RDF description Dr. Diego López-de-Ipiña

Principal researcher & Head of DeustoTech - Societal Challenges


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[u' @article{irizar-arrieta_user_2020, title = {User perspectives in the {Design} of {Interactive} {Everyday} {Objects} for {Sustainable} {Behaviour}}, issn = {10715819}, url = {https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1071581919301570}, doi = {10.1016/j.ijhcs.2019.102393}, abstract = {Addressing e\ufb03cient management of energy has become a central objective due to the scarcity of traditional energy sources and global warming. To cope with this overarching issue, some technological solutions such as Smart Grids, Internet of Things or Demand response are proposed. However, the majority of them overlooks the role of human beings in the equation. Moreover, the very nascent body of research combining human and machine intelligence proposes methods, frameworks, and guidelines which vary depending on the application scenario complicating the selection of gold-standards to ensure seamless cooperation between smart devices and people. Hence, the purpose of this paper is to provide a set of design-hypotheses to devise augmented objects that ally with their users to reduce energy consumption. We expect designers, engineers, makers or even hobbyists in the intersection between technology-enablers (through IoT) and behavioural scientists to bene\ufb01t from them. To this aim, we describe the results of a long-term study in o\ufb03ce-based workplaces, where participants were randomly assigned to di\ufb00erent experimental conditions (persuasion, dashboard, and automation) to increase their energy-e\ufb03cient behaviour. Grounded Theory analysis was applied over qualitative data collected during focus group sessions obtaining \ufb01ve themes around a central category. The resulting themes were linked to design-hypotheses for IoT devices which were then tested through the implementation of a new IoT object also conceived for the workplace.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2020-01-14}, journal = {International Journal of Human-Computer Studies}, author = {Irizar-Arrieta, Ane and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Garaizar, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Retegi, Aiur}, month = jan, year = {2020}, keywords = {JCR2.006, Q2}, pages = {102393} }']

[u' @article{sanchez-corcuera_persuasion-based_2020, title = {Persuasion-based recommender system ensambling matrix factorisation and active learning models}, issn = {1617-4909, 1617-4917}, url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00779-020-01382-7}, doi = {10.1007/s00779-020-01382-7}, abstract = {Recommendation systems are gaining popularity on Internet platforms such as Amazon, Netflix, Spotify or Booking. As more users are joining these online consumer and entertainment sectors, the profile-based data for providing accurate just-intime recommendations is rising thanks to strategies based on collaborative filtering or content-based metrics. However, these systems merely focus on providing the right item for the users without taking into account what would be the best strategy to suggest the movie, the product or the song (i.e. the strategy to increase the success or impact of the recommendation). Taking this research gap into consideration, this paper proposes a profile-based recommendation system that outputs a set of potential persuasive strategies that can be used with users with similar characteristics. The case study presented provides tailored persuasive strategies to make office-based employees enhance the energy efficiency at work (the dataset used on this research is specific of this sector). Throughout the paper, shreds of evidence are reported assessing the validity of the proposed system. Specifically, two approaches are compared: a profile-based recommendation system (RS) vs. the same RS enriched by adding an ensemble with an active learning model. The results shed light on not only providing effective mechanisms to increase the success of the recommendations but also alleviating the cold start problem when newcomers arrive.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2020-03-24}, journal = {Personal and Ubiquitous Computing}, author = {S\xe1nchez-Corcuera, Rub\xe9n and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Borges, Cruz E. and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = mar, year = {2020}, keywords = {IF1.735, Persuasive Technology, Q3, Recsys, cold-user problem, preference recommendation, user profiling} }']

[u' @inproceedings{bounsiar_how_2019, address = {Toledo}, title = {How to {Enable} {Delay} {Tolerant} {Network} {Solutions} for {Internet} of {Things}: {From} {Taxonomy} to {Open} {Challenges}}, volume = {31}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2019031024}, abstract = {Internet of Things (IoT) is witnessing an increasing range of application domains (industry 4.0, eHealth, smart city, etc.). Meanwhile, IoT is still facing communication challenges because of limited capabilities in computing, storage and energy constraints of smart objects. The use of Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) as basis for communication in IoT is promising but needs more development. In this paper, we present a literature review and a classification of DTN routing protocols. Furthermore, we survey a number of DTN solutions for IoT and propose a new taxonomy to motivate the importance of enabling DTN for IoT applications. The novelty of this classification is the focus on X-DTN category, which combines Delay Tolerant schemes with new technologies (eg, Fog Computing). We also point out some open issues for potential Delay Tolerant IoT schemes.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of 13th {International} {Conference} on {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} \u202a{Intelligence} {UCAmI} 2019}, publisher = {MDPI}, author = {Bounsiar, Selma and Benhamida, Fatima Z and Henni, Abderrazak and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Casado-Mansilla, Diego}, year = {2019}, pages = {11} }']

[u' @inproceedings{gomez-carmona_simplicity_2019, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Simplicity is {Best}: {Addressing} the {Computational} {Cost} of {Machine} {Learning} {Classifiers} in {Constrained} {Edge} {Devices}}, isbn = {978-1-4503-7207-7}, shorttitle = {Simplicity is {Best}}, url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3365871.3365889}, doi = {10.1145/3365871.3365889}, abstract = {The potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) has traditionally grown upon the basis of its connectivity and communication capabilities, where low-power devices gather physical data and send them to remote high-performance nodes. However, the Edge Computing paradigm is changing the Cloud-based approach moving the processing and data computation towards the edge, getting the computation closer to the data source. As a consequence, extending intelligence to embedded platforms at the edge involves addressing differently the data processing and the computation techniques to overcome the constraints of the IoT devices. To contribute to this new challenge, we analyze the feasibility of deploying different supervised Machine Learning techniques applied to human activity recognition into two single-board computers, namely a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and a Raspberry Zero W. To that end, we present the classification example of a drinking activity monitoring system as a case study. The results show that an initial optimization process (i.e. selecting the most important features of the raw sensor data) is preeminent to provide a substantial improvement on the classification process with a minimal loss of performance and saving valuable computational cost. Thus, the presented approach seeks to stress the importance of understanding the initial data and studying the most relevant characteristics of the signal to overcome the limitations of the IoT devices and succeed in bringing embedded Machine Learning to the edge.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2019-11-11}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 9th {International} {Conference} on the {Internet} of {Things} - {IoT} 2019}, publisher = {ACM Press}, author = {G\xf3mez-Carmona, Oihane and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, year = {2019}, keywords = {Edge Computing, Internet of Things, Smart Environments, machine learning}, pages = {1--8} }']

[u" @inproceedings{casado-mansilla_side_2019, address = {Glasgow, Schottland}, title = {On the {Side} {Effects} of {Automation} in {IoT}: {Complacency} and {Comfort} vs. {Relapse} and {Distrust}}, url = {https://arxiv.org/abs/1911.08657}, doi = {arXiv:1911.08657}, abstract = {Automation through IoT brings with it a whole new set of philosophical and ethical implications that we barely began to address. However, it is widely considered by many scholars as the panacea to overcoming the majority of societal issues. The case of energy efficiency as an action for tackling climate change is not different: demand-response proposals or occupancy-driven energy management systems crowd the current research agenda on energy efficiency. However, there are still very few studies that have reported the effects of automation in the mid or long term beyond energy reduction (eg emotional feelings derived to interact with automation, complacency to the devices or perceived value of the automation throughout the time). In this workshop article, we report scientific evidence of a study conducted in ten workplaces during more than one year where we found that automating some electronic devices of common use (ie moving away or preventing subjects from the control of these devices) in favour of comfort and energy efficiency, is associated with a reduction of the users' confidence in science and technology as a mean to solve all environmental current problems and reduce the willingness of people to act in favor of the environment.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {CHI} 2019 {Workshop} on {New} {Directions} for the {IoT}: {Automate}, {Share}, {Build}, and {Care}}, publisher = {arXiv}, author = {Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Garaizar, Pablo and Irizar-Arrieta, Ane and {Diego L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a}}, year = {2019} }"]

[u' @article{emaldi_audablok:_2019, title = {{AUDABLOK}: {Engaging} {Citizens} in {Open} {Data} {Refinement} through {Blockchain}}, volume = {31}, copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/}, shorttitle = {{AUDABLOK}}, url = {https://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/31/1/52}, doi = {10.3390/proceedings2019031052}, abstract = {This work describes how open data and human computation can be brought together through blockchain to foster the collaboration of citizens on the continuous enhancement of open data portals. For that, it contributes with a set of enhancements to the widely adopted data management tool Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network (CKAN), to allow full audit and management of the change requests posed by citizens to datasets in open data portals. User contributions\\’ sustainability in time is tackled by providing rewards to users through AudaCoins, a currency that rewards citizens according to their refinement contributions, thus encouraging their continuous engagement with city co-creation activities.}, language = {en}, number = {1}, urldate = {2020-01-31}, journal = {Proceedings}, author = {Emaldi, Mikel and Zabaleta, Koldo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2019}, keywords = {blockchain, citizen engagement, co-creation, crowdsourcing, datasets, human computation, open data, smart citizens, user collaboration}, pages = {52} }']

[u' @inproceedings{irizar-arrieta_fox:_2019, title = {{FOX}: {A} {Flexible} and {Heterogeneus} {Mixed} {User} {Model} to {Address} {Sustainable} {Behaviour} in {Smart} {Environments}}, volume = {31}, shorttitle = {{FOX}}, url = {https://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/31/1/82}, doi = {10.3390/proceedings2019031082}, abstract = {Addressing how human behaviour can be taken into account when designing for sustainability is an emerging topic in the development of pro-environmental person-centred smart systems. Indeed, user diversity and categorisation in the context of sustainable behaviour was already studied by some scholars in recent literature. However, the complexity of the individual present some open challenges that still have to be further investigated. In this work, behavioural theories and user characterisation are analysed together to better understand the human factors when trying to in\ufb02uence sustainable lifestyles and actions. Then, theoretical frameworks are combined and mapped in a novel user meta-model, coined FOX, that classi\ufb01es the individual dynamically taking into account its heterogeneity and diversity. The dimensions involved in the FOX proposal are explained by describing the categorisation of each dimension. Besides, an example of the potential application of the model is exposed to better contextualise the work presented. Finally, controversial aspects and emerging ideas of the proposal are equally discussed throughout the paper as well as we discuss the use of FOX model to inform the design of behaviour change interventions related to sustainability.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2020-01-14}, booktitle = {Proceedings}, author = {Irizar-Arrieta, Ane and Retegi, Aiur and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Laschke, Matthias and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = nov, year = {2019}, pages = {82} }']

[u" @article{zabaleta_designing_2019, title = {Designing a {Human} {Computation} {Framework} to {Enhance} {Citizen}-{Government} {Interaction}}, volume = {25}, url = {http://www.jucs.org/jucs_25_2/designing_a_human_computation}, abstract = {Human computation or Human-based computation (HBC) is a paradigm that considers the design and analysis of information processing systems in which humans participate as computational agents performing small tasks and being orchestrated by a computer system. In particular, humans perform small pieces of work and a computer system is in charge of orchestrating their results. In this work, we want to exploit this potential to improve the take-up of e-service usage by citizens interacting with governments. To that end, we propose Citizenpedia, a human computation framework aimed at fostering citizen's involvement in the public administration. Citizenpedia is presented as a web application with two main components: the Question Answering Engine, where citizens and civil servants can post and solve doubts about e-services and public administration, and the Collaborative Procedure Designer, where citizens can collaborate with civil servants in the definition and improvement of new administrative procedures and e-services. In this work, we present the design and prototype of Citizenpedia and two evaluation studies conducted: the first one, a set of on-line surveys about the component's design, and the second one, a face-to-face user evaluation of the prototype. These evaluations showed us that the participants of the tests found the platform attractive, and pointed out several improvement suggestions regarding user experience of e-services.}, language = {en}, number = {2}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science}, author = {Zabaleta, Koldo and Lopez-Novoa, Unai and Pretel, Ivan and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Cartelli, Vincenzo}, year = {2019}, keywords = {Q3, e-government, human computation, human-computer interaction, jcr1.079, simpatico}, pages = {32} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{benhamida_smartworkplace:_2019, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, series = {\\{{CEUR}\\} {Workshop} {Proceedings}}, title = {{SmartWorkplace}: {A} {Privacy}-based {Fog} {Computing} {Approach} to {Boost} {Energy} {Efficiency} and {Wellness} in {Digital} {Workplaces}}, volume = {Vol-2530}, url = {http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2530/paper2.pdf}, abstract = {The massive digitalization of modern society has transformed human lifestyles in several dimensions ranging from social interactions to healthcare and wellness, including transportation systems, jobs, machinery, or energy management. However, physical environments and people have not evolved at the same pace, leaving a challenging gap between the advances in technology and how society efficiently interact with it. One specific case is the workplaces where digital literacy is not widespread among all employees (e.g. blue or grey collars) and the advent of such digitalization is a reality. This work presents an architectural approach to improve energy efficiency and wellness at work (by suggesting new behaviours and dynamics) while maintaining user comfort and keeping user\u2019s privacy. More specifically, this approach\u2014inspired by the Fog computing paradigm\u2014features a hierarchical scheme based of privacy maintenance which (1) collects real-time data from the users at the workplace environment; (2) processes these data in either in the Fog or Cloud infrastructure depending on the data sensitiveness; and (3) provides feedback to the user along with a set of recommendations related to energy usage. As such, the user is included in the whole data-cycle which allows employees to decide what information can be monitored, where it can be computed and the appropriate ICT channels to receive the feedback.}, language = {en}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 1st {Workshop} on {Cyber}-{Physical} {Social} {Systems}}, publisher = {CEUR-WS.org}, author = {Benhamida, Fatima Z and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Navarro, Joan and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and G\xf3mez-Carmona, Oihane and Zaballos, Agust\xedn}, year = {2019}, keywords = {Edge Computing, Intelligent Environments, Internet of Things, workplace}, pages = {7} }']

[u' @inproceedings{benhamida_toward_2019, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Toward a {Delay} {Tolerant} {Internet} of {Things}}, volume = {24}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.1145/3365871.3365908}, abstract = {Internet of Things (IoT) is widely spread to reach many application domains (industry 4.0, eHealth, smart city...). However, smart objects in IoT environments are facing communication challenges because of their mobility, and limited resources (capacities in computing, storage and energy). The use of Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) as basis for communication in IoT is promising but needs more development. In this paper, we present a preliminary scheme that enables Delay tolerance for IoT environments. With respect to IoT constraints, the new solution based on reinforcement learning allows to continuously enhance the proposed model to increase the delivery ratio while optimizing resources consumption.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 9th {International} {Conference} on the {Internet} of {Things}}, publisher = {ACM}, author = {Benhamida, Fatima Z and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2019}, pages = {1--4} }']

[u' @article{rodriguez-gil_new_2019, title = {New {Approach} for {Conversational} {Agent} {Definition} by {Non}-{Programmers}: {A} {Visual} {Domain}-{Specific} {Language}}, volume = {7}, issn = {2169-3536}, shorttitle = {New {Approach} for {Conversational} {Agent} {Definition} by {Non}-{Programmers}}, doi = {10.1109/ACCESS.2018.2883500}, abstract = {Intelligent tutors and conversational agents (CAs) have proven to be useful learning tools. They have potential not only as stand-alone devices but also as integrable components to enrich and complement other educational resources. For this, new authoring approaches and platforms are required. They should be accessible to non-programmers (such as most teachers) and they should be integrable into current web-based educational platforms. This paper proposes a new approach to define such agents through a visual domain-specific language based on Google Blockly (a scratch-like language). It also develops a web-based integrable authoring platform to serve as a prototype, describing the requirements and architecture. To evaluate whether this novel approach is effective, a multi-stage experiment was conducted. First, participants learned to use the prototype authoring platform through an interactive tutorial. Second, they created a CA with a specific domain model. Times and performance were measured. Finally, they answered a standardized usability questionnaire (UMUX) and a purpose-specific survey. Results show that participants were able to learn to use the domain-specific language in a short time. Moreover, the purpose-specific survey indicates that their perception of the approach (and its potential) is positive. The standardized questionnaire indicates that even in its prototype stage, its usability is satisfactory.}, journal = {IEEE Access}, author = {Rodr\xedguez-Gil, Luis and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Villar, Aitor and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2019}, keywords = {Authoring systems, Computer languages, DSL, Google, JCR, Prototypes, Tools, Visual programming languages, Visualization, conversational agents, customizable systems, intelligent tutoring systems, jcr3.557, online labs, online learning}, pages = {5262--5276} }']

[u' @article{villar-martinez_improving_2019, title = {Improving the {Scalability} and {Replicability} of {Embedded} {Systems} {Remote} {Laboratories} {Through} a {Cost}-{Effective} {Architecture}}, volume = {7}, issn = {2169-3536}, doi = {10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2952321}, abstract = {Online remote laboratories are a particularly promising tool for effective STEM education. They offer online universal access to different hardware devices in which students can experiment and can test and improve their knowledge. However, most of them have two significant limitations. First, given that most of them are developed as, or evolve from single-user proofs of concept, they have no scalability provisions other than full laboratory replication. And second, when this is done, cost efficiency is often neglected. This paper presents the requirements for the creation of a novel remote laboratory architecture focused on, but not limited to, embedded systems experimentation. An architecture, based on Redis (an open source, in-memory data structure store, which is often used as database, cache or message broker), a modular design, and hardware-sharing techniques, is proposed in order to achieve the combined requirements of high scalability and cost efficiency. This mixed hardware-software architecture serves as a basis for the development of remote laboratories, especially those focused on microcontroller-based systems experimentation and embedded devices experimentation. From a user perspective the architecture is web-based, and has provisions to be easily adaptable to different Learning Management Systems and different hardware embedded devices. A new microcontroller-oriented remote laboratory based on the architecture has been developed, with the aim of providing valid evaluation data, and has been used in a real environment. The architecture and the resulting remote laboratory have been compared with other state of the art remote laboratories and their architectures. Results suggest that the proposed architecture does indeed meet the main requirements, which are scalability through replicability and cost efficiency. Furthermore, similarly to previous architectures, it promotes usability, universal access, modularity and reliability.}, journal = {IEEE Access}, author = {Villar-Mart\xednez, Aitor and Rodr\xedguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2019}, keywords = {Computer architecture, Embedded systems, Hardware, ISI, Reliability, Remote laboratories, Remote laboratory, Scalability, Servers, architecture, embedded system, jcr4.098, online experimentation, scalability}, pages = {164164--164185} }']

[u' @article{zabaleta_human_2018, title = {Human {Computation} to {Enhance} {E}-{Service} {Consumption} among {Elderlies}}, volume = {2}, issn = {2504-3900}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/2/19/1221}, doi = {10.3390/proceedings2191221}, abstract = {Smart Cities aim to increase citizens\u2019 quality of life. Smart Government is a part of Smart Cities domain aiming to enhance the communication and interactions of citizens and companies with government. The SIMPATICO framework combines machine and human intelligence to simplify e-services i.e., web accessible apps to accomplish administrative procedures online, and thus enable a more widespread adoption of electronic procedures. This paper reviews the impact of instrumenting e-services, in Galicia region in Spain, with SIMPATICO features, e.g., text and work\ufb02ow simplication, autocompletion of personal data and public procedure documentation and support through crowdsourced questions and answers. Particularly, taking into account the lessons learnt at the \ufb01rst pilot evaluation with Elderly people, this paper describes the public procedure model proposed by SIMPATICO which backs the application of diverse strategies to better support users while facing the completion of complex administrative procedures.}, language = {en}, number = {19}, urldate = {2018-12-14TZ}, journal = {Proceedings}, author = {Zabaleta, Koldo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sanz, Enrique and Irizar-Arrieta, Ane and Cartelli, Vincenzo and Modica, Giuseppe and Tomarchio, Orazio}, month = oct, year = {2018}, keywords = {accessibility, human computation, piloting, simpatico, smart government, usability, web technologies}, pages = {1221} }']

[u' @article{gomez-carmona_multifunctional_2018, title = {Multifunctional {Interactive} {Furniture} for {Smart} {Cities}}, volume = {2}, issn = {2504-3900}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2504-3900/2/19/1212}, doi = {10.3390/proceedings2191212}, abstract = {The adaptation of cities to a future in which connectivity is at the service of the citizens will be a reality by creating interaction spaces and augmented urban areas. The research on this \ufb01eld falls within the scope of Smart Cities (SC) with the advantages that the common public spaces provide as new points for information exchange between the city, the urban furniture and their citizens. Kiosk systems have been recognized as an appropriate mean for providing event-aware and localized information to the right audience at the right time. Hence, in this article, we provide a vision of an eco-system of multifunctional urban furniture, where kiosks are part of them, designed not only for digital interaction but for sustainable use and symbolic integration into the urban environment as well. The proposed approach is conceived to drive services through digital urban nodes that facilitate tailored citizen-city communication and interaction. The central element of the designed platform consists on an intelligent digital kiosk which features a series of hardware and software components for sensing different environmental conditions, multimodal interaction with users and for conveying the captured data to the Cloud. The custom-based contents visualized to the users are controlled remotely through a management tool that allows to set-up and con\ufb01gure the digital kiosk. This system is not presented as an ad-hoc solution for one speci\ufb01c purpose but instead, it becomes a platform that can accommodate and solve the needs of every kind of user that populates urban shared-use spaces.}, language = {en}, number = {19}, urldate = {2019-04-09TZ}, journal = {Proceedings}, author = {G\xf3mez-Carmona, Oihane and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = nov, year = {2018}, pages = {1212} }']

[u' @inproceedings{lopez-de-ipina_empowering_2018, address = {Lisbon (Portugal)}, title = {Empowering citizens into co-creators of demand-driven public services}, isbn = {978-989-8533-80-7}, abstract = {Open Government aims to enhance the transparency, participation and collaboration of city stakeholders in order to give place to Smarter Cities. This paper describes the WeLive co-creation fostering methodology together with its associated co-creation tools and a wide range of resulting co-created artefacts. This combination of co-creation methodology, platform and assets have been used to foster higher and better public-private partnerships for addressing citizen needs through new user demand-driven public services in four pilots across Europe. The lessons learned from this piloting on the value of co-creation to enhance participation and collaboration among distinct Smart Cities stakeholders are described.}, booktitle = {{IADIS} {International} {Conference} {Theory} and {Practice} in {Modern} {Computing} 2018}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Misikangas, Pauli and Emaldi, Mikel and Aguilera, Unai and Drajic, Dejan and Sillaurren, Sara}, year = {2018}, keywords = {Open Data, Open Government, Open services, co-creation, smart cities}, pages = {162--173} }']

[u' @article{chen_context_2018, title = {Context, intelligence and interactions for personalized systems}, volume = {9}, issn = {1868-5145}, url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12652-018-0985-y}, doi = {10.1007/s12652-018-0985-y}, language = {en}, number = {5}, urldate = {2019-05-17TZ}, journal = {Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing}, author = {Chen, Liming and Fallmann, Sarah and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Pan, Chengsheng and Ning, Huansheng}, month = oct, year = {2018}, keywords = {human computation, human interaction, jcr1.423, q3}, pages = {1557--1559} }']

[u' @incollection{sixto_analysis_2018, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Analysis of the {Structured} {Information} for {Subjectivity} {Detection} in {Twitter}}, isbn = {978-3-319-90286-9 978-3-319-90287-6}, url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-90287-6_9}, abstract = {In this paper, we analyze the opportunities of the structured information of the social networks for the subjectivity detection on Twitter micro texts. The sentiment analysis on Twitter has been usually performed through the automatic processing of the texts. However, the established limit of 140 characters and the particular characteristics of the texts reduce drastically the accuracy of Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques when compared with other domains. Under these circumstances, it becomes necessary to study new data sources that allow us to extract new useful knowledge to represent and classify the texts. The structured information, also called meta-information or meta-data, provide us with alternative features of the texts that can improve the classification tasks. In this paper we analyze the features of the structured information and their usefulness in the opinion mining sub-domain, specially in the subjectivity detection task. Also present a novel classification of these features according to their origin.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2018-04-26TZ}, booktitle = {Transactions on {Computational} {Collective} {Intelligence} {XXIX}}, publisher = {Springer, Cham}, author = {Sixto, Juan and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2018}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-90287-6_9}, keywords = {ISI, NLP, Natural language processing, Sentiment analysis, Subjectivity detection, Text categorization, Twitter, e-rmp, ensemble, ensemble learning, social network analysis, social networks, svn}, pages = {163--181} }']

[u' @inproceedings{zulaika_zurimendi_enhancing_2018, address = {Punta Cana, Republica Dominicana}, title = {Enhancing {Profile} and {Context} {Aware} {Relevant} {Food} {Search} through {Knowledge} {Graphs}}, volume = {2}, isbn = {2504-3900}, doi = {10.3390/proceedings2191228}, abstract = {Foodbar is a Cloud-based gastroevaluation solution, leveraging IBM Watson cognitive services. It brings together machine and human intelligence to enable cognitive gastroevaluation of \u201ctapas\u201d or \u201cpintxos\u201d , i.e., small miniature bites or dishes. Foodbar matchmakes users\u2019 profiles, preferences and context against an elaborated knowledge graph based model of user and machine generated information about food items. This paper reasons about the suitability of this novel way of modelling heterogeneous, with diverse degree of veracity, information to offer more stakeholder satisfying knowledge exploitation solutions, i.e., those offering more relevant and elaborated, directly usable, information to those that want to take decisions regarding food in miniature. An evaluation of the information modelling power of such approach is performed highlighting why such model can offer better more relevant and enriched answers to natural language questions posed by users.}, booktitle = {Proceedings}, publisher = {MDPI}, author = {Zulaika Zurimendi, Unai and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego and Gutierrez, Asier}, month = dec, year = {2018}, keywords = {data models, foodbar2, knowledge graphs, recommendation systems, smart cities, software architectures}, pages = {1228} }']

[u' @article{casado-mansilla_human-centric_2018, series = {{IEEE}}, title = {A {Human}-centric \\& {Context}-aware {IoT} {Framework} for {Enhancing} {Energy} {Efficiency} in {Buildings} of {Public} {Use}}, volume = {6}, copyright = {Open Access}, issn = {2169-3536}, url = {https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8360090/}, doi = {10.1109/ACCESS.2018.2837141}, abstract = {The GreenSoul project introduces an innovative energy-efficient platform which enhances traditional public-use buildings with various technologies, such as smart adaptors, energy analyzers, an occupant aware decision support engine, mobile applications and interactive ambient interfaces. These enhancement aims to directly improve the interactions between occupants and energy-consuming assets in their environment. The GreenSoul framework is further enriched by the deployment of lightweight edge-computing GreenSoul-ed devices, which reduce energy consumption by cooperating with other devices, smart metering equipment and, very importantly, with eco-aware users. The decision making process is supported by a socio-economic behavioural model, which provides the necessary understanding of occupant indoor behaviour towards transforming energy consuming devices into active pro-sustainability agents that inform users how energy-efficiently they operate them, provide notifications as to improve that aspect, and even adapt their own functioning to reduce energy waste. These eco-wise devices, which are coined as GreenSoul-ed Things, are explained in detail throughout the presented work as well as the sensor-based architecture that supports their operation. The deployment of the framework across six pilot buildings is addressed, as well as the designed experimental setting to corroborate the potential of such a collaborative approach to enhance energy efficiency in office buildings.}, language = {English}, number = {1}, journal = {IEEE Access}, author = {Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Moschos, Ioannis and Kamara-Esteban, Oihane and C. Tsolakis, Apostolos and Borges, Cruz E. and Krinidis, Stelios and Irizar-Arrieta, Ane and Kitsikoudis, Konstantinos and Pijoan, Ander and Tzovaras, Dimitrios and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = may, year = {2018}, keywords = {Computer architecture, Decision Support Systems, Energy-efficiency, Green Buildings, Internet of Things, Persuasive Technology, Q1, jcr3.244}, pages = {31444--31456} }']

[u' @incollection{orduna_weblab-deusto_2018, address = {Cham}, title = {The {WebLab}-{Deusto} {Remote} {Laboratory} {Management} {System} {Architecture}: {Achieving} {Scalability}, {Interoperability}, and {Federation} of {Remote} {Experimentation}}, isbn = {978-3-319-76935-6}, shorttitle = {The {WebLab}-{Deusto} {Remote} {Laboratory} {Management} {System} {Architecture}}, url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76935-6_2}, abstract = {WebLab-Deusto is an open-source Remote Laboratory Management System (RLMS). On top of it, one can develop and manage remote laboratories and share them with other institutions. This chapter describes the architecture and features of the system, as well as a nontechnical view of other aspects such as how to share laboratories in the context of WebLab-Deusto, different institutions using WebLab-Deusto for their remote laboratories, research projects where it has been used, and sustainability plans.}, language = {en}, booktitle = {Cyber-{Physical} {Laboratories} in {Engineering} and {Science} {Education}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Dziabenko, Olga and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Auer, Michael E. and Azad, Abul K.M. and Edwards, Arthur and de Jong, Ton}, year = {2018}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-76935-6_2}, keywords = {Online education, remote laboratories, remote laboratory management systems}, pages = {17--42} }']

