Some Trust Issues In Social Networks And Sensor Networks, 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus
Some Trust Issues In Social Networks And Sensor Networks, Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan, Pramod Anantharam, Cory Andrew Henson, Amit P. Sheth
Trust and reputation are becoming increasingly important in diverse areas such as search, e-commerce, social media, semantic sensor networks, etc. We review past work and explore future research issues relevant to trust in social/sensor networks and interactions. We advocate a balanced, iterative approach to trust that marries both theory and practice. On the theoretical side, we investigate models of trust to analyze and specify the nature of trust and trust computation. On the practical side, we propose to uncover aspects that provide a basis for trust formation and techniques to extract trust information from concrete social/sensor networks and ...
Finding Meaning In Facebook, 2010 Butler University
Finding Meaning In Facebook, Kelly Patrick
Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection
No abstract provided.
Trust In Social And Sensor Networks, 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus
Trust In Social And Sensor Networks, Pramod Anantharam, Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan, Cory Andrew Henson, Amit P. Sheth
Trust can be defined as the perception of the trustor about the degree to which the trustee would satisfy an expectation about a transaction constituting risk. Trust plays a pivotal role when the risk in believing incorrect information is high. With Web 2.0 where user generated content and real time interactions dominate, the openness of data contribution may hinder the quality of information we can get.
Following The Lead Of Barack Obama, Cnn, And Ashton Kutcher: Police Departments’ Use Of Twitter, 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Following The Lead Of Barack Obama, Cnn, And Ashton Kutcher: Police Departments’ Use Of Twitter, Mari Sakiyama, Amanda Hurst, Omar Melchor, Daniel Shields, Deborah K. Shaffer, Joel D. Lieberman
Graduate Research Symposium (GCUA)
An increasing number of police departments are using Twitter to communicate with the public. As with any emerging communications technology, there is considerable variation in the usage of this medium. This study reports the results of a content analysis designed to determine how police departments are using Twitter.
Politics & Poverty: Is The New Media Changing The Message? An Analysis Of Framing In New Media News, 2010 University of Nevada Las Vegas, Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies
Politics & Poverty: Is The New Media Changing The Message? An Analysis Of Framing In New Media News, Jessica Wheeler
Graduate Research Symposium (GCUA)
Many media researchers have turned their attention to new media, specifically how the proliferation of blogs has changed the way media inuences the public agenda. Less attention has been paid to how blogs and new media are changing the way news is framed and reported. In a preliminary case study two elements of political news reporting on blogs were explored: 1) Do political blogs focus more on insider information and process news than traditional media’s online news outlets? 2) What implications, if any, does this dierence have on the value of the information in assisting the audience form opinions ...
How Different Are Young Adults From Older Adults When It Comes To Information Privacy Attitudes & Policies?, 2010 University of Pennsylvania
How Different Are Young Adults From Older Adults When It Comes To Information Privacy Attitudes & Policies?, Chris Jay Hoofnagle, Jennifer King, Su Li, Joseph Turow
Departmental Papers (ASC)
Media reports teem with stories of young people posting salacious photos online, writing about alcohol-fueled misdeeds on social networking sites, and publicizing other ill-considered escapades that may haunt them in the future. These anecdotes are interpreted as representing a generation-wide shift in attitude toward information privacy. Many commentators therefore claim that young people “are less concerned with maintaining privacy than older people are.” Surprisingly, though, few empirical investigations have explored the privacy attitudes of young adults. This report is among the first quantitative studies evaluating young adults’ attitudes. It demonstrates that the picture is more nuanced than portrayed in the ...
Dlo To Go: Fostering Instructional Use Of New Media, 2010 Wayne State University
Dlo To Go: Fostering Instructional Use Of New Media, Sandra G. Yee, Nardina N. Mein, Joshua Neds-Fox, Jonathan Mcglone
Library Scholarly Publications
In partnership with Michigan cultural institutions, and state and national funding agencies including the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Library of Michigan, the Wayne State University Library System's New Media & Information Technology unit has been a pioneer developer of digital library collections, including the Virtual Motor City, Digital Dress, and Herman Miller Collections. These collections are accessed thousands of times per month. However, technological barriers and an ad-hoc knowledge base result in hit-and-miss use in online instruction by both faculty and students. This problem is not unique to Wayne State: nationally, it has resulted in widespread ...
