PEU

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AcronymDefinition
PEUPci Expansion Unit
PEUPerinatal Epidemiology Unit (various locations)
PEUPublic Employee Union (various locations)
PEUPerceived Ease of Use
PEUPower Electronics Unit
PEUPain Execution Unit (Part of the PainStation art project)
PEUProfessional Educators Union
PEUProcessing Electronics Unit
PEUPeripheral Electronics Unit
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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.
This study attempts to achieve the following research objectives: (1) To examine the effect of internet self-efficacy on perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness in the internet context among employees.
Perceived usefulness is the extent to which a person believes that using the technology will enhance his or her performance, and perceived ease of use is the extent to which a person believes that using the technology will be free of effort (Davis, 1989).
TAM3 posits that the effect of perceived ease of use on behavioral intention will diminish and the effect of perceived ease of use on perceived usefulness will increase with increasing experience with a technology (Venkatesh & Bala 2008).
Finally, perceived usefulness is determined by perceived ease of use as well as external variables, while perceived ease of use is influenced only by external variables.
2012) find that perceived compatibility has a significant effect on both perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use.
The authors of [31] defined the perceived ease of use as the degree to which a person believes that using a particular system is convenient.
Internal variables consist of intention to use, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and subjective norm.
This intention is based on the person's self-perceived usefulness (PU) and the perceived ease of use (PEOU) of the new technology.
Adding users' perceived value of greenness of transportation could help to ease their doubts and strengthen their trust in the green perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use of green transportation.
The TAM states that the behavioral intention of users towards the use of technology is determined by two variables, namely, perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use (Liu, Chen, Sun, Wible, & Kuo, 2010).
H2: There is a significant relationship between awareness of online banking (AOB) and perceived ease of use.
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