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PROTECT: Proximity-based Trust-advisor using Encounters for Mobile Societies [article]

Udayan Kumar, Gautam Thakur, Ahmed Helmy
2010 arXiv   pre-print
We utilize encounters in mobile societies in novel ways, noticing that mobility provides opportunities to build proximity, location and similarity based trust.  ...  We hope that our initial promising results open the door for further research on proximity-based trust.  ...  We utilize encounters in mobile societies in novel ways, noticing that mobility provides opportunities to build proximity, location and similarity based trust.  ... 
arXiv:1004.4326v1 fatcat:zoeguka6pnaf3fznkk6db25dli

Free Trade and Protection

1869 Scientific American  
(TOKTEN) Website: www.tokten-vn.org.vn United States Agency for International Development. www.info.usaid.gov UN Economic Commission for Africa.  ...  Institute of International Education. www.state.gov/www/regions/africa www.iie.org Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation. www.oecd.org Transfer of Knowledge Through Expatriate Nationals  ...  Although some of the arguments for trade protection are characterized as 'valid', this does not necessarily imply that protection policies should be used.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican05081869-292a fatcat:4zpqxepkufbznbgsuhou7nk4ru

PROTECTION OF DRESSINGS AND WOUNDS BY CLING FILM

Danish Imran, Elaine Sassoon, Darren Lewis
2004 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery  
The authors presented their method of using various-size Penrose drains rolled in a proximal direction to the base of a digit to exsanguinate and maintain a bloodless field in the digit during procedures  ...  A proximally based flap of the antihelix was designed and elevated, with rotation and advancement providing complete closure of the defect.  ...  They are seldom encountered in the face, hands, lower legs, and feet. Toe lipomas are rare and are represented in only a few articles.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.prs.0000107737.67371.d7 pmid:15108929 fatcat:f7p6wd3wobhoxmtosr56waoyau

Domestic abuse and older people: factors influencing help-seeking

Sarah Wydall, Rebecca Zerk
2017 Journal of Adult Protection  
Thank you also to the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and recommendations that led to an improvement in the paper.  ...  We would also like to give special thanks to Professor Alan Clarke at Aberystwyth University, Department of Law and Criminology, for his helpful comments and suggestions.  ...  However, for men there is a lack of information on their sense of attachment to the community and wider society.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jap-03-2017-0010 fatcat:xrzwja3ax5hfbhwruzug7vegti

Constitutionality and the Co-Management of Protected Areas: Reflections from Cameroon and Myanmar

Jude Ndzifon Kimengsi, Pyi Soe Aung, Jürgen Pretzsch, Tobias Haller, Eckhard Auch
2019 International Journal of the Commons  
The discussion is anchored on the constitutionality construct and opens up reflections to guide future management processes and outcomes for protected areas.  ...  Based on a review of articles and institutional reports, complemented by interviews and focus group discussions, we comparatively analyze the manifestations of two constitutionality principles in co-management  ...  Here, he carefully selected respondents, based on their knowledge and leadership role in mobilizing community members.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijc.934 fatcat:qprrka62tba5lfrn67rkeeoy5u

The Geography of Knowledge Sourcing, Personal Networks, and Innovation Effects: Evidence from the Biomedical Firms in Guangzhou, China

Jili Xu, Fiona Fan Yang, Desheng Xue
2019 Sustainability  
Personal knowledge networks contribute to both problem-solving and radical innovation for firms as a result of the guanxi-based relations in China that transform personal networks into channels for mobilizing  ...  contacts, labor mobility, and shared life experience.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors are thankful to three anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments. We also appreciate Guan Jingwen and Huang Jian for their warm support in our fieldwork.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11123412 fatcat:w36idmq7o5fn5iopo4xsoavcd4

AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT [chapter]

GIAN TOMMASO SCARASCIA MUGNOZZA
1989 Study Week on a Modern Approach to the Protection of the Environment  
The results of this research are available to those responsible for the protection, management and wise use of our natural resources.  ...  It is developing a sounder scientific basis for predicting and modelling environmental trends arising from natural or man-made change.  ...  The Survey of Breeding Waders of Wet Meadows, carried out in 1982 by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and the Nature Conservancy Council (NCC  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-040816-3.50030-2 fatcat:ui7ktke4avhttlwelq5vlafbwq

From Pirates to Partners: Protecting Intellectual Property in China in the Twenty-First Century

