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The Lifetime of Email Messages

Tarfah Alrashed, Ahmed Hassan Awadallah, Susan Dumais
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Human Information Interaction&Retrieval - CHIIR '18  
We complement the log analysis with a survey to understand the motivation behind revisits and the types of emails that are revisited.  ...  The survey results show that 73% of the visits are to find information (e.g. a link or document, instructions to perform a task, or answers to questions), while 20% of revisits are to respond to the email  ...  Accessing attachments occurs roughly the same proportion of the time regardless of the strategy used to revisit the message (only 3% more likely after browsing).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3176349.3176398 dblp:conf/chiir/AlrashedAD18 fatcat:xur5ir7wijf3vfq54fbqjospfe

Should high response rates really be a primary objective?

Koen Beullens, Geert Loosveldt
2012 Survey Practice  
Should high response rates really be a primary objective?  ...  Koen Beullens, Geert Loosveldt Survey Practice These three strategies can be compared to a random allocation strategy. Here, every nonresponding unit has an equal probability of being revisited.  ...  Indeed, as the proportion of nonresponse is relatively low, the potential for bias to occur is rather limited.  ... 
doi:10.29115/sp-2012-0019 fatcat:wne6ays7hfgfzetamge4ph3ncu

The Influence of Consumer Affinity on Revisit Intention over time——A Case Study Chinese Tourists' Perception of Thailand

Yan-ping Shi, K.H.M. Mansur, Y. Fu
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
Revisiting tourists can bring great benefits to the tourism industry, which has attracted the attention of scholars, but few scholars have studied the consumer affinity as the influence factor of the revisit  ...  The study found that cultural affinity and people affinity have a significant positive impact on short-term revisit intention, cultural affinity has a significant positive impact on mid-term revisit intention  ...  and the formulation of the marketing strategy of the international tourism company of our country.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202125101012 fatcat:hosjrxqqgjestdmg6ey3av47su

Primary triage nurses do not divert patients away from the emergency department at times of high in-hospital bed occupancy - a retrospective cohort study

Mathias C Blom, Karin Erwander, Lars Gustafsson, Mona Landin-Olsson, Fredrik Jonsson, Kjell Ivarsson
2016 BMC Emergency Medicine  
The appropriateness of discharges from primary triage is assessed by 72-h revisits to the ED.  ...  Among the cases referred to another level of care, 8.8 % made an unplanned revisit to the ED within 72 h.  ...  Absolute differences of 5 % in the proportion of patients admitted to the ED and 2 % in the proportion of patients revisiting were considered clinically meaningful for study purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12873-016-0102-5 pmid:27658706 pmcid:PMC5034663 fatcat:y5qa3q6cszcw3j34svk7lna4xm

Patients presenting at the emergency department with acute abdominal pain are less likely to be admitted to inpatient wards at times of access block: a registry study

MC Blom, M. Landin–Olsson, M. Lindsten, F. Jonsson, K. Ivarsson
2015 Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine  
Methods: As a registry study of ED administrative data, the study examined a population of patients who presented with acute abdominal pain at the ED of a 420-bed hospital in southern Sweden during 2011  ...  Access block was defined in terms of hospital occupancy and the appropriateness of ED discharges addressed as 72 h revisits to the ED.  ...  We also wish to thank the Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine and Norrbottens Läns Landsting for research grants.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13049-015-0158-3 pmid:26446825 pmcid:PMC4596503 fatcat:nbitnm27rnhqdld6toqd7lsxlu

Perception of Justice, Post Service Recovery Satisfaction, Intention to Revisit and Wom Recommendations of Foreign Tourists Visiting Bali

I Nyoman Sudiarta, Ni Wayan Sri Suprapti, I Putu Gde Sukaatmadja
1970 E-Journal of Tourism  
The study also found a positive and significant effect of post-service recovery satisfaction on the intention to revisit and the intention of recommending positive WOM of foreign tourists who visited Bali  ...  The respondents of this study were foreign tourists who visited Bali and ever experienced complaint. The number of eligible samples was 100 respondents.  ...  Sampling used non-probability, i.e. using purposive sampling (Jennings, 2001) . Samples taken were as many as 150, but the number of eligible samples was 100 respondents.  ... 
doi:10.24922/eot.v1i1.13175 fatcat:kkno27t3ibhx5mi4vytc34ayni

Age-related impairments in active learning and strategic visual exploration

Kelly L. Brandstatt, Joel L. Voss
2014 Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience  
Subjects controlled visual exploration during active learning, thus permitting the use of strategies, whereas strategies were limited during passive learning via predetermined exploration patterns.  ...  Exploration patterns were used to identify a learning strategy involving repeat viewing.  ...  (A) The overall proportion of transitions categorized as involving spontaneous revisitation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnagi.2014.00019 pmid:24592236 pmcid:PMC3924049 fatcat:wwbcasmd2bh2xbfkbx3wfbm5lu

Investigating Relationships Between Combinatorial and Probabilistic Reasonings in Youth and Adult Education

Ewellen Tenorio de Lima, Rute Elizabete de Souza Rosa Borba
2020 Acta Scientiae  
À luz do aporte teórico adotado (a Teoria dos Campos Conceituais), foram consideradas as diferentes situações que atribuem sentido à Combinatória e à Probabilidade, seus respectivos invariantes e as representações  ...  Observou-se a influência da escolarização, dos tipos de problema e da ordem de apresentação destes nos desempenhos apresentados.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To the Foundation for the Support of Science and Technology of Pernambuco, for the funding granted to the master's research to which this text refers.  ... 
doi:10.17648/acta.scientiae.5383 fatcat:amcur2d4fnd7zkiip4csnyze5m

