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사각형강목의 끝자루를 이용한 트롤어구의 어획선택성 연구 ( I ) - 사각형강목의 어획선택성 - ( Studies on the Selectivity of the Trawl Net With the Square Mesh Cod-End ( 1 ) - Selectivity of the Square Mesh Cod-End - )

  • Lee, Ju-Hee;Kim, Sam-Kon;Kim, Jin-Kun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Fisheries and Ocean Technology
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    • v.30 no.3
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    • pp.161-171
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    • 1994
  • Mesh selection analysis for the trawl net were carried out at the Southern Korean Sea and the East China Sea during the 1992-1994 years by the training ship Seabada of the National Fisheries University of Pusan, using A type (51.2mm), B type (70.2mm), C type (77.6mm), D type (88.0mm) square mesh cod-ends. The fishing trials were made using bottom trawl of the trouser type cod-end with cover net. Selection curves and selection parameters were calculated by a logistic model for Sphyraena pinguis, Pampus argenteus, Trachurus japonicus, Pagrus major, Callanthias japonicus, Trichiurus lepturus. The results obtained are summarized as follows: 1. Red barracuda : Selection range and fifty percent selection length in the A type was 115.8mm, 292.8mm, respectively. 2. Harvest fish : Each selection range and fifty percent selection length in the B. C. and D type was 37.7mm, 113.8mm : 40.1mm, 131.7mm and 64.8mm, 148.6mm, respectively. Selection parameters of master curve were : slope, 3.81 : intercept, -6.4. Optimum mesh size was 89.3mm. 3. Horse mackerel : Each selection range and fifty percent selection length in the A, B, C and D type was 43.0mm, 148.3mm : 60.7mm, 183.2mm, 214.5mm and 91.4mm, 254.9mm, respectively. Selection parameters of master curve were : slope 2.30 : intercept, -6.4. Optimum mesh size was 66.8mm. 4. Red seabrem : Selection range and fifty percent selection length in the D type was 42.7mm, 203.4mm, respectively. 5. Yellowsail red bass : Selection range and fifty percent selection length in the A type was 84.0mm, 110.6mm, respectively. 6. Hair tail : Each selection range and fifty percent selection length in the A, B and C type was 59.7mm, 176.0mm : 100.9mm, 250.7mm and 178.6mm, 307.0mm, respectively. Selection parameters of master curve were : slope, 1.54 : intercept, -5.4. Optimum mesh size was 57.5mm.

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Effects of selection index coefficients that ignore reliability on economic weights and selection responses during practical selection

  • Togashi, Kenji;Adachi, Kazunori;Yasumori, Takanori;Kurogi, Kazuhito;Nozaki, Takayoshi;Onogi, Akio;Atagi, Yamato;Takahashi, Tsutomu
    • Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.19-25
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    • 2018
  • Objective: In practical breeding, selection is often performed by ignoring the accuracy of evaluations and applying economic weights directly to the selection index coefficients of genetically standardized traits. The denominator of the standardized component trait of estimated genetic evaluations in practical selection varies with its reliability. Whereas theoretical methods for calculating the selection index coefficients of genetically standardized traits account for this variation, practical selection ignores reliability and assumes that it is equal to unity for each trait. The purpose of this study was to clarify the effects of ignoring the accuracy of the standardized component trait in selection criteria on selection responses and economic weights in retrospect. Methods: Theoretical methods were presented accounting for reliability of estimated genetic evaluations for the selection index composed of genetically standardized traits. Results: Selection responses and economic weights in retrospect resulting from practical selection were greater than those resulting from theoretical selection accounting for reliability when the accuracy of the estimated breeding value (EBV) or genomically enhanced breeding value (GEBV) was lower than those of the other traits in the index, but the opposite occurred when the accuracy of the EBV or GEBV was greater than those of the other traits. This trend was more conspicuous for traits with low economic weights than for those with high weights. Conclusion: Failure of the practical index to account for reliability yielded economic weights in retrospect that differed from those obtained with the theoretical index. Our results indicated that practical indices that ignore reliability delay genetic improvement. Therefore, selection practices need to account for reliability, especially when the reliabilities of the traits included in the index vary widely.

The Controlled Selection: Do Algorithms for Optimal Sampling Plan Exist?

