Cost effectiveness methodology for evaluating Korean international communication system alternatives.
Hwang, Tae Kyun.
Jones, Carl R.
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Cost and Effectiveness models are developed by using of cost-effectiveness technique for fiber optic cable and satellite communication media. The models are applied to the Korean international communication problem. Alternative selection is required since the two medias different in cost and effectiveness. The major difficulties encountered were data gathering and measuring the effectiveness of the Korean international network. The research recommends the use of a cost-effectiveness methodology and suggests are provided for future Korean communications.
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