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  1. With the fast development in mobile technologies and ever-increasing use of smartphones in everyday activity, researchers and developers are paying attention to exploit the advantages of mobile systems to support online teams. One important…
  2. There are many factors that lower the level of accessibility in our environment, especially for citizens with special needs, examples are incorrect designs of public buildings or the lack of tools that show and generate the information in an…
  3. Among different emerging disruptive technologies, P2P computing has shown its usefulness in designing decentralized and scalable online learning systems. One important feature of P2P systems explored in this context is that of direct peer-to-peer…
  4. The web designers of Virtual Campuses or web applications, in general, targeting a large number of online users aim to facilitate the navigation of users through the site content. Qualitative and quantitative studies can support web designers by…
  5. BACKGROUND: Pneumonia frequently affects solid organ transplant (SOT) recipients, with high morbidity and mortality. However, the few studies on pneumonia in this population are mainly retrospective, single-center, and long-term studies, or include…
  6. Constantly providing feedback to on-line learning teams is a challenging yet one of the latest and most attractive issues to influence learning experience in a positive manner. The possibility to enhance learning group's participation by means of…
  7. BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: A role for the protein that mediates the rate-limiting step of steroidogenesis, the 18 kDa Translocator Protein (TSPO), has been suggested in the pathophysiology of Adult Separation Anxiety Disorder (ASAD). It has been…
  8. This paper explores the role and impact of emotion on learning and specifically analyzes issues related to emotion awareness and emotional feedback in e-learning. After a detailed analysis of current research work in these issues, important research…
  9. Plus que toute autre technique d'imagerie, l'IRM nécessite un minimum de compréhension des principes de physique essentiels pour la réalisation et l'interprétation d'un examen. Cet ouvrage a été conçu chapitre par chapitre pour répondre à la…
  10. Learning by discussion when applied to on-line collaborative learning settings can provide significant benefits for students in education in general. Indeed, the discussion process plays an important social task in collaborative learning practices.…
  11. The Distinguishing Feature Of The Book Is Its Exhaustive Coverage Encompassing Theory And Practical Aspects On Items Like The Status Of Biogas Technology, Different Types Of Biogas Plants And Their Suitability For A Given Situation, Their Design…
  12. New methods that exploit sparse structures arising in smart grid\nnetworks are proposed for the state estimation problem when data\ninjection attacks are present. First, construction strategies for\nunobservable sparse data injection attacks on…
  13. in this paper we present the design and implementation of an hyper-heuristic for efficiently scheduling independent jobs in Computational Grids. An efficient scheduling of jobs to Grid resources depends on many parameters, among others, the…
  14. This study aims to explore two crucial aspects of collaborative work and learning: the importance of enabling CSCL applications, on the one hand, to capture and structure the information generated by group activity and, on the other hand, to extract…
  15. Modern on-line collaborative learning environments are to enable and scale the involvement of an increasing large number of single/group participants who can geographically be distributed, and who need to transparently share a huge variety of both…