AME 503: Advanced Mechanical Design

AME 503: Advanced Mechanical Design


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Kostas Vassilakis's research while affiliated with Technological Educational Institute of Crete and other places

Publications ( 31 )

Developing an Ontology for Curriculum and Syllabus: ESWC 2018 Satellite Events, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, June 3-7, 2018, Revised Selected Papers
Incollection
Full-text available
  • Aug 2018
  • Evangelos Katis

    Evangelos Katis

  • Haridimos Kondylakis

    Haridimos Kondylakis

  • Giannis Agathangelos

    Giannis Agathangelos

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

Semantic Web and ontology engineering can play significant role in the area of education. In this paper we focus on the conceptualization of educational knowledge structures in an academic setting. More specifically, we present the methodology and the development process of an educational ontology. That can be reused and applied to any type of course in different institutions and contribute to several curriculum tasks and course activities.

Developing an Ontology for Curriculum & Syllabus
Inproceedings
Full-text available
  • Jul 2018
  • Evangelos Katis

    Evangelos Katis

  • Haridimos Kondylakis

    Haridimos Kondylakis

  • Giannis Agathangelos

    Giannis Agathangelos

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

Semantic Web and ontology engineering can play significant role in the area of education. In this paper we focus on the conceptualization of educational knowledge structures in an academic setting. More specifically, we present the methodology and the development process of an educational ontology. that can be reused and applied to any type of course in different institutions and contribute to several curriculum tasks and course activities. 1 Introduction The application of semantic web and ontological technology in education offer powerful benefits and will change the current education mode. Previous research [1], [2], [3] has already identified the importance of developing rich ontologies in the field, however, yet no current ontology conceptualizes educational entities within curriculum and syllabus with sufficiency and richness in order to support rich services on top is available. Curriculum management and development can be improved using ontologies in curriculum tasks like aligning, comparing, and matching between universities , educational systems or relevant disciplines. Having an ontology available, syllabus items can be effectively described and annotated enabling intelligent systems to support teaching and learning by offering automated services like syllabus semantic searching, matching and interlinking [6],[7], syllabus recommendation and evolution [], etc. The purpose of this work is the identification and conceptualization of the entities and procedures within an academic institution, aiming to model the core concepts of a higher education curriculum (Curriculum, Course, and Syllabus). The developed on-tology aims to be highly transferable and reusable to other schools and universities. 2 Ontology Development The design and the development of an ontology usually encompasses several tasks. In our approach we combined two widely used methodologies [8], [9] resulting in four main phases: (1) Domain and Purpose definition, (2) Ontology building, (3) Evaluation , (4) Documentation. Bellow we provide more details for each phase.

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Electronic Health Record with Computerized Decision Support Tools for the purposes of a Pediatric Cardiovascular Heart Disease Screening program in Crete.
Article
  • Mar 2018
  • Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine
  • Ilias Chatzakis

    Ilias Chatzakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Christos Lionis

    Christos Lionis

  • Ioannis Germanakis

    Ioannis Germanakis

Background and Objective
Early detection of cardiovascular (CV) disease or associated risk factors during childhood is of paramount importance, allowing for early treatment or lifestyle modifications, respectively.
The objective of this study was to describe the development of an electronic health record (EHR), with integrated computerized decision support system (CDSS), specifically designed for supporting the needs of a pilot pediatric CV disease screening program applied on primary school students of a Mediterranean island.

Methods
Evidence-based knowledge, national and international practice guidelines regarding sport preparticipation CV screening of children and young athletes has been used for the design of the designated EHR. A CDSS, capable for providing alerts for further cardiology evaluation need, has been incorporated into the EHR, based on normative anthropometric and electrocardiographic data as well as predefined positive history responses.

Results
We developed a designated EHR with integrated CDSS supporting pediatric CV disease screening, capable for documenting CV-related personal and family history responses, physical evaluation data (weight, height, blood pressure), allowing for entering electrocardiogam (ECG) measurements and for uploading of multimedia files (including ECG images and digital phonocardiogram audio files). The EHR incorporates clinical calculators and referral alerts for the presence (and degree) of adiposity, hypertension, ECG abnormalities and positive history responses indicative of high CV disease risk. In a preliminary EHR validation, performed by entering data from 53 previously available paper-based health records, the EHR was proven to be fully functional.

Conclusions
The pediatric cardiology EHR with CDSS features which we developed might serve as a model for EHR for primary health care purposes, capable to document and early detect CV disease and associated risk factors in pediatric populations.

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Extending the Sana Mobile Healthcare Platform with Features Providing ECG Analysis
Incollection
  • Jan 2018
  • Katerina Tsampi

    Katerina Tsampi

  • Spyros Panagiotakis

    Spyros Panagiotakis

  • Elias Hatzakis

    Elias Hatzakis

  • […]
  • Athanasios G. Malamos

    Athanasios G. Malamos

The great development of technology recently provides innovations that improve everyday life. The major benefit of it is that medicine is also affected, so better healthcare can be provided. In that context, it can be critical for patients who suffer from chronic heart diseases to have in their availability a system that can monitor and analyse their electrocardiogram (ECG) displaying either normal or abnormal findings. The current chapter describes such a system that uploads, stores, processes and displays an ECG, calculating certain ECG findings necessary for doctors to make a diagnosis. To this end, the SANA mobile healthcare platform, with its OpenMRS open source enterprise electronic medical record system, has been chosen and extended in this work for storing, processing and displaying the ECG data. OpenMRS provides a user-friendly interface and a database for collecting medical big data. Analysis of ECG signals is leveraged by the Physionet toolkit. Physionet contains many ECG databases and the WFDB software for processing ECG signals. According to the scenario we have processed, an ECG is uploaded onto OpenMRS platform using a mobile device or any other Internet-enabled device and is stored in the database that OpenMRS uses. Then, ECG signal is filtered using a finite impulse response (FIR) filter to remove noise and using WFDB functions it is processed so certain intervals are determined. Finally, with the appropriate algorithms specific ECG findings are calculated. When the procedure completes, the results are stored into the database using SQL Queries. Using an HTML Form results and graphs are integrated into the OpenMRS website highlighting abnormal values with red color. Authorized users can have access to this information through any web browser.

