Hyunmin Yoon

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the biological, mental, social, moral, and educational perceptions of young children of the intelligent robot iRobiQ and to explore the effects of user experience on them. The interview was conducted with 111 five-year-old children attending two kindergartens and two childcare centers in which iRobiQ had been(More)
This study sought to examine the relevancy of computer utilization by young children to their use of robots. To that end, in July 2009, a survey was conducted targeting 36 parents and 2 teachers of 3- and 5-year-old children at G Kindergarten located in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, which uses education robots for young children. Questionnaire-based(More)
In this paper, we present a lag-based load balancing approach to achieve global fairness with the Linux CFS (Completely Fair Scheduler). Lag of each task is defined as the ideal CPU time it should have received minus the actual CPU time it has received. The proposed approach monitors the lag of each task at runtime and moves tasks to underloaded processors(More)
AUTOSAR is a standard framework that aims to address many software challenges such as composability, reusability and interoperability during automotive system development. To overcome these challenges, its specifications provide a basic infrastructure for software architecture, application interfaces, and development methodology, but still leave many(More)
Automated testing is increasingly becoming an essential part of software development as it significantly reduces laborious and time-consuming manual efforts. By automatically constructing and executing test cases with minimal manual work, automated testing promises high productivity, better coverage, and reduced cost. However, there still exist many(More)
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