Danijela Milosevic

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131 A FPGA system for QRS complex detection based on Integer Wavelet Transform R. Stojanović, D. Karadaglić, M. Mirković and D. Milošević Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Montenegro, Džordža Vašingtona bb, 81000, Podgorica, Montenegro, stox@ac.me University of Manchester, Oxford Road, M13 9PL, Manchester, United Kingdom,(More)
Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is the most common type of abnormal curvature observed in spine and it progresses rapidly during the puberty period. The most followed clinical way of assessing the spinal deformity is subjective by measuring the characteristic angles of spinal curve from a set of radiographic images. This paper presents a web-based(More)
Development of the blended learning module integrating remote laboratory experiments into Moodle learning environment for an engineering master course in DSP, is described in this paper. New Moodle block called Remote Lab View (RLV) is created allowing remote experiments time scheduling as well as synchronous chat session available for teacher present in(More)
We developed the OBR-Scolio ontology that models scoliosis as pathological state of spine using the method of extracting from the FMA reference ontology in anatomical domain and the principal ontology framework of the OBR reference ontology, which is spread over anatomy, physiology and pathology domains. Following the FMA modeling framework, OBR-Scolio(More)
The aim of this paper is to describe blended learning of an engineering master course in DSP trough the integration of on-site and remote lab experiments. This integration of lab experiments is suggested as one of successful solution for “visualization” of DSP theory. The student survey concerning to preferred type of lab exercises is carried out and(More)
One important theme in captioning is whether the implementation of captions in individual sign language interpreter videos can positively affect viewers' comprehension when compared with sign language interpreter videos without captions. In our study, an experiment was conducted using four video clips with information about everyday events. Fifty-one deaf(More)
E-learning and e-teaching systems are involved in teachers’ professional activities and development in several ways: (a) If e-learning/e-teaching is the technology which supports the process of teachers’ learning of university courses, the teacher is in the position of e-learner; (b) If e-learning/e-teaching is the content of the teachers’ university(More)