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A Study on Priority Decision Method of Required Capability for North West Islands (서북도서에 대한 요구능력 우선순위 결정방법에 관한 연구)

  • Jang, Dong Mo;Lim, Gye Hwan
    • Convergence Security Journal
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.45-56
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    • 2013
  • In order to prepare against the unpredictable provocation of nK on NWI, instead of the threat based force enhancement, sufficient capability based force planning is required in consideration to enemy capability, operations environment, and technological development. This thesis proposes a method on how to prioritize the required capabilities of NWI during the process of identifying capabilities and investing on the decided acquisition assets. Ambiguity in deciding the priority is eliminated and detailed planning is possible through instituting relationship of organization, operation and capability, and by designating weight based on the above relationship. This method identify the various operations and required capabilities, classify the order of priority clearly for NWI, when compare to other method of priority decision. Although capability based force planning requires more assets and faces limitations due to budget, this method will provide and efficient decision making procedure through precise prioritization.

A Priority Analysis on Influential Factors for Invigorating Project Management Office (PMO) in Public Sectors based on Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) (계층분석과정을 이용한 공공분야 PMO 제도 활성화요인 우선순위 분석)

  • Back, Hyungchung;Kang, Pilsung
    • Journal of the Society of Korea Industrial and Systems Engineering
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    • v.37 no.4
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    • pp.42-53
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    • 2014
  • This study identifies influential factors for invigorating the public management office (PMO) system for system integration (SI) projects in public sectors and analyzes the priority of each factor from the point of different stakeholders, i.e., owners, SI company, and PMO. Based on the literature review, four first-level influential factors are identified: legal system maintenance, owner's capability, SI company's capability, and PMO's capability. Among them, the PMO's capability is determined as the most critical factor by all the stakeholders. Among the second-level influential factors, the capabilities of professional engineers and project managers are considered as important among the PMO's capability, whereas the reasonable consulting fee is considered as the most critical factor among the legal system maintenance. With respect to each stakeholder, project management capability is considered as the most important factor for owners, while the reasonable consulting fee is considered as the most important factor for PMO.

Delay Performance of Multi-Service Network with Strict Priority Scheduling Scheme

  • Lee, Hoon
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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    • v.30 no.2B
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    • pp.11-20
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    • 2005
  • Strict priority scheduling scheme is a good candidate for the implementation of service differentiation in an Internet because of simplicity in implementation and the capability to guarantee the delay requirement of the highest class of traffic. However, it is also blown that strict priority starves the lower-class traffic at the cost of prioritizing the higher-class traffic. The purpose of this work is to propose an analytic method which can estimate the average delay performance of Diffserv service architecture and shows that strict priority scheme does not sacrifice the lower class traffic over a diverse condition of the load. From the numerical experiments for three-class Diffserv network we validate our argument that strict priority scheme may be applied to a service differentiation scheme for the future Internet.

Quality Management and Competitive Strategy (품질경영과 경쟁전략)

  • 오세진
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.25 no.2
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    • pp.60-82
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    • 1997
  • The purpose of this study is to empirically examine the quality competence as a source of competitive advantages. The relationship between quality priority and competitive priority, and the relationship between quality competence and competitive capability are investigated using data collected from 114 manufacturing business units of 75 manufacturing companies. Several measures are used to characterize competitive strategy and value chain, and quality factors including conformance, reliability, durability, performance, and customization. The result indicates that the quality competence paired with competitive strategy positively influences the level of competitiveness, but management performances are not strongly correlated with quality competence.

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Diagnosing communication management using SW-CMM concept (SW-CMM 개념을 활용한 의사전달관리의 진단)

  • Lee, Seon-Gi;Park, Jeong-Ha
    • 시스템엔지니어링워크숍
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    • pp.15-20
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    • 2003
  • Construction industry recognizes the necessity to manage is business from viewpoint of processes, and consider developing, evaluating and improving standard processes as important managerial target. SW-CMM provides basic framework for this process management. However, appropriate tailoring and adjustment are essential for SW-CMM concept to be applied to construction business. SW-CMM makes construction manager understand the capability of business process, based on which the priority of process improvement is judged. The capability is prescribed by common features. This paper introduces the basic frame for diagnosing construction business processes with SW-CMM, and presents the case study of analysing processes focusing on communication management.

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Bandwidth Tracing Arbitration Algorithm for Mixed-Clock Systems with Dynamic Priority Adaptation

  • Kwon, Young-Su;Kyung, Chong-Min
    • Proceedings of the IEEK Conference
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    • pp.959-962
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    • 2003
  • At the processing capabilities and operating frequency of embedded system are growing, so is the needed data bandwidth to fully utilize the processing capability. The ability to transfer huge amount of data between the embedded core and external devices is required for efficient system operation. In this paper, the data communication architecture for the mixed-clock system is proposed. The dynamic priority adaptation algorithm for bus arbitration is proposed for bandwidth guarantee. The communication architecture that incorporates the proposed arbitration algorithm adapts the priority of communication components dynamically based on the information from FIFO. The experiments show that the measured bandwidth of each component traces the required bandwidth well compared to the other arbitration algorithms

