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An Exploratory Research on the Accumulation of Basic Research Capability in the Newly Developing Countries (신흥공업국의 기초연구능력 축적과정의 특성에 대한 탐색연구 -한국 사례를 중심으로-)

  • Hwang, Hye-Ran
    • Journal of Korea Technology Innovation Society
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.42-63
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    • 2004
  • Recent trend of rapid growth in the basic research activities in East-Asian newly industrialized countries bring about the change in the world knowledge production structure. Particularly, Korea showed the changing patterns not only in the number of publication, but also in the aspect of structural change of basic research activities. The stylized facts of basic research activities in Korea can be summarized in three aspects; first, selective development patterns, second, reverse pattern of evolution, and finally, the rapid growth of basic research activities in major firms. This paper analyse the evolutionary patterns of basic research activities in empirical base and propose the policy implication for supporting basic research activity in newly industrializing countries.

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Introduction SWING(Seoul Women's University Internet & Security Group) and Research Activities (서울여대 보안 동아리 스윙에 관한 소개와 연구활동)

  • 김미애
    • Proceedings of the Korea Institutes of Information Security and Cryptology Conference
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    • pp.99-103
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    • 2003
  • Introduction SWING and progress of research activities. Then I will explain about Anti-Virus research concretely. It will deal with Computer Virus infection route, Computer Virus diagnostic methods, exsisting Anti-Virus Engine operation principle, performming research activities and future research course.

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Research Activities on Holographic Video in Japan

  • Yoshikawa, Hiroshi
    • 한국정보디스플레이학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.1175-1178
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    • 2009
  • Recently, researches on holographic 3D video display are getting very active, though the goal is still challenging. This paper describes recent research activities on the holographic video system in Japan. It includes hologram calculations and acquisitions as well as displays.

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Exploring the Usefulness of e-Resources for Engineering College Teachers and Scholars for their Academic and Research Activities - A Study

  • Puttaswamy, R.M.;Krishnamurthy, M.
    • Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.62-70
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    • 2014
  • The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), an apex body of controlling technical education in India, has made mandatory subscription of e-Resources to all its Engineering College Libraries. This policy has directly helped the teaching community, research scholars, and student's paternity, which has benefits for their teaching, research activities, and curriculum, respectively. This study emphasizes the usefulness of e-Resources among the teachers and scholars of engineering colleges in the Bangalore region under Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belgaum, Karnataka. Survey methodology has been used as the basic research tool for data collection with the help of questionnaires. 866 teaching faculties in VTU were selected randomly on the basis of willingness of users who access the e-Resources for their academic and research activities in the survey. The survey results were tabulated and analyzed with descriptive statistics methods using the SPSS 20 software package. The findings reveal that e-resources are useful for engineering college teachers and scholars for their academic and research activities.

The New Role of Maritime Institutions from the Viewpoints on the Maritime Education, Training and Research Activities

  • Comert, Ali;Nomura, Ryuta;Furusho, Masao
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research Conference
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    • pp.113-120
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    • 2004
  • Considering the present and expected demand for human resources by the maritime community, its quantity and quality depend on the number of the ships and the technology applied to them. Scientific and economic developments in this community bring the intensive use of modem technology for many of ships operation. Generally it effects to reduce the quantity of manpower, while it increases the requirement of qualifications of human resources to utilize such advanced technology. Considering above, the maritime education, training and research activities should be revised and updated according to the demand of the community. Because of a difference between the transition of the demand for the human resources and development of the maritime education, training and research activities, there are two most common questions as “What to teach” and “How to teach”. The first question has been asked for many years. The contents of maritime education and training are always related to the existing maritime knowledge and technology and should be updated with consideration of changes of the demand namely “Globalisation of maritime community”. It brings globalisation of the maritime education, training and research activities. The second question is still keeping us busy to look for the best way. Presently traditional methods are used together with new system, while the use of sophisticated simulation, communication and information systems etc. and it is changing our understanding on teaching. This paper introduces the new role of Maritime Institutions from the viewpoints of the maritime education. training and research activities. The role of guide for seafarers and maritime companies is always essential and the concepts such as “Refreshment Training”, “On the Job Training”, “Lifelong” or “Continuous Training” bring new understanding to the training period, trainee's age and position. As a result, the maritime institutions should be ready for their new role, which is, in brief, guiding the maritime society, recommending and providing new learning environments, organising research and developments, performing the education, training and assessment, improving existing methods and developing new methods of the education, training and assessment.

