737 papers found .


ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 307-310
Stanujkić Dragiša, Plavšić Andjelija, Stanujkić Ana
Abstract: This paper presents the usability of the MULTIMOORA method for evaluating quality of the hotels' websites, with a particular focus on the hotels in some Serbian rural areas, and the possibility of promotion of tourism potential of these rural areas using the hotels' website.


ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 311-316
Stanujkić Dragiša, Paunović Milica, Stanković Goran
Abstract: This paper presents the use of a multiple criteria decision-making models for evaluating quality of regional tourism organizations websites from some Serbian rural areas, in order to in order to increase their efficiency in terms of promotion of tourism potentials. The proposed model is based on the use of the pairwise comparisons and the ARAS method.

223. Information Flow in Parking Areas Management in the Enterprise Information System

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 317-321
Nešić Zoran, Ljubić Leon, Radojičić Miroslav, Vesić Vasović Jasmina
Abstract: This paper presents contemplations on the information flow in the parking areas management activity. The specified activity is one of the primary activities of companies engaged in charging for parking services. In the paper, the emphasis is on this element, the analysis of information flow, which is a basic element in the development of information system. A detailed analysis of the observed information segment, data flow diagrams and relational database have been presented here. Also, the information flows that are the basis of the information system of parking service in the function of integration of the entire enterprise management have been clarified.

224. ICT infrastructure at sports stadium: requirements and innovative solutions

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 322-327
Petrović Lidija, Desbordes M., Milovanović D.
Abstract: Design of a sports stadium seeks to maximize the benefits of information and communication technologies (ICTs), with the new innovations becoming available all the time. At the same time, developers need to understand requirements, objectives and priorities. The UEFA requirements which reflect current standards for football stadiums are reviewed in the first part of the paper. The case study of system integrators that provide expandable ICT-based solutions specially designed for the 2014 FIFA World Cup is presented in the second part. Finally, one of the conclusions is that clever use of multimedia and interactive technologies can be harnessed to enhance the spectators’ experience and generate revenue.

225. Sakai CLE in Serbian Higher Education

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 328-332
Savić Goran, Segedinac Milan, Nikolić Nikola, Konjović Zora
Abstract: The paper presents experiences with Sakai CLE at the Faculty of Technical Sciences of University of Novi Sad. Sakai CLE has been used at the Faculty in a blended learning since 2011. Currently, 369 students are using Sakai within 4 courses. The paper analyzes the usability of the Sakai tools and their impact on the courses. In addition, two new Sakai tools developed at the Faculty of Technical Sciences are described. The first tool is developed as a support for the SCORM courses personalization, while the second one provides the semantic search of learning resources stored in the Sakai CLE.

226. Personalized design in interactive mapping as a part of information society

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 333-337
Kranjac Mirjana, Sikimić Uroš, Dupljanin Đorđije, Dumnić Slaviša
Abstract: Public administration has to be leader into establishing of information society. The reason for it is its important role in raising awareness of necessity to implement information telecommunication technologies (ICT) into the all areas of social activities. Secretary for economy of the Government of Vojvodina supports activities of old handicrafts by giving financial donations to them through competitions. Such support has proved to be good but it has not improved visibility of old handicrafts. It appeared that public administration could add value to old handicrafts work through additional service. Additional service is old handicrafts promotion. For the promotion were used multimedia ICT tools. The paper presents activities of elaboration of interactive map of old handicrafts performed at Secretary for economy of Government of Vojvodina. Interactive map includes handicrafts description and photos and offers personalized touristic routs that enables visits to old handicrafts sites and practicing of traditional crafts.

227. Design and Implementation of Software Architecture for Public e-Procurement System in Serbia

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 338-343
Bobar Vjekoslav, Mandić Ksenija
Abstract: Public e-procurement is recognized to be the main area of government-to-business that needs to be exploited by government of developing nations. In this paper we give all details about public e-procurement in Serbia with a view to offering an improved approach. Here are described the main transformation phases from traditional form of public procurement to electronic form and each phase is described. Using three-tier architecture in software engineering a new logical model for the public eprocurement system in Serbia was designed and developed to eliminate the bottlenecks with existing systems. The certain parts of the use cases, class diagrams, decomposition levels and sequence diagrams in development of public eprocurement system in Serbia are given. At the end, we pointed out possibilities for further development in the field of public e-procurement systems, mostly concerning development in cloud environment.


ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 344-348
Nikolić Aleksandar, Sladić Goran, Milosavljević Branko, Gostojić Stevan, Konjović Zora
Abstract: Internet Census 2012 data provides a very comprehensive look at the state of the Internet as a whole. The dataset is a result of extensive network scans covering available public IP space. In this paper we present a platform based on Hadoop, large scale data processing framework, for analysing this dataset. Custom Pig Latin User Defined Functions were developed which present a data specific querying interface allowing faster and more flexible analysis.

229. Interdependencies of communication and electrical infrastructures

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 349-352
Murić Goran, Bogojević Dragan, Gospić Nataša
Abstract: Infrastructure systems are essential for the modern society functioning, starting from electricity and gas supply, communication networks, water supply systems and transportation networks. Recently, the rapid development of communication and information technology introduced new controlling and monitoring mechanisms that rely on such technologies. All infrastructures become dependent on reliable and secure communication systems. In this paper, the mutual dependency of communication and electrical infrastructure is described. The general overview of scientific achievements and papers published in this area is presented. Finally, the most important recommendations for a Serbian electrical system are presented in accordance with EU standards and instructions.


ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 353-359
Atanasijević Srdjan, Miladinović Miloš, Nedić Vladimir, Matijević Milan
Abstract: Open data is data that can be freely used, processed and exchanged by all users. Data resulting from the processing and by changing the open data applies the same principle: they can continue to be used freely. In this paper we show the application of the basic concepts of open data: standardized models of open data, the process of opening the database, application areas and experience of using the platform for the presentation of open data. In the second part we will make an analysis of the most popular platforms for presentation open data and provide guidelines for their use in our practice. In conclusion, explained the potential application of a set of Open Data in Education and the Serbian economy.

231. miniC Project for Teaching Compilers Course

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 360-362
Suvajdžin Rakić Zorica, Rakić Predrag, Petrić Tara
Abstract: Compilers course is considered as an important part of a computer science education, but not always an easy course to teach to undergraduates. miniC project is presented. It is developed for teaching undergraduate Compilers course. It proved to be a very efficient concept in compilers course.

232. Using Syntax Diagrams for Teaching Programming Language Grammar

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 363-365
Suvajdžin Rakić Zorica, Popov Srdjan, Petrić Tara
Abstract: Understanding the syntax is an important activity in the process of learning the new programming language. One of the main factors, which influence acceptability and clarity of the syntax, is the way in which the syntax is described. There is no consensus about which metalanguage is best for describing the syntax. The traditional way of learning syntax involves using Backus-Naur form (BNF), which is a bit confusing and not very popular among the students. Using syntax diagrams and tools for syntax visualization is better way for understanding and learning grammar of the programming language.

233. Migration from Sakai to Canvas

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 366-370
Nikolić Nikola, Savić Goran, Segedinac Milan, Konjović Zora
Abstract: The paper presents a software tool for migration of e-courses from Sakai to Canvas LMS. Both of the LMSs are described as well as their import/export course formats. The tool facilitates the migration between these two LMSs by supporting automatic conversion of a Sakai course into the Canvas-compliant course format. The verification is conducted on the courses held at the Faculty of Technical Sciences (FTN) at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia.

234. Implementing an Effective Public Administration Information System: State of PAIS in the Czech Republic and its potential application in the Republic of Serbia

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 371-375
Stufi Martin, Veljković Nataša, Bogdanović-Dinić Sanja, Stoimenov Leonid
Abstract: As part of the Smart Administration strategy of the Czech Republic, Czech government has adopted a unique solution to centralize and to keep actual, most common and widely used information. The basic registers are the central information source for information systems of public authorities in the Czech Republic. Along with the Czech Point as the interface to all administrative requests and Data box as the electronic mail box the three projects represent a cornerstone of the effective public administration in the Czech Republic. This paper describes the current status of Public Administration (PA) in the Czech Republic and gives the characteristics of the optimal PA Information System (PAIS) and guidelines for its possible implementation in the Republic of Serbia.

