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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Oct 1989
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Development of A Personal Computer-Based Industrial Accident Information Management System: AIMS
Chung, Min-Keun ; Lee, Joong-Han ; Kang, Dong-Seok ;
IE interfaces, volume 2, issue 2, 1989, Pages 1~13
In this study, we have developed the personal computer-based industrial accident information management system(AIMS) which produces the industrial accident reports, various statistical reports and graphic charts such as pie, bar and trent charts. Recognizing the fact that computer systems are an integral part of today's business environment, the computerized industrial accident information management system serves as tools to help safety professionals accurately and rapidly obtain the information necessary to make decisions. The system can be used for the prevention of industrial accidents by early detection of potential hazards and by scientific and systematic analysis of causal factors.
Machine-Part Group Formation Problem with the Number of Cells and Cell Size
Kim, Yea-Geun ; Oh, Gun- Chul ;
IE interfaces, volume 2, issue 2, 1989, Pages 15~24
When we design, plan, and schedule for group technology, the limitation on the machine cells and cell size may occur. The purpose of this study is to find machine cells and part families to minimize the exceptional elements, constraining both the number of machine cells and the cell size. To solve this problem, the algorithm extending Kusiak's p-median method is proposed. In the proposed algorithm, the method finding initial solution and reducing the number of constraints is presented for computational efficiency. The proposed algorithm is evaluated and compared with well-known algorithms for machine-part group formation in terms of the exceptional elements. An example is shown to illustrate the proposed algorithm.
An Application of the Aumann-Sharpley Prices for Joint Cost Allocation through Book Profit
Lee, Kyung-Keun ;
IE interfaces, volume 2, issue 2, 1989, Pages 25~32
We study the joint cost allocation based on the book profit producing power of the output through the A-S price mechanism. We show what part of the A-S book profit is allocated to the joint cost and what part is allocated to the variable total book profit of the short-run book profit function. Also we compare some other classical joint cost allocation methods with this A-S price method.
A Systems Modeling Approach to Automated University Information System
Park, Byung-Chun ; Lee, Dae-Joo ; Lee, Moon-Kyu ; Chung, Hong ; Jang, Deok-Sung ; Son, Yu-Ek ;
IE interfaces, volume 2, issue 2, 1989, Pages 33~50
The notions of office automation and systems modelling are integrated into information and decision flows of university administration. The automated university information system developed here will enhance efficiency of work, accuracy and timeliness of information, and correctness of decisions.
Knowledge-Based Approach for Computer-Aided Simulation Modeling
Lee, Young-Hae ; Kim, Nam-Young ;
IE interfaces, volume 2, issue 2, 1989, Pages 51~62
A computer-aided simulation modeling system has been developed to allow the automatic construction of complete discrete simulation models for queueing systems. Three types of knowledge are used in the specification and construction of a simulation modeling: Knowledge of queueing system, simulation modeling, and a target simulation language. This knowledge has been incorporated into the underlying rule base in the form of extraction and construction rule, and implemented via the expert system building tool, OPS5. This paper suggested a knowledge based approach for automatic programming to enable a user who lacks modeling knowledge and simulation language expertize to quickly build executable models.
A Competitive Equilibrium Model of the Market for Used Goods
Kim, Jae-Cheol ;
IE interfaces, volume 2, issue 2, 1989, Pages 63~73
The present paper determines the equilibrium price function of used goods and their carry-over age when there are heterogeneous firms with different factor prices. It is shown that the used good market enables more efficient use of durable goods and thereby gains from trades. It is also shown that firms with a lower interest rate and a higher wage rate specialize in using newer goods.