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The Influence of Organizational Culture on the Adoption of ICT Innovation following Technological Disruption: Evidence from Kenyan ICT SMEs

Francis G. Kagumba, Agnes N. Wausi
2018 International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering  
usefulness of the technology and perceived ease of use from using the technology.  ...  Data collected is analysed using regression and correlation techniques.  ...  Hofstede's Multi-focus model According to [33] , organization culture can be dimensionalized into six categories.  ... 
doi:10.31695/ijasre.2018.32901 fatcat:d23dpgl33zea5gpehihprge3we

Socioecological influences on concussion reporting by NCAA Division 1 athletes in high-risk sports

Steven R. Corman, Bradley J. Adame, Jiun-Yi Tsai, Scott W. Ruston, Joshua S. Beaumont, Jessica K. Kamrath, Yanqin Liu, Karlee A. Posteher, Rikki Tremblay, Lisa J. van Raalte, Iratxe Puebla
2019 PLoS ONE  
In accordance with the socioecological approach to health, we argue that multiple levels of influence on student athletes must be addressed, and report a multi-dimensional, mixed-methods research project  ...  Using quantitative, qualitative and interpretive methods, we examine the individual-level vested interests athletes have in reporting or not reporting concussion symptoms, and how these interests interact  ...  Integration of socioecological levels This study's multi-dimensional approach illuminated relationships that would not have been evident in single method studies.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0215424 pmid:31067230 pmcid:PMC6505740 fatcat:m6v43pot5zcmne2w3h4qqepuxa

Trust Measurement in Human-Autonomy Teams: Development of a Conceptual Toolkit

Andrea Krausman, Catherine Neubauer, Daniel Forster, Shan Lakhmani, Anthony L Baker, Sean M. Fitzhugh, Gregory Gremillion, Julia L. Wright, Jason S. Metcalfe, Kristin E. Schaefer
2022 ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (THRI)  
of trust in human-autonomy teams operating within uncertain, risky, and dynamic environments.  ...  This paper seeks to expand on trust measurement principles and the foundation of human-autonomy teaming to propose a "toolkit" of novel methods that support the development, maintenance and calibration  ...  Under the premise that trust should be considered a multi-dimensional construct [Baker, Phillips, Ullman & Keebler, 2018] , we argue that to effectively measure team trust, we must consider which types  ... 
doi:10.1145/3530874 fatcat:cghdrk6lv5dufaeacbumfpqsyu

The Role of Trust in Human-Robot Interaction [chapter]

Michael Lewis, Katia Sycara, Phillip Walker
2018 Foundations of Trusted Autonomy  
Acknowledgements This work is supported by awards FA9550-13-1-0129 and FA9550-15-1-0442.  ...  The three dimensional (Purpose, Process, and Performance) model proposed by Lee and See [58] , for example, presumes that trust (and indirectly, propensity to use) is influenced by a person's knowledge  ...  By predicting effects of reliability and initial trust on system performance, such models might be used to select appropriate levels of automation or provide feedback to human operators.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-64816-3_8 fatcat:r2r53vicbbdedg7rj3r7m5n3ke

Approaches for assessing communication in human-autonomy teams

Anthony L. Baker, Sean M. Fitzhugh, Lixiao Huang, Daniel E. Forster, Angelique Scharine, Catherine Neubauer, Glenn Lematta, Shawaiz Bhatti, Craig J. Johnson, Andrea Krausman, Eric Holder, Kristin E. Schaefer (+1 others)
2021 Human-Intelligent Systems Integration  
It is not possible to identify all approaches for all situations, though the following seem to generalize and support multi-size teams and a variety of military operations.  ...  AbstractEvaluation of team communication can provide critical insights into team dynamics, cohesion, trust, and performance on joint tasks.  ...  This can be used to generate other types of networks such as trust networks and teammate affinity networks (Borgatti et al. 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42454-021-00026-2 fatcat:br5vzqgt5fb7dataceijshlpcu

Adaptive Agent Architecture for Real-time Human-Agent Teaming [article]

Tianwei Ni, Huao Li, Siddharth Agrawal, Suhas Raja, Fan Jia, Yikang Gui, Dana Hughes, Michael Lewis, Katia Sycara
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Therefore, we discard learning human models from human data, and instead use an adaptation strategy on a pre-trained library of exemplar policies composed of RL algorithms or rule-based methods with minimal  ...  The adaptation strategy relies on a novel similarity metric to infer human policy and then selects the most complementary policy in our library to maximize the team performance.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by a reward W911NF-19-2-0146 and AFOSR/AFRL award FA9550-18-1-0251.  ... 
arXiv:2103.04439v1 fatcat:2ltzoymcjzeqnm4c3f3bepc6je

The Transfer of Human Trust in Robot Capabilities across Tasks [article]

Harold Soh, Pan Shu, Min Chen, David Hsu
2018 arXiv   pre-print
In particular, our models can be used to derive robot policies that mitigate under-trust or over-trust by human teammates in collaborative multi-task settings.  ...  Our findings lead to a functional view of trust and two novel predictive models---a recurrent neural network architecture and a Bayesian Gaussian process---that capture trust evolution and transfer via  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work was supported by a NUS Office of the Deputy President (Research and Technology) Startup Grant. Thank you to Indu Prasad for her help with the data analysis.  ... 
arXiv:1807.01866v1 fatcat:letjesxxnffg5hyfx3x3nc4rlu

