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    • A multi-agent system model to integrate Virtual Learning Environments and Intelligent Tutoring Systems 

      Giuffra, P.; Cecilia, E.; Silveira, Ricardo A. (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 03/2013)
      Virtual learning environments (VLEs) are used in distance learning and classroom teaching as teachers and students support tools in the teaching–learning process, where teachers can provide material, activities and assessments ...
    • A Multi-step Process Approach for Estimating Public Sector Wages. The Spanish Experience 

      Moreno-Mencía, Patricia (1); Rodriguez-Poo, Juan M.; Cantarero-Prieto, David (Hacienda Pública Española-Review of Public Economics, 2021)
      We propose a semiparametric model including problems of sample selection and endogeneity. Concretely, we focus on studying the effect of tenure in public sector wages. Here we face two problems: Public wages are only ...
    • A multicentre, randomised, controlled trial of a combined clinical treatment for first-episode psychosis 

      González-Ortega, Itxaso; Vega, Patricia; Echeburúa, Enrique; Alberich, Susana; Fernández-Sevillano, Jessica; Barbeito, Sara (1); Balanzá-Martínez, Vicent; Vieta, Eduard; Lorente-Rovira, Esther; Luengo, Ana; Cerrillo, Ester; Crespo, José Manuel (MDPI AG, 2021)
      Introduction: There is evidence that early intervention contributes to improving the prognosis and course of first-episode psychosis (FEP). However, further randomised treatment clinical trials are needed. Objectives: The ...
    • A Multicriteria Optimization for Flight Route Networks in Large-Scale Airlines Using Intelligent Spatial Information 

      Borhani, Mostafa; Akbari, Kamal; Matkan, Aliakbar; Tanasan, Mohammad (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 03/2020)
      Air route network optimization, one of the airspace planning challenges, effectively manages airspace resources toward increasing airspace capacity and reducing air traffic congestion. In this paper, the structure of the ...
    • A Network Based Methodology to Reveal Patterns in Knowledge Transfer 

      López-Cruz, Orlando; Obregón N., Nelson (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 2015)
      This paper motivates, presents and demonstrates in use a methodology based in complex network analysis to support research aimed at identification of sources in the process of knowledge transfer at the interorganizational ...
    • A New Approach for Hiding Image Based on the Signature of Coeficients 

      Al-asadi, Tawfiq A.; Hadi Ali, Israa; kareem Abdul Abdul Abdul kadhem, kadhem (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 2015)
      This paper presents a new approach for hiding the secret image inside another image file, depending on the signature of coefficients. The proposed system consists of two general stages. The first one is the hiding stage ...
    • A New Feature Selection Method based on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Entropy to Categorize Text Documents 

      Harish, B S; Revanasiddappa, M B (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2018)
      Selection of highly discriminative feature in text document plays a major challenging role in categorization. Feature selection is an important task that involves dimensionality reduction of feature matrix, which in turn ...
    • A new SEAIRD pandemic prediction model with clinical and epidemiological data analysis on COVID-19 outbreak 

      Liu, Xian-Xian; Fong, Simon James; Dey, Nilanjan; González-Crespo, Rubén (1); Herrera-Viedma, Enrique (Applied intelligence, 2021)
      Measuring the spread of disease during a pandemic is critically important for accurately and promptly applying various lockdown strategies, so to prevent the collapse of the medical system. The latest pandemic of COVID-19 ...
    • A New Technique in saving Fingerprint with low volume by using Chaos Game and Fractal Theory 

      Jampour, Mahdi; Javidi, Mohammad M.; Nejad, Adel Soleymani; Ashourzadeh, Maryam; Yaghoobi, Mahdi (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2010)
      Fingerprint is one of the simplest and most reliable biometric features of human for identification. In this study by using fractal theory and by the assistance of Chaos Game a new fractal is made from fingerprint. While ...
    • A Novel Approach on Visual Question Answering by Parameter Prediction using Faster Region Based Convolutional Neural Network 

