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Distributed Air Defense Simulation Model and its Applications (방공교전모델(DADSim) 개발 및 활용사례)

  • 최상영;김의환
    • Journal of the military operations research society of Korea
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    • v.27 no.2
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    • pp.134-148
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    • 2001
  • In this paper, air-defense simulation model, called "DADSim", will be introduced. DADSim(Distributed Air Defense Simulation Model) was developed by Modeling&Simulation Lab of K.N.D.U.(Korea National Defence Univ) Weapon Systems Department. This model is an analysis-purpose model in the engagement-level. DADSim can simulate not only the global air-defense or Korean Peninsula but also the local air-defense or a battle field. DADSim uses the DTED(digital terrain elevation data) LeveII it for the representation of peninsula terrain characteristics. The weapon systems cooperated in the model are low/medium-range missile systems such as HAWK, NIKE, SAM. DADSim was designed in the way of object-oriented development method, implemented by C++ language. The simulation view is an event-sequenced object-orientation. For the convenience of input, output analysis, GUI(Graphic User Interface) of menu, window, dialog box, etc. are provided to the user, For the execution of DADSim, Silicon Graphic IRIX 6.3 or high version is required. DADSim can be used for the effectiveness analysis of­defence systems. Some illustrative examples will be shown in this paper.

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LOS Analysis Algorithm for Mid-range Guided Weapon System (중거리지대공 유도무기체계 적용을 위한 가시선 분석 알고리듬 연구)

  • Lee, Han-Min
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.642-649
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    • 2010
  • LOS analysis is used for optimal deployment of mid-range guided weapon system or system engagement effectiveness simulation. Comparing to real-world, LOS analysis includes error sources such as coarse terrain data resolution, refraction of radio waves, and several ideal assumptions. In this research, exact LOS algorithm under assumption of constant earth curvature and error analysis of that is investigated. It proved that LOS algorithm under assumption of constant earth curvature has negligible error in mid-range guidance weapon system's scope.

A Study on the Viewing Attitude and Intention for Perceived Usefulness and Ease of use of Terrestrial UHD Broadcasting - Center for Extended Technology Acceptance Model(ETAM)- (지상파 UHD 방송에 대한 인지된 유용성과 용이성이 시청태도 및 의향에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구 - 확장된 기술수용모형(ETAM) 중심으로 -)

  • Chun, Byung-Jong;Kim, Jong-Moo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.11
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    • pp.413-424
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    • 2017
  • This research was conducted to find out about the effects of a perceived usefulness and a perceived ease of use on the viewer's attitude and their intention to use of the Terrestrial UHD Broadcasting. The survey was conducted with 191 respondents while innovativeness, relative advantage, active engagement, accessibility and affinity were considered as the external variables for this research. As the result shows, the external variables that affect the perceived usefulness are affinity, relative advantage, and innovativeness. However, it was confirmed that the accessibility has no major effect on the perceived usefulness. Among the external variables, the innovativeness has the highest level of effectiveness on the perceived usefulness of UHD broadcasting. Relative advantage, active engagement, and affinity were followed in orderly fashion. Especially, the perceived ease of use on UHD broadcasting has a major effect on the perceived usefulness. Also, the perceived usefulness affects the viewers' attitude and their intention to use. And the research verified that there is no correlation between the perceived ease of use vs. attitude and between attitude vs. intention to use. Therefore, we can safely say that the perceived usefulness of UHD broadcasting has main effects on viewers' attitude and their intention to use of UHD broadcasting.

Examining the Functions of Attributes of Mobile Applications to Build Brand Community

  • Yi, Kyonghwa;Ruddock, Mullykar;Kim, HJ Maria
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.19 no.6
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    • pp.82-100
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    • 2015
  • Mobile fashion apps present much opportunity for marketers to engage consumers, however not all apps provide enough functions for their targeted audience. This study aims to determine how mobile fashion apps can be used to build brand community with consumer engagement. Qualitative data on fashion mobile apps were collected from the Apple app store and Android market during the spring and summer of 2015. A total of 110 fashion mobile apps were collected;, 50 apps were identified as apparel brands that either manufacture or sell apparel to consumers, which we categorized as "brand" fashion apps, and the remaining 60 were categorized as "non-brand" fashion apps. The result of the study can be summarized as below. The 60 non-brand fashion apps were grouped into 5 app types: shopping, searching, sharing, organizational, and informational. The main functions are for informational use and shopping needs, since at least half (31 apps) are used for either retrieving information or for shopping. However, in contrast, social networking and location were infrequent and not commonly utilized by these apps. The most common type of non-brand fashion apps available were shopping apps;, many shopping apps enable users to shop from several different websites and save their items into one universal shopping cart so that they only check out once. Most of these apps are informational and help consumers make more informed decisions on purchases;, in addition many offer location services to help consumers find these items in store. While these apps perform several functions, they do not link to social media. The 50 brand apps were grouped into 5 brand types: athletic, casual, fast fashion, luxury, and retailer. These apps were also checked for attributes to determine their functionality. The result shows that the main functions of brand fashion apps are for information (82% of the 50 apps) as well as location searching (72% of 50 apps). Conversely, these apps do not offer any photo sharing, and very few have organizational or community functions. Fashion mobile apps and m-marketing elements: To build brand community, mobile apps can be designed to motivate consumer's engagement with brands. The motivations of fashion mobile apps are useful in developing fashion mobile apps. Entertainment motives can be fulfilled with multimedia attributes, functionality motives are satisfied with organizational and location-based features, information motives with informational service, socialization with community and social network, learning and intellectual stimulation from informational attributes, and trend following through photo sharing. The 8 key attributes of mobile apps can correspond to the 4 m-marketing elements (i.e., Informative content, multimedia, interactions, and product promotions) that are further intertwined with m-branding elements. App Attributes and M-Marketing aim to Build Brand Community;, the eight key attributes can impact on 4 m-branding elements, which further contribute to building brand community by affecting consumers' perceptions of brands preference and advocacy, and their likelihood to be loyal.

