Martin Mihajlov

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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)
Easy access to communication and information technologies has increased our dependence on technology for various aspects of our lives. Nevertheless, this remarkable growth of Internet Usage has been inextricably paired with a rise of excessive and dysfunctional Internet use. Conceptualized around 1996, a few years after the inception of the World Wide Web,(More)
Researchers have developed various graphical authentication mechanisms, with varied results in different environments. However, it has been difficult to get users to abandon traditional text-passwords in favor of something unfamiliar, therefore limiting graphical passwords to isolated environments rather than mass market solutions. Current studies show that(More)
In this paper we propose an implementation of a WiMAX-based integrated system for e-medicine in the Republic of Macedonia. We present developed telemedicine multimedia services and their related QoS. We also present the problems and challenges for using a public wireless IP network for setting up the system.
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)
In this paper we introduce a paradigm for completing complex tasks from wearable devices by leveraging crowdsourcing, and demonstrate its validity for academic writing. We explore this paradigm using a collaborative authoring system, called WearWrite, which is designed to enable authors and crowd workers to work together using an Android smartwatch and(More)
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