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REPRESENTING SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN EXTENDED SOCIAL NETWORK ESPECIALLY CONSIDERING TRANSPORT APPLICATION POSSIBILITIES

DOI: 10.7708/ijtte.2017.7(4).02


7 / 4 / 424 - 429 Pages

Author(s)

Arpad Torok - Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Transport Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary -


Abstract

The objective of this article is to the demonstrate a complex system that makes it possible for users to reduce their costs expenditures when purchasing specific goods by making society-aware decisions. The system bases the estimation process of social-economical values that are proportional to the extent of social awareness on external cost calculation methodology. Basically, the concept of the described intelligent system places the elements aimed to boost external savings and profits and to motivate socially aware decisions around the "concept of returning customers".


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