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Development of Knowledge Sharing Platform for Digitization of Surface Mount Technology (생산기반기술 디지털화를 위한 지식공유형 플랫폼 개발: 전자패키지 표면실장기술을 중심으로)

  • Bae, Sung-Min;Son, Soo-Hyun;Kwon, Sang-Hyun;Lee, Hyo-Soo;Heo, Young-Moo;Kang, Mun-Jin;Yoo, Se-Hoon
    • Journal of the Microelectronics and Packaging Society
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.1-5
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    • 2011
  • In this paper, we introduce knowledge sharing platform for production technology. Surface mount technology (SMT) is one of the important production technologies to fabricate electronic devices. The production technology of the SMT, however, has been propagated from an experienced worker to an inexperienced worker in a manufacturing field. The objective of the knowledge sharing platform is to convert the production experiences like a solder printing knowhow into quantitative values, to construct the database of the process technologies, and to share the technologies systematically via web portal service. In addition, the knowledge sharing platform contains the total production process of mobile products, the information of experts and facilities, and recent R&D output. In this manner, the knowledge sharing platform for production technology could strengthen the technological competitiveness of small and medium manufacturing companies in Korea.

Development of Knowledge Sharing Platform for Molding & Forming Technology (금형·성형 기술을 위한 생산기반 지식공유형 플랫폼 개발)

  • Bae, S.M.;Lee, H.W.;Heo, Y.M.;Shin, G.H.;Lee, J.W.;Yoon, G.S.
    • Transactions of Materials Processing
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    • v.20 no.8
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    • pp.534-539
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    • 2011
  • The production technology is the basic of manufacturing for various materials and components. This technology can influence the quality and productivity of leading export products such as automobile, ship, and electronic device. Besides, the production technology is very useful to apply to other manufacturing fields and has a great ripple effect. However, it is very difficult to make the production technology into standardization and knowledge-based database because the production technology is dependent in hands-on experience. In this study, the knowledge-sharing platform for the molding & forming technology which is a branch of the production technology is introduced. This platform is web-based system and has the knowledge authoring tool technologies storage, semantic database, and web portal service. Therefore, the molding & forming technology can be shared and spread easily by the knowledge-sharing platform.

Cross-cultural Study on Knowledge Sharing in Open Collaboration: Collectivism vs. Individualism (문화에 따른 개방형 협업 지식공유 활동 비교 연구: 집단주의 문화와 개인주의 문화를 중심으로)

  • Baek, Hyunmi;Lee, Saerom
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.133-150
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    • 2018
  • To cope with the rapid changes in the corporate environment, the creation of innovative output through various forms of collaboration have been discussed. For open collaborations, contributors who distribute to various countries and cultures are able to share knowledge via the internet without physical rewards or responsibilities. In this study, we focused on the open source software project, which is a representative open collaboration. We investigated the factors that affect the knowledge contribution of developers of various countries within the open collaboration platform. Specifically, we investigated the open collaborative nature of multi-culture developers by dividing cultures according to collectivism and individualism. We collected data on 26,604 developers using a python based web crawler for GitHub which is an open source software development platform, and conducted cross-cultural study. This paper contributes to the field of knowledge management by suggesting various impacts of antecedents such as hireability, and information exposure on knowledge sharing according to culture.

An Empirical Study of Knowledge Sharing Behavior of the SNS: A Case Study of "Sina Weibo"

