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  • An architecture for secure VoiIP and collaboration applications 

    Zisiadis, D.; Kopsidas, S.; Tassiulas, L. (2007)
    VoIP and collaboration Internet applications are a driving force for the use and expansion of the Internet. Current applications usually require end user registration in a central user database, which in turn provides ...
  • Bringing IoT and cloud computing towards pervasive healthcare 

    Doukas, C.; Maglogiannis, I. (2012)
    Pervasive healthcare applications utilizing body sensor networks generate a vast amount of data that need to be managed and stored for processing and future usage. Cloud computing among with the Internet of Things (IoT) ...
  • Design and implementation of a VIPSec based application 

    Kopsidas, S.; Zisiadis, D.; Tassiulas, L. (2007)
    Voice over IP (VoIP) is one of the most emerging technologies, while a respectable number of corresponding applications are being implemented or updated in daily basis. Although communications security is a constant ...
  • EasyHarvest: Supporting the deployment and management of sensing applications on smartphones 

    Katsomallos, M.; Lalis, S. (2014)
    In this paper we present a first prototype of the EasyHarvest framework, which aims to simplify the deployment and controlled execution of large-scale sensing applications on smartphones. On the one hand, application owners ...
  • iMuse Mobile Tour: A personalized multimedia museum guide opens to groups 

    Fevgas, A.; Tsompanopoulou, P.; Bozanis, P. (2011)
    In the recent years, there is a growing interest in exploiting the advances of mobile and pervasive computing to museum environments. A mobile museum guide, named iMuse Mobile Tour is presented in this paper. The guide ...
  • Mobile healthcare information management utilizing Cloud Computing and Android OS 

    Doukas, C.; Pliakas, T.; Maglogiannis, I. (2010)
    Cloud Computing provides functionality for managing information data in a distributed, ubiquitous and pervasive manner supporting several platforms, systems and applications. This work presents the implementation of a ...
  • Mobility work re-visited not considered harmful 

    Trossen, D.; Vasilakos, X.; Flegkas, P.; Sourlas, V.; Parisis, G. (2011)
    The Internet is a universal source of information for its users. However, obtaining desired content has become the main focus of interest rather than the communication with machine endpoints. The increased availability of ...
  • Normative conflicts:Patterns,detection and resolution 

    Giannikis, G. K.; Daskalopulu, A. (2009)
    The analysis, representation and management of normative conflicts have been the focus of much research in recent years in commercial and business applications. In this paper we are concerned with normative conflicts that ...
  • Policy conflict analysis for DiffServ quality of service management 

    Charalambides, M.; Flegkas, P.; Pavlou, G.; Rubio-Loyola, J.; Bandara, A.; Lupu, E.; Russo, A.; Dulay, N.; Sloman, M. (2009)
    Policy-based management provides the ability to (re-)configure differentiated services networks so that desired Quality of Service (QoS) goals are achieved. This requires implementing network provisioning decisions, ...
  • Self-organisation and emergence in MAS: An overview 

    Di Marzo Serugendo, G.; Gleizes, M. P.; Karageorgos, A. (2006)
    The spread of the Internet and the evolution of mobile communication, have created new possibilities for software applications such as ubiquitous computing, dynamic supply chains and medical home care. Such systems need ...
  • Soft actuation for home and office 

    Domaszewicz, J.; Lalis, S. (2013)
    Nowadays, most effort in the area of context-aware systems goes into applications that process sensor data to proactively drive actuators. We share the concerns raised about such fully automated operation. Most notably, ...
  • Tangible applications for regular objects: An end-user model for pervasive computing at home 

    Lalis, S.; Domaszewicz, J.; Pruszkowski, A.; Paczesny, T.; Ala-Louko, M.; Taumberger, M.; Georgakoudis, G.; Lekkas, K. (2010)
    This paper describes an end-user model for a domestic pervasive computing platform formed by regular home objects. The platform does not rely on pre-planned infrastructure; instead, it exploits objects that are already ...
  • Wireless and wired network convergence in support of Cloud and mobile Cloud services: The CONTENT approach 

    Tzanakaki, A.; Anastasopoulos, M. P.; Landi, G.; Bernini, G.; Ciulli, N.; Peng, S.; Rofoee, B.; Yan, Y.; Simeonidou, D.; Riera, J. F.; Escalona, E.; Garcia-Espin, J. A.; Katsalis, K.; Korakis, T. (2014)
    The project CONTENT proposes a next generation ubiquitous converged infrastructure to support Cloud and mobile Cloud computing services. The proposed infrastructure facilitates interconnection of fixed and mobile end users ...