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Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference. (DISC) Disc 2014 내지최종

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  1. 1. 11-13 December, 2014 Daegu, Korea Asia Triple Helix Society (ATHS): http://asia-triplehelix.org Organized By Sponsored By Y.U. BK21 Plus Project Team for “Glocal East Asian Cultural Contents” 최소사용규정 POHANG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Basic System04 Type A-기본형 Type B-활용형 Type C-단도형 Authority Mark 12mm 아카디피아 LOGO IDENTITY_ 확정본 Taegu Broadcasting Corporation Identity Standard Manual BS.01 워드마크 WordMark 워드마크는 TBC의 대내외 커뮤니케이션에 있어서 이미지를 대표하는 CI의 핵심 요소이므로, 임의로 형태나 색상 등을 변경해서는 안된다. 아래에 제시된 색상은 적용매체의 특수성으로 인해 색상표현이 불가능한 경우를 제외한 모든 상황에서 동일하게 표현되어야 하며 정확한 명도, 채도 등을 유지하여야 한다. Pantone Warm Red C Process Color_M 80% + Y 90% Pantone 2738C Process Color_C 100% + M 80% TBC Red TBC Blue TBC 워드마크의 B는 Play(실행)버튼을 형상화하여 방송의 시간성과 공간성을 부여하고 고객과 언제나 함께하는 방송이 되겠다는 TBC만의 방송철학과 의지를 표현하였다. 실행버튼의 TBC Blue 컬러는 뉴 미디어 시대를 앞서나가는 미래 지향적인 모습을, TBC Red 컬러는 방송의 신속성과 컨텐츠의 풍부함, 따뜻하고 인간적인 방송을 추구하고자 하는 의미를 나타낸다. Design Concept The Yeongnam Ilbo The 2nd Daegu-Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference (DISC 2014) Data as Social Culture : Networked Innovation and Government 3.0 Program BookProgram Book
  2. 2. Contents • Welcome Message ................................................................................................................ 05 • About DISC .............................................................................................................................. 06 • Program at a Glance.............................................................................................................. 07 • Keynote Speeches (Day 1).................................................................................................. 13 • Keynote Speeches (Day 2).................................................................................................. 79 • Panel Discussion 1............................................................................................................... 137 • Panel Discussion 2............................................................................................................... 147 • Panel Discussion 3............................................................................................................... 153 • Panel Discussion 4............................................................................................................... 159 • Panel Discussion 5............................................................................................................... 165 • Panel Discussion 6............................................................................................................... 173 • Panel Discussion 7............................................................................................................... 183 • Panel Discussion 8............................................................................................................... 191 • Panel Discussion 9............................................................................................................... 201 • Panel Discussion 10............................................................................................................ 205 • Panel Discussion 11............................................................................................................ 211 • Panel Discussion 12............................................................................................................ 219 • Round Table........................................................................................................................... 225 • Memo....................................................................................................................................... 227 Daegu-Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference
  3. 3. 5 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Welcome Message Dear DISC Members, I am Han Woo Park, the President of the Asia Triple Helix Society. On behalf of our Society, I would like to sincerely invite and welcome keynote speakers, presenters, and participants for 2014 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference (DISC). We are greatly honored to have several Distinguished Social Network Scholars with us as well.They are very productive scholars around world. This is such a precious and memorable moment for us because your visit to our city, Daegu, is at the juncture of our society’s launching the new scholarly age. There is no doubt that 2014 DISC will be the milestone for Social Network field here in Daegu. Daegu has been cold and windy this winter, but I hope you feel comfortable and wish you had an unforgettable time at the upcoming conference. Thank you. Full. Professor Dr. Han Woo PARK, BA-HUFS, MA-Seoul Nat’l Univ. PhD-SUNY Buffalo The Chairman of DISC 2014 The President of Asia Triple Helix Society
