• Article  

      Adaptive virtual circuit routing 

      Economides, Anastasios A.; Ioannou, Petros A.; Silvester, J. A. (1996)
      The paper deals with the adaptive routing problem in virtual circuit communication networks. A newly arriving call at a source node is routed along the minimum length path to its destination node. All packets belonging to ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Animation Models In E-Learning Of Science 

      Stoffová, Veronika (University of Zilina, 2005)
      The article deals with the simulation models in e-learning applications which are the basis of controlled animation. Visualization of simulation experiments with the computer has a great significance in teaching-learning ...
    • Article  

      Autonomous Intelligent Cruise Control 

      Ioannou, Petros A.; Chien, C. C. (1993)
      Vehicle following and its effects on traffic flow has been an active area of research. Human driving involves reaction times, delays, and human errors that affect traffic flow adversely. One way to eliminate human errors ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Computer-based antenna education at the Technological educational institute of crete 

      Vardiambasis, I. O.; Vardiambasis, K.; Melesanaki, T.; Papadimitriou, D.; Zaoutis, E.; Zacharopoulos, V.; Mavredakis, M. (University of Cyprus, 2007)
      In the past most electronic engineering students tended to have repulsion against subjects related to microwaves, electromagnetics and antennas, especially due to their abstract, theoretically demanding, and complex ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Consistency of an optics lesson including ICT at grade 8 

      El Hage, Suzane; Becu-Robinault, Karine; Buty, Christian (University of Cyprus, 2010)
      This paper presents an analysis on the implementation of an ICT-based activity in a physics lesson about optics at grade 8 (lower secondary school). This activity aims at introducing the additive synthesis of colors with ...
    • Article  

      Design, Simulation, and Evaluation of Automated Container Terminals 

      Liu, C. -I; Jula, H.; Ioannou, Petros A. (2002)
      Due to the boom in world trade, port authorities are looking into ways of making existing facilities more efficient. One way to improve efficiency, increase capacity, and meet future demand is to use advanced technologies ...
    • Book Chapter  

      Development and test of an instrument that investigates teachers' beliefs, attitudes and intentions concerning the educational use of simulations 

      Zacharia, Zacharias C.; Rotsaka, Ioanna; Hovardas, Tasos (IAP Information Age Publishing, 2015)
      The purpose of this research was to develop an instrument, namely, a questionnaire that investigates teachers' beliefs, altitudes, and intentions concerning the use of simulations for educational purposes, including for ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      The development of modeling skills through computer based simulation of an ant colony 

      Constantinide, K. C.; Kalyfommatou, N. G.; Constantinou, Constantinos P. (Pedagogical Faculty of University of Ostrava, 2001)
      Learning in science can be analyzed into a number of constituent components: the acquisition of experiences with natural phenomena provides the basis for the subsequent development of concepts; the mental representation ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Difficulties in representing microscopic phenomena on the internet: the case of brownian motion 

      Dimitriadi, Kyriaki; Halkia, Krystallia (Department of Educational Sciences, University of Cyprus, 2003)
      Brownian Motion is the motion during which the particles suspended in a fluid move in a random way in all directions. Randomness is a key concept in understanding the phenomenon. Also, because it refers to molecular motion, ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Exploring the nardoo –designing simulations that support improved learning outcomes for students studying issues of management of a water catchment 

      Corderoy, Robert. M.; Harper, Barry. M.; Hedberg, John. G. (Department of Educational Sciences, University of Cyprus, 2003)
      Whole catchment management of water resources is a complex process requiring students to develop an understanding of systems and processes which operate at over extended timeframes at both a macro and micro environmental ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Functional comprehension of concepts and Graphical representations in kinematics Supported by M.B.l. and simulations 

      Ovadias, Savvas; Trikalinos, Christos (University of Cyprus, 2007)
      The aim of this paper is the formulation of an instructive proposal for the conceptual comprehension of phenomena of Kinematics in one dimension, in the Greek Lyceum, supported by: suitable laboratory activities with the ...
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      Hardware acceleration of n-body simulations for galactic dynamics 

      Cook, Todd A.; Kim, Hong-Ryul; Louca, Loucas S. (Affiliation: Rutgers Univ., Piscataway, NJ, USA, United StatesCorrespondence Address: Cook, Todd A.Rutgers Univ., Piscataway, NJ, USAUnited States, 1995)
      N-body methods are used to simulate the evolution and interaction of galaxies. These simulations are usually run on large-scale supercomputers or on very expensive full-custom hardare. This paper presents an alternative ...
    • Conference Object  

      Human figure animation: A historical perspective 

      Himona, S. L.; Chrysanthou, Yiorgos L.; Loizides, A. (2008)
      Computer Animation, has advanced significantly as well as spectacularly over the last two-to-three decades. The interesting field has innovated tremendously moving from first-generation i.e. purely geometric models where ...
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      IEEE ICDM 2010 Contest: TomTom Traffic prediction for intelligent GPS Navigation 

      Wojnarski, M.; Gora, P.; Szczuka, M.; Nguyen, H. S.; Swietlicka, J.; Zeinalipour-Yazdi, Constantinos D. (2010)
      In this foreword, we summarize the IEEE ICDM 2010 Contest: "
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Information technology for understanding Science (it for us) 

      Rogers, Laurence T. (University of Cyprus, 2007)
      The principal aim of the IT for US Project is to present teachers with a vision for the use of ICT in science teaching which exploits the qualities of software tools for developing conceptual understanding of scientific ...
    • Article  

      Location-aware services over vehicular ad-hoc networks using car-to-car communication 

      Dikaiakos, Marios D.; Florides, A.; Nadeem, T.; Iftode, L. (2007)
      Recent advances in wireless inter-vehicle communication systems enable the establishment of Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANET) and create significant opportunities for the deployment of a wide variety of applications and ...
    • Article  

      Modelling and simulation of transportation systems: A scenario planning approach 

      Papageorgiou, George; Damianou, Pantelis A.; Pitsillides, Andreas; Aphamis, Thrasos; Charalambous, Demetris; Ioannou, Petros A. (2009)
      It is increasingly realized that building more roads does not solve the traffic congestion problem but actually makes it worse. Instead of adding capacity to our roads there should be an effort to find ways in order to ...
    • Article  

      On comparing several spectral densities 

      Fokianos, Konstantinos; Savvides, A. (2008)
      We investigated the problem of testing equality among spectral densities of several independent stationary processes. Our main methodological contribution is the introduction of a novel semiparametric log-linear model that ...
    • Article  

      Performance Analysis And Improvement In Model Reference Adaptive Control 

      Datta, Aniruddha; Ioannou, Petros A. (1994)
      Boundedness of all closed-loop signals and asymptotic convergence of the tracking error to zero or to a residual set are the criteria that have been most commonly used to characterize the performance of model reference ...
    • Conference Object  

      Radio propagation in industrial wireless sensor network environments: From testbed to simulation evaluation 

      Zinonos, Z.; Vassiliou, Vasos; Christofides, Tasos C. (2012)
      In recent years, sensor networks characteristics have led to incremental utilization in different types of applications. Several techniques have been proposed to evaluate the performance of WSNs