Martin Mihajlov

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The electronic way of learning and communicating with students offers a lot of advantages that can be achieved through different solutions. Among them, the most popular approach is the use of a learning management system. Teachers and students do not have the possibility to use all of the available learning system tools and modules. Even for modules that(More)
This paper presents an overview of the wireless telemedicine components of an integrated system for e-medicine that we propose and implement in the Republic of Macedonia. A short introduction to telemedicine and its evolution is presented. The new wireless broadband technologies enabled creation of telemedicine services previously only possible via cable(More)
This 6-page paper was written using the WearWrite system for Android Wear smartwatches. WearWrite lets an author direct a crowd to complete the complex task of writing a paper from their smartwatch. The author injects necessary expertise, while the crowd does the actual writing. This document contains three versions of the paper in sequence: first, the(More)
Intuitive learnability of touch gestures for technology-naïve older adults. The work is supplied on the understanding that any use for commercial gain is strictly forbidden. A copy may be downloaded for personal, non-commercial, research or study without prior permission and without charge. Any use of the thesis/research project for private study or(More)
Substantial research has been conducted in developing sophisticated security methods with authentication mechanisms placed in the front line of defense. Since these mechanisms are based on user conduct, they may not accomplish the intended objectives with improper use. Despite the influence of usability, little research has been focused on the balance(More)
This paper reports two studies of digital television users. The first study investigates the behaviour of non-impaired users to understand typical usage patterns and problem-solving, attempting three representative tasks using a digital television terrestrial receiver. Videos were analysed to identify problem incidents and attempts at recovery. Patterns(More)
Older adults having limited experience with modern computing technology may find it difficult to learn touch gestures, especially the more complex rotate gesture. Social interactions, as implied by social constructivism, are assumed to be powerful in enabling older adults to acquire the skill of touch gestures. The social effect can be reinforced with the(More)