[u' @article{kamara-esteban_massha:_2017, title = {{MASSHA}: {An} agent-based approach for human activity simulation in intelligent environments}, issn = {1574-1192}, shorttitle = {{MASSHA}}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1574119216304072}, doi = {10.1016/j.pmcj.2017.07.007}, abstract = {Human activity recognition has the potential to become a real enabler for ambient assisted living technologies. Research on this area demands the execution of complex experiments involving humans interacting with intelligent environments in order to generate meaningful datasets, both for development and validation. Running such experiments is generally expensive and troublesome, slowing down the research process. This paper presents an agent-based simulator for emulating human activities within intelligent environments: MASSHA. Specifically, MASSHA models the behaviour of the occupants of a sensorized environment from a single-user and multiple-user point of view. The accuracy of MASSHA is tested through a sound validation methodology, providing examples of application with three real human activity datasets and comparing these to the activity datasets produced by the simulator. Results show that MASSHA can reproduce behaviour patterns that are similar to those registered in the real datasets, achieving an overall accuracy of 93.52\\% and 88.10\\% in frequency and 98.27\\% and 99.09\\% in duration for the single-user scenario datasets; and a 99.3\\% and 88.25\\% in terms of frequency and duration for the multiple-user scenario.}, journal = {Pervasive and Mobile Computing}, author = {Kamara-Esteban, Oihane and Azkune, Gorka and Pijoan, Ander and Borges, Cruz E. and Alonso-Vicario, Ainhoa and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2017}, keywords = {Activity Recognition, Agent based modelling, Agent environment, Intelligent Environments, Q1, jcr2.974} }']

[u' @inproceedings{blas_improving_2017, title = {Improving trilateration for indoors localization using {BLE} beacons}, abstract = {While the Global Positioning System (GPS) tends to be not useful anymore in terms of precise localization once one gets into a building, Low Energy beacons might come in handy instead. Navigating free of signal reception problems throughout a building when one has never visited that place before is a challenge tackled with indoors localization. Using Bluetooth Low Energy1 (BLE) beacons (either iBeacon or Eddystone formats) is the medium to accomplish that. Indeed, different purpose oriented applications can be designed, developed and shaped towards the needs of any person in the context of a certain building. This work presents a series of post-processing filters to enhance the outcome of the estimated position applying trilateration as the main and straightforward technique to locate someone within a building. A later evaluation tries to give enough evidence around the feasibility of this indoor localization technique. A mobile app should be everything a user would need to have within a building in order to navigate inside.}, booktitle = {2017 2nd {International} {Multidisciplinary} {Conference} on {Computer} and {Energy} {Science} ({SpliTech})}, author = {Blas, A. De and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, D.}, month = jul, year = {2017}, keywords = {BLE beacons, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, Buildings, Eddystone formats, GPS, Global Positioning System, Interference, Mathematical model, Mobile communication, Smart phones, filtering theory, iBeacon, indoor localization technique, indoor navigation, low energy beacons, mobile app, mobile radio, post-processing filters, signal reception problems, telecommunication power management}, pages = {1--6} }']

[u' @article{lopez-de-ipina_ubiquitous_2017, title = {Ubiquitous {Intelligence} and computing for enabling a smarter world}, issn = {1617-4909, 1617-4917}, url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00779-017-1015-3}, doi = {10.1007/s00779-017-1015-3}, language = {en}, urldate = {2017-05-10TZ}, journal = {Personal and Ubiquitous Computing}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming and Mitton, Nathalie and Pan, Gang}, month = feb, year = {2017}, keywords = {Q2, jcr1.498}, pages = {1--3} }']

[u' @inproceedings{pretel_citizenpedia:_2017, address = {San Francisco, USA}, title = {Citizenpedia: {A} {Human} {Computation} {Framework} for the e-{Government} {Domain}}, doi = {978-1-5386-0435-9/17/$31.00}, abstract = {Human computation relies on crowds of people to perform large workloads, and in this work, we want to exploit this potential to improve the experience of e-government and the use of e-services. To that end we present the Citizenpedia, a human computation framework aimed at fostering citizens involvement in the public administration. The Citizenpedia is presented as a web application with two main tools: the Question Answering Engine, where citizens and civil servants can post and solve doubts about e-services and public ad- ministration, and the Collaborative Procedure Designer, where citizens can collaborate with civil servants in the definition and improvement of new administrative procedures and e-services. In this work we present several contributions: first, the design of the Citizenpedia concept, and then, its evaluation through a set of online surveys that were filled by 152 citizens and 63 civil servants from three different countries. The surveys served to successfully validate our design, and also to provide feedback on new features that were not taken into account in the first place. We finally present the software architecture of the Citizenpedia and provide the link to its source code.}, language = {English}, booktitle = {{IEEE} {SmartWorld} 2017}, publisher = {IEEE}, author = {Pretel, Ivan and Lopez-Novoa, Unai and Sanz, Enrique and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Cartelli, Vincenzo and Di Modica, Giuseppe and Tomarchio, Orazio}, month = aug, year = {2017}, pages = {1013--1018} }']

[u' @inproceedings{casado-mansilla_greensoul:_2017, address = {Pennsylvania, USA}, title = {{GreenSoul}: {An} {IoT} platform for empowering users\u2019 energy efficiency in public buildings}, isbn = {978-3-319-67584-8 978-3-319-67585-5}, shorttitle = {Ucami2017}, abstract = {The GreenSoul (GS) framework aims to provide a low-cost energy-efficient Information and Communications Technology (ICT) platform which seamlessly augments a traditional public-use building with a set of assets (apps, interactive interfaces, device adaptors, smart meters and a Decision Support Engine), which mediate in the interactions of users with their environments and the energy consuming devices or systems present in them. GreenSoul envisions public use buildings as ecosystems of GreenSoul-ed devices which cooperate with other devices, standard Smart Meters and, very importantly, with eco-educated and eco-aware users to minimize the unnecessary energy consumption. GS architecture is supported by a socio-economic behavioural model, which aids on behaviour understanding to turn energy consuming devices into active pro-sustainability agents that manifest to their surrounding users how well or badly they are being manipulated (energy-wise), offer tips about how to use them more efficiently and even adapt their own functioning to avoid energy waste.}, publisher = {LNCS}, author = {Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Mochos, I. and Kamara-Esteban, Oihane and Tsolakis, A. and Borges, Cruz E. and Krinidis, Stelios and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Tzovaras, D.}, month = jul, year = {2017}, keywords = {Forecasting, GreenSoul, H2020, Persuasive Technology, architecture, energy efficiency}, pages = {703--714} }']

[u' @article{rodriguez-gil_open_2017, title = {An open and scalable web-based interactive live-streaming architecture: {The} {WILSP} platform}, journal = {IEEE Access}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2017}, keywords = {JCR, JCR1.270, Remote Laboratories, Streaming} }']

[u' @article{rodriguez-gil_interactive_2017, title = {Interactive live-streaming technologies and approaches for web-based applications}, issn = {1380-7501, 1573-7721}, url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11042-017-4556-6}, doi = {10.1007/s11042-017-4556-6}, abstract = {Interactive live streaming is a key feature of applications and platforms in which the actions of the viewers affect the content of the stream. In those, a minimal capture-display delay is critical. Though recent technological advances have certainly made it possible to provide web-based interactive live-streaming, little research is available that compares the real-world performance of the different web-based schemes. In this paper we use educational remote laboratories as a case study. We analyze the restrictions that web-based interactive live-streaming applications have, such as a low delay. We also consider additional characteristics that are often sought in production systems, such as universality and deployability behind institutional firewalls. The paper describes and experimentally compares the most relevant approaches for the study. With the provided descriptions and real-world experimental results, researchers, designers and developers can: a) select among the interactive live-streaming approaches which are available for their real-world systems, b) decide which one is most appropriate for their purpose, and c) know what performance and results they can expect.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2017-03-16TZ}, journal = {Multimedia Tools and Applications}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = mar, year = {2017}, keywords = {ISI, JCR, JCR1.331, Remote Laboratories, Streaming, Webcams, testing2}, pages = {1--32} }']

[u' @article{aguilera_citizen-centric_2017, title = {Citizen-centric data services for smarter cities}, volume = {76}, issn = {0167-739X}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167739X16304770}, doi = {10.1016/j.future.2016.10.031}, abstract = {Smart Cities use Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to manage more efficiently the resources and services offered by a city and to make them more approachable to all its stakeholders (citizens, companies and public administration). In contrast to the view of big corporations promoting holistic \u201csmart city in a box\u201d solutions, this work proposes that smarter cities can be achieved by combining already available infrastructure, i.e., Open Government Data and sensor networks deployed in cities, with the citizens\u2019 active contributions towards city knowledge by means of their smartphones and the apps executed in them. In addition, this work introduces the main characteristics of the IES Cities platform, whose goal is to ease the generation of citizen-centric apps that exploit urban data in different domains. The proposed vision is achieved by providing a common access mechanism to the heterogeneous data sources offered by the city, which reduces the complexity of accessing the city\u2019s data whilst bringing citizens closely to a prosumer (double consumer and producer) role and allowing to integrate legacy data into the cities\u2019 data ecosystem.}, journal = {Future Generation Computer Systems}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and Pe\xf1a, Oscar and Belmonte, Oscar and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = nov, year = {2017}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Legacy data, Q1, jcr4.639}, pages = {234--247} }']

[u' @article{emaldi_towards_2017, title = {Towards {Citizen} {Co}-{Created} {Public} {Service} {Apps} (sensors)}, volume = {17}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/17/6/1265}, doi = {10.3390/s17061265}, abstract = {WeLive project\u2019s main objective is about transforming the current e-government approach by providing a new paradigm based on a new open model oriented towards the design, production and deployment of public services and mobile apps based on the collaboration of different stakeholders. These stakeholders form the quadruple helix, i.e., citizens, private companies, research institutes and public administrations. Through the application of open innovation, open data and open services paradigms, the framework developed within the WeLive project enables the co-creation of urban apps. In this paper, we extend the description of the WeLive platform presented at , plus the preliminary results of the first pilot phase. The two-phase evaluation methodology designed and the evaluation results of first pilot sub-phase are also presented.}, number = {6}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Emaldi, Mikel and Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and P\xe9rez, Jorge}, month = jun, year = {2017}, keywords = {Q2, jcr2.475} }']

[u' @article{lopez-novoa_overcrowding_2017, title = {Overcrowding detection in indoor events using scalable technologies}, volume = {21}, issn = {1617-4909}, shorttitle = {{PUC}}, url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00779-017-1012-6}, doi = {10.1007/s00779-017-1012-6}, abstract = {The increase in the number of large-scale events held indoors (i.e., conferences and business events) opens new opportunities for crowd monitoring and access controlling as a way to prevent risks and provide further information about the event\u2019s development. In addition, the availability of already connectable devices among attendees allows to perform non-intrusive positioning during the event, without the need of specific tracking devices. We present an algorithm for overcrowding detection based on passive Wi-Fi requests capture and a platform for event monitoring that integrates this algorithm. The platform offers access control management, attendees monitoring and the analysis and visualization of the captured information, using a scalable software architecture. In this paper, we evaluate the algorithm in two ways: First, we test its accuracy with data captured in a real event, and then we analyze the scalability of the code in a multi-core Apache Spark-based environment. The experiments show that the algorithm provides accurate results with the captured data, and that the code scales properly.}, number = {3}, journal = {Personal and Ubiquitous Computing}, author = {Lopez-Novoa, Unai and Aguilera, Unai and Emaldi, Mikel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and P\xe9rez-de-Albeniz, Iker and Valerdi, David and Iturricha, Ibai and Arza, Eneko}, month = feb, year = {2017}, note = {00001}, keywords = {Cloud-based computing, Indoor Positioning, Q2, jcr1.924}, pages = {507--519} }']

[u' @article{aguilera_collaboration-centred_2016, title = {Collaboration-{Centred} {Cities} through {Urban} {Apps} {Based} on {Open} and {User}-{Generated} {Data} (sensors)}, volume = {16}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/16/7/1022}, doi = {10.3390/s16071022}, abstract = {This paper describes the IES Cities platform conceived to streamline the development of urban apps that combine heterogeneous datasets provided by diverse entities, namely, government, citizens, sensor infrastructure and other information data sources. This work pursues the challenge of achieving effective citizen collaboration by empowering them to prosume urban data across time. Particularly, this paper focuses on the query mapper; a key component of the IES Cities platform devised to democratize the development of open data-based mobile urban apps. This component allows developers not only to use available data, but also to contribute to existing datasets with the execution of SQL sentences. In addition, the component allows developers to create ad hoc storages for their applications, publishable as new datasets accessible by other consumers. As multiple users could be contributing and using a dataset, our solution also provides a data level permission mechanism to control how the platform manages the access to its datasets. We have evaluated the advantages brought forward by IES Cities from the developers\u2019 perspective by describing an exemplary urban app created on top of it. In addition, we include an evaluation of the main functionalities of the query mapper.}, number = {7}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and P\xe9rez, Jorge}, year = {2016}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Apps, Heterogeneous data, Prosuming, Q1, Smart City, access control, jcr2.667}, pages = {1022} }']

[u" @inproceedings{aguilera_platform_2016, address = {Toulouse, France}, title = {A {Platform} for {Overcrowding} {Detection} in {Indoor} {Events} using {Scalable} {Technologies}}, isbn = {978-1-5090-2771-2}, url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7816854/}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.1109/UIC-ATC-ScalCom-CBDCom-IoP-SmartWorld.2016.0058}, abstract = {The increase in the number of large scale events held indoors (i.e. conferences, business events) opens new opportunities for crowd monitoring, access controlling as a way to prevent risks, provide further information about the event's development. In addition, the availability of already connectable devices among attendees allows to perform non-intrusive positioning during the event, without the need of specific tracking devices. We present a platform that integrates the access control management, attendees monitoring based on passive Wi-Fi requests detection,, the analysis, visualization of the captured information using an scalable software architecture. The analysis of the captured information enables to detect crowded zones, the attendance status during the event's performance, after its ending. In addition, the proposed platform has been evaluated using information captured in a real event.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 13th {International} {Conference} on {Ubiquitous} {Intelligence} and {Computing}}, publisher = {IEEE Computer Society}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and Lopez Novoa, Unai and Emaldi, Mikel and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and P\xe9rez-De-Albeniz, Iker and Valerdi, David and Iturricha, Ibai and Arza, Eneko}, year = {2016}, note = {00000}, pages = {269--276} }"]

[u' @incollection{sixto_approach_2016, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {An {Approach} to {Subjectivity} {Detection} on {Twitter} {Using} the {Structured} {Information}}, copyright = {\xa92016 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-45242-5 978-3-319-45243-2}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-45243-2_11}, abstract = {In this paper, we propose an approach to the subjectivity detection on Twitter micro texts that explores the uses of the structured information of the social network framework. The sentiment analysis on Twitter has been usually performed through the automatic processing of the texts. However, the established limit of 140 characters and the particular characteristics of the texts reduce drastically the accuracy of Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques. Under these circumstances, it becomes necessary to study new data sources that allow us to extract new useful knowledge to represent and classify the texts. The structured information, also called meta-information or meta-data, provide us with alternative features of the texts that can improve the classification tasks. In this study we have analysed the use of features extracted from the structured information in the subjectivity detection task, as a first step of the polarity detection task, and their integration with classical features.}, language = {en}, number = {9875}, urldate = {2016-09-22TZ}, booktitle = {Computational {Collective} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Sixto, Juan and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Nguyen, Ngoc-Thanh and Iliadis, Lazaros and Manolopoulos, Yannis and Trawi\u0144ski, Bogdan}, month = sep, year = {2016}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-45243-2_11}, note = {00000 }, keywords = {Data analysis, Data mining for social networks, NLP, Natural language processing, Sentiment analysis, Social networks, Subjectivity detection, Text categorization, core-c, data mining, opinion mining, twitter}, pages = {121--130} }']

[u' @article{lopez-de-ipina_internet_2016, title = {Internet of {Things}, {Linked} {Data}, and {Citizen} {Participation} as {Enablers} of {Smarter} {Cities}}, volume = {12}, issn = {1550-1477}, url = {https://doi.org/10.1155/2016/2595847}, doi = {10.1155/2016/2595847}, language = {en}, number = {5}, urldate = {2018-05-14}, journal = {International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming and Jara, Antonio and Mannens, Erik and Li, Yingshu}, month = may, year = {2016}, keywords = {ISI, Q3, jcr0.906}, pages = {2595847} }']

[u' @incollection{lopez-de-ipina_towards_2016, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Towards {Citizen} {Co}-created {Public} {Service} {Apps}}, copyright = {\xa92016 Springer International Publishing AG}, isbn = {978-3-319-48798-4 978-3-319-48799-1}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-48799-1_51}, abstract = {This paper describes the WeLive framework, a set of tools to enable co-created urban apps by means of bringing together Open Innovation, Open Data and Open Services paradigms. It proposes a more holistic involvement of stakeholders across service ideation, creation and exploitation. The WeLive co-creation process applied to three new urban apps in the city of Bilbao is described. The two-phase evaluation methodology designed and the evaluation results of pre-pilot sub-phase are also presented. As a result, an early user experience evaluation for WeLive has been obtained.}, language = {en}, number = {10070}, urldate = {2016-12-04TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Emaldi, Mikel and Aguilera, Unai and P\xe9rez-Velasco, Jorge}, editor = {Garc\xeda, Carmelo R. and Caballero-Gil, Pino and Burmester, Mike and Quesada-Arencibia, Alexis}, month = nov, year = {2016}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-48799-1_51}, note = {00000 }, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Computer Communication Networks, Computers and Society, Information Storage and Retrieval, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), Open Data, Open government, Open innovation, Open services, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction}, pages = {469--481} }']

[u' @article{bilbao_jayo_promotion_2016, title = {Promotion of active ageing combining sensor and social network data}, volume = {64}, issn = {1532-0464}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1532046416301307}, doi = {10.1016/j.jbi.2016.09.017}, abstract = {The increase of life expectancy in modern society has caused an increase in elderly population. Elderly people want to live independently in their home environment for as long as possible. However, as we age, our physical skills tend to worsen and our social circle tends to become smaller, something that often leads to a considerable decrease of both our physical and social activities. In this paper, we present an AAL framework developed within the SONOPA project, whose objective is to promote active ageing by combining a social network with information inferred using in-home sensors.}, urldate = {2016-10-10TZ}, journal = {Journal of Biomedical Informatics}, author = {Bilbao Jayo, Aritz and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = dec, year = {2016}, note = {00001}, keywords = {Active ageing, Ambient Assisted Living, Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, Intelligent Environments, Q1, Social networks, fraseware, jcr2.447, social network analysis, sonopa}, pages = {108--115} }']

[u" @article{aguilera_semantically_2016, title = {A {Semantically} {Enhanced} {Service} {Discovery} for {MANET}}, volume = {22}, url = {http://www.jucs.org/jucs_22_7/a_semantically_enhanced_service}, doi = {10.3217/jucs-022-12-0896}, abstract = {Service discovery is a fundamental aspect of many services oriented applications; however, it cannot be directly applied to mobile ad hoc networks (MANET) due to their dynamic nature. The lack of central manager nodes results in the need of specific discovery solutions for this kind of networks. In this paper, we present a solution for the discovery of services in MANETs that is based on the classification of service's parameters according to a shared domain ontology. Our proposed discovery protocol encompasses two main processes: dissemination and search. The search process defines a pruning mechanism that enables to detect if search messages must be propagated or not, reducing the number of messages communicated through the network. The dissemination and search processes are integrated within the route management mechanism that enables to reduce the number of propagated messages. We have implemented and tested our discovery solution using the ns-2 network simulator. Experiments have been performed using rigorously constructed scenarios for testing the characteristics of the proposed solution. The obtained results show how the inclusion of the ontology not only increments the expressiveness of the search and discovery process, but also enables to reduce the number of propagated messages due to the grouping and pruning processes.}, number = {12}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2016}, keywords = {JCR0.696, Q4}, pages = {896--920} }"]

[u' @incollection{azkune_reasoning_2016, title = {Reasoning {Systems} for {AAL}}, isbn = {978-1-84919-988-9}, abstract = {Human activity recognition is a key enabler for Ambient Assisted Living and provides a paradigmatic example of how reasoning capacities can be used in such scenarios. In order to detect and recognise human activities, first of all, humans have to be monitored using sensors. The information grabbed by those sensors feed the modelling and inference layers, where the reasoning takes place. In this chapter, the most used inference and reasoning techniques have been introduced. Reasoning systems for AAL have been divided into three different categories, namely, the data-driven approach, the knowledge-driven approach, and the hybrid approach. The most representative examples of those approaches have been presented, describing the advantages and disadvantages. Due to the emergence of the Semantic Web and its application to AAL scenarios, has been devoted to describe the features of OWL and associated semantic reasoners, which can be classified as a knowledge-driven approach.}, booktitle = {Active and {Assisted} {Living}: {Technologies} and {Applications}}, publisher = {The Institution of Engineering and Technology}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Ausin, David and Lopez de Ipina, Diego}, month = aug, year = {2016} }']

[u' @incollection{sixto_improving_2016, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Improving the {Sentiment} {Analysis} {Process} of {Spanish} {Tweets} with {BM}25}, copyright = {\xa92016 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-41753-0 978-3-319-41754-7}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-41754-7_26}, abstract = {The enormous growth of user-generated information of social networks has caused the need for new algorithms and methods for their classification. The Sentiment Analysis (SA) methods attempt to identify the polarity of a text, using among other resources, the ranking algorithms. One of the most popular ranking algorithms is the Okapi BM25 ranking, designed to rank documents according to their relevance on a topic. In this paper, we present an approach of sentiment analysis for Spanish Tweets based combining the BM25 ranking function with a Linear Support Vector supervised model. We describe the implemented procedure to adapt BM25 to the peculiarities of SA in Twitter. The results confirm the potential of the BM25 algorithm to improve the sentiment analysis tasks.}, language = {en}, number = {9612}, urldate = {2016-06-21}, booktitle = {Natural {Language} {Processing} and {Information} {Systems}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Sixto, Juan and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {M\xe9tais, Elisabeth and Meziane, Farid and Saraee, Mohamad and Sugumaran, Vijayan and Vadera, Sunil}, month = jun, year = {2016}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-41754-7_26}, note = {00000 }, keywords = {BM25, Data analysis, Linear support vector, NLP, Natural language processing, Sentiment analysis, Term frequency, Twitter, core-c, machine learning, q1, social networks}, pages = {285--291} }']

[u' @article{pena_exploring_2016, title = {Exploring {LOD} through metadata extraction and data-driven visualizations}, volume = {50}, issn = {0033-0337}, url = {http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/PROG-12-2015-0079}, doi = {10.1108/PROG-12-2015-0079}, abstract = {Purpose \u2013 The purpose of this paper is to present a new approach toward automatically visualizing Linked Open Data (LOD) through metadata analysis.', u'Design/methodology/approach \u2013 By focussing on the data within a LOD dataset, the authors can infer its structure in a much better way than current approaches, generating more intuitive models to progress toward visual representations.', u'Findings \u2013 With no technical knowledge required, focussing on metadata properties from a semantically annotated dataset could lead to automatically generated charts that allow to understand the dataset in an exploratory manner. Through interactive visualizations, users can navigate LOD sources using a natural approach, in order to save time and resources when dealing with an unknown resource for the first time.', u'Research limitations/implications \u2013 This approach is suitable for available SPARQL endpoints and could be extended for resource description framework dumps loaded locally.', u'Originality/value \u2013 Most works dealing with LOD visualization are customized for a specific domain or dataset. This paper proposes a generic approach based on traditional data visualization and exploratory data analysis literature.}, number = {3}, urldate = {2016-06-10TZ}, journal = {Program}, author = {Pe\xf1a, Oscar and Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jun, year = {2016}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Datatype Inference, Exploratory Data Analysis, JCR0.556, LOD Visualization, Linked Open Data, Metadata Extraction, q4, semantic web}, pages = {270--287} }']

[u' @article{rodriguez-gil_towards_2016, title = {Towards new multiplatform hybrid online laboratory models}, volume = {PP}, issn = {1939-1382}, doi = {10.1109/TLT.2016.2591953}, abstract = {Online laboratories have traditionally been split between virtual labs, with simulated components; and remote labs, with real components. The former tend to provide less realism but to be easily scalable and less expensive to maintain, while the latter are fully real but tend to require a higher maintenance effort and be more error-prone. This technical paper describes an architecture for hybrid labs merging the two approaches, in which virtual and real components interact with each other. The goal is to leverage the advantages of each type of lab. The architecture is fully web-based and multiplatform, which is in line with the industry and the remote laboratory community trends. Only recently has this become technically feasible for graphic-intensive laboratories due to previous limitations in browser-based graphical technologies. This architecture relies on the recent HTML5 and WebGL standards to overcome these limitations, and makes use of the Unity technology. To ensure that the proposed architecture is suitable we set requirements based on the literature, we compare it with other approaches and we examine its scope, strengths and weaknesses. Additionally, we illustrate it with a concrete hybrid lab and we evaluate its benefits and potential through educational experiments.}, number = {99}, journal = {IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2016}, note = {00000}, keywords = {JCR, JCR1.129, Q3, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, hybrid laboratories, virtual environments}, pages = {1--1} }']

[u' @article{azkune_ultimas_2015, title = {\xdaltimas tendencias en el modelado de actividades humanas}, volume = {90}, issn = {0012-7361}, number = {4}, journal = {DYNA}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming Luke}, month = jul, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Activity Recognition, Activity model, Data analysis, Survey, intelligent environments, jcr0.179, q4} }']

[u' @article{otoom_real-time_2015, title = {Real-{Time} {Statistical} {Modeling} of {Blood} {Sugar}}, volume = {39}, issn = {0148-5598, 1573-689X}, url = {http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10916-015-0301-8}, doi = {10.1007/s10916-015-0301-8}, abstract = {Diabetes is considered a chronic disease that incurs various types of cost to the world. One major challenge in the control of Diabetes is the real time determination of the proper insulin dose. In this paper, we develop a prototype for real time blood sugar control, integrated with the cloud. Our system controls blood sugar by observing the blood sugar level and accordingly determining the appropriate insulin dose based on patient\u2019s historical data, all in real time and automatically. To determine the appropriate insulin dose, we propose two statistical models for modeling blood sugar profiles, namely ARIMA and Markov-based model. Our experiment used to evaluate the performance of the two models shows that the ARIMA model outperforms the Markov-based model in terms of prediction accuracy.}, language = {en}, number = {10}, urldate = {2016-02-16TZ}, journal = {Journal of Medical Systems}, author = {Otoom, Mwaffaq and Alshraideh, Hussam and Almasaeid, Hisham M. and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = aug, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {ARIMA, Cloud-based computing, Diabetes, Health Informatics, Insulin administration, Markov Processes, Q2, Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences, Web services., jcr2.213}, pages = {1--6} }']

[u' @article{azkune_ezagutzan_2015, title = {Ezagutzan {Oinarritutako} {Giza}-{Jardueren} {Eredu} {Dinamiko} eta {Pertsonalizatuak} {Ikasten} (2)}, issn = {0214-9001}, url = {http://www.ehu.eus/ojs/index.php/ekaia/article/view/14662}, doi = {10.1387/ekaia.14662}, abstract = {Being able to recognise human activities by means of sensor and computational devices can be a key competence in order to achieve human centred technologies. For that purpose, it is mandatory to build computational models of the activities which have to be recognised. There are two major approaches for activity modelling: the data-driven and the knowledge-driven approaches. Both of them have advantages and drawbacks. The objective of this work is to combine both modelling approaches with the aim of building dynamic and personalised activity models, using generic knowledge-based models. This would allow implementing modelling processes which can adapt themselves to the evolution of specific people.}, number = {1333}, journal = {Ekaia. Euskal Herriko Unibertsitateko Zientzi eta Teknologi Aldizkaria}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Almeida, Aitor and Lopez de Ipina, Diego and Chen, Liming Luke}, month = oct, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Activity Recognition, Activity model, Data analysis, Survey, intelligent environments} }']

