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Signing blockchain transactions using qualified certificates
Muhamed Turkanović, Blaž Podgorelec, original scientific article

Abstract: Blockchain technology is increasingly being considered among both private enterprises and public services. However, it poses a challenge with regard to aligning its identity management scheme with the Public Key Infrastructure and the Qualified Digital Certificates issued by Qualified Trust Service Providers. To solve this challenge, we will present a solution in the form of an architecture reference model, which enables enterprises and public services to leverage blockchain technology by integrating Qualified Electronic Signatures with blockchain transactions. The evaluation of the architecture reference model is provided through the design of a Blockchain-based Trusted Public Service and a use-case scenario example. The proposed architecture reference model is based on the CEF building blocks EBSI, eSignature, and eID compliant with eIDAS
Keywords: blockchain, computer architecture, distributed ladger, fabrics, elliptic curve cryptography, internet, law
Published in DKUM: 08.12.2022; Views: 122; Downloads: 25
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Construction of deep neutral networks using swarm intelligence to detect anomalies : master's thesis
Sašo Pavlič, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: The design of neural network architecture is becoming more difficult as the complexity of the problems we tackle using machine learning increases. Many variables influence the performance of a neural model, and those variables are often limited by the researcher's prior knowledge and experience. In our master's thesis, we will focus on becoming familiar with evolutionary neural network design, anomaly detection techniques, and a deeper knowledge of autoencoders and their potential for application in unsupervised learning. Our practical objective will be to build a neural architecture search based on swarm intelligence, and construct an autoencoder architecture for anomaly detection in the MNIST dataset.
Keywords: neural architecture search, machine learning, swarm intelligence
Published in DKUM: 18.10.2021; Views: 614; Downloads: 85
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Cultural complex by the river Morača, Podgorica, Montenegro : master thesis
Filip Radojević, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: The masters’ thesis aims to examine the practice of appropriation of inherent qualities of certain sites in the city and the necessity of their preservation against dramatically developing trend of private real-estate and consumer-capitalism driven land-claim. The latter, in combination with inadequate response from government institutions can contribute to a total loss of areas of public interest in the city. The location of the former ”Kasarna Morača” military barracks in Podgorica makes for a valuable target for the greedy investors, but also to the public, which could benefit from a large mass of greenery in the very centre of the capital next to the Morača river. For this reason, questions have been raised sparking public debates on how this location, currently an asset of the state, ought to be managed. This project aims to develop an urban regeneration solution for the brownfield area by means of two interconnected segments. The first one is the recreation area along the Morača riverbank which incorporates a large part of the existing greenery and extends to the Mausoleum of the Partisan fighter on the Gorica hill. The second is situated at the Eastern edge of the site. With the adaptive reuse of the existing barrack structures and a new adaptable and flexible structural system, it proposes a set of public and cultural programs along the”Vaka Đurovića” boulevard. Both the green belt and the cultural complex are connected via pedestrian and cycling paths which also lead to a proposed pedestrian bridge connecting the public institutions, neighbourhoods and recreational areas along Morača riverbanks.
Keywords: culture, recreation, complex, urban connector, ”weak” architecture, Morača, bridge
Published in DKUM: 01.10.2021; Views: 449; Downloads: 127
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Revitalization of the Walter Perić Power Plant in Sarajevo : master thesis
Merima Tica, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: The master thesis focuses on the analysis and research of Sarajevo’s central area of Marijin Dvor, and specifically the revitalization of the electrical power plant Walter Perić. The focus is on understanding the proper ways in which degraded zone and dilapidated buildings ought to be revitalized, but also the benefits of revitalizing city cores. It is a multifaceted discourse, thus, the research focuses on industrial heritage and brownfield development in the context of Sarajevo’s City Planning Strategy, as well as, the concept of ruins. The analyses culminate in project offering a new urbanism proposal for the degraded zones in Marijin Dvor, with a focus on the adaptive reuse of the former electrical power plant complex with a new cultural program.
Keywords: industrial heritage architecture, adaptive reuse, ruins, Marijin Dvor, Sarajevo
Published in DKUM: 28.09.2021; Views: 415; Downloads: 80
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EOSC interoperability framework : Report from the EOSC Executive Board Working Groups FAIR and Architecture
Oscar Corcho, Magnus Eriksson, Krzysztof Kurowski, Milan Ojsteršek, Christine Choirat, Mark van de Sanden, Frederik Coppens, 2021, scientific monograph

