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Fenareti Lampathaki

Fenareti Lampathaki
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PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering

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October 2005 - present
National Technical University of Athens
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Today, the need for “end-to-end” coordination between the electricity sector stakeholders, not only in business terms but also in securely exchanging real-time data, is becoming a necessity to increase electricity networks’ stability and resilience while satisfying individual operational optimization objectives and business case targets of all stak...
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The unprecedented volume, diversity and richness of aviation data that can be acquired, generated, stored, and managed provides unique capabilities for the aviation-related industries and pertains value that remains to be unlocked with the adoption of the innovative Big Data Analytics technologies. Despite the large efforts and investments on resea...
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The aviation industry as well as the industries that benefit and are linked to it are ripe for innovation in the form of Big Data analytics. The number of available big data technologies is constantly growing, while at the same time the existing ones are rapidly evolving and empowered with new features. However, the Big Data era imposes the crucial...
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Over the last years, the impacts of the evolution of information integration, increased automation and new forms of information management are also evident in the aviation industry that is disrupted also by the latest advances in sensor technologies, IoT devices and cyber-physical systems and their adoption in aircrafts and other aviation-related p...
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The undergoing digital transformation of the aviation industry is driven by the rise of cyber-physical systems and sensors and their massive deployment in airplanes, the proliferation of autonomous drones and next-level interfaces in the airports, connected aircrafts-airports-aviation ecosystems and is acknowledged as one of the most significant st...
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Perceiving information and extracting insights from data is one of the major challenges in smart manufacturing. Real-time data analytics face several challenges in real-life scenarios, while there is a huge treasure of legacy, enterprise and operational data remaining untouched. The current paper exploits the recent advancements of (deep) machine l...
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In recent years, there is growing interest in the ways the European aviation industry can leverage the multi-source data fusion towards augmented domain intelligence. However, privacy, legal and organisational policies together with technical limitations, hinder data sharing and, thus, its benefits. The current paper presents the ICARUS data policy...
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Today, digital transformation has drifted all industries with its proven capacity to improve operations and boost revenues while building a value chain ecosystem. The aeronautics ecosystem is almost unanimously invested in some way into a digital transformation strategy in which data typically plays an instrumental role. However, despite the vast q...
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Over the past decade, the way people communicate, share content and eventually conduct business has been disrupted by social networking platforms. By bringing together pervasive social computing with social networking under a common modelling methodology and common social rules based on human activities in accordance with the Activity Theory, our w...
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Today, the Industry 4.0 paradigm has penetrated the everyday pro-cesses and operations of manufacturers, reframing traditional value chains and delivering novel products and services. Products and services need to be appro-priately blended in the path to servitisation, yet manufacturers still struggle with gaining insights and collaborating with al...
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In the case of Product-Service Systems (PSS), the design phase is characterized by a demand for intensive exchange of knowledge between stakeholders from different domains. Thus, a comprehensive approach for knowledge sharing would support the integrated development of PSS. Existing attempts are however mainly focusing on using explicit service kno...
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The opportunity to gain insights from social media user generated data has triggered the interest of many companies who see in this a chance to better understand their customers’ preferences and identify trends. However, the huge amount of such data is not always manageable. Identification of influencers for a specific industry and monitoring of th...
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Although customers become more and more vocal in expressing their experiences, demands and needs in various social networks, companies of any size typically fail to effectively gain insights from such social data and to eventually catch the market realm. This paper introduces the Anlzer analytics engine that aims at leveraging the "social" data del...
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In a turbulent world, global competition and the uncertainty of markets have led organizations and technology to evolve exponentially, surpassing the most imaginary scenarios predicted at the beginning of the digital manufacturing era, in the 1980s. Business paradigms have changed from a standalone vision into complex and collaborative ecosystems w...
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Despite the availability of a myriad of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) based tools and methodologies for supporting governance and the formulation of policies, including modelling expected impacts, these have proved to be unable to cope with the dire challenges of the contemporary society. In this chapter we present the results of...
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More and more users, these days, keep fragmented data across the web in different applications, through various types of devices, PC, mobiles, wearable devices, etc. By taking advantage of an aggregative Graph Application Programming Interface (API), users have the ability to harness shattered data and keep them into a privacy-aware platform (Cloud...
