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기술 및 수요속성에 따른 정보통신서비스 확산 패턴

  • Kim, Mun-Su;Kim, Ho
    • Journal of Technology Innovation
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.71-89
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    • 2003
  • Since technological innovation, adoption, and diffusion is a fundamental engine for a company's competitiveness and in turn a nation's industrial development, diffusion of technological innovation has been one of popular research themes to many researchers and scholars for decades. Especially, in today's knowledge-based economy, the IT technology became a fundamental infrastructure for a nation and thus their impact on a nation's economy has grown to be tremendous. This paper investigates the patterns of technological diffusion of 16 telecommunications services. Firstly, we identify the optimal diffusion model which represents the 15 IT innovation best in terms of goodness-of-fit. Secondly, based on the best model identified we cluster the 16 IT innovations according to their diffusion characteristics such as penetration rate and diffusion speed. Lastly, we categorize the innovations in terms of technology (voice-based innovation and data-based innovation) and demand (household-use and business-use) attributes, and compare their diffusion patterns and found some meaningful difference in diffusion patterns. We hope the result helpful to corporate managers as well as policy makers in relevant areas.

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2001: A Space Odyssey as a Work of Experimental Cinema: Focused on Its Convergence of Technical Innovations and Aesthetic Challenges

  • Chodorov, Pip;Cha, Minchol
    • International Journal of Advanced Culture Technology
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.113-124
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    • 2019
  • Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film titled 2001: A Space Odyssey has generally been considered as a monumental piece of mainstream epic science-fiction. However, this film can be evaluated as having properties of experimental cinema by boldly trying technical innovation and aesthetic experiment in various aspects. From the filmmaker's process to filmic structure, technical innovations, screening method, $mise-en-sc\grave{e}ne$, cinematic style and its (auto-)reflexivity, 2001: A Space Odyssey is highly experimental. We will attempt to separate out aspects of 2001: A Space Odyssey that derive explicitly from traditions in experimental cinema, whether adopting those traditions or innovating within them, by identifying the film's experimental strategies and relating them to other experimental films that came before and after. This will show that the purely formal characteristics of the film's conception carry meanings on their own relating to Kubrick's personal expression, ideas about cinema and philosophy that go beyond the scope of the film's narrative.

TECHNOLOGY GAP APPROACH TO A DYNAMIC CHANGE M WORLD MACHINE TOOL MARKETS : A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS

  • Lee, Kong-Rae;Suh, Joong-Hae
    • Proceedings of the Technology Innovation Conference
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    • pp.154-178
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    • 1996
  • This paper applies the technology-gap trade theory to explaining radical changes in the competitive positions of countries in world machine tool markets over the last three decades. It develops the notion that the innovation gaps in machine tools among countries led to the inter-country differences in the competitive performance in the sector as well as in its user sectors. Since competitive advantage largely depends on a capability to improve, create and apply technology to market competition, a higher innovative performance in one country than another is closely related to a higher innovative performance. A higher innovative performance in machine tools is also associated with a higher competitive performance of the large areas of its user sectors, due to sectoral interdependences and externalities generated by machine tool innovations. The results of empirical investigation through a panel data analysis show that the international gaps in machine tool innovations appeared to have a positive significant relationship with the differences in the export performance of both the machine tool sector and its user sector across countries.

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A Study on Innovators in Korean Market

  • Ryu, Gui-Yeol;Park, Kichul
    • Proceedings of the KAIS Fall Conference
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    • pp.163-167
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    • 2003
  • This paper investigates the lifestyles in Korean market. We will classify the groups using cluster analysis, and exploit the characteristics of innovators. These groups can be verified by multiple comparisons. This research is accomplished by sample survey between June 92003 and June 27 2003. Korean market for innovation can be classified into four groups such as innovators, early adopters, late majority, and laggards, which are similar to Rodger's classification. The ratios of four groups are 11%, 24.4%, 48.9%, 15.7% respectively. innovators, and late majority are heavy groups in that early adopter group is omitted on the contrary. Whereas innovators have a tendency to adopt the innovation quickly, rest groups have resistance for innovations and adopt slowly. The brief demographic characteristics of innovators are that the ratio of students is 44.44%, the ratio of single is 69.44%, the age between 15 and 25 is 56.95%, and the salary is relatively low compared with other cluster. The summary of lifestyle of innovators is that they are active, want to do worldwide business, want to have good relationship with high society, want to know the information of innovations, etc.

