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      CFP taxonomy of the approaches for dynamic web content acceleration 

      Papastavrou, Stavros; Samaras, George S.; Evripidou, Paraskevas; Chrysanthis, Panos K. (2005)
      Approximately a decade since it was first introduced, dynamic Web content technology has been gaining in popularity over static means for content dissemination. Its rising demand for computational and network resources has ...
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      Challenges in electronic roads in the information society: content-based image retrieval and IP DiffServ 

      Mylonas, Yiannos; Pattichis, Constantinos S.; Pitsillides, Andreas; Panis, Stathis (IEEE, 2000)
      The objective of this study is to address some technological challenges that we faced within the Electronic Roads in the Information Society (ERIS) project. The main task of ERIS is to investigate an approach for dynamic ...
    • Article  

      Efficient indexing data structures for flash-based sensor devices 

      Lin, S.; Zeinalipour-Yazdi, Constantinos D.; Kalogeraki, Vana; Gunopulos, Dimitrios; Najjar, W. A. (2006)
      Flash memory is the most prevalent storage medium found on modern wireless sensor devices (WSDs). In this article we present two external memory index structures for the efficient retrieval of records stored on the local ...
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      The Electronic Road: Personalized Content Browsing 

      Wallace, M.; Karpouzis, K.; Stamou, G.; Moschovitis, G.; Kollias, S.; Schizas, Christos N. (2003)
      The effectiveness of a content browsing system, based on semantic content analysis, user profiling, and adaptation, is discussed. The various aspects of electronic road are also described. An user's navigation path through ...
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      Putting context in context: The role and design of context management in a mobility and adaptation enabling middleware 

      Mikalsen, M.; Floch, J.; Stav, E.; Paspallis, Nearchos; Papadopoulos, George Angelos; Ruiz, P. A. (2006)
      The operating context of mobile applications and services is constantly changing. In order to achieve higher levels of usability, mobile applications and services need to adapt to changes in context. This paper argues the ...