Τμήμα Εφαρμοσμένης Πληροφορικής
Σχολή Επιστημών Πληροφορίας

Program of studies




acad.year 2015-2016

Applied Informatics - Technology Management: 1st year
[Semester 1] [Semester 2] 
AI - Applied Informatics
[Semester 3] [Semester 4] 
[Semester 5] [Semester 6] [Semester 7] [Semester 8] 
TM - Technology Management
[Semester 3] [Semester 4] 
[Semester 5] [Semester 6] [Semester 7] [Semester 8] 

Semester 5
Study Direction: AI - Applied Informatics   


COMPUTER NETWORKS (ΠΛ0503-2) up.gif
Fouliras Panagiotis     

Objective
First, there is an introduction into the use of networks and the concepts of several network layers. Covered next are topics of computer network analysis and design, including aspects such as network structures and architectures OSI and TCP/IP, network examples, topologies, the physical layer, data connection layer, protocol analysis, sliding window protocols, ALOHA and CSMA/CD protocols, network layer, routing algorithms, flow control, network congestion, transport layer. This course also features major Internet applications (DNS, E-mail, WWW, etc.). Internet protocols are studied in the laboratory, too, with the aid of appropriate software.



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Stavropoulos Antonios    Vazakidis Athanasios     

Objective
This course is aiming to:Enable students aware of the general accepted accounting principles (G.A.A.P.).Enable students aware of the content and the way by which Greek General Chart of Accounts is operating (classes of accounts 1-8).Enable students capable of posting entries in accounting books by using computers' software.Enable students aware of posting entries in relation to the opening and closing of the accounting books.Enable students capable for the accounting treatment of individuals and business entities using the Greek Centre of Informational and Economics Affairs, the VAT, and the Greek Social Insurance Organization.Enable students capable of reporting the basic financial statements such as the balance sheet and the income statement.ContentGreek general accepted accounting principles and accounting standardization. Description and analysis of the Greek general chart of accounts using the eight classes (1st -8th classes) of accounts classification. Understanding and using accounts such as: customers, vendors, creditors, accounts receivables, purchases and expenditures. Recognition of the existence of accounting errors in relation to the accounting doctrines and the results recorded in other accounts. Correct accounting errors, balancing their effects not only in the balance sheet but also in income statement, using counterbalancing and non counterbalancing approaches. Realization of concepts regarding tax subjects such as: direct and indirect taxes, tax bracket and gradual tax, value added tax (VAT) and its treatment in relation to the Greek legislation and general accepted accounting principles. Understanding and use of concepts related to insurance charges of employers and employees. Connection with Greek taxes net and accomplishment tax accounting tasks. Accounting of inventories. Reporting of accounting and financial transactions using the methodology related to the third class of book keeping (In relation to Greek Commercial and Tax Law). Generation of accounting reports, such as: general ledger, trial balance, balance sheet, profit and loss statement. Accounting exercises by the use of software. Accounting statements. Analytical presentation of accounting software by the use of computers and recording of representative movements of accounts with respect to the legal form of Greek companies. Case studies.
Content



ECONOMETRICS I (ΠΛ0504) up.gif
Dritsakis Nikolaos     

Objective
This course aims to provide an empirical content in economic theories using basic tools of Mathematics and Statistics. General aims are as follows: empirical verification and theory testing, exercise of economic policy and future values forecasting on economic variables.
Content
1. Simple Regression
1.1 Introduction
1.2  Regression functions
1.3 Ordinary Least Squares Method
1.4 Properties of Regression Line
1.5 Hypotheses of Regression Model
1.6  Sampling distributions of least squares estimators
1.7 Properties of OLS estimators
1.8  Regression coefficients
1.9  Regression Line
1.10  Forecasting
2. Multiple Regression
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Regression functions
2.3 Ordinary Least Squares Method
2.4 Properties of Regression
2.5 The basic hypotheses of multiple regression model
2.6 Sampling distributions of least square estimators
2.7 Properties of OLS estimators
2.8 Regression coefficients
2.9 Regression Line
2.10 Investigation of multiple regression model
2.11 Special Topics
2.12 Regression Line Sensitivity
2.13 Forecasting
3. Hypotheses Violation: The non sphericity of errors
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Generalized least squares method
3.3 Generalized method of maximum likelihood
3.4 Other possible generalized estimation methods
3.5 Heteroscedasticity
3.6 Autocorrelation
3.7 Normality
4. Hypotheses Violation: Problems of Sample
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Multicollinearity
4.3 Specification Errors



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Vlachopoulou Maro     

Objective
This course introduces students to the multiply elements of E-Marketing; Marketing Information Systems, e-Marketing, Internet / mobile marketing.Emphasis is on tools and techniques appropriate for the management of marketing information needed to support marketing decision making.To introduce students to a) the new ways ICT and Internet has changed the rules of marketing, (b) to current information systems and tools in the E-Marketing space, to teach students how (c) to design and facilitate a real world E-Marketing action /campaign, and (d) to measure its performance.ContentConceptual framework of Ε-marketing. Marketing Information Systems (MAIS), Internet marketing, online/digital marketing, mobile marketing, e- vs. traditional marketing, marketing applications.Current map of e- marketing, MAIS typology. Overview of marketing information systems, users and sources of marketing information. Database Marketing and Customers/Partners Relationship Management (CRM/ PRM), knowledge-based marketing, applications of Geographic Information Systems in marketing (GIS), electronic identification and data collection systems (bar codes, EPOS, smart cards, etc.).E-marketing plan, e-marketing mix and e-marketing strategy. The use of electronic technology /systems/ networks in marketing: as a channel for marketing research, as a medium for promotion and relationship building, as a distribution channel, and as a platform for connecting groups and offering network services. Online customers behavior, differentiation and positioning strategies. Social media marketing and networks. Website marketing management. E-marketing performance metrics and analysis.Case Studies.
Content



MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGIES AND COMMUNICATIONS (ΠΛ0520) up.gif
Manitsaris Athanassios     

Objective
After the completion of this course, the students will be capable to:    - analyze and study various multimedia technologies    - discuss and describe specialized topics of multimedia communications   as well as to point the use of those concepts on developing, assessing, and evaluating multimedia applications.Content    - multimedia technologies (digitization, compression & multimedia content-based analysis)    - multimedia communications (requirements, protocols, real-time multimedia services, QoS, streaming technologies, multimedia transmission & synchronization)    - multimedia systems - applications (interactive «retrieval systems: hypertext - hypermedia WWW'», interpersonal «video-conferencing systems» and distribution «VoD systems»)
Content



Ε-COMMERCE TECHNOLOGY (ΠΛ0521) up.gif
Georgiadis Christos     

Objective
The student is introduced to several concepts (infrastructures, activities, programming techniques) involved with the development of e-commerce (EC) applications. At the end of the course, he/she should be able to: (a) understand current technologies of Web-based applications; (b) identify and express the typical requirements of EC applications; (c) design and develop small-scale Web-based and EC applications.
Content
LECTURES:- e-Architectures, Web & e-commerce applications- mobile e-commerce, mobile devices & Web - e-Payments and e-commerce security - Usability and Accessibility, Personalization and Recommendation SystemsLAB:The Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE) – Developing Web-based applications & e-commerce sites (C#, ADO.ΝΕΤ, ASP.NET) - Introduction to visual programming, visual tools/mechanisms, object-oriented event-driven programming, development of Web-based applications.- Developing e-commerce sites. Case studies (design and implementation).