  • Kim, Sun-Woong;Ryu, Jae-Bok;Yum, Joon-Keun
    • Proceedings of the Korean Statistical Society Conference
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    • pp.175-178
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    • 2002
  • A number of controlled selection methods, which have some advantages for practical surveys in considering controls beyond stratification, have developed throughout the last half-century. With respect to the optimization of sampling plan, it is obvious that we may use optimal controlled selection in preference to satisfactory controlled selection. However, there are currently certain restrictions on the employment of optimal controlled selection. We present further research to improve an algorithm for optimal controlled selection and to develop standard software.

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A study on the Predictors of criteria on Clothing Selection (의복선택기준 예측변인 연구)

  • Shin, Jeong-Won;Park, Eun-Joo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.13
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    • pp.123-134
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    • 1989
  • The purpose of this study was to identify the predictable variables of criteria on clothing selection. Relationships among criteria on clothing selection, psychological variable, lifestyle variable, and demographic variable were tested by Pearsons' correlation coefficients and One-way ANOVA. The predictors of criteria on clothing selection were identified by Regression. The consumers were classified into several benefit-segments by criteria on clothing selection, and then, the character of each segment were identified by Multiple Discriminant Analysis. Data was obtained from 593 women living in Pusan by self-administered questionnaires. The results of the study were as follows; 1. Relationship between criteria on clothing selection and relative variables. 1) The important variables to criteria on clothing selection were "down-to-earth-sophisticated", "traditional-morden", "conventional-different", "conscientious-expendient", need for exhibitionism, need for sex, fashion / appearance. 2) The important factor of clothing selection criteria was comfort and it has significant difference among ages. 3) The higher of social-economic status have the more appearance-oriented selection. 2. Predictors of criteria on clothing selection. There were several important predictors of criteria on clothing selection like lifestyle, need, and self-image. Especially, fashion / appearance in lifestyle variable was very important. 3. Segmentation by the criteria on clothing selection. There are four groups Classified by the criteria on clothing selection, that is practical-oriented group, appearance-oriented group, practical and appearance-oriented group, and indifference group. The significant discriminative variables were Fashion / appearance factor, need for exhibitionism, and need for sex. The result of this study can be used for a enterprise to analysis the consumer and to build the strategy of advertisement clothing.

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Relay Selection Scheme Based on Quantum Differential Evolution Algorithm in Relay Networks

  • Gao, Hongyuan;Zhang, Shibo;Du, Yanan;Wang, Yu;Diao, Ming
    • KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS)
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    • v.11 no.7
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    • pp.3501-3523
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    • 2017
  • It is a classical integer optimization difficulty to design an optimal selection scheme in cooperative relay networks considering co-channel interference (CCI). In this paper, we solve single-objective and multi-objective relay selection problem. For the single-objective relay selection problem, in order to attain optimal system performance of cooperative relay network, a novel quantum differential evolutionary algorithm (QDEA) is proposed to resolve the optimization difficulty of optimal relay selection, and the proposed optimal relay selection scheme is called as optimal relay selection based on quantum differential evolutionary algorithm (QDEA). The proposed QDEA combines the advantages of quantum computing theory and differential evolutionary algorithm (DEA) to improve exploring and exploiting potency of DEA. So QDEA has the capability to find the optimal relay selection scheme in cooperative relay networks. For the multi-objective relay selection problem, we propose a novel non-dominated sorting quantum differential evolutionary algorithm (NSQDEA) to solve the relay selection problem which considers two objectives. Simulation results indicate that the proposed relay selection scheme based on QDEA is superior to other intelligent relay selection schemes based on differential evolutionary algorithm, artificial bee colony optimization and quantum bee colony optimization in terms of convergence speed and accuracy for the single-objective relay selection problem. Meanwhile, the simulation results also show that the proposed relay selection scheme based on NSQDEA has a good performance on multi-objective relay selection.

Development of Interactive Feature Selection Algorithm(IFS) for Emotion Recognition

  • Yang, Hyun-Chang;Kim, Ho-Duck;Park, Chang-Hyun;Sim, Kwee-Bo
    • International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.282-287
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    • 2006
  • This paper presents an original feature selection method for Emotion Recognition which includes many original elements. Feature selection has some merits regarding pattern recognition performance. Thus, we developed a method called thee 'Interactive Feature Selection' and the results (selected features) of the IFS were applied to an emotion recognition system (ERS), which was also implemented in this research. The innovative feature selection method was based on a Reinforcement Learning Algorithm and since it required responses from human users, it was denoted an 'Interactive Feature Selection'. By performing an IFS, we were able to obtain three top features and apply them to the ERS. Comparing those results from a random selection and Sequential Forward Selection (SFS) and Genetic Algorithm Feature Selection (GAFS), we verified that the top three features were better than the randomly selected feature set.

