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Knjige

Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš, Building expert profiles models applying Semantic Web technologies. In C. Kalloniatis (Ed.) Security enhanced applications for information systems, InTech (2012), p. 209-224, ISBN 978-953-51-0643-2

Abstract: This Chapter investigates the existing standard models for representing Human Resource (HR) data and especially in the context of competence management and discusses the process of building and publishing ontology-based expert profiles models. The expert profiles can be used for deploying advanced HR management services for in-house purposes, as well as integration and search of experts in the Linked Open Data (LOD) cloud. Taking into account the new trends in the design and implementation of enterprise information systems (based on adaptable, flexible, and open IT architecture, using open standards and emerging technologies), this Chapter introduces new insight into expertise management and proposes the Semantic Web-based approach to HR data representation, integration and retrieval.

Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš, “Semantic Web Tools and Technologies for Competence Management: The Case Study of R&D Organization”, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG, 2011. ISBN: 978-3-8454-4166-5

Abstract: Semantic-based technologies have been steadily increasing their relevance in recent years in both the research world and business world. Considering this, the present book discusses the process of design and implementation of a competency management system in information and communication technologies domain utilizing the emerging Semantic Web standards, tools and technologies. The proposed approach extends the functionalities of existing enterprise information systems and offers possibilities for development of future Internet applications. This allows organizations to express their core competences and talents in a standardized, machine processable and understandable format, and hence, facilitates their information exchange and integration with similar organizations on the Semantic Web.

Van Nuffelen, B., Janev, V., Martin, M., Mijovic, V., Tramp, S. (2014) Supporting the Linked Data Life Cycle Using an Integrated Tool Stack. In S. Auer, V. Bryl, S. Tramp (Eds) Linked Open Data -- Creating Knowledge Out of Interlinked Data (pp 108-129). Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 8661, pp. 108–129. Springer International Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-319-09845-6 (Print) 978-3-319-09846-3 (Online)

Sander Van der Waal, S., Węcel, K., Ermilov, I., Janev, V., Milošević, U., Wainwright, M. (2014) Lifting Open Data Portals to the Data Web. In S. Auer, V. Bryl, S. Tramp (Eds) Linked Open Data -- Creating Knowledge Out of Interlinked Data (pp 175-195). Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 8661, pp. 175–195. Springer International Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-319-09845-6 (Print) 978-3-319-09846-3 (Online)

S. Hellmann, V. Bryl, L. Bühmann, M. Dojchinovski, D. Kontokostas, J. Lehmann, U. Milošević, P. Petrovski, V. Svátek, M. Stanojević, O. Zamazal. Linked Open Data -- Creating Knowledge Out of Interlinked Data, Chapter: Knowledge Base Creation, Enrichment and Repair, Publisher: Springer International Publishing, pp.45-69, 2014. ISBN: 978-3-319-09845-6 (Print) 978-3-319-09846-3 (Online)

Janev, V., Vraneš, S. (2015) Semantic Web: Languages, Tools, and Standards. In Phillip A. Laplante (Ed) Encyclopedia of Information Systems and Technology, DOI: 10.1081/E-EIST-120048807. CRC Press. ISBN: 9781466560772.

Janev, V., Dabović, M., Vraneš, S. (2017). Citizen-Centric Linked Data Apps for Emergency Response Systems. In D. Lawrence (Ed.) Aviation and Airport Security: Management, Improvement Strategies and Future Challenges. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 95-118, ISBN: 978-1-53611-909-1

Časopisi

Mladen Stanojević, Sanja Vraneš, „Representation of Texts in Structured Form”, ComSIS – Computer Science and Information Systems, , Volume 9, Issue 1, 2012, ISSN: 1820-0214,pp. 23-47

Abstract: Although the existing knowledge representation techniques, ranging from the relational databases to the most recent Semantic web languages, are successfully applied in numerous practical applications, they are still unable to represent the information contained in text documents and web pages in structured form, suitable for productive text processing. Text files can represent text documents with no loss of information, however, this information is represented in an unstructured form. Various knowledge formalisms used in different phases of Natural Language Understanding, such as lexical, syntactic, semantic, pragmatic and discourse analysis, are still unable to represent texts in structured form with no loss of information. In this paper, we define the crucial requirements for structured text representation and then, we give a brief introduction to a representation technique that fulfills all these requirements, including the basic data types and learning techniques used to create, maintain and interpret the resulting representation formalism.

Nikola M. Tomasevic, Aleksandar M. Neskovic, Natasa J. Neskovic, Artificial neural network based approach to EEG signal simulation, International Journal of Neural Systems (IJNS), Volume 22, Issue 3, 2012, 1250008; ISSN: 0129-0657

Abstract: In this paper a new approach to the electroencephalogram (EEG) signal simulation based on the artificial neural networks (ANN) is proposed. The aim was to simulate the spontaneous human EEG background activity based solely on the experimentally acquired EEG data. Therefore, an EEG measurement campaign was conducted on a healthy awake adult in order to obtain an adequate ANN training data set. As demonstration of the performance of the ANN based approach, comparisons were made against autoregressive moving average (ARMA) filtering based method. Comprehensive quantitative and qualitative statistical analysis showed clearly that the EEG process obtained by the proposed method was in satisfactory agreement with the one obtained by measurements.

Maria Kouveletsou, Nikos Sakkas, Stephen Garvin, Marko Batic, Daniela Reccardo, Raymond Sterling, Simulating energy use and energy pricing in buildings: The case of electricity, Energy and Buildings, Volume 54, November 2012, Pages 96-104. Energy and Buildings, ISSN: 0378-7788;

Abstract: The paper presents a methodology that has been developed and implemented for the simulation of electricity use (kWh) as well as electricity pricing (cD /kWh) in buildings. In the simulation, electricity pricing has been treated as dependent on electricity use as energy pricing tariffs usually discriminate between specific electricity consumption zones, time periods, etc. Pricing and electricity use, together, may then provide an estimation of the building electric energy cost (D ). The simulation runs on an hourly resolution allowing to highlight some potential wasteful and costly practices in energy use and management and providing insight to user behavior, which has been a key driver for its development. The key aspects of the simulation approach are presented and its use is demonstrated in two different buildings in Greece and Italy. The methodology is now adapted to allow for neural network based, real time training, which will also be briefly introduced.

Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš (2011). Ontology-based competency management: the case study of the “Mihajlo Pupin” Institute. Journal of Universal Computer Science 17(7):1089-1108, ISSN 0948-6968.