  4. 4. 6 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Asia Triple Helix Society (ATHS) is to develop research projects that adopt TH (triple helix) and WSI (webometrics, scientometrics, and informetrics) approaches to the Asian countries by engaging researchers, academia, industry, and government. To inform the wider public of our activities and accomplishments, we host and participate in various public events including regular lecture series, seminars, and an annual conference. The 2nd Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference (DISC) held in December 2014 is the first international conference on big data and social network areas in Korea. DISC is aimed at pursuing the continuous scholarly growth and building the university-industry relations. Furthermore, we hold the present international conference in Daegu, expecting local development in a wide range of areas such as politics, economy, society, history, culture, etc. 대구경북 대표 브랜드 학회로서의 DISC 박한우 영남대 교수, 지역에서 융복합/빅데이터/혁신관련 국제 컨퍼런스 매년 개최 정부3.0, 빅/공공 데이터, 소셜미디어, 게임과 콘텐츠, 기술혁신사업화, 과학기술정보 분야 국내외 첨단 융복합 분야의 전문가, 연구자, 정책담당자, 기업인, 대학생들이 한 자리에 1회성 홍보성 세미나가 아닌 In-bound 브랜드 국제학회로 인큐베이팅 About DISC DISC 2014 Overview • DISC 2014 SNS Event Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference (DISC 2014) Dates December 11(Thu.) ~ 13(Sat.), 2014 Venue Eldis Regent Hotel, Daegu, Korea /YeungNam Univ. (13th) Theme Data as Social Culture : Networked Innovation and Government 3.0 Organized by - AsiaTriple Helix Society -Y.U. Cyber Emotions Research Center -Y.U. BK21 Plus ProjectTeam for "Glocal East Asian Cultural Contents" - Korea Institute Science andTechnology Information (KISTI) Sponsored by KoreaTourism Organization, Daegu Convention &Visitors Bureau, Korea Culture &Tourism Institute(KCTI), The IMC, POSTECH,TREUM, ACADEMIC EBOOK CORPORATION (ACADEPIA), Culture Plex, South-East Asia Creative Economy Forum, Inside Solution, DapoomeunYukgaejang,Young IL Engineering,The Yeongnamilbo,The Maeil Shinmun,TBC, Daegu Gyeongbuk Media Club Website AsiaTriple Helix Society (ATHS): http://asia-triplehelix.org DISC 2014 SNS DISC 2014 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/disckorea DISC 2014Twitter : https://twitter.com/DISC2014 DISC 2014 Hashtag : #disc @disc DISC 2014Wordpress : disckorea.wordpress.com DISC 2014 App. : https://guidebook.com/g/disc2014
  5. 5. 7 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) DISC 2013 Overview • 63 papers from 13 countries •The IMC Awardee •The list of participants for 2 consecutive years : Han Woo Park, Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, Jana Diesner, Pieter E. Stek, Meeyoung Cha, Jang Hyun Kim, Minho So, INYONG NAM, INHO CHO, Xanat Vargas Meza, Yon Soo Lim, Shin-Il Moon, Kyujin Jung, Chung Joo Chung, Sungkyu Shaun Park, Woo-Sung Jung, HeyJeong An, kijun son, Chae Nam Jeon, Wayne Weiai Xu, Ke Jiang, Leo Kim, Seong Eun Cho, Min-Woo Ahn, Hye-Jin Park, jiwon Park, Daehyeon Nam, Kim InYeob, Jiyoung Park, Hwang Sungsoo, Phillips Fred •Youth Convention Members : Na-Yeong Oh, ye-eun Kang , Kyum-myung Kwak, yeo-eun Kee , Sung-min Hong, In-sung Hwang Author Title Co-Author The 1st place WayneWeiai Xu (SUNY-Buffalo, U.S.A) The Networked Creativity in the Censored Web 2.0 Miao Feng (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, U.S.A) The 3nd place Daegon Cho(조대곤) (POSTECH, Korea) An Empirical Analysis on Smartphone Diffusions - Marko M. Skoric (City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.) The Role of Social Network Sites and Mobile Phones in Promoting the Acquisition of Job-related Information, Job Mobility and Entrepreneurship Ji Pan (Nan yang Technological Univ., Singapore) Wayne Fu (Nan yang Technological Univ., Singapore) Clarice Sim (Nan yang Technological Univ., Singapore) Yong Jin Park (Howard Univ., USA)
