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Structuralist view of Knowledge and the Structure of Knowledge in Mathematics (지식에 대한 구조주의적 관점과 수학에서의 '지식의 구조')

  • 임재훈
    • Journal of Educational Research in Mathematics
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.365-380
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    • 1998
  • Structualist view distinguishes structure(reality) from phenomenon(appearance). Phenomenon is the outside aspect of structure and structure is the inside aspect of phenomenon. From the structualist view, the knowledge could e divided into two parts, the appearance of knowledge(the outside aspect of knowledge)and the structure of knowledge(the inside aspect of knowledge). Structualist view advices teachers to understand knowledge more totally from the inside-outside viewpoint, and not to teach mere the one aspect of knowledge, especially the outside aspect of knowledge, that is, the written expressions in textbook, but to teach the inside and outside aspects fo knowledge totally. In the history of mathematics education, the attempts to teach the structure of knowledge were flourishing in the period of discipline-centered curriculum. 'New Math movement' represents the attempts. The advocators of New Math, however, did not succeed sufficiently to understand the inside-outside view which the term the structure of knowledge represents, and failed to make mathematics teachers to understand the view well. Their attention was put on to introduce the modern mathematics to school math rather than to understand the educational and epistemological perspective which the term the structure of knowledge represents. To teach the structure of knowledge, mathematics teacher should be able to understand mathematical knowledge more totally from the inside-outside viewpoint. Especially, s/he should not regard the outside aspect of mathematical knowledge written in textbook as the totality of knowledge, but inquire into the inside aspect of mathematical knowledge from the outside aspect of mathematical knowledge.

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The Thought of Master Dong-mu on Scholarship and Philosophy (동무공(東武公)의 학문(學問)과 철학사상(哲學思想) -유학적(儒學的) 배경(背景)에서 한 평생 노력을 통해서 완성(完成)한 사상적(四象的) 인간학(人間學)-)

  • Song, Il-Byung
    • Journal of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.1-7
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    • 2000
  • Greeting the 100 year celebration of the death of Master Dong-mu, through investigating his thoght on Scholarship and Philosophy, and his new view of human being based on Sasang, I tried to reevaluate him as a Confucianist of practical mind. The conclusions were as followings ; 1. Dong-mu's recognition system of things is that based on the mind of summarizing things in view of Affair-Mind-Body-Object originated from Confucianism, and It developed 'the Marvel of Easiness & simpleness based on Yin-yang' into 'the Marvel of Easiness & simpleness based on Sasang' 2 Through understanding old Confucianism newly, Dong-mu summarized human being as having a natural character in view of Nature and Order and an autonomical character in view of Knowledge and Deed, and emphasized an autonomical character in view of Knowledge and Deed 3. In view of Knowledge and Deed, Dong-mu presented How to Say and Behave, and took it as a model of behavior in the new Confucianism. Also he presented the view of Knowledge and Deed based on Constitutions, and took it as a new mind of treatment. 4. Dong-mu can be estimated highly, in that he completed a new confucian view-point of Human being in the period of philosophic chaos, and executed the mind of General health maintenance and the mind of control others through a confucian self-control.

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Development of E-learning System in Constructive View (구성주의적 가상학습 시스템의 개발)

  • 고일석;윤용기;나윤지;임춘성
    • The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.115-126
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    • 2001
  • In constructive view, acquiring knowledge is made by experiences among members or elements. The knowledge in e-learning system can be extended up to knowledge of teachers and knowledge. of operating managers. We have many difficult problems to develop and manage e-1earning system because demanders on e-learning system have various. requirements. In traditional education system demanders are learners but in constructive view demanders can be extended to learners and teachers, operating mangers on e-learning system., In this study, we design and implement e-learning system named kedu V.1. Kedu V.1 is developed considering interactions of extended demanders of e-learning system in constructive view. And this system based on Linux operation system and MySQL, PHP. Also this system have efficient transplantation and portability capabilities and reduced cost and labor in implementation of real e-learning system

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A Conceptual Model of Knowledge Management System by using "4+1" views of UML (UML의 "4+1" 뷰를 이용한 지식 관리 시스템의 개념적 모델)

  • Sung Wook Ahn;Nam Yong Lee;Sung Yul Rhew
    • The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.123-134
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    • 2000
  • Over the past several decades, several architectural approaches have been applied to develop Information Systems, The software architectural model has been recognized as one of the most important methods for improving productivity. Most conceptual models are difficult to understand and interpret at various system models. As a consequence, conceptual models of many Information Systems fail to represent, exploit, and apply to various aspects, which is needed for reducing development step of the architecture. In this paper, we will explain the architectural model as the 4+1 View of UML. This model integrates the Knowledge Management System into five views: the Logical View, the Process View, the Deployment View, Implementation View, and the Use-Case View. Moreover, this paper will not only provide information on the application of the software architectural model by stakeholders, but also ultimately improve productivity.