Abstract: Semantic-based technologies have been steadily increasing their relevance in recent years in both the research world and business world. Considering this, the present article discusses the process of design and implementation of a competency management system in information and communication technologies domain utilizing the latest Semantic Web tools and technologies including D2RQ server, TopBraid Composer, OWL 2, SPARQL, SPARQL Rules and common human resources related public vocabularies. In particular, the paper discusses the process of building individual and enterprise competence models in a form of ontology database, as well as different ways of meaningful search and retrieval of expertise data on the Semantic Web. The ontological knowledge base aims at storing the extracted and integrated competences from structured, as well as unstructured sources. By using the illustrative case study of deployment of such a system in the Human Resources sector at the Mihajlo Pupin Institute, this paper shows an example of new approaches to data integration and information management. The proposed approach extends the functionalities of existing enterprise information systems and offers possibilities for development of future Internet services. This allows organizations to express their core competences and talents in a standardized, machine processable and understandable format, and hence, facilitates their integration in the European Research Area and beyond.

Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš (2011). Applicability assessment of Semantic Web technologies. Information Processing & Management 47:507–517, 2011. ISSN: 0306-4573.

Abstract: The Semantic Web is one of the fastest developing fields within the Information and Communication Technology sector and, as such, under constant examination by scientists and IT professionals. This article aims to provide a better understanding of the applicability of Semantic Web tools and technologies in practice. This aim will be achieved by surveying the recommended and emerging W3C standards, presenting an overview of the state-of-the-art in the Semantic Web research in the European Union, analysing the W3C collection of Case studies and Use Cases, and discussing the extent of adoption of Semantic Web technologies. The overall technology maturity level assessment has shown that Semantic Web technologies are finding their ways into real-world applications, and that, rather than being merely a fashionable research issue, the Semantic Web, slowly but surely, becomes our reality.

Nikola Tomašević, Aleksandar Nešković, Nataša Nešković, Short-term fading simulation using artificial neural networks, AEU-International Journal of Electronics and Communication, Volume 65, Issue 7, July 2011, pp. 641-649. ISSN: 1434-8411

Abstract: A novel method for short-term fading simulation is presented in this paper. Proposed solution is based on artificial neural network principles. In order to obtain an adequate training data set, extensive measurements of the received electric field strength were carried out in an indoor environment, in a nonline-of-sight scenario. As quality assessment of the proposed method, performance comparisons were made with existing Rayleigh fading simulation methods. The statistical analysis of the short-term fading sequence obtained by the proposed method has shown better correspondence with measurement results as compared to other analyzed methods.

Tomašević N. M., Nešković A. M., Nešković N. J., “Artificial neural network based simulation of correlated short-term fading,“ AEU – International Journal of Electronics and Communications, ISSN: 1434-8411, in press, doi:10.1016/j.aeue.2013.09.011, 2013

Bogdan Pavkovic, Andrzej Duda, Won-Joo Hwang, Fabrice Theoleyre, “Efficient Topology Construction for RPL over IEEE 802.15.4 in Wireless Sensor Networks”, Ad Hoc Networks Journal, June 2013.

Nikola Tomašević, Aleksandar Nešković, Nataša Nešković, „Artificial neural network based simulation of correlated short-term fading,“ AEU-International Journal of Electronics and Communication, Volume 68, Issue 4, April 2014, pp. 301-311. ISSN: 1434-8411

Tomašević N., Batić M., Blanes L., Keane M., Vraneš S., "Ontology-based Facility Data Model for Energy Management," Advanced Engineering Informatics, in press, avaialble online, doi:10.1016/j.aei.2015.09.003, Sept. 2015.

The Importance of Cross-Layer Considerations in a Standardized WSN Protocol Stack Aiming for IoT, Bogdan Pavkovic, Marko Batic, Nikola Tomasevic, ACM Ubiquity Magazine, 2015

Mijović, V. Janev, V., Paunović, D., Vraneš, S., “Exploratory Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Linked Statistical Data,“ Journal of Web Semantics, Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web 41C (2016) pp. 1-8 DOI information: 10.1016/j.websem.2016.10.002.

Nikola Tomasevic, Aleksandar Neskovic, Natasa Neskovic, “Correlated EEG Signals Simulation Based on Artificial Neural Networks,” International Journal of Neural Systems, Vol. 27, No. 5 (2016) 1750008 (15 pages), DOI: 10.1142/S0129065717500083

Batić M., Tomašević N., Beccuti G., Demiray T., Vraneš S., “Combined energy hub optimisation and demand side management for buildings”, Energy and Buildings, Vol. 127, pp. 229-241, Sept. 2016, ISSN 0378-7788

Janev, V., Mijović, V., Vraneš, V. (2018). Using the Linked Data Approach in European e-Government Systems. International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems 14(2):27-46, April 2018. DOI: https://doi.org/10.4018/IJSWIS.2018040102

Mijović, V., Tomašević, N., Janev, V., Vraneš, S. (2018). Emergency management in critical infrastructures based on complex event processing paradigm. Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering, pp 1–26, 2018. ISSN 1004-3756. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11518-018-5393-5

Međunarodne konferencije

Vuk Mijović, Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš, Main Challenges in Using LOD in Emergency Management Scenarios, In Proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on Information Systems for Situation Awareness and Situation Management (ISSASiM '13 ) in conjunction with the 24th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA 2013, Prague, Czech Republic, August 26 - 29, 2013). Danvers, MA: IEEE Computer Society. ISBN 978-0-7695-5070-1.

Abstract: In crisis situation, there is always a collaborative effort to collect, fuse and analyze large volumes of diversified data and convert it to information that can be used for efficient emergency assessment and management. This paper discusses one way of tackling this problem using the emerging linked data concept, pointing out major challenges and discussing the applicability of existing components of LOD2 stack for different emergency management services implementation.

Valentina Janev, Vuk Mijović, Sanja Vraneš, LOD2 Tool for Validating RDF Data Cube Models, In V. Trajkovik, A.Mishev (Editors) Web Proceedings of 5th ICT Innovations Conference 2013 (Ohrid, Macedonia, September 12-15, 2013). Published on-line by Macedonian Society on Information and Communication Technologies, ISSN 1857-7288.

Abstract: The Open Government Data initiative aims at motivating governments and organizations to make information freely available and easily accessible online. This paper contributes to the understanding of the process of publishing public sector information as Linked Data, the use of the RDF Data Cube vocabulary and the LOD2 stack for publishing statistical data. In order to facilitate the publication process, a specialized component for the LOD2 Statistical workbench has been implemented – the RDF Data Cube Validation tool, (described in this paper). The tool can speed-up the processing and publishing Linked Data in RDF Data Cube format.