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Training the Mind: The GARDINER Platform
Incollection
  • Jan 2018
  • Nikolas Vidakis

    Nikolas Vidakis

  • Maria Skalidaki

    Maria Skalidaki

  • Kostas Konstantoulakis

    Kostas Konstantoulakis

  • […]
  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

Recent research has shown that the systematic involvement of a person with games, which are designated to exercise memory and concentration, contributes to the long-term preservation of the human memory and therefore leads to the prevention of dementia. Our work seeks to capitalize on the positive effects of serious games’ use in a variety of ways. In particular, we provide insights into the design and development process of two serious games dedicated to being used by elderly people with dementia. In their context, we also elaborate on the basic elements of a novel web-oriented platform, namely GARDINER (Games plAtform foR minD traIning aNd mEmory peRk), aimed at making available various memory games which may have been crafted by various sources. Finally, some empirical data derived from the use of our platform and games in practice is provided.

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Learning History Through Location-Based Games: The Fortification Gates of the Venetian Walls of the City of Heraklion
Incollection
  • Jan 2018
  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Orestis Charalampakos

    Orestis Charalampakos

  • Georgios Glykokokalos

    Georgios Glykokokalos

  • […]
  • Nikolas Vidakis

    Nikolas Vidakis

Games in education have always been a tool for increasing motivation and interest of learners. We present Location-Based Games (LBG) as a tool to involve and motivate students in the learning process. LBGs require the player to move around in order to complete a task and proceed in the storyline and use localization technology such as Global Positioning System (GPS). LBGs are built on physical worlds, while virtual world augmentations enable the interaction of physical and other related (cultural, historical etc.) data with the player. Augmented reality (AR) is used to provide this extra layer with 3D objects, avatars and animations for player’s interaction. In our paper we present a history learning LBG with the use of augmented reality in the form of 3D objects. We explore the concept, of having both virtual and physical worlds available within the same visual display environment.

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Facilitating Learning in Isolated Places Through an Autonomous LMS
Incollection
  • Jan 2018
  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • John Makridis

    John Makridis

  • Michail Angelos Lasithiotakis

    Michail Angelos Lasithiotakis

  • […]
  • Nikolas Vidakis

    Nikolas Vidakis

Current research argues that eLearning and mobile learning are forms of learning that could take place outside the classroom and the traditional learning environments.Inaddition,recentadvancementintechnologyandincreaseduseof smart devices permit students to carry with them a kind of portable smart device. Inevitably, sooner or later, these devices will become integral educational tools, such as pencils and books, while learning outside the classroom will continue to gain popularity as another form of learning. Ubiquitous learning aims to stimulate the wide use of ICT in Education and the enactment of autonomous digital resources for Outdoor learning. Technology could provide innovative ways of conductingoutdoorcourses, encompassingknowledgeandphysicalactivity.This paper presents the eClass-Pi system that facilitates outside the classroom eLearningandm-learningeducationalprocesses.Itprovidesallthefunctionalities of a typical Learning Management Systems as well as synchronous and asynchronous teaching, portability and energy autonomy.

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Implementing an Adaptive Learning System with the Use of Experience API
Incollection
  • Jan 2018
  • Koralia Papadokostaki

    Koralia Papadokostaki

  • Spyros Panagiotakis

    Spyros Panagiotakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Athanasios G. Malamos

    Athanasios G. Malamos

With the evolution of e-learning and its transformation into mobile
learning, SCORM fails to keep up with learner‘s need to discover knowledge through multiple and diverse sources. ADL‘s Experience API (xAPI) fills this gap and offers a novel and flexible way to keep track of a learner‘s activities and progress. In this paper, the xAPI and the concept behind it are shortly discussed, a brief comparison with SCORM is attempted and an innovative implementation of an adaptive LMS-free learning system with the use of xAPI is presented.

Learning History through Location-Based Games: The Fortification Gates of the Venetian walls of the city of Heraklion
Inproceedings
Full-text available
  • Oct 2017
  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Charalampakos Orestis

    Charalampakos Orestis

  • Georgios Glykokokalos

    Georgios Glykokokalos

  • […]
  • Nikolas Vidakis

    Nikolas Vidakis

Games in education have always been a tool for increasing
motivation and interest of learners. We present Location-Based Games (LBG)
as a tool to involve and motivate students in the learning process. LBGs require
the player to move around in order to complete a task and proceed in the
storyline and use localization technology such as Global Positioning System
(GPS). LBGs are built on physical worlds, while virtual world augmentations
enable the interaction of physical and other related (cultural, historical etc.) data
with the player. Augmented reality (AR) is used to provide this extra layer with
3D objects, avatars and animations for player’s interaction. In our paper we
present a history learning LBG with the use of augmented reality in the form of
3D objects. We explore the concept, of having both virtual and physical worlds
available within the same visual display environment.

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Ontological modeling of educational resources: a proposed implementation for Greek schools
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  • Jul 2017
  • Education and Information Technologies
  • Yannis Poulakakis

    Yannis Poulakakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

  • Spyros Panagiotakis

    Spyros Panagiotakis

In eLearning context searching for suitable educational material is still a challenging issue. During the last two decades, various digital repositories, such as Learning Object Repositories, institutional repositories and latterly Open Educational Resources, have been developed to accommodate collections of learning material that can be used for instructive and research purposes. In order to make this learning material publicly available through internet searching mechanisms, it has to be enriched with metadata. Nowadays, emerging Web 3.0 applications necessitate further enhancing learning resources with semantic knowledge to facilitate conceptually searching. Adding semantic value to educational resources could be achieved by modeling ontologically the metadata profile which describes them. The purpose of this work is to demonstrate the process of enhancing semantically learning resources by developing a new ontology and a prototype system to accommodate them. The designed ontology is originated from a metadata profile which is build according to the guidelines posed by Singapore Framework for Dublin Core Application Profiles. We focus on educational material for teaching courses on Informatics in primary and secondary education in Greece but the methodology and mechanism introduced could be easily adapted in any domain-specific setting.

