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  • H διαπραγμάτευση της συμφωνίας ΕΕ και ΗΠΑ για τη διαβίβαση χρηματοοικονομικών δεδομένων στον απόηχο της υπόθεσης SWIFT 

    Pavlides, Georgios (2010-04)
    Από το 2006, το βελγικό δίκτυο SWIFT βρίσκεται στο επίκεντρο μιας κρίσης με σημαντικές νομικές παραμέτρους και έντονες πολιτικές διαστάσεις. Η κρίση προκλήθηκε από τις ενέργειες των αμερικανικών αρχών, ειδικότερα από την ...

  • Haircut of Greek government bonds (psi) and the loss to the banking sector of Cyprus as a result of losing their subsidiaries in Greece. 

    Kolios, Savvas (Barchelor in Accounting Banking and Finance, Shcool of Business, Neapolis University Pafos, 2015)
    During the last 30 years the Cypriot economy faced an extreme growth, either characterized as a miracle or a bubble. In the last decade, the economic euphoria arrived after the accession to the EU and to Euro zone, low ...

  • Handoff Triggering for Wireless Sensor Networks with Performance Needs 

    Zinonos, Zinon; Vassiliou, Vasos; Chrysostomou, Chrysostomos (IEEE, 2013)
    In this paper, we deal with mobility management for wireless sensor networks and we focus on the first phase of a handoff procedure which is concerned with the mechanics of measuring important parameters and initiating ...

  • Harvesting and handling effects on postharvest decay 

    Manganaris, George A. (Publishing Technology, 2009)
    Purpose of review: The aims of this review are: (1) to highlight the most significant results over the last few years in harvesting methods and pre- and postharvest handling of horticultural products; and (2) to provide ...

  • Health Issues among female migrant Domestic Workers 

    Kouta, Christiana; Kaite, Charis P. (Garant Publisher, 2012)
    Female migrant domestic workers face discrimination in the health care system concerning their access to good quality health services, as well as in participation in policy and decision making (ILO, 2010; MIGS, 2008) In ...

  • Here to Stay”? Golden Dawn, From the Political Margin to the Political Foreground 

    Klapsis, Antonis (2014)
    “When we won 5.3% in the Municipality of Athens [in 2010], they said it was circumstantial. We told them that we are here to stay. And from Athens we will spread to all of Greece. When on May 6 [2012] we won 6.9 per ...

  • Hierarchical robust test generation for CMOS circuit stuck-open faults 

    Tsiatouhas, Y.; Haniotakis, Th.; Nikolos, D.; Paschalis, A.; Halatsis, Constantin (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 1997)
    As VLSI circuits become very large the complexity of test derivation becomes tremendous. The performance of test derivation can be improved significantly by exploiting the hierarchical structure found in most realistic ...

  • Highly Concurrent Computing Structures 

    Halatsis, Constantin (1984)
    Over the last decade there is a growing awareness that the computational needs of several scientific areas can only be met by computing machinery that emply highly concurrent computing structures rather that raw speed. ...

  • Historical Archive Ontologies – Requirements, Modeling and Visualization 

    Katifori, Akrivi; Torou, Elena; Vassilakis, Costas; Lepouras, Georgios; Halatsis, Constantin; Daradimos, Ilias (IEEE Xplore, 2007)
    Most ontology development methodologies and tools for ontology management deal with ontology snapshots, i.e. they model and manage only the most recent version of ontologies, which is inadequate for contexts where the ...

  • A historical overview and critical analysis of town centre delimitation methodologies 

    Pissourios, Ioannis (Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, 2014-02-14)
    The article aims at exploring the literature on town centre delimitation methods over the last sixty years. Specifically, the first section explores the content of the term town centre, while the second one proposes an ...

  • Historical research in archives: user methodology and supporting tools 

    Torou, Elena; Katifori, Akrivi; Vassilakis, Costas (Springer, 2011)
    Historic research involves finding, using, and correlating information within primary and secondary sources, in order to communicate an understanding of past events. In this process, historians employ their scientific ...

  • Historical tour of tour-ism in cyprus 

    Sioulas, Michael (Ministry of education and culture of the republic of Cyprus, 2012-08-29)
    The tourist industry in Cyprus, from its early beginning until now, has traveled a path of more than one century. Tourism on the island makes its first steps during the British rule. It establishes itself as an influential ...

  • Home Nursing in Cyprus 

    Kouta, Christiana; Kaite, Charis P. (Springer, 2016)
    Aging demographic changes suggest an increased demand on health and social services and elderly people prefer to be in their own homes and communities. The majority of elderly people prefer to stay at home for any form of ...

  • ‘Horses for Courses’ in demand forecasting 

    Petropoulos, Fotios; Makridakis, Spyros; Assimakopoulos, Vassilis (Elsevier, 2014-02-22)
    Forecasting as a scientific discipline has progressed a lot in the last 40 years, with Nobel prizes being awarded for seminal work in the field, most notably to Engle, Granger and Kahneman. Despite these advances, even ...

  • Hotel Resort & Spa development for disable people 

    Gjino, Vasilis (Business Administration Programm, School of Economic Sciences and Business, Neapolis University Pafos, 2016)
    All disabled people have the right on accessible tourism like all normal people, because they are normal people. The development of a hotel for disable persons will be the perfect project for Cyprus Tourism Industry and ...

  • How Accurate and Reliable (Certain) Are Medical Predictions? 

    Makridakis, Spyros (2015)
    Unpredictability and uncertainty reigns over most of medicine. Should women be screened for mammography and men for prostate cancer? The answer is not obvious as a growing number of researchers and doctors assert that the ...

  • How mobile branding, affects the purchase decision of customers on Pafos’ market. An investigation of the power and influence that mobile branding has on customers’ choice 

    Papandreou, Rafaella (Master of Business Administration, Shcool of Business, Neapolis University Pafos, 2014)
    Every time a consumer decides to purchase a mobile phone takes into consideration various factors that are crucial for his/her choice. Nowadays, with evolution in technology and globalization is easy for consumers to be ...

  • How Rewarding is Technical Analysis? Evidence from Athens Stock Exchange 

    Vasiliou, Dimitrios; Eriotis, Nikolaos; Papathanasiou, Spyros (Springer, 2006)
    The purpose of this paper is to investigate the performance of various technical trading rules in the Athens Stock Market. We test two of the simplest and most popular trading rules- Moving Averages and MACD Indicator. We ...

  • How Smart Are Smartphones?: Bridging the marketing and information technology gap. 

    Amanatiadis, Angelos; Chatzichristofis, Savvas A. (IEEE, 2014)
    The term "smart" has become widespread in consumer electronics in recent years, reflecting the consumers' need for devices that assist them in their daily activities. The term has a long history of usage in marketing science ...

  • Hybrid Cellular Ants for Clustering Problems 

    Bitsakidis, Nikolaos P.; Chatzichristofis, Savvas A.; Sirakoulis, Georgios Ch. (Old City Publishing, 2014)
    In the last decade the amount of the stored data related to almost all areas of life has rapidly increased. However, the overall process of discovering knowledge from data demands more powerful clustering techniques to ...