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u·til·i·ty

(yū-til'i-tē),
In biomedical ethics and clinical decision analysis, the satisfaction or economic advantage gained from the outcome that results from a particular decision.
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Notice is hereby given to the general public that Uhuru Park Grounds is scheduled to undergo phased improvement works in order to enhance usefulness to its visitors.
Ahn, Ryu, and Han (2004) stated that information quality, system quality, and service quality are variables that directly affect the perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness of a technology.
Peattie (1992) indicated that governmental institutions should provide precise data for consumers to enhance their trust in the perceived usefulness of certain products.
The reason for selecting ease of use and usefulness in addition to external variables in the models for TAM 2 and TAM 3 were to clarify the hedonic effect clearly associated with market delimitation.
Keywords: Social Networking Sites Perceived Usefulness Collaborative Learning Resource Sharing.
We should be thankful that there is nothing that is going to decide our fate based upon our contribution and usefulness to life so far.
Objective: To evaluate usefulness of lectures in learning of basic science subjects by students and lecturers.
It is with regret that the judicial commission has concluded the minister's usefulness has been seriously impaired and he has, in part by his own actions, placed himself in a position where it is impossible for him to satisfactorily discharge the duties of his charge.
These were 1) intention 2) perceived usefulness 3) perceived ease of use 4) anxiety 5) social impact 6) self efficacy 7) facilitating conditions 8) voluntariness.
The usefulness of "The Gazette", the second oldest existing daily newspaper in Egypt, has however varied down the years.
It also reports on assistance delivery and contributions to state capacity as judged by managers in state education agencies (SEAs), on quality as judged by panels of subject-matter experts, and on relevance and usefulness as judged by practitioners who participated in Center activities or received Center products.