PLATON, i.e. the Platform for Open Science (platon.pr.ac.rs) of the University in Pristina in Kosovska Mitrovica is a joint digital repository of the university and its faculties.

PLATON provides open access to the publications of SASA and its institutes, as well as to other outputs of the research projects implemented in these institutions.

The software platform meets the current requirements that apply to the dissemination of scholarly publications and it is compatible with relevant international infrastructures.

  • Object-oriented software metrics in software code vulnerability analysis 

    Kuk, Kristijan; Milić, Petar; Denić, Stefan (2020-09-12)
    Development of quality object-oriented software contains security as an integral aspect of that process. During that process, a ceaseless burden on the developers was posed in order to maximize the development and at the ...
  • Production of linked government datasets using enhanced LIRE architecture 

    Veljković, Nataša; Milić, Petar; Stoimenov, Leonid; Kuk, Kristijan (ComSIS, 2020)
    This paper describes the enhanced LIRE (LInked RElations) architecture for creating relations between datasets available on open government portals. The architecture is improved to be applicable on different open government ...
  • Framework for Open Data Mining in e-Government 

    Milić, Petar; Veljković, Nataša; Stoimenov, Leonid (ACM, 2012)
    Data mining in e-government is the process of translating data from government web site in useful knowledge that can provide various types of support in decision making. Data mining can be applied to any type of data, but ...
  • One approach for eliminating commutative pairs of elements in web applications 

    Milić, Petar; Veljković, Nataša (FACTA UNIVERSITATIS Series: Automatic Control and Robotics, 2017)
    Nowadays web applications contain graphical elements which are often connected in a way that reflects relationship between them. Connections have different structure depending on needs of application. A common type of ...
  • Comparative Analysis of Metadata Models e-Government Open Data Platforms 

    Milić, Petar; Veljković, Nataša; Stoimenov, Leonid (IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, 2018)
    E-government open data platforms use metadata to provide an adequate environment for the consumption of data released on these platforms. Metadata enable the machine processing of information in a structured manner. Given ...

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