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The impact of new technologies in the field of tourism services

2018 Risk in Contemporary Economy  
The phenomenon itself has implications both for the tourism service consumer, and for the entities listed above.  ...  Electronic tourism is part of the electronic commerce and it brings together some of the fastest growing technologies, such as the information technology and communications, the hospitality industry, and  ...  Over the next five years, global IP networks will support 10 billion new devices and connections, up from 16.3 billion in 2015 to 26.3 billion by 2020.  ... 
doi:10.26397/rce2067053230 doaj:b78802f0a7734505a792d3420d541ea8 fatcat:dp23nivpk5btppl4v5g2qcxine

Holistic generational offsets: Fostering a primitive online abstraction for human vs. machine cognition [article]

Shaun C. D'Souza, Hussain Boxwala, Sudharshan Reddy, Annapurna Patcharla, Suman Mishra, Swaminathan Gopalakrishnan, Harsha Jawagal
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We propose a unified architecture for next generation cognitive, low cost, mobile internet. The end user platform is able to scale as per the application and network requirements.  ...  The architecture is a super-set to present day infrastructure web computing. The Java virtual machine (JVM) derives from the stack architecture.  ...  The protocol stacks comprising the future semantic web data are as Figure 10 . • Web N. The internet is increasingly accessible to more than 10 billion users.  ... 
arXiv:1810.03955v2 fatcat:evtnl6khondwxfb7rsf5ep7xeq

Towards next generation mobile applications for MOPS: Investigating emerging patterns to derive future requirements

Tamara Ginige, Athula Ginige
2011 2011 International Conference on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer)  
We also identified connectivity and empowerment provided in Web 2.0 based applications were major reasons for the rapid growth of the social networking and micro blogging web applications.  ...  At the top there are about 1.5 billion users who have access to modern networks using their computers and Smartphones.  ...  Being able to make social connections further facilitated the rapid growth of web users.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icter.2011.6075035 fatcat:6chwjmw3cjeehkeqfadtcjvyzm

Trumble of E-Commerce on Indias Commerce Clicks V/S Bricks

2018 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
A growing user base in small towns and rural areas and the need for convenience and choice have become major drivers of the usage of electronic retailing by the country's young consumers.  ...  But the present situation Depicts that the companies are trapping the customers with discounts totally with app based selling  ...  The online user base is expected to cross 300 million in the next 2-3 years and a larger percentage of people are expected to transact online by 2016-17.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2018.4550 fatcat:pkgutx2lw5ffphfah7ctmsl6pq

Page 89 of SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal Vol. 122, Issue 6 [page]

2013 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
User advantages of Web app: dits predict 100 billion mobile apps will be downloaded in 2015 [hese apps are installed and not usually available via a mobile Web browser.  ...  Many of these apps have con nection to cloud resources for storage or a database The next segment at 9 o'clock is the Web app. This was described earlier.  ... 


Karol Król, Uniwersytet Rolniczy w Krakowie, Jozef Halva, Alexandra Pagáč Mokrá, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
2020 Geomatics, Landmanagement and Landscape  
The performance testing was run on a prototype of an interactive map component of the zoom-lens type using selected web applications.  ...  Study showed that satisfying measurement results of indices in relation to the time of loading of the component in the browser window are associated with a small size of the component.  ...  The company's data sources estimate that in the next three years, we will see the number of mobile device users increase to 7.33 billion [Statista 2020].  ... 
doi:10.15576/gll/2020.3.55 fatcat:g5s2garlirbyzkhs4yvjh2quxe

Big graph mining for the web and social media

U. Kang, Leman Akoglu, Duen Horng Chau
2014 Proceedings of the 7th ACM international conference on Web search and data mining - WSDM '14  
Graphs are everywhere in our lives: social networks, the World Wide Web, biological networks, and many more. These graphs are growing at unprecedented rate, now exceeding billions of nodes and edges.  ...  And what kind of real-world problems, associated with the Web and social media, can we solve with such tools? These are exactly the goals of this tutorial.  ...  Polo is the only two-time Symantec fellow. His NetProbe auction fraud detection system appeared on The Wall Street Journal, CNN, TV and radio.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556195.2556198 dblp:conf/wsdm/KangAC14 fatcat:fbe7ciirlzd3xm42h3y67bw77i