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The convergence approach of institution based view toward the path of performance of the start-up in the foreign market (스타트업 해외시장 진출성과 경로에서 제도기반관점의 융합적 접근)

  • Cho, Yeon-Sung
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.8 no.9
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    • pp.311-318
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    • 2017
  • This study aims to converge the analysis of institution based view and knowledge based perspectives. Based on the literature review, this study proposed six hypotheses including the moderating effect of institutional characteristics. Hypothesis testing was conducted using PLS(Partial Least Square), which is a structural equation model for 101 start-ups sample. In empirical analysis, all external knowledge characteristics have a positive effect on the knowledge codification capacity. It also positively influenced the performance. The institutional characteristics showed a moderating effects with the novelty of external knowledge and knowledge codification capacity. This study contributes to integrating and analyzing the moderating effects of institution based characteristics with the factor of knowledge based view. Future research needs to analyze the institutional characteristics in a formal and informal way.

The Mediating Role of Creativity on Knowledge Management in Multinational Firms (다국적기업의 지식경영에 대한 창의성의 매개효과)

  • Yang, Oh Suk;Ryu, Ji Won
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.1-29
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    • 2018
  • This study focuses on the mediating role of creativity on the knowledge management process. To confirm focal hypotheses, we conducted survey on 538 employees of foreign subsidiaries of global enterprises. Main findings are: first, creativity turned out to positively mediate the effect of knowledge transfer on the firm's performance; second, the mediating role of creativity differs depending on the domain of acquiring knowledge such as exploitation and exploration. This research found that the influence of exploitative knowledge on knowledge creation and innovative performance was stronger. As such, among tension view and foundational view, which are two competing views on the relationship between knowledge and creativity, the latter is more soundly supported.

Integration of Strategic Issue Management and Knowledge Management in View of Strategic Information Process

  • Yum, Ji-Hwan
    • 한국디지털정책학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.383-400
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    • 2004
  • Knowledge management is an essential part for gaining competitive advantage. The knowledge management system deals with information gathering, process, and implementation for the organizational performance advantage. The study integrates knowledge management in view of an internal organizational information processing structure and external strategic issue management system. This means that the coordination between internal systematic process and external scanning mechanism is essential for organizational success.

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The Structure of Knowledge Management Capability and Its Impact on Organizational Performance (지식 관리 역량의 구조 및 기업 성과에 미치는 영향에 대한 연구)

  • Lee, Jae-Nam;Lee, Jang-Hwan
    • Journal of Intelligence and Information Systems
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.123-149
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    • 2005
  • What the structure of knowledge management capability (KMC) to improve the organizational performance is an important issue for researchers and practitioners with growing interest in recent years. In this paper, we begin with a deep thinking about the resource-based view and knowledge-based view of the firm applying to knowledge management issues. By exploring the two underlying theories of knowledge management, together with an intensive review and interpretation of existing literatures, we obtain six major dimensions of KMC. We then propose an integrated conceptual model of KMC and its relationship with organizational performance. A PLS analysis of the gathered data from organizations in Korea which already have enterprise-wide knowledge management systems is conducted to validate the proposed model. We discuss several meaningful implications and draw several insightful conclusions surrounding the KMC.

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Individual, social, and cultural approaches to knowledge sharing

  • Widen, Gunilla
    • Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
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    • v.5 no.3
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    • pp.6-14
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    • 2017
  • Workplace knowledge sharing is a complex process and there are a large number of studies in the area. In this article three theoretical approaches in library and information science are used to discuss knowledge sharing in the workplace. The approaches are information behavior, social capital, and information culture, and they bring important insights that need to be considered from a holistic management point of view when it comes to knowledge sharing. The individual's relation to different levels of context is important, meaning both in relation to work roles, work tasks, situations, organizational structures, and culture. The frameworks also shed light on where and how knowledge sharing activities are present in the organization. From a knowledge management point of view, it is important to acknowledge that when knowledge is valued, there is also an awareness of the knowledge sharing activities. Also, in addition to more traditional views of context, the frameworks bring forward different views on context, such as time and space as contextual factors.

Efficient Circular Object Pose Determination

  • Kim, Sungbok;Kim, Byungho
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.276-276
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    • 2000
  • This paper presents the efficient algorithms for the pose determination of a circular object with and without a priori knowledge of the object radius. The developed algorithms valid for a circular object are the result of the elaboration of Ma's work [2], which determines the pose of a conic object from two perspective views. First, the geometric constraint of a circular object and its projection on the image plane of a camera is described. The number of perspective views required for the object pose determination with and without a priori knowledge of the object radius is also discussed. Second, with a priori knowledge of the object radius, the pose of a circular object is determined from a single perspective view. The object pose information, expressed by two surface normal vectors and one position vector, is given in a closed form and with no ambiguity. Third, without a priori knowledge of the object radius, the pose of a circular object is determined from two perspective views. While the surface normal vectors are obtained from the first view, the position vector is obtained from the two views.

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