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Trust-based recommendation systems in Internet of Things: a systematic literature review

Venus Mohammadi, Amir Masoud Rahmani, Aso Mohammed Darwesh, Amir Sahafi
2019 Human-Centric Computing and Information Sciences  
In this paper, we present a systematic literature review (SLR) of trust based IoT recommendation techniques so far.  ...  However, as far as we know, against the centrality of trust-based recommendation mechanisms in the IoT environment, there is no ambient study for investigating its techniques.  ...  Al-Turjman [33] investigated a value exchanged based caching framework, called Cognitive Caching approach for the Future Fog (CCFF), used in fog and Information Centric Sensor Networks (ICSNs), where  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13673-019-0183-8 fatcat:ckozm3ixungbvpc37agoxc5arm

Analysis of the interplay between knowledge and performance management in industrial clusters

Rafael Henrique Palma Lima, Luiz Cesar Ribeiro Carpinetti
2012 Knowledge Management Research & Practice  
Taking this into account, this paper aims to explore the interplay between both topics using a case study conducted in a collaborative network formed within a cluster.  ...  Companies often take part in collaborative initiatives with local partners while also taking advantage of knowledge spillovers to benefit from locating in a cluster.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful for the support provided by the Brazilian Ministry of Education and CAPES (Brazilian sponsor) during this research project.  ... 
doi:10.1057/kmrp.2012.23 fatcat:aqjymjut4rduxhugbsuelpw67i

Possibilities for global governance of converging technologies

Mihail C. Roco
2007 Journal of nanoparticle research  
This paper focuses on the progress made in governance of such converging, emerging technologies and suggests possibilities for a global approach.  ...  The convergence of nanotechnology, modern biology, the digital revolution and cognitive sciences will bring about tremendous improvements in transformative tools, generate new products and services, enable  ...  Acknowledgements This paper is an extension of the chapter ''Progress in Governance of Converging Technologies Integrated from the Nanoscale'' (M. Roco) in Bainbridge and Roco (2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11051-007-9269-8 fatcat:prku57n4undgjl5cyxep6jvn6y

Critical Literature Review: The Roles of Organization Behaviour, Corporate Governance and Supply Chain Management in the Measurement of Performance for Commercial Enterprises in a Global Knowledge Economy [chapter]

Alex Manzoni, Sardar M.N. Islam
2009 Contributions to Management Science  
For example, augmented cognition focuses on the computer deducing a decision-maker's cognitive state with the aim of somehow enhancing it because we live in an era of 'continuous partial attention' where  ...  These characteristics highlight the necessity for communication and collaboration in the relationship with a commitment to trust, shared values and aligned goals.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7908-2170-3_2 fatcat:e3ds5cxgtbg25ftyto2vpwzsv4

Interdisciplinary Nature of Nanoscience: Implications for Education [chapter]

Anna-Leena Kähkönen, Antti Laherto, Anssi Lindell, Suvi Tala
2016 Science Policy Reports  
Finally, the complete picture of interdisciplinarity comprises both cognitive and socio-psychological elements; the discipline as a body and production methodology of knowledge, and the social body of  ...  It is clear from a multitude of case studies that a minimum requirement for successful interdisciplinarity is that the participants learn to see the situation from the viewpoints of collaborators with  ...  into the history of dye-sensitized solar cells.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-31833-2_2 fatcat:hdtyztvdvzfyxaia2fmxayqhrq

Measurement in metrology, psychology and social sciences: data generation traceability and numerical traceability as basic methodological principles applicable across sciences

Jana Uher
2020 Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology  
Transdisciplinary and philosophy-of-science analyses are used to compare metrologists' structural framework of physical measurement with psychologists' and social scientists' fiat measurement of constructs  ...  for measurement. (1) Data generation traceability requires that numerical assignments depend on the properties to be quantified in the study objects (object-dependence).  ...  Acknowledgements The author thanks the editor and four reviewers for their constructive comments on  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11135-020-00970-2 fatcat:vrwc6a7tsjbk5jytxc3zg34bf4

Data provenance, curation and quality in metrology [article]

James Cheney, Adriane Chapman, Joy Davidson, Alistair Forbes
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Data metrology -- the assessment of the quality of data -- particularly in scientific and industrial settings, has emerged as an important requirement for the UK National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and  ...  Data provenance and data curation are key components for emerging understanding of data metrology. However, to date provenance research has had limited visibility to or uptake in metrology.  ...  Introduction Metrology, the science of measurement, underpins commerce and manufacturing in the UK and worldwide.  ... 
arXiv:2102.08228v1 fatcat:mwc7rw27lrazffau2pe2t6r7oy

Contextualizing Sustainable Development Metric Standards: Imagining New Entrepreneurial Possibilities

William P. Fisher
2020 Sustainability  
Attending to the differences between levels of discourse sets up new possibilities for creative and imaginative entrepreneurial approaches to viable, feasible, and desirable goals for measuring and managing  ...  This article proposes methodical, model-based ways of heeding Bateson's warning about the negative consequences for the ecology of mind that follow from ignoring the contexts of relationships.  ...  All responsibility for the content of the article remains with the author, but grateful appreciation is extended to Benjamin Wright, A.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12229661 fatcat:6movz2lmhrewfjw2elt46xwq6a