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Digital Student Conference Platform Implementation: The case study of the “Research Project” course
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  • Dec 2016
  • Stamatios J Papadakis

    Stamatios J Papadakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

  • Vasileios Orfanakis

    Vasileios Orfanakis

  • […]
  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

p>Today, during the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ which is led by the Internet and the digital ecosystem it creates, schools are expected to achieve the development of not only the functional skills of literacy and numeracy but also of general knowledge. The apparent inadequacy of the standardized education system to respond to the needs and interests of 21st-century students urges researchers to adopt new forms of teaching as meaningful and high-quality teaching requires a more active use of innovative educational methods and tools. With the rapid development of IT globally, there is a tendency to utilize the capabilities of e-learning as a mode of distance learning since it
can function both independently of and in conjunction with conventional teaching. The varied applications of Web 2.0 tools create new possibilities in the educational sector. It provides the ability to develop innovative educational methods that transform students from passive recipients of information to knowledge creators through an active involvement in the learning process often within a modern interactive environment. This study presents the results of the implementation of a teaching intervention, with the use of a flexible and student-centered web system developed and used as complementary to the ‘Research Project’ course during the first term of the 2015-2016 school year. The ultimate goal of this effort was to highlight and consequently incorporate the use of a digital platform for student conferences which we implemented in schools as a means to research, learning, and skill development. The students had the opportunity to participate in a digital community which employed distance learning tools for communication, cooperation, and learning during a digital conference in which they had leading roles as writers and reviewers. The initial results of the pilot study indicated that the use of the digital platform increased the interest of students, supported the development of various skills and contributed to the overall improvement of the teaching and learning process.</p

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Color based subject identification for virtual museums, the case of fish
Inproceedings
  • Jul 2016
  • Michael Kalochristianakis

    Michael Kalochristianakis

  • Athanasios G. Malamos

    Athanasios G. Malamos

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

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Σχεδιασμός και ανάπτυξη εφαρμογής εξόρυξης των ψηφιακών ιχνών από Group στο Facebook: η περίπτωση του μαθήματος «Φυσικές Επιστήμες στην Προσχολική Εκπαίδευση»
Inproceedings
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  • Oct 2014
  • Nikolaos Kounoupas

    Nikolaos Kounoupas

  • Emmanouil Daskalakis

    Emmanouil Daskalakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

Στην παρούσα έρευνα αναλύουμε τις δυνατότητες μιας διαδικτυακής εφαρμογής, η οποία δημιουργήθηκε με στόχο να συμβάλει στη στάθμιση της αποδοχής του δημοφιλούς κοινωνικού δικτύου Facebook ως εκπαιδευτικού εργαλείου στην τριτοβάθμια εκπαίδευση, μέσω της αξιοποίησης των ψηφιακών ιχνών ομάδας φοιτητών-χρηστών. Εστιάζουμε στην ανάπτυξη της εφαρμογής, η οποία προκύπτει από το συνδυασμό της διασύνδεσης προγραμματισμού εφαρμογών (API) του Facebook, και μιας ατζέντας μάθησης, η οποία δημιουργήθηκε στην πλατφόρμα για το προπτυχιακό μάθημα «Φυσικές Επιστήμες στην Προσχολική Εκπαίδευση», το οποίο διδάσκεται στο Παιδαγωγικό Τμήμα Προσχολικής Εκπαίδευσης του Πανεπιστημίου Κρήτης. Αναλύεται ο τρόπος επιλογής των παραμέτρων συγκεκριμένων χαρακτηριστικών του Facebook Group που ενσωματωθήκαν στην εφαρμογή για να απεικονίσουν τα αντίστοιχα ψηφιακά ίχνη. Η χρήση της εφαρμογής για ένα ακαδημαϊκό εξάμηνο έδωσε τη δυνατότητα στον διδάσκοντα να διαπιστώσει την αλληλεπίδραση και την αποδοχή του εκπαιδευτικού υλικού και την ευχέρεια να παρακολουθεί και να εξελίσσει την εκπαιδευτική διαδικασία.

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Design considerations for developing e-University solutions based on open source software
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  • Jul 2012
  • Michael Kalochristianakis

    Michael Kalochristianakis

  • Spyros Panagiotakis

    Spyros Panagiotakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

Academic institutions that offer wide ranges of digital educational, administrative and informational services to various categories of users are likely to face the problem of proper service and content organization. The Technological Educational Institute of Crete aims to take advantage of the various recent open source technologies in the field of infrastructure services and portals in order to create an e-University platform that will concentrate and harmonize the access to all digital content and educational services offered by its Departments, labs and Schools. The new site is required to include custom components that accommodate personalization for all types of users and also provide a generic and open environment for future development. This paper discusses the requirements that need to be considered for the construction of such a service and also proposes an architectural design that exploits pieces of infrastructure that must be available within campuses such as catalogs of users, central authentication services and federation services.

Considerations for successful enterprise information systems deployment—The case of the Greek School Network
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  • Jul 2012
  • Michael Kalochristianakis

    Michael Kalochristianakis

  • Manos Varvarigos

    Manos Varvarigos

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Dr Michael Paraskevas

    Dr Michael Paraskevas

Managing the IT environment of large organizations such as the Greek School Network is challenging not only due to the complexity, diversity and age of the information processing infrastructure but also due to geographic dispersion and the IT support model. Recently, the Network attempted to follow known practices for IT enterprise management; in order to organize and automate both supervision and intervention it employed centralized system management architectures. This paper records the challenges encountered in order to configure a deployable, high-end enterprise platform for the management of school labs across the Greek School Network. The paper reaches the conclusion that such systems or services are not always straightforward to deploy or scale and discusses alternative directions that can bring general purpose infrastructure management for organisations that cannot benefit from enterprise systems yet are still in need of analogous functionality.

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Meta-rules and uncertain reasoning for diagnosis of epilepsy in childhood
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  • Oct 2010
  • Expert Systems with Applications
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Nikos Papadakis

    Nikos Papadakis

This paper presents an expert system which derives differential diagnosis about epilepsy cases in childhood, according to international classifications. This expert system is intended to be used as a consultation system by neurologists. The physician specialist can update the knowledge base of the system through a user-friendly interface. Uncertainty is handled by using weights and certainty factors. Meta-rules drive the reasoning process of the system. The initial evaluation results of the system are very promising, i.e. 83.3% successful diagnosis.