Valentina Janev, Uroš Milošević, Vuk Mijović, Jelena Milojković, Miroslav Ivković, Sanja Vraneš, Towards Semantic Interoperability of Statistical Data, In: Proceedings of the INFOTECH 2013 ICT Conference & Exhibition (Aranđelovac, Serbia, June, 12 - 13, 2013), JURIT- the Association for Computing, Information Technology, Telecommunications, Automation and Management of Serbia, ISBN 978-86-82831-19-8.

Abstract: As part of harmonisation with the EU legislation and practices, the Serbian authorities follow the standards and technologies that are used in the European Union and adapt their IT infrastructure to ensure quality service to the public, other governmental agencies, and other business partners, domestic and international. In this paper, we showcase the activities of the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia related to the publication of statistical data as Linked Data,., that are to enable better transparency and interaction of data with similar institutions in Europe. The given example outlines the steps to be taken for safe transitioning from conventional statistical data formats to Linked Data and aligning the practices with the international standards, in an effort to establish a high level of semantic interoperability, both locally and globally.

Lydia Kraus, Vuk Mijović, Using Linked Data and LOD2 stack in Emergency Management, Proceedings of the 3nd International Conference on Information Society Technology (March 3, 2013 – March 6, 2013), Kopaonik, Serbia, ISBN 978-86-85525-12-4.

Abstract: This paper investigates how Linked Data can be applied to emergency management. Intended to IT engineers and safety experts, this paper shows how Linked Data is used today in emergency management systems, as well as how LOD2 stack, a collection of tools for managing the life-cycle of Linked Data, can be used to improve the learning curve of new personnel and increase situational awareness during emergencies.

Uroš Milošević, Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš, I18N OF Linked Data tools with respect to Western Balkan languages, Proceedings of the 3nd International Conference on Information Society Technology (March 3, 2013 – March 6, 2013), Kopaonik, Serbia, ISBN 978-86-85525-12-4.

Abstract: To be able to cope with all the challenges that are emerging with the rise of the Web of Data, linked data tools must find ways to deal with its heterogeneity with regard to the content being published and the languages that content is being published in. Adequate internationalization support is a must for distributing or consuming multilingual data, but providing it is not straightforward. In this paper, we analyze the problems semantic web tools are faced with when it comes to data being published in Western Balkan languages. We look at resource presentation mechanisms, show how IRIs can solve many of the common problems related to Serbian alphabets, but also that the Semantic Web is still not ready for full transition to internationalized identifiers. We also review different serialization options and explain why most XML-based formats are not suitable for the task of internationalization. To see how popular linked data tools deal with such data, we propose an evaluation methodology, and give an insight into the i18n-readiness of some popular semantic web tools.

Valentina Janev, Vuk Mijović, Nikola Tomašević, Lydia Kraus, Sanja Vraneš , “Dynamic Workflows For Airport Emergency Management Training“. In A. Hameurlain, A. M. Tjoa, R.R. Wagner (Eds.) 2nd International Workshop on Information Systems for Situation Awareness and Situation Management (ISSASiM '12 ) in conjunction with the 23rd International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA 2012,3 September 2012, Vienna, Austria), pp. 3-9. Danvers, MA: IEEE Computer Society. ISBN 978-0-7695-4801-2.

Abstract: This paper discusses the training aspect of the EMILI Simulation and Training environment (EMILI-SITE), a prototype system aimed at emergency management in critical infrastructures like airports, railway/metro systems, and power grids. As emergency procedures and standards are usually defined in advance, they are an interesting application case for the complex event processing / event-condition-action (CEP/ECA) paradigm. Using the CEP/ECA paradigm and combining events, states and emergency management procedures, a wide range of training scenarios can be defined. Unlike predominant, rather inflexible training practice, based on static pre-planning of emergency scenarios with assumptions being made about the future events, EMILI uses dynamic workflows, enhanced by the simulators of the evolving operational conditions and corresponding on-the-fly responses. Our dynamic workflow can incorporate different event types (fire events, hazard events, technical malfunctions) and locations of their occurrences and by using the simulation tools we can determine evolution of the scenario and suggest adequate reactions. Also, there is a possibility to introduce complications into ongoing scenarios in order to assess student’s decision making skills in different time-critical situations.

Valentina Janev, Uroš Milošević, Mirko Spasić, Sanja Vraneš, Jelena Milojković, Branko Jireček “Integrating Serbian Public Data into the LOD Cloud“, In Z. Budimac, M. Ivanović, M. Radovanović (Eds.) 5th Balkan Conference in Informatics (BCI’12, September 16–20, 2012, Novi Sad, Serbia), pp.94-99. New York: ACM International Conference Proceeding Series VOL. 641. ISBN: 978-86-7031-265-4

Abstract: Linked Open Data (LOD) is a growing movement for organizations to make their existing data available in a machine-readable format. There are two equally important viewpoints to LOD: publishing and consuming. This article analyzes the requirements for both sub-processes and presents an example of publishing statistical data in RDF format and integrating the data into the LOD cloud via the PublicData.eu portal. In particular, it discusses the establishment of the Serbian CKAN metadata repository that serves for publishing open governmental data from Serbia, as well as a source catalogue for the PublicData.eu portal. Furthermore, by using an illustrative case study of the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, it elaborates the adaption of the LOD2 Stack for analysis and dissemination of official statistics information.

Valentina Janev, Uroš Milošević, Mirko Spasić, Jelena Milojković, Sanja Vraneš, Linked Open Data Infrastructure for Public Sector Information: Example from Serbia, In S. Lohmann, T. Pellegrini (Eds.) 8th Int. Conference on Semantic Systems September (I-SEMANTICS 2012, 5-7, 2012, Messecongress Graz, Austria). CEUR Workshop Proceedings (CEUR-WS.org). ISBN: 978-1-4503-1112-0

Abstract: To improve transparency and public service delivery, national, regional and local governmental bodies need to consider new strategies to openning up their data. We approach the problem of creating a more scalable and interoperable Open Government Data ecosystem by considering the latest advances in Linked Open Data. More precisely, we showcase how an integrated and coherent collection of aligned state of the art software tools, the LOD2 Stack, can be used to deliver trusted, open and rich collections of interlinked datasets to the public. The usage of the Tool Stack is demonstrated on the case of one of the largest data providers in the Republic of Serbia – its Statistical Office.