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Nowadays, digital enterprises are confronted with disruptive technological advancements in their constant quest for innovation and creativity. In order to evolve towards new forms of enterprises, driven by constant business model transformation, a number of challenges need to be addressed from a research and practice perspective. In this paper, a g...
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This paper explores novel forms of technological and digital societal innovation putting the full potential of the Future of Internet into Web-based innovation, web-Entrepreneurship and Internationalization (IEI) of businesses. It introduces an approach to extend and complement existing incubation environments, which are no longer sufficient to dea...
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During the past years, the data deluge that prevails in the World Wide Web has been accompanied by a number of APIs that expose business logic. In this paper, we discuss a novel approach to enrich existing API standards definitions with business rules. Taking advantage of the REST principles, we aim at enabling the creation of generic clients that...
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This paper describes novel methodologies for assessing benefits and impact creation in IST related research projects. The paper first includes a Verification & Validation (V&V) method developed for evaluating of Future Internet software components implementation in a multi-sectorial environment. The proposed approach is based on best of breed V&V m...
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This paper presents OPENi’s Personal Cloudlets framework as a novel approach to enhancing users access control and privacy over their persinal data on a cloud-based platform. This paper describes the OPENi concepts and the requirements that influenced the design and implementation of OPENi’s Personal Cloudlet Framework. We describe the architecture...
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Today, a new age of engagement and collaboration has emerged with the proliferation of usergenerated content in social networks and generally the Web 2.0, rendering it particularly difficult for enterprises to monitor and act upon all content following conventional data mining methodologies. In this paper, we present our approach for a Future Inter...
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The ever-accelerating growth of cloud-based services (CBS) and the prevalence of multi-sided business models have distributed users' data across different data silos that hinder mobile applications development and sustainability. The present paper aims at describing an open framework that abstracts functionality from CBSs through a common Graph, RE...
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This paper describes the methods developed to determine the Technical Indicators and the Performance Indicators developed in the FITMAN project. This work is a part of the Validation and Verification methodology proposed by FITMAN project.
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Today's mobile applications, spanning from file storage and syncing, place checking in and tagging, multimedia sharing, streaming and recommendation, to social and professional networking, rely a lot on cloud-based services, which in turn offer increasingly more functionalities through their publicly available APIs. Users have greeted this abundanc...
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The circumstances for shifting to new kinds of economies and to new ways of doing business are compelling, with the concept of the sharing and circular economies opening up novel ways to reconcile the quest for growth and business value with the environmental prudence perspective: "doing more with less". The evolution of Sensing Enterprises is expe...
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Creating added value, innovative applications and services in the web is hindered by the prevailing different formats and models of information retrieved by the various Cloud-based Services (CBS). Additionally, CBS tend to change their Application Programming Interface (API) versions very often, not sufficiently helping the interested enterprises w...
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Enterprise Interoperability is one of the most crucial research domains of the modern information age, as it is directly linked with the competitiveness of enterprises as it defines at a large extent the ability of an enterprise to take advantage of the productivity gains offered by the ICT solutions available. However, although various solutions a...
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In a rapidly evolving landscape, enterprises face unprecedented challenges and opportunities to become more innovative, competitive, and efficient. Despite the technological readiness and the abundance of solutions, the interoperability issues still afflict enterprises as they remain untackled at design time and without a systemic approach. To this...
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Nowadays, the proliferation of cloud-based services (CBS) has revolutionized the way people communicate, connect, share and eventually conduct business. Large and small and medium enterprises often adapt to this era by providing their core competence through an API. The present paper aims at describing a solution that manages, advances and unifies...
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As a plethora of technological ICT solutions invade the manufacturing domain under the umbrella of Future Internet, the need to ensure that such solutions are built in the right way and address the real needs of an enterprise becomes more and more crucial. In this context, this paper introduces an innovative way of performing Verification and Valid...
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Studies show that enterprises are severely constrained by their management structures, and that those constraints become more vexing as information technologies are adopted. This is more true as “interoperability engineering” advances; the enterprise is capable of doing simple, ordinary things better, but the form of the enterprise becomes less ada...
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How can complex relationship structures be managed? When collaborating in networks, the diversity of stakeholder relationships is increasing. Most times, this leads to interoperability issues that need to be addressed. In this chapter, the authors show how Anything Relationship Management (xRM) can increase interoperability in many-to-many (n:n) re...