  6. 6. 8 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Program at a Glance Time/Date Dec. 11 (Thu) Dec. 12 (Fri) Dec. 13 (Sat) Eldis Regent Hotel Yeungnam Univ. 7th Floor 2nd Floor 7th Floor 2nd Floor 2nd Humanities Building Room A Room B Room C Room A Room B Room C Room No. 302 07:30~08:00 Registration 08:00~08:20 Registration Panel Discussion 7 Social Network Analysis Panel Discussion 8 DigitalTourism, Branding, Innovation, & Big Data Registration08:20~08:40 08:40~09:00 09:00~09:20 Panel Discussion 1 Social Media and Big Data Panel Discussion 2 SKKU BK Panel Discussion 9 KCTI Session Panel Discussion 10 Social Modeling and Complex System Workshop 1 (09:00~12:00) Big Data Analytics usingTextom, NodeXL KrKwic, andWebometric2.0 *Language: Korean 09:20~09:40 09:40~10:00 10:00~10:20 Panel Discussion 3 WIS (Webometrics, Informetrics, Scientometrics) using Big Data Panel Discussion 4 YU BK Break 10:20~10:40 Keynote Speech 7 Kimmo Kaski10:40~11:00 11:00~11:20 Keynote Speech 8 Janghyun Kim11:20~11:40 Keynote Speech 1 Leslie M.Tkach- Kawasaki11:40~12:00 Keynote Speech 9 Wouter van Atteveld 12:20~12:40 12:40~13:00 13:00~13:20 13:20~13:40 13:40~14:00 Lunch (12:00~13:20) Lunch (12:00~14:00) Keynote Speech 2 Nasir Sheikh Lunch (12:20~13:40) Keynote Speech10 14:00~14:20 Keynote Speech 3 Peter Parycek Meeyoung Cha Workshop 2 (14:00~18:00) AnalyzingWords and Networks with ConText *Language: English (Korean supported) 14:20~14:40 Break 14:40~15:00 Keynote Speech 4 Heeyoon Choi RoundTable DalYong Jin Panel Discussion11 Tripple Helix 15:00~15:20 15:20~15:40 Break 15:40~16:00 Panel Discussion 5 Interacting with Technology Panel Discussion 6 Networks & Policy Panel Discussion12 Government 3.0 Innovation and Open Data 16:00~16:20 16:20~16:40 16:40~17:00 Break 17:00~17:20 Keynote Speech 5 HyejinYoun General Assembly17:20~17:40 17:40~18:00 Keynote Speech 6 Marko M. Skoric18:00~18:20 18:20~20:00 Gala Dinner 12:00~12:20 8
  7. 7. 9 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Conference Program 11 – 12 December, 2014 / Eldis Regent Hotel No. Date/Time Speaker Title 1 Dec. 11 (Thu) 11:20~12:00 Leslie M.Tkach-Kawasaki (Univ. ofTsukuba, Japan) A New Era in Japan Election Campaigning? Perspectives on 'Big Data' and Social Media Use in Japan's Electoral Landscape 2 Dec. 11 (Thu) 13:20~14:00 Nasir Sheikh (SUNY Korea, USA) Societal Success in the New Economy 3 Dec. 11 (Thu) 14:00~14:40 Peter Parycek (Danube Univ. Krems, Austria) European Open Government Data (OGD) Policies & Governance Frameworks 4 Dec. 11 (Thu) 14:40~15:20 Heeyoon Choi(최희운) (KISTI, Korea) Current Status and Future of Science andTechnology Information Service in Korea: KISTI Service 3.0 5 Dec. 11 (Thu) 17:00~17:40 HyejinYoun(윤혜진) (Oxford Martin School,Univ. of Oxford, UK) Invention as a Combinatorial Process ofTechnological Change 6 Dec. 11 (Thu) 17:40~18:20 Marko M. Skoric (City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.) Social Media & Public Opinion:WhatWe Already Know andWhatWe Need to Learn No. Topic Chair Title 1 Social Media and Big Data Dec. 11(Thu) 09:00~10:00 Marko M. Skoric 1 Jesus N.Valero, MPA (Univ. of NorthTexas, USA) Self-organized Governance Networks on Social Media: Exploring Continuum of Care Homeless Networks in Dallas-FortWorth 2 Jinseok Kim(김진석) (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign,USA) The Impact of Data Quality on Knowledge Discovery in Big Data: A Case of Name Ambiguity 3 Hui-Jung Chang (Fu-Jen Catholic Univ., Taiwan) Online Social Networking Interactions: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Network Structure on MacDonald Facebook Sites betweenTaiwan and USA 4 Martin Meyer (Univ. of Kent, UK) ‘BIG DATA’AS AN EMERGENT FIELD OF INQUIRY: A BIBLIOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE ON SOCIAL SCIENCEWORK INTHIS AREA 5 Helen Lee(이혜정) (Politecnico Di Milano, Italy) (Univ. of London, UK) Cyclic Open Innovation Framework with Big Data of Cities [DAY 1] December 11(Thu), 2014 [DAY 1] December 11(Thu), 2014 No. Date/Time Speaker Title 7 Dec. 12 (Fri) 10:20~11:00 Kimmo Kaski (Aalto Univ. / Oxford Univ., UK, Finland) Computational Social Science: Analysis and Modeling of Human Sociality 8 Dec. 12 (Fri) 11:00~11:40 Janghyun Kim(김장현) (Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea) What LinksTell Us: A Dialectics of Dependency 9 Dec. 12 (Fri) 11:40~12:20 Wouter van Atteveldt (VU Univ. Amsterdam,The Netherlands) New Data, Old Questions: Using New Methods to Analyse Press and Politics 10 Dec. 12 (Fri) 13:40~14:40 Meeyoung Cha(차미영) (KAIST, Korea) Propagation Phenomena in Large Social Networks [DAY 2] December 12(Fri), 2014 ■Keynote Speeches ■Panel Discussions
  8. 8. 10 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference No. Topic Chair Panel Title 2 SKKU BK Dec. 11(Thu) 09:00~10:00 Sungsoo Hwang 1 YooJung Hong(홍유정) (SungKyunKwan Univ., Korea) Semantic/RelationalTraits of Corporations with High Reputation Indicators: A Case Study 2 Seung Chan Jeong(정승찬) (SungKyunKwan Univ., Korea) Comparing Discourses on Apple Iphone 6, 6+ and Samsung Galaxy Note 4:Twitter, Facebook, and News Media 3 Seong Hwa Park(박성화) (IBK., Korea) Analyzing OnlineWords-of-Mouth through Internet Consumer Community 4 Yenn Lee(이연옥) (Univ. of London, UK) Social Media Psephology:What Did Facebookers Say during the Seoul Mayoral Elections of 2011 and 2014? 