Kateryna Lukyanenko, Dmytro Sikora
2017 Polonia University Scientific Journal  
The article gives a definition of an adaptive design and reveals its basic principles.  ...  The importance and relevance of a responsive design at this stage are supported by the data from global statistical studies as well as visits statistics of Kryvyi Rih Economic Institute's official Internet  ...  , The Boston Globe, The Time, Mashable, TechСrunch, The Next Web, Gizmodo.  ... 
doi:10.23856/2214 fatcat:cvu5liwvsrc7flfw43gr36aafi

The Effects of Globalization and Cyber Security on Smart Cities

Zsolt Szabo
2019 Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems  
The main players in the economy of the future are cities. States and local governments alone cannot respond to the challenges of global urbanization and environmental issues.  ...  In the development of smart cities, players of the economy and the city dwellers themselves play a more and more important role.  ...  IoT devices that are connected to the Internet but do not have a password set, or are often operated with the initial settings, are likely candidates to be targeted next.  ... 
doi:10.7906/indecs.17.3.10 fatcat:mceodqykgbbwjhpu52zs2cotne

Web 2.0 Socail Network Sites And Facebook Marketing

Andreas Chang
2011 Binus Business Review  
The use of Web 2.0 and Social Network Sites (SNS) has become an amazing phenomenon. In fact, one of the fastest-growing arenas of the World Wide Web is the space of so-called social networking sites.  ...  Face book, Tweeter, MySpace and other Social Network Sites have huge population of users.  ...  a list of other users with whom they share a connection, and (3) view and traverse their list of connections and those made by others within the system.  ... 
doi:10.21512/bbr.v2i1.1181 fatcat:74kwxaemafco3eirucxf2vt3xi

Internet users [chapter]

2015 OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard  
This paper seems to discuss the trend at which internet users and subscriber build trust on the World Wide Web and the effects of this trusteeship.  ...  Ensuring trust on the Internet is the key to doing business on the Web, today, and in the future.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I wish to acknowledge the entire stuff of Int. College of Beijing University of Technology.  ... 
doi:10.1787/sti_scoreboard-2015-50-en fatcat:uvrgecwlh5eq5erchxfq3ii7s4

The Visual-Cognitive Model for Internet Advertising in Online Market Places

Efosa C. Idemudia
2014 nternational Journal of Online Marketing  
Also, the VC model shows that perceived security of online banner ads, matches between web users' needs and banner ad contents, and perceived familiarity of online banner ads have positive and significant  ...  An experiment was conducted in which independent variables such as familiarity of online banner ads, perceived security of online banner ads, and matches between web users' needs and banner ad content  ...  Internationally, there are more than two billion web users implementing Connect Inc.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijom.2014070103 fatcat:o4wwzygdbfbddpjv5py5bisuqi


Mercia Coetzee, Annette Wilkinson, Daleen Krige
2016 Communitas  
The purpose of this article is to present a brief overview of the evolution of the Internet and the WWW in order to draw a "map" of the rapidly evolving and ever-changing social media landscape.  ...  The mapping exercise leads to an overview of the most prominent features of social media tools and applications.  ...  By adding emotional features to these intelligent devices, the next step will be the development of Web 5.0.  ... 
doi:10.18820/24150525/comm.v21.12 fatcat:qfqomj3cmjdohb64xmoa4sz7vm

Characterizing Web user sessions

Martin Arlitt
2000 Performance Evaluation Review  
Abstract This paper presents a detailed characterization of user sessions to the 1998 World Cup Web site.  ...  This paper presents a detailed characterization of user sessions to the 1998 World Cup Web site. This study analyzes data that was collected from the World Cup site over a three month period.  ...  The Web site for this tournament was quite popular, receiving more than one billion requests during the course of the tournament.  ... 
doi:10.1145/362883.362920 fatcat:akaxdbxz7zc2rpkwxidmnxhllm

How the Internet of Things changes everything: The next stage of the digital revolution

Kate Carruthers
2014 Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy  
It provides an overview of this next phase of the digital revolution that is underpinned by the growth of the social web, web 2.0, and the convergence of technologies such as mobile and ubiquitous broadband  ...  APIs became prevalent during the growth of the social web in the period from 2004 and are an important enabler of connectivity between devices in the Internet of Things.  ... 
doi:10.7790/ajtde.v2n4.69 fatcat:5bx24l4x7zbjfde6nw2bev3dje
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