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Application of the task-technology fit model to structure and evaluate the adoption of E-books by Academics

John D'Ambra, Concepción S. Wilson, Shahriar Akter
2012 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This study uses the task-technology fit (TTF) model to explore the interrelationships of e-books, the affordances offered by smart readers, the information needs of academics, and the "fit" of technology  ...  Our research makes two contributions: the development of an e-book TTF construct and the testing of that construct in a model validating the efficacy of the TTF framework in measuring perceived fit of  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Robyn Drummond, Pam Freeland, and Janet Fletcher of the University of New South Wales Library for their assistance in the design, development, implementation, and analysis of  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.22757 fatcat:ghogqtpx3rctjjfqkkrnczk6ey

STUDYING ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS' ACCEPTANCE USING INTEGRATED UNIFIED THEORY OF ACCEPTANCE AND USE OF TECHNOLOGY (UTAUT)

HART AWA, University of Port Harcourt, KALU UKOHA, University of Nigeria
2020 Journal of sustainability science and management  
This paper proposes framework within unified theory of acceptance and use of technology, task-technology fit and perceived trust to reposition consumer-context and assure need-fit and security in enterprise  ...  The integrated model is critical to the understanding of ES adoption and implies on the operational ordeals of the individual models and reinforces improving skills and infrastructural facilities, interpersonal  ...  Acknowledgements Authors would like to acknowledge the university for the facilities and support.  ... 
doi:10.46754/jssm.2020.07.010 fatcat:gcwwrxryfneerp4l3ia34uyi3i

An Empirical Study of the Impact of Product Characteristics and Electronic Commerce Interface Richness on Consumer Attitude and Purchase Intentions

J. Jahng, H.K. Jain, K. Ramamurthy
2006 IEEE transactions on systems, man and cybernetics. Part A. Systems and humans  
This paper finds that a fit or congruence between the product type and the ECI richness (in product information representation, and product-related interaction and communication between the consumer and  ...  Notwithstanding the concerns of security and privacy, this paper posits that for complex products and services offered on the web, existing EC interfaces (ECIs) lack the necessary "richness" to overcome  ...  Implications for Research and Practice As noted earlier, "fit-" related theories (e.g., TTF, MRT, SPT) suggest that technologies that realize fit with tasks outperform technologies that do not.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmca.2006.878977 fatcat:5upcq7rg7vghxocw5b277nbf4a

Adoption of social software for collaboration

Lei Zhang
2010 Proceedings of the International Conference on Management of Emergent Digital EcoSystems - MEDES '10  
The representative theories are the technology acceptance model (TAM) and the task technology fit (TTF).  ...  Task-Technology Fit (TTF) The Task-Technology Fit (TTF) theory argues that the match between information systems functionality and task requirements leads to positive user evaluation, a high level of utilisation  ...  Assessment of student groups' blog content and report  ... 
doi:10.1145/1936254.1936301 dblp:conf/medes/Zhang10 fatcat:utdpfvltvvb5lbgvxwqgha27um

The Customer-Centered B2C Literature through the Lens of Activity Theory: A Review and Research Agenda

Anne Beaudry, Kevin D. Carillo
2006 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The aim of this paper is to organize the literature to provide a clear depiction of what we know and what we don't know about it in order to identify specific areas where future research efforts are needed  ...  A multitude of published research studies investigate the B2C phenomenon from the customer point of view. At this point, making sense of such a large number of studies is a difficult task.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Funding for this study was provided in part by a John Molson School of Business internal grant and by a grant from Fonds Quebecois de la recherche sur la societe et la culture.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01721 fatcat:yhtug4d6rbeffgxr6vjmlaylbi

Sustainable Change Management through Employee Readiness: Decision Support System Adoption in Technology-Intensive British E-Businesses

Ahmed, Qin, Martínez
2019 Sustainability  
Together, perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use explain the 51.8% of variance in intention to use while fully mediating the relationship between higher order EREB construct and intention to use  ...  The outcomes show that the four dimensions of EREB explain the 58.2% of variance in perceived ease of use and the 50.2% of variance in perceived usefulness.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank our colleagues Ali Raza, Naveed Ahmad Faraz and Muhammad Khalid Iqbal for their guidance on methodology and data analysis of this paper and advice for the subsequent  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11112998 fatcat:yi76bamyljdn3hovxruncs5o34

A Systematic Literature Review on Safety Research Related to Chemical Industrial Parks

Tao Zeng, Guohua Chen, Yunfeng Yang, Genserik Reniers, Yixin Zhao, Xia Liu
2020 Sustainability  
Those results are useful for improving theoretical method and industrial strategies, and can advance the safety and sustainability development of CIPs.  ...  The increasing demand for chemical products has driven the construction and development of chemical industrial areas, or so-called 'chemical industrial parks' (CIPs), but this has intrinsically raised  ...  Next, documents were extensively searched and collected from the Web of Science Core Collection, which is the most authoritative and widely used database in the world.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12145753 fatcat:vdburcqepjft7j63siyoi5fiha

