George Dimitrakopoulos
George Dimitrakopoulos
Associate professor, Harokopio University of Athens - dept of Informatics and Telematics
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Intelligent transportation systems
G Dimitrakopoulos, P Demestichas
IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine 5 (1), 77-84, 2010
An empirical investigation on consumers’ intentions towards autonomous driving
I Panagiotopoulos, G Dimitrakopoulos
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 95, 773-784, 2018
Technologies for the Wireless Future: Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF)
R Tafazolli
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
ETSI reconfigurable radio systems: status and future directions on software defined radio and cognitive radio standards
M Mueck, A Piipponen, K Kalliojärvi, G Dimitrakopoulos, K Tsagkaris, ...
IEEE Communications Magazine 48 (9), 78-86, 2010
Intelligent transportation systems based on internet-connected vehicles: Fundamental research areas and challenges
G Dimitrakopoulos
2011 11th International Conference on ITS Telecommunications, 145-151, 2011
Introducing reconfigurability and cognitive networks concepts in the wireless world
P Demestichas, G Dimitrakopoulos, J Strassner, D Bourse
IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine 1 (2), 32-39, 2006
Intelligent management functionality for improving transportation efficiency by means of the car pooling concept
G Dimitrakopoulos, P Demestichas, V Koutra
IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems 13 (2), 424-436, 2011
Distributed radio access technology selection for adaptive networks in high‐speed, B3G infrastructures
K Tsagkaris, G Dimitrakopoulos, A Saatsakis, P Demestichas
International Journal of Communication Systems 20 (8), 969-992, 2007
Cognitive radio and management of spectrum and radio resources in reconfigurable networks
L Berlemann, G Dimitrakopoulos, K Moessner, J Hoffmeyer
Wireless World Research Forum, 2005
The role of micro-moments: A survey of habitual behavior change and recommender systems for energy saving
A Alsalemi, C Sardianos, F Bensaali, I Varlamis, A Amira, ...
IEEE Systems Journal 13 (3), 3376-3387, 2019
The E2R II Flexible Spectrum Management (FSM) Framework and Cognitive Pilot Channel (CPC) Concept–Technical and Business Analysis and Recommendations (E2R II White Paper)
D Bourse, R Agusti, P Ballon, P Cordier, S Delaere, B Deschamps, ...
The E2R II Flexible Spectrum Management (FSM) Framework and Cognitive Pilot …, 2007
Cognitive radio resource management for improving the efficiency of LTE network segments in the wireless B3G world
A Saatsakis, K Tsagkaris, D von-Hugo, M Siebert, M Rosenberger, ...
2008 3rd IEEE Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks …, 2008
Enterprise capability modeling: concepts, method, and application
P Loucopoulos, C Stratigaki, MH Danesh, G Bravos, D Anagnostopoulos, ...
2015 International Conference on Enterprise Systems (ES), 66-77, 2015
Proactive, knowledge-based intelligent transportation system based on vehicular sensor networks
G Dimitrakopoulos, G Bravos, M Nikolaidou, D Anagnostopoulos
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 7 (4), 454-463, 2013
Achieving domestic energy efficiency using micro-moments and intelligent recommendations
A Alsalemi, Y Himeur, F Bensaali, A Amira, C Sardianos, I Varlamis, ...
IEEE Access 8, 15047-15055, 2020
Current Technologies in Vehicular Communication
G Dimitrakopoulos, G Bravos
Springer International Publishing, 2017
PRYSTINE-PRogrammable sYSTems for INtelligence in automobilEs
N Druml, G Macher, M Stolz, E Armengaud, D Watzenig, C Steger, ...
2018 21st Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design (DSD), 618-626, 2018
Endorsing domestic energy saving behavior using micro-moment classification
A Alsalemi, M Ramadan, F Bensaali, A Amira, C Sardianos, I Varlamis, ...
Applied Energy 250, 1302-1311, 2019
Management and control of reconfigurable radio system
G Dimitrakopoulos
IEEE Veh. Technol. Mag. 4 (1), 42-48, 2009
Technologies for the Wireless Future: Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF)
K David
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
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