Telematics and Informatics

Papers
(The H4-Index of Telematics and Informatics is 41. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Fake news and COVID-19: modelling the predictors of fake news sharing among social media users368
I, Chatbot: Modeling the determinants of users’ satisfaction and continuance intention of AI-powered service agents328
The effect of ICT on energy consumption and economic growth in South Asian economies: An empirical analysis208
To shop or not: Understanding Chinese consumers’ live-stream shopping intentions from the perspectives of uses and gratifications, perceived network size, perceptions of digital celebrities, and shopp106
What factors contribute to the acceptance of artificial intelligence? A systematic review106
Smart contracts on the blockchain – A bibliometric analysis and review100
Social support, belongingness, and value co-creation behaviors in online health communities90
Designing the metaverse: A study on inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility and safety for digital immersive environments89
Big data analytics meets social media: A systematic review of techniques, open issues, and future directions88
Why do people purchase virtual goods? A uses and gratification (U&G) theory perspective88
Do information and service quality affect perceived privacy protection, satisfaction, and loyalty? Evidence from a Chinese O2O-based mobile shopping application84
Diffusion of blockchain in insurance industry: An analysis through the review of academic and trade literature84
Does excessive social media use decrease subjective well-being? A longitudinal analysis of the relationship between problematic use, loneliness and life satisfaction83
Emerging-market consumers’ interactions with banking chatbots79
It doesn’t take a village to fall for misinformation: Social media use, discussion heterogeneity preference, worry of the virus, faith in scientists, and COVID-19-related misinformation beliefs78
Virtual reality adoption during the COVID-19 pandemic: A uses and gratifications perspective77
Examining the links between active Facebook use, received likes, self-esteem and happiness: A study using objective social media data76
Exploring public perceptions of the COVID-19 vaccine online from a cultural perspective: Semantic network analysis of two social media platforms in the United States and China74
The impact of knowledge management practices on the acceptance of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) by engineering students: A cross-cultural comparison71
Online grocery shopping before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A meta-analytical review69
Virus tinged? Exploring the facets of virtual reality use in tourism as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic69
Bibliometric mapping of mobile learning68
Uncovering interlinks among ICT connectivity and penetration, trade openness, foreign direct investment, and economic growth: The case of the G-20 countries67
Open government data portal usability: A user-centred usability analysis of 41 open government data portals67
ICT Diffusion, Foreign Direct Investment and Inclusive Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa65
Facial-expression recognition: An emergent approach to the measurement of tourist satisfaction through emotions64
Enterprise social media affordances as enablers of knowledge transfer and creative performance: An empirical study63
Using enterprise social media to investigate the effect of workplace conflict on employee creativity62
Identifying associations between mobile social media users’ perceived values, attitude, satisfaction, and eWOM engagement: The moderating role of affective factors62
Can COVID-19 pandemic influence experience response in mobile learning?60
Social comparison as a double-edged sword on social media: The role of envy type and online social identity60
Does information and communication technology and financial development lead to environmental sustainability in India? An empirical insight55
The big picture on Instagram research: Insights from a bibliometric analysis54
How compulsive WeChat use and information overload affect social media fatigue and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic? A stressor-strain-outcome perspective51
Who inadvertently shares deepfakes? Analyzing the role of political interest, cognitive ability, and social network size51
Did location-based games motivate players to socialize during COVID-19?50
What Makes Indian Cities Smart? A Policy Analysis of Smart Cities Mission48
Privacy paradox in mHealth applications: An integrated elaboration likelihood model incorporating privacy calculus and privacy fatigue48
Digital healthcare technology adoption by elderly people: A capability approach model43
What is the impact of service quality on customers’ satisfaction during COVID-19 outbreak? New findings from online reviews analysis43
Important citation identification using sentiment analysis of in-text citations42
Effects of brand anthropomorphism on consumer-brand relationships on social networking site fan pages: The mediating role of social presence41
Drivers of social media fatigue: A systematic review41
Understanding the diffusion and adoption of Bitcoin transaction services: The integrated approach41
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