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Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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Korean Society for Internet Information
Editor in Chief :
In Kuk Song
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Volume 5, Issue 6 - Dec 2004
Volume 5, Issue 5 - Oct 2004
Volume 5, Issue 4 - Oct 2004
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Jun 2004
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Design and Implementation of an XML Repository Based on HL7 for Efficiently Sharing Medical Information
Ko Young-Seung ; Kim Soo-Hong ; Joo Kyung-Soo ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 1~10
Many hospitals tried to exchange their medical information between them. But they could not share efficiently medical information because of their different operating systems and database systems. In this paper, we developed an XML repository(called REPOMI : An XML Repository for Medical Information)based on HL7 that can store XML medical information. REPOMI is implemented by combining EJB components based on RDBMS. By REPOMI, we can manage more easily patient information and share efficiently medical information between hospitals. Therefore, medical informations can be exchanged between hospitals and general hospitals efficiently. As a result, hospitals can offer more efficient diagnosis to patients and it saves time and cost.
An Integrated Tool Model for the Management of Process and Artifact Management on CBD
Kim Young-Hee ; Chong Ki-Won ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 11~22
Works that improve the process and notify the improved process, the product and the change of tasks to all users are essential in achieving project. Existent project management tools support the definition and the change of project activities, and configuration management tools support version check, workspace management. build management. etc. It costs too much to buy each tool. as well as, it is burdensome to learn usage for various tools. Therefore the web-based integrated tool is proposed to manage the process and artifacts at a time in this paper. The proposed tool defines component based development process model. and achieves recording of process progression, processing the request of change, reporting the progression of each task, product registering and change, version recording, artifact or form search, etc. using ebXML. Furthermore, the stakeholders get the systematic management and standardization by sharing information that are necessary in process achievement and configuration management in distributed environment using the integrated management tool.
Detection of Network Attack Symptoms Based on the Traffic Measurement on Highspeed Internet Backbone Links
Roh Byeong-hee ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 23~33
In this paper, we propose a novel traffic measurement based detection of network attack symptoms on high speed Internet backbone links. In order to do so, we characterize the traffic patterns from the normal and the network attacks appeared on Internet backbone links, and we derive two efficient measures for representing the network attack symptoms at aggregate traffic level. The two measures are the power spectrum and the ratio of packet counts to traffic volume of the aggregate traffic. And, we propose a new methodology to detect networks attack symptoms by measuring those traffic measures. Experimental results show that the proposed scheme can detect the network attack symptoms very exactly and quickly. Unlike existing methods based on Individual packets or flows, since the proposed method is operated on the aggregate traffic level. the computational complexity can be significantly reduced and applicable to high speed Internet backbone links.
A Study on the Performance Modeling of Input-Buffered Multistage Interconnection Networks Under a Nonuniform Traffic Pattern with Small Clock Cycle Schemes
Mun Youngsong ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 35~42
In this paper the more accurate models than any other ones so far have been proposed for the performance evaluation of single-buffered banyan-type Multistage Interconnection Networks(MINs)'s under nonuniform traffic condition is obtained. Small clock cycle instead of big clock cycle is used. The accuracy of proposed models are conformed by comparing with the results from simulation.
Design and Implementation of a Mobile Contents for Learning English Vocabulary
Lee Jae-Seok ; Bae Ihn-Han ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 43~51
The convergence of mobile communications and handheld computers offers the opportunity to develop technology that will assist individuals and groups to learn anytime, anywhere. In this thesis, we suggest a learning model for educational mobile contents, and implement a mobile contents for English vocabulary learning. The mobile contents consist of two parts: vocabulary learning and vocabulary evaluation. The vocabulary learning provides the mobile learner not only the display of English vocabulary but also the pronunciation of native speaker. The degree of learning achievement is evaluated by the quiz program of game style. Accordingly, the proposed prototype system for English vocabulary learning is designed and implemented, as an exemplar of personal mobile systems for edutainment mobile learning.
A Study on the Optimization for Brokering Between Cargos and Ships
Seo Sang-Koo ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 53~62
This paper presents a study on the optimization for brokering between cargos and ships for future e-logistics. The primary contribution of this research is that we establish an optimization model by formalizing the criteria for the brokering such as time constraints, weight constraints, and preference values between cargos and ships. Another important contribution is that we not only investigate the complexity and the tractability of the optimal brokering problem but present how to evaluate the performance of the optimization program through an experiment. We first derive the preference values between cargos and ships using the time and the weight constraints. These preference values between each pair of cargos and ships are assigned to corresponding binary decision variables as coefficients in the objective function. The optimization model selects pairs of cargos and ships in a way that the sum of the preference values is maximized while satisfying given constraints. Experiment shows that the Davis-Putnam based optimization program finds optimal solutions in reasonable time for the problems with less than 90 decision variables.
