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Observability must also be considered as ICTD initiatives increasingly have a high degree of result demonstrability and visibility (Chigona & Licker, 2008).
H1e: Perceived results demonstrability is positively associated with MIM adoption.
In considering trust as determinant of behavioral intention the output quality and demonstrability of measurements of TAM2 Models were considers as major components of trust or enhancing trust.
Cognitive instrumental processes include: job reverent, output quality, result, demonstrability and perceive ease of use.
15) At any rate, there are other potential points of contact between intuitionism and phenomenology; both are, for instance, concerned with effective and not purely formal demonstrability, the process of construction of objects in consciousness, and with the problem of what constitutes evidence.
In particular, we argue that users may form expectations about various dimensions such as system quality, support quality, result demonstrability, and compatibility after their initial use of a system.
To a great extent, this is in line with his explanations from the Notulae, where the regularity of the objects of physics was said to guarantee their demonstrability.
In TAM2 [10] the subjective norm, image, job relevance, and result demonstrability were found to be significant determinants of PU.
Moore and Benbasat (1991) further explained that based on the definition of observability, it was decided in their study to split the construct and focus on each dimension independently; one dimension was named Results Demonstrability and the other, Visibility.
Theoretically, it is extended based on TAM and such an extension is aimed at explaining PU and Usage Intentions with respect to social influence processes (Subjective Norm, Voluntariness, and Image) and cognitive instrumental processes (Job Relevance, Output Quality, Result Demonstrability and Perceived Ease of Use).
They theorized that subjective norm, image, job relevance, output quality and result demonstrability were determinants of perceived usefulness.
Furthermore, the conditions for success of social innovations are well-acknowledged, as has been summarised by Everett Rogers (23): The opportunities for success of an innovation increase with exceeding expected benefit, increased correlation with existing conditions, higher demonstrability of benefits, and low complexity of changes and vice versa.