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Implementation of Badminton Motion Analysis and Training System based on IoT Sensors

  • Sung, Nak-Jun;Choi, Jin Wook;Kim, Chul-Hyun;Lee, Ahyoung;Hong, Min
    • Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.19-25
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    • 2017
  • In this paper, we designed and implemented IoT sensors based badminton motion analysis and training system that can be readily used by badminton players with PC. Unlike the traditional badminton training system which uses signals of the flags by coach, the proposed electronic training system used IoT sensors to automatically detect and analysis the motions for badminton players. The proposed badminton motion analysis and training system has the advantage with low power, because it communicates with the program through BLE communication. The badminton motion analysis system automatically measures the training time according to the player's movement, so it is possible to collect objective result data with less errors than the conventional flag signal based method by coach. In this paper, training data of 5 athletes were collected and it provides the feedback function through the visualization of each section of the training results by the players which can enable the effective training. For the weakness section of each player, the coach and the player can selectively and repeatedly perform the training function with the proposed training system. Based on this, it is possible to perform the repeated training on weakness sections and they can improve the response speed for these sections. Continuous research is expected to be able to compare more various players' agility and physical fitness.

A Development of Personalized Embedded System for Interactive Training Machines (체감형 운동 기기를 위한 개인화된 임베디드 시스템의 개발)

  • Byun, Siwoo
    • IEMEK Journal of Embedded Systems and Applications
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    • v.6 no.6
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    • pp.361-367
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    • 2011
  • In this paper, we propose an interactive embedded system framework for efficient training management in u-health environment. First, we analyzed various requirements of smart training systems for quality of life. We also analyzed the oversea trends and positive effects of the embedded system in terms of both technical and economical factors. Second, we proposed detailed design specification for embedded hardware implementation. Third, we developed effective OS(Operating System) specification for the embedded hardware. Finally, we developed a training scenario and embedded applications such as training control software and analysis software for the smart training systems.

A Study on Virtual Training System for Army Thermal Equipment Maintenance Education (육군 화력장비 정비교육을 위한 가상훈련시스템 연구)

  • Song, Seong-Heon;Song, Eun-Jee
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Information and Commucation Sciences Conference
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    • pp.205-207
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    • 2019
  • Special training soldier for thermal equipment during army heavy equipment maintenance education is small training equipment and many trainees have few opportunities for practical training, and there is a high risk of safety accidents during maintenance training. Because practical training is limited and repeated practice is difficult, a training system is needed. In this study, we propose a virtual training system that can reduce the training cost beyond the time and space, enable realistic experiential training, reflect the standard maintenance manual, and train teamwork. The virtual training system using the virtual augmented reality is a system that can reduce the cost beyond the space and time and can be practically practiced. The first-person virtual training system using HMD, which is the three-dimensional display system proposed in this study, is suitable for army thermal equipment maintenance education system. The proposed system is expected to be useful for maintenance training of other equipments and other groups because it has good scalability.

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A Study on Plant Training System Platform for the Collaboration Training between Operator and Field Workers (운전자와 현장조업자의 협동훈련을 위한 플랜트 훈련시스템 플랫폼 연구)

  • Lee, Gyungchang;Chung, Kyo-il;Mun, Duhwan;Youn, Cheong
    • Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.420-430
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    • 2015
  • Operator Training Simulators (OTSs) provide macroscopic training environment for plant operation. They are equipped with simulation systems for the emulation of remote monitoring and controlling operations. OTSs typically provide 2D block diagram-based graphic user interface (GUI) and connect to process simulation tools. However, process modeling for OTSs is a difficult task. Furthermore, conventional OTSs do not provide real plant field information since they are based on 2D human machine interface (HMI). In order to overcome the limitation of OTSs, we propose a new type of plant training system. This system has the capability required for collaborative training between operators and field workers. In addition, the system provides 3D virtual training environment such that field workers feel like they are in real plant site. For this, we designed system architecture and developed essential functions for the system. For the verification of the proposed system design, we implemented a prototype training system and performed experiments of collaborative training between one operator and two field workers with the prototype system.

A Study on Standard Unit Price Analysis of e-learning & Postal Distance Learning (인터넷 및 우편 원격 기관 훈련비용 기준단가 분석 연구 공학교육에 관한 연구)

  • Rha, Hyeon-Mi
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.61-71
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    • 2011
  • Korea has introduced the levy-grand system in the vocational learning finance. The standard unit price system of training cost was utilized in the distribution of training budget and the reimbursement system including total or partial training cost return has been operated in the corporate training after completing the learning course particularly. The standard unit price was calculated in the base of analyzing on supporting budget by the government per training institutions and corporate payment decision to learning institutions. The proposing standard unit price system of training cost was analyzed in the current standard price unit of training cost and then an improvement policy and the implication are derived from it. At the result of this study, the current government supporting level to e-learning and postal distance learning indicates good status.

