Dejan D. Rancic

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79 Impacts of Applying Automated Vehicle Location Systems to Public Bus Transport Management Bratislav Predic, Dejan Rancic and Aleksandar Milosavljevic Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Electronic Engineering University of Nis A. Medvedeva 14 18000 Nis, Serbia Phone: +38118529331 Fax: +38118588399 bratislav.predic@elfak.ni.ac.rs(More)
– Nowadays, many time-critical applications require 3D rendering algorithms for the visualization of massive terrain datasets. For such applications it is essentially important to use CPU processing power as little as possible, because in real-life applications the CPU usually has more task to do than just a terrain drawing. There is a huge burden imposed(More)
For a number of years vehicle fleet tracking systems are in use in companies operating large number of vehicles in the field. Proliferation of cheap and compact GPS receivers had the effect that Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) systems today almost exclusively use satellite based locating systems. This paper presents characteristics of realized system(More)
New research results on Human Computer Interaction (HCI) methodologies are presented in this paper. An extension of cognitive model for HCI (XUAN/t) based on decomposition of user dialogue into elementary actions (GOMS) is proposed. Using that model, descriptions of elementary actions performed by user and system are introduced sequentially. Based on the(More)
The most important functionality of the hail suppression information system in Serbia is to enable timely and reliable detection of the formation of hail-containing clouds. Improvement of this functionality can be achieved by adequate visualization of air flow (wind) inside the cloud system. This was the motivation for implementing a 2D steady vector field(More)