Now showing items 21-25 of 25

  • Service configuration and traffic distribution in composite radio environments 

    Demestichas, P. P.; Stavroulaki, V. A. G.; Papadopoulou, L. M. I.; Vasilakos, A. V.; Theologou, M. E. (2004)
    This paper adopts the assumption that cellular, broadband fixed wireless access (BFWA), wireless local area networks (WLAN), and digital video broadcasting (DVB) systems can be co-operating components of a composite-radio ...
  • The spatial aspects of enterprise learning in transition countries 

    Petrakos, G.; Tsiapa, M. (2001)
    This paper investigates the sources of enterprise learning under transition, using the results of a recent survey conducted in six Central and East European countries. The analysis identifies three possible and interacting ...
  • Using graph theory to analyze biological networks 

    Pavlopoulos, G. A.; Secrier, M.; Moschopoulos, C. N.; Soldatos, T. G.; Kossida, S.; Aerts, J.; Schneider, R.; Bagos, P. G. (2011)
    Understanding complex systems often requires a bottom-up analysis towards a systems biology approach. The need to investigate a system, not only as individual components but as a whole, emerges. This can be done by examining ...
  • Vulnerability based management of water resources systems 

    Kanakoudis, V. K. (2004)
    Must the water networks be fail-proof or must they remain safe during a failure? What must water system managers try to achieve? The present paper introduces a methodology for the hierarchical analysis (in time and space) ...
  • What makes a Web site popular? 

    Kavassalis, P.; Lelis, S.; Rafea, M.; Haridi, S. (2004)