  • Lu, Jinku;Kim, Jongki
    • Asia pacific journal of information systems
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    • v.26 no.3
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    • pp.367-384
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    • 2016
  • Social networking services (SNS) have become a significant platform for Internet users to obtain knowledge and information. Users can share messages mutually via this platform. This kind of sharing enables users to exchange and gain useful information. However, in recent years, the crisis of stickiness has appeared in SNS, calling attention to the social network industry. Relevant professionals explain that the interest of users in sharing knowledge on SNS websites and applications may gradually decrease, eventually leading to users giving it because the platforms utilize simple and uninteresting methods to attract active participation from users. However, factors affecting the knowledge sharing on SNS websites and applications should be identified clearly through studies. Sina Weibo is one of the largest SNS platforms in the world, and studies on the factors affecting knowledge sharing of users could be valuable in addressing this issue. This paper establishes the theoretical analysis model of knowledge sharing in SNS sites and applications, analyzes the factors affecting knowledge sharing on these sites, and proposes the corresponding strategies to address the issues. Using questionnaire surveys on Sina Weibo users, this article will discuss the factors affecting knowledge sharing, and analyze these factors on SNS as well as improve the stickiness of users to achieve the aim of SNS platforms enabling the expansion of the range of users. The study will discuss theoretical foundations and the hypotheses that arise. The method of study will also be discussed. The study concludes with theoretical implications, practical implications, limitations, and future research opportunities. The results of this study could aid researchers in understanding the underlying reasons for social network activities as well as for SNS developers in improving SNS services.

Factors Influencing Knowledge Sharing Activities and Community Activation Efforts in Social Q&A Community : Focused on ZHI HU (소셜 Q&A 커뮤니티에서 지식공유 활동 및 커뮤니티 활성화 노력에 대한 영향요인 : 즈후(知乎)를 중심으로)

  • Bu, Shaoyang;Koh, Joon
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.95-115
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    • 2019
  • In recent years, social media that has emerged with the development of network technology has changed the channels of information dissemination. The social Q&A community is a platform for knowledge-sharing activities in a question-and-answer manner based on Web 2.0. In knowledge-sharing activities, valuable new knowledge continues to be produced and will surely bring great benefits to individuals or businesses. In the social Q&A community, the user's subjective factors play a crucial role in influencing the user's continued use and participation in knowledge-sharing activities. In order for users to actively participate in knowledge-sharing activities in the community, it needs to grasp their subjective ideas. This study explores the issue of sharing knowledge by users of the social Q&A community "Zhihu", or how to drive community revitalization efforts from these. The three factors self-efficacy, self-development motivation, and social comparison tendencies were derived, and identify their relationship with knowledge-sharing activities and community-boosting efforts through empirical analysis. In addition, the influence of knowledge acquisition on knowledge provision was investigated through sense of reciprocity. Implications of the study findings and the future research directions were also discussed.

The Impact on Structures of Knowledge Creation and Sharing on Performance of Open Collaboration: Focus on Open Source Software Development Communities (개방형협업 참여자의 지식창출·지식공유 구조와 혁신 성과: 오픈소스 소프트웨어 개발 커뮤니티를 중심으로)

  • Koo, Kyungmo;Baek, Hyunmi;Lee, Saerom
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.287-306
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    • 2017
  • This research focus on the effect of developers' participation structure in knowledge creation and knowledge sharing activities in open source software development projects. Based on preferential selection theory, hypotheses of relationship between a developers' concentration of knowledge creation/sharing activities and collaboration performance was derived. To verify the hypotheses, we use the Gini coefficient in the commit contribution of the developers (knowledge creation) and the centralization index in the repository issue network (knowledge sharing network). Using social network analysis, this paper calculates centralization index from developers in the issue boards in each repository based on data from 837 repositories in GitHub, a leading open source software development platform. As a result, instead of all developers creating and sharing knowledge equally, only a few of developers creating and sharing knowledge intensively further improve the performance of the open collaboration. In other words, a few developers predominantly providing commit and actively responding to issues raised from other developers enhance the project performance. The results of this study are expected to be used by developers who manage open source software project as a governance strategy, which could improve the performance of open collaboration.

