Series-1 (March – April 2019)March – April 2019 Issue Statistics
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|Title||:||Sentiment Summarizer for Opinionated Symbiotic Discussion Chains under Social Networks|
|Authors||:||Mohammed Tune || Abdulkadir Ahmed|
ABSTRACT: The sentiment discourse (i.e. responses and replay) on the social Network sites such as, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Forums, etc., forms the outbreaks of ample of opinionated thread chains. To get a complete message, every single opinionated text under these chains has to be seen interdependently. However, it is problematic to get a complete message from such threaded opinion chains, solely by applying the state-of-the-art computational linguistic techniques being utilized under opinion mining. In this paper, an opinion-oriented graph-based summarizing model from an opinionated discourse text of social network site is proposed. The major novelty of this paper is the use........
Keywords: back-tracing; discourse; opinion oriented-graph; social network; thread
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|Title||:||Spectrum Allocation for Non- Orthogonal Multiple Access In Heterogeneous Networks|
|Authors||:||Meekha Hanna Sam || Sherry Varghese George|
ABSTRACT: To meet the emanate traffic requirement, 5G system should be capable of supporting high data rates with very low latency. Since the resources are limited, it will be a tough task. In order to solve the crisis, two techniques are studied in Non Orthogonal Multiple Access. The first one is, many to one matching where small cell base station is matched to resource block which results in a low complexity algorithm. The small cell base stations (SBSs) are capable of communicating with multiple small cell users. The spectrum allocation issue is modeled as a many-to-one matching game. The Second one is, a hybrid system which is a combination of both orthogonal and non-orthogonal multiple access.........
Keywords: Heterogeneous network, Non orthogonal multiple access (NOMA), orthogonal multiple access (OMA), Spectrum allocation, Spectral efficiency
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ABSTRACT: The main aim of this study is to provide practitioners and researchers with some insights into the users' level of smartphone marketing of therapeutic tourism with more focus on the Arab world. Marketing of therapeutic tourism has not been addressed substantially as a research area and very little research exist about the use of technologies in tourism marketing in general and the Arab world in specific. Generally, this work will contribute to the Arab behavior in the adoption of smartphone marketing in tourism research. Specifically, this study will add to the body of knowledge for the future development of smartphone marketing in the therapeutic tourism in Jordan.
Keywords: Smartphone, Therapeutic tourism, Marketing.
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