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Κανονιστικές και Κοινωνικές Διαστάσεις της Κοινωνίας της Πληροφορίας [open]

Lilian Mitrou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

Social dimension / approach of technology – The relation between society and Information and Communication Technologies – Regulatory issues with regard to Information and Communication Technologies – Computer Ethics

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Κανονιστικό Πλαίσιο στην Κοινωνία της Πληροφορίας [open]

Lilian Mitrou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

Introduction to law and its main terms and features. Overview of main legal fields, issues and regulatory frameworks with regard to Information Society, information technologies and their applications

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Computer Organization

DIONISIOS PNEVMATIKATOS - undergraduate - (A-)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

Introduction to design processor, machine language as interface between hardware and software. Internal processor organization. Implementation of a processor using simple modules (registers, multiplexers, logic gates). Datapath and controlpath design. Interrupts and interrupt handling at the control module. Cache memories, virtual memory. Modern implementation of processors based on pipelining.

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Open Courses Development

Aggelos Bletsas - undergraduate - (A-)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

Connection, Composition and Completion (3Cs) basic theoretical knowledge of telecommunications engineering, while pilot training in a real environment. Data transceivers and system parameters. Receiver parameters: noise figure, compression point (IP2), intermodulation and third-order intercept point (IP3), spurious receiver response. Transmitter parameters: frequency stability and spurious signals, output power efficiency, intermodulation, crystal reference oscillators, PLLs. Architecture receivers ...

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Τηλεπικοινωνιακά Συστήματα ΙI

Aggelos Bletsas - undergraduate - (A+)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

Το μάθημα προσφέρει το απαραίτητο θεωρητικό υπόβαθρο μετατροπής μιας διακριτής πηγής πληροφορίας σε bits και σχεδίασης modemγια την μεταφορά των bits σε κανάλι προσθετικού λευκού κανονικού θορύβου (AWGN) υπό περιορισμό ισχύος ή εύρους ζώνης. Συγκεκριμένα, εισάγει την μετατροπή μιας διακριτής πηγής πληροφορίας σε bits (εξηγώντας πώς κάνει συμπίεση δεδομένων ο υπολογιστής μας), επεκτείνει τον σχεδιασμό modem στην περίπτωση της περιορισμένης ισχύος (την περίπτωση περιορισμένου εύρους ζώνης την είδ ...

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Digital Design

Apostolos Dollas - undergraduate - (A+)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

Logic Design is an introductory course on digital design. It is a self-contained course in that it has no prerequisites, and it is offered to first-year ECE students. The course has theory, exercises, and laboratory exercises for a thorough coverage of the material.

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Digital Signal Processing

Michalis Zervakis - undergraduate - (A-)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

Discrete-time signals and systems, Sampling and Quantization effects, Fourier Transform: properties and applications, Ζ-Transform: properties and applications, Sampling and reconstruction of analog signals, Changing sampling frequency: downsampling and upsampling, Power spectrum estimation, Processing of analog signals with digital filters, Transform analysis of linear time-invariant systems, Minimum phase systems, Structures for discrete-time and digital filters, Design and implementation of infinite impulse response (IIR) and finite impulse response (FIR) filters, Transform and windowing methods

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Digital Image Processing

Michalis Zervakis - undergraduate - (A+)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

General principles and modeling of digital images. Image Perception. Color representation and transformations. 2-D Sampling, 2-D Fourier and other transforms. Image description and processing using vectors and matrix operators. Image enhancement: Histogram equalization and mapping, contrast enhancement, low-pass and highpass filters in two dimensions. Image restoration: Deterministic and stochastic methods. Optimization for the design of image restoration filters, comparisons and applications. Image coding and compression: JPEG, MPEG. Image analysis and segmentation methods

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Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computer Communication Networks

MICHAEL PATERAKIS - undergraduate - (A-)
School of Electronics & Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

Introduction to modeling of computer communication networks using stochastic processes: brief review of discrete random variables, Bernoulli processes and sums of independent random variables, Poisson processes and their main properties, discrete time Markov Chains (properties, classification of states, limiting behavior). Introduction to modeling of computer communication networks using Queueing Theory (Little’s Theorem, the M/M/1, M/M/m, M/M/m/m markovian queues, the M/G/1 queue with generalized service times distribution, the M/G/1 queue with vacations of the server, priority queues). Design, modeling and performance evaluation of multiple access protocols and transmission scheduling schemes for packet radio networks and wireless integrated services networks.

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Computer Architecture

DIONISIOS PNEVMATIKATOS - undergraduate - (A-)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

This course covers advanced techniques for the effective execution of computations and programs. It focuses on the design of Instruction Set Architectures and the quantitative evaluation of design options using benchmarks. Then it covers advanced techniques for maximizing the overlapped execution of instructions, speculative and out-of-order execution, etc, while maintatining the illusion of in-order instruction execution as specified by the programmer/compiler. Then it covers advanced memory system design (main memory and caches), the effective HW support of virtual memory (virtual address translation, TLBs, etc), multicore- and multithreaded-processors, and IO systems.