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    • A Case-based Reasoning Approach to Validate Grammatical Gender and Number Agreement in Spanish language 

      Bacca, Jorge; Baldiris, Silvia; Fabregat, Ramon; Avila, Cecilia (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 03/2013)
      Across Latin America 420 indigenous languages are spoken. Spanish is considered a second language in indigenous communities and is progressively introduced in education. However, most of the tools to support teaching ...
    • A Client-Server System for Ubiquitous Video Service 

      Nossenson, Ronit; Yudilevich, Orit; Marlowitz, Omer (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 09/2012)
      In this work we introduce a simple client-server system architecture and algorithms for ubiquitous live video and VOD service support. The main features of the system are: efficient usage of network resources, emphasis on ...
    • A Constraint-Based Model for Fast Post-Disaster Emergency Vehicle Routing 

      Amadini, Roberto; Sefrioui, Imane; Mauro, Jacopo; Gabbrielli, Maurizio (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2013)
      Disasters like terrorist attacks, earthquakes, hurricanes, and volcano eruptions are usually unpredictable events that affect a high number of people. We propose an approach that could be used as a decision support tool ...
    • A crystal ball made of agents 

      Castillo, J. M. (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2010)
      This article presents an agent-based solution to model the opinions of an experts group with the aim of predicting possible future scenarios. The need to envision the future is not new; it has existed since the beginning ...
    • ¿A dónde va la historia? La respuesta de Brague 

      Ayllón, José Ramón (Nueva Revista, 19/07/2018)
      En este pequeño libro-entrevista (Encuentro, 2016), Giulio Brotti dialoga con Rémi Brague, uno de los intelectuales más originales de nuestro tiempo. Su lectura ofrece a los lectores que todavía no conocen la obra del ...
    • A Fault-Tolerant Mobile Computing Model Based On Scalable Replica 

      Sati, Meenakshi; Vikash, Vivek; Bijalwan, Vishwanath; Kumari, Pinki; Raj, Manish; Balodhi, Meenu; Gairola, Priya; Bhaskar Semwal, Vijay (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 06/2014)
      The most frequent challenge faced by mobile user is stay connected with online data, while disconnected or poorly connected store the replica of critical data. Nomadic users require replication to store copies of critical ...
    • A First Approach to the Implicit Measurement of Happiness in Latin America Through the Use of Social Networks 

      Mochón, Francisco; Sanjuán, Oscar (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 03/2014)
      This research paper can be classified as pertaining to the group of empirical studies that try to measure subjective well-being. The article presents as its greatest contributions the use of a subjective measurement of ...
    • A fuzzy c-means bi-sonar-based Metaheuristic Optimization Algorithm 

      Khan, Koffka; Sahai, Ashok (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2012)
      Fuzzy clustering is an important problem which is the subject of active research in several real world applications. Fuzzy c-means (FCM) algorithm is one of the most popular fuzzy clustering techniques because it is ...
    • A Fuzzy Group Prioritization Method for Deriving Weights and its Software Implementation 

      Almulhim, Tarifa; Mikhailov, Ludmil; Xu, Dong-Ling (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 09/2013)
      Several Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) methods involve pairwise comparisons to obtain the preferences of decision makers (DMs). This paper proposes a fuzzy group prioritization method for deriving group priorities/weights ...
    • A Grammatical Approach to the Modeling of an Autonomous Robot 

      López-García, Gabriel; Gallego-Sánchez, A. Javier; Dalmau-Espert, J. Luis; Molina-Carmona, Rafael; Compañ-Rosique, Patricia (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 06/2012)
      Virtual Worlds Generator is a grammatical model that is proposed to define virtual worlds. It integrates the diversity of sensors and interaction devices, multimodality and a virtual simulation system. Its grammar allows ...
    • A Hybrid Algorithm for Recognizing the Position of Ezafe Constructions in Persian Texts 

      Noferesti, Samira; Shamsfard, Mehrnoush (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 06/2014)
      In the Persian language, an Ezafe construction is a linking element which joins the head of a phrase to its modifiers. The Ezafe in its simplest form is pronounced as –e, but generally not indicated in writing. Determining ...
    • A la innovación por la educación y el emprendimiento 

      Leceta García, José Manuel (Nueva Revista, 12/2012)
      Europa se enfrenta a un problema de envejecimiento no solo de su población, sino también de su parque de empresas innovadoras. Según estudios del Instituto de Prospectiva Tecnológica (IPTS), con sede en Sevilla, el peso ...
    • A Mix Model of Discounted Cash-Flow and OWA Operators for Strategic Valuation 

      Doña, Jesús M.; la Red, David L.; Peláez, José I. (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 12/2009)
      The stock market volatility and the actual stock Exchange activity have increased the need of counting with effective methods on the part of financial analysts to achieve a division in relation to the investment actions, ...
    • 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 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 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 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 ...