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Las siete maravillas del mundo. Educación Infanti
(INDE, 2017) Pastor Vicedo, Juan Carlos
La justificación de este proyecto se enmarca de forma precisa dentro del tipo de proyectos de carácter histórico. La idea pasa por presentar al niño y niña de infantil, la posibilidad de conocer diversos elementos culturales por medio del juego, de tal manera, que este reto consiste en ofrecer una enseñanza global e integradora, donde el niño y el juego son los ejes vertebradores. Tanto el niño como el docente se verán inmersos en un viaje peculiar, en el que conjugarán el conocimiento cultural propio de la zona geográfica donde se encuentra la construcción trabajada, como es la India, el conocimiento de la propia construcción, así como el desarrollo motor propio del niño de esta edad, y todo ello respetando las normas establecidas para una enseñanza por proyectos.
Vine-shoot tannins: effect of post-pruning storage and toasting treatment
(ACS, 2018) Cebrián Tarancón, Cristina; Mena , Adela; García-romero , Esteban; Sánchez Gómez, Rosario; Gómez Alonso, Sergio; Hermosin Gutiérrez, Isidro; Salinas Fernández, María Rosario; Zalacain Aramburu, Amaya
For first time vine-shoot tannin composition was carried out by means of HPLC–DAD3ESI-MS/MS. Two vine-shoot cultivars (Airén and Cencibel) with different post-pruningstorage time and submitted to a toasting process, were assayed. There was no trace of gallotannins nor ellagitannins, but a high proanthocyanidins content and a mean degree of polymerization (mDP) close to 3 was characterized. The higher concentration of proanthocyanidins corresponded to Airén after 6 months post-pruning storage and at 3 months for Cencibel. Procyanidins were the most abundant fraction (70-95%), which decreased with storage, and especially significant was the contribution of B1, B2 and B4 dimers. Prodelphinidins were also found (8-24%), increasing their % with storage time. Toasting produced a considerable reduction on proanthocyanidins content and a loss of a monomer mDP unit, suggesting that if used as oenological tannins, then they may be more bitter and less astringent when compared with the non-toasted vine-shoot samples.
Digital Twins-Based Data Fabric Architecture to Enhance Data Management in Intelligent Healthcare Ecosystems
(Springer, 2022) Macías Ojeda, Aurora; Muñoz López, David; Navarro Martínez, Elena María; González López, Pascual
Different kind of smart healthcare ecosystems have been adopted in the last few years usually based on the continuous monitoring of people as well as other physical entities such as buildings or devices. The diverse nature and origins of the great amount of data that those novel smart healthcare ecosystems must process poses additional data management issues that restrict and difficult their design and construction. In order to improve data management in smart healthcare ecosystems, a data fabric architecture-like process for data lifecycle management has been obtained from the analysis of different architectural proposals intended for being used for different types of systems and contexts. This process integrates aspects of Digital Twins (DT) to tackle with the data contextualization problems that characterizes data fabric architectures. Based on the proposed approach, a prototype of a novel smart healthcare Internet of Things (IoT)-based ecosystem to prevent the spreading of the virus in a real Spanish nursing home has been developed. The evaluation of the prototype has been carried out following a specific novel IoT-based systems evaluation methodology combined with ISO software quality standards that determined that the system is reliable and efficient in performance.
Architecting Digital Twins Using a Domain-Driven Design-Based Approach
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2023) Macías Ojeda, Aurora; Navarro Martínez, Elena María; Cuesta Quintero, Carlos E.; Zdun, Uwe
The Digital Twin (DT) concept has overcome its initial definition based on a purely descriptive approach focusing on modelling physical objects, often using CAD. Today DT often describes a behavioural approach that can simulate an object’s dynamics, monitor its state, and control or predict its behaviour. Although DTs are attracting significant attention and offer many advantages in the design of especially cyber-physical systems, most proposals have focused on developing DTs for a specific use case or need without providing a more holistic approach to its design. We aim to propose a domain-agnostic approach for architecting DTs. Here, DTs are directly supported by Domain-Driven Design’s notion of Bounded Contexts (BCs), hiding all the domain-inherent specifications behind BC boundaries. These BCs are also the central abstraction in many microservice architectures and can be used to describe DTs. A Wind Turbine DT architecture is used as a running example to describe how every relevant DT property can be satisfied following our proposal for architecting digital twins. A qualitative evaluation of this case by five external practitioners shows that our DDD-based proposal consistently outperforms the 5-dimension model used as the reference approach.