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Showboater

Stuart Nicholson, Dan Jackson, Adrian Clear, Patrick Olivier
2019 Proceedings of the 8th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays - PerDis '19  
This paper describes Showboater, a simple system architecture for rural community display networks.  ...  We outline the context of our 2-year longitudinal study and outline five design goals: a functional, sustainable, scalable, resilient networked display solution which affords roles for the distribution  ...  In this paper, we reflect on the sizeable body of literature and evaluate a longitudinal rural community display deployment, consisting of two independent networks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3321335.3324948 dblp:conf/perdis/NicholsonJCO19 fatcat:r23wqd4j7fbcfcohimmc7oga7u

Exploring Renewable Energy Resources Using Remote Sensing and GIS—A Review

Avtar, Sahu, Aggarwal, Chakraborty, Kharrazi, Yunus, Dou, Kurniawan
2019 Resources  
to a more sustainable future.  ...  Several case studies from different parts of the world which use such techniques in exploring renewable energy resource sites of different kinds have also been included in this paper.  ...  Sahu is a JSPS fellow at Kyoto University. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Resources 2019, 8, 149  ... 
doi:10.3390/resources8030149 fatcat:khpj6ybprvdwzonsktf67vm5ea

Dynamics of Resource Slack and Constraints: Resource Positions in Action

Sharon A.M. Dolmans, Elco van Burg, Isabelle M.M.J. Reymen, A. Georges L. Romme
2014 Organization Studies  
Previous studies of the effects of resource slack and constraints on creativity and performance offer contradictory findings.  ...  These findings link perceptions of resources to the emergence of organizational ingenuity, by explaining how perceived resource positions influence decision making.  ...  This research is partly funded by TU/e InnovationLab and a European grant (E-Force, within CIP 2007-2013.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0170840613517598 fatcat:bv75g6nnfzaxpiihegqwvtb43e

Understanding Resource Consumption in the Home, Community and Society through Behaviour and Social Practice Theories

Jessica K. Breadsell, Christine Eon, Gregory M. Morrison
2019 Sustainability  
The practices and behaviours of individuals influences resource consumption at many scales and are shaped by a multitude of psychological, social, and technical factors.  ...  Insight is provided into their potential value in understanding resource consumption studies at different scales: the individual, the home, community, and societal.  ...  situation after a novelty period [14] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11226513 fatcat:p2jqnehvujg67ce62salmxgdae

What's in it for me

Simo Hosio, Jorge Goncalves, Hannu Kukka, Alan Chamberlain, Alessio Malizia
2014 Proceedings of The International Symposium on Pervasive Displays - PerDis '14  
The purpose of this research is to raise awareness about these aspects of in-the-wild display deployments and to be support the research community in creating sustainable public display deployments.  ...  The future of pervasive public display networks is loaded with high expectations.  ...  Other examples of longitudinal deployments include The Wray Photo Display, in Wray, UK [25] , and the e-Campus display network in Lancaster, UK [24] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2611009.2611012 dblp:conf/perdis/HosioGKCM14 fatcat:no235en2czhotkssonbmuxhski

Resourcing for post‐disaster reconstruction: a comparative study of Indonesia and China

Yan Chang, Suzanne Wilkinson, Regan Potangaroa, Erica Seville
2012 Disaster Prevention and Management  
resource procurement in a possible post-disaster situation.  ...  The questionnaire findings displayed in both Tables AI and AII reveal that various impediments inherent in their post-disaster environments posed significant obstacles to reconstruction resourcing.  ...  Community influence and participation 6 8 2 3 1,480 6 Note: W 1 -W 5 symbolize the weights 100, 80, 60, 40, 20, respectively  ... 
doi:10.1108/09653561211202674 fatcat:43vpugnd2jedphkflpkfdafe2i

From pilot to scale: Towards an mHealth typology for low-resource contexts

Terje Aksel Sanner, Lars Kristian Roland, Kristin Braa
2012 Health Policy and Technology  
From our longitudinal case study, we find that all four types of PD have emerged along with the scale of the project.  ...  Through Community PD, the target for empowerment has shifted from the situated individual worker towards whole organisations and large cadres of users.  ...  The initial identification of these rationalities emerged from our study of existing work practices utilizing paper-based information tools for following up pregnant women in Uganda.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hlpt.2012.07.009 fatcat:ftpa62wm55afppuesp22zyvgsm

Multistakeholder platforms for natural resource governance: lessons from eight landscape-level cases

Blake D. Ratner, Anne M. Larson, Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti, Hagar ElDidi, Delia Catacutan, Fiona Flintan, Diana Suhardiman, Thomas Falk, Ruth Meinzen-Dick
2022 Ecology and Society  
We provide a comparative analysis of eight landscape-level MSPs spanning seven countries (Peru, Brazil, India, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and a cross-border case from Kenya and Somalia), representing a diversity  ...  of resource systems covering forests, rangelands, and multiuse agricultural landscapes.  ...  This situation also poses a challenge to biodiversity conservation work, including field research and engagement with communities.  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-13168-270202 fatcat:d6zkuoxvnnhl5nnekvhoah4nm4

