• Solving a Real-World Structural Optimization Problem With a Distributed SMS-EMOA Algorithm 

      Luna, Francisco; Zavala, Gustavo R.; Nebro, Antonio J.; Durillo, Juan J.; Coello Coello, Carlos A. (2013-12-18)
      This paper addresses a real-world optimization problem in civil engineering. It lies in the dimensioning of a 162m long bridge composed of 1584 bars so that both its weight and its deformation are to be minimized. Evaluating ...
    • Solving discrete ordered median problems with induced order: preliminary results 

      Domínguez-Merino, Enrique; Marín, Alfredo (2018-03-22)
      The Discrete Ordered Median Problem with Induced Order (DOMP+IO) is a multi-level version of the classical DOMP, which has been widely studied. In this work, a DOMP+IO with two types of facilites (levels) is considered and ...
    • Solving multi-objective hub location problems by hybrid algorithms 

      Domínguez, Miguel A.; Chicaco, Francisco; Ruiz, Ana B.; Domínguez-Merino, Enrique (2018-03-22)
      In many logistic, telecommunications and computer networks, direct routing of commodities between any origin and destination is not viable due to economic and technolog- ical constraints. In that cases, a network with ...
    • Solving Multi-Objective Hub Location Problems with Robustness 

      Domínguez, Miguel A.; Domínguez-Merino, Enrique; Chicano, Francisco; Luque-Polo, Gabriel Jesús (2019-06-19)
      Hub location problems (HLP) are considered in many logistic, telecommunications, and computer problems, where the design of these networks are optimized based on some objective(s) related to the cost or service. In those ...
    • Solving Scheduling Problems with Genetic Algorithms using a Priority Encoding Scheme 

      Subirats, J.L.; Mesa, Héctor; Ortega-Zamorano, Francisco; Juárez, G.E.; Jerez-Aragonés, José Manuel; [et al.] (2017-06-26)
      Scheduling problems are very hard computational tasks with several applications in multitude of domains. In this work we solve a practical problem motivated by a real industry situation, in which we apply a genetic algorithm ...
    • Solving the quadratic assignment problem by neural networks 

      Domínguez, Enrique (2013-10-30)
      The Quadratic Assignment Problem (QAP) was introduced by Koopmans and Beckmann in 1957 as a mathematical model for the location of a set of indivisible economical activities. This problem consists of allocating a set of ...
    • Statistical Model Checking of e-Motions Domain-Specific Modeling Languages 

      Durán, Francisco; Moreno-Delgado, Antonio; Alvarez-Palomo, Jose Maria (Springer, 2016)
      Domain experts may use novel tools that allow them to de- sign and model their systems in a notation very close to the domain problem. However, the use of tools for the statistical analysis of stochas- tic systems requires ...
    • StreetQR Project Device for Information Assistance in Streets and Places of Interest 

      Ramos-Jimenez, Gonzalo Pascual; Morales-Bueno, Rafael; Del-Campo-Avila, Jose; Matesanz Cuadrado, Andrés (2019-09-24)
      En este trabajo se expone un ejemplo de transferencia de conocimiento desde la universidad hacia la sociedad, dentro del campo de la Inteligencia Artificial, con vista a obtener un encadenamiento productivo universidad-empresa. ...
    • Student engagement with resources as observable signifiers of success in practice based learning 

      Luckin, Rose; Cukurova, Mutlu; Millan-Valldeperas, Eva (International Society of the Learning Sciencies, 2018)
      Practice-based learning activities with a focus on Science, Technology, Art, Math and Engineering (STEAM) are providing new opportunities for teaching these subjects. However, we lack widely accepted ways of assessing and ...
    • Studying Solutions of the p-Median Problem for the Location of Public Bike Stations 

      Cintrano, Christian; Chicano, Francisco; Stützle, Thomas; Alba, Enrique (2018-11-26)
      The use of bicycles as a means of transport is becoming more and more popular today, especially in urban areas, to avoid the disadvantages of individual car traffic. In fact, city managers react to this trend and actively ...
    • Super-resolution of 3D Magnetic Resonance Images by Random Shifting and Convolutional Neural Networks 

      Thurnhofer Hemsi, Karl; López-Rubio, Ezequiel; Roé Vellvé, Nuria; Domínguez-Merino, Enrique; Molina Cabello, Miguel Ángel (IEEE, 2018)
      Enhancing resolution is a permanent goal in magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, in order to keep improving diagnostic capability and registration methods. Super-resolution (SR) techniques are applied at the postprocessing ...
    • Teaching Model Views with UML and OCL 

      Burgueño, Loli; Gogolla, Martin; Vallecillo, Antonio (2017-09-27)
      The specification of any non-trivial system is normally composed of a set of models. Each model describes a different view of the system, focuses on a particular set of concerns, and uses its own notation. For example, UML ...
    • Teoría de Landscapes en Optimización Combinatoria: Resultados Recientes y Herramienta Software 

      Chicano, Francisco; Alba-Torres, Enrique (2014-10-07)
      La teoría de landscapes es un marco que permite analizar funciones definidas sobre conjuntos de elementos conectados mediante un operador de vecindario. Esta teoría tiene aplicaciones en diversos dominios de conocimiento, ...
    • Testing M2T/T2M Transformations 

      Wimmer, Manuel; Burgueño, Loli (2013-10-09)
      Testing model-to-model (M2M) transformations is becoming a prominent topic in the current Model-driven Engineering landscape. Current approaches for transformation testing, however, assume having explicit model representations ...
    • The Evolution of Controller-Free Molecular Motors from Spatial Constraints 

      Fernández Rodríguez, Jose David; Doursat, René; Vico-Vela, Francisco Jose (2013-12-03)
      Locomotion of robotic and virtual agents is a challenging task requiring the control of several degrees of freedom as well as the coordination of multiple subsystems. Traditionally, it is engineered by top-down design ...
    • Towards a flexible deployment of multi-cloud applications based on TOSCA and CAMP 

      Carrasco, José; Cubo, Javier; Pimentel, Ernesto (2014-09-01)
      Cloud Computing platforms offer diverse services and capabilities with own features. Hence, the provider services could be used by end users to compose a heterogeneous context of multiple cloud platforms in order to deploy ...
    • Towards a robust robotic assistant for Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment procedures: the CLARC system 

      Romero Garcés, Adrián; Marfil, Rebeca; Martinez-Cruz, Jesus; Bandera-Rubio, Juan Pedro; Bandera-Rubio, Antonio Jesus; [et al.] (2018-09-26)
      Socially assistive robots appear as a powerful tool in the upcoming silver society. They are among the technologies for Assisted Living, offering a natural interface with smart environments, while helping people through ...
    • Towards a unified management of applications on heterogeneous clouds 

      Carrasco, José; Durán, Francisco; Pimentel, Ernesto (2016-10-05)
      The diversity in the way cloud providers o↵er their services, give their SLAs, present their QoS, or support di↵erent technologies, makes very difficult the portability and interoperability of cloud applications, and favours ...
    • Towards Approximate Model Transformations 

      Troya, Javier; Wimmer, Manuel; Vallecillo, Antonio; Burgueño, Loli (2014-10-06)
      As the size and complexity of models grow, there is a need to count on novel mechanisms and tools for transforming them. This is required, e.g., when model transformations need to provide target models without having access ...
    • Towards Distributed Model Transformations with LinTra 

      Burgueño, Loli; Wimmer, Manuel; Vallecillo, Antonio (2016-09-27)
      Performance and scalability of model transformations are becoming prominent topics in Model-Driven Engineering. In previous works we introduced LinTra, a platform for executing model transformations in parallel. LinTra ...