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Year 2021
  • A new multi-process collaborative architecture for time series classification
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    - KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS - Year 2021

    Time series classification (TSC) is the problem of categorizing time series data by using machine learning techniques. Its applications vary from cybersecurity and health care to remote sensing and human activity recognition. In this paper, we propose a novel multi-process collaborative architecture for TSC. The propositioned method amalgamates multi-head convolutional neural networks and capsule mechanism. In addition to the discovery...

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  • Cognitive Systems, Concepts, Processes, and Techniques for the Age of Industry 4.0
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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - Year 2021

    The aim of this Guest Edition of Cybernetics and Systems is to present a wide-ranging scale of concepts and processes being currently researched, developed, and evaluated in real life settings in anticipation of incoming Industry 4.0 era. With the fourth industrial revolution expectation, the broad spectrum of cognitive approaches have emerged as an attempt to mimic and augment, in some way, human intelligence. Intelligence, in...

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  • Company versus consumer performance: does brand community identification foster brand loyalty and the consumer’s personal brand?
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    - Journal of Brand Management - Year 2021

    This study investigates the effect of community identification in building brand loyalty (attitudinal and behavioural) and a personal brand via social networks. The proposed model explained the main community identification antecedents and how identification can lead to enhanced company and consumer performance. This study adopts the theoretical lens of uses and gratifications theory and identifies three motivational drivers of...

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  • Creating Shared Value by the University
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    Purpose Works that link creating shared value (CSV) with the university are arising, and there is a hope for a great future of this combination. The main problem with these works is that they are based on the wrong assumptions of what CSV is. The aim of the paper is to properly explain the concept of CSV and match it with university social responsibility (USR) at a strategic level. Design/methodology/approach A literature review...

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  • Evaluating Industry 4.0 Implementation Challenges Using Interpretive Structural Modeling and Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process
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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - Year 2021

    The fourth industrial revolution known as Industry 4.0 is reshaping and evolving the way industries produce products and individuals live and work therefore, gaining massive attraction from academia, business and politics. The manufacturing industries are optimistic regarding the opportunities Industry 4.0 may offer such as, improved efficiency, productivity and customization. The present research contributes to the Industry 4.0...

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  • Evolutionary benefits of personality traits when facing workplace bullying
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    Facing workplace bullying negatively affects physical and mental health, and consequently quality of life and well-being. Personality traits that can help an individual survive and reproduce entail more benefits than costs. Building on two evolutionary theories, Life History Theory and Costly Signaling Theory, this study aims to provide novel insights into how and why personality traits are associated with facing workplace bullying...

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  • Experience-Based Product Inspection Planning for Industry 4.0
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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - Year 2021

    In this paper we describe how our Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) system can be used to enhance product inspection planning. The SVPD system is comprised of three main modules, these being the design knowledge management (DKM) module, the manufacturing capability and process planning (MCAPP) module, and the product inspection planning (PIP) module. Experiential knowledge relating to formal decisional events is collected,...

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  • Family business succession – the practical or also theoretical problem. Bibliometric analysis
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    - Year 2021

    Family businesses, in various forms, have existed since societies began to be created. However, family business research has a decidedly shorter tradition. In favorable conditions, family enterprises develop for many generations, and their fate is intertwined with the fate of the families. The topics of family businesses are raised by researchers around the world. Estimates regarding the number of family businesses are a frequent...

  • Relating Information Culture to Information Policies and Management Strategies
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    - Year 2021

    Business and information managers have struggled to meet several challenges in aligning information strategies and business cultures. The consequences of a misalignment or misfit of strategy and culture are well known in business literature, and better guidance on how to better align strategy and culture is needed. This means expanding the puzzle to align business and information cultures, align business and information strategies,...

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  • Smart Approach for Glioma Segmentation in Magnetic Resonance Imaging using Modified Convolutional Network Architecture (U-NET)
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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - Year 2021

    Segmentation of a brain tumor from magnetic resonance multimodal images is a challenging task in the field of medical imaging. The vast diversity in potential target regions, appearance and multifarious intensity threshold levels of various tumor types are few of the major factors that affect segmentation results. An accurate diagnosis and its treatment demand strict delineation of the tumor affected tissues. Herein, we focus on...

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  • Smart Cities Concept - Readiness of City Halls as a Measure of Reaching a Smart City Perception
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    The article presents a proposal for a new approach to the assessment of Smart Cities: testing the readiness of city halls to a Smart City. The approach is the result of two-year studies involving ten major city halls. Readiness is compared with the previously used Smart City assessment methods: rankings or ISO standards. The relationship between readiness and organization maturity was also presented. The key role of city halls...

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  • Study on Strategy in University Laboratory Class Teaching
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    - Year 2021

    Laboratory teaching is a critical way to ensure the effective input of techniques in engineering learning. Laboratory teaching not only contributes to improving course quality but also helps enrich comprehensive engineering application ability. However, there are some typical problems in current university laboratory teaching, such as rigid and isolated course design, outdated contents and materials, and not encouraging innovation...

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  • Toward Intelligent Recommendations Using the Neural Knowledge DNA
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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - Year 2021

    In this paper we propose a novel recommendation approach using past news click data and the Neural Knowledge DNA (NK-DNA). The Neural Knowledge DNA is a novel knowledge representation method designed to support discovering, storing, reusing, improving, and sharing knowledge among machines and computing systems. We examine our approach for news recommendation tasks on the MIND benchmark dataset. By taking advantages of NK-DNA, deep...

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  • Train the trainer course
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    - Year 2021

    This chapter presents the concept, evaluation and evaluation results for the train the trainer. This concept of train the trainers is prepared within Workpackage 5 of EU-funded project: MASTER BSR (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Programme). Due to the nature of adult learning the content is designed for the use of participatory methods (involved, active). This method uses various techniques of active learning e.g. group work,...

  • Visegrád countries' scientific productivity in the European context: a 10-year perspective using Web of Science and Scopus

    Measuring the growth of research productivity is a core element of performance in the higher education sector. This paper aims to analyse the scientific productivity of the Visegrád Group countries (2010-2019) based on data from the WoS and Scopus databases as well as data from secondary sources (demographic and socio-economic factors). Quantitatively, although Poland has the highest output, this is due to its comparative size,...

  • Where Did Knowledge Management Go?: A Comprehensive Survey
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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - Year 2021

    Knowledge Management (KM) research outputs have been expanding exponentially in the past years, generating diversified topics, which lack integration and classification. It has been challenging for experts to classify KM because of its versatile open fields, and in our view, it contributes to the technocratic approach remaining behind the organizational approach. This paper highlights a way to classify KM publications through a...

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Year 2020