[u' @inproceedings{sixto_deustotech_2015, title = {{DeustoTech} {Internet} at {TASS} 2015: {Sentiment} analysis and polarity classification in spanish tweets}, shorttitle = {{DeustoTech} {Internet} at {TASS} 2015}, url = {http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1397/deusto.pdf}, abstract = {This article describes our system presented at the workshop for sentiment analysis TASS 2015. Our system approaches the task 1 of the workshop, which consists on performing an automatic sentiment analysis to determine the global polarity of a set of tweets in Spanish. To do this, our system is based on a model supervised Linear Support Vector Machines combined with some polarity lexicons. The influence of the different linguistic features and the different sizes of n-grams in improving algorithm performance. Also the results obtained, the various tests that have been conducted, and a discussion of the results are presented.}, urldate = {2015-09-22TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {Annual} {Conference} of the {Spanish} {Society} for {Natural} {Language} {Processing} ({SEPLN}) 2015}, author = {Sixto, Juan and Almeida, Aitor and Lopez de Ipina, Diego}, month = oct, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Data analysis, NLP, Natural language processing, Polarity Classification, Sentiment analysis, Support Vector Machines, Twitter, social networks}, pages = {23} }']

[u' @inproceedings{pena_resource_2015, address = {Manchester, United Kingdom}, series = {Communications in {Computer} and {Information} {Science}}, title = {Resource {Classification} as the {Basis} for a {Visualization} {Pipeline} in {LOD} {Scenarios}}, copyright = {\xa92015 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-24128-9 978-3-319-24129-6}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-24129-6_40}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-24129-6_40}, abstract = {After more than a decade since the first steps on the Semantic Web were set, mass adoption of these technologies is still an utopic goal. Machine-readable data should leverage to provide smarter summarisations of any dataset, making them comprehensible for any user, without the need for specific knowledge. The automatic generation of coherent visual representations based on Linked Open Data could stand for mass adoption of the Semantic Web\u2019s vision.', u'Our effort towards this goal is to establish a visualization pipeline, from raw semantically annotated data as input, to insightful visualizations for data analysts as output. The first steps of this pipeline need to extract the nature of the data itself through generic SPARQL queries in order to draft the structure of the data for further stages.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2015-09-21TZ}, booktitle = {Metadata and {Semantics} {Research}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Pe\xf1a, Oscar and Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Garoufallou, Emmanouel and Hartley, Richard J. and Gaitanou, Panorea}, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Linked Open Data, semantic web, visualization}, pages = {457--460} }']

[u' @article{azkune_extending_2015, title = {Extending knowledge-driven activity models through data-driven learning techniques}, volume = {42}, issn = {0957-4174}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0957417414007623}, doi = {10.1016/j.eswa.2014.11.063}, abstract = {Knowledge-driven activity recognition is an emerging and promising research area which has already shown very interesting features and advantages. However, there are also some drawbacks, such as the usage of generic and static activity models. This paper presents an approach to using data-driven techniques to evolve knowledge-driven activity models with a user\u2019s behavioral data. The approach includes a novel clustering process where initial incomplete models developed through knowledge engineering are used to detect action clusters which represent activities and aggregate new actions. Based on those action clusters, a learning process is then designed to learn and model varying ways of performing activities in order to acquire complete and specialized activity models. The approach has been tested with real users\u2019 inputs, noisy sensors and demanding activity sequences. Initial results have shown that complete and specialized activity models are properly learned with success rates of 100\\% at the expense of learning some false positive models.}, number = {6}, urldate = {2015-01-20TZ}, journal = {Expert Systems with Applications}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming}, month = apr, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Activity Annotation, Activity Recognition, Activity model, Data analysis, Knowledge-Driven, Q1, intelligent environments, jcr2.981, machine learning}, pages = {3115--3128} }']

[u' @inproceedings{azkune_ezagutzan_2015, address = {Durango, Spain}, title = {Ezagutzan {Oinarritutako} {Giza}-{Jardueren} {Eredu} {Dinamiko} eta {Pertsonalizatuak} {Ikasten}}, url = {http://www.buruxkak.eus/gaiak/910/ikergazte.html}, abstract = {Being able to recognise human activities by means of sensor and computational devices can be a key competence in order to achieve human centred technologies. For that purpose, it is mandatory to build computational models of the activities which have to be recognised. There are two major approaches for activity modelling: the data-driven and the knowledge-driven approaches. Both of them have advantages and drawbacks. The objective of this work is to combine both modelling approaches with the aim of building dynamic and personalised activity models, using generic knowledge-based models. This would allow implementing modelling processes which can adapt themselves to the evolution of specific people.}, booktitle = {I. {Ikergazte}: {Nazioarteko} ikerketa euskaraz. {Kongresuko} artikulu-bilduma}, publisher = {Udako Euskal Unibertsitatea}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Almeida, Aitor and Lopez de Ipina, Diego and Chen, Liming Luke}, month = may, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Activity Recognition, Activity model, Data analysis, Survey, intelligent environments} }']

[u' @article{pancardo_real-time_2015, title = {Real-{Time} {Personalized} {Monitoring} to {Estimate} {Occupational} {Heat} {Stress} in {Ambient} {Assisted} {Working}}, volume = {15}, copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/15/7/16956}, doi = {10.3390/s150716956}, abstract = {Ambient Assisted Working (AAW) is a discipline aiming to provide comfort and safety in the workplace through customization and technology. Workers\u2019 comfort may be compromised in many labor situations, including those depending on environmental conditions, like extremely hot weather conduces to heat stress. Occupational heat stress (OHS) happens when a worker is in an uninterrupted physical activity and in a hot environment. OHS can produce strain on the body, which leads to discomfort and eventually to heat illness and even death. Related ISO standards contain methods to estimate OHS and to ensure the safety and health of workers, but they are subjective, impersonal, performed a posteriori and even invasive. This paper focuses on the design and development of real-time personalized monitoring for a more effective and objective estimation of OHS, taking into account the individual user profile, fusing data from environmental and unobtrusive body sensors. Formulas employed in this work were taken from different domains and joined in the method that we propose. It is based on calculations that enable continuous surveillance of physical activity performance in a comfortable and healthy manner. In this proposal, we found that OHS can be estimated by satisfying the following criteria: objective, personalized, in situ, in real time, just in time and in an unobtrusive way. This enables timely notice for workers to make decisions based on objective information to control OHS.}, language = {en}, number = {7}, urldate = {2016-02-16TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Pancardo, Pablo and Acosta, Francisco D. and Hern\xe1ndez-Nolasco, Jos\xe9 Ad\xe1n and Wister, Miguel A. and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2015}, note = {00001}, keywords = {Ambient intelligence, ISO, Q1, ambient assisted working, jcr2.245, occupational heat stress, personalized monitoring, wearable sensors}, pages = {16956--16980} }']

[u' @incollection{emaldi_linked_2015, title = {Linked {Open} {Data} as the {Fuel} for {Smarter} {Cities}}, booktitle = {Modeling and {Processing} for {Next}-{Generation} {Big}-{Data} {Technologies}}, publisher = {Springer}, author = {Emaldi, Mikel and Pe\xf1a, Oscar and L\xe1zaro, Jon and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, pages = {443--472} }']

[u' @inproceedings{pena_labman:_2015, address = {Manchester, United Kingdom}, series = {Communications in {Computer} and {Information} {Science}}, title = {Labman: {A} {Research} {Information} {System} to {Foster} {Insight} {Discovery} {Through} {Visualizations}}, copyright = {\xa92015 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-24128-9 978-3-319-24129-6}, shorttitle = {Labman}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-24129-6_25}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-24129-6_25}, abstract = {Effective handling of research related data is an ambitious goal, as many data entities need to be suitably designed in order to model the distinctive features of different knowledge areas: publications, projects, people, events and so on. A well designed information architecture prevents errors due to data redundancy, outdated records or poor provenance, allowing both internal staff and third parties reuse the information produced by the research centre. Moreover, making the data available through a public, Internet accessible portal increases the visibility of the institution, fostering new collaborations with external centres. However, the lack of a common structure when describing research data might prevent non-expert users from using these data. Thus we present labman, a web-based information research system that connects all the actors in the research landscape in an interoperable manner, using metadata and semantic descriptions to enrich the stored data.', u'Labman presents different visualizations to allow data exploration and discovery in an interactive fashion, relying on humans\u2019 visual capacity rather than an extensive knowledge on the research field itself. Thanks to the visual representations, visitors can quickly understand the performance of experts, project outcomes, publication trajectory and so forth.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2015-09-21TZ}, booktitle = {Metadata and {Semantics} {Research}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Pe\xf1a, Oscar and Aguilera, Unai and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Garoufallou, Emmanouel and Hartley, Richard J. and Gaitanou, Panorea}, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Data analysis, Database Management, Information Storage and Retrieval, Linked Open Data, Research Information System, labman, visualization}, pages = {286--297} }']

[u" @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_archimedes_2015, address = {Azores, Portugal}, title = {Archimedes remote lab for secondary schools}, doi = {10.1109/EXPAT.2015.7463215}, abstract = {This paper presents a remote lab designed for teaching the Archimedes' principle to secondary school students, as well as an online virtual lab on the general domain of buoyancy. The Archimedes remote lab is integrated into WebLab-Deusto. Both labs are promoted for usage in frame of the Go-Lab European project.}, booktitle = {2015 3rd {Experiment} {International} {Conference} (exp.at'15)}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Mart\xednez-Pieper, Gabriel and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Dziabenko, Olga and Rodr\xedguez-Gil, Luis and Riesen, S. A. N. van and Anjewierden, Anjo and Kamp, E. T. and de Jong, Ton}, month = jun, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Archimedes remote lab, Archimedes' principle, Buoyancy, Engineering education, Go-Lab, Remote Laboratories, Secondary Schools, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {60--64} }"]

[u' @incollection{lopez-de-ipina_collaboration-centred_2015, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Collaboration-{Centred} {Cities} {Through} {Urban} {Apps} {Based} on {Open} and {User}-{Generated} {Data}}, copyright = {\xa92015 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-26400-4 978-3-319-26401-1}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-26401-1_19}, abstract = {This paper describes the IES Cities platform conceived to streamline the development of urban apps which combine heterogeneous datasets provided by diverse entities, namely, Government, citizens, sensor infrastructure and so on. Particularly, it focuses on the Query Mapper, a key component of this platform devised to democratize the development of Open Data based mobile urban apps. The advantages from the developers\u2019 perspective brought forward by IES Cities are evaluated by describing an exemplary urban app created on top of it. This work pursues the challenge of achieving effective citizen collaboration by empowering them to prosume urban data across time.}, language = {en}, number = {9454}, urldate = {2016-06-10TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}. {Sensing}, {Processing}, and {Using} {Environmental} {Information}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Aguilera, Unai and P\xe9rez, Jorge}, editor = {Garc\xeda-Chamizo, Juan M. and Fortino, Giancarlo and Ochoa, Sergio F.}, month = dec, year = {2015}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-26401-1_19}, note = {00000 }, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Computer Communication Networks, Computers and Society, Crowdsourcing, HTML5, Information Storage and Retrieval, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), Linked Data, Smart City, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, apps}, pages = {193--204} }']

[u' @article{moreno_novel_2015, title = {A {Novel} {Software} {Architecture} for the {Provision} of {Context}-{Aware} {Semantic} {Transport} {Information}}, volume = {15}, copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/15/6/12299}, doi = {10.3390/s150612299}, abstract = {The effectiveness of Intelligent Transportation Systems depends largely on the ability to integrate information from diverse sources and the suitability of this information for the specific user. This paper describes a new approach for the management and exchange of this information, related to multimodal transportation. A novel software architecture is presented, with particular emphasis on the design of the data model and the enablement of services for information retrieval, thereby obtaining a semantic model for the representation of transport information. The publication of transport data as semantic information is established through the development of a Multimodal Transport Ontology (MTO) and the design of a distributed architecture allowing dynamic integration of transport data. The advantages afforded by the proposed system due to the use of Linked Open Data and a distributed architecture are stated, comparing it with other existing solutions. The adequacy of the information generated in regard to the specific user\u2019s context is also addressed. Finally, a working solution of a semantic trip planner using actual transport data and running on the proposed architecture is presented, as a demonstration and validation of the system.}, language = {en}, number = {6}, urldate = {2016-02-16TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Moreno, Asier and Perallos, Asier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Onieva, Enrique and Salaberria, Itziar and Masegosa, Antonio D.}, month = may, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Intelligent Transportation Systems, Linked Open Data, Q1, context-aware computing, jcr2.245, multimodal transport information, semantic middleware}, pages = {12299--12322} }']

[u' @article{azkune_combining_2015, title = {Combining {Users}\u2019 {Activity} {Survey} and {Simulators} to {Evaluate} {Human} {Activity} {Recognition} {Systems}}, volume = {15}, copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/15/4/8192}, doi = {10.3390/s150408192}, abstract = {Evaluating human activity recognition systems usually implies following expensive and time-consuming methodologies, where experiments with humans are run with the consequent ethical and legal issues. We propose a novel evaluation methodology to overcome the enumerated problems, which is based on surveys for users and a synthetic dataset generator tool. Surveys allow capturing how different users perform activities of daily living, while the synthetic dataset generator is used to create properly labelled activity datasets modelled with the information extracted from surveys. Important aspects, such as sensor noise, varying time lapses and user erratic behaviour, can also be simulated using the tool. The proposed methodology is shown to have very important advantages that allow researchers to carry out their work more efficiently. To evaluate the approach, a synthetic dataset generated following the proposed methodology is compared to a real dataset computing the similarity between sensor occurrence frequencies. It is concluded that the similarity between both datasets is more than significant.}, language = {en}, number = {4}, urldate = {2015-04-13TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming}, month = apr, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Activity Recognition, Data analysis, Q1, Synthetic Dataset Generator, activity survey, evaluation methodology, intelligent environments, jcr2.048}, pages = {8192--8213} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_wcloud:_2015, address = {Bangkok, Thailand}, title = {{wCloud}: automatic generation of {WebLab}-{Deusto} deployments in the {Cloud}}, abstract = {Educational remote laboratories are software and hardware tools that allow students to remotely access real equipment located in universities as if they were in a hands-on-lab session. Since most remote labs share certain management tasks (authentication, Learning Analytics, scheduling, etc.), software systems implementing them on top of which remote labs could be implemented were developed and called Remote Lab Management Systems (RLMS). A key feature provided by certain RLMSs is sharing a remote laboratory between two systems deployed in two institutions. This way, it becomes possible to have multiple RLMS instances (which are pure software) in a Cloud environment, customized for different schools or universities. Each school would have its own RLMS, with all the management features (e.g., managing its own students), and in the end, the RLMS would connect to the RLMS which has the physical equipment. The focus of this contribution is to detail how this "RLMS as a Service" is being implemented in the case of WebLab-Deusto as part of the mCloud project, from a technical point of view.}, publisher = {IEEE}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Diego, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = feb, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Cloud Computing, Federation, Learning Analytics, OpenStack, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, mcloud, wCloud} }']

[u' @article{orduna_extensible_2015, title = {An {Extensible} {Architecture} for the {Integration} of {Remote} and {Virtual} {Laboratories} in {Public} {Learning} {Tools}}, volume = {10}, issn = {1932-8540}, doi = {10.1109/RITA.2015.2486338}, abstract = {Remote laboratories are software and hardware tools that allow students to remotely access real equipment located in universities. The integration of remote laboratories in learning tools (learning management systems, content management systems, or personal learning environments) has been achieved to integrate remote laboratories as part of the learning curricula. A cross-institutional initiative called gateway4labs has been created to perform this integration extensible to multiple remote laboratories in multiple learning tools. This contribution focuses on describing this initiative and, in particular, how opening it to public systems (where users do not need to be registered) produces new technical and organizational challenges due to the public availability of labs. In addition, this contribution shows integrations of systems that were not previously addressed in this initiative, such as PhET or ViSH, as well as a new approach for integrating supported laboratories in external specifications such as the smart device one through OpenSocial.}, number = {4}, journal = {Tecnologias del Aprendizaje, IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garbi-Zutin, Danilo and Govaerts, Sten and Lequerica, Irene and Bailey, Philip and Sancristobal, Elio and Salzmann, Christophe and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and DeLong, Kimberly and Gillet, Denis and Castro, Manuel and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garcia-Zubia, Javier}, month = oct, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Go-Lab, Remote Laboratories}, pages = {223--233} }']

[u' @article{ventura_security_2015, title = {Security analysis and resource requirements of group-oriented user access control for hardware-constrained wireless network services}, issn = {1367-0751, 1368-9894}, url = {https://academic.oup.com/jigpal/article-lookup/doi/10.1093/jigpal/jzv045}, doi = {10.1093/jigpal/jzv045}, language = {en}, urldate = {2018-05-14TZ}, journal = {Logic Journal of IGPL}, author = {Ventura, D. and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Catania, V. and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Naranjo, J.A.M. and Casado, L.G.}, month = oct, year = {2015}, keywords = {Q3, jcr.0.575}, pages = {jzv045} }']

[u' @inproceedings{rodriguez-gil_appcomposer_2015, address = {Tallinn, Estonia}, title = {The {AppComposer} {Web} {Application} for {School} {Teachers}: {A} {Platform} for {Translating} and {Adapting} {Educational} {Web} {Applications}}, abstract = {Developing educational apps that cover a wide range of learning contexts and languages is a challenging task. In this paper, we introduce the AppComposer Web app to address this issue. The AppComposer aims at empowering teachers to easily translate and adapt existing apps that fit their educational contexts. Developers do not need to provide extensive translations and configurations of their apps and can simply follow certain guidelines to make their apps translatable and adaptable by the AppComposer. Since the AppComposer makes use of the standard internationalization specification used by OpenSocial, even external apps can be translated without contacting the original developer.}, publisher = {IEEE}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Bollen, Lars and Govaerts, Sten and Holzer, Adrian and Gillet, Denis and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = mar, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {AppComposer, Go-Lab, Graasp, ISI, OpenSocial, educational technology, i18n} }']

[u" @inproceedings{casado-mansilla_close_2015, address = {Seoul, Republic of Korea}, title = {'{Close} the {Loop}': {An} {iBeacon} {App} to {Foster} {Recycling} {Through} {Just}-in-{Time} {Feedback}}, isbn = {978-1-4503-3146-3}, shorttitle = {'{Close} the {Loop}'}, url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=2702613.2732861}, doi = {10.1145/2702613.2732861}, abstract = {Contemporary micro-location technologies such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) show promise in enabling new experiences when interacting with physical spaces. An emerging BLE technology is iBeacons, with the retail sector pioneering their use to enhance shopping experiences. There is scope for the HCI sustainability community to explore the use of iBeacons to raise awareness around sustainability issues, particularly in public and communal spaces. This work presents embryonic research exploring the design of a prototype iBeacon-based sustainability application called 'Close-the-Loop'. The application builds on previous sustainability and just-in-time feedback research to encourage end-users to engage in recycling behaviours in a large university canteen space. Findings from a focus group and short ethnographic study provide design insights to further develop the prototype to increase engagement with appropriate recycling practices.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2015-04-23TZ}, publisher = {ACM Press}, author = {Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Foster, Derek and Lawson, Shaun and Garaizar, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2015}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Behaviour change, Just-in-time feedback, Micro-location technologies, Nudging, Recycling, Sustainability, iBeacons}, pages = {1495--1500} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_learning_2014, title = {Learning {Analytics} on federated remote laboratories: tips and techniques}, abstract = {A remote laboratory is a software and hardware tool which enables students to use real equipment -located in an educational institution- through the Internet. This way, students can experiment as if they were using the laboratories with their own hands. And, depending on the design, instructors can later see the results of these students. During the last decade, federation protocols to share remote laboratories have emerged. The focus of these protocols is to be make remote laboratories of one institution available in other in an automated manner, through institutional contracts. And these federation protocols usually rely on existing Remote Laboratory Management Systems (RLMS), which usually provide APIs for tracking student usage. At the same time, the interest on Learning Analytics is increasing. Learning Analytics focuses on the measurement and analysis of data about learners in their context. In the particular context of federated remote laboratories, new challenges arise: on the one hand, remote laboratories must be prepared to track insightful information from the student session so as to extract patterns, and on the other hand, the usage of a federated environment requires different degrees of anonymity. This contribution describes the new Learning Analytics dashboard of WebLab-Deusto, detailing what information can be extracted and how the usage of a RLMS simplifies the development of such tools in a federated environment.}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = apr, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Data analysis, ISI, Learning Analytics, Remote Laboratories, data mining, educational technology, la-weblab, learning technologies, mcloud, social network analysis, social networks} }']

[u' @article{orduna_towards_2014, title = {Towards federated interoperable bridges for sharing educational remote laboratories}, volume = {30}, issn = {0747-5632}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747563213001416}, doi = {10.1016/j.chb.2013.04.029}, abstract = {Educational remote laboratories are software and hardware tools that allow students to remotely access real equipment located in the university as if they were in a hands-on-lab session. Different initiatives have existed during the last two decades, and indeed toolkits (e.g. iLabs, WebLab-Deusto or Labshare Sahara) have been developed to ease their development by providing common management features (e.g. authentication or scheduling). Each of these systems was developed aiming particular constraints, so it could be difficult to migrate the labs built on top of one system to other. While there is certainly some overlap among these systems, with bridges among them they become complimentary. Given that these systems support web services based federation protocols for sharing labs, it is possible to achieve this goal, and share labs among different universities through different systems. The impact of this goal is that different institutions can increase the experiential activities of their students, potentially improving their learning goals. The focus is the integration of WebLab-Deusto labs inside the iLab Shared Architecture, as well as the integration of iLab batch labs inside WebLab-Deusto, detailing limitations and advantages of both integrations and showing particular cases.}, urldate = {2014-01-30TZ}, journal = {Computers in Human Behavior}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Bailey, Philip and DeLong, Kimberly and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = jan, year = {2014}, keywords = {Federation, ISI, Interoperability, JCR, JCR2.067, Q1, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, remote laboratories}, pages = {389--395} }']

[u' @article{gomez-goiri_otsopack:_2014, title = {Otsopack: {Lightweight} semantic framework for interoperable ambient intelligence applications}, volume = {30}, issn = {0747-5632}, shorttitle = {Otsopack}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747563213002148}, doi = {10.1016/j.chb.2013.06.022}, abstract = {In Ambient Intelligence environments machines proactively and transparently work on behalf of humans. The nature of these machines and the communication protocols they use is multifarious. Therefore, the applications running on top of them remarkably demand interoperability. The Triple Space Computing (TSC) paradigm addresses that problem by sharing information represented in a semantic format through a common virtual space. As long as application developers use standard ontologies, different applications using the same spaces will interact automatically. The focus of this paper is to present Otsopack, a fully distributed TSC middleware designed to meet the needs of mobile and resource constrained devices. Otsopack defines a simple HTTP interface for the TSC operations. This interface focuses on simplicity and modularity, so that two implementations that support different modules can still interact. To assess the middleware we provide time and load measurements, and we analyze two independent implementations.}, urldate = {2013-11-21TZ}, journal = {Computers in Human Behavior}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Diego, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jan, year = {2014}, keywords = {ISI, Internet of Things, JCR, JCR2.067, Q1, Space-based computing, Tuple space, Web of Things, ambient intelligence, otsopack, semantic web, thofu}, pages = {460--467} }']

[u' @inproceedings{david_ausin_probabilistic_2014, address = {Riva del Garda, Italy,}, title = {A {Probabilistic} {OWL} {Reasoner} for {Intelligent} {Environments}}, volume = {Vol-1259}, isbn = {urn:nbn:de:0074-1259-9}, abstract = {OWL ontologies have gained great popularity as a context modelling tool for intelligent environments due to their expressivity. However, they present some disadvantages when it is necessary to deal with uncertainty, which is common in our daily life and affects the de- cisions that we take. To overcome this drawback, we have developed a novel framework to compute fact probabilities from the axioms in an OWL ontology. This proposal comprises the definition and description of our probabilistic ontology. Our probabilistic ontology extends OWL 2 DL with a new layer to model uncertainty. With this work we aim to overcome OWL limitations to reason with uncertainty, developing a novel framework that can be used in intelligent environments.}, booktitle = {{URSW} 2014 {Uncertainty} {Reasoning} for the {Semantic} {Web}}, author = {David Aus\xedn and Diego L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a and Federico Castanedo}, month = oct, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {OWL, bayesian networks, intelligent environments, uncertainty} }']

[u' @inproceedings{aztiria_adapting_2014, address = {Shangai, China}, title = {Adapting user interfaces based on user preferences and habits}, url = {http://intenv.org/}, abstract = {In the last few years, an ecosystem of devices and heterogeneous services has emerged with a huge variety of capacities and characteristics. These new devices, along with applications and services, must be used to enhance the quality of life, making the users daily activities easier, as well as increasing their personal autonomy. In this sense, there is a clear need for creating interfaces that adapt themselves taking into account characteristics of the user, context, application and device. One of the aspects to consider when adapting interfaces is the set of preferences of the user. When using different applications or devices, each user has different preferences, mainly related to their limitations. For that, we have developed a system that discovers users preferences related to different devices and applications. The system discovers set-up parameters, as well as normal performance parameters.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 10th international conference on {Intelligent} {Environments} ({IE}14)}, author = {Aztiria, Asier and Castillejo, Eduardo and Almeida, Aitor and Lopez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, DYNUI, Data analysis, Human Computer Interaction, adaptative interfaces, intelligent environments, machine learning} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_towards_2014, address = {Porto, Portugal}, title = {Towards a {microRLMS} approach for shared development of remote laboratories}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2014.6784192}, abstract = {Educational remote laboratories are a software and hardware tool that allows students to remotely access real equipment located in universities as if they were in a handson-lab session. They have been used for almost two decades. And most remote labs use at least a subset of the following features: authentication (verifying who is the user), authorization (granting permissions to laboatories), scheduling (usually a queue or a calendar), user tracking (registering students activities), federation or administrative tools. Systems that provided these features in a uni\ufb01ed approach arose, called Remote Laboratory Management Systems (RLMSs). RLMS provide toolkits for making the development of remote labs easier: a remote lab developer uses one of these toolkits and all the features are automatically inherited. Furthermore, new versions of the same RLMS will provide new features. However, sometimes these RLMS do not allow remote lab developers to consume only certain features, implementing the rest themselves. This is a problem when integrating external laboratories, and increments the learning curve. The focus of this contribution is to describe a lighter approach based on multiple coupled small optional services called microRLMS.}, booktitle = {2014 10th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier}, month = feb, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Federation, RLMS, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, iLab Shared Architecture}, pages = {375--381} }']

[u' @article{garaizar_measuring_2014, title = {Measuring {Software} {Timing} {Errors} in the {Presentation} of {Visual} {Stimuli} in {Cognitive} {Neuroscience} {Experiments}}, volume = {9}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0085108}, doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0085108}, abstract = {Because of the features provided by an abundance of specialized experimental software packages, personal computers have become prominent and powerful tools in cognitive research. Most of these programs have mechanisms to control the precision and accuracy with which visual stimuli are presented as well as the response times. However, external factors, often related to the technology used to display the visual information, can have a noticeable impact on the actual performance and may be easily overlooked by researchers. The aim of this study is to measure the precision and accuracy of the timing mechanisms of some of the most popular software packages used in a typical laboratory scenario in order to assess whether presentation times configured by researchers do not differ from measured times more than what is expected due to the hardware limitations. Despite the apparent precision and accuracy of the results, important issues related to timing setups in the presentation of visual stimuli were found, and they should be taken into account by researchers in their experiments.}, number = {1}, urldate = {2014-01-09TZ}, journal = {PLoS ONE}, author = {Garaizar, Pablo and Vadillo, Miguel A. and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Matute, Helena}, month = jan, year = {2014}, keywords = {CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, Q1, jcr3.730, measuring, psychology}, pages = {e85108} }']

[u' @incollection{naranjo_extending_2014, series = {Advances in {Intelligent} {Systems} and {Computing}}, title = {Extending a {User} {Access} {Control} {Proposal} for {Wireless} {Network} {Services} with {Hierarchical} {User} {Credentials}}, copyright = {\xa92014 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-01853-9 978-3-319-01854-6}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-01854-6_61}, abstract = {We extend a previous access control solution for wireless network services with group-based authorization and encryption capabilities. Both the basic solution and this novel extension focus on minimizing computation, energy, storage and communications required at sensors so they can be run in very constrained hardware, since the computations involved rely on symmetric cryptography and key derivation functions. Furthermore, no additional messages between users and sensors are needed. Access control is based on user identity, group membership and time intervals.}, number = {239}, urldate = {2013-08-13TZ}, booktitle = {International {Joint} {Conference} {SOCO}\u201913-{CISIS}\u201913-{ICEUTE}\u201913}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Naranjo, Juan \xc1lvaro Mu\xf1oz and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Casado, Leocadio Gonz\xe1lez}, editor = {Herrero, \xc1lvaro and Baruque, Bruno and Klett, Fanny and Abraham, Ajith and Sn\xe1\u0161el, V\xe1clav and Carvalho, Andr\xe9 C. P. L. F. de and Bringas, Pablo Garc\xeda and Zelinka, Ivan and Quinti\xe1n, H\xe9ctor and Corchado, Emilio}, month = jan, year = {2014}, keywords = {Computational Intelligence, Internet of Things, Security, access control, ambient intelligence, group-based authorization, ubiquitous computing, wireless network services}, pages = {601--610} }']