Tibor Pintér, Tamás Váradi, Géza Németh, Marko Tadic, Adam Przepiórkowski, Piotr Pezik, Duško Vitas, Sanja Vraneš, Svetla Koeva and Radovan Garabík,“ CESAR - Central and South-East European Resources”, Proceedings of the International conference EAMT (European Association for Machine Translation), 28-30 May 2012, Trento, Italy

Marko Batić, Panayiotis Philimis, Nikos Sakkas, Alessandro Giusti, Dejan Paunovic, Sanja Vraneš, "Simulation of Hybrid Renewable Energy System", 1st WSEAS International Conference on Energy and Environment Technologies and Equipment (EEETE “12), 20.09-22.09.2012, Zlin, Czech Republic, ISBN: 978-1-61804-122-7, pp. 15-20.

Abstract: This paper proposes a generic, hourly-based, simulation environment of grid-connected hybrid renewable energy system utilizing the state of the art mathematical models of renewable energy technologies (RETs). Furthermore, a focus was set on the development of parameterized, rule-based, decision making algorithm responsible for managing energy flows within a building domain. The work was performed under the course of a FP7 project, entitled Energy Warden.

Uroš Milošević, Valentina Janev, Miroslav Ivković, and Sanja Vraneš: Linked Open Data: Towards a Better Open Government Data Model for Serbia In: Proceedings of the Infotech 2012 ICT Conference (28 – 31, May 2012), Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia

Abstract: In order to improve efficiency in the provision of public services, increase transparency and interaction with citizens and society as a whole, but also create new businesses and job opportunities, both local and national governments need to find better strategies for delivering their data to the public in a powerful, machine-readable and future-proof format. We examine the case of Serbia, give an insight into the current state of affairs in the country, and show how both governmental agencies and the citizens of Serbia can benefit from Linked Open Data, a state of the art web-based technology that is promising to reshape the web itself. A working approach to publishing government data as Linked Data is demonstrated on the case of one of the largest data providers in the country, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. By cataloging the results in a local metadata repository, and scheduling periodical “harvesting” at an international level, both transparency and public service delivery receive an immediate boost, setting a good example for other government agencies in Serbia that are considering to adopt the proposed model.

Uroš Milošević, Valentina Janev, Mirko Spasić, Jelena Milojković, and Sanja Vraneš: Publishing Statistical Data As Linked Open Data In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Information Society Technology (February 29, 2012 – March 3, 2012), Kopaonik, Serbia

Abstract: To make the Web of Data a reality, and push large scale integration of, and reasoning on, data on the Web, huge amounts of data must be made available in a standard format, reachable and manageable by Semantic Web tools. National statistical offices across the world already possess an abundance of structured data, both in their databases and files in various formats. We will first consider the reasons for making such data available as Linked Data. Then, some novel data representation methods, compatible with SDMX, an international standard for exchanging statistical data, will be showcased. We will then explain how to move from structured statistical data, represented in XML, to RDF, as well as how to enrich such datasets using standard classification schemas. Finally, we will present a way of increasing data visibility through cataloging newly created linked statistical data at a both local and international level.

Nikola Tomašević, Marko Batić, Gordan Konečni, Sanja Vraneš, "Ontology-based airport data model", 2nd International Conference on Information Society Technology ICIST 2012, 29.02-03.03. 2012, Kopaonik, Serbia, ISBN: 9788685525070, pp. 158-163.

Abstract: Current airport facility management systems, enabled by contemporary SCADA systems, are characterized by complexity of communication and control of numerous, heterogeneous devices coming from different vendors and using different protocols. In order to provide more intelligent, holistic, management systems, that harmonize this diversity, definition of standardized and comprehensive airport data model which classifies and describes information/data within the airport infrastructure is needed. One way of providing this metadata layer, using the Semantic Web technologies (ontology in particular) is described in this paper. The airport ontology models all static knowledge relevant for the airport facility management, enabling the integration and interoperability of different technical systems (heating, ventilation, air conditioning system, access control system, public address system, etc.). The ontology facilitates the interpretation and semantic enrichment of SCADA signals using the underlying spatial and topological model of the airport infrastructure as well as vendor data regarding the equipment characteristics, protocols and standards used, etc. The approach undertaken for modelling tasks is particularly addressed in paper. For ontology instantiation, the airport “Nikola Tesla” in Belgrade was chosen as suitable, as both a test bed and a “proof of concept”, owing to its rather complex infrastructure.

Marko Batić, Nikola Tomašević, Dejan Paunović, Sanja Vraneš, "A novel approach to microgrid data modelling", 2nd International Conference on Information Society Technology ICIST 2012, 29.02-03.03. 2012, Kopaonik, Serbia, ISBN: 9788685525070, pp. 153-157.

Abstract: This paper focuses on an approach to build ontology for microgrid domain which would facilitate the systematization of thee knowledge related to the microgrid elements, their corresponding control parameters and relevant policies, standards and protocols. This would enable various stakeholders working in this domain to perceive such system in the same way, thus providing a standard nomenclature which enables seamless integration of various Energy Management System applications. The complete hierarchy of this ontology is presented along with the example of entity properties. Furthermore, several examples of ontology application are presented, thus describing how the knowledge is extracted from the ontology and how it can be used for reasoning.

R. Garabik, S. Koeva, C. Krstev, M. Ogrodniczuk, A. Przepiórkowski, M. Stanojević, M. Tadić, T. Váradi, K. Vicsi, D. Vitas and S. Vraneš , “CESAR resources in META-SHARE repository”, Proceedings of the 5th Language & Technology Conference: Human Language Technologies as a Challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics, Poznań, Poland, November 25-27, 2011

Abstract: The aim of this demo is to present multilingual resources made available in the new META-SHARE open infrastructure by partners of the CESAR consortium (CEntral and South-east europeAn Resources, a European CIP ICT-PSP project, Grant Agreement 271022, http://www.cesar-project.net) in November 2011, within the first batch of resources to be delivered in 2011-2013.

Vraneš, S., Stanojević, M., Janev, V., Mijović, V., Tomašević, N., Kraus, L., Ilić, Z. (2011). Application of Complex Event Processing Paradigm in Situation Awareness and Management. In Proceedings of DEXA 2011: 22nd International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, IEEE Computer Society Press, ISBN-13:978-0-7695-4486, pp.289-293, Toulouse, France, August 2011.

Abstract: This paper describes a novel approach to situation awareness and management in critical infrastructures using an emerging Complex Event Processing paradigm in combination with ECA (Event Condition Action) rules. Every modern infrastructural facility, especially critical ones, would want to catch or predict exceptions and threats at the earliest possible moment. The crucial prerequisite for this is a holistic and accurate situation assessment. To be able to assess the situation, evaluate the risk and provide decision support to the emergency managers, we need to define event chains that identify what is normal, compliant and expected, and what is exceptional and/or dangerous. These problems introduce a novel genre of applications - event-driven applications that make automated decisions based on a complex event or pattern of events, their detection, correlation and aggregation. In cases where an automated reaction is not possible, a recommendation is given to a human operator who remains in the control loop.