A Tool for Removing Unused Arguments from Logic Programs Automatically.
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  • Feb 2010
  • International Journal of Artificial Intelligence Tools
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Nikos Papadakis

    Nikos Papadakis

This paper studies the problem of removing unused arguments from logic programs which have been constructed by a schema-based method. Our schema-based method constructs logic programs semi-automatically. These programs have clear structure which depicts the design decisions that have been taken for their construction. On the other hand, these programs have unused arguments. We propose a method that automatically removes the unused arguments from such programs. This method is based on fold-unfold transformations. We have developed a tool which implements our method and evaluates the initial and the transformed programs. This logic program transformation tool is presented as well.

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A formal mechanism for analysis and re-implementation of legacy programs
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  • Feb 2008
  • Dimitrios Maglaras

    Dimitrios Maglaras

  • Martin Doerr

    Martin Doerr

  • Andrew Ware

    Andrew Ware

  • […]
  • Giorgos Papadourakis

    Giorgos Papadourakis

The need for information exchange is growing rapidly day by day and the formal development tools have been proven insufficient to serve this need. But what will happen with all those large software applications that have been developed in the past, using legacy development tools such as 3rd GLs, which are still working in business? There are many reasons why these applications need to be modified or reconstructed in order to keep on running effectively. This paper presents a formal mechanism for analysis and re-implementation of legacy (mainly data-processing) application systems. This mechanism forms the implementation of an automated procedure in the analysis of old software systems and is based on a software tool that will be able to extract useful information from their source code. The steps, which will be followed, are: Initially, a parser will extract the necessary information from the sources of the old application and store it in a text file in a form of transactions. Then a special tool will read the text file and execute the transactions to a specially configured database. Finally, another tool will be configured in order to retrieve the information from the database by executing queries to it.

Meeting the Demand for Broadband Communications Engineers: The Role of Academia
Inproceedings
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  • Nov 2007
  • George Liodakis

    George Liodakis

  • Ioannis Vardiambasis

    Ioannis Vardiambasis

  • K. Vassilakis

    K. Vassilakis

  • J. Kaliakatsos

    J. Kaliakatsos

The evolving area (both from a R&D, as well as a market point of view) of broadband communications systems and services, requires a highly educated and trained engineering workforce. In such a framework, the role of academia is to appropriately prepare the students, in order to satisfy the relevant job market demand. The purpose of this paper is to present the actions taken by the Department of Electronics at the Technological Educational Institute of Crete (TEIoC/DoE) towards the desired target. In particular, the main courses and laboratories that support the broadband communications engineering education are presented. Furthermore, other activities described in the paper and contribute to the broadband communications engineering education of students include: the involvement of students in representative R&D projects while carrying out their diploma thesis, the methodology followed during the workplace learning of our students at the last semester of their studies, and initiatives that in some way cultivate a "broadband culture". Finally, various statistical data indicate the degree of success of our approach.

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A method for removing unused arguments from logic programs
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  • Jan 2006
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Chara Kounali

    Chara Kounali

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

This paper studies the problem of removing unused arguments from logic programs which have been constructed by a schema-based method. Our schemabased method constructs logic programs semiautomatically. These programs have clear structure which depicts the design decisions that have been taken for their construction. On the other hand, these programs have unused arguments. We propose a method that automatically removes the unused arguments from such programs. This method is based on fold-unfold transformations.

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Building E-services for learning and teaching by the exploitation of an LMS system
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  • Sep 2005
  • George Liodakis

    George Liodakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

  • Michail Psarros

    Michail Psarros

  • K. Vassilakis

    K. Vassilakis

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) with their continuous development provide new possibilities for the creation of innovative and effective environments of teaching and learning, thus redefining the educational processes. Some of the elements that compose the current Knowledge Society are the new forms of learning, the continuing education, the self-education and the self-development. In our research presented here, a first coordinated effort of critical approach and evaluation of asynchronous tele-teaching at the Technological Education Institute of Crete, is carried out. Based on semi-directive interviews with students and academic staff as well as addressing questionnaires in the involved population (students & instructors), we are trying to study their new roles and the new practices that emerge in a virtual learning environment. Our analysis was based on qualitative and quantitative methods. Amongst the findings and outcomes that emerge from our study, are the importance of the pedagogic framework and the efficiency of the learning management system for a wide exploitation of asynchronous distance education at an institution of tertiary education.

Design and Development of an Academic Course in Convergent Communication Systems and Services
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  • Jul 2005
  • George Liodakis

    George Liodakis

  • Ioannis Vardiambasis

    Ioannis Vardiambasis

  • G Glentis

    G Glentis

  • K Vassilakis

    K Vassilakis

This paper describes a senior-level course on convergent communication systems and services designed and developed at the Technological Educational Institute f Crete/ Department of Electronics (TEIoC/DoE) in Greece. The course aims to expose students to knowledge and skills required to study, design, integrate, evaluate and manage convergent communication systems and services, in accordance with advancements in the telecommunications industry. Furthermore, during the design of the course, emphasis was given towards a balanced curriculum that includes topics both from traditional communication area and computer networking as well as to research directions for the convergent communications field. The overall course includes laboratory activities, letting students to acquire hands-on experience and examine various scenarios through simulation. This paper covers design issues and goals around this course, the lectures' and the lab activities' content, and the experience teaching the course.

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Expert System for Epilepsy with Uncertainty
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  • Jan 2005
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Emmanuil Kalivianakis

    Emmanuil Kalivianakis

  • Sifis Micheloyiannis

    Sifis Micheloyiannis

This paper presents an expert system which derives differential diagnosis about epilepsy cases in childhood, according to international classifications. This expert system is intended to be used as a consultation system by neurologists. The physician specialist can update the knowledge base of the system through a user friendly interface. Uncertainty is handled by using weights and certainty factors. Meta-rules drive the reasoning process of the system. The initial evaluation results of the system are very promising, i.e. 83.3% successful diagnosis.

A MEDICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM WITH UNCERTAINTY: A CASE STUDY FOR EPILEPSY CLASSIFICATION
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  • Jan 2005
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Emmanuil Kalivianakis

    Emmanuil Kalivianakis

  • Sifis Micheloyiannis

    Sifis Micheloyiannis

This paper presents a medical decision support system which derives differential diagnosis about epilepsy cases in childhood, according to international classifications. This system simulates the reasoning process of top neurologists specialized in epilepsy. It is intended to be used by neurologists specialized on epilepsy. Meta-rules drive the reasoning process of the system. Uncertainty is handled by using weights and certainty factors. The user of the system, physician specialist, can update the knowledge base of the system through a user friendly interface. The initial evaluation results of the system have given 83.3% successful diagnosis.

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Decision Support System for Classification of Epilepsies in Childhood
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  • Jun 2002
  • Journal of Child Neurology
  • Kostas M Vassilakis

    Kostas M Vassilakis

  • Lagia Vorgia

    Lagia Vorgia

  • Micheloyannis Sifis

    Micheloyannis Sifis

Diagnosis of epilepsy in childhood is often difficult as the symptoms are often atypical and the epilepsy syndromes are multiform. Methods from the domain of artificial intelligence give the opportunity to formalize medical knowledge and standardize various diagnostic procedures in specific domains of medicine. We developed a decision support system using artificial intelligence techniques for the classification and ultimately the diagnosis of epilepsies and epilepsy syndromes in children. The system incorporates knowledge from the International Classification of Epilepsies and Epileptic Syndromes. It was assessed using clinical data and the system's conclusions were compared with the diagnoses proposed by an experienced doctor. The system and the physician reached identical diagnoses in 85.2% of the cases. In an additional 8.2% of the cases, the system's diagnosis was similar to that of the physician, thus raising its overall success rate to 93.4%. The system can be helpful, especially for trainees, since it only needs to import the clinical and laboratory data. Decision making and differential diagnosis are then performed automatically.

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Decision support system for the Classification of Epilepsies and Epileptic Syndromes for children
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  • Jan 2001
  • K. Vassilakis

    K. Vassilakis

  • J. Michelogiannis

    J. Michelogiannis

  • Giorgos Papadourakis

    Giorgos Papadourakis

In Medicine, Information Technology has often been used to assist doctors in their diagnostic procedures, especially whenever there are problems of differential diagnosis in diseases. Methods from the domain of Artificial Intelligence give us the opportunity to formalize the medical knowledge and standardize various diagnostic procedures, in specific domains of Medicine and store them in computer systems (Knowledge Base). In the present research, we have developed a Decision Support System (DSS) for the disease of Epilepsy during childhood, when certain epileptic syndromes present difficulties in diagnosis and laboratory tests do not lead to specific results. The development of this specific DSS is based on the «International Classification of Epileptic Syndromes and Epilepsies», as is proposed by the «International League Against Epilepsy». In order to check the effectiveness of this diagnostic system we examine cases of patients with epileptic seizures. The results from the application of the Expert System is being compared with the diagnoses proposed by an experienced doctor.

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SIP PROTOCOL: IMPACT ON TELEMATICS INDUSTRY AND EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS
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  • George Liodakis

    George Liodakis

  • John E Papoutsis

    John E Papoutsis

  • Ioannis Vardiambasis

    Ioannis Vardiambasis

  • […]
  • Emmanuel Antonidakis

    Emmanuel Antonidakis

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an application-layer signaling protocol that can establish, modify and terminate interactive multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol (IP) networks. Actually, SIP has the potential to support the development and rapid deployment of new telematic applications on wireline and wireless networks. SIP uses the Internet model and maps it onto the telecommunications world, thus, offering convergent voice and data services. In this paper, the impact of SIP protocol on the telematics industry will be presented, while educational aspects of the protocol will be examined by laboratory experimentation on a SIP network architecture (set up at the Technological Educational Institute of Crete/Department of Electronics).Various implementation issues of SIP components (user agent, proxy server, r egistrar server) and communication scenarios will be discussed and evaluated.

Towards Synchronous Tele-Education: Solutions, Trends and Experience Gained
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  • Spyros Panagiotakis

    Spyros Panagiotakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

  • Nicolas Ripoll

    Nicolas Ripoll

  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

Synchronous tele-education refers to the real-time delivery of education to students who are not co-located with the teacher. In contrast to asynchronous e-learning that is so called course or learning management, a dominant platform or system for assisting synchronous e-learning has not been proposed yet. The solutions offered are, more or less, proprietary video-or voice-conference services built on one of the two popular communication protocols for session establishment that is H.323 and SIP. This paper discusses the experience gained from the deployment of various solutions at the premises of Technological Educational Institute of Crete (TEIoC) in Greece to facilitate the delivery of synchronous remote education. In particular, we present and compare three interesting, competitive, but very different, from a business point of view, solutions provided for synchronous e-learning. The first one is the professional solution AETHRA Vega X5 set top system. The second one concerns the costless, but universally shared, EVO (Enabling Virtual Organizations) system, and the last one refers to an open source solution that capitalizes the Asterisk's voice conference facility. Our survey and research aims at comparing these promising but different infrastructures/philosophies taking into consideration quality, technological and cost issues. Furthermore, the benefits and drawbacks characterizing each one of them are properly highlighted.

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Asynchronous learning service evaluation: a case study at TEI of Crete
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  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Nikos Psaroudakis

    Nikos Psaroudakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

Nowadays, with the development of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and the rapid growth of e-learning, educational procedures in tertiary institutions change in a considerable manner. The implementation of virtual learning environments depends on decisions related to the educational design and on other decisions related to technology itself and the selection of the most appropriate system and tools. During the last four years (2004-2008), TEI (Technological Educational Institute) of Crete is using an asynchronous e-learning platform, called e-class, to enhance traditional classroom instruction by incorporating a number of activities through the network. In this study we are trying to analyze the use of this asynchronous tele-education platform and we present our experience from the teachers' and students' perspectives for the use of this platform. We argue that e-class is used at TEI of Crete as an innovative tool and platform's users consider that they are more active and productive in the asynchronous e-teaching environment, although they have not fully exploited it yet. The lecturer role changes in this new environment from a centered knowledge disseminator to learning guider. Because of this we are in an opinion that this fact is very crucial in a Learning Management System (LMS) like e-class were the learners depend more on content than on the lecturer.

