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  • Effective cache management and performance limits in information-centric networks 

    Sourlas, V.; Tassiulas, L. (2013)
    Proliferation of content distribution traffic in the Internet is changing the requirements on the networking infrastructure to the extent that radical new architectures are envisioned, where information is addressed by ...
  • Learning objects and learning services in the semantic web 

    Hartonas, C.; Gana, E. (2008)
    With the development of the web and the intense research for a semantic web, the need arises for standardized and rigorous semantic specification both of Services on the semantic web and of the objects and processes that ...
  • On-line storage management with distributed decision making for content-centric networks 

    Sourlas, V.; Gkatzikis, L.; Tassiulas, L. (2011)
    Content traffic proliferation in Internet makes more dire than ever the development of radical new network architectures, where information will be addressed by semantic attributes rather than the origin and destination ...
  • Publishing diachronic life science linked data 

    Gkirtzou, K.; Vergoulis, T.; Hatzigeorgiou, A.; Sellis, T.; Dalamagas, T. (2014)
    The Linked Data paradigm involves practices to publish, share, and connect data on the Web. Thus, it is a compelling approach for the dissemination and re-use of scientific data, realizing the vision of the so-called Linked ...
  • User modeling for pedestrian navigation services 

    Kikiras, P.; Tsetsos, V.; Papataxiarhis, V.; Katsikas, T.; Hadjiefthymiades, S. (2009)
    Human-centered and user-adaptive systems are at the heart of the Design for All and Ambient Intelligence concepts. Evidently, user models are necessary "ingredients" of such systems. We present a user model for navigation ...
  • Using grid infrastructure for the promotion of biomedical knowledge mining 

    Chatziioannou, A.; Kanaris, I.; Doukas, C.; Maglogiannis, I. (2010)
    Transcriptomic technologies (DNA microarrays, Next generation sequencers) represent a major innovation in biomedical research contributing an unprecedented wealth of data regarding genome-wide inspection of an organism. ...