A comparison of EPI sampling, probability sampling, and compact segment sampling methods for micro and small enterprises

Li-Wei Chao, Helena Szrek, Karl Peltzer, Shandir Ramlagan, Peter Fleming, Rui Leite, Jesswill Magerman, Godfrey B. Ngwenya, Nuno Sousa Pereira, Jere Behrman
2012 Journal of Development Economics  
The results highlight the importance of revisits and accurate probability weights, but the lesser effect of proximity selection on the samples' statistical properties.  ...  This lack of a sampling frame creates an obstacle in finding a representative sample of MSEs.  ...  of the World Bank Measurement Conference.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jdeveco.2011.08.007 pmid:22582004 pmcid:PMC3347860 fatcat:ocmuh6hokjhwdjrvzxrr7762ry

Public health laboratory surveillance and diagnosis of Japanese encephalitis: Time to revisit

Manish Kakkar, Tapan N. Dhole, Elizabeth T. Rogawski, Sanjay Chaturvedi
2016 Indian Pediatrics  
Objective: We assessed detection of recent Japanese encephalitis virus infection using recommended strategy.  ...  Recent infection with Japanese encephalitis virus in 239 healthy children aged 1-15 year was detected using a combination of serology and molecular methods.  ...  The inadequately sensitive diagnostics currently in use needs urgent attention, along with revisiting of recommended laboratory diagnosis and surveillance strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13312-016-0785-4 pmid:26840668 fatcat:2xcqhwq74jbi5gxlpck3li6nhy

The effect of restaurant innovativeness on revisit intention for Mansoura Restaurants Customers

عبد القادر محمد عبد القادر, منى ابراهيم دکروري محمد, محمد هاني محمد مصطفى, اية ابراهيم المرسي شلبي
2021 المجلة المصرية للدراسات التجارية  
This study aims to investigate the direct effect of restaurant innovativeness on revisit intention for Mansoura restaurants customers.  ...  Path analysis is employed to test the research hypotheses using Smart PLS 0.3 .The results have confirmed that restaurant innovativeness is positively related to revisit intention.  ...  High qualification comprised the highest proportion 54.5% of the total sample and 41% of respondents are master's degree or higher.  ... 
doi:10.21608/alat.2021.239773 fatcat:urdoba6kxvb4vmfd56yvbyopny

Sustained arm visiting by nondeprived, nonrewarded rats in a radial maze

Donald M. Wilkie, Dave G. Mumby, Gary Needham, Michael Smeele
1992 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
Both groups of rats visited the food bait locations and made equal numbers of "errors" (i.e ., revisits to a previously visited arm).  ...  FitzGerald et al. concluded that a spontaneous tendency to avoid recently visited places, rather than a win-shift feeding strategy, was the major determinant of their rats' behavior in the radial maze.  ...  The proportion of revisits was considerably less than this number, suggesting that the rats were using some strategy such as spatialmemory to avo id reentering previously visited arms.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03330477 fatcat:df5wkaisvjd2zhdnhilf43m7fq

Aprotinin revisited

Stacia M. DeSantis, Christos Lazaridis
2013 Intensive Care Medicine  
Dear Editor, We read with great interest the article entitled ''Increased perioperative mortality following aprotinin withdrawal: a real-world analysis of blood management strategies in adult cardiac surgery  ...  Similar to Walkden et al., these two studies reported a decreased risk of blood product transfusion and a trend toward a reduced risk of renal dysfunction in the aprotinin versus the lysine analogue group  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00134-013-3130-6 pmid:24154674 pmcid:PMC5038918 fatcat:rto46yvex5gojdvzks32b7tkzi

Elevated Heart Rate and Risk of Revisit With Admission in Pediatric Emergency Patients

Carrie Daymont, Fran Balamuth, Halden F. Scott, Christopher P. Bonafide, Patrick W. Brady, Holly Depinet, Elizabeth R. Alpern
2018 Pediatric emergency care  
Last recorded ED HR discriminates poorly between children who are and are not at risk of revisit with admission in a pediatric ED.  ...  The aim of this study was to identify emergency department (ED) heart rate (HR) values that identify children at elevated risk of ED revisit with admission.  ...  The proportion of visits with a HR within 30 minutes of discharge was higher in 2014 than 2013 (p<0.001).  ... 
doi:10.1097/pec.0000000000001552 pmid:30020247 pmcid:PMC6335199 fatcat:muq6jjtdifacha7a6xuv5migle

Eye scanning of multi-element displays: I. Scanpath planning

John M. Findlay, Valerie Brown
2006 Vision Research  
We recorded oculomotor scanpaths in a task that required individuals to scan through displays consisting of a small number (between 3 and 12) of near-identical items.  ...  Evidence was found for both directional (raster-like) scanning strategies and scanning strategies based on the global external contour.  ...  In the case of visual search, the term describes processes that distribute fixations so as to sample the whole area of a search display by rendering particular regions of the visual field either more likely  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.visres.2005.06.010 pmid:16054669 fatcat:nl5rcqsz5zgstj6flspgi57lre
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