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Pub. period:2003-2007
Pub. count:4
Number of co-authors:8


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Ippokratis Pandis's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

John Soldatos:7
Manolis Tzagarakis:7
Nikos Karousos:6

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Publications by Ippokratis Pandis (bibliography)

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Soldatos, John, Stamatis, Kostas, Azodolmolky, Siamak, Pandis, Ippokratis and Polymenakos, Lazaros (2007): Semantic web technologies for ubiquitous computing resource management in smart spaces. In Int. J. Web Eng. Technol., 3 (4) pp. 353-373.

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Pandis, Ippokratis, Karousos, Nikos and Tiropanis, Thanassis (2005): Semantically annotated hypermedia services. In: Proceedings of the Sixteenth ACM Conference on Hypertext 2005. pp. 245-247.

Hypermedia systems' researchers investigate the various approaches in the way documents and resources are linked, navigated and stored in a distributed environment. Unfortunately, those systems fail to provide effortlessly usable discrete services, since it is difficult both to discover and to invoke any of them. This paper proposes the usage of emerging technologies that try to augment the Web resources with semantics in order to provide Hypermedia services that can be easily discovered, and integrated by potential third party developers. In this context, we analyze the benefits for the Hypermedia community upon the adoption of Semantic Web technologies for the description of Hypermedia services, and we implement an initial corresponding ontology.

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Karousos, Nikos, Tzagarakis, Manolis and Pandis, Ippokratis (2003): Increasing the usage of open hypermedia systems: a developer-side approach. In: Proceedings of the Fourteenth ACM Conference on Hypertext 2003. pp. 148-149.

This paper argues that the existence of a developer support framework is a critical issue to the usage of Open Hypermedia Systems (OHSs). For this reason, the OHS Community would benefit by the adoption of both a service discovery mechanism and a set of standards and tools to approach the development of hypermedia clients in a transparent and methodological manner.

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Karousos, Nikos, Pandis, Ippokratis, Reich, Siegfried and Tzagarakis, Manolis (2003): Offering open hypermedia services to the WWW: a step-by-step approach for developers. In: Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on the World Wide Web 2003. pp. 482-489.

Hypermedia systems and more specifically open hypermedia systems (OHS) provide a rich set of implementations of different hypertext flavors such as navigational hypertext, spatial hypertext or taxonomic hypertext. Additionally, these systems offer component-based modular architectures and address interoperability between hypertext domains. Despite multiple efforts of integrating Web clients, a widespread adoption of OHS technology by Web developers has not taken place. In this paper it is argued that Web Services -- which offer a component model for Web applications -- can be integrated in OHSs. An architectural integration is proposed, a step-by-step process is outlined and an example of integration is provided. This very approach is aimed to benefit both worlds: the Web community with new rich hypermedia functionality that extends the current navigational hypermedia, and the OHS community by opening its tools and platforms to the many developer groups of the Web community.

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