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ICTERI 2016: Papers Accepted for the Main Conference

Submissions - 58
Accepted papers - 27
Acceptance rate - 0.47 (47%)

Track 1 - Advances in ICT Research

  • Grygoriy Zholtkevych, Konstantin Nosov, Yuri Bespalov, Larisa Rak, Elena Vysotskaya, Yulia Balkova and Vadim Kolomiychenko. Descriptive Models of System Dynamics
  • Kateryna Ugryumova, Ievgen Meniailov, Sergey Сhernysh and Viktoriia Strilets. Mathematical Models and Methods of Efficient Estimation in Multi-Objective Problems of Decision Support Systems under a Priori Uncertain Data
  • Oleg Bisikalo and Ilona Bogach. Complexity class of semantics-related tasks of text processing
  • Bogdan Chornomaz, Kirill Rukkas and Kseniia Troino. Model Theory for Reduced Clock Constraint Specification Language
  • Mykola Tkachuk, Oleksii Vekshyn and Rustam Gamzayev. A Model-Based Framework for Adaptive Resource Management in Mobile Augmented Reality System
  • Alexander Lyaletski, Alexandre Lyaletsky and Andrei Paskevich. Evidential paradigm as formal knowledge presentation and processing
  • Oksana Pichugina and Babak Farzad. A Human Communication Network Model

Track 2 - Information Systems: Technology and Applications

  • Andriy Krasiy and Tetiana Hovorushchenko. Information Technology of Predicting the Characteristics and Evaluating the Success of Software Projects Implementation
  • Vitalii Ivanov, Svitlana Vashchenko and Yiming Rong. Information Support of the Computer-aided Fixture Design System
  • Aleksandr Spivakovsky, Maksym Vinnyk, Yulia Tarasich and Maksym Poltoratskiy. Design and Development of Information System of Scientific Activity Indicators
  • Eugene Tulika, Anatoliy Doroshenko and Kostiantyn Zhereb. Adaptation of Legacy Fortran Applications to Cloud Computing

Track 3 - Track 3 - Academia/Industry ICT Cooperation

  • Vladimir Sklyar. Safety-critical Certification of FPGA-based Platform against Requirements of U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC): Industrial Case Study
  • Taras Panchenko. Application of the Method for Concurrent Programs Properties Proof to Real-World Industrial Software Systems

Track 4 - ICT in Education

  • Kseniia Yashyna, Oleksandr Krupnyk and Oksana Karpenko. Application of 3D Printing and 3D Scanning Technologies in Educational Activities of a Modern Institution of Higher Education
  • Yuriy Kondratenko, Dan Simon and Igor Atamanyuk. Information and Communication Technologies in University Graduate Student Curricula
  • Evgeniya Spivakovska, Maksym Vinnyk, Yulia Tarasich and Оlesya Kuchma. Monitoring of Efficiency of Feedback Systems Use on the Base of Kherson State University
  • Inna Khyzhnyak. Methodical Aspects of Creating and Using the Language E-books for Primary School
  • Yuriy Kondratenko, Gholamreza Khademi, Vahid Azimi, Donald Ebeigbe, Mohamed Abdelhady, Seyed Abolfazl Fakoorian, Taylor Barto, Arash Roshanineshat, Igor Atamanyuk and Dan Simon. Information, Communication, and Modeling Tech-nologies in Prosthetic Leg and Robotics Research at Cleveland State University
  • Dmytro Fedasyuk, Nataliya Hots, Myloka Mykyychuk, Viktor Kuts and Yuliia Dzikovska. Method of Evaluation of Electronic Educational Resource Quality for Conformity Assessment (Certification)
  • Leo van Moergestel, Ander de Keijzer and Esther van der Stappen. Tips and pitfalls for blended learning; Redesigning a CS curriculum using IT
  • Nataliya Kushnir, Nataliya Valko, Nataliya Osipova and Olena Litvinenko. The experience of the master classes as a means of formation of readiness of teachers to implement innovation
  • Alexander Alexeyev, Nataliya Konovalova, Kateryna Lozova and Elena Korol. Simulation model of test control in teaching measurement
  • Jyoti Chauhan and Anita Goel. An Analysis of Social Networking and Collaboration in MOOC
  • Mariya Shyshkina. The Hybrid Cloud-based Service Model of Learning Resources Access and its Evaluation
  • Olena Glazunova and Tetyana Voloshyna. Hybrid cloud-oriented educational environment for training future IT specialists
  • Nataliia Morze and Liliia Varchenko-Trocenko. Educator's E-portfolio in Modern University
  • Irina Chernenko, Ludmila Shishko, Michael Lvov and Evgen Kozlovskiy. Systems of Computer Mathematics of Educational Appointment as a Means of Reception of Procedural Knowledge