Evaluating the Performance of Four Selections in Genetic Algorithms-Based Multispectral Pixel Clustering

  • Kutubi, Abdullah Al Rahat;Hong, Min-Gee;Kim, Choen
    • Korean Journal of Remote Sensing
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.151-166
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    • 2018
  • This paper compares the four selections of performance used in the application of genetic algorithms (GAs) to automatically optimize multispectral pixel cluster for unsupervised classification from KOMPSAT-3 data, since the selection among three main types of operators including crossover and mutation is the driving force to determine the overall operations in the clustering GAs. Experimental results demonstrate that the tournament selection obtains a better performance than the other selections, especially for both the number of generation and the convergence rate. However, it is computationally more expensive than the elitism selection with the slowest convergence rate in the comparison, which has less probability of getting optimum cluster centers than the other selections. Both the ranked-based selection and the proportional roulette wheel selection show similar performance in the average Euclidean distance using the pixel clustering, even the ranked-based is computationally much more expensive than the proportional roulette. With respect to finding global optimum, the tournament selection has higher potential to reach the global optimum prior to the ranked-based selection which spends a lot of computational time in fitness smoothing. The tournament selection-based clustering GA is used to successfully classify the KOMPSAT-3 multispectral data achieving the sufficient the matic accuracy assessment (namely, the achieved Kappa coefficient value of 0.923).

The Structural Relationship about Country Image and Corporate Image of Exporting Goods under Global Trade Environment

  • Lee, Bong Soo
    • The Korean Research Institute of International Commerce and Law
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    • v.56
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    • pp.3-27
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this thesis is to develop a relational model which can explain consumer selection for exporting goods and analyze the effect of corporate image on the relations between country image and consumer selection under global trade environment. The specific objectives are as follows: 1) to suggest a concept of consumer selection and measurement criteria, 2) to analyze correlations among country image, corporate image and consumer selection and 3) to find out the effect of corporate image on the relations between country image and consumer selection. The SPSS program for window and LISREL program were used to analyze the data for this study. The statistical method used in this study was the covariance structure analysis estimating parameters by maximum likelihood method. Path coefficients were tested for t-tests with a statistical significance level of .05. The conclusions of this study are as follows. First, significant correlations were observed among all sub-variables proposed in this study. In addition, significant correlations were detected among country image, consumer selection and corporate image. Second, a hypothetical model proposed in this study was mostly appropriate. Country image had a positive direct effect on consumer selection and corporate image with statistical significance. In addition, it has an indirect impact on consumer selection with statistical significance with corporate image as an intervening variable. Third, corporate image had a significant moderation effect in country image-consumer selection relations. As corporate image levels increased, the effect of country image on consumer selection increased as well. In other words, it has been confirmed that if corporate image levels are high, country image could end up with consumer selection.

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A study of generation alternation model in genetic algorithm

  • Ito, Minoru;Sugisaka, Masanori
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.93.4-93
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    • 2002
  • When the GA is applied to optimization problems, it is important to maintain the diversity in designing generation alternation model. Generally, when the diversity is not fully maintained, it is difficult to find good solution, and it is easy to stagnate the early convergenece. In this paper, we propose the Elite Correlation Selection operator (ECS) as a new selection operator for survival. This selection operator aims to keep the diversity of populations and contributes the high searching ability. This selection operator is an extension of selection operator for survival in the Minimal Generation Gap (MGG). In the selection for survival, this selection operator selects one elite individual...

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사업자 사전 선택제 도입 사례와 시사점

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    • Proceedings of the Korea Technology Innovation Society Conference
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    • pp.45-57
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    • 2002
  • Since a new entrant in the telecommunications market requires time in order to construct its own network, a requirement on the incumbent operator to implement carrier selection and pre-selection can enable a new entrant to immediately attract customers and earn revenue. Carrier selection can normally be accomplished in two ways, on a call-by-call basis or through carrel pre-selection. Call-by-call selection allows customers to choose a new entrant rather than the incumbent carrier using a specific code designated to the new carrier each time a call is made. Carrier Pre-Selection, on the other hand, allows customers directly connect to the network of one provider to have access automatically to another company's services when they pick up the phone to make certain types of calls. The carrier pre-selection option is generally considered to be a second regulatory step following the implementation of the call-by-call carrier selection option. Carrier pre-selection with the ability to override on a call-by-call basis for long distance, international, local, and fixed-to-mobile calls has now been implemented in many EU countries. This paper attempts to identify the issues in introducing CPS and to draw policy implications from other countries' experiences.

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