A Comparative Study of Vocational Training Schemes for Youth Employment Promotion in the United Kingdom and Korea (한국과 영국의 청소년 고용증진정책 비교연구 : 직업훈련 중심)

  • Chung, Young-Soon
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.49
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    • pp.95-128
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    • 2002
  • The present study is designed to trace the successful reform steps taken within the vocational training system in the UK and to extract a set of instructive implications for Korea's future reform path towards an efficient vocational training system conducive to youth employment. To this end, this study focuses on three major aspects of the youth vocational training system: the government's role and partnerships between training and industry, the vocational training system, and the employment support system. Implications drawn from the comparative analysis are as follows. Vocational training reform should be made within the broad paradigm of youth employment promotion. All aspects of the youth vocational training system, such as the training program structure, program content, provider, management, so on, should be reformed, step by step, within a long-term plan. In addition to the vocational training reforms. employment support programs should be enlarged, and the service delivery system should be well structured in order to enhance the effects of the training reforms. For these reforms, it is essential to make fundamental changes in the following areas: integration of youth employment policy making and its administrative structures, reinforcement of partnerships between training and industry, nation-wide standardization of job skins, and the introduction of standardized job certificate classification on a national level.

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A Study on the Education Training Satisfaction of Employees in General Hospitals (종합병원 직원의 교육훈련 만족에 관한 연구)

  • Ahn, Sang-Yoon
    • Korea Journal of Hospital Management
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.34-51
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    • 2012
  • This study is an empirical research to identify difference of education training satisfaction by demographic variables, and to investigate the influence of education training satisfaction on the member's organizational commitment in general hospitals. As a result of ANOVA, t-test based on the data of 325 employees in 7 general hospitals in Korea, education training satisfaction has a significant difference by a construct and demographic variables. Education training satisfaction has a significant difference by a construct such as education training system, education training administration and education training practice. Education training satisfaction has a significant difference by occupation, career, scholarship. Education training satisfaction has a partly significant difference by status, age. But it has not a significant difference by sex distinction. Satisfaction of education training system and education training practice has a significantly positive relationship with organizational commitment. But Satisfaction of education training administration has a partly positive relationship with organizational commitment. By these results, the advanced education training structure needs to equipped in order to elevate management performance in general hospitals.

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Analysis on the Effect of a Training System for Improving Equilibrium Sense Using an Unstable Platform

  • Piao, Yong-Jun;Yu, Mi;Kim, Yong-Yook;Kwon, Tae-Kyu;Hong, Chul-Un;Kim, Nam-Gyun
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.2455-2458
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    • 2005
  • In this paper, we analyzed the effect of a training system for improving equilibrium sense. This training system consists of an unstable platform, a force plate, a computer, and training programs. Using the system with training programs, we performed various experiments to train the equilibrium sense of fifteen subjects. To evaluate the effect of the training system, we measured the time a subject maintains a focus, the moving time to the target, and the absolute deviation of the trace. We analyzed these parameters obtained before and after the training using paired-samples T-test. The results showed that the subjects experienced a distinctive enhancement of their equilibrium senses through the training using our system.

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Concept and Development of Resident Training Program for General Competencies (전공의 공통역량의 개념과 개발)

  • Lee, Sun Woo
    • Korean Medical Education Review
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.63-69
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    • 2017
  • Resident training programs in South Korea lag far behind that of advanced countries. Given the problems the current system in South Korea has, it is time to consider a new resident training system, resident training for general competencies. Training for the general competencies was practiced in medical fields in advanced countries such as the USA, Canada, and the UK as early as 20 years ago. This system has rendered itself a key component of resident training. Although a few theoretical procedures on general competencies have been practiced in South Korea, the awareness of this concept is still very weak, and the application of the theory to actual training is a long way off from becoming effective. It is urgent for South Korea to adopt competency- and outcome-based training for general competencies. To this end, the knowledge of the concept of this type of training should be improved. Also, the system should be carefully designed to cover a doctor's whole career, and be applied immediately. The competency- and outcome-based training for general competencies is a system that assures high level qualifications. It reflects the needs of our society under the recognition that a professional organization should be committed and accountable in order to respond to social demands. As the benefits of the new training system reach the public and medical care consumers, training-related expenses should be borne by social costs.