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visitor-based networking

A network that provides temporary Internet access in hotels, airports, convention centers and other public venues. Connections are typically wired or wireless Wi-Fi (Ethernet), which makes it convenient for travelers with laptops or handheld devices to obtain email and Web access.
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The content of VBN tended to increase with increasing dietary levels of tapioca residue; however, the differences were not statistically significant.
Regarding the meaning of tag pattern in Table 4, if FK contains a "VBD VBN IN" type tag and exists before "ETT2," "ETT1" can be "entity" or "method" and "ETT2" can be the "value", "technique" or "property." In the following sentence, "skin cancers were treated with medical oncology wards," "skin cancers" can be an object representing "entity" or "entity candidate" and "two separate study areas" can be "technique" or "property."
The third section consisted of three metrics capturing concepts in the VBN framework.
Via norms, we connect the Theory of Planned Behaviour ('TPB') with the Value-Belief-Norm Model ('VBN').
FTIR, SEM, chalcogramma) color, mechanical, rheological and sensory attributes Sodium chloride, Yellow Water sugars, polyols corvina activity, (Larimichthys VBN, color polyactis) moisture content Starch, glycine, Yellow Water sodium lactate corvina activity, (L.
Factors influencing the acceptability of energy policies: Testing VBN theory, Journal of Environmental Psychology 25, 415-425.
Buffalo, NY, June 16, 2016 --(PR.com)-- There are those who are proud of the city from which they hail--and then there are the good people at Visit Buffalo Niagara (VBN) who take pride to the next level.
Specifically, the study hypothesized that energy-related attributes would significantly differentiate female and male students, and tested the effectiveness of Value-Belief-Norm (VBN) theory in explaining female's household energy conservation behaviors.
One model that predicts environmentally responsible behaviour is the value-belief-norm (VBN) theory developed by Stern and colleagues (Stern, 2000; Stern et al., 1999), which examines which values, beliefs, and personal norms will evolve into positive environmental behaviour.
Beliefs about the social and physical world are central to most models that attempt to explain human behavior, including the expectancy value (EV) model (Fishbein 1963), the reasoned action approach (formerly theory of planned behavior) (Fishbein and Ajzen 2010), and the values-beliefs-norms (VBN) model (Stern 2000).
Dash, Ex-Regional Adviser (VBN), World Health Organization (SEARO), New Delhi, India for critical review of the article and for valuable suggestions.