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Cognitive and Emotional Structure of a Robotic Game Player in Turn-based Interaction

  • Yang, Jeong-Yean
    • International journal of advanced smart convergence
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    • v.4 no.2
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    • pp.154-162
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    • 2015
  • This paper focuses on how cognitive and emotional structures affect humans during long-term interaction. We design an interaction with a turn-based game, the Chopstick Game, in which two agents play with numbers using their fingers. While a human and a robot agent alternate turn, the human user applies herself to play the game and to learn new winning skills from the robot agent. Conventional valence and arousal space is applied to design emotional interaction. For the robotic system, we implement finger gesture recognition and emotional behaviors that are designed for three-dimensional virtual robot. In the experimental tests, the properness of the proposed schemes is verified and the effect of the emotional interaction is discussed.

Analysis of Peer Interaction by Social Competence Groups Working on Cooperative Art Activities (조형활동을 통한 협동학습에서 사회적 능력별 집단구성에 따른 또래 상호작용 분석)

  • Seo, Young Sun;Ohm, Jung Ae
    • Korean Journal of Child Studies
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.207-223
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    • 2006
  • Classroom teachers measured children's social competence(SC). Thirty-two children were observed while they participated in cooperative art activities in homogeneous(high SC with high SC, or low SC with low SC) and heterogeneous(mixed SC) groups. Results showed that positive peer interaction was the most frequent type of interaction. Children with lower levels of social competence worked alone rather than in peer interaction. Children with higher levels of social competence showed more positive peer interaction. 'Imitating', a sub-item of dependent peer interaction, was most frequent in children with lower levels of social competence. Higher SC children maintained high SC regardless of grouping, but lower SC children showed significant differences in peer interaction between homogeneous and heterogeneous groups.

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FMEA for Interaction Failures (상호작용기반 FMEA 실행)

  • Lee, D.J.;Jang, J.S.
    • Journal of Applied Reliability
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.28-37
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    • 2017
  • Purpose: This paper proposes a procedure that may infer and identify interaction failures in a module. Methods: In design FMEA, we defined an interaction model between components and proposed a method for selecting a single component by using the standard specification classification table and four methods for choosing the related components. We also introduced the function tree for function and requirement characteristic analysis and proposed utilization of standard stress lists and 1st and 2nd stress analysis tables to determine the effect the stress analysis has on interactions. Finally, the interaction mechanism diagram was proposed and used to infer the failure mechanism. Process FMEA also established procedures in a similar way. Results: We established a procedure for predicting the failure mode due to interaction between components based on Company A's multi-step FMEA procedure. Conclusion: By applying the proposed interaction FMEA procedure to the development model, we were able to confirm the effect of the new derivation on the failure mode of interaction, which was not predicted by the existing FMEA.

A Study on the Expression of Features Interaction (특징 형상의 간섭 표현에 대한 연구)

  • 김경영;이수홍;고희동;김현석
    • Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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    • v.2 no.3
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    • pp.142-149
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    • 1997
  • This study is intended to develop a Feature based modeler. It is difficult to integrate CAD and CAM/CAPP with information that is given only by a conventional CAD system. Therefore a lot of studies have concentrated on a Feature based CAD system. But conventional Feature based modelers have had limitation on providing sufficient information related to Feature interaction. If a Feature based modeler is to be used in assembly simulation, a new Feature-based modeling method needs to be developed. Also to support collision detection between parts, we have to handle Feature interaction systematically. Therefore we suggest Cell data structure which handles interaction of Features by volume. The volume created by Feature interaction is saved as a Cell. With the Cell structure we solve problems involved with Feature interaction. This study shows how the Cell data structure can manage Feature interaction and give enough information in assembly simulation.

