• 3D laser from RGBD projections in robot local navigation 

      Calderita, Luis Vicente; Bandera-Rubio, Juan Pedro; Manso, Luis J.; Vázquez-Martín, Ricardo (2014-11-03)
      Social robots are required to work in daily life environments. The navigation algorithms they need to safely move through these environments require reliable sensor data. We present a novel approach to increase the ...
    • 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 new challenge in the Electronics teaching/learning process for the Industrial Design Engineering Bachelor. An interactive educational tutorial 

      Trujillo-Aguilera, Davinia; Sotorrio Ruiz, Pedro Juan; Pozo Ruz, Ana; Martín Vegas, Francisco Javier (2015-03-05)
      Abstract—The adaptation of new curricula to the European Higher Education Area implies a radical change in the teaching/learning process: it is necessary to get students more involved as well as to promote their independence ...
    • 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 ...
    • Actividad sobre la competencia emprendedora introduciendo Lean Startup en un grado de ingeniería 

      Peña-Martin, Juan Pedro; García-Berdonés, Carmen; Trujillo-Aguilera, Davinia (2018-07-02)
      Este trabajo presenta una actividad que se ha implementado en los últimos cinco cursos para desarrollar la competencia emprendedora en un grado de Ingeniería. En el curso 2016-17 se ha introducido una ampliación con objeto ...
    • 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 ...
    • Analysis of a public repository for the study of automatic fall detection algorithms 

      Casilari-Pérez, Eduardo; Santoyo-Ramón, José Antonio; Cano-Garcia, Jose Manuel (2018-07-31)
      The use of publicly available repositories containing movement traces of real or experimental subjects is a key aspect to define an evaluation framework that allows a systematic assessment of wearable fall detection systems. ...
    • Analysis of energy detection of unknown signals under Beckmann fading channels 

      Peña-Martin, Juan P.; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier (IEEE, 2017)
      The Beckmann fading is a general multipath fading model which includes Rice, Hoyt and Rayleigh fading as particular cases. However, the generality of the Beckmann fading also implies a significant increased mathematical ...
    • An analysis of taxi ratio in urban area using GIS 

      Ortiz-Zamora, Francisco Jose; Ladrón-de-Guevara-López, Isidro; Trujillo-Aguilera, Davinia; Blazquez-Parra, Elidia Beatriz (2018-09-17)
      Urban development has started a change led by various factors: human impact on climate change, ageing population that is nowadays significant, increase of its density in urban environments, and processes of globalization ...
    • Aproximación a la técnica “Aprender Haciendo” para la docencia en microprocesadores 

      Sotorrio-Ruiz, Pedro Juan; Trujillo-Aguilera, Davinia; Garcia-Berdones, Carmen; Sanchez-Pacheco, Francisco Jose (25 CUIEET, 2017-10)
      Es frecuente que en la docencia en microprocesadores, lo que menos hay es electrónica digital. En muchos casos se utiliza un dispositivo comercial cuya descripción se basa en bloques funcionales sin los esquemas de los ...
    • 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-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 switch mode: an alternative to drive a brain-controlled wheelchair 

      Fernández-Rodríguez, Álvaro; Velasco-Álvarez, Francisco; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo (2017-10-04)
      To date, different control paradigms of low level navigation have been tested for brain-controlled wheelchairs, mainly divided into continuous or discrete control [1]. However, these paradigms have certain drawbacks such ...
    • 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 ...