Essays about: "CHAT"

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    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik, kommunikation och lärande

    Author : Martin Misgeld; [2020-11-17]
    Keywords : digital textbook; educational technology; activity theory; CHAT; instruction in mathematics;

    Abstract : Purpose:The study aims to understand the dynamics behind the teachers motive to use and not use digital textbooks in the activity instruction of mathematics. How are the motives influenced by the perceived dynamics created by the use of the textbooks? An understanding of this might serve to give perspective to the difficulties in implementing educational technology as well as being of help for policymakers, decisionmakers, producers and designers of tools. READ MORE


    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik, kommunikation och lärande

    Author : Panagiotis Rafailidis; [2020-11-17]
    Keywords : Stack Overflow; Communities of Practice; question; comments; ; information exchange; CQA;

    Abstract : Purpose: The purpose of this study is firstly to explore how the users of Stack Overflow, anonline community-based Question and Answer platform, inquire for informationthrough the formulation of a question, according to the community guidelines.Secondly, to observe the information exchange procedure between the question andthe comment section. READ MORE

  3. 3. Exploring the Compatibility of E-servicescape Conceptual Model and the Conceptualization of Social Factors in the Context of Taobao and TMall

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för service management och tjänstevetenskap

    Author : Bin Huang; [2020]
    Keywords : Servicescape; e-servicescape; online servicescape; aesthetic appeal AA ; layout and functionality LF ; financial security FS ; social factors SF ; trust in website TW ; purchase intentions PI ; S-O-R; Chinese online retailing; social dimension; Taobao; TMall; online customer reviews OCRs ; live-chat; live-streaming; factor analysis; exploratory factor analysis EFA .; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Prior to the accomplishment of this research, the compatibility of the classic e-servicescape conceptual model in the context Taobao and TMall in China were rarely found among existing e-servicescape literatures due to the standardization taken by both online platforms towards the establishment of individual webshops. Meanwhile, the conceptualization of social factors as social dimension of e-servicescape construct was mostly absent in the existing e-servicescape literatures. READ MORE

  4. 4. Conversational Chatbots with Memory-based Question and Answer Generation

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Medie- och InformationsteknikLinköpings universitet/Tekniska högskolan; Linköpings universitet/Medie- och InformationsteknikLinköpings universitet/Tekniska högskolan

    Author : Mikael Lundell Vinkler; Peilin Yu; [2020]
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    Abstract : The aim of the study is to contribute to research in the field of maintaining long-term engagingness in chatbots, which is done through rapport building with the help of user and agent specific memory. Recent advances in end-to-end trained neural conversational models (fully functional chit-chat chatbots created by training a neural model) present chatbots that converse well with respect to context understanding with the help of their short-term memory. READ MORE

  5. 5. Worshipping on Zoom: A Digital Ethnographic Study of African Pentecostals Churches and their Liturgical Practices during Covid-19

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle (KS)

    Author : Giuseppina Addo; [2020]
    Keywords : African Pentecostal; Affect theory; Covid 19; Affordance theory;

    Abstract : Drawing on theoretical concepts of affordance and affect, and by conducting a digital ethnographic research on African Pentecostal communities in Northern Italy, the research analyses how offline liturgical practice are translated in online platforms such as Zoom and Free Conference Call during the Covid-19 global pandemic. It is argued that online affordances such as the chat box and emojis are used by believers to communicate affective moments during worship services, while the mute button is used as a tool by leaders to wield their power to restore order and surveillance. READ MORE