[u' @inproceedings{latorre_review_2014, address = {Istanbul, Turkey}, title = {A review of webapp authoring tools for e-learning}, abstract = {The lack of tracking and storing capabilities for the results of web-based learning activities is an issue that remains unsolved. Transitions or interactions defined by teachers through a set of conditions still require programming skills that stay far beyond the desired final results. In addition to this, authoring tools should be powerful enough to let lecturers generate contents which are high-quality, interactive, and tuned to each student\u2019s cognitive preferences and progress. Availability and processing capabilities, or motivation, relevance, etc., must also be aspects to address in this context. For these reasons, this paper aims to review the existing web application authoring toolkits focusing on distance education. In particular, we analize their main features, requirements and issues, as well as the most promising areas for future improvemenst in this field.}, author = {Latorre, Miguel and Robles-Gomez, Antonio and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Sancristobal, Elio and Caminero, Agust\xedn and Tobarra, Llanos and Lequerica, Irene and Ros, Salvador and Hern\xe1ndez, Roberto and Castro, Manuel and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = apr, year = {2014}, note = {00000} }']

[u' @incollection{hervas_ariima:_2014, address = {Cham}, title = {{ARIIMA}: {A} {Real} {IoT} {Implementation} of a {Machine}-{Learning} {Architecture} for {Reducing} {Energy} {Consumption}}, volume = {8867}, isbn = {978-3-319-13101-6 978-3-319-13102-3}, shorttitle = {{ARIIMA}}, url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-13102-3_72}, abstract = {As the inclusion of more devices and appliances within the IoT ecosystem increases, methodologies for lowering their energy consumption impact are appearing. On this field, we contribute with the implementation of a RESTful infrastructure that gives support to Internet-connected appliances to reduce their energy waste in an intelligent fashion. Our work is focused on coffee machines located in common spaces where people usually do not care on saving energy, e.g. the workplace. The proposed approach lets these kind of appliances report their usage patterns and to process their data in the Cloud through ARIMA predictive models. The aim such prediction is that the appliances get back their next-week usage forecast in order to operate autonomously as efficient as possible. The underlying distributed architecture design and implementation rationale is discussed in this paper, together with the strategy followed to get an accurate prediction matching with the real data retrieved by four coffee machines.}, urldate = {2015-04-23TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}. {Personalisation} and {User} {Adapted} {Services}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Ventura, Daniela and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Armentia, Juan and Garaizar, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Catania, Vincenzo}, editor = {Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Lee, Sungyoung and Nugent, Chris and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {ARIMA Models, Eco-aware Everyday Things, Forecasting, Internet of Things, energy efficiency, linked-data-social-coffee-maker}, pages = {444--451} }']

[u' @article{orduna_leveraging_2014, title = {Leveraging {Non}-explicit {Social} {Communities} for {Learning} {Analytics} in {Mobile} {Remote} {Laboratories}}, volume = {20}, abstract = {When performing analytics on educational datasets, the best scenario is where the dataset was designed to be analyzed. However, this is often not the case and the data extraction becomes more complicated. This contribution is focused on extracting social networks from a dataset which was not adapted for this type of extraction and where there was no relation among students: a set of remote laboratories where students individually test their experiments by submitting their data to a real remote device. By checking which files are shared among students and submitted individually by them, it is possible to know who is sharing how many files with who, automatically extracting what students are bigger sources. While it is impossible to extract the full real social network of these students, all the edges found are clearly part of it. These relations can indeed be used as a new input for performing the analytics on the dataset.}, number = {15}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Almeida, Aitor and Ros, Salvador and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = dec, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Data analysis, Learning Analytics, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, data mining, jcr0.401, social networks, visualization}, pages = {2043--2053} }']

[u' @inproceedings{rodriguez-gil_opensocial_2014, address = {Athens}, title = {{OpenSocial} {Application} {Builder} and {Customizer} for {School} {Teachers}}, shorttitle = {{OpenSocial} {Application} {Builder} and {Customizer} for {School} {Teachers}}, abstract = {Nowadays, a large number of online laboratories are avail- able and deployed throughout the world. Most of them are sponsored by universities and often only used by their home institution, because they tend to be dedicated to the needs of their creators. However, in many cases these labs provide successful experiences and other teachers would wish to in- corporate them into their classroom activities and to embrace Learning-by-Experience methodologies. Currently, they cannot do that effectively without first tailoring the lab experience to their own teaching style and the educational background of their students. This can be a complicated affair, due the closed nature of many online labs and the steep learning curve of the few tools that allow customization. This paper describes the work on an application builder, named App Composer, which aims to make it easy for school teachers to create their own customized applications from existing ones. Different customization levels are provided, each one pow- ered by a different type of composer. For instance, teachers will be able to easily translate an application into a new language, or to start with a template and create a customized version of an application. The App Composer makes use of Graasp and OpenSocial \u2013 a widely-used, interoperable and open technology.}, language = {English}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Latorre, Miguel and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Robles-Gomez, Antonio and Sancristobal, Elio and Govaerts, Sten and Gillet, Denis and Lequerica, Irene and Caminero, Agust\xedn and Hern\xe1ndez, Roberto and Ros, Salvador and Castro, Manuel and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = jul, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Application Builder, Distance learning, Go-Lab, OpenSocial, Secondary Schools, Technology Enhanced Learning, UI}, pages = {3} }']

[u' @inproceedings{caminero_integration_2014, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {On the integration of remote laboratories in collaborative social media platforms}, isbn = {978-84-697-0350-2}, booktitle = {Proceedings of {TAEE} ({Tecnolog\xedas} {Aplicadas} a la {Ense\xf1anza} de la {Electr\xf3nica})}, author = {Caminero, Agust\xedn and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Lequerica, Irene and Robles-Gomez, Antonio and Sancristobal, Elio and Ros, Salvador and Castro, Manuel and Tobarra, Llanos and Hern\xe1ndez, Roberto and Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Zutin, Danilo}, month = jun, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Interoperability, LMS, LTI, OpenSocial, PLE, WebLab-Deusto, gateway4labs} }']

[u' @article{garaizar_presentation_2014, title = {Presentation {Accuracy} of the {Web} {Revisited}: {Animation} {Methods} in the {HTML}5 {Era}}, volume = {9}, shorttitle = {Presentation {Accuracy} of the {Web} {Revisited}}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0109812}, doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0109812}, abstract = {Using the Web to run behavioural and social experiments quickly and efficiently has become increasingly popular in recent years, but there is some controversy about the suitability of using the Web for these objectives. Several studies have analysed the accuracy and precision of different web technologies in order to determine their limitations. This paper updates the extant evidence about presentation accuracy and precision of the Web and extends the study of the accuracy and precision in the presentation of multimedia stimuli to HTML5-based solutions, which were previously untested. The accuracy and precision in the presentation of visual content in classic web technologies is acceptable for use in online experiments, although some results suggest that these technologies should be used with caution in certain circumstances. Declarative animations based on CSS are the best alternative when animation intervals are above 50 milliseconds. The performance of procedural web technologies based on the HTML5 standard is similar to that of previous web technologies. These technologies are being progressively adopted by the scientific community and have promising futures, which makes their use advisable to utilizing more obsolete technologies.}, number = {10}, urldate = {2016-02-16TZ}, journal = {PLoS ONE}, author = {Garaizar, Pablo and Vadillo, Miguel A. and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = oct, year = {2014}, note = {00007}, keywords = {Q1, jcr3.234}, pages = {e109812} }']

[u' @incollection{azkune_hybrid_2014, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {A {Hybrid} {Evaluation} {Methodology} for {Human} {Activity} {Recognition} {Systems}}, copyright = {\xa92014 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-13101-6 978-3-319-13102-3}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-13102-3_18}, abstract = {Evaluating human activity recognition systems usually implies following expensive and time consuming methodologies, where experiments with humans are run with the consequent ethical and legal issues. We propose a hybrid evaluation methodology to overcome the enumerated problems. Central to the hybrid methodology are surveys to users and a synthetic dataset generator tool. Surveys allow capturing how different users perform activities of daily living, while the synthetic dataset generator is used to create properly labelled activity datasets modelled with the information extracted from surveys. Sensor noise, varying time lapses and user erratic behaviour can also be simulated using the tool. The hybrid methodology is shown to have very important advantages that allow researchers carrying out their work more efficiently.}, language = {en}, number = {8867}, urldate = {2015-01-20TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}. {Personalisation} and {User} {Adapted} {Services}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming Luke}, editor = {Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Lee, Sungyoung and Nugent, Chris and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = jan, year = {2014}, note = {00001}, keywords = {Activity Annotation, Activity Recognition, Computers and Society, Data analysis, Evaluation, Synthetic Dataset Generator, intelligent environments}, pages = {92--99} }']

[u' @inproceedings{casado-mansilla_switch_2014, address = {Toronto, ON, Canada}, title = {To switch off the coffee-maker or not: that is the question to be energy-efficient at work}, copyright = {Copyright is held by the author/owner(s).}, isbn = {978-1-4503-2474-8}, shorttitle = {To switch off the coffee-maker or not}, url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=2559206.2581152}, doi = {10.1145/2559206.2581152}, abstract = {There are some barriers to reduce energy consumption in shared spaces where many people use common electronic devices (e.g. dilution of responsibility, the trade-off between comfort and necessity, absentmindedness, or the lack of support to foster energy-efficiency). The workplace is a challenging scenario since the economic incentives are not present to increase energy awareness. To tackle some of these issues we have augmented a shared coffee-maker with eco-feedback to turn it into a green ally of the workers. Its design rationale is twofold: Firstly, to make the coffee-maker able to learn its own usage pattern. Secondly, to communicate persuasively and in real-time to users whether it is more efficient to leave the appliance on or off during certain periods of time along the workday. The goal is to explore a human-machine team towards energy efficiency and awareness, i.e. whether giving the initiative to users to decide how to operate the common appliances, but being assisted by them, is a better choice than automation or mere informative eco-feedback.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2014-05-08TZ}, booktitle = {Extended {Abstracts} on {Human} {Factors} in {Computing} {Systems} ({CHI} 2014)}, publisher = {ACM New York, NY, USA \xa92014}, author = {Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Lopez-de-Armentia, Juan and Garaizar, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2014}, keywords = {Eco-aware Everyday Things, Energy-efficiency, Persuasive Technology, Sustainability, eco-feedback, linked-data-social-coffee-maker}, pages = {2425--2430} }']

[u' @article{valero_integration_2014, title = {Integration of {Multisensor} {Hybrid} {Reasoners} to {Support} {Personal} {Autonomy} in the {Smart} {Home}}, volume = {14}, copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/14/9/17313}, doi = {10.3390/s140917313}, abstract = {The deployment of the Ambient Intelligence (AmI) paradigm requires designing and integrating user-centered smart environments to assist people in their daily life activities. This research paper details an integration and validation of multiple heterogeneous sensors with hybrid reasoners that support decision making in order to monitor personal and environmental data at a smart home in a private way. The results innovate on knowledge-based platforms, distributed sensors, connected objects, accessibility and authentication methods to promote independent living for elderly people. TALISMAN+, the AmI framework deployed, integrates four subsystems in the smart home: (i) a mobile biomedical telemonitoring platform to provide elderly patients with continuous disease management; (ii) an integration middleware that allows context capture from heterogeneous sensors to program environment\xb4s reaction; (iii) a vision system for intelligent monitoring of daily activities in the home; and (iv) an ontologies-based integrated reasoning platform to trigger local actions and manage private information in the smart home. The framework was integrated in two real running environments, the UPM Accessible Digital Home and MetalTIC house, and successfully validated by five experts in home care, elderly people and personal autonomy.}, language = {en}, number = {9}, urldate = {2016-02-16TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Valero, Miguel \xc1ngel and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Chamizo, Juan Manuel Garc\xeda and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = sep, year = {2014}, note = {00002}, keywords = {Ambient Assisted Living, Q1, intelligent systems, jcr2.245, sensors networks, smart home}, pages = {17313--17330} }']

[u" @incollection{azkune_knowledge-driven_2014, series = {Advances in {Intelligent} {Systems} and {Computing}}, title = {A {Knowledge}-{Driven} {Tool} for {Automatic} {Activity} {Dataset} {Annotation}}, copyright = {\xa92015 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-11312-8 978-3-319-11313-5}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-11313-5_52}, abstract = {Human activity recognition has become a very important research topic, due to its multiple applications in areas such as pervasive computing, surveillance, context-aware computing, ambient assistive living or social robotics. For activity recognition approaches to be properly developed and tested, annotated datasets are a key resource. However, few research works deal with activity annotation methods. In this paper, we describe a knowledge-driven approach to annotate activity datasets automatically. Minimal activity models have to be provided to the tool, which uses a novel algorithm to annotate datasets. Minimal activity models specify action patterns. Those actions are directly linked to sensor activations, which can appear in the dataset in varied orders and with interleaved actions that are not in the pattern itself. The presented algorithm finds those patterns and annotates activities accordingly. Obtained results confirm the reliability and robustness of the approach in several experiments involving noisy and changing activity executions.}, language = {en}, number = {322}, urldate = {2014-11-19TZ}, booktitle = {Intelligent {Systems}'2014}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming}, editor = {Angelov, P. and Atanassov, K. T. and Doukovska, L. and Hadjiski, M. and Jotsov, V. and Kacprzyk, J. and Kasabov, N. and Sotirov, S. and Szmidt, E. and Zadro\u017cny, S.}, month = sep, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Activity Annotation, Activity Recognition, Data analysis, ISI, Knowledge-Driven, core-c, intelligent environments}, pages = {593--604} }"]

[u' @article{castillejo_ontology_2014, title = {Ontology {Based} {Model} for {Supporting} {Dynamic} and {Adaptive} {User} {Interfaces}}, volume = {30}, url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10447318.2014.927287#.VARoAWNkkhk}, doi = {10.1080/10447318.2014.927287}, abstract = {Adaptive user interfaces involves the design of dynamic interfaces whose main purpose is to present an adapted alternative to the user to ease the interaction. User\u2019s preferences, context situation and device\u2019s capabilities help these systems to adapt the interface to make the interaction more adequate to the current situation. Being aware of different characteristics of these entities is vital for reaching the main goals of these systems efficiently. To collect knowledge from these entities, it is necessary to design several formal models to help to organize and give meaning to the gathered data. In this paper, we analyse several literature solutions for modelling users, context and devices considering different approaches. We identify their advantages and drawbacks to finally propose a new ontology model which addresses the identified limitations.}, language = {en}, number = {10}, journal = {International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction}, author = {Castillejo, Eduardo and Almeida, Aitor and Lopez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = may, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Context modeling, DYNUI, Ontology, Q3, adaptative interfaces, context-aware, intelligent environments, jcr0.723}, pages = {771--786} }']

[u' @article{bravo_context-driven_2014, title = {Context-{Driven} {Human}\u2013{Environment} {Interaction} ({CdH}\u2013{E} {Interaction})}, volume = {26}, issn = {0953-5438, 1873-7951}, url = {http://iwc.oxfordjournals.org/content/26/2/103}, doi = {10.1093/iwc/iwt063}, language = {en}, number = {2}, urldate = {2016-02-16TZ}, journal = {Interacting with Computers}, author = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n}, month = mar, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Q3, jcr1.268}, pages = {103--104} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_generic_2014, address = {Madrid, Spain}, title = {Generic integration of remote laboratories in public learning tools: organizational and technical challenges}, isbn = {978-1-4799-3921-3}, abstract = {Educational remote laboratories are software and hardware tools that allow students to remotely access real equipment located in universities as if they were in a hands-on-lab session. Federations of these remote laboratories have existed for years, focused on allowing two universities to share their equipment. Additionally, the integration of remote laboratories in Learning Tools -LT- (Learning Management Systems, Content Management Systems or Personal Learning Environments) has been achieved in the past in order to integrate remote laboratories as part of the learning curricula, being part of the practice exercises or even as a tool of evaluation. An cross-institutional initiative called gateway4labs has been created to perform this integration through federation protocols. In this contribution, this initiative adds support for OpenSocial as a new protocol for Learning Tools (in particular, for EPFL Graasp), as well as for the iLab Shared Architecture (in addition to WebLab-Deusto and UNR FCEIA laboratories already supported). Supporting OpenSocial opens a number of new technical and organizational challenges since public labs should be supported without registering students, teachers or schools. The focus of this contribution is to show these challenges and how they are tackled in the proposed open source implementation.}, booktitle = {2014 {IEEE} {Frontiers} in {Education} {Conference} {Proceedings}}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Caminero, Agust\xedn and Lequerica, Irene and Zutin, Danilo and Bailey, Philip and Sancristobal, Elio and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Robles-Gomez, Antonio and Latorre, Miguel and DeLong, Kimberly and Tobarra, Llanos and Ros, Salvador and Castro, Manuel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier}, month = oct, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Federation, Go-Lab, Interoperability, LTI, OpenSocial, RLMS, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, gateway4labs, iLab Shared Architecture} }']

[u' @article{lopez-de-armentia_reducing_2014, title = {Reducing energy waste through eco-aware everyday things}, volume = {10}, issn = {1574-017x}, url = {http://www.hindawi.com/journals/misy/2014/956135/abs/}, doi = {10.3233/MIS-130172}, abstract = {Society wastes much more energy than it should. This produces tons of unnecessary CO\\_2 emissions. This is partly due to the inadequate use of electrical devices given the intangible and invisible nature of energy. This misuse of devices and energy unawareness is particularly relevant in public spaces (offices, schools, hospitals and so on), where people use electrical appliances, but they do not directly pay the invoice to energy providers. Embedding intelligence within public, shared appliances, transforming them into Eco-aware things, is valuable to reduce a proportion of the unnecessarily consumed energy. To this end, we present a twofold approach for better energy efficiency in public spaces: 1) informing persuasively to concerned users about the misuse of electronic appliances; 2) Customizing the operating mode of this everyday electrical appliances as a function of their real usage pattern. To back this approach, a capsule-based coffee machine placed in a research laboratory has been augmented. This device is able to continuously collect its usage pattern to offer feedback to coffee consumers about the energy wasting and also, to intelligently adapt its operation to reduce wasted energy. To this aim, several machine learning approaches are compared and evaluated to forecast the next-day device usage.}, number = {1}, journal = {Mobile Information Systems. IOS Press}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Armentia, Juan and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-P\xe9rez, Sergio and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jan, year = {2014}, keywords = {Coffee Machines, Eco-aware Everyday Things, Energy-efficiency, JCR1.789, Predictive Models, Q1, Smart Everyday Objects, Sustainability, eco-awareness, linked-data-social-coffee-maker, social devices}, pages = {79--103} }']

[u' @article{gomez-goiri_energy-aware_2014, title = {Energy-aware {Architecture} for {Information} {Search} in the {Semantic} {Web} of {Things}}, volume = {10}, issn = {1741-1106}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJWGS.2014.060252}, doi = {10.1504/IJWGS.2014.060252}, abstract = {Nowadays, not only computers or mobile phones are connected to the internet but also other devices such as cars or washing machines. In this way, these devices can form an ambient intelligence environment where they can share and provide information. The integration of such devices is difficult as they normally use different protocols. To overcome this problem, the Web of Things WoT initiative proposes to use well-established web standards to ease their communication. However, these devices still need to share data in different formats. For this reason, it is convenient to annotate data semantically in the WoT. Working with annotated data is expensive for devices which usually have limited capacity. In this paper, we propose a dynamic architecture to search semantically annotated data in the WoT. This architecture takes into account the reduced computational capacity and the limited energy autonomy of embedded devices.}, number = {2/3}, urldate = {2014-06-12TZ}, journal = {International Journal of Web and Grid Services}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Goiri, \xcd\xf1igo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = apr, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {HTTP, ISI, JCR1.615, Q1, Search, Web of Things, autonomy, energy, limited computation, limited devices, resource constrained devices, semantic web}, pages = {192--217} }']

[u' @article{lopez-de-armentia_making_2014, title = {Making social networks a means to save energy}, issn = {1084-8045}, shorttitle = {{JNCA}}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1084804514002276}, doi = {10.1016/j.jnca.2014.09.020}, abstract = {Energy consumption in the world has increased significantly in the last few decades, becoming an important issue nowadays. The eco-aware everyday things were devised to prevent the waste of energy resources in common areas where people often elude their responsibility about the energy consumption when using appliances of collective use, like printers, coffee makers, beamers and so on. These eco-appliances are able to improve their energy efficiency dynamically adapting their operation according to their usage patterns. This work proposes a further step, also aligned with devices\u05f3 automation, where everyday consumer devices are transformed into collaborative eco-aware everyday things. Taking advantage of the evolution of the Internet towards the Internet of Things and the Web as a universal communication mechanism both among humans-to-things and things-to-things, it is proposed to use Twitter as a communication channel for eco-aware appliances to share their usage patterns. Thus, other newly deployed similar devices in comparable environments can alleviate the cold-start problem, which is common in scenarios where usage learning is needed. To assess the effectiveness of this approach, a collaboration between three of these eco-aware devices has been simulated, giving place, encouragingly, to a higher energy reduction efficiency when compared with non-collaborative objects.}, urldate = {2015-01-07TZ}, journal = {Journal of Network and Computer Applications}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Armentia, Juan and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = oct, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Coffee machines, Collaborative eco-aware everyday things, Eco-aware everyday things, JCR1.772, Predictive models, Q1, Smart Everyday Objects, energy-efficiency, linked-data-social-coffee-maker, social devices} }']

[u' @article{castillejo_modeling_2014, title = {Modeling {Users}, {Context} and {Devices} for {Ambient} {Assisted} {Living} {Environments}}, volume = {14}, copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/14/3/5354}, doi = {10.3390/s140305354}, abstract = {The participation of users within AAL environments is increasing thanks to the capabilities of the current wearable devices. Furthermore, the significance of considering user\u2019s preferences, context conditions and device\u2019s capabilities help smart environments to personalize services and resources for them. Being aware of different characteristics of the entities participating in these situations is vital for reaching the main goals of the corresponding systems efficiently. To collect different information from these entities, it is necessary to design several formal models which help designers to organize and give some meaning to the gathered data. In this paper, we analyze several literature solutions for modeling users, context and devices considering different approaches in the Ambient Assisted Living domain. Besides, we remark different ongoing standardization works in this area. We also discuss the used techniques, modeled characteristics and the advantages and drawbacks of each approach to finally draw several conclusions about the reviewed works.}, language = {en}, number = {3}, urldate = {2014-03-18TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Castillejo, Eduardo and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Chen, Liming}, month = mar, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Ambient Assisted Living, DYNUI, Q1, UCADAMI, adaptive user interfaces, context modelling, context-aware, intelligent environments, jcr2.048, user adaptability}, pages = {5354--5391} }']

[u' @inproceedings{rodriguez-gil_graphic_2014, address = {Porto, Portugal}, title = {Graphic {Technologies} for {Virtual}, {Remote} and {Hybrid} laboratories: {WebLab}-{FPGA} hybrid lab}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2014.6784245}, abstract = {Nowadays virtual, remote and hybrid (with both virtual and real remote components) laboratories depend on a large stack of technologies, and are almost always webbased. However, still today those laboratories which require relatively advanced graphics (3D or even 2D graphics) often rely on non-standard components and browser plugins, such as Adobe Flash or Java Applets. These components were necessary because of the severe limitations that standard Web technologies have traditionally had in regard to graphics and RIAs (Rich Internet Applications). This paper analyzes two of the most common non-standard technologies that are still used today in remote laboratories. It also proposes two alternatives which make use of modern Web technologies (Canvas and WebGL). Additionally, it illustrates one of the proposed alternatives (WebGL) with an example: Weblab-FPGA-Watertank, a hybrid laboratory implemented at the University of Deusto under the WeblabDeusto RLMS (Remote Laboratory Management System), which lets users program a real FPGA device remotely to control a virtual environment. Users require only an up-todate browser and require no plugins whatsoever. The fullyfeatured virtual environment is rendered through WebGL. Finally, conclusions are drawn from the analysis and from the WebLab-FPGA-Watertank experience.}, booktitle = {2014 10th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = feb, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {3D, Canvas, FPGA, Hybrid labs, Remote Laboratories, Technology Enhanced Learning, WebGL, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {163--166} }']

[u' @article{aguilera_architecture_2014, series = {Special {Section}: {Distributed} {Solutions} for {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, title = {An architecture for automatic service composition in {MANET} using a distributed service graph}, volume = {34}, issn = {0167-739X}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167739X13002434}, doi = {10.1016/j.future.2013.07.021}, abstract = {Mobile ad hoc networks (MANET) are wireless networks characterized by the dynamic nature of their members. The creation of these networks occurs in an unplanned manner and as a response to the distribution of services at each moment of its lifetime. The topology of a MANET can rapidly change and, therefore, these networks require mechanisms which allow participant devices to communicate with each other in spite of their mobility. A MANET can be applied in those situations where the deployment of a network without a fixed infrastructure is required. This research proposes a new protocol for the automatic composition of services in MANETs based on the construction and maintenance of a distributed service graph-DSG. This graph makes it possible to obtain the dependencies which exist among different services provided by the network devices, during a network\u2019s lifetime, still responding to the changes which could arise. Later, this graph will be used during the composition process to reduce the time needed to locate valid solutions. Finally, the proposed architecture is fully implemented and evaluated using a network simulator, in order to gain knowledge about its advantages and limitations.}, urldate = {2014-07-23TZ}, journal = {Future Generation Computer Systems}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = may, year = {2014}, note = {00001}, keywords = {Automatic service composition, Distributed service graph, Integrated routing, MANET, Mobile ad hoc networks, Q1, Semantic compatibility, Software Engineering, automatic composition, distributed algorithm, jcr2.786, mobile ad hoc networks, service composition, ubiquitous computing}, pages = {176--189} }']

[u' @article{castillejo_modelling_2014, title = {Modelling users, context and devices for adaptive user interface systems}, volume = {10}, issn = {1742-7371}, url = {http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=17106435&show=abstract}, doi = {10.1108/IJPCC-09-2013-0028}, abstract = {Purpose \u2013 The purpose of this paper is to review the state-of-the-art in adaptive user interface systems by studying their historical development over the past 20 years. Moreover, this paper contributes with a specific model combining three main entities (users, context and devices) that have been demonstrated to be always represented in these environments. Novel concepts that should be taken into account in these systems are also presented.', u'Design/methodology/approach \u2013 The authors first provide a review and a comparison of current user interface adaptive systems. Next, the authors detail the most significant models and the set of techniques used to, finally, propose a novel model based on the studied literature.', u'Findings \u2013 Literature solutions for adaptive user interface systems tend to be very domain dependant. This situation restricts the possibility of sharing and exporting the information between such systems. Furthermore, the studied approaches barely highlight the dynamism of these models.', u'Originality/value \u2013 The paper is a review of adaptive user interface systems and models. Although there are several reviews in this area, there is a lack of research for modelling users, context and devices simultaneously in this domain. The paper also presents several significant concepts that should be taken into account to bring an adaptive and dynamic perspective to the studied models.}, language = {en}, number = {1}, urldate = {2014-03-10TZ}, journal = {International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications}, author = {Castillejo, Eduardo and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Context modeling, DYNUI, UCADAMI, User aware, adaptative interfaces, context-aware, intelligent environments, ontologies}, pages = {69--91} }']

[u' @inproceedings{ruiz-de-garibay_codesign-oriented_2014, address = {Birmingham, UK}, title = {Codesign-{Oriented} {Platform} for {Agile} {Internet} of {Things} {Prototype} {Development}}, abstract = {The Internet of Things offers a growing market open to new products. To be able to take advantages of this opportunity companies need to be able to quickly create prototypes of their products. Given the difficulties that the development of embedded devices presents, both on the hardware and software parts, it is a necessity to create tools that ease this process. In this paper we present a codesing-oriented platform that will help developers to create their prototypes in an agile manner. The presented platform simplifies the usage and integration of standardized peripherals and reduces the complexity of the development process. We also present a prototype created using the platform, showcasing its capabilities.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 3rd {International} {Workshop} on {Extending} {Seamlessly} to the {Internet} of {Things}}, author = {Ruiz-De-Garibay, Jonathan and Almeida, Aitor and Kados, Szilard and Garcia-Corcuera, Adolfo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Agile Development, Hardware/Software codesign, Internet of Things, embedded systems, thofu} }']

[u" @inproceedings{pena_visual_2014, address = {Nancy, France}, title = {Visual {Analysis} of a {Research} {Group}\u2019s {Performance} thanks to {Linked} {Open} {Data}}, abstract = {Managing data within a research unit is not a trivial task due to the high number of entities to deal with: projects, researchers, publications, attended events, etc. When all these data are exposed on a public website, the need to have it updated is fundamental to avoid getting an incorrect impression of the group's performance. As research centres websites are usually quite static, external documents are generated by managers, resulting in data redundancy and out-of-date records.", u"In this paper, we show our efforts to manage all these data using Labman, a web framework that deals with all the data, links entities and publishes them as Linked Open Data, allowing to get insightful information about the group's productivity using visual analytics and interactive charts.}, language = {English}, booktitle = {Linked {Data} for {Knowledge} {Discovery}}, author = {Pe\xf1a, Oscar and L\xe1zaro, Jon and Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipina, Diego}, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Data analysis, Data management, Linked Open Data, labman, linked data, visualization}, pages = {59--68} }"]