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A Loan System of funding Research Projects for Starting Up Venture Business(A Research fund Management System Incorporating Business Concept) (벤처기업 육성을 위한 대여 연구비 관리제도(Business형 연구관리제도))

  • 강박광;황희융
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.73-82
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    • 2000
  • Conventional funding system for the university research projects is limited to a grant or subsidy type funding method which does not require an obligation of refund. Such a funding system is known as ideal one for the university research activities which in general is not a profit oriented activities. It is considered ideal in a sense that nonprofit oriented research activities gives more emphasis on creativity than on efficiency or practical value. A venture- business-start-up research activity can not be considered as a pure nonprofit oriented activities. It clearly gives more emphasis on efficiency and practical value than on creativity Recently a large portion of the venture-business-start-up research activities are carried out in the universities. When a conventional research funding system is applied to such a new type of research activities, it turned out that the success rate is much lower than expectancy. This is why a new and differentiated funding system is sought for such a new type of research activities. A funding system of loan type for a venture-business-start-up research activities is proposed herewith. A loan system naturally requires a pay back after the successful start up of the venture business. This loan system nay be considered that a business concept is grafted on a conventional funding system for the university research activities. This means that a rather loose or generous terms and conditions of the money loan case is introduced into this funding system to remedy the short comings of the intrinsic nonprofit nature of the university research activities. The point is how to improve the success rate and how to reduce the undesirable aspect of the conventional university research activities when it is practiced with the new type of research activities. After one and half year of practicing with the new funding system. it can not be asserted that a definitely positive results could be obtained. but a trend of desirable aspects could be observed such as low drop out rate. project selection efficiency, higher sense of responsibility. etc.

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Informal Communication in Research Activities (연구활동에 있어서의 비공식 커뮤니케이션)

  • Sakong, Bok Hee
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.127-145
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    • 1984
  • The purpose of the present paper is (1) to clarify the significance and the role of informal communication in research activities, (2) to grasp the characteristics of Invisible College, the social organization for informal communication, and its effect on research activities and (3) to pay consideration to formalization of informal communication systems. To comprehend all the things is necessary to improve information services.

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SURVEY ON THE OBSERVATIONAL RESEARCH ACTIVITIES USING MID-TO-LARGE SIZE TELESCOPES (중대형 망원경을 이용한 관측연구 현황)

  • Woo, Jong-Hak
    • Publications of The Korean Astronomical Society
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.107-112
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    • 2010
  • By joining the Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT) project, Korean astronomers will get 10% of the GMT time, starting in the late 2010s. To prepare the GMT era, it is important to evaluate the current observational research activities. We surveyed the research programs performed by domestic astronomers during 2007A - 2010A period, using optical/near - IR telescopes with a medium to large aperture mirror (larger than 4 m). We describe the method and criteria of the survey, and present the results of the analysis based on the collected data.

Overview of Nano-Composites Research Activities Conducted in ACE TeC/JAXA

  • Ishikawa Takashi;Iwahori Yutaka;Ogasawara Toshio
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society For Composite Materials Conference
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    • pp.6-8
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    • 2004
  • A big boom in nanocomposites research has landed also in Japan. As a virtual 'center of excellence' in composites technology there, ACE TeC of ISTA/JAXA has led pioneering portions of nanocomposites research particularly in mechanical properties oriented applications. An overview of research activities based on nano-technologies in ACE TeC/JAXA will be given first and some remarkable results will be introduced briefly.

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Research Activities at National Institute of Radiological Sciences in Development of Radiological Apparatus

  • Endo, Masahiro
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Medical Physics Conference
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    • pp.3-5
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    • 2002
  • This paper describes research activities at National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS), Japan in development of radiological apparatus, which cover 4-dimensinal (4D) CT, next-generation PET and several progresses in heavy-ion irradiation system at HIMAC (Heavy Ion Medical Accelerator in Chiba).

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