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  • French
    Authors: 
    Chatellier, Vincent; Chaumet, Jean-Marc; POUCH, Thierry;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The Covid-19 pandemic is a major global event. A reflection on the first implications of this sanitary crisis for the world agricultural economy and the animal sectors of three geographical areas is proposed in this article. The agri-food systems...

  • Authors: 
    Marry Tracy Pawan; Juliana Langgat;
    Publisher: PENERBIT UMT

    For the event organiser, Sabah is one of the states that becomes a focal point. As Sabah is one of the most popular tourist destinations, several large events such as the Sabah Jazz Festival, Pesta Lepa-lepa, Pesta Kaamatan, Pesta Kalimaran, and other festivals have bee...

  • Authors: 
    Ghislain Mervyl Saint-Juste Kossingou; Bessan Melckior Degboe; Nadege Gladys Ndassimba; Samuel Ouya; Gervais Mendy;
    Publisher: ACM

    Following the perpetual political-military crises, most of the rural areas of the Central African Republic (CAR) are occupied by armed groups. This leads to human insecurity in these areas. Children, adolescents, and youth are out of school. Primary and secondary school...

  • Authors: 
    Amni Zarkasyi Rahman; Retna Hanani; Hardi Warsono; Retno Sunu Astuti; Ika Putranti;
    Publisher: EAI
  • Publication . Other literature type . Conference object . 2021
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Mihaela Banek Zorica; Nikolaj Lazić; Jasmin Klindzic;
    Country: Croatia

    The impact of the pandemic on higher education has left its mark on all actors in the educational process. In the case of Croatia, pandemics combined with natural disasters i.e. strong earthquakes posed additional challenges to the educational process. The transition to...

  • Authors: 
    Arwa Alrawais; Fatemah Alharbi; Moteeb Almoteri; Sara A Aljwair; Sara SAljwair;
    Publisher: Academy and Industry Research Collaboration Center (AIRCC)

    The COVID-19 pandemic has swapped the world, causing enormous cases, which led to high mortality rates across the globe. Internet of Things (IoT) based social distancing techniques and many current and emerging technologies have contributed to the fight against the spre...

  • Authors: 
    Ann-Kristin Cordes; Niclas Musies;
    Publisher: IEEE

    The lock-down situation and subsequent restrictions as response to the COVID-19 pandemic led to a decline in revenue, liquidity bottlenecks and complicated customer management for German retailers. The crisis has put the organizations in a situation to rethink customer ...

  • Authors: 
    jinlong yu; miao li;
    Publisher: SPIE

    With the popularization of the 5G (fifth generation), cloud computing and Internet of Things, China has developed an multi-dimensional and all-round smart tourism system, which has become China's development trend in tourism industry. Based on the background of post-pan...

  • Authors: 
    Abdelghani Babori; Khalid Ghoulam; Noureddine Falih; Hicham Ouchitachen;
    Publisher: IEEE

    Over the last years, various studies have concentrated on E-learning and its impact on the performance of students. This learning context has raised and guided several studies of E-learning from educational and technical perspectives. However, there is a paucity of lite...

  • Authors: 
    Ikram Ben Abdel Ouahab; Lotfi Elaachak; Mohammed Bouhorma; Yasser A. Alluhaidan;
    Publisher: IEEE

    Medical staffs wear face masks to prevent the spread of the disease. Nowadays, with the coronavirus pandemic everyone must wear a facemask for the same reason. When a person near to you coughs, talks, sneezes he could release germs into the air that may infect you or an...