Time filter

Source Type

Tetovo, Macedonia

South East European University , is a university located in Tetovo, Republic of Macedonia, with a branch campus in Skopje. It is the first private-public not for profit university in Macedonia. It was founded in October 2001 and is a member of the Balkan Universities Network and an associate member of the European University Association. SEEU is a recognized and accredited autonomous higher education institution which was established by an agreement between international donors, the government of the Republic of Macedonia and the local academic community. Its principal original aim was to offer for the first time in Macedonia the opportunity for speakers of the Albanian language to participate in accredited higher education in the Albanian language, while being open to all. The President of the Republic of Macedonia, Gjorge Ivanov awarded “The Order of Merit for Macedonia”to the South East European Universityon Friday 18 November 2011, in a solemn ceremony. On this occasion President Ivanov said that SEEU became a strong promoter of tolerance, respect for multilingual and cultural diversity in teaching and research, developing curricula with an international perspective, and that it contributes significantly to the progress of scientific thought and interethnic understanding. SEEU today concentrates on offering high quality higher education and research opportunities in three languages with increasing concentration on subjects taught in English at both first and second cycle. Moreover, in the first national ranking of universities in the Republic of Macedonia, in February 2012, SEEU was ranked second out of nineteen higher education institutions according to a ranking system conducted by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University in collaboration with the country’s Ministry of Education and Science. This ranking supports SEEU’s objective of pursuing excellence and equality in higher education. SEEU is the largest private-public not for profit university, with the highest number of students in Macedonia. It has many established links with universities in Europe, the United States and elsewhere. Wikipedia.

Kadriu A.,South East European University
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI | Year: 2013

This paper presents a research done about a model of tagging for Albanian texts, using the NLTK toolkit. The model uses cascading of three taggers with backoff. We use a dictionary of around 32000 words, together their correspondent POS tags and a set of regular expressions rules too. A lemmatize module is implemented in order to convert nouns and verbs to their lemma. The text is tagged initially with a unigram tagger based on the dictionary. This is used as a baseline tagger for a regular expressions tagger. A correction is made for not correct lemmatized words, creating a third lookup tagger. This tagger will be used with the first and second tagger as backoff. © 2013 SRCE University Computing Centre, University of Zagreb. Source

Kadriu A.,South East European University
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI | Year: 2013

The research presented in this paper is about detecting collaborative networks inside the structure of a research social network. As case study we consider ResearchGate and SEE University academic staff. First we describe the methodology used to crawl and create an academic-academic network depending from their fields of interest. We then calculate and discuss four social network analysis centrality measures (closeness, betweenness, degree, and PageRank) for entities in this network. In addition to these metrics, we have also investigated grouping of individuals, based on automatic clustering depending from their reciprocal relationships. © 2013 SRCE University Computing Centre, University of Zagreb. Source

Ajdari J.,South East European University
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI | Year: 2010

Wavelet transformation, especially discrete wavelet transformation (DWT) is an important problem for many applications. This paper describes a parallel implementation of Daubechies wavelet transformation, with four filter coefficients. Both the theoretical and experimental analysis of parallel implementation in a cluster environment are also described. Implementation is based on linear array architecture and for experimental results a simple cluster computer is used. The programming language used is C++ with LAM MPI paradigm. The results show the impact of computation and communication on the parallel implementation. A comparison of parallel and sequential implementations of the algorithm is presented. Source

Veloudis S.,South East European University | Nissanke N.,London South Bank University
Computer Journal | Year: 2016

Separation of duty (SoD) is a fundamental principle of computer security that has not been addressed sufficiently in multi-level security (MLS) mandatory access control (MAC) models, as realized through the adoption of the Bell-LaPadula (BLP) model. This is due to the lack of means at present to express SoD constraints in MAC. The primary objective of this paper is to overcome this but within a framework that allows for rigour and linguistic features to express SoD constraints, while retaining the core security properties of BLP, namely the Simple Security Property and ∗ -Property. To this end, we propose a formal framework which bridges the BLP model with the more general hierarchical role-based access control (RBAC) model. Our framework is based on a hierarchy of permissions that is founded on a novel concept of permission capacity, determined on the basis of the security levels that characterize objects in MLS models. Such a hierarchy naturally provides a solid basis for defining role seniority and deriving a hierarchical ordering on roles within MLS models. SoD constraints are expressed by means of conflicting permissions that give rise to mutually exclusive roles. © 2015 The British Computer Society. All rights reserved. Source

Srbinovski M.,South East European University
Applied Environmental Education and Communication | Year: 2013

The purpose of this article is to describe and discuss an analysis of the extent to which environmental issues are addressed in the textbooks in the schools of the Republic of Macedonia. Research has analyzed a range of textbooks (279) published in the past 15 years. Our fundamental conclusion is that the inclusion of environmental issues in the textbooks of the schools in the Republic of Macedonia is "left to chance" and lacking in appropriate planning for consistency and theoretical grounding. Application of these results should enable significant improvements to be made in the delivery of environmental education in the Republic of Macedonia. © 2013 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Source

Discover hidden collaborations