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Kameas, A., and I. Mavrommati, "Interacting with ubiquitous computer applications: issues and methodology", Proceedings of 1st Panhellenic Conference with International Participation on Human-Computer Interaction(PC-HCI 2001), Typorama, Patra, Greece, pp. 394-399, 7-9 December, 2001. Abstract
Kameas, A., and I. Mavrommati, "The evolution of objects into hyper-objects: will it be mostly harmless", Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, vol. 7, issue 3-4: ACM & Springer-Verlag, pp. 176-181, July, 2003. Abstract
Kameas, A., and I. Mavrommati, "Configuring the e-gadgets", Communication of the ACM (CACM), special issue section on "The Disappearing Computer", vol. 48, issue 3: ACM, pp. 69, 2005.
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Markopoulos, P., I. Mavrommati, and A. Kameas, "End-User configuration of ambient intelligence environments : feasibility from a user perspective", In Proceedings of the 2nd European Symposium on Ambient Intelligence(EUSAI) , vol. 3295, Eindhoven, Netherlands, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, pp. 243-254, 8-10 November, 2004. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., A. Kameas, and P. Markopoulos, "An editing tool that manages device associations in anin- home environment", Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, vol. 8, issue 3-4: ACM & Springer-Verlag , pp. 255-263, 2004. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., and A. Kameas, "The concepts of an end user enabling architecture for ubiquitous computing", Proceedings of Pervasive 2004, Vienna, Austria, pp. 291-296, 21 April , 2004. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., and A. Kameas, "End user programming tools in ubiquitous computing applications", Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Human - Computer Interaction,(HCI International), vol. 2, Crete , Greece, pp. 172-177, June, 2003. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., and A. Kameas, "Aspects of human interaction with collections of objects translated into artefact architecture specifications", In Proceedings of the "Tales of the Disappearing Computer International Conference", Santorini, Greece, pp. 47-52, 1-4 June , 2003. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., and A. Kameas, "Crisis rooms are ambient intelligence digital territories", In Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction(HCII07), vol. 4555/2007, Beijing, China, pp. 151-157, 22-27 July, 2007. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., and A. Kameas, "Re-appearing interfaces of objects", Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Human - Computer Interaction(HCI International), vol. 4, Crete , Greece, pp. 414-418, June, 2003. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., P. Markopoulos, I. Calemis, and A. Kameas, "Experiencing extrovert gadgets", Proceedings of Human - Computer Interaction Conference, vol. 2, Bath, UK, Reasearch Press International, pp. 179-182, September, 2003. Abstract
Mavrommati, I., A. Kameas, and P. Markopoulos, "Visibility and accessibility of a component-based approach for ubiquitous computing applications :the e-gadgets case", Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Human - Computer Interaction(HCI International), vol. 2, Crete , Greece, pp. 178-182, June, 2003. Abstract
Micropoulos, T., A. Katsikis, A. Emvalotis, E. Nikolou, A. Xalkidis, P. Pintelas, and A. Kameas, "EIKΩN-ική πραγματικότητα στην υποστήριξη του μαθήματος της τεχνολογίας-παιδαγωγική προσέγγιση", Proceedings of 4rd Panhellenic Conference with International Participation,“Didactic of Mathematics and Informatics in Education”, Rethimno, Greece, pp. 155-162, 1-3 October, 1999.
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Papadimitriou, S., A. Kameas, P. Fitsilis, and G. Pavlides, "A new compression technique for tools that use data-flow graphs to model distributed real-time applications", Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Software Engineering & its Applications(TOULOUSE 92), Toulouse, France, pp. 235-244, 7-11 December, 1992. Abstract
Pintelas, P., A. Kameas, A. Triantis, S. Bathis, G. Koutalieris, T. Micropoulos, and A. Katsikis, "Σχεδίαση εκπαιδευτικών εφαρμογών εικονικής πραγματικότητας : το περιβάλλον ΕΙΚΩΝ", Proceedings of 4rd Panhellenic Conference with International Participation,“Didactic of Mathematics and Informatics in Education”, Rethimno, Greece, pp. 144-154, 1-3 October, 1999.
Pintelas, P., and A. Kameas, "Experience from using information technology in the training of managers", European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS), vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 129-137, 1993.
Pintelas, P., A. Kameas, K. Diplas, D. Giakovis, and I. Zaharakis, "I drive using artificial intelligence and virtual reality", In Proceedings of the International Conference on Circuits, Systems and Computes (CSC’96), Piraeus, Greece , 15-17 July, 1996.
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Seremeti, L., and A. Kameas, "Multimedia ontologies", Proceedings of ACM MobiMedia , 2007.
Stamatis, P., C. Goumopoulos, and A. Kameas, "Using ubiquitous computing technology to realise scalable intelligent agricultural environments", In Proceedings of the 3rd IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments(IE07), Ulm University, Germany, pp. 564-571, 24-25 September , 2007. Abstract
Stamatis, P., I. Zaharakis, and A. Kameas, "Exploiting ambient information into reactive agent architectures", In Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IEE06), vol. 2, Athens, Greece, pp. 69-79, 5-6 July , 2006. Abstract
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Triantis, A., A. Kameas, and G. Nikiforidis, "On the implementation of a multi-agent system for computer based medical education", Proceedings of 2nd Panhellenic Conference with International Participation on Information and Communication Technologies in Education, Patra, Greece, pp. 246-254, 13-15 October, 2000. Abstract
Triantis, A., S. Kotsiantis, I. Zaharakis, A. Kameas, and P. Pintelas, "X-GENITOR: an integrated environment for the development of agent-based tele-training applications", In Proceedings of workshop on Intelligent Agents and Virtual Reality organized by Artificial Intelligent Human Network, Athens, Greece, 29 June , 2001.
Triantis, A., A. Kameas, and I. Zaharakis, "4Ds: an Architecture that dynamically synthesizes distributed content with distributed expertise into educational applications that support sustainable sessions for distributed learners", Themes in Education, Special Edition "Information and Communication Technologies in Distance Learning: Issues and Trends", vol. 6, issue 2, pp. 169-187, 2005. Abstract