doc. dr. sc. Marin Šilić

Assistant professor, Department of Electronics, Microelectronics, Computer and Intelligent Systems

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1. Šilić, Marin; Delač, Goran; Srbljić, Siniša.
Prediction of Atomic Web Services Reliability for QoS-aware Recommendation. // IEEE Transaction on Services Computing8 (2015) , 3; 425-438 (članak, znanstveni).

2. Delač, Goran; Šilić, Marin; Srbljić, Siniša.
A Reliability Improvement Method for SOA-Based Applications. // Ieee transactions on dependable and secure computing12 (2014) , 2; 136-149 (članak, znanstveni).

3. Šilić, Marin; Delač, Goran; Krka, Ivo; Srbljić, Siniša.
Scalable and Accurate Prediction of Availability of Atomic Web Services. // IEEE Transactions on Services Computing7 (2014) , 2; 252-264 (članak, znanstveni).

4. Šilić, Marin; Delač, Goran; Srbljić Siniša.
Prediction of atomic web services reliability based on k-means clustering // Proceedings of the 2013 9th Joint Meeting on Foundations of Software Engineering, ESEC/FSE'13 / Meyer, Bertrand ; Baresi, Luciano ; Mezini, Mira (ur.).
New York, NY, USA : ACM, 2013. 70-80 (predavanje,međunarodna recenzija,objavljeni rad,znanstveni).

5. Vladimir, Klemo; Šilić, Marin; Romić, Nenad; Delač, Goran; Srbljić, Siniša.
A preliminary study on similarity-preserving digital book identifiers // Proceedings of the 9th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities.
2015. (predavanje,međunarodna recenzija,objavljeni rad,znanstveni).

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University graduate

Postgraduate doctoral study programme


  • Computational and artificial intelligence
    Learning (artificial intelligence) Machine learning Prediction methods
  • Computers and information processing
    Big Data applications

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