3 WIS (Webometrics, Informetrics, Scientometrics) using Big Data Dec. 11(Thu) 10:00~11:20 Peter Parycek 1 Young Hoon Lee(이영훈) (KEIT., Korea) Triple Helix analysis of R&D networks in Korean national R&D programs 2 Kyujin Jung(정규진) (Univ. of NorthTexas, USA) A Semantic (TRIZ) Network Analysis of "Open Public Data" Policy in South Korea 3 Askhat F. Safiullin alias Eugene Lee (Chonbuk National Univ., Korea) Social Network Analysis of State Cooperation: Comparing Military Alliances to General Assembly Resolution Co- Sponsorship from 1976 to 2012 4 Marko M. Skoric (City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.) The Role of Social Network Sites and Mobile Phones in Promoting the Acquisition of Job-related Information, Job Mobility and Entrepreneurship 5 Yu (Audrey) Zhao (Univ. ofWisconsin- Milwaukee,USA) How Is KnowledgeTransmitted OverTime through Social Media Networks? An Investigation of Social Contagion through the Use of Healthcare Hashtags 4 YU BK Dec. 12(Fri) 10:00~11:20 Hui-Jung Chang 1 Ji-Young Park(박지영) (Yeungnam Univ., Korea) An Exploratory Semantic Analysis in the Dynamics of Public Opinion on Facebook : A Case of the Superintendent of Seoul Office of Education in South Korea 2 A-Reum, Jang(장아름) (Yeungnam Univ., Korea) Twitter Network Analysis of Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) 2014 3 ZhongchengWang (Yeungnam Univ., Korea) Social Network Analysis of South Korea National BasketballTeam: Spain BasketballWorld Cup in 2014 4 Byung-soon Kang(강병순) (Yeungnam Univ., Korea) A Study on the Exchanges among University Students in East Asia -China, Japan, and Korea- 5 Interacting with Technology Dec. 11(Thu) 15:40~16:40 Wouter van Atteveldt 1 Inyeop Kim(김인엽) (KAIST, Korea) The Effects of Emotional Expression usingWeb application on Depressed Mood 2 Daegon Cho(조대곤) (POSTECH, Korea) An Empirical Analysis on Smartphone Diffusions 3 HyunJoo Lee(이현주) (KonKuk Univ., Korea) Dilemma of Routinized Use of Social Network Sites: Uses and Gratification and Privacy Management Approaches 4 Gohar Feroz Khan (Korea Univ., Korea) Theories in Communication Science (CS) using Google Scholar: A Structural Analysis usingWebometrics and Social Network Approach 5 Jae-Hwan Park(박재환) (Univ. of Cambridge, UK) Understanding the Cambridge Phenomenon from the Perspective of Network andVarious Institutions 6 Networks & Policy Dec. 11(Thu) 15:40~16:40 Leslie M. Tkach- Kawasaki 1 Miao Feng (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, U.S.A) Knowledge Sharing in and out of Networked Authoritarianism 2 WayneWeiai Xu (SUNY-Buffalo, U.S.A) The Networked Creativity in the CensoredWeb 2.0 3 Bo-Yung Kim(김보영) (Yeungnam Univ., Korea) Fate to be Failed? Networking and Integration of the Social Welfare Delivery System in Korea 4 Minsun Song(송민선) (Florida State Univ., USA) "Different Structure of Risk Communication Networks during the Sewol Ferry Disaster: Comparative Approach between Korea and International Networks onTwitter and Facebook" 5 Youngim Jung(정영민) (KISTI, Korea) Findings on Association between the Research Performance and Scholarly Information Use
  9. 9. 11 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) No. Topic Chair Panels Title 7 Social Network Analysis Dec. 12(Fri) 08:00~09:00 Fred Phillips 1 Jiyoung Kim(김지영) (Yeungnam Univ., Korea) Tracking Longitudinal Path of Cultural Innovation on Web2.0: A Case of K-pop 2 Jana Diesner (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, USA) Computational Impact Assessment of Social Justice Media 3 Seok-Bong Jung(정석봉) (Kyungil Univ., Korea) An On-line Commodities Classification and Marketing Strategies based on an Analysis of a Weighted Directed Network 4 Ke Jiang (University of California, USA) Dynamics of Culture Frames in International News Coverages: A Semantic Network Analysis 5 Kyujin Jung(정규진) (Univ. of NorthTexas, USA) Filling the Gap between Bureaucratic and Adaptive Approaches to Crisis Management: Lessons from the Sewol Ferry Sinking in South Korea 8 Digital Tourism, Branding, Innovation & Big Data Dec. 12(Fri) 08:00~09:00 Mikyung Lee 1 Sungjoon Kang(강성준) (KAIST, Korea) Analysis on Different Brand Image According to Car Ownership 2 Sangwon Lee(이상원) (Kyung Hee Univ., Korea) A Cross-Country Analysis of Drivers of Technological Innovation in Telecommunication Industry 3 Jin-Young Kim(김진영) (Kyung Hee Univ., Korea) Living with Casinos: Innovative Solutions, Big Data, and the Triple- Helix Approach 4 Yoonjae Nam(남윤재) (Kyung Hee Univ., Korea) Korean Local Governments’Utilization of Websites and SNS with their Stakeholders for Developing Local Tourism 9 KCTI Session Dec. 12(Fri) 09:00~10:00 Inho Cho Speakers Panelists Topic 1 WeiaiWayne Xu (State Univ. of NewYork, USA) Sungjoon Lee (Cheongju Univ., Korea) Yoonjae Nam (Kyung Hee Univ.,Korea) Mapping Networked Diffusion using Psy’s Gangnam Style -reateldYouTube Videos 