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    • Modeling and simulation in inquiry learning 

      Bravo Santos, Crescencio; van Joolingen, Wouter R.; de Jong, Ton (2006)
      Inquiry Learning is a didactic approach in which students acquire knowledge and skills through processes of theory building and experimentation. Computer Modeling and Simulation can play a prominent role within this approach. ...
    • A framework for process-solution analysis in collaborative learning environments 

      Bravo Santos, Crescencio; Redondo Duque, Miguel Angel; Verdejo Maillo, María Felisa; Ortega Cantero, Manuel (2008)
      One of the most challenging aspects of computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) research is automation of collaboration and interaction analysis in order to understand and improve the learning processes. It is ...
    • Using Co-Lab to build System Dynamics models 

      Bravo Santos, Crescencio; van Joolingen, Wouter R.; de Jong, Ton (2009)
      Modeling offers a promising form of constructivist learning for students. By making and executing models of dynamic systems in a computer environment, students are stimulated to learn about the specific domain that is ...

      VALLEJO FERNANDEZ, D.; Albusac Jiménez, Javier Alonso; Castro Sánchez, José Jesús; GONZALEZ MORCILLO, C.; JIMENEZ LINARES, L. (Elsevier, 2011)
    • OCULUS Surveillance System: Fuzzy On-Line Speed Analysis from 2D Images 

      Albusac Jiménez, Javier Alonso; VALLEJO FERNANDEZ, D.; Castro Sánchez, José Jesús; JIMENEZ LINARES, L. (2011)
    • Awareness marks: adaptive services through user interactions with augmented objects 

      Fontecha Diezma, Jesús; Hervás Lucas, Ramón; Bravo Rodríguez, José (2011)
      The ambient intelligence paradigm involves one important challenge: to be adaptive to users and context through simple and natural interactions. To meet this goal, it is important to associate data with relevant everyday ...
    • Using a communication model to collect measurement data through mobile devices 

      Bravo Rodriguez, Jose; Hervás Lucas, Ramón; Urzaiz, Gabriel; Villarreal, Vladimir (2012)
      Wireless systems and services have undergone remarkable development since the first mobile phone system was introduced in the early 1980s. The use of sensors in an Ambient Intelligence approach is a great solution in a ...
    • A groupware system to support collaborative programming: design and experiences 

      Bravo Santos, Crescencio; Duque, Rafael; Gallardo Casero, Jesús (Elsevier, 2013)
      The advances in network and collaboration technologies enable the creation of powerful environments for Collaborative Programming. One such environment is COLLECE, a groupware system to support collaborative edition, ...
    • A model-driven and task-oriented method for the development of collaborative systems 

      Gallardo, Jesús; Bravo Santos, Crescencio; Redondo Duque, Miguel Ángel (2013)
      Groupware systems are usually difficult to design when following traditional methodologies and approaches for single user systems. In this regard, model-driven approaches have been gaining attention in recent years. In ...
    • Intelligent Surveillance for Understanding Events in Urban Traffic Environments 

      Vallejo Fernádez, David; Villanueva Molina, Félix Jesús; Albusac Jiménez, Javier Alonso; González Morcillo, Carlos; Castro Sánchez, José Jesús (2014)
      The main goal of intelligent surveillance consists in providing security systems with the skills required for correctly detecting and analyzing events in monitored environments. Since these environments are complex and ...
    • Analyzing collaboration and interaction in learning environments to form learner groups 

      Duque, Rafael; Gómez-Pérez, Domingo; Nieto-Reyes, Alicia; Bravo Santos, Crescencio (2014)
      An important number of academic tasks should be solved collaboratively by groups of learners. The Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) systems support this collaboration by means of shared workspaces and tools ...
    • Generalized proportional integral control for an unmanned quadrotor system 

      Fernández Caballero, Antonio; Belmonte Moreno, Lidia María; Morales Herrera, Rafael; Somolinos, José A. (InTech, 2015)
      In this article, a generalized proportional integral (GPI) control approach is presented for regulation and trajectory tracking problems in a nonlinear, multivariable quadrotor system model. In the feedback control law, ...
    • A grand challenge for vision systems 

      Fernández Caballero, Antonio (University of Beira Interior, Portugal, 2015-06)
    • A review on the role of color and light in affective computing 

      Sokolova, Marina; Fernández Caballero, Antonio (MDPI AG, 2015-08)
      Light and color are ubiquitous environmental factors which have an influence on the human being. Hence, light and color issues have to be considered especially significant in human-computer interaction (HCI) and fundamental ...
    • A framework for the descriptive specification of awareness support in multimodal user interfaces for collaborative activities 

      Bravo Santos, Crescencio; Molina Díaz, Ana Isabel; Gallardo Casero, Jesús (2017-11-01)
      Advances related to the popularization of the Ambient Intelligence approach imply that new styles of computer–human interaction are being adopted, and, at the same time, the need of supporting activities of collaborative ...
    • Preface to the April 2018 Issue including selected works from CIbSE 2017 and LACLO 2016 

      Cancela, Héctor; Brito, Isabel; Cernuzzi, Luca; Marcela Genero; García Molina, Jesús; Cechinel, Cristian; Chacón Rivas, Mario (Clei Electronic Journal, 2018-04)
      This issue of the CLEIej consists of three main parts: i) a review paper on the state of the art of how contextual information extracted from a user task can help to improve searches for contents relevant to this task; ...
    • The Electroencephalogram as a Biomarker Based on Signal Processing Using Nonlinear Techniques to Detect Dementia 

      Sánchez Crespo, Luis Enrique; Guerra, Luis A.; Lanzarini, Laura (Springer, Cham, 2018-04-06)
      Dementia being a syndrome caused by a brain disease of a chronic or progressive nature, in which the irreversible loss of intellectual abilities, learning, expressions arises; including memory, thinking, orientation, ...
    • A Social Network to Increase Collaboration and Coordination in Distributed Teams 

      Vizcaíno, Aurora; Garrido, Pedro; Palacio, Ramón R.; Morán, Alberto; Piattini, Mario (Centro de Investigación en Computación, 2018-06)
      Trust is one of the key factors involved in determining the success or failure of any project. However, achieving and maintaining trust in distributed projects when team members are geographically, temporally and ...
    • Mainframe Migration based on Screen Scraping 

      Pérez Castillo, Ricardo; Flores Ruiz, Sergio; Domann, Christoph; Puica, Simona (IEEE, 2018-11-12)
      Companies possess a history and large array of legacy information systems that consume a great part of their IT budget in operations and maintenance. These systems are mission-critical, and they cannot be fully discarded ...
    • Saving Energy in Text Search Using Compression 

      Calero, Coral; Mancebo Pavón, Javier; García, Félix; Brisaboa, Nieves R.; Fariña, Antonio; Pedreira, Óscar (Green Editors, 2019)
      The widespread use of text databases and their exponential growth has boosted the interest in developing text compression techniques. These techniques aim at representing text collections using less space, but also at ...