HTTP Traffic Modeling and Analysis with Statistical Process
Jun Uie-Soo ; Lee Kwang-Hui ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 63~76
For efficient design and operation of a communication network, precise simulation of network characteristics is essential. This issue has been the focus of research by several groups. In this study, we first modeled the HTTP traffic which would be employed on simulation on the level of application using the real collected traffic data. There are two different viewpoints on the characteristics of web traffic pattern, Poisson distribution and self-similar characteristics. In our study, the results show that web traffic characteristics do not depend on only one type of distribution, but the traffic can be modeled as composition of these depending on the size of response of Web server. This implicates that the web traffic can be modeled as the combination of two characteristics. We also found that the characteristics of Web traffic rely on the properties of web servers. This result was deployed as a traffic generator in implementing the network simulator (NetDAS).
Spatio-Temporal Index Structure based on KDB-Tree for Tracking Positions of Moving Objects
Seo Dong-Min ; Bok Kyoung-Soo ; Yoo Jae Soo ; Lee Byoung-Yup ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 77~94
Recently, the needs of index structure which manages moving objects efficiently have been increased because of the rapid development of location-based techniques. Existing index structures frequently need updates because moving objects change continuatively their positions. That caused entire performance loss of the index structures. In this paper, we propose a new index structure called the TPKDB-tree that is a spatio-temporal index structure based on KDB-tree. Our technique optimizes update costs and reduces a search time for moving objects and reduces unnecessary updates by expressing moving objects as linear functions. Thus, the TPKDB-tree efficiently supports the searches of future positions of moving objects by considering the changes of moving objects included in the node as time-parameter. To maximize space utilization, we propose the new update and split methods. Finally, we perform various experiments to show that our approach outperforms others.
A Software Development Process of Core Instrumentation System Based on the Rational Unified Process
Lee Kil Sup ; Lee Tae Gong ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 95~113
RUP(Rational Unified Process) is a development process which is based on object-oriented, use case centric, architecture centric, and iterative approach. Public projects performed previously adopt waterfall lifecycle model for development of large scale software. However, recently various projects adopt an iterative approach to minimize risks of a project and to enhance quality of software. But few research result on practices of RUP as the subprocess of system development process is available. This paper presents a system development process which uses RUP as the subprocess for a subset of the system. Thus we introduce a tailored RUP for K-CIS(Korean Core Instrumentation System). Moreover, we assess the application result of K-CIS with typical waterfall lifecycle model and RUP. We believe that the results of our work are useful for tailoring a system development process with RUP, reducing risks of development, and enhancing the quality of a final product.
Weighted Fuzzy Backward Reasoning Using Weighted Fuzzy Petri-Nets
Cho Sang Yeop ; Lee Dong En ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 115~124
This paper presents a weighted fuzzy backward reasoning algorithm for rule-based systems based on weighted fuzzy Petri nets. The fuzzy production rules in the knowledge base of a rule-based system are modeled by weighted fuzzy Petri nets, where the truth values of the propositions appearing in the fuzzy production rules and the certainty factors of the rules are represented by fuzzy numbers. Furthermore, the weights of the propositions appearing in the rules are also represented by fuzzy numbers. The proposed weighted fuzzy backward reasoning generates the backward reasoning path from the goal node to the initial nodes and then evaluates the certainty factor of the goal node. The algorithm we proposed can allow the rule-based systems to perform weighted fuzzy backward reasoning in more flexible and human-like manner.
Automatic Component Reconfiguration Tool Based on the Feature Configuration and GenVoca Architecture
Choi Seung Hoon ;
Journal of Internet Computing and Services, volume 5, issue 4, 2004, Pages 125~134
Recently a lot of researches on the component-based software product lines and on applying generative programming into software product lines are being performed actively. This paper proposes an automatic component reconfiguration tool that could be applied in constructing the component-based software product lines. Our tool accepts the reuser's requirement via a feature model which is the main result of the domain engineering, and makes the feature configuration from this requirement. Then it generates the source code of the reconfigured component according to this feature configuration. To accomplish this process, the component family in our tool should have the architecture of GenVoca that is one of the most influential generative programming approaches. In addition, XSLT scripts provide the code templates for implementation elements which are the ingredients of the target component. Taking the ‘Bank Account' component family as our example, we showed that our component reconfiguration tool produced automatically the component source code that the reuser wants to create. The result of this paper would be applied extensively for creasing the productivity of building the software product lines.