Proceedings Table of Contents

1992 ESSCIRC '92: Eighteenth European Solid-State Circuits conference  
In particular, the results of this research establish the importance of visibility in DSS design, especially for new and relatively novel decision situations.  ...  The authors also wish to express their appreciation to the three reviewers for their insights and helpful comments. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the three anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments.  ...  This research was extended into the task technology fit (TTF) framework that not only considered characteristics of the task and the technology, but also incorporated characteristics of the user (Goodhue  ... 
doi:10.1109/esscirc.1992.5468476 fatcat:oqbt3cebxjczhkhd4gswddqdte

The Future of Events will be Hybrid (Tim Brown) [chapter]

Tim Brown
2021 Crisis Management and Recovery for Events: Impacts and Strategies  
This picture is mirrored in other countries, such as the USA, where it is outlined that 46% (8 million people) of those working in food, travel and events have lost their jobs (Dubay, 2020).  ...  The Meetings Industry Association (mia) reported that in the UK the impact of COVID-19 on the events industry has resulted in £ billions lost in revenue through cancelled events and declines in enquiries  ...  vacuum cleaner to MRI scanners and the world wide web.  ... 
doi:10.23912/9781911635901-4815 fatcat:iex7wf4xyjckzlahb5ubkaf2be

Potential applications of Distributed Ledger Technology to the Defence Support Network [article]

J. D. Hackman
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Drawing on academic and commercial models, a framework was produced for evaluating DLT use cases which measures utility, ease of implementation and impact.  ...  Despite this potential, real-world application is embryonic with public and private sectors rapidly seeking exploitation opportunities.  ...  One academic model that does have relevance though is Task Technology Fit (TTF) theory.  ... 
arXiv:1811.11471v1 fatcat:vimeqqc7t5antaphqbvweowi2m

Download Complete Issue: CP39 (8.4MB)

Complete Issue
2001 Cartographic Perspectives  
read the chapters of interest there, and the rest of us should await a more exhaustive and comprehensive compendium on this subject in the years to come.  ...  It would integrate the resources of the Internet and the World Wide Web into a simple mechanism for searching and retrieving information rele-vant to a wide range of problems, including natural disasters  ...  This paper lays out for the reader the many issues surrounding the management and dissemination of digital data by map libraries, and provides a real-world model of how a library might approach this task  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp39.712 fatcat:d5jocqhb4nbglp5aqgjwxjfzse

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2022 2022 International Conference on Decision Aid Sciences and Applications (DASA)  
The selected features from EEG recordings of 23 subjects (AD-12 and NC-11) are used to train and test the Leastsquare support vector machine (LS-SVM) classifier with three different kernel functions.  ...  A maximum of 92.90% classification accuracy is obtained using the features of IMF-4 with 10-fold cross-validation. The results conclude that the proposed method can detect AD patients efficiently.  ...  Fit (TTF).  ... 
doi:10.1109/dasa54658.2022.9765271 fatcat:ttqppf4j3navnaxe653mrzmezi

Download Complete Issue: 50 (30MB)

Complete Issue
2005 Cartographic Perspectives  
edu With the advent of the Internet, particularly the World Wide Web, the use and demand for online maps has grown very rapidly.  ...  Larger size models could be constructed from transparent films (50 inches wide in long rolls) avail- able for large format printers, but the mechanics of separating and stacking large images then becomes  ...  The imagery was orthorectified using the DEM, mosaiced and classified to obtain landcover information and to delineate glaciated terrain.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp50.408 fatcat:r6vmmcrqrrfahhylqjly6lsboq

Computer and Information Science, Vol. 2, No. 3, August 2009, all in one file, Part A

CIS Editor
2009 Computer and Information Science  
their support towards the completion of this research.  ...  In addition, we would like to thanks all clients, supervisors and students in this study.  ...  Models such as Information Systems Success Model or ISSM(Delone & Mclean, 1992) and Task Technology Fit or TTF(Goodhue & Thompson, 1995) posited that technology usage is a predictor of individual impact  ... 
doi:10.5539/cis.v2n3p0a fatcat:of4yymadgnaclmcglxlt6vzf2e

The International Linear Collider: Report to Snowmass 2021 [article]

Alexander Aryshev, Ties Behnke, Mikael Berggren, James Brau, Nathaniel Craig, Ayres Freitas, Frank Gaede, Spencer Gessner, Stefania Gori, Christophe Grojean, Sven Heinemeyer, Daniel Jeans (+460 others)
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This document brings the story of the ILC up to date, emphasizing its strong physics motivation, its readiness for construction, and the opportunity it presents to the US and the global particle physics  ...  The ILC addresses key questions for our current understanding of particle physics. It is based on a proven accelerator technology.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are grateful to Marina Chadeeva and Alexey Drutskoy (Lebedev Institute) and to Valery Telnov (Budker Institue) for their contributions to this report. Bibliography  ... 
arXiv:2203.07622v1 fatcat:dkz7ankrgrfndi6s5dfvqo6g4i
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