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A Graph Retrieval Architecture and System for Online Sign Language Dictionary- with an application to Taiwanese Sign Language

Chang-Ling Hsu, Yen-Ju Tsai, Ray-I Chang
2022 International Journal of Mathematics and Computers in Simulation  
And, GRSS adopting RDF technology can improve the performance of GRSS without adopting RDF technology.  ...  Thirdly, previous works of sign language gloves can convert the visual symbols into the graphic features, but only part of the symbols, ignoring the symbols of expression and relative direction.  ...  Such a body language is composed of a visual symbol-portfolio, such as hand-shapes, facial expressions and movements. A word in sign language dictionary includes text symbols and visual symbols.  ... 
doi:10.46300/9102.2022.16.1 fatcat:uyzh2cdb2ratlp7kpvg3x74mr4

The Role of Signaling Identity in the Adoption of Personal Technologies

Alessandro Arbore, Isabella Soscia, Richard Bagozzi
2014 Journal of the AIS  
However, the more we move toward personal and ubiquitous technologies, the more we need to broaden and deepen our understanding of the symbolic aspects of adoption.  ...  Research Article We explore symbolic determinants of technology acceptance to complement more functional frameworks and better predict decisions to adopt information appliances.  ...  This study conceptualizes the symbolic value of adopting personal technologies, incorporates it into IT adoption models, and empirically tests it.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00352 fatcat:zhkvzblw7fhupmi2sh3umlnijq

Page 669 of American Anthropologist Vol. 113, Issue 4 [page]

2011 American Anthropologist  
biological reproduction and its technological siblings than it was before.  ...  In telling each story Dubinsky simultaneously recognizes the symbolic force of the child stealing i in Guatemalan transnational adoptions and the much larger political and social entanglements and investments  ... 

Symbolic narratives and the role of meaning: Encountering technology in South African primary education

Sabiescu Amalia
2016 South African Journal of Information and Communication  
, as key factors affecting the adoption, appropriation and use of educational technology in urban poor and under-resourced environments.  ...  These encounters give rise to meaningful representations of technology that ultimately transform both the teaching and learning process, and culminate in the emergence of "symbolic narratives": complex  ...  adoption and appropriation in scholarly environments.  ... 
doi:10.23962/10539/21654 fatcat:pxkymppjpzgwbntek7f7sny3rm

An Interactive Communication Technology Adoption Model

Carolyn A. Lin
2003 Communication Theory  
symbols, cognitive products, and interactive relations.  ...  Yet even when objective technology attributes are positive by nature, they can still be negatively perceived by potential adopters.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2885.2003.tb00296.x fatcat:4t7qwvtwkbcuvf2qdrlduzep5a

Integrating TTF and TAM Perspectives to Expla in Mobile Knowledge Work Adoption

DongSheng Liu, Hao Tian, Bei Wang, Shimin Huang
2011 Journal of Convergence Information Technology  
The conclusion for this model is as follow: a) two basic characteristics of mobile work and support from up-level managers in a firm are the preconditions whether service will be adopted. b) task-technology  ...  It is an advanced research subject to information technology as well as a great influence to the development of mobile work that how mobile work service is adopted and how it provides effectiveness.  ...  Such as Benslimane, Plaisent and Bernard used TTF in the adoption studies of E-Commerce technology and so on [21] .  ... 
doi:10.4156/jcit.vol6.issue4.7 fatcat:eportanrhncmliu5xnihvtxfly

Requesting Pervasive Services by Touching RFID Tags

J. Riekki, T. Salminen, I. Alakarppa
2006 IEEE pervasive computing  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The National Technology Agency of Finland funded this work. We thank all the personnel in the CAPNET program and the participating companies.  ...  We also acknowledge Simo Hosio, Marketta Heinonen, and Heikki Laaksamo for creating the test environment, designing the visual tags, and specifying the EPC representation, respectively.  ...  And while designing unambiguous symbols is a challenge, such symbols (perhaps wellknown local symbols) in the user interface can help promote acceptance of new technology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2006.12 fatcat:aw3522fwtzfu5fqhxfdeyyzv5q

The Social Fabric and Innovation Diffusion: Symbolic Adoption of Food Irradiation

Stephen G. Sapp, Peter F. Korsching
2004 Rural Sociology  
' symbolic adoption of food irradiation.  ...  The results suggest that confidence in social institutions might be a determinant as well as an outcome of adoption decisions.  ...  symbolic adoption and shifts in symbolic adoption.  ... 
doi:10.1526/0036011041730491 fatcat:zqeo7ujjxjgzjp6d67fu2mqwia