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ASYCHRONOUS TELETEACHING AT TEI OF CRETE PRIMARY RESULTS OF AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH
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  • Kostas Vassilakis

    Kostas Vassilakis

  • Michail Psarros

    Michail Psarros

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

,Information ,and ,Communication ,Technologies ,(ICT) provide ,new possibilities for the creation of innovative effective environments,of teaching and learning, by re -defining the educational frameworks and by deploying new learning facilities. ?he various platforms of tele -education, as those of asynchronous tele- teaching, can be used for the development of environments of remotely teaching and/or as additional toolof the conventional educational process. Primary objective of the present empiric research is the evaluation of asynchronous tele-education at TEI (Technological Education Institute) of Crete and the emerging,possibilities for the improvement,and the readjustment of traditional teaching. Basic methodological,tool of our research are the questionnaires that were addressed,to the students of the system. Our analysis was based on qualitative and quantitative methods. We present a theoretical approach,of distance education,and we study the new,roles and the

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Decision Support Systems (DSS) as tools to diagnose Epilepsies in children
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  • K M Vassilakis

    K M Vassilakis

  • Micheloyannis Sifis

    Micheloyannis Sifis

  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

Artificial Intelligence in Medical applications has been proposed various well known methods, in order to formalize the medical knowledge, to standardize the diagnostic procedures in specific domains and to effectively store them in computer systems. The computerized diagnostic systems take advantage of this wide stored information (Knowledge Base), which «does not forget» and in a way through inference mechanisms, they mimic the doctor's procedure of thinking, by assisting him in conclusion making. We developed a decision support system to help the diagnosis of Epilepsy in childhood, where certain epileptic syndromes present difficulties in diagnosis and differential diagnosis. The aim of this system is to help the doctor classify properly each patient case according to the «International Classification of Epileptic Syndromes and Epilepsies» as is proposed by the "International League Against Epilepsy" (ILAE). The existing medical knowledge and the classification proposed by the ILAE, give the convenience to formalize the data and the factors that affect the diagnosis of epilepsy and to handle them properly, in order to get useful conclusions. Initially, the user-doctor inputs medical information used by the system, in order to propose the type of epileptic seizures, which is compatible with the international classification. Several clinical and laboratory data, as well as the features of the electroencephalograph, are also inputs. The diagnostic system asks the user for other data as well, according to the case, through a series of appropriate questions. For instance: it asks for the extent or the intensity of the seizure, or for data on the conditions of incidence, etc, in order to be led to a distinct diagnosis. The result of the diagnosis suggested always complies with the categories of epilepsy described in the international classification. The implementation of such diagnostic support system inevitable follows the traditional development of any other software: We have to work out the basic stages of analysis, design, construction and benchmarking, namely the "life cycle" of a software system. The proper construction process of knowledge based systems, usually includes the development of three rudimental sub systems, (a) the knowledge base, (b) the inference engine and (c) the user interface. The implementation contains the phases of (1) feasibility analysis (2) conceptual design, (3) knowledge acquisition, (4) knowledge representation and (5) validation of the system. Trying to combine the two major approaches (conventional and knowledge base) of software construction, we decide the methodological framework supporting the DSS development and assessment to include four distinct phases: namely: (A) Identification of the most important data, to structure the knowledge base (analysis stage). (B) Development of knowledge base and design of inference engine (design stage). (C) Software development on the computer (construction stage). (D) Testing the diagnostic system (benchmarking) We used the diagnostic system in more than 100 cases of children with seizures. We had the following results in comparison to the diagnosis of the expert children's neurologist: In 85.2% of the cases, the diagnoses were identical with those of the neurologist. In 6.6% cases, the diagnoses were different form those of the expert neurologist In 8.2% cases, the diagnoses were similar, acceptable by the specialist.

Citations ( 10 )

… The knowledge obtained by physical examination and laboratory results. The system was tested against 42 cases in children with the test results are successfully entered correctly diagnosed 35 cases (83.3%) [4]. …
Reference: Fuzzy Knowledge-based System with Uncertainty for Tropical Infectious Disease Diagnosis
Expert System for Epilepsy with Uncertainty
Citing article
  • Jan 2005
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis
  • Emmanuil Kalivianakis
  • Sifis Micheloyiannis
… Ίσως το πιο σημαντικό πλεονέκτημα της χρήσης φορητών συσκευών στην εκπαίδευση είναι ότι σε σύγκριση με τους «παραδοσιακούς» ηλεκτρονικούς υπολογιστές, οι φορητές συσκευές μπορούν να βρίσκονται κοντά στο μαθητή, δίχως να απαιτείται η μετακίνησή του στο εργαστήριο πληροφορικής του σχολείου. Επιπρόσθετα, με την τιμή των φορητών συσκευών συνεχώς να μειώνεται, παρέχεται η δυνατότητα για μία προς μία αντιστοιχία συσκευών προς μαθητή, ευνοώντας την εξατομίκευση της μάθησης και την προσαρμογή της στους ρυθμούς του μαθητή (Orfanakis, Papadakis, Kalogiannakis, Ampartzaki & Vassilakis, 2016;Papadakis et al., 2016). …
Reference: Περιβαλλοντική Εκπαίδευση με χρήση φορητών τεχνολογιών: από τη θεωρία στην πράξη.* Environmental education using mobile technologies: from theory to practice
Digital Student Conference Platform Implementation: The case study of the “Research Project” course
Citing article
  • Dec 2016
  • Stamatios Papadakis

    Stamatios Papadakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

  • Vasileios Orfanakis

    Vasileios Orfanakis

  • Maria Ampartzaki

    Maria Ampartzaki

  • Kostas Vassilakis
… In addition , the interface for updating the knowledge base (KB) takes into consideration the computing capabilities of end users, i.e. neurologists. A decision support system (DSS) for epilepsy classification in childhood is presented in Vassilakis, Vorgia, and Micheloyannis (2002). This DSS divides knowledge base into a set of independent sections. …
Reference: Meta-rules and uncertain reasoning for diagnosis of epilepsy in childhood
Decision Support System for Classification of Epilepsies in Childhood
Citing article
  • Jun 2002
  • PubMed
  • Kostas Vassilakis
  • Lagia Vorgia
  • Sifis Micheloyannis