2 Chae Nam Jeon(전채남) (The IMC, Korea) Yon Soo Lim (Hongik Univ., Korea) Daehyun Nam (UNIST, Korea) Yongqwan Lee (KCTI, Korea) Big Data Analysis of Local Government 3.0: Focusing on Gyeongbuk-Do in Korea 3 Chanuk Park(박찬욱) (KCTI, Korea) Daegon Cho (POSTECH, Korea) Heedae Kim (DIP, Korea) Double-edged Sword: Big Data and Privacy 10 Social Modeling and Complex System Dec. 12(Fri) 09:00~10:00 Kimmo Kaski 1 Hang-Hyun Jo(조항현) (POSTECH, Korea) Generalized Friendship Paradox in Complex Networks 2 Sang Hoon Lee(이상훈) (Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea) Community Structures of Multilayer Political Cosponsorship Networks 3 Su DoYi(이수도) (Pukyung National Univ., Korea) Phase Transition in Coevolving Network of Conformist and Contrarian Voters 4 Gabjin Oh(오갑진) (Chosun Univ., Korea) Asset Pricing Model using Agent based Model 5 Woo-Sung Jung(정우성) (POSTECH, Korea) Complex Network Analysis on the R&D Activities in Korea [DAY 2] December 12(Fri), 2014
  10. 10. 12 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference No. Topic Chair Panels Title 11 Tripple Helix Dec. 12(Fri) 14:40~15:40 Meeyoung Cha 1 Ki-Seok Kwon(권기석) (Hanbat National Univ., Korea) Technology Forecasting based on theTriple-Helix Indicator of Synergy: the Case of MeasurementTechnology 2 Pieter E. Stek (Delft Univ. ofTechnology,The Netherlands) Characterization of Sectoral Innovation Systems at the Regional and National Scale through Bibliometric Analysis of Scientific Publications 3 Øivind Strand (Aalesund Univ. College, Norway) Decomposing theTriple-Helix synergy in the Regional Innovation Systems in Norway, Firm Data and Patent Networks. 4 Jean-Charles Lamirel (Univ. of Strasbourg, France ) Measuring and Highlighting Changes of Influence in Authors/ Topics Networks through the Use of a New Metric: Application to a Compound Dataset of Scientific Data 12 Government 3.0 Innovation and Open Data Dec. 12(Fri) 15:40~17:00 HyejinYoun 1 Waltraut Ritter (Knowledge Dialogues, Hong Kong) Innovation through Open Data in Asian Economies 2 Amir Reza Asnafi (Shahid Beheshti Univ.,Iran) Analysis on link networks of Iran municipal websites 3 XanatV. Meza (Yeungnam Univ., Korea) Stakeholders of organic products in Mexico and South Korea. A webometric analysis onTwitter. 4 Yuchul Jung(정유철) (KISTI, Korea) An Automatic Relation Extraction Approach for Understanding Korean Research Articles RT RoundTable Dec. 12(Fri) 14:40~16:20 Inho Cho Speakers Panelists Topic 1 DalYong Jin(진달용) (Simon Fraser Univ., Canada) Leslie M.Tkach-Kawasaki (Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan) Socio-Cultural Interpretation on Korea’s Content in the Global Markets : Digital Games and Software Marko M. Skoric (City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.) Daegon Cho (POSTECH, Korea) Yon Soo Lim (Hongik Univ., Korea) Sungjoon Lee (Cheongju Univ., Korea) Yoonjae Nam (Kyung Hee Univ.,Korea) YounghoRyu(KyoboBookCentre,Korea) Hyun Seok Jung (Rhaon, Korea) JungMi Lee (DGI, Korea) No. Date/Time Language Organizers Topic Workshop 1 Dec. 13 (Sat) 09:00~12:00 Korean Chae Nam Chon (The IMC, Korea) In Ho Cho (Sogang Univ.) Ji-Won Park (Yeungnam Univ.) Han Woo Park (Yeungnam Univ.) Big Data Analytics using Textom, NodeXL KrKwic, and Webometric 2.0 Workshop 2 Dec. 13 (Sat) 14:00~18:00 English (Korean Supported) Jana Diesner (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA) Jinseok Kim (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA) Analyzing Words and Networks with ConText Workshop Program 13 December, 2014 /Yeungnam University
  11. 11. Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Keynote Speeches 1st dayDecember11(THU)/RoomA 11:20~12:00 [Speaker-1] A New Era in Japan Election Campaigning? Perspectives on ‘Big Data’ and Social Media Use in Japan’s Electoral Landscape Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, Associate Professor, Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan 13:20~14:00 [Speaker-2] Societal Success in the New Economy Nasir Sheikh, Assistant Professor, SUNY Korea, USA 14:00~14:40 [Speaker-3] EuropeanOpenGovernmentData(OGD)Policies&GovernanceFrameworks Peter Parycek, Head of the center, Danube Univ. Krems, Austria 14:40~15:20 [Speaker-4] Current Status and Future of Science and Technology Information Service in Korea: KISTI Service 3.0 Heeyoon Choi, Director, Information Service Center, KISTI, Korea 17:00~17:40 [Speaker-5] Today and Future of S&T Information Service in Korea : KISTI Service 3.0 Hyejin Youn, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Martin School / Univ. of Oxford, UK 17:40~18:20 [Speaker-6] Social Media & Public Opinion: What We Already Know and What We Need to Learn Marko M. Skoric, Professor, City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.