[u' @incollection{sixto_analysing_2013, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Analysing {Customers} {Sentiments}: {An} {Approach} to {Opinion} {Mining} and {Classification} of {Online} {Hotel} {Reviews}}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-38823-1 978-3-642-38824-8}, shorttitle = {Analysing {Customers} {Sentiments}}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-38824-8_38}, abstract = {Customer opinion holds a very important place in products and service business, especially for companies and potential customers. In the last years, opinions have become yet more important due to global Internet usage as opinions pool. Unfortunately , looking through customer reviews and extracting information to improve their service is a difficult work due to the large number of existing reviews. In this work we present a system designed to mine client opinions, classify them as positive or negative, and classify them according to the hotel features they belong to. To obtain this classification we use a machine learning classifier, reinforced with lexical resources to extract polarity and a specialized hotel features taxonomy.}, number = {7934}, urldate = {2013-09-18TZ}, booktitle = {Natural {Language} {Processing} and {Information} {Systems}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Sixto, Juan and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {M\xe9tais, Elisabeth and Meziane, Farid and Saraee, Mohamad and Sugumaran, Vijayan and Vadera, Sunil}, month = jan, year = {2013}, keywords = {Data analysis, ISI, NLP, Natural language processing, Social Data Mining, core-c, data mining, hotels, opinion mining, thofu}, pages = {359--362} }']

[u' @incollection{valero_knowledge_2013, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {A {Knowledge} {Based} {Framework} to {Support} {Active} {Aging} at {Home} {Based} {Environments}}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-03091-3 978-3-319-03092-0}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-03092-0_1}, abstract = {Information and Communication Technologies can support Active Aging strategies in a scenario like the Smart Home. This paper details a person centered distributed framework, called TALISMAN+, whose aim is to promote personal autonomy by taking advantage of knowledge based technologies, sensors networks, mobile devices and internet. The proposed solution can support an elderly person to keep living alone at his house without being obliged to move to a residential center. The framework is composed by five subsystems: a reasoning module that is able to take local decisions at home in order to support active aging, a biomedical variables telemonitorisation platform running on a mobile device, a hybrid reasoning middleware aimed to assess cardiovascular risk in a remote way, a private vision based sensor subsystem, and a secure telematics solution that guarantees confidentiality for personal information. TALISMAN+ framework deployment is being evaluated at a real environment like the Accessible Digital Home.}, number = {8277}, urldate = {2014-01-09TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living} and {Active} {Aging}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Valero, Miguel \xc1ngel and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Garc\xeda, Juan Manuel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and G\xf3mez, Ana}, editor = {Nugent, Christopher and Coronato, Antonio and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = jan, year = {2013}, keywords = {Active aging, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Computer Communication Networks, Information Storage and Retrieval, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, collaborative reasoning agents, sensors, smart home, software engineering}, pages = {1--8} }']

[u' @article{orduna_sharing_2013, title = {Sharing {Remote} {Labs}: {A} {Case} {Study}}, volume = {9}, url = {http://www.online-journals.org/index.php/i-joe/article/view/2348}, number = {S1}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garcia-Zubia, Javier}, year = {2013}, keywords = {Federation, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning}, pages = {pp--26} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_generic_2013, address = {Oklahoma City, OK, USA}, title = {Generic integration of remote laboratories in learning and content management systems through federation protocols}, doi = {10.1109/FIE.2013.6685057}, abstract = {Educational remote laboratories are a software and hardware tool that allows students to remotely access real equipment located in universities as if they were in a hands-on-lab session. Their integration in Content and Learning Management Systems (CMSs or LMSs) has been an active research topic for years, supporting mainly ad hoc solutions. A notable exception has been the use of federation protocols -commonly used for sharing laboratories from one university to other-, for actually sharing laboratories from a remote laboratory system to a C/LMS. This approach opened new doors in the simplification of the process, since it did not require the remote laboratories to make any type of change. The focus of this contribution is to provide a solution to decrease the number of functionalities required for creating an integration by providing a software component that reuses them. As shown in the contribution, this component has been implemented and two remote laboratory management systems (which provide access to multiple remote laboratories) are already supported, and a third one is under development. In the C/LMS side, all the LMSs supporting IMS LTI are supported, and HTTP APIs are provided for being supported by other systems. Indeed, the contribution describes its support in the Joomla CMS and in the Moodle 1.9 and dotLRN LMSs which do not support IMS LTI. The solution, called gateway4labs, is an open source initiative which targets to be used in production.}, booktitle = {2013 {IEEE} {Frontiers} in {Education} {Conference}}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Botero Uribe, Sergio and Hock Isaza, Nicol\xe1s and Sancristobal, Elio and Emaldi, Mikel and Pesquera Martin, Alberto and DeLong, Kimberly and Bailey, Philip and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Castro, Manuel and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = oct, year = {2013}, keywords = {CMS, Federation, Interoperability, Joomla, LMS, LTI, Moodle, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning, gateway4labs, iLab Shared Architecture}, pages = {1372--1378} }']

[u' @article{azkune_semantic_2013, title = {Semantic {Framework} for {Social} {Robot} {Self}-{Configuration}}, volume = {13}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/13/6/7004}, doi = {10.3390/s130607004}, number = {6}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Laiseca, Xabier and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Loitxate, Miguel and Azpiazu, Jon}, month = may, year = {2013}, keywords = {ACROSS, ISI, Q1, healthcare environments, jcr1.953, ontologies, self-configuration, social robots}, pages = {7004--7020} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_weblab-deployer:_2013, address = {Sydney, Australia}, title = {{WebLab}-{Deployer}: {Exporting} remote laboratories as {SaaS} through federation protocols}, shorttitle = {{WebLab}-{Deployer}}, url = {http://www.weblab.deusto.es/web/images/publications/rev2013_wcloud.pdf}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2013.6502911}, abstract = {During the last decade, remote laboratories have been extensively used as a primary learning tool in many universities around the world. However, today most of the remote laboratories are still only used by the same institution that provides or even develops them, or by direct partners in federated environments. There are two ways to support this type of federation: a) using a federated authentication system such as Shibboleth or b) installing a remote laboratory management system that supports federation natively. In both cases, the consumer institution must go through a process of deployment or complex configuration. This contribution explores providing access to laboratories using a Cloud Computing approach, considering the federated environments that do not have laboratories attached as a SaaS (Software as a Service) system. This approach not only makes adoption by other institutions easier, but also benefits from the existing features provided by Cloud Computing, such as elasticity to reuse the same resources for different institutions to balance the load.}, author = {Orduna, Pablo and Larrakoetxea, Xabier and Buj\xe1n, David and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Lopez de Ipina, Diego and Garcia-Zubia, Javier}, month = feb, year = {2013}, keywords = {Cloud Computing, Federation, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, mcloud, wCloud}, pages = {1--5} }']

[u' @article{martin_methodology_2013, title = {A {Methodology} and a {Web} {Platform} for the {Collaborative} {Development} of {Context}-{Aware} {Systems}}, volume = {13}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/13/5/6032}, doi = {10.3390/s130506032}, number = {5}, urldate = {2013-10-28TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Mart\xedn, David and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Alzua, Aurkene and Lamsfus, Carlos and Torres-Manzanera, Emilio}, month = may, year = {2013}, keywords = {Q1, context-aware, development methodology, domain expert, jcr1.953, toolkit}, pages = {6032--6053} }']

[u' @article{bujan_context_2013, title = {Context {Management} {Platform} for {Tourism} {Applications}}, volume = {13}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/13/7/8060}, doi = {10.3390/s130708060}, number = {7}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Buj\xe1n, David and Mart\xedn, David and Torices, Ortzi and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Lamsfus, Carlos and Abaitua, Joseba and Alzua-Sorzabal, Aurkene}, month = jun, year = {2013}, keywords = {Q1, context modelling, jcr1.953, knowledge representation and management, linked data, ontologies, open data, tourism}, pages = {8060--8078} }']

[u' @incollection{castillejo_user_2013, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {User, {Context} and {Device} {Modeling} for {Adaptive} {User} {Interface} {Systems}}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-03175-0 978-3-319-03176-7}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-03176-7_13}, abstract = {Personalization and self-customizable environments tend to increase user satisfaction. There are many approaches to face the problem of designing adaptive user interface systems. However, most of the reviewed solutions are very domain dependent. We identify users, context and devices as the most significant entities in adaptive user interface domains. This paper digs into several drawback related to these environments, remarking the incongruity and aggregation of context, and the entities interaction within adaptive user interfaces domains.}, number = {8276}, urldate = {2013-12-16TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}. {Context}-{Awareness} and {Context}-{Driven} {Interaction}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Castillejo, Eduardo and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Urzaiz, Gabriel and Ochoa, Sergio F. and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Chen, Liming Luke and Oliveira, Jonice}, year = {2013}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, DYNUI, UCADAMI, adaptive user interfaces, intelligent environments, user adaptability}, pages = {94--101} }']

[u' @incollection{almeida_approach_2013, series = {Communications in {Computer} and {Information} {Science}}, title = {An {Approach} to {Automatic} {Generation} of {Fuzzy} {Membership} {Functions} {Using} {Popularity} {Metrics}}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35878-4 978-3-642-35879-1}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35879-1_66}, abstract = {Creating membership functions for fuzzy system can be a difficult task for non-expert developers. This is even more difficult when the information available about the specific domain is limited. In our case, we wanted to create membership functions that model the different characteristics of mobile devices. Due to the lack of public data about the mobile phones sales it is difficult to estimate the market share of each device. To tackle this problem we have developed a mechanism that uses popularity metrics to estimate the market share and generate the membership functions. In this paper we describe the used algorithm and discuss the obtained results.}, number = {278}, urldate = {2013-09-19TZ}, booktitle = {Information {Systems}, {E}-learning, and {Knowledge} {Management} {Research}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sacrist\xe1n, Marcos}, editor = {Lytras, Miltiadis D. and Ruan, Da and Tennyson, Robert D. and Pablos, Patricia Ordonez De and Pe\xf1alvo, Francisco Jos\xe9 Garc\xeda and Rusu, Lazar}, month = jan, year = {2013}, keywords = {Data analysis, Fuzzy Logic, Google Trends, ISI, Mobile devices, Social Data Mining, WURFL, adaptative interfaces, piramide}, pages = {528--533} }']

[u' @inproceedings{sancristobal_widget_2013, address = {Berlin, Germany}, title = {Widget and smart devices. {A} different aproach for online learning scenarios}, doi = {10.1109/EduCon.2013.6530199}, abstract = {A vast number of learning content and tools can be found over Internet. Currently, most of them are ad-hoc solutions which are developed for a particular learning platform or environment. New concepts, such as Widgets, Smart devices, Internet of Thing and learning Clouds, are ideas whose goals is the creation of shareable online learning scenarios over different devices and environments.}, booktitle = {2013 {IEEE} {Global} {Engineering} {Education} {Conference} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Sancristobal, Elio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Tawfik, Mohamed and Garc\xeda, Felix and Dziabenko, Olga and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Salzmann, Christophe and Gillet, Denis and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Martinez-Mediano, Catalina and D\xedaz, Gabriel and Castro, Manuel}, month = mar, year = {2013}, keywords = {ISI, OpenSocial, Remote Laboratories, Widget, e-Learning}, pages = {808--812} }']

[u' @article{klein_analysis_2013, title = {Analysis of {Log} {File} {Data} to {Understand} {Mobile} {Service} {Context} and {Usage} {Patterns}}, volume = {2}, issn = {1989-1660}, url = {http://www.ijimai.org/journal/sites/default/files/files/2013/06/ijimai20132_3_2_pdf_26595.pdf}, doi = {10.9781/ijimai.2013.232}, abstract = {Several mobile acceptance models exist today that focus on user interface handling and usage frequency evaluation. Since mobile applications reach much deeper into everyday life, it is however important to better consider user behaviour for the service evaluation. In this paper we introduce the Behaviour Assessment Model (BAM), which is designed to gaining insights about how well services enable, enhance and replace human activities. More specifically, the basic columns of the evaluation framework concentrate on (1) service actuation in relation to the current user context, (2) the balance between service usage effort and benefit, and (3) the degree to which community knowledge can be exploited. The evaluation is guided by a process model that specifies individual steps of data capturing, aggregation, and final assessment. The BAM helps to gain stronger insights regarding characteristic usage hotspots, frequent usage patterns, and leveraging of networking effects showing more realistically the strengths and weaknesses of mobile services}, number = {3}, journal = {International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence}, author = {Klein, Bernhard and Pretel, Ivan and Vanhecke, Sacha and Lago, Ana B. and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = sep, year = {2013}, keywords = {Analysis, hci, mobile services}, pages = {15--22} }']

[u" @article{klein_user-aware_2013, title = {User-{Aware} {Location} {Management} of {Prosumed} {Micro}-services}, issn = {0953-5438, 1873-7951}, url = {http://iwc.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2013/08/06/iwc.iwt040}, doi = {10.1093/iwc/iwt040}, abstract = {The MUGGES mobile service prosuming platform aims at enabling user-aware service provision and consumption from the very mobile devices in a true peer-to-peer manner, still providing centralized support to user- and location-aware micro-service searching. Thus, users will not only provide contents but also launch and host services from their own mobile devices. Explorative field trials in Spain and Finland assessing the potential of the \u2018prosuming concept' were carried out for several weeks with students and IT professionals. The feedback gathered from end-users showed that the MUGGES proposed location concept eases service creation and consumption, although service provisioning from mobile devices is still in its infancy.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2013-10-28TZ}, journal = {Interacting with Computers}, author = {Klein, Bernhard and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Guggenmos, Christian and Velasco, Jorge P\xe9rez}, month = aug, year = {2013}, keywords = {Q1, collaborative content creation, content creation; user centered design contextual design, contextual design, jcr1.158, location based services, mugges, social content sharing, ubiquitous computing, user centered design}, pages = {iwt040} }"]

[u' @article{bravo_rfid_2013, title = {{RFID} breadcrumbs for enhanced care data management and dissemination}, volume = {17}, issn = {1617-4909, 1617-4917}, url = {http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00779-012-0557-7}, doi = {10.1007/s00779-012-0557-7}, abstract = {Conventionally, RFID tags are used to identify uniquely objects whose data can then be accessed over the network. This implies that the data storage capacity (up to 4K) of HF RFID has usually been neglected. In contrast, this work follows the data-on-tag approach, combining RFID and NFC technologies, with the aim of improving care data management in assistive environments. It analyzes the potential and feasibility of writing and reading small breadcrumbs of information at/from residents\u2019 RFID wristbands, as a solution to the inherent difficulties of gathering, processing and disseminating data within a multi-user, multi-stakeholder assistive environment such as a residence or a caring home. As a result of this, an AAL platform is extended to deploy what we have termed as the \u201cRFID breadcrumbing\u201d interaction metaphor.}, language = {en}, number = {6}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, journal = {Personal and Ubiquitous Computing}, author = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n}, month = aug, year = {2013}, keywords = {AAL, Computer Science, general, Human Computer Interaction, Intelligent Environments, NFC, Personal Computing, Q2, RFID, Real-time web, User interfaces, jcr1.133}, pages = {1095--1104} }']

[u' @article{castanedo_learning_2013, title = {Learning routines over long-term sensor data using topic models}, copyright = {\xa9 2013 Wiley Publishing Ltd}, issn = {1468-0394}, url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/exsy.12033/abstract}, doi = {10.1111/exsy.12033}, abstract = {Recent advances on sensor network technology provide the infrastructure to create intelligent environments on physical places. One of the main issues of sensor networks is the large amount of data they generate. Therefore, it is necessary to have good data analysis techniques with the aim of learning and discovering what is happening on the monitored environment. The problem becomes even more challenging if this process is performed following an unsupervised way (without having any a priori information) and applied over a long-term timeline with many sensors. In this work, topic models are employed to learn the latent structure and dynamics of sensor network data. Experimental results using two realistic datasets, having over 50 weeks of data, have shown the ability to find routines of activity over sensor network data in office environments.}, language = {en}, urldate = {2013-10-30TZ}, journal = {Expert Systems}, author = {Castanedo, Federico and de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego L\xf3pez- and Aghajan, Hamid K. and Kleihorst, Richard}, year = {2013}, keywords = {Q3, jcr0.769, sensor networks, topic models, unsupervised learning}, pages = {n/a--n/a} }']

[u' @article{almeida_method_2013, title = {A method for automatic generation of fuzzy membership functions for mobile device\u2019s characteristics based on {Google} {Trends}}, volume = {29}, issn = {0747-5632}, shorttitle = {Advanced {Human}-{Computer} {Interaction}}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747563212001550}, doi = {10.1016/j.chb.2012.06.005}, abstract = {While creating a framework for adaptive mobile interfaces for m-learning applications we found that in order to ease the use of our framework we needed to present the mobile device characteristics to non-expert users in a easy to understand manner. Using fuzzy sets to represent the characteristics of mobile devices, non-expert developers such as teachers or instructional designers can actively participate in the development or adaptation of the educational tools. To be able to automatically generate the fuzzy membership functions of the sets we needed the data of the mobile device market, regrettably this information is not publicly available. To tackle this problem we have developed a method to estimate the market share of each mobile device based on the popularity metrics recovered from Google Trends and then we use that estimated value as the input to generate the fuzzy set of each characteristic. The proposed method allows us to not only model the state of the market in different periods of time, but also to localize the results to adapt them to the mobile market of specific countries. In this paper we will describe the proposed algorithm and we will discuss the obtained results.}, number = {2}, urldate = {2013-01-16TZ}, journal = {Computers in Human Behavior}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sacrist\xe1n, Marcos}, month = mar, year = {2013}, keywords = {Characterization, Data analysis, Fuzzy, Google Trends, ISI, Membership functions, Mobile devices, Q1, Social Data Mining, data mining, jcr2.293, piramide}, pages = {510--517} }']

[u' @inproceedings{lopez-de-armentia_saving_2013, address = {Taichung, Taiwan}, title = {Saving {Energy} through {Collaborative} {Eco}-aware {Everyday} {Things}}, isbn = {978-0-7695-4974-3}, url = {http://ieee.164288.com/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?reload=true&arnumber=6603721}, doi = {10.1109/IMIS.2013.88}, abstract = {The reduction of energy waste in any of its forms and everywhere is a major challenge of our society. An important proportion of such waste is due to the misuse of consumer appliances of shared use in public areas (computers, printers, coffee makers,...}, language = {English}, urldate = {2013-09-20TZ}, booktitle = {The {Seventh} {International} {Conference} on {Innovative} {Mobile} and {Internet} {Services} in {Ubiquitous} {Computing}}, publisher = {IEEE Xplore}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Armentia, Juan and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2013}, keywords = {Coffee Machines, Eco-aware Everyday Things, Energy-efficiency, Predictive Models, Smart Everyday Objects, eco-awareness, linked-data-social-coffee-maker, smart, social devices}, pages = {489 -- 493} }']

[u' @article{lopez-de-ipina_preface_2013, title = {Preface to the special section on {Software} {Engineering} {Aspects} of {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} ({UCAmI} 2011)}, volume = {78}, issn = {0167-6423}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167642313000464}, doi = {10.1016/j.scico.2013.03.001}, number = {10}, urldate = {2013-10-28TZ}, journal = {Science of Computer Programming}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ochoa, Sergio F. and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = oct, year = {2013}, keywords = {Q3, Software Engineering, ambient intelligence, jcr0.568, ubiquitous computing}, pages = {1892--1894} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_exploring_2013, address = {Berlin, Germany}, title = {Exploring complex remote laboratory ecosystems through interoperable federation chains}, doi = {10.1109/EduCon.2013.6530259}, abstract = {An educational remote laboratory is a software and hardware tool that allows students to remotely access real equipment located in universities or educational centers. Federations of remote laboratories have existed for years: students of one university transparently access laboratories of other university through software systems that enable these contracts. However, traditionally these contracts have been defined in a \u201cone to one\u201d basis and both universities using the same remote laboratory management system. The focus of this contribution is to present different interoperable bridges among different remote laboratory systems and explore how they can be chained to build complex ecosystems of remote laboratories. The impact of this chaining is that, if successful, it would definitely contribute to the adoption of remote laboratories.}, booktitle = {2013 {IEEE} {Global} {Engineering} {Education} {Conference} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Lerro, Federico and Bailey, Philip and Marchisio, Susana and DeLong, Kimberly and Perreta, Emmanuel and Dziabenko, Olga and Angulo, Ignacio and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = mar, year = {2013}, keywords = {Federation, ISI, Interoperability, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning, iLab Shared Architecture}, pages = {1200--1208} }']

[u' @incollection{klein_emergency_2013, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Emergency {Event} {Detection} in {Twitter} {Streams} {Based} on {Natural} {Language} {Processing}}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-03175-0 978-3-319-03176-7}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-03176-7_31}, abstract = {Real-time social media usage is widely adapted today because it encourages quick spreading of news within social networks. New opportunities arise to use social media feeds to detect emergencies and extract crucial information about that event to support rescue operations. A major challenge for the extraction of emergency event information from applications like Twitter is the big mass of data, inaccurate or lacking metadata and the noisy nature of the post text itself. We propose to filter the real-time media stream by analysing posts seriousity, extract facts through natural language processing and group posts using a novel event identification scheme. Based on a manually tagged social media feed corpus we show that false or missed alarms are limited to posts with highly ambiguous information with less value for the rescue units.}, number = {8276}, urldate = {2014-01-09TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}. {Context}-{Awareness} and {Context}-{Driven} {Interaction}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Klein, Bernhard and Castanedo, Federico and Elejalde, I\xf1igo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Nespral, Alejandro Prada}, editor = {Urzaiz, Gabriel and Ochoa, Sergio F. and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Chen, Liming Luke and Oliveira, Jonice}, month = jan, year = {2013}, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Computer Communication Networks, Computers and Society, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, emergency detection, incremental clustering, natural language processing, social media mining, software engineering}, pages = {239--246} }']

[u' @inproceedings{sixto_enable_2013, address = {Coventry, UK}, title = {Enable tweet-geolocation and don\u2019t drive {ERTs} crazy! {Improving} situational awareness using {Twitter}}, volume = {1}, abstract = {When traditional communication services are down during an emergency event, Twitter has proven to provide first-hand information to emergency response teams. The lack of geotagged tweets complicates these teams labour when trying to pin-point the events on a map. A rapid identification of situational awareness on incidents may help reduce the number of casualties and damages thanks to an efficient management. In this paper, we present a new approach to improve geolocation accuracy in Twitter posts, relying on NLP techniques and online geolocation APIs, providing the most trusted event location from a Twitter stream.}, author = {Sixto, Juan and Pe\xf1a, Oscar and Klein, Bernhard and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego}, month = apr, year = {2013}, keywords = {Geolocation, Natural language processing, Situation awareness, Twitter, sabess}, pages = {27--31} }']

[u' @inproceedings{lopez-de-ipina_towards_2013, title = {Towards {Ambient} {Assisted} {Cities} and {Citizens}}, doi = {10.1109/WAINA.2013.203}, abstract = {Research on Smart Cities brings about ICT innovations towards aiding users in their daily activities, anticipating to their needs or suggesting service consumption towards a better vital experience. The city is a challenging environment for anybody elderly or with disabilities. Addressing these challenges so that elderly or disabled people encounter inclusive, friendlier, cities which are not frightening but supporting is the motivation of this work. Concretely, it lays out the ICT basis over which an ecosystem of user-centric urban apps aiding citizens in their daily activities may be assembled.}, booktitle = {2013 27th {International} {Conference} on {Advanced} {Information} {Networking} and {Applications} {Workshops} ({WAINA})}, author = {Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego and Klein, Bernhard and Vanhecke, S. and Perez-Velasco, J.}, year = {2013}, keywords = {Ambient intelligence, ICT innovation, Linked Data, ambient assisted cities, ambient assisted citizens, apps, assisted living, assistive, disabled people, ecosystem, elderly people, service consumption, smart cities, urban, user-centric urban apps}, pages = {1343--1348} }']

[u' @incollection{lopez-de-ipina_enabling_2013, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Enabling {Citizen}-{Empowered} {Apps} over {Linked} {Data}}, volume = {8276}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-03175-0 978-3-319-03176-7}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-03176-7_48}, abstract = {Smarter cities can be achieved by leveraging already available infrastructure such as Open Government Data and deployed sensor networks in cities, and, very importantly, citizens\u2019 participation through apps in their smartphones. This work contributes a platform, namely IES CITIES, with a two-fold aim: a) to facilitate the generation of citizen-centric apps that exploit urban data in different domains and b) to enable user supplied data to complement, enrich and enhance existing datasets about a city.}, number = {8276}, urldate = {2013-12-04TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}. {Context}-{Awareness} and {Context}-{Driven} {Interaction}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Vanhecke, Sacha and Pe\xf1a, Oscar and Mannens, Erik}, editor = {Urzaiz, Gabriel and Ochoa, Sergio F. and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Chen, Liming Luke and Oliveira, Jonice}, month = jan, year = {2013}, keywords = {Linked Data, Smart City, prosumer, provenance, trust}, pages = {370--373} }']

[u' @article{hervas_mobile_2013, title = {Mobile {Monitoring} and {Reasoning} {Methods} to {Prevent} {Cardiovascular} {Diseases}}, volume = {13}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/13/5/6524}, doi = {10.3390/s130506524}, number = {5}, urldate = {2013-09-19TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Fontecha, Jes\xfas and Aus\xedn, David and Castanedo, Federico and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = may, year = {2013}, keywords = {AAL, Ambient Assisted Living, CVD Risk, Mobile Monitoring, Q1, SWRL, Talisengine, java, jcr1.953, ontologies, sensors-basel, talisman+}, pages = {6524--6541} }']

[u' @article{naranjo_enabling_2013, title = {Enabling {User} {Access} {Control} in {Energy}-constrained {Wireless} {Smart} {Environments}}, volume = {19}, url = {http://www.jucs.org/jucs_19_17/enabling_user_access_control}, abstract = {This work introduces a novel access control solution for wireless network services in Internet of Things scenarios. We focus on a minimal use of computation, energy and storage resources at wireless sensors so as to address constrained devices: the proposed methods for key distribution and access control rely on extremely fast key derivation functions and, for the same reason, memory usage is reduced since keys are computed on the fly when needed. Our solution achieves privacy, authentication, semantic security, low energy, low computational demand and impacts mitigation of compromised devices on a simple manner. The access control provided is based on user identity and time intervals. We discuss these properties, compare our proposal to previous related work and provide experimental results that confirm its viability.}, number = {17}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science}, author = {Naranjo, Juan \xc1lvaro Mu\xf1oz and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Casado, Leocadio Gonz\xe1lez}, month = nov, year = {2013}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Internet of Things, JCR, Q3, Security, access control, ambient intelligence, jcr0.762, ubiquitous computing}, pages = {2490--2505} }']

[u' @incollection{otoom_real-time_2013, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {A {Real}-{Time} {Insulin} {Injection} {System}}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-03091-3 978-3-319-03092-0}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-03092-0_18}, abstract = {We develop a prototype for real-time blood sugar control based upon the hypothesis that there is a medical challenge in determining the exact, real-time insulin dose. Our system controls blood sugar by observing the blood sugar level and automatically determining the appropriate insulin dose based on patient\u2019s historical data all in real time. At the heart of our system is an algorithm that determines the appropriate insulin dose. Our algorithm consists of two phases. In the first phase, the algorithm identifies the insulin dose offline using a Markov Process based model. In the other phase, it recursively trains the web hosted Markov model to adapt to different human bodies\u2019 responsiveness.}, number = {8277}, urldate = {2014-01-09TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living} and {Active} {Aging}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Otoom, Mwaffaq and Alshraideh, Hussam and Almasaeid, Hisham M. and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, editor = {Nugent, Christopher and Coronato, Antonio and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = jan, year = {2013}, keywords = {AAL, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Computer Communication Networks, Diabetes, Information Storage and Retrieval, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), Insulin Management, Markov Processes, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Web Management, software engineering}, pages = {120--127} }']

