• A bottom-up robot architecture based on learnt behaviors driven design 

      Herrero-Reder, Ignacio; Urdiales García, Cristina; Peula Palacios, Jose Manuel; Sandoval Hernández, Francisco (2015-06-17)
      In reactive layers of robotic architectures, behaviors should learn their operation from experience, following the trends of modern intelligence theories. A Case Based Reasoning (CBR) reactive layer could allow to achieve ...
    • A Brain–Computer Interface Speller with a Reduced Matrix: A Case Study in a Patient with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 

      Ron-Angevin, Ricardo; Varona-Moya, Sergio; Da Silva-Sauer, Leandro; Carrión-Robles, Trinidad (2014-06-03)
      Visual P300-based Brain–Computer Interface (BCI) paradigms for spelling are aimed at offering a non-muscular communication channel for those people with severe motor impairment, such as locked-in patients. To be as effective ...
    • A Systems Engineering Approach to Curriculum Design. An Engineering Case Study 

      García-Berdonés, Carmen; Trujillo-Aguilera, Davinia; Tójar-Hurtado, Juan Carlos (Kazan National Research Technological University, 2013)
      This paper deals with the main problems when designing the engineering curriculum taking into account generic competences, and how a Systems Engineering approach can help in overcoming them. Here, the curriculum is considered ...
    • Actividad extracurricular en el ámbito de la Ingeniería para la competencia genérica de comunicación escrita 

      Gonzalez-Parada, Eva; Cano-Garcia, Jose Manuel; Casilari-Pérez, Eduardo; Peña-Martin, Juan Pedro; Perez-Rodriguez, Eduardo Javier; [et al.] (2016-10-13)
      El objetivo de este trabajo es describir una actividad formativa extracurricular para la competencia de comunicación escrita, que puede ser fácilmente reproducida en otros centros y universidades. Para ello, en este trabajo ...
    • Alcance del proyecto. La importancia de su definición. 

      Fernández Sánchez, José Luis (2016-11-29)
      El alcance junto con el tiempo y el coste son tres de los aspectos clave en el éxito de un proyecto, siendo la definición del alcance lo primero que se debería determinar antes de la planificación temporal y el presupuesto. ...
    • An Adaptive Algorithm to Optimize the Dynamics of IEEE 802.15.4 Networks 

      Hurtado López, Javier; Casilari-Pérez, Eduardo (ICST, 2013-09-22)
      IEEE 802.15.4 standard is becoming one of the most popular technologies for the deployment of low rate Wireless Personal Area Networks with strong power constraints. In order to reduce the energy consumption, beacon-enabled ...
    • An evaluation of two distributed deployment algorithms for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks 

      Aguilera, Francisco; Urdiales, Cristina; Sandoval, Francisco (2015-12-14)
      Deployment is important in large wireless sensor networks (WSN), specially because nodes may fall due to failure or battery issues. Mobile WSN cope with deployment and reconfiguration at the same time: nodes may move ...
    • Análisis y Optimización de Agentes Conversacionales 3D para Sistemas Empotrados 

      Santos Pérez, Marcos (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones y Divulgación Científica, 2014)
      En la actualidad el mundo de los sistemas empotrados, y en concreto el de los dispositivos móviles está siendo objeto de una revolución tecnológica sin precedentes. Cada pocos meses hace su aparición en el mercado un nuevo ...
    • Analysis of a hybrid Android system for fall detection 

      Casilari-Pérez, Eduardo; Oviedo-Jiménez, Miguel Ángel (2016-05-06)
      Android personal devices have become an interesting and cost-effective technology to deploy wearable Fall Detection Systems. In contrast with other smartphone-based solutions, this paper describes a fall detection architecture ...
    • Aprendizaje cooperativo en el ámbito de la Ingeniería: una experiencia de iniciación al Trabajo en Grupo 