  12. 12. 14 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Leslie M.Tkach-Kawasaki (Associate Professor, Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan) Keynote Speaker 1 Prof. Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan. Her research interests are concentrated on the use of the Internet by Japanese political actors – mainly political parties, politicians, and candidates – as political communication in election and non-election periods. Dr. Tkach-Kawasaki’s work has appeared in political science journals (Party Politics), cross-disciplinary social science journals (Social Science Computer Review), and as book chapters (The Internet and National Elections: A Comparative Study of Web Campaigning, among others). In recent years, her work has expanded to comparative website content analysis of news websites, editing monographs published by the Center for International and Advanced Japanese Studies, University of Tsukuba, and network analysis.
  13. 13. 15 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) A New Era in Japan Election Campaigning? Perspectives on ‘Big Data’and Social Media Use in Japan’s Electoral Landscape Leslie M.Tkach-Kawasaki Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences Univ. of tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan E-mail: tkach@japan.email.ne.jp Abstract Since the mid-1990s, similar to politicians in other countries, Japanese candidates for political office have been using the Internet as part of their political campaign media mix. However, until recently, Internet utilization during the crucial period immediately prior to the election (referred to as the “campaign activities period”) has been strictly regulated by the Public Offices Election Law. Changes in the law in April 2013 to allow for online campaigning with certain restrictions potentially has ushered in a new era of political campaigning in Japan. The combination of high Internet utilization among the public and candidates, growing professionalism of online campaigning in Japan, and utilization of social media are key factors in this new era of political campaigning. In this presentation, after briefly reviewing the history of the POEL and how it has been applied to political campaigning in Japan since 1995, I examine changes in the Japanese campaign websphere by looking at practical examples from the July 2013 Upper House election campaign period as well as the current December 2014 campaign period.
  14. 14. 16 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Nasir Sheikh (Assistant Professor, SUNY Korea, USA) Keynote Speaker 2 Biography Nasir Sheikh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology and Society, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at State University of New York, Korea. He is teaching courses such as strategic marketing, technology assessment, and quality management. His research interests include technological innovation and commercialization, technology assessment, decision modeling, and analytics. Nasir Sheikh has thirty years industry experience in building global communications and IT businesses as an executive in technology management, sales, and marketing. He has served in business leadership roles at Atlas Telecom, UshaComm, CenterSpan Communications, and ACD Systems. Prior to that Dr. Sheikh had technology management and operational roles at AT&T Labs, NorTel, Philips Electronics, and Schlumberger. In the last ten years he has been engaged in management consulting on next-generation renewal energy and healthcare technologies. Simultaneously, he was an adjunct professor for teaching courses in international business and marketing and a teaching assistant for courses such as new product development, total quality management, project management tools, science and technology policy, competitive strategies in technology management, strategic planning in engineering management, and intrapreneurship. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Technology Management from Portland State University, an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, and B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Middle East Technical University. Dr. Sheikh has three children: Nadia, who recently completed her M.S. in International Relations from London School of Economics, Omar, who is a third year student in Bioengineering at Oregon State University, and Noor, who is a Biology freshman at Oregon State University. Dr. Sheikh enjoys reading, painting, traveling, spinning, and squash.
  15. 15. 17 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Societal Success in the New Economy Nasir Sheikh Department of Technology and Society College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at State University of New York Korea, Incheon, Republic of Korea E-mail: nasir.sheikh@sunykorea.ac.kr Abstract The new economy in the digital age has impacted societies, globally in unforeseen ways. It was assumed that the rising tide would lift all social levels as we transitioned from the industrial economy to the services economy. However, social indicators such as population growths, job opportunities, and incomes have reacted in diverse ways to this new phenomenon. Developed countries in Europe and North America are no longer the haven for endless economic opportunities and the youth are disproportionately disadvantaged. Developing countries have seen a boom but the will the growth provide only benefits? There is a new wave of thinking that data science can benefit government, industry, and society. The societal impacts will take much longer and will likely take multiple non-linear paths. Also data is only one perspective of a much larger picture of productivity and prosperity. This presentation presents several viewpoints on the possible landscapes of the future and how we must prepare to address this brave new world.