      Jha, Sudan; Dey, Anirban; Kumar, Raghvendra; Kumar-Solanki, Vijender (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 06/2019)
      Visual Question Answering (VQA) is a stimulating process in the field of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Computer Vision (CV). In this process machine can find an answer to a natural language question which is related ...
    • A Novel Fog Computing Approach for Minimization of Latency in Healthcare using Machine Learning 

      Kishor, Amit; Chakraborty, Chinmay; Jeberson, Wilson (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 09/2021)
      In the recent scenario, the most challenging requirements are to handle the massive generation of multimedia data from the Internet of Things (IoT) devices which becomes very difficult to handle only through the cloud. Fog ...
    • A Novel Hybrid Approach for Fast Block Based Motion Estimation 

      Arora, Shaifali; Khanna, Kavita; Rajpal, Navin (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2017)
      The current work presents a novel hybrid approach for motion estimation of various video sequences with a purpose to speed up the entire process without affecting the accuracy. The method integrates the dynamic Zero motion ...
    • A Novel Smart Grid State Estimation Method Based on Neural Networks 

      Abdel-Nasser, Mohamed; Mahmoud, Karar; Kashef, Heba (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 06/2018)
      The rapid development in smart grids needs efficient state estimation methods. This paper presents a novel method for smart grid state estimation (e.g., voltages, active and reactive power loss) using artificial neural ...
    • A pedagogy of abundance 

      Weller, Martin (Revista Española de Pedagogía, 31/05/2011)
      The digitalisation of content combined with a global network for delivery and an open system for sharing has seen radical changes in many industries. The economic model which has underpinned many content based industries ...
    • A Personalized Brand Proposal Based on User’s Satisfaction and Curriculum Supported by an Intelligent Job Recommender System 

      Rigaud Téllez, Nelly (1); Rayón Villela, Patricia (1) (Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, 2021)
      One of the main challenges’ universities are confronted is the personalization of education services to improve quality mechanisms and strategies for supporting and assisting students when entering the workforce. Although ...
    • A Probability-based Evolutionary Algorithm with Mutations to Learn Bayesian Networks 

      Fukuda, Sho; Yamanaka, Yuuma; Yoshihiro, Takuya (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2014)
      Bayesian networks are regarded as one of the essential tools to analyze causal relationship between events from data. To learn the structure of highly-reliable Bayesian networks from data as quickly as possible is one of ...
    • A propósito de los "Pueblos Pestalozzi" 

      Bovet, Pierre (Revista Española de Pedagogía, 04/1948)
      La idea de fundar pueblos equipados especialmente con todo lo que un niño victima de la guerra necesita para recuperar la salud del cuerpo y del alma, para orientarse en la vida y dar en ella, bajo una dirección perspicaz ...
    • A propósito de Paul Boghossian en “El miedo al conocimiento” 

      Ruiz San Román, José Antonio (Nueva Revista, 26/06/2018)
      Frente a las tesis dominantes que sostienen que el conocimiento es algo «socialmente construido», Paul Boghossian defiende que «las cosas tienen una manera de ser independiente de las opiniones humanas».
    • A propósito de “Óscar o la felicidad de existir” 

      Pérez de la Fuente, Juan Carlos (Nueva Revista, 18/07/2018)
      He aquí la herencia de "Óscar o la felicidad de existir": sus cartas. Su verdad. A partir de ese legado reconstruimos y descubrimos su historia, su enfermedad, su lucha y su esperanza: la del niño moribundo que se abre a ...
    • A Prototype for linear features generalization 

      Lorenzo Romero, Wenceslao; González-Crespo, Rubén; Castillo Sanz, Andrés G (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2010)
      A computer application designed to generalize linear elements in a vector formatted cartographic set by means of two of the most contrasted line generalization algorithms, Douglas-Peucker simplification and Bézier curves ...