The Effect of Collaboration through Mobile Messenger Service on Team Performance in Team Projects: Focused on Negative Effect (팀 프로젝트에서 융합 모바일 메신저 서비스를 통한 협업이 팀 성과에 미치는 영향: 부정적 영향을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Byoungsoo;Kwon, Boung Soo;Woo, Saeeun;Chun, Jae Kwan
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.95-103
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    • 2016
  • Nowadays, team members often use mobile messenger service (MMS) in performing team projects. Team members can freely express their ideas or opinions using MMS without any restrictions in terms of place and time. But, in team project, using MMS is pressing them to perform their project more quickly than off-line conference, and assigning a role outside the range of their ability. In other words, team members can recognize work overload by utilizing MMS and this work overload can lead to team conflict. This study examines the effect of work overload through MMS use on team performance. We consider team engagement and team trust as the key drivers of team performance. However, team conflict will obstruct team engagement and team trust. Research model was analyzed by 135 university students who were doing several team projects. The analysis results show that work load through MMS use has a significant effect on team conflict. In other words, when work load is increased by utilizing MMS, it leads to team conflict. This team conflict loses trust between team member and hinders team performance. Lastly, this research provides several implications for right usage of MMS to improve team project performance.

A study of Koreans and Mexicans opinion's of Korean society's perception of Mexico (한국인과 멕시코인의 관점에서 한국사회가 가지는 멕시코에 대한 인식에 관한연구)

  • Coutino Lopez, Gloriana;Kim, Boyeun
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.7
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    • pp.401-408
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    • 2018
  • In the past years, the influx of Korean tourists to international destinations has seen a significant rise, especially in non-Asian countries. However, Mexico is still far from a popular destination to the average Korean tourist. Using Keller's brand equity model, this paper researches Koreans' opinions and general brand image of Mexico in an attempt to identify both the positive and negative perceptions they have of this country. Keller's brand model analyses four different levels of engagement between the customers and the brand. We want to know the degree to which Koreans have been engaged in Mexico as a brand nation and as a tourist destination. Research findings through this study will reveal the needs and insights that offer opportunities relevant for the planning, creation, design and development of new approaches for Mexico's nation brand promotion.

A Consideration on the development of Interactive Art in 20th Century (20세기 인터랙티브 아트의 전개에 관한 고찰)

  • Kim, Hee-Young;Lee, Wang-Joo
    • Journal of Digital Contents Society
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.177-185
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    • 2008
  • It was a special phenomenon in the art of 20th century that the earnest engagement of spectators came up to the surface in the area of artwork-creation and art-experience which had been one-sided processes for a long time. Such a genre of Optical art or Kinetic art, had pulled out active engagements of audiences in enjoying diverse works, played the role of locomotive in the Interactive Art. Of course, many kind of art made an appearance on the channels of diverse media from that times. For example, many people came to enjoy taking part in such a genre as Happening formated the mode of face-to-face communication between the creator and the spectator. The appearance of the technology of digital media had a decisive influence on the area of the Interactive Art. From that time on, people have come to accept the reciprocity of the relations between artist and spectator naturally. This paper makes researches on some trends in the development of Interactive Arts by way of analyzing some representative Interactive Artworks typing the birth and growth of Interactive Art.