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How get Ready for Future next 20 Years? The Technological Innovations are Mrans We Survive. (향후 20년 우리 미래사회를 어떻게 준비할 것인가? -기술혁신만이 우리의 살길이다-)

  • Young, Keung-Whan
    • Journal of the Korean Professional Engineers Association
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    • v.39 no.1
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    • pp.43-49
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    • 2006
  • How do we build our future society for next 20 years? Such a country as Korea having only human resources, that was coupled with country's growth potential from the agronomical to the manufacturing industrial in the past decades, is entering into era of information society backed by knowledge - based industry as a country as a country with one of the maost advanced information technology markets in the world, playing a key driving force for Korean economy with the development of IT, BT, ITS. UT and e-construction which are this country's top strategic industries leading to a build-up of New Korea through those technological innovations being the essential in everyone's living for next 20 years.

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Decision-Makings of CoPS Innovation Strategy, Power and Dominant Design - the Case of SKT and KTF

  • Kim, Jong-Seok;Miles, Ian;Flanagan, Kieron
    • Proceedings of the Korea Technology Innovation Society Conference
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    • pp.219-219
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    • 2017
  • This study aims at examining each firm's decision-makings of complex product and system (hereafter CoPS) innovation strategy, so that it tries to reveal the nature and role of CoPS innovations strategy. And it designed a comparative case study along with qualitative methods, by having two mobile operators' digital rights management (hereafter DRM) innovation in South Korea's digital music service industry. Through literature review, this study formulated three research propositions: (i) Each firm's decision-makings of CoPS innovations strategy are analytical negotiation process among economic actors in an industry; (ii) Each firm's market power originated from its market share from the installed base through network effect and switching cost influence decision-makings of CoPS innovation strategies; (iii) Each firm's decision-makings of different CoPS innovation strategies are related to their intension of achieving better market power, consequently dominant design. Through empirical examination of two mobile operators' decision-makings of DRM innovation strategy, this study empirically verified three research propositions.

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Hidden Innovations in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Electronic Packaging Technology (4차 산업혁명의 숨은 혁신 기술: 전자 패키징 기술)

  • Choi, K.S.;Moon, S.H.;Bae, H.C.;Jang, K.S.;Eom, Y.S.
    • Electronics and Telecommunications Trends
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    • v.32 no.6
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    • pp.17-26
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    • 2017
  • Electronic packaging technology is a technology that easily connects devices to the outside. The fourth industrial revolution is thought to be possible with the advancement of certain devices. The advancement of these devices must be accompanied by innovations in electronic packaging that connects the devices to the outside world, allowing their performances to be implemented at the system level. In this paper, the development trends of 2.5D/3D technology, heterogeneous integration technology, ultrafine interconnection technology, and heat dissipation technology will be examined, and the development direction of these technologies will be discussed.

Cointegrated Relations between Foreign Ownership and Business Conditions in the Level of Korean Capital Market

  • Kim, Ju-Wan
    • The Korean Journal of Financial Management
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.127-163
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    • 2009
  • This paper examines the results of survey that the foreign ownership is cointegrated with capital market conditions in Korea using Vector Error Correction Model (VECM) and how the mechanism of innovations and dynamics among the foreign ownership and capital market proxies in the VECM was described. Specifically, we find that the foreign ownership and capital market proxies follow I (1) process and there are cointegrated relations between the foreign ownership and capital market proxies. Adopting the impulse response function and variance decomposition in the VECM, we suggest, in turn, the default risk premia, liquidity of market and the rate of interest in long term business cycle take on a special function on the KSE and KOSDAQ. Finally, we also offer evidences of which there are differences of the mechanism of dynamics and innovations between on the KSE and on the KOSDAQ.

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