• Caso de uso: Empleo de tecnologías J2EE para el desarrollo de una plataforma para la gestión tecnológica 

      Pedraza Carmona, Rafael; Planas Domínguez, Alberto; Navarro González, Antonio; De La Fuente Ranea, Benjamín; Fernández Rodríguez, Jose David (2004)
      En esta presentación se pretende explicar la experiencia que ha supuesto el desarrollo de una plataforma para la gestión de ofertas y demandas tecnológicas, desarrollada para dos organismos dependientes de la Consejería ...
    • On the performance of some bioinspired genetic operators in complex structures evolution 

      Casas Serrano, María José; Vico-Vela, Francisco Jose (ACM, 2009)
      Indirect encoding methods demand operators that minimize the disruption of conventional operators, widely studied in direct encoding approaches. While some efforts have already been done in this direction, the growing field ...
    • iNGS: a prototype tool for genome interpretation and annotation 

      Navas-Delgado, Ismael; García Godoy, María Jesús; Arjona-Pulido, Fátima; Castillo-Castillo, Trinidad; Ramos-Ostio, Ana Isabel; [et al.] (EMBnet.journal, 2013)
      Currently, clinical interpretation of whole-genome NGS genetic findings are very low-throughput because of a lack of computational tools/software. The current bottleneck of whole-genome and whole-exome sequencing projects ...
    • Red Swarm: Smart Mobility in Cities with EAs 

      Stolfi, Daniel H.; Alba-Torres, Enrique (ACM, 2013)
      This work presents an original approach to regulate traffic by using an on-line system controlled by an EA. Our proposal uses computational spots with WiFi connectivity located at traffic lights (the Red Swarm), which are ...
    • Problem Understanding through Landscape Theory 

      Chicano, Francisco; Luque-Polo, Gabriel Jesús; Alba-Torres, Enrique (ACM, 2013)
      In order to understand the structure of a problem we need to measure some features of the problem. Some examples of measures suggested in the past are autocorrelation and fitness-distance correlation. Landscape theory, ...
    • Composition and Self-Adaptation of Service-Based Systems with Feature Models 

      Cubo, Javier; Gámez, Nadia; Fuentes, Lidia; Pimentel, Ernesto (Springer, 2013)
      The adoption of mechanisms for reusing software in pervasive systems has not yet become standard practice. This is because the use of pre-existing software requires the selection, composition and adaptation of prefabricated ...
    • Math Oracles: A New Way of Designing Efficient Self-Adaptive Algorithms 

      Luque-Polo, Gabriel Jesús; Alba-Torres, Enrique (ACM Press, 2013)
      In this paper we present a new general methodology to develop self-adaptive methods at a low computational cost. Instead of going purely ad-hoc we de ne several simple steps to include theoretical models as additional ...
    • Migrants Selection and Replacement in Distributed Evolutionary Algorithms for Dynamic Optimization 

      Bravo, Yesnier; Luque-Polo, Gabriel Jesús; Alba-Torres, Enrique (Springer, 2013)
      Many distributed systems (task scheduling, moving priorities, changing mobile environments, ...) can be linked as Dynamic Optimization Problems (DOPs), since they require to pursue an optimal value that changes over time. ...
    • Run-time Adaptation of Mobile Applications using Genetic Algorithms 

      García Pascual, Gustavo; Pinto, Mónica; Fuentes Fernández, Lidia (IEEE Press, 2013)
      Mobile applications run in environments where the context is continuously changing. Therefore, it is necessary to provide support for the run-time adaptation of these applications. This support is usually achieved by ...
    • A Study of the Combination of Variation Operators in the NSGA-II Algorithm 

      Nebro, Antonio Jesús; Durillo, Juan José; Machín, Mirialys; Coello Coello, Carlos A.; Dorronsoro, Bernabé (Springer, 2013)
      Multi-objective evolutionary algorithms rely on the use of variation operators as their basic mechanism to carry out the evolutionary process. These operators are usually fixed and applied in the same way during algorithm ...
    • Run-time Support to Manage Architectural Variability Speci ed with CVL 

