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2021, Vol.7, No.2

  • 1.

    A Study on the Public Housing Model for Residents’ Participation suitable for Smart City

    Hak-Soo Heo | Ryu Gab Sang | 2021, 7(2) | pp.1~6 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In recent years, many people are living in a space limited by rapid global industrial development and economic growth, and rapid urbanization is underway, with the global urban population estimated to be more than 70 percent in 2050. Due to rapid urbanization, government-led smart city models are being developed and introduced to solve various urban problems such as disaster safety, air pollution, water pollution, energy shortage, disease, crime and transportation. However, since ICT technology of public housing is being developed as a type of social overhead capital project, it is necessary to develop micro-smart city projects that residents can feel by developing services such as public safety, living environment, living welfare, and energy management for public housing residents. Therefore, in this paper, the smart platform model of public housing for smart city in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is planned and presented.
  • 2.

    The Blockchain based Undeniable Multi-Signature Scheme for Protection of Multiple Authorship on Wisdom Contents

    SungHyun Yun | 2021, 7(2) | pp.7~12 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Wisdom Contents are created with experiences and ideas of multiple authors, and consumed in Internet based Social Network Services that are not subjected to regional restrictions. Existing copyright management systems are designed for the protection of professional authors’ rights, and effective in domestic area. On the contrary, the blockchain protocol is subjected to the service and the block is added by the consensus of participating nodes. If the data is stored to the blockchain, it cannot be modified or deleted. In this paper, we propose the blockchain based undeniable multi-signature scheme for the protection of multiple authorship on Wizdom Contents. The proposed scheme is consisted of co-authors’ common public key generation, multi-signature generation and verification protocols. In the undeniable signature scheme, the signature cannot be verified without help of the signer. The proposed scheme is best suited to the contents purchase protocol. All co-authors cannot deny the fairness of the automated profit distribution through the verification of multiple authorship on Wizdom Contents.
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    Modeling for Nuclear Energy for IoT Systems as Green Fuels in Mitigating COVID-19

    JANG, KYUNGBAE | ChanghyunBaek | TAE HO WOO | 2021, 7(2) | pp.13~19 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    It is analyzed that the energy pattern is affected by the social matters of the disease trend where the energy consumption has been reduced following the depression of the national economy. The campaign of social distance for the people has been done by voluntary or legally due to the epidemic of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Some economic stimulus policies have been done in some countries including the United States, South Korea, and some others. It is shown the susceptible, infectious, and recovered (SIR) modeling applied by system dynamics (SD) where the logical modeling is constructed with S, I, and R. Especially, the I is connected with Society including Population, Race, and Maturity. In addition, Economy and Politics are connected to Income, GDP, Resources, President, Popularity, Ruling Government, and Leadership. The graph shows the big jump on 2020 April when is the starting month of the S value multiplication. This shows the effect of the COVID-19 and its related post-pandemic trend. The trends of OECD and non-OECD are very similar and the effect of the virus hazards causes significantly to the economic depressions.
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    Comparison of KSL Curriculum and ESL Curriculum for Adaptation of International Students in the Internet of Things era to Domestic Universities

    Hyun-Joo Kang | Se Ri Jeong | Choi, Jang Won | 2021, 7(2) | pp.21~29 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In this study, it is necessary to supplement the Korean language curriculum in order for international students to adapt and settle in Korea in an era where education is being transformed into future education due to the 4th industry. In the KFL (Korean as a Foreign Language) situation encountered by international students, they suffer from difficulties in university mathematics due to communication problems due to lack of language ability, which is one of the stress factors for cultural adaptation in the Korean language education program. To solve this problem, we analyzed ESL programs in English-speaking countries and KSL programs in Korea to set educational goals, curriculum, and educational methods to achieve goals for international students, and to establish curriculum and learning processes. Therefore, the Korean language education program (KSL program) for foreign students in the Korean language curriculum should also be supplemented by accepting the advantages of setting accurate goals for the ESL program and linking it with university graduation in the curriculum of English-speaking countries. In addition, for international students to learn Korean, an integrated Korean language education course and management system using IT suitable for the 4th industrial age is needed.
  • 5.