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Enterprise Interoperability is one of the most crucial research domains of the modern information age, as it is directly linked with the competitiveness of enterprises as it defines at a large extent the ability of an enterprise to take advantage of the productivity gains offered by the ICT solutions available. However, although various solutions a...
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Most of the industrial organizations, including SMEs, need to quickly react and adapt to the changing market conditions imposed by globalization, such as new sustainability directives or new type of customers. The fulfillment of these requirements on time is a must so as to remain competitive in the global markets. Since data management information...
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The existing interoperability frameworks usually take an application-driven, top-down approach, in which the most relevant dimensions of interoperability are optimized for some problem space. For example, The European Interoperability Framework has been conceived primarily to support e-Government services. With the goal of contributing to the estab...
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Enterprise Interoperability Science Base (EISB) represents the wide range of interoperability techniques that allow the creation of a new enterprise application by utilizing technologies with varied data formats and different paradigms. Even if one is able to bridge across these formats and paradigms to interoperate a new application, one crucial c...
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A science base for enterprise interoperability was first proposed in 2006 as a mechanism to formalize knowledge being generated by researchers and applied by industry to facilitate collaboration between enterprises through mutual interoperability of their enterprise systems. Subsequently, the community of researchers and exploiters of Enterprise In...
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The PHR systems need to be integrated with a wide variety of healthcare IT systems including EHRs, electronic medical devices, and clinical decision support services to get their full benefit. It is not possible to sustain the integration of PHRs with other healthcare IT systems in a proprietary way; this integration has to be achieved by exploitin...
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The creation of complete scientific foundations in the IS interoperability domain necessitates not only the development of mature and widely applicable interoperability architectures, methods, and standards, but also the systematic investigation of the business value they generate. This chapter initially analyses the theoretical foundations of the...
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In a rapidly evolving landscape, enterprises face unprecedented challenges and opportunities to become more innovative, competitive, and efficient. Despite the technological readiness and the abundance of solutions, the interoperability issues still afflict enterprises as they remain untackled at design time and without a systemic approach. To this...
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Enterprise Interoperability can be identified on cultural, rule, process, data, software, object, social network, services, knowledge, electronic ID, cloud, and ecosystem level, whereas the challenge is the conceptual integration across those layers in a flexible way. Meta Modeling as a concept is a proven technology to enable such conceptual integ...
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Today, the proliferation of social-enabled applications has disrupted the traditional enterprise mobile and desktop application value chain with three major phenomena: a) the migration of part of the generated value outside applications and onto social networks where social graph connectivity matters and there is limited support for context, b) the...
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Today, over the Web there is a high availability of cloud-based services which, through their publicly available APIs, disrupt traditional industries and provide a vast number of features indicatively spanning: location-based services, photo sharing, video & music streaming, recommendations, data storage, data syncing, and social networking. This p...
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The recently posed challenge of developing an Enterprise Interoperability Science Foundation (EISF) prompted some academic agents to attempt a systematisation of the Interoperability Body of Knowledge (IBoK). Still in their embryonic stages, these efforts have sought to organise and aggregate information from very fragmented and disparate sources,...
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National Interoperability Frameworks (NIFs) have been established during the last years as the governmental policy cornerstones for deploying joined-up information systems and providing one-stop services to citizens and businesses all over the world. In order to meet the rising expectations of their stakeholders, to cope with technological evolutio...
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In a turbulent world where technological evolution has surpassed even the most imaginative scenarios predicted a few years ago, interoperability remains an intangible and elusive challenge. Associated with cost, risk and complexity reduction, Enterprise Interoperability can be defined as a capability of two or more enterprises, including all the sy...
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The role of government in the society is undergoing continuous change, accelerated in the recent years due to the widespread adoption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). The legitimacy of governments’ actions is increasingly put into question, and it is recognised that the emergence of new and complex problems requires governments...
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As the role of government in the society is undergoing continuous change, consensus is starting to build around the potential that collaborative technologies have in the field of governance and policy modeling. For effective citizen empowerment and participation to become mainstream, at a greater scale, several challenges will have to be faced, whi...
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In a world where the technological progress has surpassed even the most imaginary predictions and the financial crisis presents unprecedented challenges for enterprises, Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) can be an important enabler for boosting enterprise competitiveness, innovation and sustainability. This paper aims at investigating the...
