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2021, Vol.7, No.1

  • 1.

    A IoT Security Service based on Authentication and Lightweight Cryptography Algorithm

    Kim Sun Jib | 2021, 7(1) | pp.1~7 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The IoT market continues to expand and grow, but the security threat to IoT devices is also increasing. However, it is difficult to apply the security technology applied to the existing system to IoT devices that have a problem of resource limitation. Therefore, in this paper, we present a service that can improve the security of IoT devices by presenting authentication and lightweight cryptographic algorithms that can reduce the overhead of applying security features, taking into account the nature of resource limitations of IoT devices. We want to apply these service to home network IoT equipment to provide security. The authentication and lightweight cryptographic algorithm application protocols presented in this paper have secured the safety of the service through the use of LEA encryption algorithms and secret key generation by users, IoT devices and server in the IoT environment. Although there is no difference in speed from randomly generating secret keys in experiments, we verify that the problem of resource limitation of IoT devices can be solved by additionally not applying logic for secret key sharing to IoT devices.
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    Internet of Things (IoT) Based Modeling for Dynamic Security in Nuclear Systems with Data Mining Strategy

    JANG, KYUNGBAE | ChanghyunBaek | KIMJONGMIN and 2other persons | 2021, 7(1) | pp.9~19 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Internet of Things (IoT) Based Modeling for Dynamic Security in Nuclear Systems with Data Mining Strategy
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    Design of a Markup Language for Augmented Reality Systems

    Choi, Jong Myung | Youngho Lee | Sun Kyung Kim and 1other persons | 2021, 7(1) | pp.21~25 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    t Augmented reality systems are widely used in the fields of entertainment, shopping, education, and training, and the augmented reality technology is gradually increasing in importance. When augmented reality technology is used for education or training, it must be possible to represent different virtual objects depending on the work stage even for the same marker. Also, since the training content varies depending on the situation, it is necessary to describe it using a training scenario. In order to solve this problem, we propose a scenario markup language for an augmented reality system that can create training content based on a scenario and connect it with an augmented reality system. The scenario markup language for augmented reality provides functions such as a method for connecting a scene, a marker and a virtual object, a method for grasping the state of equipment or sensor value, and a method for moving a scene according to conditions. The augmented reality scenario markup language can flexibly increase the usefulness and expandability of the augmented reality system usage method and content usage.
  • 4.

    The Church's Social Responsibility in the IoT Era - Focus on the five essential elements

    MyounJae Lee | 2021, 7(1) | pp.27~34 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Modern society is rapidly developing into the Internet of Things and Big Data, and there are industries that develop even in the Corona era. However, the church is not developing and responding enough to the Corona era, and it is shaking the existence of the church itself. The essence of the church consists of worship, evangelism, education, service, and companionship. In the era of Corona, where non-face-to-face safety is important, the essence does not change, but efforts to embody the essence of the church in a socially responsible manner are needed. This paper discusses the social responsibility of the church in this respect, focusing on the five essential elements of the church. To this end, we examine the essential elements of the church and study the implementation methods suitable for the Corona era.
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    A Study on Elderly Women’s Experience of the Convergent Tea Culture Therapy Program : Focusing on female elders who use the day care center

    Insook kim | Sun-Hee Park | 2021, 7(1) | pp.35~41 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to explore elderly women’s experience of the convergent tea culture therapy program when they use day care centers, ultimately getting a better understanding of such experience. For the purpose, the study made profound interviews with 4 old women who experienced the convergent tea culture therapy program from its start to final session. That program was provided by H day care center located in P city. And then, this research analyzed data from those interviews by using the phenomenological methods. As a result of the analysis, the study could divided the surveyed female elders’ experience of the above mentioned program largely into 4 categories, which are, ‘getting away from daily routines’, ‘feeling as if I’m the queen when having tea’, ‘finding myself feeling younger with tea’, and ‘feeling the true sense of happiness with tea’. With this result taken into serious consideration, this study suggested that more attention and intervention be urgently needed in the field of senior welfare practices, especially leisure activity for elders which is currently in trouble due to the covid-19 crisis.
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    A Delphi Study for Constructing a Suicide Prevention Protocol for Male Baby Boomers

