Milos Jovanovik

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One of the most active fields of research in the past decade has been data representation, storage and retrieval. With the vast amount of data available on the Web, this field has initiated the development of data management techniques for distributed datasets over the existing infrastructure of the Web. The Linked Data paradigm is one of them, and it aims(More)
These days, the number of data sources an ordinary computer user works with every day is very large and continues to grow. With the increasing number of cloud services with specialized functionalities, the users are faced with the necessity to routinely perform manual actions to interchange data among different cloud and web services, in order to perform(More)
Food - drug interactions are well studied, however much less is known about cuisine - drug interactions. Non-native cuisines are becoming increasingly more popular as they are available in (almost) all regions in the world. Here we address the problem of how known negative food - drug interactions are spread in different cuisines. We show that different(More)
With the development of IT technologies, the amount of information that the user receives and the sources of information which he or she uses, increased dramatically. There is a need of an intelligent desktop application, which will integrate different information sources from both the desktop and the web. To address this problem, we present a solution for(More)
Accessing data on the Web in order to obtain useful information has been a challenge in the past decade. The technologies of the Semantic Web have enabled the creation of the Linked Data Cloud, as a concrete materialization of the idea to transform the Web from a web of documents into a web of data. The Linked Data concept has introduced new ways of(More)
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