Technology and Culture in the Invention of Lost-wax Casting in South America: an Archaeometric and Ethnoarchaeological Perspective

Marcos Martinón-Torres, María Alicia Uribe-Villegas
2015 Cambridge Archaeological Journal  
The focus on wax and its symbolic role may help explain both the invention and the adoption of the new technology, thus subsuming these two categories that those studying innovations tend to separate heuristically  ...  The invention and spread of lost-wax casting in South America is not amenable to explanations based on the concepts of practical or prestige technologies.  ...  , Juanita Sáenz Samper and Jose Socarrás.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0959774314001164 fatcat:2sl2bu3nxrd4tjrncq5us455em

How a Smart Technology Imposed by an Organization Can Arouse Ambivalent Psychological Empowerment: An Approach Leveraging the Theory of Social Representations

2021 Journal of Organizational Psychology  
to the dimensions of the construct: forced autonomy (self-determination dimension), symbolic ambivalence of modernity (meaning), and ambivalence of artificial intelligence (impact dimension).  ...  The present research applies the conceptual background of psychological empowerment to explore customer cognitions regarding smart technologies, particularly when deployment is imposed by an organization  ...  Indeed, previous literature on personal technologies adoption has shown that self-identity, signaling one's desired self through personal self-identity, is a strong symbolic determinant of technology acceptance  ... 
doi:10.33423/jop.v21i3.4315 fatcat:tj3k64gj3re4ba6c2imqwrluaa

Logic-Based Technologies for Intelligent Systems: State of the Art and Perspectives

Roberta Calegari, Giovanni Ciatto, Enrico Denti, Andrea Omicini
2020 Information  
logic-based approaches as well as those that are more likely to adopt logic-based approaches in the future.  ...  Along this line, this paper provides an overview of logic-based approaches and technologies by sketching their evolution and pointing out their main application areas.  ...  In fact, more and more industries are adopting and applying state-of-the-art AI techniques, to actively pursue challenging business objectives.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info11030167 fatcat:e3wed54dyzabldrnml7khx37te

The Impact of Functional Affordances and Symbolic Expressions on the Formation of Beliefs

Daniel Grgecic, Roland Holten, Christoph Rosenkranz
2015 Journal of the AIS  
Research on IS success and IT adoption has shown that object-based beliefs about IT systems have a profound impact on subsequent IT usage.  ...  However, we still lack knowledge on and need to identify antecedents and determinants of object-based beliefs in order to understand how the belief formation process works and how it can be influenced.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Paul Pavlou, the senior editor, and the anonymous reviewers for their constructive feedback and suggestions that helped enormously to improve the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00402 fatcat:e3nvslumpfglrckl3rmvqp3ofy

Product traits, decision-makers, and household low-carbon technology adoptions: moving beyond single empirical studies

Emily Schulte, Fabian Scheller, Wilmer Pasut, Thomas Bruckner
2022 Energy Research & Social Science  
, symbolic, normative, effort and technical considerations preceding adoption.  ...  In this paper, this research gap is addressed by deriving a decision framework for residential decision-making, suggesting that traits of decision subject and object are determinants of financial, environmental  ...  difficult [31, 45], PV adoption [66], and micro-generation technologies in general [67].  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.erss.2021.102313 fatcat:o62o3k6esbdmte27xmdijmcpvi

Editorial Introduction

Vladimir Zwass
1996 Journal of Management Information Systems  
However, no such fit is found in the object-oriented domain.  ...  Long-term usefulness is reflected, for example, in the user’s career prospects and symbolic gains, such as enhanced status.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1996.11518119 fatcat:f6jc6qisjzg7lfn6lc2z7nypou

Сluster of design objects images in aesthetic and social, economic, and technological systems

Vladislav Zhukov, Anastasia Smirnova, Alina Vorobyova, Ksenia Kosyakova, V. Breskich, S. Uvarova
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
To create images of design objects – edged weapons, represented by visual-symbolic cognitive information dynamic systems (VKIDS) with locally stable structures (LUS) in the development of cognitive technologies  ...  RESULTS: the morphogenesis of images of objects of design, represented by a cluster of bladed weapons and logotypes decor and marks of identification, as a result of cognitive technologies in the creation  ...  : -in accessories of jewellery and semiotic value, both traditional content and author's content; -in symbolic and symbolic systems that reflect the social and technological mentality of design objects  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202124405034 fatcat:tcjzoynvbjdzhho5bobwkfrlzm
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