    Hee Sook Kim | Shin Eun Jeong | Kim, Gab Yeon | 2021, 7(1) | pp.43~54 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to construct a protocol for the prevention of suicide in male baby boomers. Methods: In order to construct the protocol, a three-step expert consensus process was carried out. The first step was to compose questions based on various research data. For this purpose, two professors of psychiatric mental health nursing and two advanced practitioner nurse of psychiatric mental health in the composition. The second step was to conduct the first Delphi survey on expert panelists. The survey period was from October 13, 2015 to November 1, 2015. The third stage, the second Delphi investigation was conducted from November 10 to December 4, 2015. Results: As a result of the survey, a total of 7 areas of protocol configuration items were derived. The derived items include the characteristics of male baby boomers, suicidal signs, suicide risk factors, suicide protection factors, suicide measurement tools, related organizations, and mental health promotion programs. Conclusion: This study can be used as a guideline when intervening suicide prevention of male baby boomers in community mental health centers.
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    Analysis of the Effect of The Internet Activation on Students in IoT Environment

    DongWoo Lee | Kwangmoon Cho | Lee Seong Hoon | 2021, 7(1) | pp.55~62 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The world is changing rapidly as the Internet spreads and various smart devices appear. High-performance PCs and high-speed communication networks are rapidly spreading in every home, and all kinds of the internet sites are emerging. In particular, the high education enthusiasm of Korean parents adds to this, and the ratio of the internet users among teenagers is exploding every day. In the case of adolescents, most of them use the Internet for online games, indicating that online games are the main cause of the internet addiction. This study was conducted using a questionnaire for male and female high school students using the Internet, and demographic and sociological characteristics were used only as basic data. In this study, as much as parents, students and teachers think, the results of the internet addiction type analysis according to academic achievement in humanities high school students are to be investigated to determine whether internet use has an effect on academic achievement.
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    The Effects of Job Stress on Job Satisfaction of Workers in the Elderly Welfare Center after COVID-19 in the internet of things environment: Mediating Effects of Burnout

    LEE Jin Yeol | Youn Ki Hyok | 2021, 7(1) | pp.63~69 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study was to empirically analyze the mediating effect of burnout in the effect of job stress on job satisfaction of workers in the elderly welfare center after COVID-19. Through this, the purpose of this study was to improve the quality of social welfare services and to provide basic data that can increase job satisfaction of Elderly Welfare Center workers. The results of this study are as follows. First, job stress had a negative effect on job satisfaction. Second, burnout had a partial mediating effect on the effect of job stress on job satisfaction. Based on the results of this study, the following suggestions were made. First, the workload should be controlled to reduce the job stress of the workers in the elderly welfare center. Second, psychological and emotional support programs should be provided to reduce the burnout of the elderly welfare center workers.
  • 9.

    An Account Management System on IOT Devices

    Choi, Chang Won | Hyuncheol Chung | 2021, 7(1) | pp.71~77 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    As the IOT technology has developed, it becomes more big issues about IOT device security. An account management is a nerve-in-the-box routine job for the system administrator and users who manage the several hundreds IOT devices(IP camera, Home IOT, the various measuring equipment). This study is to propose the account management system by the hierarchical design and it is efficient for the user to manipulate the account management. The designed system supports 6 functions for the account management and apply the advanced technologies for the existed system. After the performance of the designed system is validated successfully by the authoritative test, the designed system is applied for the relative fields. And it is on going for the development of the smart account management system by applying the AI technique.
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    A Study on the Reality of IoT Device and Service Information Gap in the Era of Digital Transformation

    Lee, Sangho | Kwangmoon Cho | 2021, 7(1) | pp.79~89 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study attempted to identify the information gap about Internet of Things (IoT) devices and services in the era of digital transformation. To this end, we analyzed differences in perception of predicting future issues about IoT devices and services, and analyzed differences in the need for digital technology and help in life according to perceptions and experience of using IoT devices and services. Also, the level of education and demand for education were analyzed. A survey was conducted from February 15th to March 7th, 2021 for residents in Gwangju Metropolitan City and Jeollanam-do, and 232 respondents responded. Analysis was performed using SPSS 21.0, and all statistical values were presented as average values. The results of the study are as follows. First, the future issues of the intelligent information society according to the recognition of the intelligent information society, the help of life provided by artificial intelligence devices and services, and the need for intelligent information technology were presented. Second, the difference in Life help provided by artificial intelligence according to the recognition and use experience of artificial intelligence devices was presented. Third, the difference in life help provided by artificial intelligence according to the recognition and use experience of artificial intelligence service was presented. Fourth, the difference in necessity according to artificial intelligence technology recognition and use experience was presented. Fifth, the educational level and educational demand of the intelligent information society were investigated and presented. Through the results of this study, a suggestion for resolving the information gap in the era of digital transformation was suggested.