The South African Polycentric Water Resource Governance-Management Nexus: Parlaying an Institutional Agent and Structured Social Engagement

J. H. Boonzaaier, A. C. Brent
2019 Zenodo  
A qualitative theory-building case study through longitudinal action research was conducted from 2014 to 2017.  ...  Exploiting prevailing water resource threats, it expanded its ancillary functions from 20,000 to 300,000 ha.  ...  dependent on the natural water resource for a sustainable livelihood.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3346713 fatcat:3b6afcewdjaphhy3i3p7nk3bue

Conceptualising the future of HRM and technology research

Tanya Bondarouk, Chris Brewster
2016 International Journal of Human Resource Management  
We use the long-established 'Harvard' model of HRM, offering a more contextualised view of HRM, a more expansive view of stakeholders, and a wider and more long-term approach to outcomes.  ...  We show that rapid technological developments offer a new, smart, digital context for HRM practices with the better quality HRM data and enabling a strong HRM ownership by all stakeholders.  ...  Mutual adjustment, as the second e-HRM enactment scenario, may be characterised as a situation in which all groups of users strive to find a consensus that refines their 'old' face-to-face HRM practices  ... 
doi:10.1080/09585192.2016.1232296 fatcat:alcexyknanhi5pqiuszosujfke

It'S A Jungle Out There: Fantasy And Reality Of Evaluating Public Displays

Timo Ojala, Vassilis Kostakos, Hannu Kukka
2011 Zenodo  
We present a summary of our experiences with a longitudinal deployment of interactive public displays in a city center.  ...  We argue that such deployments offer external validity and highlight a number of issues overlooked by lab studies. We also point out that these benefits come with substantial cost and difficulties.  ...  This paper summarizes successes and difficulties from a deployment of 12 public displays in a city center, having lasted soon two years, during which thousands of real users have used the displays.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1117397 fatcat:b6kvtckmj5hstivwtp6ggcjhza

An Assessment of Airport Sustainability, Part 2—Energy Management at Copenhagen Airport

Glenn Baxter, Panarat Srisaeng, Graham Wild
2018 Resources  
Resources 2018, 7, 32 2 of 27 and stakeholder requirements whilst at the same time ensuring a sustainable approach to their operations.  ...  Greenhouse gases are a by-product from energy generation and usage.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to express their sincere gratitude to Copenhagen Airports A/S for the permission to the use the airport's annual environmental performance data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/resources7020032 fatcat:pm34zq5jtbfgzkqrheyuh5eqo4

Governance of natural resources: uncovering the social purpose of materials in nature

Rodney Abson
2015 Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques  
The main part of the research was funded by the JICA Acknowledgement The authors acknowledge assistance from Lisa Yagasaki, Ali Muhyidin and Anthony Odoemena at the University of Tokyo in completing this  ...  Figure 8 .1 shows the network of verbal communication about a workshop.  ...  of mineral resources in Zambia: A longitudinal analysis of the mining community Michiko Ishisone Introduction Over the last few decades a deepening sense of crisis has arisen among those concerned  ... 
doi:10.1080/07011784.2014.985719 fatcat:42p3r6qg75hl5goywo4ixacnai

Unbundling the Structure of Inertia: Resource Versus Routine Rigidity

Clark G. Gilbert
2005 Academy of Management Journal  
Given discontinuous change, a researcher's failure to recognize these distinctions can generate conflicting findings regarding effects of threat perception on inertia.  ...  Using field data on the response of newspaper organizations to the rise of digital media, I show that a strong perception of threat helps overcome resource rigidity but simultaneously amplifies routine  ...  The aggressive deployment of resources required increasing corporate oversight.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2005.18803920 fatcat:fstuyq7nfrgqphhkpfm5abxrlm

The impact of geothermal resources on the competitiveness of municipalities: evidence from Poland

Katarzyna A. Kurek, Wim Heijman, Johan van Ophem, Stanisław Gędek, Jacek Strojny
2019 Renewable Energy  
A sensitive analysis examines if the results are dependent on the model we developed. All four model scenarios are robust.  ...  A municipality competitiveness model is built using an expert method. Panel data analysis is used to estimate four models of geothermal competitiveness.  ...  Endogenous growth theory scholars seek a sustainable long-run growth through the deployment of human and natural resources into innovation and R&D (Romer [3] , Grossman and Helpman [4] , Aghion and Howitt  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.renene.2019.11.126 fatcat:3trxsqcnzjghpiqicnuebc5cjy
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