Volume 22 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2010, 2010 Syracuse University
Volume 22 Number 2, Newhouse Network, Spring 2010, Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications
Newsletters from School of Public Communications - Newhouse Network
Dean's Column -- 2010 Mirror Awards -- Larry Kramer '72 : An expert in the classroom -- Editing in a new era -- Journalism against all odds -- Winning Pitch -- 'Navigate new media' project -- Building the Brazilian Brand -- Giving voice to Veterans' stories -- Young Alumni to watch -- The world on campus --She's the first --Alexia Winner: 'Growing up girl' -- The Stand debuts in Print -- Carrying the torch -- Lessons from Lico -- M.O.B. Conference -- Faculty Retirements -- Speaker roundup -- Class notes -- Report of donors
Library Home Page Design: The Artist-Librarian Perspective, 2010 University of North Georgia
Library Home Page Design: The Artist-Librarian Perspective, Virginia C. Feher
Georgia Library Quarterly
The article focuses on a library home page that is designed from the artist-librarian perspective. It cites the need to include promotional features on a page to advertise resources available from the Web site and sponsored events. It notes that the application of the basic principles of art such as emphasis, harmony and movement is important for a successful composition of the page. Also stated is the use of color on a home page which, according to the author, can result in a page that is vibrant while supportive of the delivery of information.
Dissemination Of Communication And Information In Inland Fisheries, 2010 ICAR-Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute, (ICAR) Barrackpore, India
Dissemination Of Communication And Information In Inland Fisheries, Ganesh Chandra
Flow of communication and information from the research station to the end user is sine qua non for the sustainable production as well as productivity enhancement in inland fisheries and the development of fishers as a whole. The resource poor who are often more in need than others of information on sustainable and low external input technologies is least likely to gain access to the information required. This has been seen particularly in the fisheries sector where the channels of information accessible to the resource poor delivered information on new practices and recommendations as well as the new culture technologies ...
A New Concept For Privacy In The Light Of Emerging Sciences And Technologies, 2010 Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
A New Concept For Privacy In The Light Of Emerging Sciences And Technologies, Michael Friedewald
Privacy is recognized as a fundamental human right. It underpins human dignity and other values such as freedom of association and freedom of speech. It has become one of the most important human rights of the modern age. However, privacy is challenged in the net- worked society. New technologies undermine the individual right because they facilitate to collect, store, process and combine personal data for the use of security agencies but also of businesses. In many cases this means that the notion of privacy is losing its value. Thus a new concept seems to be necessary.
A Pda Intervention To Sustain Smoking Cessation In Clients With Socioeconomic Vulnerability, 2010 University of Nebraska Medical Center
A Pda Intervention To Sustain Smoking Cessation In Clients With Socioeconomic Vulnerability, Lynne Buchanan, Deepak Khazanchi
Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis Faculty Publications
This article describes a pilot study to explore use of a personal digital assistant (PDA) to sustain smoking cessation after discharge in clients with socioeconomic vulnerability. The major aim is to describe technology acceptance (perceived ease of use, usefulness, and attitude), portability, technical difficulty, satisfaction, and use time. The sample includes 31 medical surgical clients with average age of 47.35 (±13.3), average household income of $13,629 (±8,204), average number in the household of 2.67 (±2.22), and average education of 11th grade. The results demonstrate mean use time of 9.28 (±3.23) hr, or ...
Dvd Supplements: A Commentary On Commentaries, 2010 Fordham University
Dvd Supplements: A Commentary On Commentaries, Jacqueline Reich, Giorgio Bertellini
CMS Faculty Publications
In the last few decades, as graduate seminars have explored the
postmodern heuristics of the “death of the author,” DVD editions
have popularized a range of audio and print supplements that
have, directly or indirectly, expanded films’ authorial halo. The notion
of the commentary is, of course, nothing new to the academy:
consider the multiple annotated editions of literary classics. But its
material extension to the home theater “experience” has had peculiar
cultural and economic consequences. As value-adding paratexts,
audio and printed commentaries can turn film texts into critical or
luxury editions, to be marketed to different levels of cinephilic ...
