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Baekseok University is a private Christian institution of higher education, located in Cheonan City, in northern South Chungcheong province, South Korea. It carries a maximum enrollment of 15,000. Wikipedia.


MyounJae L.,Baekseok University
Journal of Computer Virology and Hacking Techniques | Year: 2015

This paper is a study on the development of games in the IoT(Internet of Things) environment. For this purpose, this paper will first introduce the IoT technology and describe the ways for applying this technology into the game. Second, game planning factors for IoT environment such as graphics, sound, scenario, interface characters and items are described. Lastly, factors to consider when developing the secure games in the IoT environment are described. This paper can be beneficial to the developers who attempts to plan and implement the games in the IoT environment. © 2015 Springer-Verlag France Source


Sim S.-H.,Semyung University | Baek S.-J.,Baekseok University
Journal of Computer Virology and Hacking Techniques | Year: 2014

As for search methods of web service, services are selected and utilized using a variety of search techniques. However, differentiation methods as to services become even more necessary since service quality is increasingly having a direct impact on the use of web service with the generation of various web services and an increase in the use of services. Currently, they state only with the description of web service rather than the quality property information in the form of web service and they also have the disadvantage of having the connection that includes inaccurate information. Thus, the purpose of this study is to propose the decision process in terms of web service function and user at an actual level using the conventional methods and service Scalable information in order to subsequently propose service selection broker so that an optimal web service can be selected when selecting a web service. It is to generate scalable matching information by extracting a variety of information provided by web service providers. Therefore, it is to make sure that an appropriate web service for users would be selected through the service selection in consideration with functional aspects and the scalable information matching proposed directly by users based on the Scalable information provided by utilizing the scalable information matching system proposed by this study. In addition, it is to compare and evaluate the proposed system and the existing study systems by utilizing accuracy and recall factor as the evaluation indices as to web service search. © 2014, Springer-Verlag France. Source


Yang S.-W.,Baekseok University
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research | Year: 2014

Yang, S-W. Assessment of professional baseball players aerobic exercise performance depending on their positions. J Strength Cond Res 28(11): 3289-3292, 2014-This study reports the average and SD of professional baseball players' cardiorespiratory endurance, maximum oxygen consumption, oxygen consumption during anaerobic threshold, maximum oxygen consumption of anaerobic threshold %, maximum heart rate, and heart rate of anaerobic threshold. We also report the comparison between pitchers and fielders. Considering the total number of results, percentile was used and results were classified into 5 grades. One professional baseball players' organization with more than 14 years of experience participated in this study. First, we observed that the average pitchers' VO2max was 53.64 ml·kg-1·min-1, whereas the average fielders' was 52.30 ml·kg-1·min-1. These values were lower than other sports players. Second, in case of the VO2AT, pitchers showed 39.35 ml·kg-1·min21 and fielders showed 39.96 ml·kg-1·min21. %VO2AT showed a significant difference of 71.13% between pitchers and fielders-pitchers, whereas fielders showed 73.89% (p < 0.01). Third maximal heart rates were measured at 188.69 b·min21 (pitchers) and 187.79 b·min-1 (fielders). These were lower than college baseball players and higher than other sports players. In conclusion, both professional baseball pitchers and fielders should be aware of the necessity of systematic cardiorespiratory endurance data analysis. Moreover, baseball teams, athletic trainers, and coaches should also be aware of the importance of cardiorespiratory endurance. Copyright © 2014 National Strength and Conditioning Association Unauthorized reproduction of this article is prohibited. Source


Yim S.,Baekseok University
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing | Year: 2014

Purpose: This study was conducted to develop an asthma management education program for preschool children using Roy's adaptation theory as a framework and examining the effects of this program on adaptation to asthma treatment. Methods: A non-equivalent control group pre-post-test design was used with 43 preschool children diagnosed with asthma and required to be hospitalized for inhalation therapy. An intervention group (n=23) participated in the educational program and a control group (n=20) received regular treatment. The education program was conducted and evaluated from June 30 to October 31 2012, a maximum 3 times every 24 hours during hospitalization. Two nurses conducted the program using the teaching method of Gagné and Briggs; instruction design theory through questionnaires to measure perception of disease, behavior of adaptation to treatment with inhalation therapy. Results: Effects of asthma management education program; scores for face-pain rating decreased and time of adaptation to treatment increased significantly in the experimental group compared to the control group but no significant differences were found for perception of the disease's cause and treatment. Conclusion: Results indicate that the asthma management education program has positive effects on adaptation to asthma treatment of preschoolers. © 2014 Korean Society of Nursing Science. Source


Chung E.,Andong Science College andong | Lee B.-H.,Sahmyook University | Hwang S.,Baekseok University
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience | Year: 2014

Objective: The purpose of this study was to examine the feasibility of core stabilization exercise with real-time feedback on balance and gait function in patients with chronic hemiparetic stroke. Methods: Nineteen stroke subjects were enrolled in this study. The patients were randomly divided into the experimental (n = 10) and control groups (n = 9). Subjects in the experimental group performed core stabilization exercise with real-time feedback training for 30 minutes per day during a period of six weeks. Subjects in the control group performed core stabilization exercise during the same period. This study assessed the kinematic parameters using a portable walkway system, and timed up-and-go test. Results: Gait velocity showed significantly greater improvement in the experimental group (7.3 ± 5.0 sec) than in the control group (-0.7 ± 10.6). Stride length showed significantly greater increase in the experimental group (13.2 ± 7.9 on the affected side and 12.6 ± 8.0 on the less affected side) than the control group (3.5 ± 8.7 on the affected side and 3.4 ± 8.5 on the less affected side). After training, change in results on the timed up and go test was significantly greater in the experimental group than in the control group. Conclusion: Core stabilization exercise using real-time feedback produces greater improvement in gait performance in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients than core stabilization exercise only. © 2014 - IOS Press. Source

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