Mijović, V., Tomašević, N., Janev, V., Stanojević, M., & Vraneš, S. (2011). Ontology Enabled Decision Support System for Emergency Management at Airports. In Proceedings of the I-SEMANTICS 2011, International Conference on Semantic Systems, Graz, Austria, September 7-9, 2011. ACM.

Abstract: This paper presents the first prototype of the EMILI-SITE system that will provide an advanced simulation and training capabilities for emergency management in critical infrastructures like airports, railway/metro systems, and power grids. In addition, the EMILISITE system will support decision-making activities in safetycritical situations in timely manner. The prototype provides a proof-of-concept in the early phase of the EMILI project and demonstrates the applicability of advanced technologies such as complex event processing, semantic technologies and web services in mission-critical applications.

Stojilović, M., Filiposka, S., Krsteska, A., Vidosavljević, A., Janev, V., & Vraneš, S. (2011). Students’ perception of IT curricula and career opportunities in Serbia and Macedonia. In Proceedings of the International Conference GIEE 2011, Gender and Interdisciplinary Education for Engineers, Paris, France, June 23-24, 2011, ISBN:978-94-6091-980-0.

Abstract: The research presented in this paper aims at investigating gender-based preferences for study choices made by male and female students studying information technology (IT) disciplines based on the methods of identifying and analyzing relevant IT study programmes in Serbia and Macedonia, and analyzing the students’ perception of the curricula and career opportunities. The methodology used to perform the research and to analyze the results was developed within the “Higher Education Leading to ENgineering And scientific careers” (HELENA) project. Following this methodology, the IT study programmes from public and private faculties were examined and compared according to the ratio of interdisciplinary content in curricula, number of enrolled students, and success rate of graduated students, while taking into account the gender distribution. Along with this quantitative approach, a qualitative approach was used to observe students’ perception on the relevant study programmes and their future career opportunities. Research results have shown that female students in two countries find studying engineering significantly more attractive than female students in the most of remaining European countries do. Interestingly, although students from these two countries live in similar cultural context, they do express some differences like, for example, the predisposition to research of female students in Macedonia in contrast to male students in Serbia. However, almost all of them agree that their family and friends support them and consider their study choice as the one that will provide them well-paid, respectable and perspective job positions.

Janev, V., Duduković, J. & Vraneš, S. (2011). HELENA software for curricula analysis. In Proceedings of the International Conference GIEE 2011, Gender and Interdisciplinary Education for Engineers, Paris, France, June 23-24, 2011, ISBN:978-94-6091-980-0.

Abstract: This article aims at presenting the use of the HELENA problem-specific tools for curricula analysis. The main objectives of the EU FP7 project HELENA (“Higher Education Leading to ENgineering And scientific careers”) is the analysis and evaluation of traditional and pilot E&T degree courses curriculum across Europe through quantitative and qualitative approaches. In order to make the work of HELENA researchers coming from different EU partner institutions more efficient, to support data collection and processing and facilitate public dissemination of results, the HELENA portal as an e-collaboration platform was established and problem-specific tools for curricula analysis were developed. The HELENA curricula analysis software is based on a unique repository of three different types of data including collected data about 109 European universities and 189 E&T study programmes, collected gender specific data on enrolled and graduated students, and 156 interviews with female and male students of traditional and interdisciplinary degree courses. The study programme analysis tools can be applied for analysing complete or parts of three-cycle curricula offered in different countries and engineering disciplines such as Civil engineering, Environmental engineering, Information and communication technologies, Industrial data processing, Industrial management engineering and Mechanical engineering. The interview analysis tools can be customized for collecting and retrieving different types of common and/or country specific questions, as well as for different types of interviewees (students or teachers).

L. Kraus, M. Stanojevic, N. Tomasevic and V. Mijovic, “A decision support system for building evacuation based on the EMILI SITE environment”, 20th IEEE International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises (WETICE), Track: Collaborative Technology for Coordinating Crisis Management (CT2CM), Paris, June 27-29 2011, pp. 334 – 336.

Abstract: This article introduces a decision support system for determining a safe and short (in both time and distance sense) evacuation path and for increasing situation awareness in the case of a hazard in buildings of large critical infrastructures (CIs). CIs are infrastructures that are complex, difficult to monitor and with an integrated SCADA system, such as airports or metro stations. The FP-7 project Emergency Management In Large Infrastructures (EMILI) aims at a new generation of data management and control systems in CIs by building a further data management layer on already existing systems. Part of the EMILI project is the implementation of a simulation and training environment (SITE). The introduced decision support system is meant to be integrated into SITE, using results from event processing and an optimization algorithm to determine evacuation paths and increase the awareness of the safety situation. The decision support system was developed for an airport use case.

Tomašević M. Nikola, Nešković M. Aleksandar, Nešković J. Nataša, „Artifical Neural Network Based Simulation of Short-Term Fading in Mobile Propagation Channel,” 22nd Telecommunications Forum, TELFOR 2014, Invited paper, pp. 206-212, Belgrade, Serbia 25.-27. November, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-4799-6190-0

Janev, V., Mijović, V., Paunović, D., Milošević, U., (2014), Modeling, Fusion and Exploration of Regional Statistics and Indicators with Linked Data tools. In A. Kő and E. Francesconi (Eds.) Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective. Proceedings of the Third International Conference, EGOVIS 2014 (Munich, Germany, September 1-3, 2014). Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 8650, Pages 208-221. Springer International Publishing, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-10178-1, ISBN: 978-3-319-10177-4 (print), 978-3-319-10178-1 (Online), Series ISSN 0302-9743

"Situation awareness and decision support tools for response phase of emergency management: a short survey", Bogdan Pavković*, Lazar Berbakov, Sanja Vraneš, Miloš Milenkovic, 25th DEXA event, Munich, Germany, 1-4 September, 4th International Workshop on Information Systems for Situation Awareness and Situation Management - ISSASiM'14, Audience: 20 persons [researchers from EM domain] - ISBN:978-1-4799-5722-4, pp.154-159

Janev Valentina, Vuk Mijović, Uroš Milošević, Sanja Vraneš (2014) Publishing and Consuming Linked Open Data with the LOD Statistical Workbench. SHARE-PSI Workshop, 5th annual Samos Summit on ICT-enabled Governance, Samos, Greece. Web: https://www.w3.org/2013/share-psi/wiki/images/6/65/Samos_Workshop_2014_-_IMP_submission.pdf

