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ICTERI 2013: Papers Accepted for the Main Conference

Out of 60 submissions 13 full and 12 short papers have been accepted based on the reviews by the members of the ICTERI Program Committee. The acceptance rate is therefore 41.6 per cent.

ICTERI Topic coverage by the accepted 25 papers is as follows:

  • ICT infrastructures, Integration and Interoperability - 7 papers
  • Machine Intelligence, Knowledge Engineering, and Knowledge Management - 6 papers
  • Model-based Software System Development - 8 papers
  • Cooperation between Academia and Industry in ICT - 2 papers
  • Methodological and Didactical Aspects of Teaching ICT and Using ICT in Education - 8 papers

The majority of the accepted papers are research papers (18). 7 papers are discussion or problem analysis papers. 2 papers are industrial experience reports.

Accepted Full (Regular) Papers

  • 2: Mizal Alobaidi, Andriy Batyiv and Grygoriy Zholtkevych. Wireframe Model for Simulating Quantum Information Processing Systems
  • 6: Nikolay Tkachuk, Vladyslav Sokol and Kateryna Glukhovtsova. An Intelligent Approach to Increase Efficiency of IT-Service Management Systems: University Case-Study
  • 12: Lyudmyla Bilousova, Oleksandr Kolgatin and Larisa Kolgatina. Pedagogical Diagnostics with Use of Computer Technologies
  • 16: Ekaterina Lavrischeva, Artem Dzyubenko and Andrey Aronov. Conception of Programs Factory for Representing and E-learning Disciplines of Software Engineering
  • 17: Aleksander Spivakovskiy, Lyubov Petukhova, Evgeniya Spivakovska, Vera Kotkova and Hennadiy Kravtsov. Comparative Analysis of Learning in Three-subjective Didactic Model
  • 19: Anastasiia Varava and Grygoriy Zholtkevych. Asymptotical Information Bound of Consecutive Qubit Binary Testing
  • 20: Oleksandr Baiev and Valentin Lazurik. Use of neural networks for monitoring beam's spectrum of industrial electron accelerators
  • 22: Michael Cochez, Ville Isomöttönen, Ville Tirronen and Jonne Itkonen. The Use of Distributed Version Control Systems in Advanced Programming Courses
  • 30: Yuliia Romenska and Frédéric Mallet. Lazy Parallel Synchronous Composition of Infinite Transition Systems
  • 45: Olga Tatarintseva and Vadim Ermolayev. Refining Ontology by Learning Stakeholders’ Votes from their Texts
  • 46: Natalya Kushnir, Anna Manzhula and Nataliya Valko. New Approaches of Teaching ICT to Meet Educational Needs of Net Students' Generation
  • 49: Vyacheslav Kharchenko, Oleg Odarushchenko, Valentina Odarushchenko and Peter Popov. Mathematical software for modeling the computer systems described by stiff Markov chains: an empirical evaluation and choosing a solution
  • 61: Natalya Keberle. Answering Conjunctive Queries over a Temporally-Ordered Finite Sequence of ABoxes sharing one TBox

Accepted Short (Research in Progress) Papers

  • 14: Denis Arkatov. A data transfer model of computer-aided vehicle traffic coordination system for the rail transport in Ukraine
  • 15: Olena Mantula and Vladimir Mashtalir. An Adaptive Forecasting of Nonlinear Nonstationary Time Series under Short Learning Samples
  • 18: Aleksandr Ralo. Modeling, algorithms and implementation of the microcontroller control system for the ion beam forming process for nanostructures etching
  • 25: Nadezhda Baklanova and Martin Strecker. A Formal Model of Resource Sharing Con icts in Multithreaded Java
  • 32: Dmitry Bodnenko. The role of informatization in change assignment high school and its impact on teacher professional competence
  • 33: Vladimir Kukharenko. Designing Massive Open Online Courses
  • 37: Eugene Alferov and Vadim Ermolayev. Extracting Knowledge Tokens from Text Streams
  • 38: Anatoliy Doroshenko, Kostiantyn Zhereb and Olena Yatsenko. Using Algebra-Algorithmic and Term Rewriting Tools for Developing Efficient Parallel Programs
  • 47: Natalia Morze, Olena Kuzminska and Galina Protsenko. Public Information environment of modern University
  • 48: Maxim Davidovsky, Vadim Ermolayev and Vyacheslav Tolok. Application of Instance Migration Solution to Industrial Ontologies
  • 58: Leonid Vasilevich and Ivan Iurtyn. Quantitative estimation of competency as a fuzzy set
  • 60: Dmitriy Buy and Juliya Grishko. Elements of Multisets Theory: Lattice and Complete Lattice of Multisets