[u" @inproceedings{emaldi_trust_2013, address = {Riva del Garda (Italy)}, title = {To trust, or not to trust: {Highlighting} the need for data provenance in mobile apps for smart cities}, shorttitle = {To trust, or not to trust}, url = {http://db.disi.unitn.eu/pages/VLDBProgram/pdf/IMMoA/paper7.pdf}, abstract = {The popularity of smartphones makes them the most suitable devices to ensure access to services provided by smart cities; furthermore, as one of the main features of the smart cities is the participation of the citizens in their governance, it is not unusual that these citizens generate and share their own data through their smartphones. But, how can we know if these data are reliable? How can identify if a given user and, consequently, the data generated by him/her, can be trusted? On this paper, we present how the IES Cities' platform integrates the PROV Data Model and the related PROV-O ontology, allowing the exchange of provenance information about user-generated data in the context of smart cities.}, urldate = {2013-09-23TZ}, author = {Emaldi, Mikel and Pe\xf1a, Oscar and L\xe1zaro, Jon and Vanhecke, Sacha and Mannens, Erik and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego, Diego}, year = {2013}, keywords = {iescities, linked data, mobile applications, ontologies, provenance, semantic web, smart cities} }"]

[u' @incollection{rocha_behaviour_2013, series = {Advances in {Intelligent} {Systems} and {Computing}}, title = {The {Behaviour} {Assessment} {Model} for the {Analysis} and {Evaluation} of {Pervasive} {Services}}, volume = {206}, isbn = {978-3-642-36980-3}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-36981-0_107}, abstract = {Several mobile acceptance models exist today that focus on user interface handling and usage frequency evaluation. Since mobile applications reach much deeper into everyday life, it is however important to better consider user behaviour for the service evaluation. In this paper we introduce the Behaviour Assessment Model (BAM), which is designed to gaining insights about how well services enable, enhance and replace human activities. More specifically, the basic columns of the evaluation framework concentrate on (1) service actuation in relation to the current user context, (2) the balance between service usage effort and benefit, and (3) the degree to which community knowledge can be exploited. The evaluation is guided by a process model that specifies individual steps of data capturing, aggregation, and final assessment. The BAM helps to gain stronger insights regarding characteristic usage hotspots, frequent usage patterns, and leveraging of networking effects showing more realistically the strengths and weaknesses of mobile services.}, booktitle = {Advances in {Information} {Systems} and {Technologies}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Klein, Bernhard and Pretel, Ivan and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Lago, Ana B. and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Rocha, \xc1lvaro and Correia, Ana Maria and Wilson, Tom and Stroetmann, Karl A.}, year = {2013}, keywords = {human-computer interaction, living lab, log data analysis, mobile services, service design, technological acceptance model, user acceptance}, pages = {1129--1140} }']

[u' @incollection{lopez-de-ipina_citizen-centric_2013, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Citizen-{Centric} {Linked} {Data} {Apps} for {Smart} {Cities}}, volume = {8276}, copyright = {\xa92013 Springer International Publishing Switzerland}, isbn = {978-3-319-03175-0 978-3-319-03176-7}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-03176-7_10}, abstract = {Open Government Data combined with dynamic data collected from either citywide sensor networks or apps running in citizens\u2019 smartphones offer ample potential for innovative urban services (apps) that realize Smarter Cities. This paper describes IES CITIES, a platform designed to facilitate the development of urban apps that exploit public data offered by councils and enriched by citizens. This solution addresses the needs of three main stakeholders in a city: a) citizens consuming useful data services in different domains but also contributing with complementary data to the city, b) companies leveraging the simple JSON-based RESTful API provided by IES CITIES to create novel urban apps, and c) the City Council, using the platform to publicize its urban datasets and track services assembled around them.}, number = {8276}, urldate = {2013-12-04TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}. {Context}-{Awareness} and {Context}-{Driven} {Interaction}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Vanhecke, Sacha and Pe\xf1a, Oscar and Nies, Tom De and Mannens, Erik}, editor = {Urzaiz, Gabriel and Ochoa, Sergio F. and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Chen, Liming Luke and Oliveira, Jonice}, month = jan, year = {2013}, keywords = {Linked Data, Smart City, Trust, provenance}, pages = {70--77} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_achieving_2012, address = {Rome, Italy}, title = {Achieving interoperability among educational remote laboratories}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Bailey, Philip and Hardison, James and DeLong, Kimberly and Harward, Judson}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Federation, Interoperability, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, iLab Shared Architecture} }']

[u' @article{alcarria_enabling_2012, title = {Enabling {Flexible} and {Continuous} {Capability} {Invocation} in {Mobile} {Prosumer} {Environments}}, volume = {12}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/12/7/8930}, doi = {10.3390/s120708930}, number = {12}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Alcarria, Ramon and Robles, Tomas and Morales, Augusto and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Aguilera, Unai}, month = jun, year = {2012}, keywords = {Q1, Software Engineering, communication paradigms, jcr1.953, prosumer, resource management, ubiquitous computing}, pages = {8930--8954} }']

[u' @inproceedings{almeida_inference_2012, title = {An inference sharing architecture for a more efficient context reasoning}, isbn = {978-1-4673-0906-6}, doi = {10.1109/PerComW.2012.6197630}, abstract = {In this paper we describe a distributed peer-to-peer agent architecture of context consumers and context providers. The objective of this architecture is to split the context reasoning problem into smaller parts in order to reduce the inference time. We describe how this inference sharing process works, partitioning the context information according to the interests of the agents, location and a certainty factor. We also discuss the system architecture, analyzing the negotiation process between the agents.}, booktitle = {2012 {IEEE} {International} {Conference} on {Pervasive} {Computing} and {Communications} {Workshops} ({PERCOM} {Workshops})}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, ambient intelligence, distributed reasoning, intelligent environments, jade, multi-agent systems, pervasive computing, phd, semantic inference, semantic technologies}, pages = {848--852} }']

[u' @article{lamsfus_context-based_2012, title = {Context-{Based} {Tourism} {Information} {Filtering} with a {Semantic} {Rule} {Engine}}, volume = {12}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/12/5/5273}, doi = {10.3390/s120505273}, number = {12}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Lamsfus, Carlos and Mart\xedn, David and Alzua-Sorzabal, Aurkene and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Torres-Manzanera, Emilio}, month = apr, year = {2012}, keywords = {Q1, context-awareness, digital broadcasting, jcr1.953, push technology, semantic-web, tourism}, pages = {5273--5289} }']

[u' @incollection{fontecha_new_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {A {New} {Approach} to {Prevent} {Cardiovascular} {Diseases} {Based} on {SCORE} {Charts} through {Reasoning} {Methods} and {Mobile} {Monitoring}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35394-9 978-3-642-35395-6}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35395-6_3}, abstract = {Nowadays, vital signs monitoring with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets is possible through Bluetooth-enabled biometric devices. In this paper, we propose a system to monitor the risk of cardiovascular diseases in Ambient Assisted Living environments through blood pressure monitoring and other clinical factors, using mobile devices and reasoning techniques based on the Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation Project (SCORE) charts. Mobile applications for patients and doctors, and a reasoning engine based on SWRL rules have been developed.}, number = {7657}, urldate = {2013-09-19TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living} and {Home} {Care}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Fontecha, Jes\xfas and Aus\xedn, David and Castanedo, Federico and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Rodr\xedguez, Marcela}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {Ambient Assisted Living, CVD Risk, ISI, IWAAL, Mobile Monitoring, OWL API, Reasoning, SWRL, Talisengine, android, java, talisman+}, pages = {17--24} }']

[u' @incollection{ausin_benchmarking_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Benchmarking {Results} of {Semantic} {Reasoners} {Applied} to an {Ambient} {Assisted} {Living} {Environment}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-30778-2 978-3-642-30779-9}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-30779-9_45}, abstract = {Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) environments and applications have been receiving a great amount of interest in recent years. The main reason of this interest is the increasing lifetime of elderly people. Our goal is to determine and clarify which combination of semantic reasoners and frameworks is the most suitable for building knowledge-driven smart environments. In particular, we are interested in the combination which provides a better computational performance and reasonable memory requirements. The obtained results show that the fastest choice under the employed dataset is to use the OWL API accessing the Pellet reasoner. On the other hand, the less memory consumption experiment is provided by a combination of HermiT and custom Java rules.}, number = {7251}, urldate = {2013-09-19TZ}, booktitle = {Impact {Analysis} of {Solutions} for {Chronic} {Disease} {Prevention} and {Management}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Aus\xedn, David and Castanedo, Federico and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Donnelly, Mark and Paggetti, Cristiano and Nugent, Chris and Mokhtari, Mounir}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {AAL, Ambient Assisted Living, HermiT, ICOST, ISI, OWL API, SWRL, Talisengine, benchmarking, java, jena, ontologies, pellet, reasoners, talisman+}, pages = {282--285} }']

[u" @inproceedings{klein_detection_2012, address = {Berlin, Heidelberg}, series = {{UCAmI}'12}, title = {Detection and extracting of emergency knowledge from twitter streams}, isbn = {978-3-642-35376-5}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_64}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_64}, abstract = {Increasingly, more important information is being shared through Twitter. New opportunities arise to use this tool to detect emergencies and extract crucial information about the scope and nature of that event. A major challenge for the extraction of emergency event information from Twitter is represented by the unstructured and noisy nature of tweets. Within the SABESS project we propose a combined structural and content based analysis approach. We use social network analysis to identify reliable tweets and content analysis techniques to summarize key emergency facts.}, urldate = {2013-09-23TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 6th international conference on {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer-Verlag}, author = {Klein, Bernhard and Laiseca, Xabier and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Nespral, Alejandro Prada}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Twitter, emergency detection, natural language processing, sabess, social network analysis}, pages = {462--469} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{rodriguez-gil_advanced_2012, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Advanced integration of {OpenLabs} {VISIR} ({Virtual} {Instrument} {Systems} in {Reality}) with {Weblab}-{Deusto}}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2012.6293150}, abstract = {During the last years, VISIR (Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality) has proved itself a useful tool for electronics remote experimentation, having been deployed in several different universities. As a domain-specific remote laboratory, VISIR offers those features which are required for its stand-alone usage, such as authentication, scheduling, user management, etc. Though for certain purposes this may be adequate, often it is more appropriate to offer VISIR as one kind of experiment among many, under a generic remote laboratories framework, such as WebLab-Deusto, MIT iLabs or Labshare Sahara. These frameworks provide integrated access to several different kinds of experiments, such as electronics, robotics, etc. Through this integration, a smooth experience can be provided to the user, and VISIR can benefit from all the functionality that the generic framework provides (common authentication, load-balancing, scheduling, etc). Efforts are currently being made to integrate VISIR with various laboratories. In this paper, we describe what the integration of VISIR with Weblab-Deusto involves; how certain VISIR-specific functionalities that depended on its original framework were handled, and how through Weblab-Deusto VISIR can easily gain certain new features. Some of those are the integration with different environments such as Facebook, or with Learning Management Systems such as Moodle. Another feature is collaboration among VISIR users, which makes it possible to share a VISIR circuit in real time. Furthermore, through this association VISIR gains new possibilities, such as federation.}, booktitle = {2012 9th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, VISIR, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning}, pages = {1--7} }']

[u' @incollection{castillejo_social_2012, address = {Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain}, title = {Social network analysis applied to recommendation systems: alleviating the cold-user problem}, shorttitle = {Social network analysis applied to recommendation systems}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_42}, abstract = {Recommender systems have increased their impact in the Internet due to the unmanageable amount of items that users can find in the Web. This way, many algorithms have emerged filtering those items which best fit into users\u2019 tastes. Nevertheless, these systems suffer from the same shortcoming: the lack of new user data to recommend any item based on their tastes. Social relationships gathered from social networks and intelligent environments become a challenging opportunity to retrieve data from users based on their relationships, and social network analysis provides the demanded techniques to accomplish this objective. In this paper we present a methodology which uses users\u2019 social network data to generate first recommendations, alleviating the cold-user limitation. Besides, we demonstrate that it is possible to reduce the cold-user problem applying our solution to a recommendation system environment.}, urldate = {2013-09-30TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer}, author = {Castillejo, Eduardo and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Data analysis, cold-user problem, collaborative filtering, recommendation systems, social network analysis, social networks, thofu}, pages = {306--313} }']

[u' @inproceedings{almeida_approach_2012, address = {Rome, Italy}, title = {An {Approach} to {More} {Reliable} {Context}-{Aware} {Systems} {By} {Assesing} {Ambiguity}: {Taking} {Into} {Account} {Indetermination} and {Vagueness} in {Smart} {Environments}}, isbn = {978-989-8565-00-6}, abstract = {Often context-aware systems consider the environment a defined element. Meanwhile reality is full of vagueness and uncertainty. Taking into account these aspects we can provide a more grounded and precise picture of the environment, creating context-aware systems that are more flexible and reliable. It also provides a more accurate inference process, making possible to consider the quality of the context data. In order to tackle this problem we have created an ontology that considers the ambiguity in smart environments and a data fusion and inference process that takes advantage of that extra information to provide better results.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2nd {International} {Conference} on {Pervasive} {Embedded} {Computing} and {Communication} {Systems} ({PECCS} 2012)}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = feb, year = {2012}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, Fuzzy Logic, Vagueness, ambient intelligence, data fusion, intelligent environments, ontologies, phd, semantic reasoning, uncertainty} }']

[u" @inproceedings{gomez-goiri_restful_2012, address = {New York, NY, USA}, series = {{WOT} '12}, title = {{RESTful} triple spaces of things}, isbn = {978-1-4503-1603-3}, url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2379756.2379761}, doi = {10.1145/2379756.2379761}, abstract = {The demand for Internet-enabled objects which expose their content in a RESTful and web compliant manner is increasing. Consequently, these objects have to face well-known problems from the web world. The lack of expressiveness and human orientation of the syntactically described capabilities and contents of those resources is one of these difficulties. The Semantic Web on the contrary interlinks each object's data to one another, enabling its automatic process to reveal possible new relationships and therefore enhancing the interoperability of semantic-enabled objects. In this work we present a semantically enabled Web of Things compliant HTTP interface for Internet-enabled objects which uses Triple Spaces (TS) as a basis. Specifically, we address the adoption of this paradigm by a wide range of resource constrained devices assessing the feasibility of our middle-ware solution, focusing both on the web and on the semantic aspects. Besides, we stress the degree of interoperability achieved by the applications made using RESTful TS by describing two scenarios where it could be used.}, urldate = {2012-10-15TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {Third} {International} {Workshop} on the {Web} of {Things}}, publisher = {ACM}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {ACROSS, HTTP, REST, Semantic Web, Web of Things, triple space computing}, pages = {5:1--5:6} }"]

[u" @inproceedings{lopez-de-armentia_fighting_2012, address = {Palermo, Italy}, title = {Fighting against {Vampire} {Appliances} through {Eco}-{Aware} {Things}}, isbn = {978-1-4673-1328-5}, url = {http://www.computer.org/csdl/proceedings/imis/2012/4684/00/4684a868-abs.html}, doi = {10.1109/IMIS.2012.112}, abstract = {This paper provides an overview of how Internet connected objects can lead to a social change towards energy efficiency in areas where people inhabit (cities, buildings or homes). For this aim it is proposed the use of social networks, like Twitter, as an interaction and communication channel between smart objects and human beings. The presented work demonstrates, by means of an experiment, how an augmented everyday object, i.e. a capsule-based coffee machine, may help to reduce the unnecessary consumed energy in electric appliances. The paper opens the discussion of the promising potential of combining people and future smart everyday objects teaming up to promote a more sustainable behaviour on the planet's behalf.}, booktitle = {The {Sixth} {International} {Conference} on {Innovative} {Mobile} and {Internet} {Services} in {Ubiquitous} {Computing}}, publisher = {IEEE Computer Society}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Armentia, Juan and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {arduino, eco-awareness, energy-efficiency, linked-data-social-coffee-maker, persuasive technology, smart everyday objects, social coffee, social devices, twitter}, pages = {868--873} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{gomez-goiri_otsopack:_2012, address = {Rome, Italy}, title = {Otsopack: {Lightweight} {Framework} for {Ambient} {Intelligence} {Applications}}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Diego, Javier}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Internet of Things, Web of Things, ambient intelligence, otsopack, thofu} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_exploring_2012, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Exploring students collaboration in remote laboratory infrastructures}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2012.6293159}, abstract = {Educational remote laboratories are a software and hardware tool that allows students to remotely access real equipment located in the university as if they were in a hands-on-lab session. Since the equipment used by students is real, it has associated costs: laboratory development, hardware used and maintenance costs. Given the remote nature of the remote laboratories, institutions can share these costs by sharing the access to the laboratories. In order to reduce the associated development and maintenance costs, as well as to reduce the overall costs by managing the sharing of laboratories in different institutions, software infrastructures and toolkits have arisen, such as the MIT iLab project, the Labshare Sahara project, or WebLab-Deusto. However, a particular feature seamlessly present on hands-on-lab sessions but not often present in remote laboratories sessions is direct collaboration among students. While collaboration at a particular laboratory level is generally supported -or can easily be implemented-, some features of remote laboratory management systems such as load balancing or federation might enter in conflict with collaboration. This paper is focused on discussing levels of adoption of collaboration in these remote laboratory management systems.}, booktitle = {2012 9th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Collaboration, Federation, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, VISIR, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning}, pages = {1--5} }']

[u' @incollection{almeida_resource_2012, address = {Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain}, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Resource {Recommendation} for {Intelligent} {Environments} {Based} on a {Multi}-aspect {Metric}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35376-5 978-3-642-35377-2}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_41}, abstract = {Intelligent environments offer information filled spaces. When trying to navigate among all the offered resources users can be overwhelmed. This problem is increased by the heterogeneous nature of resources in smart environments. Users must choose between a plethora of services, multimedia information, interaction modalities and devices. But at the same time the unique characteristics of smart spaces offers us more opportunities to filter these resources. To help users find the resource that they want and need we have designed a multi-aspect recommendation system that takes into account not only the features of the resource and the user, but also context data like the location and current activity. The developed system is flexible enough to be applied to different resource types and scenarios. In this paper we will describe the identified aspects and how they are merged into a single metric.}, number = {7656}, urldate = {2013-09-18TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sacrist\xe1n, Marcos and Diego, Javier}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Moya, Francisco}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence, Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, ISI, Intelligent Environments, accessibility, hotels, machine learning, markov chains, nearest neighbor, recommendation systems, thofu, weka}, pages = {298--305} }']

[u' @incollection{naranjo_lightweight_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Lightweight {User} {Access} {Control} in {Energy}-{Constrained} {Wireless} {Network} {Services}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35376-5 978-3-642-35377-2}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_5}, abstract = {This work introduces a novel access control solution for infrastructures composed of highly constrained devices which provide users with services. Low energy consumption is a key point in this kind of scenarios given that devices usually run on batteries and are unattended for long periods of time. Our proposal achieves privacy, authentication, semantic security, low energy and computational demand and device compromise impact limitation on a simple manner. The access control provided is based on user identity and time intervals. We discuss these properties and compare our proposal to previous related work.}, urldate = {2013-01-18TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Naranjo, Juan \xc1lvaro Mu\xf1oz and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Casado, L. G.}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Moya, Francisco}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {Computer Communication Networks, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), Internet of Things, Security, access control, ambient intelligence, software engineering, sustainability, wireless network services}, pages = {33--41} }']

[u' @inproceedings{almeida_aspect-based_2012, address = {Barcelona, Spain}, title = {An {Aspect}-{Based} {Resource} {Recommendation} {System} for {Smart} {Hotels}}, isbn = {978-1-61208-236-3}, abstract = {The number of resources (services, data, multimedia content, etc) available in Smart Spaces can ver overwhelming. Finding the desired resource can be a tedious and difficult task. In order to solve this problem, Smart Spaces contain much information that can be employed to filter these resources. Using the user context-data available in Smart Spaces can help refining and enhancing the recommendation process, providing more relevant results. To help users finding the most suitable resource we have developed a recommendation system that takes into account both user and resource features and context data like the location or current activity. This recommendation system is flexible enough to be applied to different types of resources and domains. In this paper we describe the resource aspects identified to be used in the recommendation system and how they are combined to create a metric that allows us to select the best resource for each situation.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of {The} {Sixth} {International} {Conference} on {Mobile} {Ubiquitous} {Computing}, {Systems}, {Services} and {Technologies}}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sacrist\xe1n, Marcos and Diego, Javier}, month = sep, year = {2012}, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence, Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, accessibility, core-c, intelligent environments, machine learning, markov chains, nearest neighbor, recommendation systems, thofu, weka} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_sharing_2012, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Sharing the remote laboratories among different institutions: {A} practical case}, shorttitle = {Sharing the remote laboratories among different institutions}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2012.6293178}, abstract = {The interest on educational remote laboratories has increased, as have the technologies involved in their development and deployment. These laboratories enable students to use real equipment located in the university from the Internet. This way, students can extend their personal learning experience by testing with real equipment what they are studying at home, or performing hands-on-lab sessions at night, on weekends or whenever the traditional laboratories are physically closed. A unique feature of remote laboratories when compared to traditional laboratories is that the distance of the student is not an issue, so remote laboratories can be shared with other schools or universities. In this contribution, authors present and discuss a widely spread remote laboratory (VISIR, present in 6 european universities + 1 in India) shared among 3 institutions (2 universities + 1 high school). During the exhibition, demonstration of the laboratories being shared will be shown.}, booktitle = {2012 9th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Orduna, P. and Rodriguez-Gil, L. and Lopez-de-Ipina, D. and Garcia-Zubia, J.}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Federation, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning}, pages = {1--4} }']

[u' @incollection{bravo_service_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Service {Composition} for {Mobile} {Ad} {Hoc} {Networks} {Using} {Distributed} {Matching}}, volume = {7656}, isbn = {978-3-642-35376-5}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_40}, language = {English}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Moya, Francisco}, year = {2012}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Computer Communication Networks, Computers and Society, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), MANET, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, distributed graph, distributed systems, mobile ad hoc networks, service composition, software engineering, ubiquitous computing}, pages = {290--297} }']

[u' @incollection{ausin_turambar:_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {{TURAMBAR}: {An} {Approach} to {Deal} with {Uncertainty} in {Semantic} {Environments}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35394-9 978-3-642-35395-6}, shorttitle = {{TURAMBAR}}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35395-6_45}, abstract = {Research community has shown a great interest in OWL ontologies as a context modeling tool for semantic environments. OWL ontologies are characterized by its expressive power and are based on description logics. However, they have limitations when dealing with uncertainty and vagueness knowledge. To overcome these caveats, some approaches have been proposed. This work presents a novel approach to deal with uncertainty in semantic environments, called TURAMBAR.}, number = {7657}, urldate = {2013-09-19TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living} and {Home} {Care}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Aus\xedn, David and Castanedo, Federico and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Rodr\xedguez, Marcela}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {ISI, IWAAL, OWL, OWL API, Talisengine, bayesian network, java, ontologies, pellet, probability, reasoners, talisman+, uncertainty}, pages = {329--337} }']

[u" @inproceedings{vega-barbas_smart_2012, address = {Washington, DC, USA}, series = {{IMIS} '12}, title = {Smart {Spaces} and {Smart} {Objects} {Interoperability} {Architecture} ({S}3OiA)}, isbn = {978-0-7695-4684-1}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/IMIS.2012.99}, doi = {10.1109/IMIS.2012.99}, abstract = {The presented work aims to contribute towards the standardization and the interoperability off the Future Internet through an open and scalable architecture design. We present S3OiA as a syntactic/semantic Service-Oriented Architecture that allows the integration of any type of object or device, not mattering their nature, on the Internet of Things. Moreover, the architecture makes possible the use of underlying heterogeneous resources as a substrate for the automatic composition of complex applications through a semantic Triple Space paradigm. Created applications are dynamic and adaptive since they are able to evolve depending on the context where they are executed. The validation scenario of this architecture encompasses areas which are prone to involve human beings in order to promote personal autonomy, such as home-care automation environments and Ambient Assisted Living.}, urldate = {2013-09-23TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2012 {Sixth} {International} {Conference} on {Innovative} {Mobile} and {Internet} {Services} in {Ubiquitous} {Computing}}, publisher = {IEEE Computer Society}, author = {Vega-Barbas, Mario and Casado-Mansilla, Diego and Valero, Miguel A. and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego and Bravo, Jose and Florez, Francisco}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Ambient Assisted Living, Internet of Things, Interoperability, Smart Everyday Object, personal autonomy}, pages = {725--730} }"]

[u" @incollection{li_parameter-based_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {A {Parameter}-{Based} {Service} {Discovery} {Protocol} for {Mobile} {Ad}-{Hoc} {Networks}}, volume = {7363}, isbn = {978-3-642-31637-1}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-31638-8_21}, abstract = {Application of traditional service discovery solutions to mobile ad-hoc networks is a challenging task due to their intrinsic dynamic nature and the absence of any central information manager. However, service discovery is a critical aspect of service oriented technologies, e.g. remote service execution or, particularly service composition. We propose a solution for service discovery in mobile ad-hoc networks which is based on the dissemination of information about services' parameters instead of service unique identifiers. Disseminated information is subsequently used during service search in order to reduce the number of propagated messages. In our solution, performed searches are maintained in the network until they are explicitly cancelled by source nodes. We also state that the usage of a shared taxonomy of parameter types reduces the number of propagated messages during dissemination and search. The proposed protocol has been fully implemented and tested using a network simulator.}, booktitle = {Ad-hoc, {Mobile}, and {Wireless} {Networks}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Li, Xiang-Yang and Papavassiliou, Symeon and Ruehrup, Stefan}, year = {2012}, keywords = {MANET, Mobile, Service discovery, ad-hoc, core-b, discovery, distributed systems, mobile ad-hoc networks, networks, parameter-based, service, taxonomy}, pages = {274--287} }"]

[u' @incollection{martin_situation-driven_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Situation-{Driven} {Development}: {A} {Methodology} for the {Development} of {Context}-{Aware} {Systems}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35376-5 978-3-642-35377-2}, shorttitle = {Situation-{Driven} {Development}}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_33}, abstract = {Several toolkits have been proposed in order to ease the development of context-aware systems, providing high-level programming interfaces to manage context data. One of the main tasks in the development of such systems is the definition of user situations that have to be identified by the system in order to adapt its behaviour. These situations are best defined by domain experts, but usually they do not have programming skills. Apart from that, there is a lack of methodologies to guide the development process. This paper presents a methodology based on the definition of situations that is designed to involve domain experts in the development process. This way, they can support programmers in the definition of the required situations. Also, a web-based platform has been implemented in order to manage context data without any programming skills. This way, domain experts can also configure the situations to be detected by the system.}, number = {7656}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Mart\xedn, David and Ipi\xf1a, Diego L\xf3pez de and Lamsfus, Carlos and Alzua, Aurkene}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Moya, Francisco}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Computer Communication Networks, Computers and Society, Context-Awareness, End-User Programming, Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet), Mobile Services, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, software engineering}, pages = {241--248} }']

[u' @incollection{emaldi_linkedqr:_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {{LinkedQR}: {Improving} {Tourism} {Experience} through {Linked} {Data} and {QR} {Codes}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35376-5 978-3-642-35377-2}, shorttitle = {{LinkedQR}}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_52}, abstract = {Since Sir Tim Berners-Lee announced the best practices to publish semantic data through the Web, Linked Data principles have been introduced into a wide variety of application domains. This usage of Linked Data eases the enrichment of offered data in a grade that the semantic data that not applies the Linked Data principles never would achieve. In this paper, we present LinkedQR, a tool to improve the collaboration between QR codes and Linked Data; and a case study based on the tourism sector located into an art gallery.}, number = {7656}, urldate = {2013-09-19TZ}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Emaldi, Mikel and L\xe1zaro, Jon and Laiseca, Xabier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Moya, Francisco}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, android, linked data, qr, smart cities, tourism, tourspheres}, pages = {371--378} }']

[u' @incollection{azkune_semantic_2012, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Semantic {Based} {Self}-configuration {Approach} for {Social} {Robots} in {Health} {Care} {Environments}}, copyright = {\xa92012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-35394-9 978-3-642-35395-6}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-35395-6_48}, abstract = {Health care environments, as many other real world environments, present many changing and unpredictable situations. In order to use a social robot in such an environment, the robot has to be prepared to deal with all the changing situations. This paper presents a robot self-configuration approach to overcome suitably the commented problems. The approach is based on the integration of a semantic framework, where a reasoner can take decisions about the configuration of robot services and resources. An ontology has been designed to model the robot and the relevant context information. Besides rules are used to encode human knowledge and serve as policies for the reasoner. The approach has been successfully implemented in a mobile robot, which showed to be more capable of solving not pre-designed situations.}, number = {7657}, urldate = {2014-01-29TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living} and {Home} {Care}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Azkune, Gorka and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Laiseca, Xabier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Loitxate, Miguel}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Rodr\xedguez, Marcela}, month = jan, year = {2012}, keywords = {ACROSS, Ambient Assisted Living, ISI, social robots, software engineering}, pages = {354--361} }']

