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  • Why a few social networking sites succeed while many fail

    The purpose of this research is to study why a few social networking sites (SNSs) succeed, while many others fail. Collecting data from 89 Facebook users reveals that electronic word of mouth (EWOM), ease of use, source credibility, information usefulness, and user participation contribute to the success of SNSs.

    Models, methods and tools for car body development

    The research presented in this licentiate thesis has been carried out at the advanced body engineering group at Volvo Car Corporation (VCC). The research has been done while enrolled at the Division of Computer Aided Design (CAD) at Luleå University of Technology. The research was initiated by VCC as part of the VCC industrial PhD program and in close co-operation with the CAD division at Luleå University of Technology. The research has been conducted within the ENDREA national graduate progr...

    mSTAR:enabling collaborative applications on the Internet

    The mStar environment features an agent-based architecture, implemented in Java, which preserves compatibility with the dominant Mbone paradigm for IP multicast. In particular, mStar supports developers in creating distributed, real-time multimedia software applications such as e-meetings.

    Improving snow water equivalent estimates with ground penetrating radar by measuring on multiple channels

    Snow water equivalent (SWE) of a snowpack is often measured along well-chosen transects representative of an area of interest, such as a drainage basin, to capture spatial distribution of SWE, which is of great interest for many applications. For example, it is a useful input to the new generation of hydrological models used for snow melt run-off predictions. A time-effective method to perform such measurements is to conduct them along one or several transects using a ground penetrating radar...

    The boundless self in a techno-social world

    Learning involves a change of the human being and is a part of the identity development. Identity develops in relation to the world. Pupils dwell in a hall of mirrors at school and in the classroom, but also in a much more extensive hall of mirrors on the Internet. The mirror halls enable the creation of several and better versions of the self and accommodate multiple representations of the identity in these different dimensions of the world. The identity formation also encompasses relations ...
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