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Human Interaction with Mobile Devices on Social Networks by Young and Elderly People: Iraq a Case Study

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  • Planning and Follow Up Department,University Headquarter, University of Anbar, Iraq
  • Computer Science Department,College of Computer Science and Information Technology,University of Anbar Anbar, Iraq

Abstract


Background/Objectives: This research attempts to deal with the human interaction with mobile devices on social networks by young and elderly people in Iraq. The research aims to investigate the most important positive or negative socialconsequences. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The study sample test comprises of (500) people. The examination in view of the strategy for social study by method for test technique and applies questionnaire as an method to gather information. The exploration proposes study as the first of its kind to make a decision to choose the best criteria based on HMI technology, in addition to the use of association rules. It also provides the necessary structure for building the system in knowledge base of young and elderly people in Iraq.To investigate HMI framework, methodologies, and processes, techniques to bring another measurement, the need to oversee learning by concentrating on individuals and upgrade their capacity by enhancing correspondence, data exchange and coordinated effort.To propose applications or programs that make the user, even young or elderly people, more interest or related to learning and applying the instructions mobile devices in social networks. Findings: The main findings of the research arethat the cell phone has positive and negative results.The survey focused ondetermines the main uses (normal use or internet use)and advantages and disadvantages of human cooperation with mobile on social networks by youthful and elderly individuals. The study demonstrated that despite the fact that the greater part of users had a mobile that is utilized for daily affairs , some of regardless them confront challenges of taking care of them. The study demonstrated that albeit most users receive the social networks for over one hour a day, some of despite everything them encounter challenges amid its utilization and request better approaches for cooperating with this apparatus. Application/Improvement: There are two important aspects of this research: the first one is the theoretical study that the follow-up technical developments and their different effects on social surroundings is very important for human society in general while the second one is the applied study that found the problems associated with the use of devices usually associated with use and to identify these problems usually helps minimize raised through preparedness and provide solutions and submit proposals and start preventive programs in the early times before it’s too late.

Keywords

Human Mobile Interaction, Mobile Devices, Social Networks, Young and Elderly People.

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