[u' @inproceedings{martin_foundations_2012, title = {Foundations for a {Platform} to {Develop} {Context}-aware {Systems} by {Domain} {Experts}}, doi = {10.1109/TrustCom.2012.164}, abstract = {There are several toolkits in order to develop context-aware systems. Most of them are for programmers, providing high-level APIs in order to manage context data. Therefore, people that do not have programming skills but have the necessary knowledge about the application domain where the system is going to be deployed cannot participate in the development process. One of the main tasks in the development of context-aware systems is the definition of user situations, which are best defined by people with expertise in the application domain. The involvement of domain experts can improve the final product and it can speed up the development process. This article presents the theoretical foundations for a toolkit in order to promote the involvement of domain experts in the development of context-aware systems. Based on these requirements, a platform to develop such systems has been implemented and it has been validated with domain experts of the tourism domain.}, booktitle = {2012 {IEEE} 11th {International} {Conference} on {Trust}, {Security} and {Privacy} in {Computing} and {Communications} ({TrustCom})}, author = {Mart\xedn, David and Lamsfus, Carlos and Alzua, Aurkene and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {API, Cognition, Computer architecture, Context modeling, Data models, End-User Programming, Engines, Middleware, Mobile Services, Programming, Web of Things, application program interfaces, context, context data management, context-aware, context-aware system development, data handling, domain experts, expert systems, ubiquitous computing, user situations}, pages = {2029--2034} }']

[u" @inproceedings{orduna_using_2012, address = {Marrakech, Morocco}, title = {Using {LabVIEW} remote panel in remote laboratories: {Advantages} and disadvantages}, shorttitle = {Using {LabVIEW} remote panel in remote laboratories}, doi = {10.1109/EDUCON.2012.6201134}, abstract = {LabVIEW is a development environment from National Instruments, focused on the automation of processing and measuring equipment, and it is and has been for years a crucial tool in Educational Remote Laboratories. Three features are key for this success: a) a visual programming language called G, so developers don't need to work with traditional \u201ctext\u201d programming languages, therefore achieving a wider range of experiment developers; b) a strong industrial support and c) the \u201cRemote Panels\u201d, where the developer publishes the application automatically in a web browser. However, Remote Panels require a plug-in to run, not available for mobile devices neither all browsers in operating systems, and it clearly breaks with the ongoing web development trends, more interested in HTML5. This contribution shows how LabVIEW Remote Panels are used in Remote Laboratories, describing its inclusion in the WebLab-Deusto platform, and it describes the advantages and disadvantages of its use, comparing it with other existing approaches.}, booktitle = {2012 {IEEE} {Global} {Engineering} {Education} {Conference} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Irurzun, Jaime and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Gazzola, Fabricio}, year = {2012}, keywords = {HTML5, LabVIEW, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, distributed systems}, pages = {1--7} }"]

[u" @inproceedings{gomez-goiri_assessing_2012, title = {Assessing {Data} {Dissemination} {Strategies} within {Triple} {Spaces} on the {Web} of {Things}}, doi = {10.1109/IMIS.2012.120}, abstract = {The upcoming of the Web of Things initiative has improved the integration of Internet-connected devices through the standard HTTP protocol and other web techniques. Unfortunately, it usually defines the data shared by these devices in a syntactic level, showing a lack of expressiveness. During the last decade, the Semantic Web (SW) has aimed to solve these problems by adding logic to the Web to make it machine-understandable and by therefore enhancing the interoperability of the applications using it. The SW is used in the Triple Space Computing paradigm, which proposes a blackboard model where semantically described knowledge is shared between different devices in a completely Restful, and consequently WoT compliant, manner. This paradigm's shared blackboard can be implemented using many strategies, from centralized to completely distributed. In this work, we compare and analyze the behaviors of these two extreme cases in several simulations which try to represent common IoT scenarios. Finally, we propose an improvement of the completely distributed strategy by enabling the gossiping between devices.}, booktitle = {2012 {Sixth} {International} {Conference} on {Innovative} {Mobile} and {Internet} {Services} in {Ubiquitous} {Computing} ({IMIS})}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Internet connected devices, Semantic Web, Web of Things, assessing data dissemination strategies, blackboard model, data handling, hypermedia, p2p, standard HTTP protocol, triple space, triple space computing paradigm}, pages = {763 --769} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{ausin_measurement_2012, address = {Sof\xeda, Bulgaria}, title = {On the measurement of semantic reasoners in {Ambient} {Assisted} {Living} environments}, doi = {10.1109/IS.2012.6335195}, abstract = {The increasing lifetime and population of elderly people leads to a great amount of interest in Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) environments and applications. An AAL environment could be modeled by ontologies and using a semantic reasoner as a way to infer knowledge about the underlying context. An important question is to clarify the feasibility of employing a semantic reasoner in AAL applications. For this reason, in this work we present our results of a simulated AAL environment using a knowledge driven approach. Our aim is to determine and clarify which combination of semantic reasoners and frameworks is the most convenient for this task. In particular, we are interested in the combination which provides a better computational performance and reasonable memory requirements. The obtained results show that the fastest choice under the employed dataset is to use the OWL API accessing the Pellet reasoner. On other hand, the less used and committed memory consumption experiment is provided by a combination of HermiT and custom Java rules.}, booktitle = {Intelligent {Systems} ({IS}), 2012 6th {IEEE} {International} {Conference}}, author = {Aus\xedn, David and Castanedo, Federico and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {AAL, Ambient Assisted Living, HermiT, IS, IWAAL, OWL, SWRL, Semantic reasoners, Talisengine, ambient assisted living environments, core-c, inference mechanisms, java, jena, ontologies, pellet, talisman+}, pages = {082--087} }']

[u' @inproceedings{martin_web_2012, title = {A web platform and a methodology to promote a collaborative development of context-aware systems}, doi = {10.1109/WiMOB.2012.6379064}, abstract = {The development of services that use context data to personalize their behaviour is complex. Data coming from distributed and heterogeneous sources have to be acquired, processed and managed. One of the main tasks in the development process is the definition of user situations, which are best defined by people with expertise in the application domain that usually do not have technical skills. The existing context-aware development toolkits are for programmers, so nontechnical domain experts cannot participate in the development process. In order to solve this gap, this article presents a web-based platform to ease the development of context-aware services. The web front-end provides several dialogs in order to manage context data, involving the creation of the context model, the access to the defined context data sources and the definition of situations based on rules. A situation-driven methodology is also proposed in order to guide the development process based in the collaboration among programmers and domain experts. The paper describes the main functionalities of the platform, the development methodology and presents the results of the user evaluation tests that have been carried out.}, booktitle = {2012 {IEEE} 8th {International} {Conference} on {Wireless} and {Mobile} {Computing}, {Networking} and {Communications} ({WiMob})}, author = {Mart\xedn, David and Lamsfus, Carlos and Alzua, Aurkene and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {End-User Programming, Europe, Internet, Mobile Services, Personal Computing, User interfaces, Web of Things, Web platform, collaborative development, context, context data sources, context-aware development toolkits, context-aware middleware, context-aware services development, context-aware systems, distributed sources, groupware, heterogeneous sources, ubiquitous computing, user evaluation tests}, pages = {126--133} }']

[u' @inproceedings{castillejo_alleviating_2012, title = {Alleviating cold-user start problem with users\u2019 social network data in recommendation systems}, abstract = {The Internet and the Web 2.0 have radically changed the way of purchasing items, provoking the fall of geographic selling barriers all over the world. So large is the amount of data and items we can find in the Web that it turned out to be almost unmanageable. Due to this situation many algorithms have emerged trying to filter items for e-commerce users based in their tastes. In order to do this, these systems need information about the tastes of the users as input. This limitation is reduced as the users interaction with these systems increases. The main problem arises when new users enter a recommendation platform for the first time. The so called cold-start problem causes unsatisfactory random recommendations, which goes against these systems\u2019 purpose. Cold-start includes users entering new systems, items, and even new systems. This situation challenges for new ways of obtaining user data. Social networks can be seen as huge information databases sources, and social network analysis would help us to do it using different techniques. In this paper, we present a solution which uses social network user data to generate first recommendations, alleviating the cold-user limitation. Besides, we have demonstrate that it is possible to reduce the cold-user problem applying our solution in a recommendation system environment.}, author = {Castillejo, Eduardo and Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = aug, year = {2012}, keywords = {Data analysis, cold-user problem, collaborative filtering, recommendation systems, social network analysis, social networks, thofu} }']

[u' @article{almeida_assessing_2012, title = {Assessing {Ambiguity} of {Context} {Data} in {Intelligent} {Environments}: {Towards} a {More} {Reliable} {Context} {Managing} {System}}, volume = {12}, copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/}, shorttitle = {Assessing {Ambiguity} of {Context} {Data} in {Intelligent} {Environments}}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/12/4/4934}, doi = {10.3390/s120404934}, abstract = {Sensors, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal., Modeling and managing correctly the user context in Smart Environments is important to achieve robust and reliable systems. When modeling reality we must take into account its ambiguous nature. Considering the uncertainty and vagueness in context data information it is possible to attain a more precise picture of the environment, thus leading to a more accurate inference process. To achieve these goals we present an ontology that models the ambiguity in intelligent environments and a data fusion and inference process that takes advantage of that extra information to provide better results. Our system can assess the certainty of the captured measurements, discarding the unreliable ones and combining the rest into a unified vision of the current user context. It also models the vagueness of the system, combining it with the uncertainty to obtain a richer inference process.}, language = {en}, number = {4}, urldate = {2013-01-16TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = apr, year = {2012}, note = {Modeling and managing correctly the user context in Smart Environments is important to achieve robust and reliable systems. When modeling reality we must take into account its ambiguous nature. Considering the uncertainty and vagueness in context data information it is possible to attain a more precise picture of the environment, thus leading to a more accurate inference process. To achieve these goals we present an ontology that models the ambiguity in intelligent environments and a data fusion and inference process that takes advantage of that extra information to provide better results. Our system can assess the certainty of the captured measurements, discarding the unreliable ones and combining the rest into a unified vision of the current user context. It also models the vagueness of the system, combining it with the uncertainty to obtain a richer inference process.}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, Fuzzy logic, Q1, Vagueness, ambient intelligence, data fusion, inference, jcr1.739, ontologies, phd, semantic reasoning, uncertainty}, pages = {4934--4951} }']

[u" @inproceedings{casado-mansilla_will_2012, address = {Berlin, Heidelberg}, series = {{UCAmI}'12}, title = {Will eco-aware objects help to save the world?}, isbn = {978-3-642-35376-5}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_3}, doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-35377-2_3}, abstract = {Our society waste more energy than they should. This is mostly due to the inadequate use that human beings perform on electrical devices. The presented paper aims to justify that embedding intelligence within everyday objects is valuable to reduce the portion of unnecessary consumed energy which is due to human misusing. To such extend, we have augmented a capsule-based coffee machine which is placed in a work office to back our assumptions. Using this device we have devised an energy saving model that takes into consideration features like how and when workers use the appliance along the day. Additionally, we have simulated the model to demonstrate, through error metric comparison (measured in {\\textless}Literal{\\textgreater}KWh{\\textless}/Literal{\\textgreater} ), that a big amount of energy would be reduced if such intelligent systems were applied when compared with a baseline approach. Therefore, this paper contributes with a set of early, but promising, findings regarding how smart eco-aware objects can help to save energy in areas where people inhabit (cities, buildings or homes).}, urldate = {2013-09-23TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 6th international conference on {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer-Verlag}, author = {Casado-Mansilla, Diego and L\xf3pez-de-Armentia, Juan and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2012}, note = {00001}, keywords = {eco-awareness, energy-efficiency, linked-data-social-coffee-maker, smart everyday objects}, pages = {17--24} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{emaldi_short_2012, address = {Boston, MA}, series = {International {Workshop} on {Semantic} {Sensor} {Networks} 2012 ({SSN}2012)}, title = {Short {Paper}: {Semantic} {Annotations} for {Sensor} {Open} {Data}}, volume = {904}, abstract = {Since the creation of the Open Data Euskadi (ODE) initiative in 2009, one of its challenges has been the publication of government Open Data following the Linked Data principles. On the other hand, one of the challenges for the Semantic Sensor Web is the integration and fusion of data from heterogeneous sensor networks. In this short paper we present the efforts made at the Bizkaisense project on the alignment of different ontologies with the objective to fulfil these two challenges.}, booktitle = {Proc. of the 5th {International} {Workshop} on {Semantic} {Sensor} {Networks}}, publisher = {CEUR-WS}, author = {Emaldi, Mikel and L\xe1zaro, Jon and Aguilera, Unai and Pe\xf1a, Oscar and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2012}, keywords = {bizkaisense, linked data, ontologies, open data, opendataeuskadi, python, semantic sensor networks, semantic web}, pages = {115--120} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_sharing_2012, address = {Rome, Italy}, title = {Sharing {Laboratories} across {Different} {Remote} {Laboratory} {Systems}}, doi = {10.1109/ICALT.2012.137}, abstract = {An educational remote laboratory is a software and hardware tool that enables students to remotely access real equipment located in the university as if they were in a hands-on-lab session. In order to be able to increase the curricula of universities, software infrastructures and toolkits that make the development and maintenance of remote laboratories easier arose, such as the MIT iLab project, the Labshare Sahara project, or WebLab-Deusto. Making different systems collaborate at infrastructure level is highly desirable so as to successfully share laboratories with different characteristics. This contribution summarizes the integration of WebLab-Deusto laboratories inside the iLab Shared Architecture, as well as the integration of iLab batch laboratories inside WebLab-Deusto.}, booktitle = {2012 {IEEE} 12th {International} {Conference} on {Advanced} {Learning} {Technologies} ({ICALT})}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Bailey, Philip and Hardison, James and DeLong, Kimberly and Harward, Judson}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Federation, Interoperability, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, iLab Shared Architecture}, pages = {493--494} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_weblab-deusto-cpld:_2012, title = {{WebLab}-{Deusto}-{CPLD}: {Practical} {Experience}}, volume = {8}, number = {S1}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hernandez, Unai and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego and Rodriguez, Luis and Dziabenko, Olga and Canivell, Veronica}, year = {2012}, keywords = {CPLD, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Box, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {pp--17} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_modelling_2012, address = {Seattle, WA, USA}, title = {Modelling remote laboratories integrations in e-learning tools through remote laboratories federation protocols}, doi = {10.1109/FIE.2012.6462220}, abstract = {An educational remote laboratory is a software and hardware tool that allows students to remotely access real equipment located in the university as if they were in a hands-on-lab session. Federations of remote laboratories have existed for years: they are based on enabling two universities to exchange remote laboratories directly, without registering students of the latter on the former university. Integration of remote laboratories on Learning Management Systems (LMS) or Content Management Systems (CMS) have also been addressed in the past, enabling institutions to delegate the authentication or authorization of the experiments to the LMS/CMS. However, these integrations are usually achieved in an ad hoc way, integrating each particular laboratory to a LMS/CMS. This contribution studies the use of federation models to integrate remote laboratory management systems in LMS/CMSs, since both approaches (integrating a laboratory on an a external electronic learning tool, and integrating a laboratory on other laboratory) are essentially equivalent. The contribution defines two case studies to evaluate this approach, showing how this integration is achieved on a LMS (Moodle) and on a CMS (Joomla).}, booktitle = {Frontiers in {Education} {Conference} ({FIE}), 2012}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Sancristobal, Elio and Emaldi, Mikel and Castro, Manuel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = oct, year = {2012}, keywords = {CMS, Federation, ISI, Interoperability, Joomla, LMS, Moodle, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, gateway4labs, lms4labs}, pages = {1--6} }']

[u' @article{almeida_distributed_2012, title = {A {Distributed} {Reasoning} {Engine} {Ecosystem} for {Semantic} {Context}-{Management} in {Smart} {Environments}}, volume = {12}, issn = {1424-8220}, url = {http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/12/8/10208}, doi = {10.3390/s120810208}, abstract = {To be able to react adequately a smart environment must be aware of the context and its changes. Modeling the context allows applications to better understand it and to adapt to its changes. In order to do this an appropriate formal representation method is needed. Ontologies have proven themselves to be one of the best tools to do it. Semantic inference provides a powerful framework to reason over the context data. But there are some problems with this approach. The inference over semantic context information can be cumbersome when working with a large amount of data. This situation has become more common in modern smart environments where there are a lot sensors and devices available. In order to tackle this problem we have developed a mechanism to distribute the context reasoning problem into smaller parts in order to reduce the inference time. In this paper we describe a distributed peer-to-peer agent architecture of context consumers and context providers. We explain how this inference sharing process works, partitioning the context information according to the interests of the agents, location and a certainty factor. We also discuss the system architecture, analyzing the negotiation process between the agents. Finally we compare the distributed reasoning with the centralized one, analyzing in which situations is more suitable each approach.}, number = {8}, urldate = {2013-09-18TZ}, journal = {Sensors}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, Q1, ambient intelligence, distributed reasoning, intelligent environments, jade, jcr1.739, multi-agent systems, pervasive computing, phd, semantic inference, semantic technologies}, pages = {10208--10227} }']

[u' @book{bravo_ubiquitous_2012, title = {Ubiquitous {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} - 6th {International} {Conference}, {UCAmI} 2012, {Vitoria}-{Gasteiz},}, url = {http://www.springer.com/computer/database+management+%26+information+retrieval/book/978-3-642-35376-5}, abstract = {This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence, UCAmI 2012, held in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, in December 2012. The 70 research papers were ...}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, author = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Moya, Francisco}, month = dec, year = {2012}, keywords = {Computer Communication Networks, Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet), UCAmI 2012, Vitoria-Gasteiz} }']

[u' @article{gomez-goiri_semantic_2011, title = {A {Semantic} {Resource} {Oriented} {Middleware} for {Pervasive} {Environments}}, volume = {2011, Issue No. 1}, issn = {1684-5285}, url = {http://www.cepis.org/upgrade/media/UPGRADE_1_2011_Full1.pdf}, journal = {UPGRADE journal}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Emaldi, Mikel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Montoro-Manrique, Germ\xe1n and Haya-Coll, Pablo and Schnelle-Walka, Dirk}, month = feb, year = {2011}, keywords = {ISMED, jxta, semantic web, sunspot, triple space}, pages = {5--16} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_using_2011, title = {Using {VISIR}: {Experiments}, subjects and students}, volume = {7}, issn = {1861-2121}, number = {S2}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Gustavsson, Ingvar and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Orduna, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio and Rodriguez, Luis and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego}, year = {2011}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, Survey, VISIR}, pages = {11--14} }']

[u' @article{bravo_theme_2011, title = {Theme issue: \u201cubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence\u201d}, volume = {15}, issn = {1617-4909, 1617-4917}, shorttitle = {Theme issue}, url = {http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00779-010-0358-9}, doi = {10.1007/s00779-010-0358-9}, language = {en}, number = {4}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, journal = {Personal and Ubiquitous Computing}, author = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Fuentes, Lidia and Ipi\xf1a, Diego L\xf3pez de}, month = apr, year = {2011}, keywords = {Computer Science, Personal Computing, Q2, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, ambient intelligence, jcr1.133}, pages = {315--316} }']

[u' @incollection{almeida_adaptative_2011, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Adaptative {Applications} for {Heterogeneous} {Intelligent} {Environments}}, copyright = {\xa92011 Springer-Verlag GmbH Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-21534-6 978-3-642-21535-3}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-21535-3_1}, abstract = {As the device ecosystem in the intelligent environments becomes more complex, the need for supporting a wider range of devices becomes crucial. To address this challenge, this paper describes a framework, Imhotep, which can be used to develop mobile applications, easily adapting them to the constraints imposed by the user and device capabilities through a set of preprocessor directives. These directives are enhanced with concepts that are automatically adjusted to the current trends of mobile devices by using a fuzzy knowledge-eliciting reasoner.}, number = {6719}, urldate = {2013-09-25TZ}, booktitle = {Toward {Useful} {Services} for {Elderly} and {People} with {Disabilities}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sacristan, Marcos}, editor = {Abdulrazak, Bessam and Giroux, Sylvain and Bouchard, Bruno and Pigot, H\xe9l\xe8ne and Mokhtari, Mounir}, month = jan, year = {2011}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Fuzzy logic, Google Trends, ISI, Intelligent Environments, Social Data Mining, User interfaces, WURFL, adaptative interfaces, hci, piramide}, pages = {1--8} }']

[u" @inproceedings{lopez-de-ipina_blindshopping:_2011, address = {Berlin, Heidelberg}, series = {{ICOST}'11}, title = {Blindshopping: {Enabling} {Accessible} {Shopping} for {Visually} {Impaired} {People} {Through} {Mobile} {Technologies} (icost)}, isbn = {978-3-642-21534-6}, shorttitle = {Blindshopping}, url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2026187.2026232}, abstract = {BlindShopping is a mobile low-cost easily-deployable system devised to allow visually impaired people to do shopping autonomously within a supermarket. Its main contributions are: a) a user navigation component combining an RFID reader on the tip of a white cane and mobile technology, and b) a product recognition component that uses embossed QR codes placed on product shelves and an Android phone camera for their identification. Furthermore, it provides a web-based management component to easily configure the system, generating and binding barcode tags for product shelves and RFID tag markers attached to the supermarket floor.}, urldate = {2016-09-05TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 9th {International} {Conference} on {Toward} {Useful} {Services} for {Elderly} and {People} with {Disabilities}: {Smart} {Homes} and {Health} {Telematics}}, publisher = {Springer-Verlag}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Lorido, Tania and L\xf3pez, Unai}, year = {2011}, note = {00000}, keywords = {QR codes, blind, mobile computing, navigation, web-services}, pages = {266--270} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{emaldi_towards_2011, title = {Towards the {Integration} of a {Research} {Group} {Website} into the {Web} of {Data}}, abstract = {This work describes our efforts towards making the website of our research group, namely MORElab, comply with the principles of Linked Data. As a first attempt, we have made the information related to our research publications available in RDF. Such data is published according to the Bibliographic and Dublin Core Ontologies and interlinked with instance data of the FOAF and DBLP vocabularies. Our main contribution has been to adapt the Joomla! CMS so that it can be used for the automatic generation of the semantic metadata about publications.}, booktitle = {Tecnolog\xedas de {Linked} {Data} y sus aplicaciones en {Espa\xf1a}}, author = {Emaldi, Mikel and Buj\xe1n, David and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2011}, keywords = {joomla!, linked data, ontologies, php, semantic web} }']

[u' @incollection{laiseca_distributed_2011, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Distributed {Tracking} {System} for {Patients} with {Cognitive} {Impairments}}, copyright = {\xa92011 Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-21302-1 978-3-642-21303-8}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-21303-8_7}, abstract = {The increase of life expectancy has arisen new challenges related with the amount of resources required to attend elderly people with cognitive disabilities. These requirements, such as medical staff and financial resources, have been multiplied in the last years, and this tendency will continue in the forthcoming ones. In order to reduce these requirements, the introduction of new technologies will be a key aspect. In this paper we propose a test-question-based memory game that collects the answers given by patients and facilitates access to this information to caregivers and relatives.}, number = {6693}, urldate = {2013-08-13TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Laiseca, Xabier and Castillejo, Eduardo and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Aguado, Ester Gonz\xe1lez}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Villarreal, Vladimir}, month = jan, year = {2011}, keywords = {ACROSS, Biomedical Engineering, Health Informatics, ISI, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, cognitive impairments, elderly, memory game, triple space}, pages = {49--56} }']

[u' @inproceedings{alcarria_ubiquitous_2011, address = {Riviera Maya, Mexico}, title = {Ubiquitous {Capability} {Access} for {Continuous} {Service} {Execution} {Mobile} {Environments}}, isbn = {978-84-694-9677-0}, abstract = {Dynamic mobile environments are characterized by integrating a set of devices (sensors, actuators, intelligent terminals) whose availability continuously changes. In addition, these devices are heterogeneous in their technology, access protocols and in the format of the exchanged data. This paper proposes an architecture that allows continuous and ubiquitous access to capabilities, i.e. the functionality provided by these devices, to solve some of the problems associated to dynamic mobile environments. Focusing on the issue of continuous capability invocation, this work uses a set of software engineering patterns for defining the communication architecture, which support the most common types of resource access. Finally, a contribution to resource access management is described, through the implementation of two algorithms and their evaluation through two different use cases.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th {International} {Symposium} of {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} ({UCAMI} 2011)}, author = {Alcarria, Ramon and Aguilera, Unai and Robles, Tomas and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Morales, Augusto}, month = dec, year = {2011}, keywords = {Mobile, Service discovery, capability harmonization, dynamic capabilities, java me, mio} }']

[u' @incollection{chao_accessing_2011, title = {Accessing {Remote} {Laboratories} from {Mobile} {Devices}}, isbn = {978-1-60960-613-8 978-1-60960-614-5}, url = {http://www.igi-global.com/chapter/accessing-remote-laboratories-mobile-devices/53979}, abstract = {Remote Laboratories constitute a first order didactic resource in engineering faculties. Its use in mobile devices to increase the availability of the system is a challenge highly coupled to the requirements established by each experiment. This work presents the main strategies for adapting a Remote Laboratory to mobile devices, as well as the experience of a real Remote Laboratory, WebLab-Deusto, in this adaption. These strategies are analyzed and compared in order to detail what strategy is more suitable under certain situations.}, urldate = {2014-01-27TZ}, booktitle = {Open {Source} {Mobile} {Learning}: {Mobile} {Linux} {Applications}}, publisher = {IGI Global}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Irurzun, Jaime}, editor = {Chao, Lee}, month = jun, year = {2011}, keywords = {HTML5, Mobile, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, android} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_application_2011, title = {Application and user perceptions of using the {WebLab}-{Deusto}-{PLD} in technical education}, doi = {10.1109/FIE.2011.6143127}, abstract = {The paper shows the results of an integration of the remote laboratory WebLab-Deusto-PLD at the "Programmable Logic" course of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto (Spain). Presented herein is a technical overview of the laboratory, a description of access to it, and an analysis of the user experience derived from conducted surveys since 2004. The surveys\' analysis shows a correlation between two advantages of the remote experimentation: efficiency/usefulness and immersion/control. The prospective work includes an improving the WebLab-Deusto usability, an extension of the capabilities of the overall system and further its implementation in curricula.}, booktitle = {Frontiers in {Education} {Conference} ({FIE}), 2011}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio and Hernandez, Unai and Dziabenko, Olga and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis}, month = oct, year = {2011}, keywords = {CPLD, ISI, Learning Analytics, Survey, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {GOLC1--1--GOLC1--6} }']

[u' @article{orduna_adding_2011, title = {Adding {New} {Features} to {New} and {Existing} {Remote} {Experiments} through their {Integration} in {WebLab}-{Deusto}.}, volume = {7}, issn = {1861-2121}, number = {S2}, journal = {iJOE}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Irurzun, Jaime and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Gazzola, Fabricio and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2011}, keywords = {LabVIEW Remote Panels, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, Virtual Machines, WebLab-Deusto, distributed systems}, pages = {33--39} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_reusing_2011, address = {Brasov, Romania}, title = {Reusing requirements among remote experiments for their development and integration under {WebLab}-{Deusto}}, isbn = {978-3-8958-555-1}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Irurzun, Jaime and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jun, year = {2011}, keywords = {AJAX, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, distributed systems} }']

[u' @inproceedings{castanedo_building_2011, title = {Building an occupancy model from sensor networks in office environments}, doi = {10.1109/ICDSC.2011.6042929}, abstract = {The work presented here aims to answer this question: Using just binary occupancy sensors is it possible to build a behaviour occupancy model over long-term logged data? Sensor measurements are grouped to form artificial words (activities) and documents (set of activities). The goal is to infer the latent topics which are assumed to be the common routines from the observed data. An unsupervised probabilistic model, namely the Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA), is applied to automatically discover the latent topics (routines) in the data. Experimental results using real logged data of 24 weeks from an office building, with different number of topics, are shown. The results show the power of the LDA model in extracting relevant patterns from sensor network data.}, booktitle = {2011 {Fifth} {ACM}/{IEEE} {International} {Conference} on {Distributed} {Smart} {Cameras} ({ICDSC})}, author = {Castanedo, F. and Lopez-de-Ipina, D. and Aghajan, H. and Kleihorst, R.}, year = {2011}, keywords = {Latent Dirichlet Allocation, data mining}, pages = {1--6} }']