Abstract: This document has been developed by the Interoperability Task Force of the EOSC Executive Board FAIR Working Group, with participation from the Architecture WG. Achieving interoperability within EOSC is essential in order for the federation of services that will compose EOSC to provide added value for service users. In the context of the FAIR principles, interoperability is discussed in relation to the fact that “research data usually need to be integrated with other data; in addition, the data need to interoperate with applications or workflows for analysis, storage, and processing”. Our view on interoperability does not only consider data but also the many other research artefacts that may be used in the context of research activity, such as software code, scientific workflows, laboratory protocols, open hardware designs, etc. It also considers the need to make services and e-infrastructures as interoperable as possible. This document identifies the general principles that should drive the creation of the EOSC Interoperability Framework (EOSC IF), and organises them into the four layers that are commonly considered in other interoperability frameworks (e.g., the European Interoperability Framework - EIF): technical, semantic, organisational and legal interoperability. For each of these layers, a catalogue of problems and needs, as well as challenges and high-level recommendations have been proposed, which should be considered in the further development and implementation of the EOSC IF components. Such requirements and recommendations have been developed after an extensive review of related literature as well as by running interviews with stakeholders from ERICs (European Research Infrastructure Consortia), ESFRI (European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures) projects, service providers and research communities. Some examples of such requirements are: “every semantic artefact that is being maintained in EOSC must have sufficient associated documentation, with clear examples of usage and conceptual diagrams”, or “Coarse-grained and fine-grained dataset (and other research object) search tools need to be made available”, etc. The document finally contains a proposal for the management of FAIR Digital Objects in the context of EOSC and a reference architecture for the EOSC Interoperability Framework that is inspired by and extends the European Interoperability Reference Architecture (EIRA), identifying the main building blocks required.
Keywords: technical interoperability, semantic interoperability, organizational interoperability, legal interoperability, EOSC, metadata crosswalk, reference architecture
Published in DKUM: 21.09.2021; Views: 518; Downloads: 30
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Arhitektura kot/za kulturo: muzej industrijske dediščine Maribora in kulturno-kreativni center Tezno : magistrsko delo
Maša Čelebić, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: The concept of the Maribor Industrial Heritage Trail, as a form of revitalization of the Maribor industrial zones and the development of the city's cultural content, is being proposed in this master's thesis in the narrow belt of the Tezno industrial zone. The project is based on detailed analyzes of the wider and narrower location, on the basis of which a concept proposal is given for the urban development of the Tezno zone and Perhavčeva cesta, as part of the Maribor Industrial Heritage Trail. The conceptual design of the Cultural and Creative Center Tezno and the entrance building of the Museum of Industrial Heritage of Maribor, which is proposed in the underground tunnels on Tezno, enriches the cultural, memorial and ecological content of this part of the trail. Through a theoretical overview and conceptual solutions, the relationship between the meaning of architecture as culture and architecture for culture is shown on the example of a master's project.
Keywords: architecture, culture, museum, industrial heritage, Tezno, Maribor
Published in DKUM: 18.06.2021; Views: 909; Downloads: 177
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Godinje settlement - adaptive reuse and revitalization
Jovana Dragović, 2019, master's thesis

Abstract: The Master’s thesis deals with the valorization and restoration of Godinje, the first village in Montenegro with the status of immovable cultural property. The project encompasses an analysis of the present state of the cultural heritage, research of traditional architectural elements of the crmnica house, as well as the role of man in space. An important factor in the development and preservation of architecture is the awareness of space and the factors that define it. With the aim of encouraging the proper maintenance of cultural heritage, while giving purpose to certain objects, the village planning has been resolved. By emphasizing the spatial principles and traditional techniques of construction, and thus the education thereof, the value is emphasized and further development of Godinje is made possible.
Keywords: Godinje, crmnica house, spatial principles, nature and man, culture, language of architecture, cultural heritage, valorization
Published in DKUM: 30.01.2019; Views: 1052; Downloads: 133
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Models of social housing in post-war Syria
Stasha Jovanovikj, 2018, master's thesis

Abstract: abstract Civil war in Syria could be acknowledged as one of the greatest catastrophes of the 21st century, as it had a massive impact, even on a global scale. An abundant number of victims, large cities turned into ruins, 11 million people left without a home, and 5.6 million people who fled the country are just one piece of the Syria problem puzzle. The main issue that we are inquiring into is the housing problem of the people of Syria, especially those with lower social standing, without a home or a safe haven. Culture, tradition, and climate are crucial factors in designing models for residential architecture. These housing models have to be flexible and, with an optimal scale, offer an exceptional value for adjusting according to individual needs. In this thesis we propose a modular system for family houses and residential apartment buildings. In order to meet different needs and to respond to different site conditions in chosen locations, we present different housing models in various shapes, sizes, and functions. These can be implemented in any neighborhood design, which is presented through an example of building and rebuilding in the old city center.
Keywords: post-war architecture, modular architecture, urban design, urban regeneration, Syria
Published in DKUM: 25.10.2018; Views: 990; Downloads: 284
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Embassy of India in Podgorica, Republic of Montenegro
Dragana Pantović, 2018, master's thesis

Abstract: In order to support international cooperation and multicultural relations, and at the same time to establish a presence of India in Montenegro, this Master Theses aims to explore the architecture of first Indian embassy in Montenegro's capital Podgorica. Located on Morača riverfront, the new building must follow the guidelines of surrounding architecture, existing landscape and planning principles of Indian architecture, creating a unique and new identity. The new design intends to incorporate Vastu Shastra principles, aiming transparency, fluid space, and modern design while making sure it meets safety and security standards. A simple form would combine embassy, consulate, and residence under one roof, wrapped in white envelope additionally providing light, shade, and privacy. Located on the riverfront, the building should not disturb the land or go in height, but it should follow the slope and recognise surrounding landmarks such as hill Ljubović, park Petrović, sports centre Morača, and old town across the river.
Keywords: Architecture, embassy, India, Montenegro, Podgorica, diplomacy, landmark, riverfront, Vastu Shastra
Published in DKUM: 28.09.2018; Views: 864; Downloads: 227
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The wine village Šipčanik, tourist complex in Podgorica
Nina Ćulafić, 2018, master's thesis

Abstract: This master thesis proposes a design project of the second phase of the wine tourism initiative, that consists of designing the wine village between the vineyards and the vine cellar Šipčanik. The introduction of the theses is based on researching the characteristics of vernacular architecture in Montenegro which will serve as an inspiration for creating a contemporary architecture influenced by tradition. The complex consists of two elements: a hotel with spa and luxury villas. The main challenges of this project were to create a harmony between traditional architectural elements and contemporary trends in architecture, while creating a respecting architecture which complements the unique natural conditions found on the site without degrading it.
Keywords: architecture, hotel, spa, villas, wine, tourism, tradition, Šipčanik
Published in DKUM: 27.09.2018; Views: 979; Downloads: 325
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