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Dennys Paillacho, Nayeth I. Solorzano Alcivar, & Jonathan S. Paillacho Corredores. (2021). LOLY 1.0: A Proposed Human-Robot-Game Platform Architecture for the Engagement of Children with Autism in the Learning Process. In The international Conference on Systems and Information Sciences (ICCIS 2020), julio 27-29. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. (Vol. 1273, pp. 225–238).
Miguel Realpe, Jonathan S. Paillacho Corredores, & Joe Saverio & Allan Alarcon. (2019). Open Source system for identification of corn leaf chlorophyll contents based on multispectral images. In International Conference on Applied Technologies (ICAT 2019); Quito, Ecuador.
Abstract: It is important for farmers to know the level of chlorophyll in plants since this depends on the treatment they should give to their crops. There are two common classic methods to get chlorophyll values: from laboratory analysis and electronic devices. Both methods obtain the chlorophyll level of one sample at a time, although they can be destructive. The objective of this research is to develop a system that allows obtaining the chlorophyll level of plants using images.
Python programming language and different libraries of that language were used to develop the solution. It was decided to implement an image labeling module, a simple linear regression and a prediction module. The first module was used to create a database that links the values of the images with those of chlorophyll, which was then used to obtain linear regression in order to determine the relationship between these variables. Finally, the linear
regression was used in the prediction system to obtain chlorophyll values from the images. The linear regression was trained with 92 images, obtaining a root-mean-square error of 7.27 SPAD units. While the testing was perform using 10 values getting a maximum error of 15.5%.
It is concluded that the system is appropriate for chlorophyll contents identification of corn leaves in field tests.
However, it can also be adapted for other measurement and crops. The system can be downloaded at github.com/JoeSvr95/NDVI-Checking .
Sebastián Fuenzalida, Keyla Toapanta, Jonathan S. Paillacho Corredores, & Dennys Paillacho. (2019). Forward and Inverse Kinematics of a Humanoid Robot Head for Social Human Robot-Interaction. In IEEE ETCM 2019 Fourth Ecuador Technical Chapters Meeting; Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Abstract: This paper presents an analysis of forward and inverse kinematics for a humanoid robotic head. The robotic head is used for the study of social human-robot interaction, such as a support tool to maintain the attention of patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The design of a parallel robot that emulates human head movements through a closed structure is presented. The position and orientation in this space is controlled by three servomotors. For this, the solutions made for the kinematic problem are encompassed by a geometric analysis of a mobile base. This article describes a non-systematic method,
called the geometric method, and compares some of the most popular existing methods considering reliability and computational cost. The geometric method avoids the use of changing reference systems, and instead uses geometric
relationships to directly obtain the position based on joint variables; and the other way around. Therefore, it converges in a few iterations and has a low computational cost.