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Designing an Intelligent Advertising Business Model in Seoul's Metro Network (서울지하철의 지능형 광고 비즈니스모델 설계)

  • Musyoka, Kavoya Job;Lim, Gyoo Gun
    • Journal of Intelligence and Information Systems
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.1-31
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    • 2017
  • Modern businesses are adopting new technologies to serve their markets better as well as to improve efficiency and productivity. The advertising industry has continuously experienced disruptions from the traditional channels (radio, television and print media) to new complex ones including internet, social media and mobile-based advertising. This case study focuses on proposing intelligent advertising business model in Seoul's metro network. Seoul has one of the world's busiest metro network and transports a huge number of travelers on a daily basis. The high number of travelers coupled with a well-planned metro network creates a platform where marketers can initiate engagement and interact with both customers and potential customers. In the current advertising model, advertising is on illuminated and framed posters in the stations and in-car, non-illuminated posters, and digital screens that show scheduled arrivals and departures of metros. Some stations have digital screens that show adverts but they do not have location capability. Most of the current advertising media have one key limitation: space. For posters whether illuminated or not, one space can host only one advert at a time. Empirical literatures show that there is room for improving this advertising model and eliminate the space limitation by replacing the poster adverts with digital advertising platform. This new model will not only be digital, but will also provide intelligent advertising platform that is driven by data. The digital platform will incorporate location sensing, e-commerce, and mobile platform to create new value to all stakeholders. Travel cards used in the metro will be registered and the card scanners will have a capability to capture traveler's data when travelers tap their cards. This data once analyzed will make it possible to identify different customer groups. Advertisers and marketers will then be able to target specific customer groups, customize adverts based on the targeted consumer group, and offer a wide variety of advertising formats. Format includes video, cinemagraphs, moving pictures, and animation. Different advert formats create different emotions in the customer's mind and the goal should be to use format or combination of formats that arouse the expected emotion and lead to an engagement. Combination of different formats will be more effective and this can only work in a digital platform. Adverts will be location based, ensuring that adverts will show more frequently when the metro is near the premises of an advertiser. The advertising platform will automatically detect the next station and screens inside the metro will prioritize adverts in the station where the metro will be stopping. In the mobile platform, customers who opt to receive notifications will receive them when they approach the business premises of advertiser. The mobile platform will have indoor navigation for the underground shopping malls that will allow customers to search for facilities within the mall, products they may want to buy as well as deals going on in the underground mall. To create an end-to-end solution, the mobile solution will have a capability to allow customers purchase products through their phones, get coupons for deals, and review products and shops where they have bought a product. The indoor navigation will host intelligent mobile-based advertisement and a recommendation system. The indoor navigation will have adverts such that when a customer is searching for information, the recommendation system shows adverts that are near the place traveler is searching or in the direction that the traveler is moving. These adverts will be linked to the e-commerce platform such that if a customer clicks on an advert, it leads them to the product description page. The whole system will have multi-language as well as text-to-speech capability such that both locals and tourists have no language barrier. The implications of implementing this model are varied including support for small and medium businesses operating in the underground malls, improved customer experience, new job opportunities, additional revenue to business model operator, and flexibility in advertising. The new value created will benefit all the stakeholders.

An Ethnographic Study on the Digital Literacy Practices of Role-Players in a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (대규모 멀티 플레이어 온라인 롤 플레잉 게임 참여자의 디지털 리터러시 활용 관행에 관한 민족지학적 연구)

  • Hollister, Jonathan M.
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.50 no.4
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    • pp.429-467
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    • 2019
  • Various digital literacy and critical competencies are crucial for success in the information and media-rich 21st century game of life. This study explores and describes the digital literacy practices of role-players in WildStar, a science fantasy Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG). Active role-players create and participate in group-driven interactive stories while in-character. A hybrid ethnographic method integrating overt participant observation and engagement, collection of community artifacts across multiple sites (such as wikis, discussion boards, and social media), and semi-structured interviews was employed to understand how role-players seek, use, evaluate, and manage information, media, and technology. Role-players used various media and technologies to supplement, simplify, and make role-playing more immersive. The relative digital literacy skill levels of individuals varied, leading role-players to leverage the skills of more proficient or experienced community members. Given the broad appeal of online games and educational benefits of role-playing, implications and applications for digital literacy skills instruction and library programming are also discussed.

Use of Emoji as a Marketing Tool: An Exploratory Content Analysis

  • Mathews, Stanley;Lee, Seung-Eun
    • Fashion, Industry and Education
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.46-55
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this exploratory study was to enhance the understanding of how brands tilize emojis in their marketing practices. A content analysis was conducted utilizing Google News as a search tool to access articles containing information pertaining to the use of emojis by brands. The combination of keywords used for the search were "emoji", "business", and "marketing". The search was narrowed down to the period of January $1^{st}$, 2014 - November $29^{th}$, 2017. This method generated a total of 604 trade publications with 55 of them providing information pertaining to specific brands and their use of emojis in their marketing strategies. A content analysis of trade publications has revealed that a variety of marketers have utilized emojis in their brand marketing practices. The entertainment, service, and food/drink industries have predominantly utilized emojis in their marketing practices, and their primary purpose for using emojis was to increase consumer engagement. Brands applied most of these emoji marketing strategies to an online or digital setting, whether it was social media pages, mobile applications, or any other form of computer-based marketing. Although there are limitations to this exploratory research in terms of its methodology, the findings of this study provide interesting insights into the potential of emojis as a marketing tool.