Smart-phone application for autonomous indoor positioning; Lazar Berbakov, Bogdan Pavkovic, Sanja Vranes; Proceedings of I2MTC 2015. IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, special session on Ambient Assisted Living; 11-14 May 2015; IEEE; Pisa, Italy; 670 – 674

Smart Indoor Positioning System for Situation Awareness in Emergency Situations; Lazar Berbakov, Bogdan Pavkovic, Sanja Vranes; Proceedings of 26th DEXA event, 5th ISSASiM 15 5th International Workshop on Information Systems for Situation Awareness and Situation Management; 1-4 September 2015; Valencia, Spain

Giovanni Beccuti, Turhan Demiray, Marko Batic, Nikola Tomasevic, Sanja Vranes, “Energy Hub Modelling and Optimisation: An Analytical Case-Study”, PowerTech 2015 Conference, p. 1-6, DOI: 10.1109/PTC.2015.7232413, Eindhoven 29.06.-02.07.2015

Janev, V., Mijović, V., Vraneš, S. (2015) Linked Data Approach to the PSI Directive Implementation: Supporting Tools and Lessons Learned, submitted for TELFOR 2015

Jovan Popovic, Sofija Puric, Marko Batic, Dragan Bojic, “Enhancing Use Case Point estimation method using Fuzzy algorithms”, 2015 23rd Telecommunications Forum

Nikola Tomašević, Marko Batić, Sanja Vraneš, “Interfacing with SCADA system for energy management in multiple energy carrier infrastructures”, ICIST 2016, ISBN: 978-86-85525-18-6, pp. 106-111, Kopaonik, 28.02.-02.03.2016.

Marko Batić, Nikola Tomašević, Vuk Mijović, Sanja Vraneš, “ICT Platform for Holistic Energy Management of Neighbourhoods”, ICIST 2016, ISBN: 978-86-85525-18-6, pp. 112-117, Kopaonik, 28.02.-02.03.2016.

Vuk Mijović, Valentina Janev, Dejan Paunović, "Transformation and Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Statistical Linked Open Data with ESTA-LD", ICIST 2016, ISBN: 978-86-85525-18-6, pp. 112-117, Kopaonik, 28.02.-02.03.2016.

====Janev, V., Mijović, V., Vraneš, S. (2016) Statistical Metadata Management in European eGovernment Systems, In Zdravković, M., Trajanović, M., Konjović, Z. (Eds) Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Information Society Technology (February 28-March 02, 2016, Kopaonik, Serbia), Society for Information Systems and Computer Networks Lackshen, G., Vraneš, S., Janev, V., (2016) Big Data and Quality: A Literature Review, In Proc. of 24th Telecommunications Forum (TELFOR, 2016, Belgrade, Serbia, November 22-23).====

Janev, V., Mijović, V., Vraneš, S. (2016), Proposal for Implementing the EU PSI Directive in Serbia. In Kő, Andrea, Francesconi, Enrico (Eds.) Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective. Proceedings of the Third International Conference, EGOVIS 2016 (Porto, Portugal, September 5-8, 2016). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp 16-30. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-44159-7_2

Lazar Berbakov, Bogdan Pavković, Sanja Vraneš, Hybrid Algorithm for Indoor/Outdoor Positioning in Emergency Situations, in Proceedings of IcETRAN, Jun. 2016, Zlatibor (Serbia)

Nikola Tomaševic, Marko Batic, Sanja Vraneš, “Service-oriented integration of smart home and building automation systems”, ICIST 2017, 7th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, pp. 60-64, Kopaonik, 12-15.03.2017.

Marko Batic, Nikola Tomaševic, Sanja Vraneš, “IoT enabled End User engagement towards energy efficient lifestyles”, ICIST 2017, 7th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, pp. 65-69, Kopaonik, 12-15.03.2017.

Janev, V., Mijović, V., Milošević, U., Vraneš, S. (2017). Linked Data Apps: Lessons Learned, In D. Trajanov, V. Bakeva Proc (Eds.), Web Proceedings of 9th ICT Innovations Conference 2017 (Skopje, Macedonia, September 18-23, 2017). Published on-line by Springer and Macedonian Society on Information and Communication Technologies. ISSN: 1865-0937

Dabović, M., Janev, V. (2017). Citizens-centric mobile application for traffic accidents reporting. In Zdravković, M., Trajanović, M., Konjović, Z. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Information Society Technology (Mar 12-15, 2017, Kopaonik, Serbia), Vol.2, pp.325-329, 2017. Society for Information Systems and Computer Networks.

Nikola Tomasevic, Dejan Paunovic, Sanja Vranes, “Educational data mining for student performance prediction in slidewiki opencourseware platform,“ eLearning, 8th Conference on e'Learning 2017, pp.40-45., Belgrade, 28.-29.09.2017.

Janev, V. (2018). Adopting the Linked Data Approach for Spatio-Temporal Analysis: Opportunities and Challenges. Proc. of 4th International Conference on GIS and Remote Sensing, September 27-28, 2018 Berlin, Germany. DOI: https://doi.org/10.4172/2469-4134-C1-011

Lackshen, G., Janev, V., Vraneš, S. (2018). Quality Assessment of Arabic DBpedia. In Proc. of 8th International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics. June 25 – 27. 2018, Novi Sad, Serbia. ACM New York, NY, USA. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3227609.3227675

Janev, V., Batić, M., Jovanović, J., Paunović, D., MOVECO platform and match-making tools (2018). In Brankica Pažun (Ed.) Proc. of 1st CIBEK International scientific-practical conference on Circular and Bioeconomy, Belgrade, 19th April, 2018.

Batić, M., Tomašević, N., Vraneš, S., IoT based energy efficiency platform architecture design considerations, ICIST 2018, 8th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-22-3, pp. 237-241, Kopaonik, 11-14.03.2018.

Đurović, M., Batić, M., Tomašević, N., An Overview of Techniques for Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring, ICIST 2018, 8th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-22-3, pp. 315-320, Kopaonik, 11-14.03.2018.

Berbakov, L., Tomašević, N., Batić, M., Architecture and implementation of IoT system for energy efficient living, 26th Telecommunications forum TELFOR 2018, Serbia, Belgrade, November 20-21, 2018.

Tomašević, N., Paunović, D., Vraneš, S., User-based collaborative filtering approach for content recommendation in OpenCourseWare platforms, ICIST 2018, 8th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-22-3, , Kopaonik, 11-14.03.2018.

