A Study on the Design of Humane Animal Care System and Java Implementation

Hui-Su Gong, Sunghyun Weon and Jun-Ho Huh
Volume: 14, No: 5, Page: 1225 ~ 1236, Year: 2018
Keywords: Animal Care, Artificial Intelligence, BPM, Design, Humane Animal Care, Intelligent Agent, Software Engineering
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Nowadays, the number of pets in the Republic of Korea (ROK) is continuously growing, and people’s perception of animals is changing. Accordingly, new systems and services for them are emerging. Despite such changes, there are still many serious problems such as animal cruelty, abandonment, and factory-type breeding places. In this study, we have conducted a research on the design of a humane animal care system and its implementation with Java. The methodology involved in the design will enable managing animals' safety and health by systematically categorizing and studying each health-related issue for protection. Moreover, with this methodology, animals can avert risks through periodic examinations, and the analyzed data will be useful in managing animals efficiently. Thus, this paper proposes a system that monitors whether the owners actually carry out such obligation. Authors expect this convenient, easily accessible system to lead to a more humane approach to the animals they own. The authors plan to establish an animal care network together with local animal associations for the active promotion of the system implemented in this study, in the hope that the network will be extended nationwide.

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IEEE Style
H. Gong, S. Weon and J. Huh, "A Study on the Design of Humane Animal Care System and Java Implementation," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 1225~1236, 2018. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.02.0096.

ACM Style
Hui-Su Gong, Sunghyun Weon, and Jun-Ho Huh. 2018. A Study on the Design of Humane Animal Care System and Java Implementation, Journal of Information Processing Systems, 14, 5, (2018), 1225~1236. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.02.0096.