The Facebook Story, 2010 Kennesaw State University
The Facebook Story, Brittany Rowland
Dissertations, Theses and Capstone Projects
This capstone is an exploration of the Facebook phenomenon in today's world. It delves into Facebook's creation and evolution; the construction of an identity on online social-networking sites and the nature of Facebook relationships and interactions; and the News Feed controversy of 2006 and other issues of Facebook privacy and security.
Hd Radio Vs. Public Radio Player, 2010 Linfield College
Hd Radio Vs. Public Radio Player, Michael Huntsberger
For more than five years, U.S. radio broadcasters have devoted time and resources to marketing and promoting HD Radio technology to consumers and listeners. At the same time, broadcasters and other providers have developed applications for wired and wireless devices that allow listeners to experience radio and radio-like services from around the globe. This presentation examines the functionality and utility of HD Radio and online audio services, and explains why HD Radio continues to be a marginal technology.
Network Neutrality Or Internet Innovation?, 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Network Neutrality Or Internet Innovation?, Christopher S. Yoo
Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law
Over the past two decades, the Internet has undergone an extensive re-ordering of its topology that has resulted in increased variation in the price and quality of its services. Innovations such as private peering, multihoming, secondary peering, server farms, and content delivery networks have caused the Internet’s traditionally hierarchical architecture to be replaced by one that is more heterogeneous. Relatedly, network providers have begun to employ an increasingly varied array of business arrangements and pricing. This variation has been interpreted by some as network providers attempting to promote their self interest at the expense of the public. In fact ...
Student Perceptions Of Digital Textbooks In A College Nursing Program, 2010 University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Student Perceptions Of Digital Textbooks In A College Nursing Program, Alan D. Eno
Theses from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications
The purpose of this research was to study the use of digital textbooks in a small liberal arts college. The research was a mixed methods descriptive study using a pre and post survey to determine student perceptions of the technology. Findings indicated that students needed training in the installation and use of digital textbooks. Findings also indicated the need for further research into what students understand about using digital textbooks. Recommendations are for the college to institute training sessions to teach students how to use the digital textbooks.
Teaching Television Production In The Age Of Youtube, 2010 Molloy College
Teaching Television Production In The Age Of Youtube, James N. Cohen Ma, Peter R. Gershon
Faculty Works: Digital Humanities & New Media
In this paper, we offer an examination of why traditional television producation pedagogy remains congent into the second decade of the 21st century. The shift to smaller distribution platforms and the democratization of television distribution through YouTube will cuase production teachers to shift emphases in their overall approach. Our thesis is that regardless of the delivery device, composition, the grammar of television and story structure still matter.
Teachers of the art and craft of television production routinely deal with a paradox; specifically, prepping their students for the future while adhering to their own educational and professional training that is often ...
Semantics-Empowered Text Exploration For Knowledge Discovery, 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus
Semantics-Empowered Text Exploration For Knowledge Discovery, Delroy H. Cameron, Pablo N. Mendes, Amit P. Sheth, Victor Chan
The interaction paradigm offered by most contemporary Web Information Systems is a search-and-sift paradigm in which users manually seek information using hyperlinked documents. This paradigm is derived from a document-centric model that gives users minimal support for scanning through high volumes of text. We present a novel information exploration paradigm based on a data-centric view of corpora, along with a prototype implementation that demonstrates the value in content-driven navigation. We leverage semantic metadata to link data in documents by exploiting named relationships between entities. We also present utilities for gathering user generated navigation trails, critical for knowledge discovery. We discuss ...
What Goes Around Comes Around - Improving Linked Open Data Through On-Demand Model Creation, 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus
What Goes Around Comes Around - Improving Linked Open Data Through On-Demand Model Creation, Christopher Thomas, Wenbo Wang, Pankaj Mehra, Delroy H. Cameron, Pablo N. Mendes, Amit P. Sheth
Web 2.0 has changed the way we share and keep up with information. We communicate through social media platforms and make the information we exchange to a large extent publicly available. Linked Open Data (LOD) follows the same paradigm of sharing information but also makes it machine accessible. LOD provides an abundance of structured information albeit in a less formally rigorous form than would be desirable for Semantic Web applications. Nevertheless, most of the LOD assertions are community reviewed and we can rely on their accuracy to a large extent. In this work we want to follow the Web ...