      García Pascual, Gustavo; Fuentes Fernández, Lidia; Pinto, Mónica (Springer, 2013)
      The execution context in which pervasive systems or mobile computing run changes continuously. Hence, applications for these systems should be adapted at run-time according to the current context. In order to implement ...
    • Measuring Procedural Knowledge in Problem Solving Environments with Item Response Theory 

      Hernando, Manuel; Guzmán, Eduardo; Conejo, Ricardo (Springer, 2013)
      In this paper, a new data-driven model to measure procedural knowledge is described. The model is based on Item Response Theory. The main idea behind this new model is to establish an analogy between the testing and the ...
    • Bridging the Gap Between the Least and the Most Influential Twitter Users 

      Del Campo-Ávila, José; Moreno-Vergara, Natalia; Trella-Lopez, Monica (Elsevier, 2013)
      Social networks play an increasingly important role in shaping the behaviour of users of the Web. Conceivably Twitter stands out from the others, not only for the platform's simplicity but also for the great influence that ...
    • Using Self-Adaptive Evolutionary Algorithms to Evolve Dynamism-Oriented Maps for a Real Time Strategy Game 

      Lara-Cabrera, Raúl; Cotta, Carlos; Fernández-Leiva, Antonio José (Springer-Verlag, 2013)
      This work presents a procedural content generation system that uses an evolutionary algorithm in order to generate interesting maps for a real-time strategy game, called Planet Wars. Interestingness is here captured by the ...
    • Context-aware Assessment Using QR-codes 

      Conejo, Ricardo; Perez de la Cruz, Jose Luis; Barros-Blanco, Beatriz; Galvez, Jaime; Garcia-Viñas, Juan Ignacio (SAGE, 2013)
      In this paper we present the implementation of a general mechanism to deliver tests based on mobile devices and matrix codes. The system is an extension of Siette, and has not been specifically developed for any subject ...
    • Optimizing Telecommunications in Vehicular Networks with a Parallel Multiobjective PSO 

      Toutouh, Jamal; Alba-Torres, Enrique (International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making, 2013-06-17)
    • Metaheurísticas para Smart Mobility: Reducción de Emisiones y Consumo de Carburantes en el Tráfico Urbano 

      García-Nieto, José; Alba-Torres, Enrique (2013-07-17)
      Hoy en día, la mejora del tráfico vehicular supone una labor ineludible en nuestras ciudades a la hora de mitigar problemas como la excesiva emisión de gases contaminantes y el consumo no sostenible de carburantes. El ...
    • Validación Inteligente para la Sincronización de Semáforos Basada en Feature Models 

      Ferrer, Javier; García-Nieto, José; Alba-Torres, Enrique; Chicano, Francisco (2013-07-17)
      El concepto de Smart City o Ciudad Inteligente engloba el conjunto de acciones y servicios, basados en las tecnologías de información y comunicación, que se ofrecen en un núcleo urbano. En este sentido, el uso de técnicas ...
    • Towards Run-Time Verification of Compositions in the Web of Things using Complex Event Processing 

      Cubo, Javier; González, Laura; Brogi, Antonio; Pimentel, Ernesto; Ruggia, Raúl (2013-07-30)
      Following the vision of the Internet of Things, physical world entities are integrated into virtual world things. Things are expected to become active participants in business and social processes. Then, the Internet of ...
    • On the Modular Specification of NFPs: A Case Study 

      Moreno-Delgado, Antonio; Troya, Javier; Durán, Francisco; Vallecillo, Antonio (Jornadas de Ingeniería del Software y Bases de Datos, 2013-09)
      The modular specification of non-functional properties of systems is a current challenge of Software Engineering, for which no clear solution exists. However, in the case of Domain-Specific Languages some successful proposals ...