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  • Pizzorusso, Alessandro

Evaluation of Agents Interactions in a Context-Aware System

  • Sánchez-Pi, Nayat
  • Griol Barres, David
  • Carbó Rubiera, Javier Ignacio
  • Molina López, José Manuel
The evaluation of Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) is a complex problem and it does not have a single form. Much effort has been spent on suggesting and implementing new architectures of MAS. Often these new architectures are not even compared to any other existing architectures in order to evaluate their relative benefits. The present work focuses on interactions, the most important characteristic of any complex software as autonomous agents according to [25], as a problematic of evaluation. So, in this paper, we describe the assignment of evaluation values to Agents interaction in a specific MAS architecture. This evaluation is based on the weight of the messages brought by an interaction., Funded by projects CICYT TIN2008-06742-C02-02/TSI,CICYT TEC2008-06732-C02-02/TEC, SINPROB, CAM MADRINET S-0505/TIC/0255, and DPS2008-07029-C02-02., Publicado

System Orchestration Support for a Collaborative Blended Learning Flow

  • Fuente Valentín, Luis de la
  • Pérez Sanagustín, Mar
  • Santos, Patricia
  • Hernández-Leo, Davinia
  • Pardo Sánchez, Abelardo
  • Delgado Kloos, Carlos
  • Blat, Josep
Portable and interactive technologies are changing the nature of collaborative learning practices and open up new possibilities for Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL). Now, activities occurring in and beyond the classroom can be combined and integrated leading to a new type of complex collaborative blended learning scenarios. However, to organize and structure these scenarios is challenging and represent a workload for practitioners, which hinder the adoption of these technology-enhanced practices. As an approach to alleviate this workload, this paper proposes a proof of concept of a technological solution to overcome the limitations detected in an analysis of an actual collaborative blended learning experiment carried out in a previous study. The solution consists on a Unit of Learning suitable to be instantiated with IMS Learning Design and complemented by a GenericService Integration system. This chapter also discusses to which extent the proposed solution covers the limitations detected in the previous study and how useful could be for reducing the orchestration effort in future experiences., This work has been partially funded by the Project Learn3 (TIN2008- 05163/TSI) from the Plan Nacional I+D+I and "Investigación y Desarrollo de Tecnologías para el e-Learning en la Comunidad de Madrid” funded by the Madrid Regional Government under grant No. S2009/TIC-1650.

A Data Fusion Perspective on Human Motion Analysis Including Multiple Camera Applications

  • Cilla, Rodrigo
  • Patricio Guisado, Miguel Ángel
  • Berlanga de Jesús, Antonio
  • Molina López, José Manuel
Proceedings of: 5th International Work-Conference on the Interplay Between Natural and Artificial Computation, (IWINAC 2013). Mallorca, Spain, June 10-14., Human motion analysis methods have received increasing attention during the last two decades. In parallel, data fusion technologies have emerged as a powerful tool for the estimation of properties of objects in the real world. This papers presents a view of human motion analysis from the viewpoint of data fusion. JDL process model and Dasarathy's input-output hierarchy are employed to categorize the works in the area. A survey of the literature in human motion analysis from multiple cameras is included. Future research directions in the area are identified after this review., Publicado

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