    A Study on the Relationship between Experience of Verbal Abuse and Clinical Practice Stress during Clinical Practicum of Nursing Students

    SEUNG AE YANG | 2021, 7(2) | pp.31~40 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Objectives: This study was conducted to investigate the degree of verbal abuse, emotional response, nursing professionalism, clinical practice stress during clinical practicim of nursing students. Methods: A sample of convenience was 106 nursing students, and a questionnaire was used to measure their verbal abuse, emotional response, nursing professionalism, clinical practice stress. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, and multiple linear regression. Results: A significant positive correlation was found among verbal abuse, emotional response, clinical practice stress(r=.683, r=.573). Grade of which the participant was in, verbal abuse(β=.487), emotional response(β =.240) were significant predictive variables of which accounted for 49% of the variance in clinical practice stress. Conclusions: The results from this study can provide basic data on the development of strategies for nursing college students to cope with verbal abuse and to manage stress under clinical practice.
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    Study on Video Content Delivery Scheme for Mobile Vehicles

    Kim, Tae-Kook | 2021, 7(2) | pp.41~45 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This paper proposes a video content delivery scheme for vehicles. Today, we spend a lot of time commuting to work in vehicles such as trains and cars. In addition, the number of users who enjoy video content such as YouTube and Netflix in order to appease the boredom in the vehicle is increasing rapidly. Video content requires a larger amount of data usage than text-based content. Hence, the user’s mobile communication data usage increases rapidly along with the cost. The proposed video content delivery scheme downloads a lot of video content in advance when the vehicle is in a free Wi-Fi area. In this way, it is possible to play video content in a vehicle at a low cost. It is expected that the proposed scheme can be applied to the Internet of Things(IoT) for moving objects.
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    Performance Evaluation of Smoothing Algorithm for Efficient Use of Network Resources in IoT environments

    MyounJae Lee | 2021, 7(2) | pp.47~53 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In order to transmit video data stored in servers with limited bandwidth in IoT environments to many clients, a transmission plan must be established by considering factors such as the number of transmission rate changes, peak transmission rate, and transmission rate changes. This transmission plan is called smoothing, and includes CBA that minimizes the number of transmission rate increases, MCBA that minimizes the number of transmission rate changes, and MVBA to minimize the transmission rate changes. In this work, to evaluate the performance of the proposed algorithm[16], we compare the proposed algorithm with the existing smoothing algorithms with the peak rate, the number of transmission rate changes, the rate increase, the peak rate utilization, and the average transmission rate with various video data and buffer sizes. The evaluation results show that the proposed algorithm helps to efficiently use the server's finite network resources by establishing a transport plan with the lowest average transfer rate.
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    A Study on the Structural Relationship between IoT Usage and Life Satisfaction Among University Students

    Sangho Lee | Kwangmoon Cho | 2021, 7(2) | pp.55~63 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to investigate the structural relationship between the use motives of the Internet of Things (IoT), which was presented as a technology strategy priority for university students, on usage attitudes, usability performance and life satisfaction. From April 1 to April 30, 2021, a non-face-to-face survey was conducted targeting university students living in Gwangju Metropolitan City and Jeollanam-do, and the study was conducted in a total of 213 copies. The collected questionnaires were analyzed using IBM's SPSS 21.0 and AMOS 21.0 programs. The research results are as follows. First, the motivation for using IoT was found to have an effect on usage attitude, and it was found to have an effect on life satisfaction and also on usage performance. Second, it was found that the attitude of using the Internet of Things had an effect on the usability performance. However, it was found that there was no effect on life satisfaction. Third, it was found that the use of IoT has an effect on the life satisfaction of college students. Fourth, it was found that the indirect effect on the attitude of use had an indirect effect on the relationship between the motivation for use and the performance of use. However, it was found that there was no indirect effect on the relationship between use motivation and life satisfaction. Fifth, the indirect effect on the usability performance was found to have an indirect effect on the relationship between use motivation and life satisfaction, Also, it was found that there was an indirect effect on the relationship between usage attitude and life satisfaction. Sixth, in the relationship between use motivation and life satisfaction, there was no double indirect effect via use attitude and utilization performance. Based on these results, the motivation for using the Internet of Things for college students and a solution to the information gap were proposed.