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  • Gascueña Noheda, José Manuel; Fernández Caballero, Antonio; Navarro Martínez, Elena María; Serrano Cuerda, J.; Cano González, F.A. (2011)
    This paper introduces the use of the VigilAgent agent methodology to develop monitoring systems. This work is based on the suitability of the specific characteristics of agency for developing monitoring systems. It is usual ...
  • Gascueña Noheda, José Manuel; Navarro Martínez, Elena María; Fernández Caballero, Antonio; Castillo Montoya, José Carlos (2014)
    Multisensory monitoring and activity interpretation systems are being increasingly used as a suitable means to detect situations and make decisions in an intelligent manner. However, there is a lack of formalised processes ...
  • Martínez Tomás, Rafael; Fernández Caballero, Antonio; Navarro Martínez, Elena María (2014)
    Nowadays, our environment is evolving more than ever in terms of connectivity and access to information, among others. People connected through social networks, such as Twitter or Facebook, upload photos, publish news about ...
  • Gascueña Noheda, José Manuel; Fernández Caballero, Antonio; Navarro Martínez, Elena María (2012)
    Model-driven engineering (MDE), implicitly based upon meta-model principles, is gaining more and more attention in software systems due to its inherent benefits. Its use normally improves the quality of the developed systems ...
  • Martínez Tomás, Rafael; Navarro Martínez, Elena María; Fernández Caballero, Antonio; Gascueña Noheda, José Manuel (2014)
    VigilAgent is a methodology for the development of agent-oriented monitoring applications that uses agents as the key abstraction elements of the involved models. It has not been developed from scratch, but it reuses ...
  • Gascueña Noheda, José Manuel; Navarro Martínez, Elena María; Fernández Caballero, Antonio (2011)
    Usually, surveillance applications are developed following an ad-hoc approach instead of using a methodology to guide stakeholders in achieving quality standards expected from commercial software. To solve this gap, our ...

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