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  34. 34. 36 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Peter Parycek (Head of the Center, Danube Univ. Krems, Austria) Keynote Speaker 3 Biography Peter Parycek, PhD, MSc, is Head of the Center for E-Governance at the Danube University Krems. As a lawyer and graduate of the Master’s program Telematics, his work is at the intersection of legal policy, social and technological developments. His research and project priorities include eGovernance, eDemocracy and eGovernment. He is responsible for the conference series CeDEM (International Conference for eDemocracy and Open Government held in Austria and Asia, http://www.donau-uni. ac.at/cedem), and the open access journal JeDEM (eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government, http://www.jedem.org/). Peter Parycek supports the leading eGovernment conferences as co/track-chair: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences HICSS, 2011-2015 (Minitrack Chair) HICSS; Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion (IRIS, Track Chair); Open Government Data DACHLI Conference Series (Chair); or program committee member: International Conference on eParticipation (ePart), International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o), International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV). As a legal advisor he worked for Canton Zug in Switzerland and the state of Liechtenstein, drafting the E-Government law and for UNDAP Evaluation of the Bulgarian E-Governance Strategy & Law. He is also (co)-founder and member of different civil society organizations, like Politik Transparent e.V. (www. meinparlament.at), Open3 e.V. (www.open3.at) , Open Knowledge Foundation Austria e.V. (okfn.at/) or the German Society for Cybernetics.
  35. 35. 37 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) SociEuropean Open Government Data (OGD) Policies & Governance Frameworks Peter Parycek Center for E-Governance Danube University Krems, Krems, Austria E-mail: Peter.Parycek@donau-uni.ac.at Abstract Open Government Data initiatives have developed all over the world – a worldwide phenomenon that started in traditional democracies and spread to all kind of political systems. Open government data policies can be connected with different aims: transparency and accountability, participatory governance, innovation and economic growth or internal value for the public sector itself (Janssen). Compared with traditional eGovernment projects, one of the major differences is that the data supply is just the first technological and organizational step - the big challenge after supplying data is to generate demand in society and companies. The talk will focus on European OGD polices, their impact and their success factors, like: different OGD policy phases; governance and interoperability structure for federal states, which are crucial for collecting the data; community based activities which are new terrain for all administrations all over the world; internal incentives for departments to publish data; The main results of the talk are based on the evaluation of the implementation of the OGD strategy and portal of the City of Vienna. This evaluation is grounded on qualitative interviews and online polls held after the strategy was implemented. The country comparison is part of our ongoing Share PSI Network project (http:// www.w3.org/2013/share-psi/) funded by the European Commission.
  36. 36. 38 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Definition: Open (Gov) Data • Data is open if anyone is free to use, modify, and share it, for any purpose • Open Government Data are data sets released by the public sector. J. Lucke und C. P. Geiger, „Open Government Data - Frei verfügbare Daten des öffentlichen Sektors“, Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, TICC-101203, Dez. 2010. The Open Definition, http://opendefinition.org/ EUROPEAN OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA (OGD) POLICIES & GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORKS
  37. 37. 39 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) #opendata standardization Open government data policies aims • transparency and accountability • participatory governance • innovation and economic growth or • internal value for the public sector itself Benefits, Adoption Barriers and Myths of Open Data and Open Government Marijn Janssena*, Yannis Charalabidisb & Anneke Zuiderwijk Information Systems Management, Volume 29, Issue 4, 2012, 258-268
  38. 38. 40 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Success factors: National Level (Austria) • Technical Interoperability – CKAN Interface for collecting metadata – CKAN is de facto Standard in Austria • Semantic Interoperability – Meta-Data Schema Standardisation * – No URI concept => but URL schema *http://www.ref.gv.at/uploads/media/OGD-Metadaten_2_2_2013_12_12_EN.pdf Success Factor Interoperability European Interoperability Framework (EIF) for European public services, p. 71, http://ec.europa.eu/isa/documents/isa_annex_ii_eif_en.pdf
  39. 39. 41 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) CC data.<organisation>.gv.at/nutzungsbedingungen http://creativecommons.org/ Success factors: National Level (Austria) • Legal Interoperability – One Licence! Creative Commons: CC BY – Open Data in Austria is not about PSI and FOI • Organisational Interoperability & Aspects** – Agile and open Cooperation (Administration, Science, CSO e.g. OKF AT – De facto Standard (Meta Data, URI and Licence) – One central portal which combines federal open data portal ** https://www.data.gv.at/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Framework__for_Open_Government_Data_Platforms_1.1.pdf
  40. 40. 42 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference OGD Metadata AT Core fields Version 2.2, http://reference.e-government.gv.at/uploads/media/OGD-Metadaten_2_2_2013_12_01.pdf data.eu Cities Federal States Ministries data.gv.at Interoperability here (where the magic happens) Source: Donau-Universität Krems, Centre for E-Governance
  41. 41. 43 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Data CATalogue Vocabulary – DCAT • RDF vocabulary to increase interoperability of data sets – Facilitate data discovery – Simplify consumption of multiple data sources • 2013: W3C Working Draft http://www.w3.org/TR/vocab-dcat/ Prefix Namespace dcat http://www.w3.org/ns/dcat# dct http://purl.org/dc/terms/ foaf http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/ rdfs http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema# skos http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/core# vcard http://www.w3.org/2006/vcard/ns# OGD Metadata AT Optional Fields
