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Strategies with the Introduction of fixed-mobile Convergence Services on the IT Market (정보통신시장 유무선 통합서비스 도입과 기업 대응전략)

  • Song Yeong-wha;Ryu Wan-ha;Kim Kap-sik
    • The Journal of Information Systems
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.59-75
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    • 2004
  • Fixed-mobile convergence services can be defined as the combination of previously separate fixed and mobile services, and networks and commercial practices. Examples of fixed-mobile convergence services include single voice-mail box, single number and unified messaging across fixed and mobile networks. Recently as more voice is transferred to mobile networks, convergence services between fixed and mobile become more important. In Korea convergence services are only starting to become established, and are likely to become an important part of any operator's offering. In this paper, we search the different levels of fixed-mobile convergence services and the trends and regulations for fixed-mobile convergence services in major countries. And at the same time, we also suggest the corresponding Marketing strategies by operators related to fixed-mobile convergence services.

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An Enhanced SOAP Message Processing System for Mobile Web Services

  • Kim Seok-Soo;Park Gil-Cheol
    • Journal of information and communication convergence engineering
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    • v.3 no.3
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    • pp.157-162
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    • 2005
  • Web services are key applications in business­to-business, business-to-customer, and enterprise applications integration solutions. As the mobile internet becomes one of the main methods for information delivery, mobile Web Services are regarded as a critical aspect of e-business architecture. In this paper, we proposed a mobile Web Services middleware that converts conventional internet services into mobile Web services. We implemented a WSDL (Web Service Description Language) builder that converts HTML/XML into WSDL and a SAOP (Simple Object Access Protocol) message processor that performs SOAP message handling, chain and handling of server requests. The former minimizes the overhead cost of rebuilding mobile Web Services and enables seamless services between wired and wireless internet services. The latter enhances SOAP processing performance by eliminating the Servlet container (Tomcat), a required component of typical Web services implementation. Our main contributions are to overcome the latency problem of current Web Services and to provide an easy mobile Web service implementation. Our system can completely support standard Web Services protocol, minimizing communication overhead, message processing time, and server overload. Finally we compare our empirical results with those of typical Web Services.

A Study of Factors Affecting Mobile Widget-based Personalized Services (모바일 위젯기반 개인화 서비스의 영향 요인에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Ji-Eun;Shin, Min-Soo;Woo, Jung-Eun
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.21-42
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    • 2010
  • As digital convergence and mobile services evolve, personalization becomes one of the most important factors attracting customers. Personalization means functions offering individually customized services with relevant contents using information on individual preferences. This sort of personalized services has attracted great attention of a large part of online firms. One of representative services of such personalized services is a mobile widget service. In this study, we identified seven antecedents affecting the quality of personalized mobile widget services and empirically investigated which antecedent has a significant effect of the quality of personalized mobile widget services. In addition we carried out empirical investigation into the effect of the quality of personalized mobile widget service on user satisfaction and trust. As a result of this research, we revealed that seven variables including information services affected components of personalized services, and usefulness and perceived benefit as components of personalized services affected user trust and satisfaction for personalized services.

Real-time Estimation and Analysis of Time-based Accessibility and Usability for Ubiquitous Mobile-Web Services

  • Kim, Yung-Bok
    • KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS)
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    • v.5 no.5
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    • pp.938-958
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    • 2011
  • Ubiquitous web services have been expanding in various business areas with the evolution of wireless Internet technologies, accessible and usable with a variety of mobile Internet devices such as smart phones. Ubiquitous mobile-web information services can be evaluated for accessibility and usability with the mobile Internet devices interacting with mobile-web information servers. In human mobile-web activity, a web server could be a unified center for mobile-web interaction services as well as for real-time estimation and analysis of mobile-web interaction sessions. We present a real-time estimation and analysis scheme for time-based accessibility and usability in ubiquitous mobile-web services. With real-time estimation/analysis of sessions in a mobile-web server, we estimated the time-based accessibility and usability for comparison between different web services as well as for applications in mobile cloud computing services. We present empirical results based on the implementation of the real-time estimation/analysis scheme.

통신시장 유무선 서비스 도입과 주요국의 규제현황

  • 송영화
    • Proceedings of the Korean Operations and Management Science Society Conference
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    • pp.358-361
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    • 2001
  • Fixed-mobile convergence services can be defined as the combination of previously separate fixed and mobile services, and networks and commercial practices. Examples of fixed-mobile convergence services include single voicemail box, single number and unified messaging across fixed and mobile networks. Recently as more voice is transferred to mobile networks, convergence services between fixed and mobile become more important. In Korea convergence services are only starting to become established, and are likely to become an important part of any operator's offering. In this paper, I search the different levels of fixed-mobile convergence services and the trends and regulations for fixed-mobile convergence services in major countries. And at the same time I also try to find a new direction of future regulatory principles related to fixed-mobile convergence services.

