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Aidan O'Driscoll

Aidan O'Driscoll
1988
There is no evidence that customers of this bank either had a need for such a portfolio of automobile loan products or understood the differences among them well enough to make a rational choice.  ...  Some pundits, therefore, predicted the piecemeal development of a massive "shopping city" on the outskirts of Belfast and the concomitant demise of existing shopping districts.  ...  A Mitchell, "Involvement: a mediator of consumer in William L Wilkie, ed., Advances in Consumer Research, 6 . Ann Arbor, Mich., Association for Consumer Research, 1979, pp. 191-196. 13 .  ... 
doi:10.21427/d7q16b fatcat:zatc6jtdsnbftcftben33yhxom

Efficient operation of recharging infrastructure for the accommodation of electric vehicles: a demand driven approach

Charilaos Latinopoulos, John Polak, Aruna Sivakumar, Imperial College London
2016
Considering out-of-home charging infrastructure, an additional role for the CSP would be to maximise revenue for parking operators.  ...  The optimisation of operations for rechargin [...]  ...  If drivers were allowed to make a booking for a charging place earlier in advance, the charging service provider would be able to update his predictions for future demand after each customer arrival.  ... 
doi:10.25560/33340 fatcat:ptdsz2qcivbndodvorqp6ickdi

The Contribution of Tourists and Visitors to Road Traffic Accidents: A Preliminary Analysis of Trends and Issues for Central Scotland

Linda Walker, Stephen J. Page
2004 Current Issues in Tourism  
For example, a tourist, returning from a ski trip with a broken limb, may require several weeks' absence from work and require further medical treatment.  ...  Although there may be steps that can be taken to plan for such events, they are difficult to predict.  ...  The majority of the questions were closed or in the nature of a scaled response as this reduced the time needed for each questionnaire to be completed, while still allowing for a variety of responses.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13683500408667980 fatcat:6rfnix6zljdihj6guzrrdjiwqu

Contextualized and personalized location-based services

Shijun Yu
2007
For example, broadcasting of commercial messages to cellphones within a shopping mall can be very effective to attract more customers to a shop.  ...  "when the prediction is formulated, for when and where the prediction holds, what the prediction says, the likeliness of the prediction") and implemented as e.g. a prediction data type.  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-3896 fatcat:7f6gfucmvzcspktyfvgfqwpps4

Crossing the Boundaries: Overlaps of Intellectual Property Rights

Robert Jacek Tomkowicz, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2011
In other words, the phenomenon of overlapping intellectual property rights is not a problem per se; instead, it is the use of the rights for incompatible purposes that may be considered objectionable.  ...  with analytical framework for resolving disputes involving overlaps in the intellectual property system.  ...  Although there is a noticeable lack of broader, multi-jurisdictional, perspectives in scholarly analysis and an absence of a uniform approach to this problem, there are many background publications considering  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-4720 fatcat:v5nnpwsfpva4pdqxw2rluv3syy

The Australian Minimum Wage and the Needs of a Family [article]

Jonathan Robbie Bray, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
2018
Commencing in the 1940s Australia has progressively introduced transfer payments to provide support for children and for a parent in a caring role.  ...  The 1907 Harvester decision effectively established a minimum wage in Australia for men based upon the needs of a family.  ...  Seebohm Rowntree sought to characterise the lifecycle outcomes of a labourer.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d5143b920219 fatcat:xabjvqvmvzagbermszyxb3qb5m

Rail Transit Signal and Control Systems Study, Final Report

United States. Federal Transit Administration
2014
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The research team thanks the technical and safety staff and the Federal Transit Administration for their support and contributions-in particular, Patrick Centolanzi, P.E., Project Manager  ...  proper perspective by reviewing the basic concept of a railroad track.  ...  The importance of a complete design, followed by a good pilot program for fine-tuning the finished product before major rollout begins, is particularly emphasized by their absence as the carriers struggle  ... 
doi:10.21949/1503596 fatcat:ycygb7toxnbjlf2tg6llx7f4yu