    Sifis Micheloyannis

… Η παξνρή ηεο ππεξεζίαο βαζίδεηαη ζηελ πιαηθόξκα (LMS) «Open eClass», πνπ αλέπηπμε θαη πξνζθέξεη ζηα εθπαηδεπηηθά ηδξύκαηα ηεο ρώξαο ην Αθαδεκατθό Γηαδίθηπν GUNET. Η έξεπλα απνηειεί ζπλέρεηα πξνεγνύκελσλ κειεηώλ καο γηα ηελ απνηίκεζε ηόζν ηεο αζύγρξνλεο εμΑΔ (Καινγηαλλάθεο, Βαζηιάθεο & Χαξξόο, 2005, Βαζηιάθεο & Καινγηαλλάθεο, 2006, Vassilakis, Psaroudakis & Kalogiannakis, 2008) όζν θαη ηεο ζύγρξνλεο (Καινγηαλλάθεο & Βαζηιάθεο, 2008) ζην ΤΔΙΚ. Σηελ παξνύζα, δηεξεπλώληαη νη απόςεηο ησλ εθπαηδεπόκελσλ θαη ζπγθξίλνληαη κε ηα αληίζηνηρα επξήκαηα παιαηόηεξσλ ζπλαθώλ εξγαζηώλ καο. …
Reference: Ασύγχρονη εξ αποστάσεως εκπαίδευση στο ΤΕΙ Κρήτης. Μελέτη περίπτωσης της ικανοποίησης των φοιτητών/τριών από την υπηρεσία
Asynchronous learning service evaluation: a case study at TEI of Crete
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  • Kostas Vassilakis
  • Nikos Psaroudakis
  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

… where is an action, q is the direct/indirect effect and U is a fluent formula which depends on the context. Standard solutions to the ramification problem (Antonis & Rob, 1997; Clarke & Wing, 1996; Denecker & Ternovska, 2007; Dimitris & John, 1996; Elkan, 1992; Fusaoka, 1966; Kakas, Miller, & Toni, 2001; Kowalski, 1992; Lifschitz, 1991 Lifschitz, , 1990 Lindsay, 1988; Marakakis, Kounali, & Vassilakis, 2006; McCain & Turner, 1995; Miller & Shanahan, 1999; Nikos & Dimitris, 2001, 2002a, 2002b Papadakis & Plexousakis, 2003; Pinto, 1994; Pinto & Reiter, 1993; Reiter, 1996 Reiter, , 2001 Thielscher, 1997 Thielscher, , 1988) rely on the persistence of fluents and on the idea that actions have effects on the next situation only. As we explain in the next section this makes these solutions inadequate for the problem in a spatial setting. …
Reference: A tool for addressing the ramification problem in spatial databases: A solution implemented in SQL
A method for removing unused arguments from logic programs
Citing conference paper
  • Jan 2006
  • DBLP
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Chara Kounali
  • Kostas Vassilakis
… The re-use intention of courses supplemented by the online platform and the negative feelings expressed for courses without online content and support reveal an approvaltendency of the e-class platform by the students. The results of the present study, although emerging from a different research-aspect, reveal the evolution of students' perceptions regarding asynchronous tele-education at the TEI of Crete when compared with first results reported in 20052526272829. …
Reference: Assessing student satisfaction in an asynchronous e-learning environment
Building E-services for learning and teaching by the exploitation of an LMS system
Citing article
  • Sep 2005
  • G. Liodakis

    G. Liodakis

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

  • Michail Psarros

    Michail Psarros

  • Kostas Vassilakis
… The expert system in [7] derives differential diagnosis of epilepsy in childhood. This system as our system uses a meta-rule. …
Reference: MediExpert: An Expert System based on Differential Diagnosis for Educational Purposes
Meta-rules and uncertain reasoning for diagnosis of epilepsy in childhood
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  • Oct 2010
  • DBLP
  • Emmanouil Marakakis

    Emmanouil Marakakis

  • Kostas Vassilakis
  • Nikos Papadakis

    Nikos Papadakis

… As a result, the Open e-class platform was adopted by most of the Universities and TEIs. Indeed, reports have been found for the usage of e-class in TEI of Chalkida (Papazoglou et al 2005;Spathopoulos 2007), Alexander TEI of Thesaloniki (Tzitzolaki et al. 2014), University of Thrace (Vernadakis et al. 2009), TEI of Epirus (Giannelou et al. 2005), TEI of Athens (Georgouli et al. 2005;Karolidis et al. 2005;Tsiakas et al. 2005), TEI of Lamia (Tziallas et al. 2005), Hellenic Open University (Papadakis et al. 2005), TEI of Crete (Vassilakis et al. 2005;Kalogiannakis et al. 2005), TEI of Larissa (Blanas 2008), Harokopio University (Chalkias &amp; Anagnostopoulos 2004) etc.Pange &amp; Lekka (2012)in a pilot study of examining the educational packages offered via Internet by Universities and TEIs in Greece, they found out that 72% of the randomly selected courses were delivered by Open eClass. Although the official LMS of most Universities and TEIs is Open e-class, the flexibility of moodle as well as the fact that it does not cost anything have made it attractive to many universities who use it as a secondary LMS. …
Reference: Evaluating a Learning Management System for Blended Learning in Higher Education
ASYCHRONOUS TELETEACHING AT TEI OF CRETE PRIMARY RESULTS OF AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH
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  • Kostas Vassilakis
  • Michail Psarros

