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The constructs are perceived usefulness, trust, and perceived ease of use, behavioural intention, output quality, job relevance, result demonstrability, self-efficacy, and anxiety, perceptions of external control, playfulness, perceived enjoyment, subjective norm, and image.
Subjective norms, result demonstrability and perceived ease of use were found to have a significant effect on perceived usefulness.
(60.) James Swindal, Faith and Reason, INTERNET ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHIL., [] (emphasis omitted) ("Some kind of algorithmic demonstrability is ordinarily presupposed.").
--H5: 'Result Demonstrability' has positive impact on users' 'Perceived Usefulness' of M-ERP.
For instance, Agarwar and Prasad (1997) found that relative advantage and result demonstrability were positively associated with acceptance on the internet.
He told the Birmingham Post: "I think mayors are demonstrability good for cities not just here but throughout the world."
Results demonstrability "the tangibility of the results of using the innovation, including their observability and communicability" (Moore & Benbasat, 1991).
According to them, external factors effecting the perception of usefulness are, experience, voluntariness, subjective norm, image, job relevance, output quality, and result demonstrability. The external variables of PEOU are antecedents (New technology as a game, sufficiency of new technology, external audit) and adaptations (Usability of new technology and its perception as entertaining).
Aspects of device use that may have been appreciated during earlier stages, such as ease of learning and demonstrability, will likely wane in importance when users become more experienced with operating the device or reconstituting the drug product.
In other words, the society needs dialogue in terms of demonstrability of the women's sports.
Moore and Benbasat (1991) adapted the characteristics of innovation proposed by Rogers and outlined a set of constructs that can be used to study the adoption of technology by the individual: perceived relative advantage, perceived ease of use, perceived image, perceived compatibility, visibility, and result demonstrability. Whether positively or negatively taken into consideration for e-business adoption practices, these theories focus on the feelings and perceptions of individuals before using the technology in question.