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Location-Aware Web Service by Utilizing Web Contents Including Location Information [chapter]

YongUk Kim, Chulbum Ahn, Joonwoo Lee, Yunmook Nah
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Traditional search engines are usually based on keyword-based retrievals, where location information is simply treated as text data, thus resulting in incorrect search results and low degree of user satisfaction. In this paper, we propose a location-aware Web Service system, which adds location information to web contents, usually consisting of text and multimedia information. For this purpose, we describe the system architecture to enable such services, explain how to extend web browsers, and
more » ... ropose the web container and the web search engine. The proposed methods can be implemented on top of traditional Web Service layers. The web contents which include location information can use their location information as a parameter during search process and therefore they can increase the degree of search correctness by using actual location information instead of simple keywords.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-10265-3_26 fatcat:a2p7rr2yjrc75cm54x6ygdvaoe

Self-describing and Data Propagation Model for Data Distribution Service [chapter]

Chungwoo Lee, Jaeil Hwang, Joonwoo Lee, Chulbum Ahn, Bowon Suh, Dong-Hoon Shin, Yunmook Nah, Doo-Hyun Kim
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To realize real-time information sharing in generic platforms, it is especially important to support dynamic message structure changes. For the case of IDL, it is necessary to rewrite applications to change data sample structures. In this paper, we propose a dynamic reconfiguration scheme of data sample structures for DDS. Instead of using IDL, which is the static data sample structure model of DDS, we use a self describing model using data sample schema, as a dynamic data sample structure
more » ... to support dynamic reconfiguration of data sample structures. We also propose a data propagation model to provide data persistency in distributed environments. We guarantee persistency by transferring data samples through relay nodes to the receiving nodes, which have not participated in the data distribution network at the data sample distribution time. The proposed schemes can be utilized to support data sample structure changes during operation time and to provide data persistency in various environments, such as real-time enterprise environments and connection-less internet environments.
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-87785-1_10 fatcat:fcrjks2r2jaergtkwyydpkovqi

Visual Media Retrieval Framework Using Web Service [chapter]

Yunmook Nah, Bogju Lee, Jungsun Kim
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We would like to thank Chulbum Ahn, Eunyoung Kwon, Sungwoo Lee, Woosang Cho, Sangjin Han, Myoung Mi Yang and Byung Hun Jeong, who are currently developing the prototype of HERMES architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11527725_12 fatcat:nj2greya4zavfhgpjpdlvvlrgm

Recent Amendments to the Korean Commercial Code and Their Effects on International Competition

Joongi Kim
2000 Social Science Research Network  
See Insoon Kim, supra note 69; infra Section 4.4.  ...  Gyo-chang Kim suggested earlier that companies should have the burden of proof.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.248818 fatcat:glfhrvnjdfefppnj4uhy2mtwsu