• A Resonant Ring Topology Approach to Power Line Communication Systems within Photovoltaic Plants 

      Morales-Aragonés, José Ignacio; Williams, Matthew St. Michael; Alonso Gómez, Víctor; Gallardo-Saavedra, Sara; Redondo-Plaza, Alberto; [et al.] (IOAP-MPDI, 2022-08-09)
      Within this study, single-cable propagation facilitated by PV strings’ wiring characteristics is considered for an adapted design of PLC electronics. We propose to close the communications signal path, resulting in a ring ...
    • A study of the influence of the sensor sampling frequency on the performance of wearable fall detectors 

      Santoyo-Ramón, José Antonio; Casilari-Pérez, Eduardo; Cano-Garcia, Jose Manuel (Elsevier, 2022-03)
      Last decade has witnessed a major research interest on wearable fall detection systems. Sampling rate in these detectors strongly affects the power consumption and required complexity of the employed wearables. This study ...
    • An analytical comparison of datasets of Real-World and simulated falls intended for the evaluation of wearable fall alerting systems 

      Casilari-Pérez, Eduardo (Elsevier, 2022-10)
      Automatic fall detection is one of the most promising applications of wearables in the field of mobile health. The characterization of the effectiveness of wearable fall detectors is hampered by the inherent difficulty of ...
    • Analysis of Correlated MRC with Transmit Antenna Selection under eta-mu Fading 

      Tellez-Labao, Concepcion; Pérez-Martín, Juan Pedro; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel (2017-04-19)
      A wireless link considering correlated Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC) and Transmit Antenna Selection (TAS)under the general eta-mu fading is analyzed. Exact and asymptotic expressions for the cumulative distributing function ...
    • Analysis of the degradation of amorphous silicon-based modules after 11 years of exposure by means of IEC60891:2021 procedure 3 

      Piliougine, Michel; Sánchez-Friera, Paula; Petrone, Giovanni; Sanchez-Pacheco, Francisco Jose; Spagnuolo, Giovanni; [et al.] (Wiley, 2022)
      The degradation of two amorphous silicon-based photovoltaic (PV) modules, namely, of single junction amorphous silicon (a-Si) and of micromorph tandem (a-Si/μ-Si), after 11 years of exposure in the south of Spain is analyzed. ...
    • 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, ...
    • Brain-computer interface (BCI)-generated speech to control domotic devices 

      Velasco-Alvarez, Francisco Javier; Fernández Rodríguez, Álvaro; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (Elsevier, 2022-10-14)
      A brain-computer interface (BCI) is a type of technology that establishes a communication channel between a user and certain devices in the environment via the brain signals of the user. The UMA-BCI Speller tool allows for ...
    • Effect of Stimulus Size in a Visual ERP-Based BCI under RSVP 

      Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro; Darves-Bornoz, Aube; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (MPDI, 2022)
      Rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) is currently one of the most suitable paradigms for use with a visual brain–computer interface based on event-related potentials (ERP-BCI) by patients with a lack of ocular motility. ...
    • Generalized MGF of Beckmann Fading with Applications to Wireless Communications Performance Analysis 

      Peña-Martin, Juan Pedro; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier (IEEE Transaction on Communications, 2017)
      The Beckmann distribution is a general multipath fading model for the received radio signal in the presence of a large number of scatterers, which can thence be modeled as a complex Gaussian random variable where both the ...
    • On Managing Knowledge for MAPE-K Loops in Self-Adaptive Robotics Using a Graph-Based Runtime Model 

      Romero-Garcés, Adrián; Hidalgo-Paniagua, Alejandro; Gonzalez-Garcia, Martin; Bandera-Rubio, Antonio Jesus (IOAP-MPDI, 2022-08-27)
      Service robotics involves the design of robots that work in a dynamic and very open environment, usually shared with people. In this scenario, it is very difficult for decision-making processes to be completely closed at ...
    • On the Prospective Use of Deep Learning Systems for Earthquake Forecasting over Schumann Resonances Signals 

      Cano-Domingo, Carlos; Stoean, Ruxandra; Novas-Castellano, Nuria; Fernandez-Ros, Manuel; Joya-Caparrós, Gonzalo; [et al.] (IOAP-MPDI, 2022-06-21)
      La relación entre las resonancias de Schumann y los terremotos fue propuesta hace más de 50 años; sin embargo, el apoyo experimental no se ha establecido completamente. Una cantidad considerable de estudios recientes se ...
    • Real-time embedded eye detection system 

      Ruiz-Beltrán, Camilo; Romero-Garces, Adrian; González, Martín; Sánchez-Pedraza, Antonio; Rodriguez-Fernandez, Juan Antonio; [et al.] (Elsevier, 2022)
      The detection of a person’s eyes is a basic task in applications as important as iris recognition in biometric identification or fatigue detection in driving assistance systems. Current commercial and research systems use ...
    • Review of real brain-controlled wheelchairs 

      Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro; Velasco-Alvarez, Francisco Javier; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (IOP Publishing, 2016-10-14)
      This paper presents a review of the state of the art regarding wheelchairs driven by a brain-computer interface (BCI). Using a brain-controlled wheelchair (BCW), disabled users could handle a wheelchair through their brain ...
    • Special Issue “Cognitive Robotics” 

      Bandera-Rubio, Antonio Jesus (IOAP-MPDI, 2022-09-27)
      Within the realm of new robotics, researchers have placed a great amount of effort into learning, understanding, and representing knowledge for task execution by robots. The goal is to develop robots that can help humans ...
    • Still room for improvement in traditional 3D interaction: selecting the fixed axis in the virtual trackball 

      González-Toledo, Daniel; Cuevas-Rodriguez, Maria; Molina-Tanco, Luis; Reyes-Lecuona, Arcadio (Springer, 2022-01-29)
      Virtual trackball techniques are widely used when 3D interaction is performed through interfaces with a reduced number of degrees of freedom such as mice and touchscreens. For decades, most implementations fix a vertical ...