235. eGovernment interoperability in the context of European Interoperability Framework (EIF)

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 376-381
Nikolić Vojkan, Protić Jelica, Đikanović Predrag
Abstract: European Commission recognized interoperability as a key factor in development of national eGovernment in the member states of European Union (EU) and as the unique eGovernment at the level of EU. The European Interoperability Strategy (EIS) and the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) which are used for European public services represent two key elements in the Digital Agenda for Europe promoting together interoperability among public administrations. Since National Interoperability Framework (NIF) of the Republic of Serbia was adopted on January, 10th 2014, until then the development of eGovernment in the Republic of Serbia had been in accordance with EIF where EIF had been the only document and guideline relating to eGovernment interoperability in the Republic of Serbia. This study shows eGovernement interoperability in the context of EIF and the proposed solution of connecting portal of eGovernement and Ministry of Interior Affairs (MOI) Republic of Serbia through Enterprise services bus (ESB).

236. Integrating processing in RAM memory and its application to high speed FFT computation

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 382-387
Efnusheva Danijela, Tentov Aristotel
Abstract: The growing rate of microprocessor performances significantly overcomes the one in DRAM memory. This problem of ever-increasing gap between CPU and memory speeds has been explored by many researchers. As a result, diverse specialized memory chips, that integrate processing, have been proposed. This paper discusses the architecture and implementation of several "smart" memories (computational RAM - CRAM, processing in memory - PIM chip and intelligent RAM - IRAM), including their strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for high speed processing. Considering that these integrated chips allow for a high on-chip memory bandwidth and low latency, we examine IRAM's application for performing memory intensive operations, such as the complex calculations of the fast Fourier transform (FFT).

237. CoAP communication with the mobile phone sensors over the IPv6

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 388-392
Dimčić Tomislav, Drajić Dejan, Krčo Srđan
Abstract: In this paper a few implementations were presented in order to show the importance of the IPv6 usage for IoT and possibilities that IPv6 offer. It is done in order to overcome addressing and routing limitations of IPv4 based mobile networks and WiFi. Two set-ups are presented. In the first one, smartphone is used as end point that could be accessed directly through the IPv6 address. Second set-up shows how smartphone could be used as a half-gateway for non IP devices, and provides access to the devices that use Bluetooth or Infrared communication with smartphone.

238. Communication Networks 2-terminal Reliability and Availability Estimation by Simulation

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 393-398
Janković Radomir, Pokorni Slavko, Milinović Momčilo
Abstract: An approach to two-terminal reliability (2TR) and availability (2TA) estimation of communication networks consisting of repairable nodes and links by means of the discrete events simulation has been presented in the paper. The necessary definitions have been given, as well as the simulation model elements, the algorithms of the realized GPSS World program-simulators for two-terminal network reliability and availability estimation and an example with a brief analysis of the executed experiments results.

239. Analysis of Monitoring Dipole and Monopole Antennas Influence on Shielding Effectiveness of Enclosure with Apertures

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 399-404
Milutinović Vesna, Cvetković Tatjana, Dončov Nebojša, Milovanović Bratislav
Abstract: In this paper, numerical model of metal enclosure with apertures and monitoring antenna is considered for the purpose of accurate shielding effectiveness calculation. TLM method incorporating wire node model is used to account for the presence of monitoring dipole or monopole antennas used in practice to detect the level of electromagnetic field at selected points inside the enclosure. Numerical model is first verified through comparison with experimental results and then used to study an impact of physical parameters of considered antennas on shielding properties of rectangular enclosure and shift of its resonance frequencies. In addition, both antennas are mutually compared in terms of their influence on detected level of electromagnetic field inside enclosure.

240. The Cross Layer Model for Wireless Networks Energy Efficiency

ICIST 2014 Proceedings Part II, 405-410
Odadžić Borislav, Dobrilović Dalibor, Stojanov Željko, Odadžić Dragan
Abstract: This paper discusses fundamentals of energy efficiency and spectral efficiency. The main focus is on a system based approaches towards energy efficient transmission and resource management across frequency and spatial domains. As energy-efficient wireless networks design requires a cross‒layer approach because power consumption is affected by all components of system, ranging from physical to application layers, this article presents a details related to recent advances in cross-layer model design for energy-efficient wireless networks.


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