Dejan Paunović

Dejan Paunović
Mihajlo Pupin Institute | IMP

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Conference Paper
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As the level of implementation and integration of digital systems in every part of daily life constantly increases, high-er and higher volumes of data are being generated at unprecedented rates without the indication of slowing down at any point in the near future. The contemporary IT infra-structure is starting to struggle with the storage, proces...
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A content recommender system or a recommendation system represents a subclass of information filtering systems which seeks to predict the user preferences, i.e. the content that would be most likely positively "rated" by the user. Nowadays, the recommender systems of OpenCourseWare (OCW) platforms typically generate a list of recommendations in one...
Technical Report
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This document aims at presenting the development of the first version of EW Simulator (EW – S) prototype. The development and implementation of the EW – S was done according to the D1.4 The EW – Simulator Specification.
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Publishing and sharing open government data in Linked Data format provides many opportunities in terms of data aggregation/integration and creation of information mashups. Statistical data, that contains various performance indicators and their evolution through time, is an example of data that can be used as the foundation for policy prediction, p...
Conference Paper
This paper contributes to the understanding of challenges related to publishing and consuming public sector information using Linked Data tools. Linked Data paradigm has opened new possibilities and perspectives for the process of collecting and monitoring socio-economic indicators. Due to multidimensionality of the statistical data, in order to en...
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Although the international and EU legislation and guidance on risk assessment and management is well defined, a commonly agreed framework and procedures are still lacking. An attempt in this direction has been made within the STRiM project and the Web-based tool for Environmental Risk Assessment and Management has been developed to support the appl...

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The LAMBDA project (Learning, Applying, Multiplying Big Data Analytics) shall define a scientific strategy for stepping up and stimulating scientific excellence and innovation capacity, increasing research capacities and unlocking the research potential of the biggest and the oldest R&D Institute in the ICT area in the whole West Balkan region, turning the Institute Mihajlo Pupin into a regional point of reference when it comes to multidisciplinary ICT competence related to Big Data analytics.
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Software Framework for Intelligent Adaptive Management of Complex Facilities
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Share-PSI 2.0 brings together a critical mass of government agencies and organisations responsible for implementing the new PSI Directive. Lead by the W3C, the consortium includes the Open Group and Open Geospatial Consortium as fellow standards bodies plus the PSI Alliance, Open Knowledge Foundation, Open Data Institute and PwC as the primary contractor in the ISA Programme's work on interoperability. Each of these represents a community with an interest in standards for commerce, government and citizen-lead activity, however, Share-PSI goes much further. 16 government agencies with direct responsibility for defining and implementing an open data strategy are included in the network, covering 14 countries. Another 21 academic bodies and SMEs with a direct role in advising and implementing the PSI Directive take the tally of countries covered to 25 plus Russia. The network will proceed via a series of 5 workshops on different themes related to the implementation of the new PSI Directive. Partners will contribute case studies of relevant work done, successful or otherwise; each workshop will include external participants selected on the basis of submitted position papers, and will generate a standalone report. The inputs and outputs from each workshop will be aggregated into a single best practices document that, through an independent process, may become a recognised W3C standard. Importantly, this document will be localised in each of the countries covered by the network. Localisation will cover language(s) but, more importantly, it will refer to the specific implementation methods that apply in those countries. For example, how to contact a specific national or city-wide data portal, which controlled vocabularies should be used, which licence(s) is/are appropriate and so on. The result will be country-specific guidance on implementing a harmonised approach to implementation of the PSI Directive on open data across at least a majority of European countries.