Domaće konferencije

Lydia Kraus, Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš, Different approaches to ICT-enhanced emergency management, Zbornik radova 56. Konferencije ETRAN, Zlatibor, 11-14. Juna 2012.

Abstract: In this article a survey of emergency management (EM) systems reinforced by Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is given. Emergency management is the process of managing situations that expose people and infrastructure to damage and that are difficult to handle due to their complexity, size, number of stakeholders and emergency evolution unpredictability. This article aims at giving an overview of the emergency management domain and its technologies with respect to ICT research shown on examples from European projects.

Dejan Paunović, Aleksandar Vitorović, Marko Batić, “Web enabling of the Matlab/Simulink models”, 17th Conference and Exhibition YU INFO, Kopaonik, 06.03.-09.03. 2011, ISBN 978-86-85525-02-5.

Abstract: Use of Matlab and Simulink as well-known and powerful simulation and calculation platforms has become almost a necessity in today’s scientific and industrial research. However, significant resources are required for acquiring the license which enables development and execution of any Matlab code. To overcome this obstactle, at least to the certain extent, this paper provides a detailed description of the “rule-of-thumb” solution for a via-net distributed execution of pre-prepared Matlab/Simulink applications at no license cost at the client side, thus offering its powerful engine to the unlimited number of users at no charge whatsoever. Furthermore, the proposed solution features the highest level of security when it comes to the protection of intellectual property rights, since the users are only able to execute the desired applications from the server, where licensed version of Matlab/Simulink is installed, through the thin client, i.e. Web browser, without having to download or install any of them.

Janev, V., Filiposka, S., Stojilović, M., Vraneš, S. (2011). Analysing engineering curricula across Europe using the HELENA methodology. Zbornik radova 12. Skupa TRENDOVI RAZVOJA: “ EVROPA 2020: društvo zasnovano na znanju”, Kopaonik, Srbija.

Abstract: This article aims at presenting some preliminary results obtained in the framework of the European project HELENA (www.fp7-helena.org). The object of the research conducted by partner institutions from Austria, France, Lithuania, Serbia, Spain, and United Kingdom was the analysis and evaluation of “traditional” and “innovative” engineering and technology (E&T) study programmes in Europe through quantitative and qualitative approaches. The HELENA research methodology includes collecting and analysing literature and data from European Higher Education E&T curricula, as well as carrying out interviews with students and professors and analysing the students’ perceptions of the curricula. The HELENA research has shown that since the 1970s there has been an increase in the proportion of female engineering students and female engineers in many European countries. Although verified in some countries (e.g. Austria), the HELENA premises that “interdisciplinary study programmes have significantly more female students, and that study programmes with a higher degree of interdisciplinarity have more female graduates than “traditional” study programmes” are not valid for every engineering discipline. The Serbian case study has shown that “it may not be that the number of interdisciplinary courses attracts female students, but the respectable profession (aspiration to become project leaders or company managers) and ease of finding a well-paid job, along with the support given by their families, friends and society in general”. As a conclusion to the preliminary results, we can summarize that traditional study programmes are provided by older (“traditional”) institutions and therefore they have a good reputation. According to the HELENA results from Austria, Spain, France, UK, Serbia, and Macedonia, the reputation of the institution seems to be very important because of its role in job perspectives.

Vuk Mijović, Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš, „A Survey and Evaluation of CEP tools”, Zbornik radova XVII YU INFO 2011 – Simpozijum o računarskim naukama i informacionim tehnologijama, Mart 2011, Kopaonik, Srbija.

Nikola Tomašević, Gordan Konečni, “Generic message format for integration of SCADA-enabled emergency management systems”, 17th Conference and Exhibition YU INFO, Kopaonik, 06.03.-09.03. 2011, ISBN 978-86-85525-02-5.

Abstract: In order to facilitate the integration and increase the interoperability of intelligent SCADA-enabled Emergency Management Systems (EMMS), there is a need for standardization of communication and integration mechanisms. In this paper, a generic message format is proposed for exchanging the information between the SCADA system and EMMS components, as well as between EMMS components themselves. As an illustration of the usage of the proposed message format, mapping of one specific VIEW2 SCADA data model is presented as well. Based on Extensible Markup Language (XML), the proposed message format is designed in such a way that it can be easily adjusted and extended in order to support the requirements of future SCADA applications and devices.

Урош Милошевић, Валентина Јанев, Мирослав Ивковић, Сања Вранеш, “Linked Open Data: Towards a better open government data model for Serbia”, Мај 2012, Врњачка Бања, Србија

Марко Батић, Никола Томашевић, Дејан Пауновић, Сања Вранеш, „A Novel Approach to Microgrid Data Modeling”, ICIST 2012 - 2nd International Conference on Information Society Technology, Март 2012, Kопаоник, Србија

Uroš Milošević, Valentina Janev, Mirko Spasić, Jelena Milojković,Sanja Vraneš, „Publishing statistical data as Linked Open Data“ ICIST 2012 - 2nd International Conference on Information Society Technology, Март 2012, Kопаоник, Србија

Никола Томашевић, Марко Батић, Гордан Конечни Сања Вранеш, „Ontology based Airport Data Model”, ICIST 2012 - 2nd International Conference on Information Society Technology, Март 2012, Kопаоник, Србија

Nikola Tomašević, Marko Batić, Sanja Vraneš, “Ontology-enabled airport energy management,” ICIST 2013, 3rd International conference on information society technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-12-4, pp. 112-117, Kopaonik, 03-06.03.2013.

Marko Batić, Nikola Tomašević, Sanja Vraneš, “Ontology API for web-enabled FDD system,” ICIST 2013, 3rd International conference on information society technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-12-4, pp. 142-147, Kopaonik, 03-06.03.2013.

Dejan Paunović, Marko Batić, Sanja Vraneš, "Web application for residential renewable energy system feasibility appraisal", 3rd International Conference on Information Society Technology ICIST 2013, 03.03-06.03. 2013, Kopaonik, Serbia, ISBN: 978-86-85525, pp. 118-123.

Mladen Stanojević, Dejan Paunović, Srđan Orcević, Sanja Vraneš, “Decision support system for investment projects appraisal using green accounting principle”, 3rd International Conference on Information Society Technology and Management, March 3-6 2013, Kopaonik, Serbia.

Vuk Mijović, Lydia Kraus, Using Linked Data and LOD2 stack in Emergency Management, In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Information Society Technology (March 3, 2013 – March 6, 2013), Kopaonik, Serbia.

