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A Survey on a Skin Disease Detection System
Skin diseases are frequent and quite perennial in the world, and in some cases, these lead to cancer. These are curable if detected earlier and treated appropriately. An automated image-based detection system consisting of four...
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Impact of Intermediary and Seller Trust on Consumer Repurchase and E-WOM Intentions
This study investigates the impact of intermediary and seller trust on consumers' repurchase intention and electronic word-of-mouth (e-WOM) intention. A total of 337 consumers with online-buying experience were surveyed using a...
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Human Resource Professionals' Intention to Use and Actual Use of Human Resource Information Systems
Abdullah Al Mamun
Jan 01, 2022
Human resource information systems (HRISs) are widely used and have a strategic impact on organizations. The fundamental objective of this paper is to reveal the predominant antecedents affecting their adoption and...
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The Register Variation in Translated Epidemic Prevention Manuals as Emergency Language Services
Using Biber's MD model, this paper investigates the register variation in crisis translation and discovers that learned exposition is the text type that comes closest to crisis translation. Crisis translation has “explicit” and...
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Entrepreneurial Traits, Competency, Performance, and Sustainability of Micro-Enterprises in Kelantan, Malaysia
This study examined the effects of locus of control, tolerance of ambiguity, vision, persistence, and resilience on entrepreneurial competency, performance, and sustainability among micro-enterprises in Kelantan, Malaysia....
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The Client and Service Provider Relationship in IT Outsourcing Project Success
The role of organizational attitude for an effective knowledge sharing (KS) in IT outsourcing (ITO) relationships has not been adequately addressed. In this paper, we investigate the relationship between KS and ITO success as...
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Effectiveness of Remote Interventions to Improve Medication Adherence in Patients after Stroke


Stroke affects more than 30 million people every year, but only two-thirds of patients comply with prescribed medication, leading to high stroke recurrence rates. Digital technologies can facilitate...
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Everyday Evil in Palestine
Ilan Pappé
Nov 12, 2021
This article is an attempt to cast content into the popular phrase used by activists in the Palestine solidary movement that in order to understand and be moved by the nature of colonization in Palestine all that is needed is a...
Impact of Service Quality on Satisfaction
In this present work, Retail Service Quality Scale (RSQS) developed by Dabholkar et. al. (1996) has been used to measure service quality. For the purpose of examining the dimensionality of the scales a confirmatory factor...
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Deep Learning Hybrid Models for COVID-19 Prediction
COVID-19 is a highly contagious virus. Blood test is one of effective methods for COVID-19 diagnosis. However, the issues of blood test are time-consuming and lack of medical staff. In this paper, four deep learning hybrid...
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Effects of E-Banking Adoption on the Financial Performance of State-Owned Commercial Banks in Bangladesh
Md. Hossain
Oct 01, 2021
This study examines the relationship between e-banking adoption and the financial performance of state-owned commercial banks in Bangladesh. The pooled ordinary least square (OLS) estimate was applied to analyze the panel data...
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Enhanced SCADA IDS Security by Using MSOM Hybrid Unsupervised Algorithm
In Self-Organizing Maps (SOM) are unsupervised neural networks that cluster high dimensional data and transform complex inputs into easily understandable inputs. To find the closest distance and weight factor, it maps high...
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The effect of exercise interventions on quality of life in patients with multiple myeloma
PURPOSE: To determine the effect of exercise interventions on quality of life in adults with multiple myeloma. METHODS: A literature search of 10 sources was performed in June 2022 to identify eligible studies for synthesis....
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A Moderation and Mediation Model of Social Media Marketing and Brand Loyalty Among Smartphone Users in Egypt
Omnia Hilal
Jan 01, 2022
Social media are being extensively used as a platform to conduct marketing and advertising activities (Shwetha et al., 2020). However, there is always a challenge in how organizations can figure out the results of social media...
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The Role of Social Media Marketing on Overall Brand Equity in the Telecommunication Sector in Bangladesh
Md. Hafez
Jul 01, 2021
The objective of this study is to investigate the role of social media marketing (SMM) on overall brand equity (OBE) via value co-creation (VC) in the telecommunication sector in Bangladesh. Moreover, brand love is tested as a...
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Alternative Assessment Approaches and Quality Product Design Within Web-Based Learning Environments
Ahlam Al-Abdullatif
Jul 01, 2020
The aim of the present study is to identify the impact of the alternative web-based self and peer assessment approaches on improving the quality of student educational projects. In this context, a study was carried out during...
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Window Analysis and MPI for Efficiency and Productivity Assessment Under Fuzzy Data
Abbas Al-Refaie
Jan 01, 2022
This research develops a procedure for DEA window analysis and MPI evaluation of a manufacturing process with fuzzy inputs and outputs. A real case study was provided to illustrate relative efficiency and MPI assessment of a...
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Knowledge Sharing Through Enterprise Social Media in a Telecommunications Context
This study investigated the motivators knowledge workers employ when sharing knowledge though enterprise social media (ESM) in a telecommunications context. A questionnaire was distributed among knowledge workers in one of the...
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Trust in Cognitive Assistants
The main purpose of this research is to develop a framework of trust determinants in the interactions between people and cognitive assistants (CAs). CAs are defined as new decision tools that can provide people with high quality...
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Linking Competitive Strategies with Human Resource Information System
Understanding how human resource information system (HRIS) is linked with competitive strategies (CSs) has become an important research topic in the field of strategic human resource management (SHRM) and information systems...
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The Potential of Field Education as Transformative Learning
Social work field education has reached a crisis point due to the imposition of neoliberal logics in both university and practice settings. As a result, social work programs are faced with challenges such as practicum shortages...
Information Source Before Travelling and Choice of Traveling Mode
The ability to attract tourists is crucial for the success of tourism firms in Malaysia. This has therefore raised a major concern on which information sources tourists use when making choices on their traveling mode as well as...
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An alternative proposal for French negation
Jul 18, 2013
In this paper, I propose an analysis of the negative expression (ne) pas 'not' in Modern Standard French, set within the minimalist program of Chomsky (1995), whose goal is to keep only principles no theory can do without...