Christos Kouroupetroglou

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One of the biggest issues the World Wide Web (WWW) community has to overcome is accessibility for all. The rapid expansion of the WWW using problematic web authoring practices, together with the dominance of the desktop metaphor in web page design has raised many WWW accessibility problems for people with disabilities. In this paper we present a what may be(More)
The WWW is today the biggest source of information and an essential tool for many activities of daily life. Unfortunately, information seeking in this complex hypermedia environment is generally not an easy task. The potentially complex task of information seeking in the WWW is further complicated when the end-user is blind or visually impaired (VI).(More)
Browsing shortcuts is a mechanism which facilitates blind people to move efficiently to various elements of a web page (e.g. functional elements such as forms, navigational aids etc.), hence operating effectively as an interaction method and a vital counterbalance to low accessibility of web pages. Results of a quantitative analysis which measured(More)
WATERNOMICS focuses on the development of ICT as an enabling technology to manage water as a resource, increase end-user conservation awareness and affect behavioral changes. Unique aspects of WATERNOMICS include personalized feedback about end-user water consumption, the development of systematic and standards-based water resource management systems, new(More)
Christos Kouroupetroglou was awarded his PhD in 2010 and his thesis subject was " Semantically enhanced web browsing interfaces. " During his PhD research he investigated the impact of Semantic-Web based assistive interfaces in web browsing while he also worked for a number of research programs in the ATEI of Thessaloniki. The most important of them was the(More)