Peter K. Yu
2000 Social Science Research Network  
rule of law-based norm.  ...  As commentators explained: Trademark protection provides various types of benefits to consumers which are important for a consumer-based economy that offers a wide range of goods.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.245548 fatcat:7bhfv2fj7ngwxjt56tag47zbxe

Conservation farming village (CFV) programme for protecting uplands and building resilient communities

Rex Victor O. Cruz, Wilfredo M. Carandang, Genevieve A. Galapia, Vida Q. Carandang, Catherine C. de Luna
2014 APN Science Bulletin  
., CGCM3_T47, CGCM2_3_2 and CM4 were selected using criteria based on probabilistic uncertainty analysis, correlation coefficient and RMSE.  ...  The Mann-Kendall test was employed for past trend analyses.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research for providing the opportunity for us to work within the Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) Framework.  ... 
doi:10.30852/sb.2014.49 fatcat:pugfgkxdybcajphgfuswsyotse

Effort Years and Underperformance : The Intersection of Employment, Social Protection, and Gender in South Korea

Sean O'Malley
2017 The Journal of Asian Women  
"Third way" for care provision: the not-for-profit sector and the case of care cooperatives in Italy 88 17.  ...  women workers / equal rights / labour force participation / unemployment / hours of work / labour market segmentation / wage differential / gender equality / sex discrimination / unpaid work / social protection  ...  (Daphne Jackson Trust, 2015).  ... 
doi:10.14431/aw.2017.06.33.2.101 fatcat:wsaooygerrb7thbjiu3oyrdhvi

Por um novo conceito de comunidade: redes sociais, comunidades pessoais, inteligência coletiva

Rogério da Costa
2005 Interface: Comunicação, Saúde, Educação  
This dynamics of recognition is certainly one of the bases for building trust, not only individual but collective trust as well.  ...  For us to constitute a society, we have to undertake to integrate sympathies to build a greater whole.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1414-32832005000200003 fatcat:jdyqhr2agnewhn5chwz2rxv7y4

Ohio's sex offender residency restriction law: does it protect the health and safety of the state's children or falsely make people believe so?

Margaret Troia
2004 Journal of Law and Health  
Lastly, I would like to thank Professor Phyllis Crocker for dedicating her time, hard work, and expertise as my note advisor.  ...  This selection process is known as "grooming" and is the process child molesters use to build a nonsexual relationship of trust with their intended child victim.  ... 
pmid:17424776 fatcat:gbiclaxzargizm6y4cvghvhw2u

Sensing, Understanding, and Shaping Social Behavior

Erez Shmueli, Vivek K. Singh, Bruno Lepri, Alex Pentland
2014 IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems  
Our findings suggest that: 1) trust can be operationalized and predicted via computational methods (passive sensing and network-analysis), and 2) trust has a significant impact on social persuasion; in  ...  First, we provide a functional survey of recent advances in sensing, understanding, and shaping human behavior, focusing on real world behavior of users as measured using passive sensors.  ...  For example [53] and [29] show how phone based social interaction features (e.g. locations visited, people encountered) can be used to predict the onset of influenza.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcss.2014.2307438 fatcat:44ifsnlpabf7rkp4wxznnpinqi

Exploring Social Metacognition

Matt Jaquiery, Nicholas Yeung
2021 Zenodo  
For the first question, behavioural experiments implementing a Judge-Advisor System with a perceptual decision-making task and a date estimation task are used to characterise people's propensity to use  ...  Agent-based computational simulations take the results of the behavioural experiments and simulate their effects on trust ratings between agents.  ...  We would expect lazy participants using a mouse to predominantly select the closer advisor. For participants using mobile phones, it would be equally easy to select either advisor.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5554893 fatcat:4bs2cdfdejhb5m2m6om2twy6ee

Ethics in the COVID-19 pandemic: myths, false dilemmas, and moral overload

Georgy Ishmaev, Matthew Dennis, M. Jeroen van den Hoven
2021 Ethics and Information Technology  
It is not fair to say that the usefulness of contact-tracing applications has proved to be lacking, rather they are getting more sober assessment as but one of the tools available to us in the fight against  ...  Only when the scientific advice given by official advisors is open and transparent, and is based on the highest quality of evidence, can public trust be achieved.  ...  society.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10676-020-09568-6 pmid:33727889 pmcid:PMC7952813 fatcat:whraxh5singblimwi7y6kukaxe
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