Found 35 courses
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natural sciences subject

Calculus

Panayiotis Vlamos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Informatics, Ionian University

Basic Sets, Real Numbers - Axioms of Real numbers - Euclidean spaces, Sequences, Monotony, Subsequence, Convergence, Numerical Series, Convergence Criteria: Absolute and Relative Convergence, Telescopic Series, Limit, Continuity, Derivative, Basic Theorems of Differential Calculus, Convexity, Taylor Theorem, Taylor Series, Power series, Integral, Beta and Gamma Functions, Applications of Integrals, Differential Equations, Functions of several Variables, Limit and Continuity - Partial Derivative, Extrema, Completion, Multiple Integration, Change of Variables, Fourier Theory, FFT.

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Artificial Intelligence

Katia Lida Kermanidis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Informatics, Ionian University

Aim and scope of AI. Historical data. Problem Solving. Search. Blind and informed Search. Adversarial Search. Propositional Logic. Predicate Logic. Reasoning and Resolution. Knowledge Representation. Semantic Networks. Conceptual Graphs. Machine Learning, Instance-based Learning, Decision Trees, Stochastic Learning. The Weka Machine Learning Toolkit. Expert Systems. The CLIPS Production System Language. Applications of AI.

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Computer Graphics

Phivos Mylonas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Informatics, Ionian University

Basic concepts of computer graphics and applications. Knowledge representation, production and display of three-dimensional data. Transformations and Coordinate Systems. Lighting and color. Texture mapping and applications. Algorithms shading objects. Data structures and application to imaging acceleration. Particle systems (particles). Fundamentals motion (animation). Architectural Design Graphics, Programming graphics processors using vertex and pixel shaders. Graphics API (DirectX and OpenGL). Advanced imaging techniques in programmable graphics processors.

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Strategic Management of Information Systems

Adamantia Pateli - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Informatics, Ionian University

Introduction to Strategic Management and Strategic Planning. Analysis of Internal and External Business Environment. Strategic Analysis Tools (SWOT, PESTEL, 5 Forces Model, Value Chain). Maturity Model of Information Systems. Strategic Importance of Information Systems. Information Systems Evaluation. Business Process Modelling and Reengineering withe the use of IS. Governance of Information Systems.

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Language Technology

Katia Lida Kermanidis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Informatics, Ionian University

Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. The features and properties of natural language. Morphological Processing. Regular Expressions. Finite State Automata and Finite State Transducers. Syntax. Grammar Development. Grammar Formalisms. The Chomsky Hierarchy. Parsing. Semantic Processing. Logical Form. Selectional restrictions. Semantic networks and Ontologies. Pragmatic Processing. Discourse Analysis. Anaphora Resolution. Part-of-speech tagging. Stochastic parsing. Grammar Induction. Word Sense Disambiguation. Natural Language Generation. Machine Translation. Information Extraction. The NLTK Natural Language Toolkit. Applications of Machine Learning in Language Technology.

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Simulation and Modelling

Panayiotis, Markos Vlamos, Avlonitis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Informatics, Ionian University

Dynamical systems. Theoretical models and modeling strategies. Evolution in time and space. Scale effects and multi-scale modeling. Explicit models for computer science and natural hazards. Queueing Theory. Fundamental Concepts of Queueing. TheoryThe M/M/1 Queue. The powerfulness of Simulation. Simulation strategies. Effective simulation codes for explicit theoretical models. Simulation of deterministic and stochastic dynamic systems. Analysis of simulation results and evaluation.

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Language Technology

Katia Lida Kermanidis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Informatics, Ionian University

Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. The features and properties of natural language. Morphological Processing. Regular Expressions. Finite State Automata and Finite State Transducers. Syntax. Grammar Development. Grammar Formalisms. The Chomsky Hierarchy. Parsing. Semantic Processing. Logical Form. Selectional restrictions. Semantic networks and Ontologies. Pragmatic Processing. Discourse Analysis. Anaphora Resolution. Part-of-speech tagging. Stochastic parsing. Grammar Induction. Word Sense Disambiguation. Natural Language Generation. Machine Translation. Information Extraction. The NLTK Natural Language Toolkit. Applications of Machine Learning in Language Technology.

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Website Development

Andreas Giannakoulopoulos - Undergraduate - (A-)
DEPARTMENT OF AUDIO & VISUAL ARTS, Ionian University

The main objective of this course is to present the basic technologies used for the construction of web sites and applications on the World Wide Web, whereas at a practical level, emphasis is put on learning the extensible hypertext markup language (XHTML) and its accompanying technologies, such as style sheets and client-side scripting languages. Special attention is paid to usability and accessibility issues, through the Design-for-All approach, as well as to Web standards. Designing, structural organisation and static web sites realisation are analysed. Moreover, other topics addressed include user needs analysis, designing and development of web sites infrastructure, with simultaneous reference to dynamic programming technologies.

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NETWORKS II

KONSTANTINOS OIKONOMOU - Undergraduate - (A-)
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATICS, Ionian University

An important part of the networks are facing and use in our daily lives are the wireless networks. The networks are presented with many more interesting forms (eg, networks, data exchange) and really change the way our societies function considering that a key element of human societies is communication. Networks (either wireless or wired) governed ultimately by the same basic principles and is aspiring to show this essay. The rules are almost the same and we are surprised that almost every network (eg, the network of human relations) obey these rules.

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Entertainment Software and Virtual Environments

Konstantinos Vasilis Oikonomou Komianos, Vasileios Komianos - Undergraduate - (A-)
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATICS, Ionian University

After participating the lectures, students should be able to understand the concepts of Entertainment Software and Virtual Environments as well as to develop such applications and manage their production. Furthermore students come in touch with the latest research issues.