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Dai, T. (author), Hein, C.M. (author), Zhang, Tong (author)
This paper argues that a gap exists between the marketing of shore excursions and cruise tourists’ expectations of ‘local flavor’ experiences. The paper first establishes that this discrepancy exists, then aims to refine the focus of marketing and promotion, and finally proposes strategies for improving cruise tourists’ satisfaction....
journal article 2019
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Davids, J.C. (author), Devkota, Nischal (author), Pandey, Anusha (author), Prajapati, Rajaram (author), Ertis, Brandon A. (author), Rutten, M.M. (author), Lyon, Steve W. (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author), van de Giesen, N.C. (author)
Citizen science, as a complement to ground-based and remotely-sensed precipitation measurements, is a promising approach for improving precipitation observations. During the 2018 monsoon (May to September), SmartPhones4Water (S4W) Nepal—a young researcher-led water monitoring network—partnered with 154 citizen scientists to generate 6,656...
journal article 2019
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Zuiderwijk-van Eijk, AMG (author), Volten, Cécile (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Gill, Mark (author)
National governments often expect municipalities to develop toward open cities and be equally motivated to open up municipal data, yet municipalities have different characteristics influencing their motivations. This paper aims to reveal how municipality size influences municipalities' motivation perspectives on opening up municipality data....
journal article 2018
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Langhorst, Tom (author), de Graaf, Lennart (author)
conference paper 2018
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Khalil, Mohammad (author), Davis, Dan (author), Wong, Jacqueline (author)
It has been 10 years since the first MOOC was prepared by George Siemens and Stephen Downes on connectivism and connected knowledge at the University of Manitoba. From 25 participants only to hundreds of thousands of students in 2011, MOOCs became a hype in technology-enhanced learning context. Nevertheless, the phenomenon of MOOCs has become...
conference paper 2018
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Moerland, T.M. (author), Broekens, D.J. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author)
This article provides the first survey of computational models of emotion in reinforcement learning (RL) agents. The survey focuses on agent/robot emotions, and mostly ignores human user emotions. Emotions are recognized as functional in decision-making by influencing motivation and action selection. Therefore, computational emotion models are...
journal article 2018
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Khalil, M.F.D. (author), Ebner, Martin (author), Admiraal, Wilfried (author)
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) require students’ motivation either intrinsically or extrinsically to complete any of its courses. Even though MOOCs enjoy great popularity and bring many benefits to the educational community, some concerns arise with MOOC advancement. In fact, MOOCs are affected by low completion rate and face issues with...
conference paper 2017
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Hennis, T.A. (author)
The large number of young people without formal qualifications constitutes a considerable concern in Europe in terms of individual, social and economic consequences. The influx of young migrants into Europe makes this issue even more significant. To avoid social exclusion, youth unemployment, and ensure economic progress, the EU and national...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Sharpans'kykh, Alexei (author), Haest, R (author)
According to aviation statistics, most of the safety occurrences
happen not in the air, but on the ground. Management of airlines and airports
often consider failures to comply with safety-related regulations as important
contributors to safety occurrences. To address the issue of compliance,
approaches based on external...
journal article 2016
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Sanders, F.C. (author), Overtoom, M.E. (author)
Society counts a growing number of group-dynamic challenges like civilian movements, resident initia-tive, self steering teams on the work floor and innovation team challenges. The basis driving force is governments that draw back, increasing competition in business and empowerment of people. Exam-ples are the Juuka regional economic development...
conference paper 2016
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Molina-Castillo, Francisco Jose (author), Rodriguez-Guirao, Alicia (author), Lopez-Nicolas, Carolina (author), Bouwman, W.A.G.A. (author)
The diffusion of mobile payments (M-payments) is still in its early stages and further research is needed to understand what motivates or restricts people's behaviour when using mobile services. Based on a sample of Dutch mobile service users, this study analyses the antecedents of two types of M-payments, those that take place before a...
journal article 2016
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Visch, V.T. (author), Tan, E. (author), Saakes, D. (author)
Laypeople are increasingly motivated to participate in design processes, but what knowledge do they actually possess that enables such participation? Some studies show that laypeople have gained detailed product knowledge from exposure. This knowledge can be applied to accurately recognize product categories, and to manage emotional expectations...
journal article 2015
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Sharpanskykh, A. (author), Haest, R. (author)
Maintaining high levels of safety under conditions of ever increasing air traffic is a challenging task. Failures to comply with safety-related regulations are often considered to be important contributors to safety occurrences. To address the issue of compliance, approaches based on external regulation of the employees’ behavior were proposed....
conference paper 2015
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Keskin, D. (author)
Despite the recognition that new ventures are potential candidates of creating innovations necessary for sustainability, little is know on how they actually engage in this journey. Sustainability-oriented new ventures are confronted with high levels of uncertainty that stem from the liabilities of being new and small, as well as demonstrating...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Visch, V. (author), Saakes, D. (author)
Laypeople are increasingly motivated to participate in design processes, but what knowledge do they actually possess that enables such participation? Some studies show that laypeople have gained detailed product knowledge from exposure. This knowledge can be applied to accurately recognize product categories, and to manage emotional expectations...
journal article 2015
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Tolou, N. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Tolou, N. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Li, C. (author), Rusak, Z. (author), Horvath, I. (author), Ji, L. (author), Hou, Y. (author)
In the last two decades, robotics-assisted stroke reha-bilitation has been wide-spread, in particular for movement rehabilitation of upper limbs. Several studies have reported on the clinical effectiveness of this kind of therapy. The results of these studies show that robot assisted therapy can be more effective in recovering motor control...
conference paper 2014
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Segrave, A.J. (author)
The decisions people make, and the actions they take, depend on how they conceptualize and experience time. This fundamental and influential factor is seldom acknowledged, little understood, and rarely considered explicitly in planning; be that for the material systems or the knowledge systems in the water sector. The objectives of the research...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Forlati, S. (author)
Are there recognizable patterns in the way competitions serve the development of architecture practices? How can competitions be effectively used by architects? The paper is based on a survey developed by the Wonderland platform for European architecture in collaboration with the Vienna based practice SHARE architects. 116 stories about ‘the...
conference paper 2014
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