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    • An adaptable framework for integrating and querying sensor data 

      Καπιδάκης, Σαράντος; Ferdous, S.; Fegaras, L.; Makedon, Filia; Kapidakis, Sarantos (2011)
      Sensor data generated by pervasive applications are very diverse and are rarely described in standard or established formats. Consequently, one of the greatest challenges in pervasive systems is to integrate heterogeneous ...
    • Applying Library Policies for Digital Content Access to the Commercial Sector 

      Κουλούρης, Αλέξανδρος; Καπιδάκης, Σαράντος; Makedon, Filia; Koulouris, Alexandros; Kapidakis, Sarantos (2005)
      The digital content of libraries is different from commercial digital products, such as computer applications, software tools, and computer code or data streams, but they have the same sharing, reproduction and distribution ...
    • Computer aided sensor placement and automatic state definition 

      Καπιδάκης, Σαράντος; Ferdous, S.; Makedon, Filia; Papangelis, A.; Galatas, G.; Kapidakis, Sarantos (2010)
      The design of an Finite State Machine for human activity recognition heavily depends on the type, number and deployment of the sensors used. In this work we propose a tool that automatically creates the FSM, independently ...
    • Data Brokers: building collections through automated negotiation 

      Καπιδάκης, Σαράντος; Makedon, Filia; Ye, S.; Zhang, S.; Ford, J.; Shen, L.; Kapidakis, Sarantos (2004)
      Collecting digital materials is time-consuming and can gain from automation. Since each source - and even each acquisition - may involve a separate negotiation of terms, a collector may prefer to use a broker to represent ...
    • Visualising Negotiation communications in setting library sharing policies 

      Καπιδάκης, Σαράντος; Ford, J.; Zhao, Yan; Ye, S.; Zhang, S.; Makedon, Filia; Le, Z.; Κουλούρης, Αλέξανδρος; Kapidakis, Sarantos; Koulouris, Alexandros (2010)
      Today's libraries provide a broad and diverse range of resources, from books to videos and databases, and sharing conditions for each depend on modality, source, and mode of usage. In this paper, we introduce and discuss ...