Towards radical innovations in a mature company: an empirical study on the UX-FFE model

Adrien Lecossier, Marc Pallot, Pascal Crubleau, Simon Richir
2019 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
The first part of this paper presents deeper a theoretical model, named UX-FFE, which combines a UX approach with an upstream innovation process (FFE).  ...  Finally, the third part reports about the experimentation of the UX-FFE in a mature company.  ...  Authors wish to acknowledge the support, openness, and willingness of SOURIAU ESTERLINE to explore a new approach for generating radical innovations.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060419000118 fatcat:lazseqh7p5haxfcbmv3g4delmu

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2016 The Foundation Review  
Acknowledgments The author would like to acknowledge and thank Patrick Horvath and Dace West for their contributions. They offered valuable guidance, historical insight, and context.  ...  Measures reflecting changes in grantmaking among network members, increased availability of behavioral health services for children and families, and progress by network members in their own collaborative  ...  Measures reflecting changes in grantmaking among network members, increased availability of behavioral health services for children and families, and progress by network members in their own collaborative  ... 
doi:10.9707/1944-5660.1330 fatcat:i326gojspbfm5ksll2st4gfz5m

Innovative and Responsible Governance of Nanotechnology for Societal Development [chapter]

Mihail C. Roco, Barbara Harthorn, David Guston, Philip Shapira
2011 Nanotechnology Research Directions for Societal Needs in 2020  
Vision for the next decade Changes in the vision over the last 10 years Nanotechnology has been defined as "a multidisciplinary field in support of a broad-based technology to reach mass use by 2020, offering  ...  Intuitive Toxicology and Public Engagement (NIRT) North Carolina State University Data base and innovation timeline for nanotechnology University of California Los Angeles Social and ethical dimensions  ...  Although based in Tempe, Arizona, CNS-ASU has major partnerships with the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Georgia Institute of Technology, plus a network of other collaborators in the United States  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-1168-6_14 fatcat:hlkccrqpdjgcvpyp24ri26xrru

Innovative and responsible governance of nanotechnology for societal development

Mihail C. Roco, Barbara Harthorn, David Guston, Philip Shapira
2011 Journal of nanoparticle research  
Vision for the next decade Changes in the vision over the last 10 years Nanotechnology has been defined as "a multidisciplinary field in support of a broad-based technology to reach mass use by 2020, offering  ...  Intuitive Toxicology and Public Engagement (NIRT) North Carolina State University Data base and innovation timeline for nanotechnology University of California Los Angeles Social and ethical dimensions  ...  Although based in Tempe, Arizona, CNS-ASU has major partnerships with the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Georgia Institute of Technology, plus a network of other collaborators in the United States  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11051-011-0454-4 fatcat:ptzgt73jlvb63brfoyv6qd755y

Seeing, Knowing, and Regulating Financial Markets: Moving the Cognitive Framework from the Economic to the Social

Julia Black
2013 Social Science Research Network  
To that end, the article develops a social conception of financial markets, drawing on institutionalist theories, social network theories, and the sociology of science and technology, including technical  ...  This article argues that in order to regulate financial markets, we need a more sophisticated and realistic cognitive framework through which to analyse their dynamics and on which to base their regulation  ...  Etzioni, The Moral Dimension: Towards a New Economics (New York, The Free Press, 1988). 124 For an interesting analysis which focuses not so much on social networks but on the role of proxies in decision  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2346098 fatcat:a2qn2epyezbc7ig236tkjvxn5m

Innovative and Responsible Governance of Converging Technologies [chapter]

Mihail C. Roco, David Rejeski, George Whitesides, Jake Dunagan, Alexander MacDonald, Erik Fisher, George Thompson, Robert Mason, Rosalyn Berne, Richard Appelbaum, David Feldman, Mark Suchman
2013 Science Policy Reports  
Below are three illustrations of government investment, in information technology, the Human Genome Project, and the National Nanotechnology Initiative.  ...  Emerging technologies have the promise to bring higher than normal returns on public and private investment because of their transforming and disruptive nature.  ...  Here, the main concern is how well we can construct a collaboration system based on a "connect and development" approach between creative human resources.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02204-8_10 fatcat:dd5er3lpwvhs5bvxjj2l2rytd4

Research on the Prewarning Model of Relationship Risk Levels in Industry Collaborative Innovation Alliances across Provinces in China

Liufang Yu, Caiyun Chen
2021 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
Based on the fitting results, the research has gained the relationship risk prewarning model in industry collaborative innovation alliances by using the collaborative degree as an independent variable.  ...  However, it is difficult for innovation subjects to quantify the risks for industry collaborative innovation alliances due to the complexity, nonlinear, and dynamic condition.  ...  Acknowledgments is research was supported by the Hubei Province Education Science and Technology Foundation (Grant no.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/3176504 doaj:623b0a65919441b1bbc27a14a160b6a5 fatcat:loeag45jsjgytfpugapvfihfd4
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