amount. The internet banking will enhance the transfer system, especially small-value transfer system. It will reduce the time lag between transaction of service and its payment. However, a congestion or a blockage in a part of network might stop the financial service all over the network, which is called "computer risk". As internet banking develops, banks have incentives to reduce their branches and have to compete with information-business companies which can offer financial EDI.
Implementation Issues to Quick Response System in Korean Fashion Industry
The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies, volume 3, issue 1, 1998, Pages 175~194
The purpose of this study is to examine the current status of Quick Response adoption, and to recognize the implementation problems of QR system in the Korean fashion industry. We reviewed the theoretical background of QR system, analyzed the current status of QR adoption, and identified critical issues to implement the system in our fashion business environment. Previous literatures and information gained from communication service organizations were used for this study The major problems recognized are lack of inter-organizational information network, closed supply channels, non-standardization of QR implementation, and low level of information technology usage including KAN, POS, and EDI. Strong mutual partnership between streams for shared common goals and clear QR mind setting of top management with commitment to information sharing are considered needed for the successful adoption of QR system in domestic fashion industry.