Eurasian Journal of Higher Education <h2><span style="font-size: 14px;">EJHE is a refereed academic journal. The journal publishes research articles in social sciences and interdisciplinary sciences. Articles are thus expected to be proactively interdisciplinary. The main objective of the Journal is to provide an intellectual platform for scholars, a platform in which research in alternative paradigms for interdisciplinary studies could be presented and debated.</span></h2> en-US <p><a title="License Terms" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0</a></p> (Omer Farooq) (Omer Farooq) Mon, 30 Jan 2023 12:05:17 +0000 OJS 60 Comparison Of Different Types Of Machine Learning On Remote Education <p>The effects of Artificial Intelligence on today's world have been life changing, but how exactly has AI had an impact on humans? The motive for these observations is to provide others a better understanding of how AI enhances our learning experience for the greater, and it also lets us comprehend the differentiation to non-AI involving situations. While accounting multiple studies into comparison, this has helped us analyze these concepts. The use of AI results in a further more personalized experience with extended learning gains when put into comparison to standard computed programs, also enabling a finer learning experience. This document answers questions regarding the dependability and the outcomes of using AI and how AI works</p> Mehmet Bisen, Alper Yusuf Ozbey, Yusuf Koroglu, Adam Sharif, Yusuf Sinan Copyright (c) 2023 Mehmet Bisen, Alper Yusuf Ozbey, Yusuf Koroglu, Adam Sharif, Yusuf Sinan Mon, 30 Jan 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Increasing product variety: Conflicts in shelf space allocation <p>The increasing product variety trend prevalent in most industries today does not stop at retailers. Unfortunately, this trend is a mounting task due to limited shelf space. Based on a survey of 376 people, this research provides an insightful picture of the connection between product variety and impulse buying decisions. One of the study's main findings is that product variety offered by retailers is one of the main in-store factors driving impulse purchases. Since the survey results show the importance of product variety for retailers, the paper also presents some concepts as to how retailers can deal with the numerous product varieties under the condition of limited shelf spaces, e.g., by allowing manufacturers to compete for shelf space.</p> Christina Schabasser Copyright (c) 2023 Christina Schabasser Thu, 02 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000