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The e-Lite Research Group develops intelligent technologies applied to distributed applications. The spirit of the research is integration of complex systems, based on interaction between a human user and the technology, in which the complexity gap is managed by intelligent software components.

The main current research areas are:

Previous research areas, where we list the main attained results, are:

  • Intelligent Web Applications, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0: search engines, classification systems, user interfaces based on intelligent algorithms and semantic elaboration techniques for new generations of web applications
  • Accessibility and Technical Aids: open platform for developing computer aids for disabled persons (communication, web browsing, ...), eye-tracking and head-tracking technology for hands-free usage of the computer. In particular, we explored the adoption of Eye Tracking technologies for disabled users, in the COGAIN Network of Excellence project (now the COGAIN Association).


Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 August 2012 16:48