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microRNAs (miRNAs) are short non-coding RNA species, which act as potent gene expression regulators. Accurate identification of miRNA targets is crucial to understanding their function. Currently, hundreds of thousands of miRNA:gene interactions have been experimentally identified. However, this wealth of information is fragmented and hidden in thousands of(More)
microRNAs (miRNAs) are small non-coding RNAs that actively fine-tune gene expression. The accurate characterization of the mechanisms underlying miRNA transcription regulation will further expand our knowledge regarding their implication in homeostatic and pathobiological networks. Aim of DIANA-miRGen v3.0 (http://www.microrna.gr/mirgen) is to provide for(More)
In this paper we present a platform for delivering multimedia presentations on cultural heritage. The platform aims to enhance cultural knowledge discovery by increasing access to museums’ digital content. The platform generates rich media presentations considering the personal profile of the audience as well as its interests. The presentations may(More)
In the recent years, there is an extremely growing interest for the digitalization of museums through the utilization of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). A virtual museum platform, named iMuse is presented in this paper. The platform aims to enhance museum visits, assist visitors navigate inside the museum and to provide access to(More)
In the recent years, there is an extremely growing interest in the development of mobile information systems for museum visitors. Many of these systems utilize sensor technologies like HF RFIDs to provide an enhanced experience to the visitors. We explore the usage of UHF RFIDs to enhance museum visits and demonstrate a mobile application for delivering(More)
In smart cities residential homes are fully equipped with information networking and computing technologies and are connected to the power grid via intelligent meters. Connectivity of meters allows formation of groups of residents, which are physically close, and as a result individual consumptions can be aggregated into a shared consumption. In this paper(More)
The solution of large-scale sparse linear systems arises in numerous scientific and engineering problems. Typical examples involve study of many real world multi-physics problems and the analysis of electric power systems. The latter involve key functions such as contingency, power flow and state estimation whose analysis amounts at solving linear systems(More)