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History and the evolution of sciences have taught us that in order to come up with results that can benefit in a efficient manner the whole of society, research has to be steered and coordinated in such a way, as to foster and promote collaboration between researchers. Only such an organised attempt will result in addressing the main challenges of...
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Openness, accountability, and transparency have attracted researchers’ and practitioners’ interest as open data and citizen engagement initiatives try to capitalize the wisdom of crowds for better governance, policy making, or even service provision. In this context, interoperability between public organizations, citizens, and enterprises seems to...
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As digital infrastructures increase their presence worldwide, following the efforts of governments to provide citizens and businesses with high-quality one-stop services, there is a growing need for the systematic management of those newly defined and constantly transforming processes and electronic documents. E-government Interoperability Framewor...
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In light of the contemporary societal challenges and the current technological trends that have revolutionized collaboration and creativity, ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling has recently emerged to achieve a better, participative, evidence-based and timely governance. Bringing together two separate worlds, i.e. the mathematical and complex s...
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Enterprise Interoperability (EI) has been recognized as a well- acknowledged application domain in which substantial progress has been made through EU- and national funded research. However, the lack of scientific foundations seems to hinder unlocking its real value and full potential to all its stakeholders. Taking into consideration the fundament...
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Enterprise Interoperability is perceived as a capacity of two or more enterprises, including all the systems within their boundaries and the external systems that they utilize or are affected by, in order to cooperate seamlessly, in an automated manner, in depth of time for a common objective. The different layers of Interoperability define in high...
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Service description frameworks and relevant metadata appear as a key enabler that assists management of resources related to the provision of personalized, efficient and proactive services oriented towards the real citizens' needs. As different authorities typically use different terms to describe their resources and publish them in various Digital...
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Openness, accountability, and transparency have attracted researchers’ and practitioners’ interest as open data and citizen engagement initiatives try to capitalize the wisdom of crowds for better governance, policy making, or even service provision. In this context, interoperability between public organizations, citizens, and enterprises seems...
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Through the years, successful enterprises have been identified as the ones that were able to adapt their processes and ways of conducting business to the needs of their environment and the technological achievements of their times. This statement has not changed during recent years, but today, due to the major breakthrough of the internet and the p...
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As governments across the world provide more and more support to open data initiatives and web 2.0 channels for engaging citizens, researchers orient themselves towards future internet, wisdom of crowds and virtual world experiments. In this context, the domain of ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling has recently emerged to achieve better, parti...
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As the need for interoperability infrastructures and services is more and more stressed by researchers and practitioners in e-Government, Base Registries, as fully electronic, centralized repositories of information for classes of entities, pose as an infrastructure that can support aggregate electronic services delivery. In the presented approach,...
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Being important at organizational, process and semantic levels, interoperability became a key characteristic of the new electronic government systems and services, over the last decade. As a crucial prerequisite for automated process execution leading to “one-stop” e-Government services, interoperability has been systematically prescribed, since th...
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e-Government Interoperability Frameworks (e-GIFs) outline the essential prerequisites for joined-up and web-enabled e-government, providing the basic standards that every public authority must adopt. Today, their scope has been extended to facilitate the seamless exchange of information and the deployment of interoperable systems in Central and Mun...
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National Interoperability Frameworks (NIFs) have been established during the last years as the governmental policy cornerstones for deploying joined-up information systems and providing one-stop services to citizens and businesses all over the world. In order to meet the rising expectations of their stakeholders, to cope with technological evolutio...
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Pan-European policies envisioning a single European market and reduction of administrative burden call for effective, interoperable implementation and transformation of cross-border business-to-government services. Despite the existence of dedicated tools and methodologies that enable modelling and execution of cross-organizational business process...
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Despite the dawn of the XML era, semantic interoperability issues still remain unsolved. As various initiatives trying to address how the underlying business information should be modelled, named and structured are being realised throughout the world, the importance of moving towards a holistic approach in eBusiness magnifies. In this paper, an att...
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Although most eGovernment interoperability frameworks (eGIFs) cover adequately the technical aspects of developing and supporting the provision of electronic services to citizens and businesses, they do not exclusively address several important areas regarding the organization, presentation, accessibility and security of the content and the electro...
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In the dawn of the Semantic Web era, metadata appear as a key enabler that assists management of the e-Government resources related to the provision of personalized, efficient and proactive services oriented towards the real citizens’ needs. As different authorities typically use different terms to describe their resources and publish them in vario...