  42. 42. 44 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Mapping - DCAT-AP – EUROVOC http://eurovoc.europa.eu/drupal/ DCAT-AP • DCAT Profile to describe public sector data and information • Facilitate portal search spanning EU member states and different public sectors by exchanging metadata. • Support the vision to realise an EU open data portal
  43. 43. 45 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Aim: OGD for Innovation & economic growth DCAT-AP – Schematic Overview EXPLORE FIND IDENTIFY SELECT OBTAIN Public admi nistrations Busi nesses Standar disation bodi es Academia Data Portal Data Portal Data Portal Data Portal Data Portal Data Portal Metadata Broker Data Consumers
  44. 44. 46 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Open Data Portal Companies, R&D & CSO Source: www.opendataportal.at Open Gov Data Portal Source: www.data.gv.at UN Public Service Award
  45. 45. 47 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) 1,446 Datasets 254 Apps, Visualisations, Ideas Data Source: www.data.gv.atSource: Donau-Universität Krems, Centre for E-Governance FactorsTransport Weather Car2GoBike2Go HealthLuftwerte Traffic Flow Uber Taxi Accident Statistics Public Transport Expenses By Food Shared Riding … … Source: Donau-Universität Krems, Centre for E-Governance Picture Source: cc by tobi_digital
  46. 46. 48 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Code Sharing - Code 4 America / Europe Website: http://codeforeurope.net/ Result: 1 Data Set: 15 Apps Source www.data.gv.atDataset: http://data.gv.at/datensatz/?id=add66f20-d033-4eee-b9a0-47019828e698 Source www.data.gv.atDataset: http://data.gv.at/datensatz/?id=add66f20-d033-4eee-b9a0-47019828e698
  47. 47. 49 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) US-Freedom of Information Act Website: www.foia.gov Aim: OGD for strengthening Democracy (transparency & accountability +participatory governance)
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  49. 49. 51 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Aim: OGD for internal value for the public sector itself Source: Transparenzgesetz.at Ask the state!
  50. 50. 52 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Community Building ExternalInternal Open “Society” Data (Companies / CSO /Individuals) Open “Grey” Data (Government owned companies & organizations) Open Government Data Shared Extranet Data (Internal shared data between different organizations) Shared Internal Data (Internal shared Data) Closed Internal Data (Department owned closed but located data) Data Platforms  from closed to open Source: Donau-Universität Krems, Centre for E-Governance
  51. 51. 53 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Open3 (CSO) http://open3.at/ Open Knowledge Foundation Austria https://okfn.org/
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  53. 53. 55 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Integration of Data into the Policy Cycle Policy discussion Policy formation Policy Acceptance Provision of means Implementation Evaluation Agenda Setting David Nachmias und Claire Felbinger, „Utilization in the Policy Cycle: Directions for Research“, Review of Policy Research 2, Nr. 2 (1982): 300–308; Judith V. May und Aaron Wildavsky, The Policy Cycle (London: Sage, 1978). ExternalInternal Closed internal Data Open Data Second & Third Party Data Databases File Systems User Generated Content Data Business Intell. Data Mining Visualization Big Data Analytics … … Source: Donau-Universität Krems, Centre for E-Governance Governance for Data Driven Int. E-Mail Server … …
  54. 54. 56 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Dr. Peter Parycek, MSc Donau-Universität Krems Centre for E-Governance peter.parycek@donau-uni.ac.at
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  56. 56. 58 Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference Heeyoon Choi (Director, Information Service Center, Korea Institute of Science & Technology(KISTI)) Keynote Speaker 4 Biography Heeyoon Choi is Director of the Information Service Center in Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information(KISTI). Before coming to KISTI, she worked for POSCO research Institute(POSRI) as director of Knowledge Asset Center. She has been involved in various information activities domestic and worldwide, as president of Korea Knowledge Information Committee, and the vice president of Korea Knowledge Innovation Association, Korea Knowledge Creation Committee and Academic Society of Information management and Korea Library Association. She was also a member of the ICSTI Executive Board as vice president, and adjunt. Professor of OCLC. Recently she worked as visiting scholar at School of Information Studies in University of Maryland. Now. she is a fellow of President’s Committee on Library & Information Policy and professor of Knowledge Information Science in UST..She holds masters and Ph.D in Information Science from Yonsei University in Korea where she reached informetrics and knowledge management, and CSS from Dominican University in United States. Her particular interests are in STI Policy, knowledge ecology and scholarly communications issues from open data, open access to open science.
  57. 57. 59 Daegu&Gyeongbuk,Korea,11-13December,2014. AsianHubConferenceonTripleHelix&NetworkSciences(DISC2014) Current Status and Future of Science andTechnology Information Service in Korea: KISTI Service 3.0 Heeyoon Choi Director of Information Service Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Deajeon, Republic of Korea E-mail: hychoi@kisti.re.kr Abstract KISTI has played the vital role as National Science & Technology Information Center to provide information service covering entire life cycle of R&D activities in Korea. KISTI is driving information service strategy called KISTI service 3.0 for leading R&D information environment. Thru this, KISTI can provide value-added information service by developing open STI platform from information search to information analytics for information aided innovation and problem-solving. Keywords: Science & Technology Information (STI), Service Innovation, Service Strategy, Value-added Service, Information Analytics
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