4 Works

Seeking for the evolutionary history of lands based on ontology organized spatiotemporal data and reasoning tools

Markos Dendrinos, Daphne Kyriaki-Manessi & Alexandra Tranta
Abstract: The present study focuses on spatiotemporal historical data organized in an OWL Protégé ontology environment. It aims at exploring the possibilities of using deduction logic tools in correlating alternate names of geographic regions related to time periods and presenting spatiotemporal interconnections. The application paradigm includes spatial data of local regions and sites of contemporary Greece and Turkey related to Hellenic historical archaeological sites temporally distributed in an extended period from Neolithic Age to the...

Medical and health sciences’ community attitudes towards hybrid journals, academic networks, social media and research evaluation metrics: a perspective from Greece

Dimitrios Kouis & Eirini Delikoura
Purpose – The present paper attempts to identify medical and health scientists' attitude towards the use of hybrid journals, social media and academic networks and the selection factors of publication medium, including alternative metrics. Design/methodology/approach - A quantitative survey was conducted, based on a structured questionnaire. It focused on Health Sciences and Medicine, with a population sample mainly consisting of hospital healthcare professionals. Likert scale, simple multiple-choice and ranking type questions were used. Analysis: 215...

Computer-Assisted Translation of Egyptian-Coptic into Greek

Argyro Kontogianni, Theodoros Ganetsos, Panagiotis Kousoulis & Evangelos C. Papakitsos
Purpose - The Coptic language is the final evolutionary stage of Ancient Egyptian, firstly attested in the 1st century CE (Old Coptic) until the 16th century CE, which survives nowadays as the liturgical language of the Coptic Orthodox Church. Egyptian-Coptic had been transliterated through the alphabetization of written Egyptian, based on the Greek script. In this work, the designing of a software tool is presented, for the computer-assisted learning and translation of Egyptian-Coptic into Greek....

Hadrian’s aqueduct in Athens. Educational activity project in the context of promoting cultural heritage among youth

Eleni Alexandri & Alexandra Tranta
Purpose: To contribute to the study of cultural heritage, as well as to explore the possibility of delving deeper into a number of its fields through a single monument. Design/methodology/approach: Applying contemporary informal education approaches to the design of an educational program for cultural monuments taking Hadrian’s aqueduct as the starting point. Findings: The rich interdisciplinary approach that emerged from the study of a single monument, its capacity to “narrate” stories as well as the...

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