Janev, V., Milošević, U., Mijović, V., Milojković, J., Ivković, M., Vraneš, S.: Towards Semantic Interoperability of Statistical Data, In: Proceedings of the INFOTECH 2013 ICT Conference & Exhibition (Aranđelovac, Serbia, June, 12 - 13, 2013), JURIT- the Association for Computing, Information Technology, Telecommunications, Automation and Management of Serbia (2013).

Uroš Milošević, Valentina Janev, Sanja Vraneš, I18N OF LINKED DATA TOOLS WITH RESPECT TO WESTERN BALKAN LANGUAGES, In: Proceedings of the 3nd International Conference on Information Society Technology (March 3, 2013 – March 6, 2013), Kopaonik, Serbia.

Paunović, D., Janev, V., Mijović, V. (2014) Exploratory Spatio-Temporal Analysis tool for Linked Data. In Z. Jakšić et all. (Eds) Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering (Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia, June 2-5, 2014), Pages RTI1.2.1-6. Society for ETRAN, ISBN 978-86-80509-70-9

"A short survey of existing emergency management tools for information collection, communication, and decision support", Bogdan Pavković*, Uroš Milošević, Vuk Mijović, Sanja Vraneš, 4th International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST 2014), 9-13.03.2014. Kopaonik, Serbia, Audience: 20 persons [researchers from EM domain] ISBN: 978-86-85525-14-8, pp. 28-33

Nikola Tomasevic, Marko Batic, Sanja Vranes, “Genetic algorithm based energy demand-side management,” ICIST 2014, 4th international Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-14-8, pp. 61-66, Kopaonik, Serbia, 9.-13. March, 2014

Marko Batic, Nikola Tomasevic, Sanja Vranes, “Integrated energy dispatch approach based on energy hub and DSM,” ICIST 2014, 4th international Conference on Information Society and Technology, ISBN: 978-86-85525-14-8, pp. 67-72, Kopaonik, Serbia, 9.-13. March, 2014

U. Milošević, V. Mijović, and S. Vraneš. Taking DBpedia Across Borders: Building the Serbian Chapter, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Society Technology, 2014. ISBN: 978-86-85525-14-8, pp. 91-95, Kopaonik, Serbia, 9.-13. March, 2014

Marko Batić, Nikola Tomašević, Sanja Vraneš, “Software Module for Integrated Energy Dispatch Optimization”, ISBN:N/A, pp. 83-88, Kopaonik, 08-11.03.2015.

Nikola Tomašević, Marko Batić, Vuk Mijović, Sanja Vraneš, “Data point Mapping Approach to Airport Ontology Modelling and Population”, ISBN:N/A, pp. 83-88, Kopaonik, 08-11.03.2015.

Mijović, V., Janev, V., Paunović, D. (2015) ESTA-LD: enabling spatio-temporal analysis of linked statistical data, In Zdravković, M., Trajanović, M., Konjović, Z. (Eds) Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Information Society Technology (March 8-March 11, 2015, Kopaonik, Serbia), Society for Information Systems and Computer Networks, ISBN: ---, pp. 117-121.

Uroš Milošević, Claus Stadler, " Mobile Semantic Geospatial Visualization and Exploration", 5th International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST 2015), March 8-11, 2015, Kopaonik, Serbia, ISBN: 978-86-85525-16-2, pp. 160-164.

Nikola Tomašević, Marko Batić, "ICT tehnologije za energetski efikasne aerodrome," IX Međunarodni forum o čistim energetskim tehnologijama, Energetski Horizont Srbije 2020, Novi Sad, 29-30.09.2015.

Doktorske disertacije

Janev, V. (2011). Primena semantičkih tehnologija u integraciji i pretraživanju ekspertskih podataka u naučno-istraživačkim organizacijama, Doktorska disertacija, Elektrotehnički fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Srbija, 2011.

Abstract: Predmet doktorske teze je inovativna, fleksibilnа softverska infrastruktura za upravljanje znanjem o ljudskim resursima u naučno-istraživačkim organizacijama (NIO), bazirana na semantičkim tehnologijama. Razvijen je i demonstracioni prototip infrastrukture, koji ilustruje prednosti primene semantičkih web (eng. Semantic Web) alata i tehnologija za integrisanje domenskog znanja iz više komplementarnih izvora, strukturisanih i nestrukturisanih, kao i za kvalitetno i efikasno pretraživanje tog znanja. Sistem se bazira na razvoju i implementaciji nove metode izrade profila eksperata putem integrisanja informacija iz više izvora u obliku modularne ontološke baze znanja, na osnovu eksplicitno deklarisane ekspertize, kao i na osnovu implicitnog znanja, tj. znanja koje bi se ekstrahovalo iz nestrukturisanih podataka, kao što su Web 2.0 sadržaji. Uzimajući u obzir potrebe za analizom, izveštavanjem o stručnosti istraživačkog kadra i integracijom jedne naučno-istraživačke organizacije iz Srbije u širi Evropski prostor, u doktorskoj tezi se predlaže uniformni opis kompetencija eksperata iz oblasti informaciono-komunikacionih tehnologija pomoću standardnih semantičkih web rečnika kao što su FOAF, DOAC, BibTeX, SIOC, Dublin Core, RDFS, itd. Time se ujedno postiže interoperabilnost podataka sa srodnim aplikacijama potencijalnih partnerskih organizacija iz Evropskog istraživačkog prostora. Ključni doprinosi doktorske teze su detaljna analiza i procena primenljivosti dostignuća tehnologija semantičkog web-a, identifikacija prednosti primene semantičkih tehnologija za integraciju i pretraživanje podataka i predloženi originalni sistem za upravljanje ljudskim resursima u naučno-istraživačkim organizacijama. Na primeru Instituta „Mihajlo Pupin“, pokazano je da se korišćenjem predloženog originalnog pristupa može dobiti ne samo bogatije nego i objektivnije, a samim tim i dragocenije znanje o kompetentnosti eksperata. Primenom semantičkih atributa, relacija i metode za pretraživanje na bazi aspekata (eng. faceted search approach) značajno se poboljšava pretraga i vizuelizacija ekspertskih podataka. Smernice za budući razvoj semantičkih tehnologija, date u zaključku doktorske teze, doprinose poboljšanju njihove prihvaćenosti i praktičnoj realizaciji vizije semantičkog web-a.

Tomašević, N. (2013). Simulacija kratkotrajnog fedinga mobilnog propagacionog kanala zasnovana na veštačkim neuralnim mrežama, Doktorska disertacija, Elektrotehnički fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Srbija, 2013.

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