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Mobile User Behavior Pattern Analysis by Associated Tree in Web Service Environment

  • Mohbey, Krishna K.;Thakur, G.S.
    • Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.33-47
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    • 2014
  • Mobile devices are the most important equipment for accessing various kinds of services. These services are accessed using wireless signals, the same used for mobile calls. Today mobile services provide a fast and excellent way to access all kinds of information via mobile phones. Mobile service providers are interested to know the access behavior pattern of the users from different locations at different timings. In this paper, we have introduced an associated tree for analyzing user behavior patterns while moving from one location to another. We have used four different parameters, namely user, location, dwell time, and services. These parameters provide stronger frequent accessing patterns by matching joins. These generated patterns are valuable for improving web services, recommending new services, and predicting useful services for individuals or groups of users. In addition, an experimental evaluation has been conducted on simulated data. Finally, performance of the proposed approach has been measured in terms of efficiency and scalability. The proposed approach produces excellent results.

On The Next Generation Mobile Communication Services in Korea (차세대 이동통신 서비스 연구개발 현황)

  • Ryu, Seung-Wan;Ryu, Byung-Han
    • Proceedings of the Korean Operations and Management Science Society Conference
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    • pp.335-338
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    • 2004
  • In this paper, we present a perspective of the next generation mobile communication services and its characteristics. As a preliminary research work on the next generation mobile communications and services, we exploit the next generation mobile services [1]. We define the next generation mobile services as strata of services consisting of three different service levels, the service areas, the service functionalities, and the service technologies. We derive these service levels by means of the scenario based analysis. Finally, we propose a conceptual network architecture that can support the next generation mobile services by placing network functions and service elements within the network.

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Deriving the Success Factors for Retailing Mobile Services: A Comparison of Mobile Service Types (모바일서비스의 성공 영향요인 도출과 서비스 유형별 비교분석)

  • Kim, Keun-Hyung;Kim, Si-Yeon
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Information and Communication Engineering
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.586-592
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    • 2006
  • Mobile Services are that function of information system are served in mobile environment. So, Success model for the mobile services might be derived through mixing success model of information system with mobile attributes. There are many kinds of mobile services. Specially, commerce, communication entertainment and information services are representative types in mobile services. In this paper, we do not only derive important factors that influence success of mobile services, but also analyze how the factors influence the success of mobile services. We also analyze whether measures of the factors might differ significantly among the types of mobile services.

A Study on the Possible New Fusion between Mobile and Healthcare Service (모바일과 의료서비스 간의 새로운 융합 가능성에 관한 연구)

  • Shin, Yong Jae;Kim, Jin Hwa;Lee, Jea Beom
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.11 no.sup
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    • pp.27-39
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    • 2012
  • As many applications are possible now in mobile environment with the trend of mobile convergence, diverse applications in healthcare industry are also possible in mobile devices. Though lots of researches on mobile and health services are introduced, they are limited to specific area or techniques. This study shows possible directions of fusion between mobile technologies and health services in the future using a data mining technique called association rule analysis. The data used in this study is collected from web pages containing key words related to mobile technologies and health services. The analysis shows that current cases of fusion between monitoring based telemedicine and patients. It also shows another case of fusion between mobile hospital and medical screen charts. These show that fusion between mobile technologies and health services already began in industry. Association rules are found between well-being, city, diet, and sleep. The association rules containing security and privacy, though their associations are not so strong, also show that security and privacy of patient information should be protected in the future. The results show that the fusion of mobile technologies and health services is expected to provide health services to more users and larger areas. It is also expected to create new diverse business models in the future.

Service Level Agreement for the QoS Guaranteed Mobile IPTV Services over Mobile WiMAX Networks

  • Chowdhury, Mostafa Zaman;Trung, Bui Minh;Jang, Yeong-Min;Kim, Young-Il;Ryu, Won
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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    • v.36 no.4A
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    • pp.380-387
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    • 2011
  • While mobile IPTV services are supported through the mobile WiMAX networks, there must need some guaranteed bandwidth for the IPTV services especially if IPTV and non-IPTV services are simultaneously supported by the mobile WiMAX networks. The quality of an IPTV service definitely depends on the allocated bandwidth for that channel. However, due to the high quality IPTV services and to support of huge non-IPTV traffic over mobile WiMAX networks, it is not possible to guarantee the sufficient amount of the limited mobile WiMAX bandwidth for the mobile IPTV services every time. A Service Level Agreement (SLA) between the mobile IPTV service provider and mobile WiMAX network operator to reserve sufficient bandwidth for the IPTV calls can increase the satisfaction level of the mobile IPTV users. In this paper, we propose a SLA negotiation procedure for mobile IPTV users over mobile WiMAX networks. The Bandwidth Broker controls the allocated bandwidth for IPTV and non-IPTV users. The proposed dynamically reserved bandwidth for the IPTV services increases the IPTV user's satisfaction level. The simulation results state that, our proposed scheme is able to provide better user satisfaction level for the IPTV users.