Antonios G. Nanos

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Virtual meeting environments are providing a viable alternative for conventional meetings bringing benefits of reduced costs and better use of time by removing the need for attendees to travel to national, international or global locations in order to attend meetings. This paper builds on the work of previous papers which discussed the functional and(More)
This paper describes results of the CLEMproject, Cloud E-learning forMechatronics. CLEM is an example of a domain-specific cloud that is especially tuned to the needs of VET (Vocational, Education and Training) teachers. An interesting development has been the creation of remote laboratories in the cloud. Learners can access such laboratories to support(More)
V-ROOM: a virtual meeting system with intelligent structured summarisation Anne E. James, Antonios G. Nanos & Philip Thompson To cite this article: Anne E. James, Antonios G. Nanos & Philip Thompson (2015): V-ROOM: a virtual meeting system with intelligent structured summarisation, Enterprise Information Systems, DOI: 10.1080/17517575.2015.1019571 To link(More)
Organisations now frequently rely on virtual collaboration through the use of computer technology. After a sequence of meetings, participants may only need to refer to the most important points rather than the whole meeting proceedings. This paper addresses the need for automated meeting summarisation in virtual meeting systems. An extraction approach to(More)
This paper describes some results of the CLEM project, Cloud E-learning for Mechatronics. An interesting development has been the creation of remote laboratories in the cloud. Learners can access such laboratories to help with their practical learning about mechatronics without need to set up laboratories at their own institutions. On the other hand the(More)
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