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Author Henry Velesaca Lara, Patricia Suarez, Darío Carpio & Angel Sappa
Title Fruit Grading based on Deep Learning and Active Vision System Type Conference Article
Year 2024 Publication Accepted in CIIA – II International Conference of Applied Industrial Engineering Abbreviated Journal
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Author Henry Velesaca Lara, Juan Antonio Holgado & José Miguel Gutiérrez
Title Optimizing Smart Factory Operations: A Methodological Approach to Industrial System Implementation based on OPC-UA Type Conference Article
Year 2024 Publication Accepted in CIIA – II International Conference of Applied Industrial Engineering Abbreviated Journal
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Author Patricia Suarez, Angel Sappa
Title Depth-Conditioned Thermal-like Image Generation Type Conference Article
Year 2024 Publication Accepted in 14th International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS) Abbreviated Journal
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Author Omar Coello, Moisés Coronel, Darío Carpio, Boris X. Vintimilla & Luis Chuquimarca
Title Enhancing Apple’s Defect Classification: Insights from Visible Spectrum and Narrow Spectral Band Imaging Type Conference Article
Year 2024 Publication Accepted in 14th International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS) Abbreviated Journal
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Author Luis Chuquimarca, Boris X. Vintimilla & Sergio Velastin
Title Classifying Healthy and Defective Fruits with a Siamese Architecture and CNN Models Type Conference Article
Year 2024 Publication Accepted in 14th International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS) Abbreviated Journal
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Author Byron Lima; Ricardo Cajo; Victor Huilcapi; Wilton Agila
Title Modeling and comparative study of linear and nonlinear controllers for rotary inverted pendulum Type Conference Article
Year 2017 Publication Journal of Physics: Conference Series Abbreviated Journal
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Abstract The rotary inverted pendulum (RIP) is a problem difficult to control, several studies have been conducted where different control techniques have been applied. Literature reports that, although problem is nonlinear, classical PID controllers presents appropriate performances when applied to the system. In this paper, a comparative study of the performances of linear and nonlinear PID structures is carried out. The control algorithms are evaluated in the RIP system, using indices of performance and power consumption, which allow the categorization of control strategies according to their performance. This article also presents the modeling system, which has been estimated some of the parameters involved in the RIP system, using computer-aided design tools (CAD) and experimental methods or techniques proposed by several authors attended. The results indicate a better performance of the nonlinear controller with an increase in the robustness and faster response than the linear controller
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Author Carlos Monsalve; Alain April; Alain Abran
Title Requirements Elicitation Using BPM Notations: Focusing on the Strategic Level Representation Type Conference Article
Year 2011 Publication 10th WSEAS international conference on Applied computer and applied computational science Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 235-241
Keywords Business process modeling, levels of abstraction, requirements elicitation, case study, action research
Abstract Business process models (BPM) can be useful for requirements elicitation, among other uses. Since the active participation of all stakeholders is a key factor for successful requirements engineering, it is important that BPM be shared by all stakeholders. Unfortunately, organizations may end up with inconsistent BPM not covering all stakeholders’ needs and constraints. The use of multiple levels of abstraction (MLA), such as at the strategic, tactical and operational levels, is often used in various process-oriented initiatives to facilitate the consolidation of various stakeholders’ needs and constraints. This article surveys the use of MLA in recent BPM research publications and reports on a BPM action-research case study conducted in a Canadian organization, with the aim of exploring the usefulness of the strategic level.
Address CIDIS – Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral Km. 30.5 vía Perimetral
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Author Mónica Villavicencio; Alain Abran
Title Facts and Perceptions Regarding Software Measurement in Education and in Practice: Preliminary Results Type Journal Article
Year 2011 Publication Journal of Software Engineering and Application Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages pp. 227-234
Keywords Software measurement, education, software engineering
Abstract How is software measurement addressed in undergraduate and graduate programs in universities? Do organizations consider that the graduating students they hire have an adequate knowledge of software measurement? To answer these and related questions, a survey was administered to participants who attended the IWSM-MENSURA 2010 conference in Stuttgart, Germany. Forty-seven of the 69 conference participants (including software development practitioners, software measurement consultants, university professors, and graduate students) took part in the survey. The results indicate that software measurement topics are: A) covered mostly at the graduate level and not at the undergraduate level, and B) not mandatory. Graduate students and professors consider that, of the measurement topics covered in university curricula, specific topics, such as measures for the requirements phase, and measurement techniques and tools, receive more attention in the academic context. A common observation of the practitioners who participated in the survey was that students hired as new employees bring limited software measurement-related knowledge to their organizations. Discussion of the findings and directions for future research are presented.
Address 2 CIDIS-FIEC, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL), Guayaquil, Ecuador
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Author Carlos Monsalve; Alain April and Alain Abran
Title Measuring software functional size from business process models Type Journal Article
Year 2011 Publication International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering Abbreviated Journal
Volume Vol. 21 Issue Pages pp. 311–338
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Abstract ISO 14143-1 specifies that a functional size measurement (FSM) method must provide measurement procedures to quantify the functional user requirements (FURs) of software. Such quantitative information, functional size, is typically used, for instance, in software estimation. One of the international standards for FSM is the COSMIC FSM method — ISO 19761 — which was designed to be applied both to the business application (BA) software domain and to the real-time software domain. A recurrent problem in FSM is the availability and quality of the inputs required for measurement purposes; that is, well documented FURs. Business process (BP) models, as they are commonly used to gather requirements from the early stages of a project, could be a valuable source of information for FSM. In a previous article, the feasibility of such an approach for the BA domain was analyzed using the Qualigram BP modeling notation. This paper complements that work by: (1) analyzing the use of BPMN for FSM in the BA domain; (2) presenting notation-independent guidelines for the BA domain; and (3) analyzing the possibility of using BP models to perform FSM in the real-time domain. The measurement results obtained from BP models are compared with those of previous FSM case studies.
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Author Juan C. Basurto, Patricia Chávez and Hernán Córdova
Title A Proximity-Aware Transparent Handoff Mobility Scheme for VoIP Communication over Infrastructure Mesh Networks Type Conference Article
Year 2011 Publication International Congress of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering-INTERCON 2011 Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords Wireless Mesh Networks; Quality of Service; Mobility Management; Voice over IP.
Abstract Mobility Management plays a key role in Voice-over- IP (VoIP) communications over Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN) as clients should maintain adequate levels of Quality of Service (QoS) as they move across the network. This paper presents PATH, a Proximity-Aware Transparent Handoff mobility scheme for real time voice communications over wireless mesh networks. Our study focuses on Medium Access Control (MAC) layer procedures and relies on gratuitous ARP unicasting in order to provide fast-handoffs. An experimental evaluation has been conducted and its results are shown in this paper.
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