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Priority analysis of NCS based vocational core competency of dental hygienists in Gwangju (광주광역시 치과위생사의 NCS 기반 직업기초능력 우선순위 분석)

  • Hong, Nam-Hee
    • Journal of Korean society of Dental Hygiene
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.337-346
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    • 2016
  • Objectives: This study aims to investigate and analyzed the priority of vocational core competency factors in dental hygienists in Gwangju. Methods: Expert survey was conducted and Analytic Hierarchy Process(AHP) was applied to evaluate the weighting factors. First, we established the vocational core competency defined in NCS as AHP analysis model. The vocational core competency has 10 categories and 34 sub-categories. Secondly, AHP survey was conducted by 195 dental hygienists in Gwangju. Finally, the weights representing relative importance of each factor were calculated by using AHP method. Results: The AHP analysis on 10 categories showed that the weighting of interpersonal skills(0.165) was higher than any other categories while that of numeracy(0.035) was at the bottom, and the analysis on sub-categories revealed that the most important factors in each categories included the teamwork skills(interpersonal skills), problem-solving capability(problem-solving skills), listening skills(communication skills), ethical community(professional ethics), ability to understand business(ability to understand organizational structure), applicable technical skills(technical skills), self-management skills(self-development capability), information processing capabilities(information capacity), ability to manage time(resource management capabilities) and basic math skills(numeracy). Conclusions: The results in this study can be used as basic data for the development of liberal arts curriculum for dental hygiene education.

Design and Analsis of a high speed switching system with two priority (두개의 우선 순위를 가지는 고속 스윗칭 시스템의 설계 및 성능 분석)

  • Hong, Yo-Hun;Choe, Jin-Sik;Jeon, Mun-Seok
    • The KIPS Transactions:PartC
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    • v.8C no.6
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    • pp.793-805
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    • 2001
  • In the recent priority system, high-priority packet will be served first and low-priority packet will be served when there isn\`t any high-priority packet in the system. By the way, even high-priority packet can be blocked by HOL (Head of Line) contention in the input queueing System. Therefore, the whole switching performance can be improved by serving low-priority packet even though high-priority packet is blocked. In this paper, we study the performance of preemptive priority in an input queueing switch for high speed switch system. The analysis of this switching system is taken into account of the influence of priority scheduling and the window scheme for head-of-line contention. We derive queue length distribution, delay and maximum throughput for the switching system based on these control schemes. Because of the service dependencies between inputs, an exact analysis of this switching system is intractable. Consequently, we provide an approximate analysis based on some independence assumption and the flow conservation rule. We use an equivalent queueing system to estimate the service capability seen by each input. In case of the preemptive priority policy without considering a window scheme, we extend the approximation technique used by Chen and Guerin [1] to obtain more accurate results. Moreover, we also propose newly a window scheme that is appropriate for the preemptive priority switching system in view of implementation and operation. It can improve the total system throughput and delay performance of low priority packets. We also analyze this window scheme using an equivalent queueing system and compare the performance results with that without the window scheme. Numerical results are compared with simulations.

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Analysis of the Importance and Priority of HRM Factors in Private Security (민간경비 인사업무의 중요도 및 우선순위에 대한 고찰)

  • Kwon, Jung-Eon
    • Korean Security Journal
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    • no.56
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    • pp.55-81
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to find significant activities in human resource management (HRM) to solve growing-pains caused by the rapid external growth in private security business. To this end, we applied the HRM factors suggested by the National Job Capability Standard (NCS) to the private security and investigated the relative importance using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). The results were as follows. First, the importance of 4 HRM criteria in the private security was ranked in order of recruitment, operation, benefit, and retirement. Particularly, the relative importance of recruitment reached 63.8%. Second, the composite importance was calculated by dividing the 4 HRM criteria into 14 capability sub-criteria and 46 capability alternatives. As a result, personnel planning and hiring at the recruitment turned out as the areas that needed the most improvement. In addition, the operating and planning of education involved in the highest rank, 8th and 10th respectively. Based on these results, we suggested critical HRM factors for developing the private security business as well as proposed research directions and methods for further studies.

A Study of Priority of Policies for Strengthening Capability in the Information and Communication Work Business (스마트융합 환경 하의 정보통신공사업 역량강화를 위한 정책우선순위 연구)

  • Kwak, Jeong Ho;Park, Sang Soo;Kim, Jeong Yeon
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.85-97
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    • 2015
  • The information and communications construction business has the characteristics of an infrastructure industry and responsibility for the construction and maintenance of all ICT infrastructures. With the recent proliferation of the smart convergence of various industries based on ICT infrastructure, the role of the information and communications construction business has been highlighted to accommodate the convergence and implementation environment in construction and medical industries. Therefore, this paper seeks policy measures to establish the new role of the information and communications business under the rapidly developing smart convergence environment and the priorities of policy measures to strengthen the capability of the information and communications business using a quantitative model. The analysis result suggests that the difference in importance of each policy measure should be considered in order to execute effectively the policy of promoting the information and communications construction business. Given the constraint of limited budget, policy priorities include the development of new markets, and establishment of incentive for new technology. This study is significant for its theoretical contribution, being the first quantitative approach to policy priorities for the promotion of information and communications construction business under the smart convertgence environment.