Phase Zero #KSEF-17-SBIR-496, Technology Enhanced Adaptive Material for STEM Academic
Phase Double Zero #KSEF-16-SBIR-483, Inquiry Technologies LLC (2016).
Selected Peer Reviewed Journal Publications
Zhuhadar, L., Ciampa, M. 2017, “Semantically Enriched Decision Support System: An analytical approach
to discovering patterns in the Offshore Panama Papers Leaks,” Computers in Human Behavior Journal. (status: accepted on 8/24/2017)
Zhuhadar, L., Daday, J., Helbig, T., Kessler, B. “Using survival analysis to discovering pathways
to success in Mathematics,” Computers in Human Behavior Journal (status: accepted on 8/6/2017)
Zhuhadar, L., Thrasher, E., Marklin, S., and de Pablos, P. O. 2017. “The Next Wave of Innovation—Review
of Smart Cities Intelligent Operation Systems,”Computers in Human Behavior (66), pp. 273-281.
Zhuhadar, L., Carson, B., Daday, J., Thrasher, E., and Nasraoui, O. 2016a. “Computer-Assisted
Learning Based on Universal Design, Multimodal Presentation and Textual Linkage,”
Journal of the Knowledge Economy (7:2), pp. 373-387.
Zhuhadar, L., Coleman, P., and Marklin, S. 2016b. “Applicative Personalized Learning: How Gamification
Is Driving Learning,” International Journal of Knowledge Society Research (IJKSR) (7:4), pp. 24-37.
Zhuhadar, L., Marklin, S., Thrasher, E., and Lytras, M. D. 2016c. “Is There a Gender Difference
in Interacting with Intelligent Tutoring System? Can Bayesian Knowledge Tracing and
Learning Curve Analysis Models Answer This Question?,” Computers in Human Behavior (61), pp. 198-204.
Zhuhadar, L. 2015. “A Synergistic Strategy for Combining Thesaurus-Based and Corpus-Based Approaches
in Building Ontology for Multilingual SE,” Computers in Human Behavior (51), pp. 1107-1115.
Zhuhadar, L., Kruk, S. R., and Daday, J. 2015. “Semantically Enriched Massive Open Online Courses
(Moocs) Platform,” Computers in Human Behavior (51), pp. 578-593.
Lytras, M. D., Zhuhadar, L., Zhang, J. X., and Kurilovas, E. 2014. “Advances of Scientific Research on Technology
Enhanced Learning in Social Networks and Mobile Contexts: Towards High Effective Educational
Platforms for Next Generation Education,” J. UCS (20:10), pp. 1402-1406.
Selected Peer-reviewed Articles in Conference Proceedings