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Transverse and longitudinal partial interaction in composite bolted side-plated reinforced-concrete beams

  • Oehlers, D.J.;Nguyen, N.T.;Ahmed, M.;Bradford, M.A.
    • Structural Engineering and Mechanics
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    • v.5 no.5
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    • pp.553-563
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    • 1997
  • A procedure is being developed for bolting plates to the sides of existing reinforced concrete beams to strengthen and stiffen them. Unlike standard composite steel and concrete beams in which there is longitudinal-partial-interaction at the steel/concrete interface (that is slip along the length of the beam), composite bolted side-plated reinforced-concrete beams are unique in that they also exhibit transverse-partial-interaction, that is slip transverse to the length of the beam. In this work, the fundamental mathematical models for transverse-partial-interaction and its interaction with longitudinal-partial-interaction are developed. The fundamental models are then further developed to determine the number of connectors required to resist the transverse forces and to limit the degree of transverse-partial-interaction in bolted side-plated reinforced concrete beams.

An Analysis of Nursing Research related to the Mother-Child Interaction in Korea (모아상호작용 관련 간호연구 분석)

  • Oh Jina;Lee Ja-Hyung
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.149-161
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    • 2003
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identified patterns and trend of studies and to analyzed the nursing research related to the mother-child interaction in Korea and to improve direction of nursing research in mother-child interaction in Korea. Method: The research studies related to the mother-child interaction were selected from the Korean Nurses Academic Society Journal, and from dissertation, which were conducted between 1961 and 2002 with the consideration of the condition and the cultural specialty of Korea. The total numbers of the studies were 34. These studies were classified according to 1)time of publication or presentation, 2)research design, 3)type of interaction objects, 4)measurement tool, and 5)chief content of studies. Ressult: 1) Until 1984, there was no research studies related to mother-child interaction. The number of studies on the mother-child interaction on the mother-child interaction has been increased rapidly after 1985. The mother-child interaction studies were 13(38.2%) from the doctoral dissertation, 4(11.8%) from the Master's theses and 17(50%) other papers were published in academic journals. 2) Experimental studies of research design was used in these research studies was 13(38.2%). Descriptive studies was 8(23.6%), correlational studies was 4(11.8%) and comparative studies was 4(11.8%). Qualitative study was just one(2.9%) and literature review was 4(11.8%). Especially experimental studies has been increased. 3) Participants of these studies were mother and infant 29(85.5%), father and infant 2(5.9%), mother and fetus 2(5.9%) and nurse and infant 1(2.9%) 4) Utilization of instruments as follows: 13 studies used Walker et al(1986)'s MIPIS (Mother-Infant Play Interaction Scale), 6 studies used Barnard(1978)'s NCAFS (Nursing Child Assessment Feeding Scale), 4 studies used NCATS(Nursing child Assessment Teaching Scale) for assessing mother-infant interaction. 3 studies used Stainton(1981)'s Parent-Infant Interaction Scale. Choi(1987), Kim(1999) and Kim and Son(1997) used measurement tool researcher made which was modified from NCATS (Nursing child Assessment Teaching Scale) and AMIS(Assessment of Mother-Infant Sensitivity Scale). Other tools used to survey influencing factors of interaction. 5) Content of the research studies were classified 3 different types, such as ① studies about the mother-child interactions' pattern, ② studies about influencing factors of the mother-child interaction, ③ studies about effect of nursing intervention program to improve the mother-child interaction. Conclusion: Therefore we make following suggestions which are made based on the above research analysis : 1) In the future research studies need to compare with other area of discipline in mother-child interaction. 2) More attention and in depth research is needed to validate in terms of research design and statistical data analysis. 3) It is important to develop the instruments which is culturally acceptable in Korea society. 4) The results of correlational studies and experimental studies needs to the integrated by meta analysis.

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Mapping protein interaction computatonally

  • Park, Jong-H.
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Bioinformatics Conference
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    • pp.23-27
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    • 2000
  • Protein interaction is an important research topic in Bioinformatics. A novel computational method of protein interaction was developed. It shows the diverse pattern of protein protein interaction,

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