From pixels to multi-robot decision-making: A study in uncertainty

Peter Stone, Mohan Sridharan, Daniel Stronger, Gregory Kuhlmann, Nate Kohl, Peggy Fidelman, Nicholas K. Jong
2006 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
We present a complete vision-based robotic system that includes several algorithms for learning models that are useful and necessary for planning, and then place particular emphasis on the planning and  ...  Specifically, we present models for autonomous color calibration, autonomous sensor and actuator modeling, and an adaptation of particle filtering for improved localization on legged robots.  ...  Acknowledgments This research is supported in part by NSF CAREER award IIS-0237699, ONR YIP award N00014-04-1-0545, and DARPA grant HR0011-04-1-0035.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.robot.2006.05.010 fatcat:4oppmqjrvrhvzgzmfveeoi2peu

Engineering Human–Machine Teams for Trusted Collaboration

Basel Alhaji, Janine Beecken, Rüdiger Ehlers, Jan Gertheiss, Felix Merz, Jörg P. Müller, Michael Prilla, Andreas Rausch, Andreas Reinhardt, Delphine Reinhardt, Christian Rembe, Niels-Ole Rohweder (+3 others)
2020 Big Data and Cognitive Computing  
Based on our analysis, we propose and outline three important areas of future research on engineering and operating human–machine teams for trusted collaboration.  ...  In terms of methods, we focus on how reciprocal trust between humans and intelligent machines is defined, built, measured, and maintained from a systems engineering and planning perspective in literature  ...  Acknowledgments: We gratefully acknowledge Alexander Herzog, Carsten Hesselmann and Marc Schlegel for providing administrative support of the HERMES project.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bdcc4040035 fatcat:uoanpxph5fbglo7sl3pytbkykm

The Transfer of Human Trust in Robot Capabilities across Tasks

Harold Soh, Shu Pan, Chen Min, David Hsu
2018 Robotics: Science and Systems XIV  
In particular, our models can be used to derive robot policies that mitigate under-trust or over-trust by human teammates in collaborative multi-task settings.  ...  Our findings lead to a functional view of trust and two novel predictive models-a recurrent neural network architecture and a Bayesian Gaussian process-that capture trust evolution and transfer via latent  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work was supported by a NUS Office of the Deputy President (Research and Technology) Startup Grant. Thank you to Indu Prasad for her help with the data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.15607/rss.2018.xiv.033 dblp:conf/rss/SohSCH18 fatcat:lvh7sw45m5gxniio44lxktkti4

University Student's Academic Goals When Working in Teams: Questionnaire on Academic Goals in Teamwork, 3 × 2 Model

Benito León-del-Barco, Santiago Mendo-Lázaro, Ma Isabel Polo-del-Río, Irina Rasskin-Gutman
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
to determine if the model 3 × 2 offers a better fit to the data than other models, such as: 2 × 2; Trichotomous; Definition; Valence, among others.  ...  Therefore, we considered it a useful instrument for studying motivation in the group work context.  ...  To do so involves abandoning the belief that success depends solely on one's own efforts and requires trust in the ability of the teammates.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02434 pmid:31708853 pmcid:PMC6821790 fatcat:yfa5ysvklfbv3juwysa2wu6tzq

Emotional Intelligence: A New Edge of Enhancing Teamwork

Sanchaita Misra, Subhasmita Biswal, Anup Kumar Samantaray
2018 International Journal of Management Studies  
Among the dimensions, self awareness enables an individual to know his own emotions by which he too can control or understand his teammates emotions.  ...  Emotional intelligence helps in conflict resolution which and creates comfortable and co-operative work environment. Team members need to be aware of their feelings.  ...  Emotional intelligence is a multi-dimensional concept provides linkage between emotion and cognition in order to improve human interactions.  ... 
doi:10.18843/ijms/v5i3(7)/01 fatcat:khxapu6hu5btbkiwh2kzv5t5ku

Trust in Virtual Teams: A Multidisciplinary Review and Integration

Janine Viol Hacker, Michael Johnson, Carol Saunders, Amanda L. Thayer
2019 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
We use the review to develop an integrated model of trust in VTs.  ...  Based on our review, we provide theoretical insights into the relationship between virtuality and team trust, and highlight several critical suggestions for moving this literature forward to meet the needs  ...  Conversely, IS researchers need to explore the dynamic, multi-dimensional aspects of trust that are discussed in management and psychology journals.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v23i0.1757 fatcat:63isuzr2ebhjvi3efwpzqrqmr4

Why don't you Dope? A preliminary analysis of the factors which influence athletes decision not to Dope in Sport

TERRI BYERS, JONATHON EDWARDS
2015 Choregia  
More powerful control mechanisms such as social and self-controls seem to be operating amongst athletes and issues of trust and the role of emotion are significant concepts that require further research  ...  national and international events, professional sport, Pan American Games, provincial teams, and World University Games.  ...  The multi-dimensional aspect of our study and use of literature on control of and in organizations has yet to be applied to the context of doping in sport and will examine this issue from a new perspective  ... 
doi:10.4127/ch.2015.0099 fatcat:kxqfda3duzbnddezipnow6ipka

Effects of anticipatory perceptual simulation on practiced human-robot tasks

Guy Hoffman, Cynthia Breazeal
2009 Autonomous Robots  
With the aim of attaining increased fluency and efficiency in human-robot teams, we have developed a cognitive architecture for robotic teammates based on the neuropsychological principles of anticipation  ...  We also find differences in verbal attitudes towards the robot: most notably, subjects working with the anticipatory robot attribute more human qualities to the robot, such as gender and intelligence,  ...  Based on these findings, we believe that anticipation through perceptual simulation can provide a powerful model for robots acting jointly with humans if they are to collaborate fluently using multi-modal  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10514-009-9166-3 fatcat:v6lapajtsfc7hkqbt4gdsithuq
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