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Rafael M. Gasca, PhD

María Teresa Gómez, PhD

Pablo Neira Ayuso, PhD

Sergio Pozo Hidalgo, PhD

Rafael Ceballos, PhD

Fernando de la Rosa, PhD

Miguel Toro, PhD

Diana Borrego, PhD

Ángel Jesús Varela Vaca, PhD

Luisa Parody, PhD

José Miguel Pérez Álvarez


TDiaCO-BPMS (2010)

OPbus (2009)

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This is the page where QUIVIR faculty members describe the most interesting projects developed recently.

Master Thesis

  • A Formalization of a Computation-Independent Model based on Risk Assessment for a Model-Driven Architecture, June 2009.  This project developed a CIM Model based on risk analysis and assessment concepts in order to be integrated as the first step of a MDA framework for automated risk management.
Directors: Rafael M. Gasca
Author: Angel J. Varela-Vaca
  • IntelCare: Health Supervision for ederly people using intelligent techniques, June 2006. This project developed a Web application using different Data Mining techniques for a set of different risk scenarios. The most interesting technique of this project is the temporal pattern recognition by means of temporal chronicles.

Directors: Rafael M. Gasca and Carmelo del Valle
Authors: Diana Borrego and Irene Barba

  • Lexical and syntactic analysis for an object-oriented Constraint Dabase, September 2005. Constraint Databases work with special data that allow the treatment of infinite amount of data described in a finite way. This means that, a new language for store and query the information is necessary. This project analyses the differences with standard SQL and implements a new language.

Director: María Teresa Gómez López
Author: David Arenas

  • DiaWeb. A web application for design and diagnose systems using model-based diagnosis, September 2006. This work develops a web application for design system based on polynomial components. After the design, the system can be diagnosed in order the location of sensors. In this application there are groups of components that can be added to different systems and also it is possible share models between different users.

Director: María Teresa Gómez López
Author: Juan Manuel Rocha Ramos

  • JIDET: Java Integrated Development Enviroment Test. It is a visual development tool that allows to modify, to compile, to execute and to test software programs. JIDET is able to handle programs written using a part of the Java grammar that is centered in the basic structure of the general Java grammar. The main contribution of JIDET is to be able to test the program correction.

Director: Rafael Ceballos Guerrero
Author: Marta Gómez Sosa

  • Mobile-Home: Control of home by a mobile phone. The primary target is to make an application in J2ME for mobile phone devices that allows to control the lights and plugs in a house. In addition it must allow to program the activation of these devices.

Director: Rafael Ceballos Guerrero
Author: Miguel Ángel Sánchez de la Viña

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