Results for "Information and communication technology"
Affective computing issues in collaborative and autonomous educational process, providing emotion recognition and the significance of adaptive regulation especially in stressful situations using bio-feedback, psychological and pedagogical techniques.
The synthesis and analysis of emotions is an interdisciplinary scientific field consisting from the combination of computer science, psychology and cognitive science. This work used two physiological techniques in order to collect bio-signals from students who are engaged in a learning activity. Th...
The game framework can be used for the implementation of collaborative game based learning activities. An instructor can use a web interface which is responsible for the customization of the game and so he/she can have a game based on his/her student’s needs or the lesson’s context. Our aim is the p...
The DISCOVER approach will focus on a number of elements that are both socially and technically innovative challenging existing practices and creating technical solutions for better care provision. In particular the DISCOVER solution is the integration of three core areas: - E-Learning (Digital skil...
USEFIL aims to address the gap between technological research advances and the practical needs of elderly people (65+) by developing advanced but affordable in-home unobtrusive monitoring and web communication solutions. The proposed solution is a holistic proactive and unobtrusive approach consisti...
A semantic platform is a software infrastructure that is able to pull in undefined data and push out defined data with the proper meaning attached in the form of new semantically relevant metadata describing the unstructured content. This in turn creates new insight and knowledge for people to acces...
Managing intellectual property assets of a company is a value-creating activity. Used in the correct way it creates revenue for the company, adds value to a product on the market, and increases global market share or market exclusivity. Effective management can also lead to a strengthened position v...
The first Exterior Point Simplex Algorithm (EPSA) was originally developed by Paparrizos in 1991, for the Assignment Problem. Later, Paparrizos generalized EPSA to the general LP. Since then, several algorithmic approaches belonging in this type of algorithms have been developed for other network op...
Linked Open Data (LOD) is simply about “using the Web to create typed links between data from different sources. These may be as diverse as databases maintained by two organisations in different geographical locations, or simply heterogeneous systems within one organisation that, historically, have ...
The component of Linked semantic Web Services involves publishing semantic annotations of services based on a direct application of linked data principles. A possible approach, in order to achieve the above scope, is the use of iServe which supports publishing service annotations as linked data. In ...
A manifold is a topological space that only locally exhibits flat conventional geometry. On global scale, it demonstrates profound structural hyper-organization. In the space of a manifold the conventional Euclidean distances are less important as they do not capture the manifold’s geometry. In orde...
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