      Herrero-Reder, Ignacio; García-Berdonés, Carmen; Gonzalez-Parada, Eva; Molina-Tanco, Luis; Perez-Rodriguez, Eduardo Javier; [et al.] (2013-11)
      La enseñanza universitaria en el ámbito de la Ingeniería ha estado tradicionalmente orientada al trabajo individual del alumno, lo cual dificulta la adquisición de una de las aptitudes más valoradas en el mercado laboral, ...
    • Arquitectura de Comportamientos Reactivos para Agentes Robóticos basada en CBR 

      Herrero-Reder, Ignacio (Servicio de Publicaciones y Divulgación Científica, 2015)
      En los últimos tiempos se ha demostrado la importancia del aprendizaje en la Inteligencia humana, tanto en su vertiente de aprendizaje por observación como a través de la experiencia, como medio de identificar situaciones ...
    • Autonomía adaptable por predicción individualizada en CARMEN 

      Fernández Carmona, Manuel (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2014)
      El objetivo de esta tesis es presentar una arquitectura de control híbrida para sillas de rueda asistivas, completamente centrada en el usuario. La principal novedad de este trabajo es que realiza una adaptación para el ...
    • BCI-Based Navigation in Virtual and Real Environments 

      Velasco-Alvarez, Francisco; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo; López-Gordo, Miguel Ángel (Springer, 2013-06)
      A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is a system that enables people to control an external device with their brain activity, without the need of any muscular activity. Researchers in the BCI field aim to develop applications ...
    • BCI-Controlled Wheelchair; Audio-Cue Motor Imagery-Based Paradigm 

      Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Varona-Moya, Sergio; Blanca-Mena, Maria Jose; Sancha-Ros, Salvador; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (2014-10-22)
      In this study we present a control paradigm that enables subjects to drive a real wheelchair using four navigation commands. The control is achieved through the discrimination of two mental tasks (relaxed state versus one ...
    • Brain-Computer Interface: comparison of two control modes to drive a virtual robot 

      Ron Angevin, Ricardo; Debeyre, Aurélie; Marquet, Yvan; Lespinet-Najib, Véronique; André, Jean Marc (2015-10-02)
      A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is a system that enables communication and control that is not based on muscular movements, but on brain activity. Some of these systems are based on discrimination of different mental ...
    • Brain-Controlled Wheelchair Through Discrimination of Two Mental Tasks 

      Ron-Angevin, Ricardo; Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco
      Recently, Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research has been targeted at the rehabilitation of motor-disabled individuals because it helps to establish a communication and control channel for them. This new channel could ...
    • Capacity Limits of Spectrum-Sharing in Hoyt (Nakagami-q) Fading Channels 

      Romero Jerez, Juan Manuel; López Martínez, F. Javier (2016-10-06)
      A channel capacity analysis is presented in this work for a spectrum-sharing cognitive radio link in which the fading experienced by the signal is modeled with the Hoyt (Nakagami-q) distribution. Based on a novel formulation ...
    • CLARK - Smart Clinic Assistant Robot for CGA 

      Bandera-Rubio, Juan Pedro (2016-07-28)
      En esta presentación se exponen la arquitectura general y el estado actual de desarrollo del sistema CLARK. Dicho sistema tiene como objetivo el despliegue de un asistente robótico para ayudar a un médico en la realización ...
    • Cognitive architecture for an Attention-based and Bidirectional Loop-closing Domain (CABILDO) 

      Palomino López, Antonio Jesús (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones y Divulgación Científica, 2014)
      This Ph. D. Thesis presents a novel attention-based cognitive architecture for social robots. The architecture aims to join perception and reasoning considering a double and simultaneous imbrication: the ongoing task biases ...
    • Combined Machine Learning Techniques for Decision Making Support in Medicine 

      Stoean, Ruxandra (2016-05-16)
      Computational intelligent support for decision making is becoming increasingly popular and essential among medical professionals. Also, with the modern medical devices being capable to communicate with ICT, created models ...