The Internet of Things (IoT) and Social Interaction: Influence of Source Attribution and Human Specialization

Engineering International

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Title The Internet of Things (IoT) and Social Interaction: Influence of Source Attribution and Human Specialization
Creator Vadlamudi, Siddhartha
Subject IoT
Source Attribution
Specialization Source
Human-IoT interaction
Description The evolvement of IT has open new doors in connecting many devices to the worldwide web that successively produce data around the physical setting using the IoT. However, the system of message turns out to be slightly intricate in human specialization-internet of things communication for the reason that the IoT is a system including diverse objects transferring data This study examines the hypothetical pathway by which the changes in source attribution that is multiple against single and specialization that is multi-functionality against single functionality of IoT devices affect the quality of human- internet of things interaction. The result from the study obtained from 80 participants that took part in the experiment shows that multiple source attribution improves the condition of information basically for the low-involvement people supports further probes the multiple source effects. However, this study recommends improvement of attribution source and human specialization-IoT.
Publisher Asian Business Consortium
Date 2021-04-20
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source Engineering International; Vol. 9 No. 1 (2021): January - June Issue; 17-28
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Siddhartha Vadlamudi

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