The Effect of Consumer Motivations on Purchase Intention of Online Fashion - Sharing Platform

  • WON, Jessica;KIM, Bo-Young
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics, and Business
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    • v.7 no.6
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    • pp.197-207
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    • 2020
  • This study aims to examine the influence of attitudes on customers' intention to participate in online fashion sharing. A framework was proposed to investigate the relationships between consumer motivation, consumer attitude, and purchase intention in the manner of adopting a fashion-sharing platform. Consumer motivations are divided into three categories: utilitarian, hedonic, and ecological. The moderating effects of product replacement cycle (PRC) on consumer attitude and purchase intention are also investigated. Data collection was developed using a web-based survey where 180 consumer respondents from South Korea participated. The results of our analysis indicate that consumers' hedonic and ecological motivations are positively related to favorable consumer attitudes, even when consumers' utilitarian motivation is denied. Consumer attitude is also positively related to purchase intention in the fashion-sharing platform. A moderating effect of PRC is recorded between consumer attitude and purchase intention based on high and low PRC, as well as the effect of ecological motivation and consumer attitude on high PRC. This study enhances knowledge of consumer motivational factors in a fashion-sharing platform and provides insights for service providers to help them improve their target marketing.

Digitalization of Root Technology using Knowledge Management System (지식관리시스템을 활용한 뿌리기술의 디지털화)

  • Bae, SungMin;HEO, Young-Moo;Yoon, Gil-Sang
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Die & Mold Engineering
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.6-9
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    • 2015
  • The objective of manufacturing knowledge sharing platform is to convert the production experience like a worker's know-how into quantitative values, to construct database of the process technologies and to share the technologies systematically via web portal service. In addition, the knowledge sharing platform contains the total production processes of automobile and mobile products such as information of experts, facilities, and cutting-edge R&D outputs. Automobile, telecommunication mobile, and semiconductors account for a large amount of Korea's export industry rate. These industries need production technology which is a result of converting worker's know-how and R&D. Manufacturing knowledge portal aims to enable transforming production experience such as worker's know-how into standardized form for constructing database and sharing technologies systematically. Manufacturing knowledge portal can contribute to small and mid-sized manufacturing companies with further improvements.

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Product Variety Modeling Based on Formal Concept Analysis

  • Kim, Tai-Oun
    • Industrial Engineering and Management Systems
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.1-9
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    • 2010
  • Increasing product variety based on product family and product platform provides a company with a competitive advantage over its competitors. As products become more complex, short-life cycled and customized, the design efforts require more knowledge-intensive, collaborative and coordinating efforts for information sharing. By sharing knowledge, information, component and process across different families of products, the product realization process will be more efficient, cost-effective and quick-responsive. Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) is used for analyzing data and forming semantic structures that are formal abstractions of concepts of human thoughts. A Web Ontology Language (OWL) is designed for applications that need to process the content of information instead of simply presenting information to humans. OWL also captures the evolution of different components of the product family. The purpose of this paper is to develop product variety modeling to increase the usefulness of common platform. In constructing and analyzing product ontology, FCA is adopted for conceptual knowledge processing. For the selected product family, product variety Ontology is constructed and implemented using prot$\'{e}$g$\'{e}$-2000.

A Lifelog Common Data Reference Model for the Healthcare Ecosystem (디지털 헬스케어 생태계 활성화를 위한 라이프로그 공통데이터 참조모델)

  • Lee, Young-joo;Ko, Yoon-seok
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.149-170
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    • 2018
  • Healthcare lifelog, a personal record relating to disease treatment and healthcare, plays an important role in healthcare paradigm shifts in which medical and information technology converge. Healthcare services based on various healthcare lifelogs are being launched domestically by both large corporations and small and medium enterprises, however, they are being built on an individual platform that is dependent on each company. Therefore, the terms of lifelog data are different as well as the measurement specifications are not uniform. This study proposes a reference model for minimum common data required for sharing and utilization of healthcare lifelog. Literature study and expert survey derived 3 domain, 17 essential items, and 51 sub-items. The model provides definition, measurement data format, measurement method, and precautions for each detailed measurement item, and provides necessary guidelines for data and service design and construction for healthcare service. This study has its significance as a basic research supporting the activation of ecosystem by ensuring interoperability of data between heterogeneous healthcare devices linked to digital healthcare platform.