    Michail Psarros

  • Michail Kalogiannakis

    Michail Kalogiannakis

… Each epilepsy type, in our system, is expressed in terms of 28 diagnostic criteria, according to the expert neurologist. These criteria are the following Vassilakis et al. (2002 Vassilakis et al. ( , 2004): Seizure type, seizure focus, seizure severity, electroencephalograph (EEG) type, patient age, pregnancy status, delivery status, family inheritance, school performance, lab findings existence, lab finding focus , behavior estimation, neurological estimation, psychomotor development , vocalization during seizure, fever, number of seizures per day, seizure during/after sleep, metabolic symptoms, toxic poisoning, head injury, existence of disease that affects the nervous system, existence of disease that does not affect the nervous system, acquired aphasia symptoms, primary visual ictal seizure, speech problems during seizure , behavioral problems during seizures. …
Reference: Meta-rules and uncertain reasoning for diagnosis of epilepsy in childhood
Decision Support Systems (DSS) as tools to diagnose Epilepsies in children
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  • Invalid date
  • Kostas Vassilakis
  • Sifis Micheloyannis

    Sifis Micheloyannis

  • Manolis Marakakis

    Manolis Marakakis

… The educational content is spread in two semester cources and is comprised of two-hours lectures (i.e., twenty eight weeks in total), including experimental demonstration of issues taught. Major topics of the two cources include, [5]: (a) Broadband and convergent communications in the context of the Information Society. (k) VoIP signaling through the H.323 and the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) series of protocols. …
Reference: Meeting the Demand for Broadband Communications Engineers: The Role of Academia
Design and Development of an Academic Course in Convergent Communication Systems and Services
Citing conference paper
  • Jul 2005
  • G. Liodakis

    G. Liodakis

  • I. O. Vardiambasis

    I. O. Vardiambasis

  • G. Glentis
  • Kostas Vassilakis

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  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete
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Spyros Panagiotakis
  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete
Nikolas Vidakis
Nikolas Vidakis
  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete
George Liodakis
George Liodakis
  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete
Ioannis Vardiambasis
Ioannis Vardiambasis
  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete
Athanasios G. Malamos
Athanasios G. Malamos
  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete
Michael Kalochristianakis
Michael Kalochristianakis
Haridimos Kondylakis
Haridimos Kondylakis
  • Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas
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Nikos Papadakis
  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete

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Education Beyond the App

With improved technology and greater web access, the eLearning market has grown exponentially over the past few years. According to experts, it will continue to do so. While in 2015, the eLearning market was approximately worth $165 billion, between 2016 and 2023, experts predict five-percent growth. This means that by 2023, the eLearning market will exceed $240 billion globally. The  US eLearning market  alone was worth more than $27 billion at the end of 2016.

One of the primary factors that fueled this  growing trend of digital learning  is the smartphone boom over the last few years. The  time people spend  on their smartphones and other “smart” devices is steadily rising. According to a 2016 study, among working adults,  80 percent find online learning useful  for advancing their careers. Of these, 50 percent download educational or informational apps.

The Gaps In eLearning And What to Do About Them

Personalization

According to tech giant Bill Gates, there is a  gap between conceptualization and implementation  when it comes to technology in educational circles. In 2016, he asserted that while technology had started “to improve education,” it lacked the element of personalization. Technology must suit the needs of the users and must be tailored to help teachers and employers to improve the quality of education.

Another  major problem in eLearning  is users quitting courses and programs midway, either due to poor engagement or poor content. Instructional design can remedy this problem. Technical factors, such as the use of better images and breaking down content into smaller chunks, can make instructional design more engaging. However, it is personalization of instructional design that seems to be the missing piece of the puzzle. Fortunately, we have plenty of data at our disposal today to make that possible. For instance, if a student has a problem with visualizing objects in three-dimensional space, course content could be tailored to include virtual-reality to aid 3D visualization. Similarly, a student can indicate his Achilles heels for each subject, and the same could be tackled with multiple explanations and additional practice tests in course content.

Gamification

Gamification is a popular approach in eLearning  that has rapidly gained momentum, especially among the younger population. When done right, gamification creates an immersive learning experience that appeals to students and allows for prompt feedback and evaluations. Gamification has also become a lucrative tool in  corporate learning  and professional skill enhancement.

However, data suggests that adding an element of gamification to a course or a training program  does not always yield great results . This often happens due to poor game design. Different courses have different requirements and goals, and the game design must cater to the particular project at hand. It is not enough for the games to be competitive and fun. The primary function of gamification is learning. So, it is more important that the model focuses on the goal and content of the project.

Another way to improve the impact of gamification, and eLearning in general, is to encourage learning in groups.  People learn better  and more efficiently when learning together. Gamification can encourage participation in virtual peer groups, which can lead to a more immersive learning experience.

A Data-Driven Approach Is Crucial

To improve eLearning tools – gamification, self-paced courses etc. – and incorporate them successfully into classrooms and companies, data-driven research is crucial. Instructional design and game design directly impact user engagement. For example,  interactive tools increase participation  and users learn more from shorter, informal videos. Developers should tailor instructional design according to audience preferences and be willing to make frequent improvements based on feedback.

Engagement Is the Keyword

In an age of “point-of-need” microlearning,  digital learning  and its interactive tools are indispensable. With the rise in the use of smartphones and tablets, eLearning offers ease of access. However, personalization – in terms of design, content, and other parameters –  is crucial to promote higher adoption and engagement, of and with elearning solutions.

Sources:

[ https://eclass.teicrete.gr/modules/document/file.php/TP271/Additional%20material/docebo-elearning-trends-report-2017.pdf ]

[ http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3061917 ]

http://www.businessinsider.com/90-of-18-29-year-olds-sleep-with-their-smartphones-2012-11?IR=T

[ https://towardsmaturity.org/2016/02/01/in-focus-consumer-learner-at-work/ ]

[ https://qz.com/634289/bill-gates-explains-why-classroom-technology-is-failing-students-and-teachers/ ]

https://www.themuse.com/advice/why-people-quit-90-of-online-classesand-how-to-beat-the-odds

[ https://www.forbes.com/2010/10/28/education-internet-scratch-technology-gamification.html ]

[ https://venturebeat.com/2010/08/25/devhub-scores-engagement-increase-by-gamifying-its-web-site-creation-tools/ ]

[ http://www.aon.com/attachments/human-capital-consulting/Overview%20of%20Health%20Improvement%20Gamification%20White%20Paper-Final%20Clear.pdf ]

https://hbr.org/2016/01/we-learn-more-when-we-learn-together

[ https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2566239 ]

http://www.kineo.com/za/resources/new-to-elearning/the-benefits-of-elearning

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