[u" @inproceedings{lopez-de-ipina_blindshopping:_2011, address = {Berlin, Heidelberg}, series = {{ICOST}'11}, title = {Blindshopping: {Enabling} {Accessible} {Shopping} for {Visually} {Impaired} {People} {Through} {Mobile} {Technologies}}, isbn = {978-3-642-21534-6}, shorttitle = {Blindshopping}, url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2026187.2026232}, abstract = {BlindShopping is a mobile low-cost easily-deployable system devised to allow visually impaired people to do shopping autonomously within a supermarket. Its main contributions are: a) a user navigation component combining an RFID reader on the tip of a white cane and mobile technology, and b) a product recognition component that uses embossed QR codes placed on product shelves and an Android phone camera for their identification. Furthermore, it provides a web-based management component to easily configure the system, generating and binding barcode tags for product shelves and RFID tag markers attached to the supermarket floor.}, urldate = {2016-09-05TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 9th {International} {Conference} on {Toward} {Useful} {Services} for {Elderly} and {People} with {Disabilities}: {Smart} {Homes} and {Health} {Telematics}}, publisher = {Springer-Verlag}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Lorido, Tania and L\xf3pez, Unai}, year = {2011}, note = {00019}, keywords = {QR codes, blind, mobile computing, navigation, web-services}, pages = {266--270} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_enabling_2011, address = {Amman (Jordan)}, title = {Enabling mobile access to {Remote} {Laboratories}}, doi = {10.1109/EDUCON.2011.5773154}, abstract = {Remote Laboratories constitute a first order didactic resource in engineering faculties. Their use from mobile devices to increase the availability of the experiments at the laboratory is a challenge highly coupled to the requirements established by each experiment. This paper will present and compare the main strategies for adapting a Remote Laboratory to mobile devices, as well as the experience of a real Remote Laboratory, WebLab-Deusto, in this adaptation.}, booktitle = {2011 {IEEE} {Global} {Engineering} {Education} {Conference} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Irurzun, Jaime and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis}, month = apr, year = {2011}, keywords = {AJAX, HTML5, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, android, m-learning, mobile learning}, pages = {312--318} }']

[u' @inproceedings{gomez-goiri_collaboration_2011, address = {Limerick, Ireland}, title = {Collaboration of sensors and actuators through {Triple} {Spaces}}, isbn = {978-1-4244-9290-9}, doi = {10.1109/ICSENS.2011.6127316}, abstract = {In recent years, projects and initiatives under Internet of Things have focused mainly on establishing connectivity in a variety of challenging and constrained networking environments. Hence, a promising next step should be to build interaction models on top of this network connectivity and thus focus on the application layer, i.e. how to achieve useful aggregated functionality out of these Internet-connected ecosystems of sensors and actuators. This work analyses the adoption of Triple Spaces coordination language by very heterogeneous and resource-constrained devices and outlines how its primitives can help to develop fully distributed and very decoupled scenarios.}, language = {English}, booktitle = {2011 {IEEE} {Sensors}}, publisher = {IEEE}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Ausin, David and Emaldi, Mikel and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego}, month = oct, year = {2011}, keywords = {Actuators, ISI, Internet, Internet of Things, Libraries, Resource description framework, Semantics, Sensors, Simple object access protocol, Temperature measurement, application layer, java, network connectivity, triple spaces coordination language}, pages = {651--654} }']

[u' @inproceedings{almeida_modelling_2011, address = {Riviera Maya, Mexico}, title = {Modelling and {Managing} {Ambiguous} {Context} in {Intelligent} {Environments}}, isbn = {978-84-694-9677-0}, abstract = {To achieve a more robust and flexible context data management, it is important to take into account aspects usually neglected, like the uncertainty and vagueness of the context data. By considering this information it is possible to attain a more precise picture of the environment, thus leading to a more accurate inference process. To achieve these goals we present an ontology that models the ambiguity in intelligent environments and a data fusion and inference process that takes advantage of that extra information to provide better results.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th {International} {Symposium} of {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} ({UCAMI} 2011).}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = dec, year = {2011}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, Fuzzy Logic, Vagueness, ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, ontologies, phd, semantic inference, uncertainty} }']

[u' @incollection{garcia-zubia_remote_2011, title = {Remote {Laboratories} and {Mobile} {Devices}}, isbn = {978-1-61735-436-6. 2011}, url = {http://www.infoagepub.com/products/Ubiquitous-Learning}, booktitle = {Ubiquitous {Learning}: {Strategies} for {Pedagogy}, {Course} {Design} and {Technology}}, publisher = {Information Age Publishing}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Irurzun, Jaime and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Kidd, Terry and Chen, Irene}, year = {2011}, keywords = {Mobile, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, android} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_using_2011, address = {Brasov, Romania}, title = {Using {VISIR} at the {University} of {Deusto}: experiments, subjects and students}, isbn = {978-3-8958-555-1}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Gustavsson, Ingvar and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis}, month = jun, year = {2011}, keywords = {Electronics, Remote Laboratories, Survey, VISIR}, pages = {244--247} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_weblab-deusto-cpld:_2011, address = {Lisbon, Portugal}, title = {{WebLab}-{Deusto}-{CPLD}: {A} {Practical} {Experience}}, isbn = {978-3-89958-278-9}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 1st {Experiment}@ {International} {Conference} exp.at2011}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = nov, year = {2011}, keywords = {CPLD, Remote Laboratories, Survey, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[u' @article{almeida_imhotep:_2011, title = {Imhotep: an approach to user and device conscious mobile applications}, volume = {15}, issn = {1617-4909}, shorttitle = {Imhotep}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00779-010-0359-8}, doi = {10.1007/s00779-010-0359-8}, abstract = {As the dependence on mobile devices increases, the need for supporting a wider range of users and devices becomes crucial. Elders and people with disabilities adopt new technologies reluctantly, a tendency caused by the lack of adaptation of these technologies to their needs. To address this challenge, this paper describes a framework, Imhotep, whose aim is to aid developers in the accessible application creation process, making the creation of user-centered applications easier and faster. Our framework allows to easily adapt the applications to the constraints imposed by the user capabilities (sensorial, cognitive, and physical capabilities) and device capabilities by providing a repository that will manage the compilation and deployment of applications that include a set of preprocessor directives in the source code. These directives are enhanced with concepts that are automatically adjusted to the current trends of mobile devices by using a Fuzzy Knowledge-Eliciting Reasoner. Our final goal is to increase the number of applications targeted to elders and people with disabilities providing tools that facilitate their development. The paper also describes the evaluation of both the accuracy of the fuzzy terms generated for mobile devices and the usability of the proposed platform.}, number = {4}, urldate = {2013-01-15TZ}, journal = {Personal Ubiquitous Comput.}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sacrist\xe1n, Marcos}, month = apr, year = {2011}, keywords = {Accessibility, Context-Aware Computing, Fuzzy logic, ISI, Q2, User aware, User interfaces, adaptative interfaces, android, intelligent environments, jcr1.554, mobile applications, piramide}, pages = {419--429} }']

[u" @inproceedings{gomez-goiri_complementarity_2011, address = {New York, NY, USA}, series = {{WoT} '11}, title = {On the complementarity of {Triple} {Spaces} and the {Web} of {Things}}, isbn = {978-1-4503-0624-9}, url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1993966.1993983}, doi = {10.1145/1993966.1993983}, abstract = {The Internet of Things (IoT) enables communication among real-world things and devices through Internet. So far, IoT research has focused on allowing such communication through different protocols and architectures. Some of these architectural approaches are Web of Things (WoT) and Triple Space (TS) which are both resource oriented architectures. This work analyses and compares both approaches and outlines the scenarios in which they will be more useful. Particularly, it outlines how some of the drawbacks of WoT in the discovery and cooperation aspects may be complemented by integrating with TS.}, urldate = {2013-08-13TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {Second} {International} {Workshop} on {Web} of {Things}}, publisher = {ACM}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2011}, keywords = {REST, Web of Things, resource oriented architecture, semantic web, triple space}, pages = {12:1--12:6} }"]

[u' @incollection{ausin_talisman+:_2011, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {{TALISMAN}+: {Intelligent} {System} for {Follow}-{Up} and {Promotion} of {Personal} {Autonomy}}, copyright = {\xa92011 Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-21302-1 978-3-642-21303-8}, shorttitle = {{TALISMAN}+}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-21303-8_26}, abstract = {The TALISMAN+ project, financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, aims to research and demonstrate innovative solutions transferable to society which offer services and products based on information and communication technologies in order to promote personal autonomy in prevention and monitoring scenarios. It will solve critical interoperability problems among systems and emerging technologies in a context where heterogeneity brings about accessibility barriers not yet overcome and demanded by the scientific, technological or social-health settings.}, number = {6693}, urldate = {2013-09-19TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Aus\xedn, David and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Valero, Miguel \xc1ngel and Fl\xf3rez, Francisco}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Villarreal, Vladimir}, month = jan, year = {2011}, keywords = {AAL, Ambient Assisted Living, Health Informatics, ISI, IWAAL, Talisengine, personal autonomy, reactive environment, talisman+}, pages = {187--191} }']

[u' @article{gomez-goiri_middleware_2011, title = {Middleware {Sem\xe1ntico} {Orientado} a {Recursos} para {Entornos} {Ubicuos}}, issn = {0211-2124}, number = {209}, journal = {Novatica journal}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Emaldi, Mikel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = feb, year = {2011}, keywords = {ISMED, jxta, semantic web, sunspot, triple space}, pages = {9--16} }']

[u' @incollection{gomez-goiri_easing_2011, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Easing the {Mobility} of {Disabled} {People} in {Supermarkets} {Using} a {Distributed} {Solution}}, copyright = {\xa92011 Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-642-21302-1 978-3-642-21303-8}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-21303-8_6}, abstract = {People\u2019s impairments cause a wide range of difficulties in everyday tasks. Particularly, handicapped people face many challenges both at home, but especially outside it, where their reduced mobility is a burden. Buying in a supermarket can be sometimes troublesome for them and so as to facilitate this task, a product locator application is proposed. This application runs on heterogeneous personal mobile devices keeping the user private information safe on them, and it locates the desired products over each supermarket\u2019s map.}, number = {6693}, urldate = {2013-08-13TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assisted} {Living}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and Castillejo, Eduardo and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Laiseca, Xabier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and F\xednez, Sergio}, editor = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and Herv\xe1s, Ram\xf3n and Villarreal, Vladimir}, month = jan, year = {2011}, keywords = {ACROSS, HTTP, Mobile devices, disability, distributed computing, mobility, semantic web, shopping, triple space}, pages = {41--48} }']

[u' @inproceedings{castillejo_distributed_2011, title = {Distributed {Semantic} {Middleware} for {Social} {Robotic} {Services}}, url = {http://www.morelab.deusto.es/publications/2011/eCastillejo_robot2011.pdf}, abstract = {Distributed architectures mean signi\ufb01cant bene\ufb01ts for many scenarios. However, they also entail dif\ufb01culties and problems because of their intrinsic nature. Moreover, these environments don\u2019t support any semantics by themselves, becoming necessary the implementation of additional solutions for knowledge representation and management. As a result, new troubles arise, as integration and management related. This work proposes the use of a Triple Spaces solution for integrating any semantic and distributed environment. Particulary, it outlines how two very different scenarios have been implemented under the Triple Spaces paradigm.}, urldate = {2013-09-30TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {III} {Workshop} de {Robtica}: {Robtica} {Experimental}, {Seville}, {Spain}}, author = {Castillejo, Eduardo and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Laiseca, Xabier and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and F\xednez, Sergio}, year = {2011}, keywords = {ACROSS, distributed computing, middleware, otsopack, robotics, semantic web}, pages = {28--29} }']

[u" @article{lopez-de-ipina_ambient_2010, title = {An {Ambient} {Assisted} {Living} {Platform} {Integrating} {RFID} {Data}-on-{Tag} {Care} {Annotations} and {Twitter}}, volume = {16}, issn = {ISSN: 0948-695X}, url = {http://www.jucs.org/doi?doi=10.3217/jucs-016-12-1521}, doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3217/jucs-016-12-1521}, abstract = {Although RFID is mainly used to identify objects whose data can then be accessed over the network, passive HF RFID tags do have significant data storage capacity (up to 4K), which can be utilised to store data rather than only IDs. This work explores the potential of storing, accessing and exploiting information on tags both, theoretically, by studying how much data can actually be stored in HF RFID tags, and practically, by describing an NFC-supported platform adopting the data-on-tag approach to improve data management in a care centre. Such platform illustrates two key aspects for AAL: a) RFID tags can serve as temporary repositories of care events whenever a continuous data link is not desirable and b) interactions between RFID wristbands worn by residents and care staff's NFC mobiles can improve care data management and keep relatives up-to-date with elderly people's evolution, through a Web 2.0 social service.}, language = {English}, number = {12}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and D\xedaz-de-Sarralde, Ignacio and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = jun, year = {2010}, keywords = {AAL, Ambient Assisted Living, IoT, Twitter, Web 2.0, jcr0.578, q4, rfid}, pages = {1521--1538} }"]

[u' @article{bravo_ambient_2010, title = {Ambient {Intelligence} {Vision}: {A} {Perspective}}, volume = {16}, issn = {0948-695X}, url = {http://www.jucs.org/jucs_16_12/ambient_intelligence_vision_a/abstract.html}, doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3217/jucs-016-12}, abstract = {It is time to put in practice the old visionary scenarios of AmI through real achievements. For that, it is necessary to concentrate in detailed and particular domains on solving all the past promises.}, language = {en}, number = {12}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science}, author = {Bravo, Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jun, year = {2010}, keywords = {AAL, Augmented Objects, ambient intelligence, jcr0.578, q4, ubiquitous computing}, pages = {1478--1479} }']

[u' @incollection{gomez-goiri_triple_2010, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {A {Triple} {Space}-{Based} {Semantic} {Distributed} {Middleware} for {Internet} of {Things}}, volume = {6385}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-16985-4_43}, booktitle = {Current {Trends} in {Web} {Engineering}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin / Heidelberg}, author = {G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Daniel, Florian and Facca, Federico}, month = sep, year = {2010}, note = {10.1007/978-3-642-16985-4\\_43}, keywords = {Embedded, ISMED, Mobile, jxta, semantic, semantic web, triplespaces, ubiquitous}, pages = {447--458} }']

[u' @inproceedings{aguilera_continuous_2010, address = {Valencia, Spain}, title = {Continuous service execution in mobile prosumer environments}, abstract = {The vision of Ubiquitous Computing presents special requirements in mobile prosumer environments. Users have the possibility to create and provide their own services to others. Due to mobility, resources used to provide their services change and disappear continuously causing the disruption of the execution and the consumption process. This paper proposes an architecture for mobile service prosuming which tackles the previous problems. It provides a decoupled vision of the different participants in the prosumer environment using various concepts: services, components and capabilities. These concepts enable a dynamic and continuous resolution process during prosuming and also the creation of composite services. This work presents an architecture for mobile devices which supports continuous service execution in a prosumer environment also including composite services. Components are resolved with available capabilities which are selected using restrictions performing a matching process. Due to the heterogeneity of computational resources in mobile devices, a dual approach for matching is proposed: semantic for powerful devices, and syntactic for limited ones.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 4th {Symposium} of {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} ({UCAMI} 2010)}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and de las Heras, Rafael}, month = sep, year = {2010}, keywords = {Mobile, Service discovery, capability harmonization, dynamic capabilities, java me, mio}, pages = {229--238} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_identifying_2010, address = {Valencia, Spain}, title = {Identifying {Security} {Issues} in the {Semantic} {Web}: {Injection} attacks in the {Semantic} {Query} {Languages}}, isbn = {978-84-92812-59-2}, booktitle = {Actas de las {VI} {Jornadas} {Cient\xedfico}-{T\xe9cnicas} en {Servicios} {Web} y {SOA}}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Almeida, Aitor and Aguilera, Unai and Laiseca, Xabier and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and G\xf3mez-Goiri, Aitor}, month = sep, year = {2010}, keywords = {Security, semantic web, sparql, sparul}, pages = {43--50} }']

[u' @inproceedings{almeida_user-centric_2010, address = {Valencia, Spain}, title = {A user-centric approach to adaptable mobile interfaces}, isbn = {978-84-92812-67-7}, abstract = {The adoption of ICT assistive technologies by elderly and disable collectives has been slow and unsatisfactory. However, a bigger adoption could contribute to their independent living significantly. As the average age of the population increases in the most developed countries, this becomes an unavoidable problem. To tackle this problem, this paper devises a framework that facilitates the process of creating interfaces that adapt themselves to the specific capabilities of each user. Furthermore a Fuzzy Knowledge-Eliciting Reasoner is proposed that infers new capabilities from the existing ones. Using this reasoning engine, developers can use more natural concepts when stating the code adaptation directives.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {II} {International} {Workshop} of {Ambient} {Assisted} {Living} ({IWAAL} 2010)}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Castillejo, Eduardo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sacrist\xe1n, Marcos}, month = sep, year = {2010}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Fuzzy Logic, Google Trends, Mobile computing, Social Data Mining, User interfaces, adaptative interfaces, hci, intelligent environments, jython, piramide} }']

[u' @incollection{lopez-de-ipina_infrastructural_2009, series = {Advances in {Soft} {Computing}}, title = {Infrastructural {Support} for {Ambient} {Assisted} {Living}}, copyright = {\xa92009 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-540-85866-9 978-3-540-85867-6}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-540-85867-6_8}, abstract = {This work describes several infrastructure contributions aimed to simplify the deployment of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) environments so that elderly people can maximize the time they live independently, through the help of ICT, at their own homes. Three core contributions are reviewed: a) a multi-layered OSGi-based middleware architecture which enables adding new environment monitoring and actuating devices seamlessly, b) an easy-to-use elderly-accessible front-end to comfortably control from a touch screen environment services together with a custom-built alert bracelet to seek assistance anywhere at any time and c) a rule-based engine which allows the configuration of the reactive behaviour of an environment as a set of rules.}, number = {51}, urldate = {2013-11-05TZ}, booktitle = {3rd {Symposium} of {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} 2008}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Laiseca, Xabier and Barbier, Ander and Aguilera, Unai and Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Vazquez, Juan Ignacio}, editor = {Corchado, Juan M. and Tapia, Dante I. and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = jan, year = {2009}, keywords = {AAL, Ambient Assisted Living, ISI, ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, middleware, osgi, pervasive computing}, pages = {66--75} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_addressing_2009, title = {Addressing {Software} {Impact} in the {Design} of {Remote} {Laboratories}}, volume = {56}, issn = {0278-0046}, doi = {10.1109/TIE.2009.2026368}, abstract = {Remote Laboratories or WebLabs constitute a first-order didactic resource in engineering faculties. However, in many cases, they lack a proper software design, both in the client and server side, which degrades their quality and academic usefulness. This paper presents the main characteristics of a Remote Laboratory, analyzes the software technologies to implement the client and server sides in a WebLab, and correlates these technologies with the characteristics to facilitate the selection of a technology to implement a WebLab. The results obtained suggest the adoption of a Service Oriented Laboratory Architecture-based approach for the design of future Remote Laboratories so that client-agnostic Remote Laboratories and Remote Laboratory composition are enabled. The experience with the real Remote Laboratory, WebLab-Deusto, is also presented.}, number = {12}, journal = {IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, J. and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Alves, G. R.}, month = dec, year = {2009}, keywords = {JCR4.678, Q1, Web services, WebLab, client-server system, client-server systems, computer aided instruction, computer science education, eLearning, engineering faculty, first-order didactic resource, remote laboratories, remote laboratory design, service oriented laboratory architecture, service-oriented architecture (SOA), software architecture, software design, student experiments}, pages = {4757--4767} }']

[u" @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_towards_2009, address = {Porto, Portugal}, title = {Towards an extensible weblab architecture}, doi = {10.1109/ICELIE.2009.5413199}, abstract = {Remote Laboratories have traditionally been focused on specific solutions for specific problems. We can find a wide range of Remote Laboratories in the literature, assisting different types of subjects but commonly bound to a restricted set of requirements. Due to this, little attention has been paid on working on a maintainable, scalable, secure architecture that addresses the requirements of a wider set of experiments, and that could be open enough to support or adopt new experiments, developed using different technologies in both client and server side. In this paper, we describe several aspects that might be taken into account when designing Remote Laboratories, describing the XWL Architecture and comparing it with other existing architectures.}, booktitle = {3rd {IEEE} {International} {Conference} on {E}-{Learning} in {Industrial} {Electronics}, 2009. {ICELIE} '09}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Irurzun, Jaime and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Sancristobal, Elio and Mart\xedn, Sergio and Castro, Manuel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Angulo, Ignacio}, year = {2009}, keywords = {ISI, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, distributed systems}, pages = {115--120} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_designing_2009, address = {Bridgeport, CT, USA}, title = {Designing experiment agnostic remote laboratories}, isbn = {978-3-89958-480-6}, booktitle = {Remote {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation}}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Irurzun, Jaime and Sancristobal, Elio and Mart\xedn, Sergio and Castro, Manuel and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Angulo, Ignacio and Gonz\xe1lez, Jose Maria}, year = {2009}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, distributed systems} }']

[u' @incollection{cabezas_enhancing_2009, address = {Berlin}, title = {Enhancing {OSGi}: {Semantic} {Add}-ins for {Service} {Oriented} {Collaborative} {Environments}}, volume = {5597}, isbn = {978-3-642-02867-0}, shorttitle = {Enhancing {OSGi}}, abstract = {Service Oriented Architectures offer an incomparable setting for the management and reuse of services, mixing different factors like software and services. The ability to choose between the services available often gets blurry, because of the difficulty when trying to find the best service that fits better the actual needs, or even because its invocation process gets excessively complex. This work presents a horizontal layer that enhances service capabilities in OSGi by adding semantic information for intelligent and advanced management in SOA-compliant smart architectures, and more specifically in a Multi-Residential Environment.}, language = {English}, booktitle = {Ambient {Assistive} {Health} and {Wellness} {Management} in the {Heart} of the {City}, {Proceeding}}, publisher = {Springer-Verlag Berlin}, author = {Cabezas, Pablo and Barrena, Raul and Legarda, J. and Lopez-de-Ipina, Diego}, editor = {Mokhtari, M. and Khalil, I. and Bauchet, J. and Zhang, D. and Nugent, C.}, year = {2009}, note = {WOS:000270130800037}, keywords = {Multi-Residential Environments, OSGi, Semantic Services, Service Oriented Architectures, residential gateways}, pages = {261--264} }']

[u' @incollection{almeida_approach_2009, series = {Advances in {Soft} {Computing}}, title = {An {Approach} to {Dynamic} {Knowledge} {Extension} and {Semantic} {Reasoning} in {Highly}-{Mutable} {Environments}}, copyright = {\xa92009 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-540-85866-9 978-3-540-85867-6}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-540-85867-6_31}, abstract = {AmI environments are dynamic. They change rapidly and continuously due to the appearance and disappearance of devices, people and changes in their situation. These changes need to be reflected in the context information which is collected and maintained by the Ambient Intelligence applications. In this work we present a semantic infrastructure whose context information can be dynamically enriched and extended by the dynamically discovered objects in the environment, and which enables to reason over it.}, number = {51}, urldate = {2013-01-16TZ}, booktitle = {3rd {Symposium} of {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} 2008}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Aguilera, Unai and Larizgoitia, Iker and Laiseca, Xabier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Barbier, Ander}, editor = {Corchado, Juan M. and Tapia, Dante I. and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = jan, year = {2009}, keywords = {Data analysis, ISI, ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, middleware, ontologies, semantic inference, smartlab}, pages = {265--273} }']

[u' @inproceedings{almeida_dynamic_2008, address = {Patras, Greece}, title = {Dynamic {Ontology} {Enrichment} and {Reasoning} in {AmI} {Environments}}, isbn = {978-960-6843-07-5}, abstract = {Context in an environment usually suffers from sudden changes; people and devices move from one place to another, previously unknown objects appear and existing ones disappear. AmI-enhanced environments must be flexible enough to adapt and respond to these changes. This work describes a semantic infrastructure which manages context, reasons over it and, more significantly, it is capable of dynamically enriching the ontology that models context.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 3rd {Workshop} on {Artificial} {Intelligence} {Techniques} for {Ambient} {Intelligence} ({AITAmI}2008)}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Aguilera, Unai and Larizgoitia, Iker and Laiseca, Xabier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Barbier, Ander}, month = jul, year = {2008}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, Data analysis, ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, middleware, ontologies, semantic inference, smartlab} }']

[u" @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_mobile_2008, address = {Santander, Spain}, title = {Mobile {Devices} and {Remote} {Labs} in {Engineering} {Education}}, doi = {10.1109/ICALT.2008.303}, abstract = {The remote labs or WebLabs promote the experimentation in the studies of engineering allowing the access and control of real laboratory equipment through Internet. In general a WebLab is a client-server application where the client application can only be used from a PC, and it is not considered the use of mobile devices as potential clients. This is due to the fact that the WebLabs are designed from the hardware point of view, and not from the software engineering point of view. Any WebLab can be designed and implemented to be accessed using a mobile device, but only the AJAX technology can provide a unique solution for a wide range of platforms, including mobile devices. This work compares the different strategies to include mobile devices in remote labs and describes the benefits of using the AJAX approach.}, booktitle = {Eighth {IEEE} {International} {Conference} on {Advanced} {Learning} {Technologies}, 2008. {ICALT} '08}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2008}, keywords = {AJAX, DBLP, ISI, Software Architecture, Web 2.0, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {620--622} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_acceptance_2008, address = {London, United Kingdom}, title = {Acceptance, usability and usefulness of {WebLab}-{Deusto} from students point of view}, doi = {10.1109/ICDIM.2008.4746846}, abstract = {In the engineering curriculum, remote labs are becoming a popular learning tool. The advantages of these laboratories and the different deployments have been analyzed many times, but in this paper we want to show the results of the evaluation of WebLab-Deusto as a learning tool. This work is focused on the subjects programmable logic (PL) in the third year of Automation and Electronics Engineering and in Electronics Design (ED) of the fifth year of the same degree. The paper presents the results of the surveys done by students since 2004. This survey consists of fifteen questions and its main objective is to measure the acceptance, usability and usefulness of the remote laboratory developed at University of Deusto.}, booktitle = {Third {International} {Conference} on {Digital} {Information} {Management}, 2008. {ICDIM} 2008}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Angulo, Ignacio and Irurzun, Jaime}, year = {2008}, keywords = {DBLP, ISI, Remote Laboratories, Survey, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {899--904} }']

[u' @incollection{vazquez_social_2008, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Social {Devices}: {Autonomous} {Artifacts} {That} {Communicate} on the {Internet}}, copyright = {\xa92008 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-540-78730-3 978-3-540-78731-0}, shorttitle = {Social {Devices}}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-540-78731-0_20}, abstract = {The Internet has boosted people collaboration, enabling new forms of exchanging knowledge and engaging in social activities. The Web 2.0 paradigm (also called the Social Web) has greatly contributed to this achievement. We believe that the next wave of smart devices and digital objects will leverage the pervasiveness of Internet connectivity in order to form ecosystems and societies of artifacts that implement Internet-based social behaviors and interact with existing Internet-based social networks. In this paper, we introduce the concept of social device and describe our experiences creating different kinds of augmented objects that use the Internet in order to promote socialization, look smarter and better serve users. We finally identify several challenges in the research of devices that behave in social ways.}, number = {4952}, urldate = {2013-10-28TZ}, booktitle = {The {Internet} of {Things}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Floerkemeier, Christian and Langheinrich, Marc and Fleisch, Elgar and Mattern, Friedemann and Sarma, Sanjay E.}, month = jan, year = {2008}, keywords = {ISI, Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet), Internet of Things, intelligent objects, pervasive computing}, pages = {308--324} }']

[u' @inproceedings{almeida_towards_2008, address = {Tenerife, Spain}, title = {Towards a {Solution} to {Extract} {Knowledge} from the {Social} {Web}}, abstract = {Ontologies are a useful and attractive tool for representing knowledge. In fact, if all the documents in the web were represented with ontologies, the job of search engines, automatic document processors, etc. would be much easier. However, ontologies are too complex to be used by the general public and, so far, are used only by specialized users. Nonetheless, a more informal type of classifying resources is becoming increasingly popular amongst the general public: social tagging or folksonomies. Many popular websites (del.icio.us, Flickr, Technorati...) allow users to participate by annotating web content using tags. Although they provide an easy way to collaboratively create knowledge, these tags are difficult to machine-process. In this paper, we propose mapping folksonomies into more estructured metadata so that the information in social tagging systems will be made easier to process. To that effect, we present the design and implementation of a software application, folk2onto, that can be trained to map tags into an ontology.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {Workshop} on {Knowledge} {Reuse} and {Reengineering} over the {Web}}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Sotomayor, Borja and Abaitua, Joseba and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jun, year = {2008}, keywords = {Data analysis, collonbus, del.icio.us, folksonomies, machine learning, ontologies, social networks, wordnet} }']

[u' @inproceedings{lopez-de-ipina_dynamic_2008, title = {Dynamic discovery and semantic reasoning for next generation intelligent environments}, abstract = {This work describes an OSGi-based middleware platform to enable more scalable, future-proof, cost-efficient and standard-following intelligent environments. It complements OSGi with two main features which make it even more suitable for intelligent environment management: a) dynamic discovery and monitoring of distributed semantic services and b) semantic context modelling and reasoning for intelligent service provision. Furthermore, it evaluates the suitability of applying semantic technologies in the construction of intelligent environment middleware.}, booktitle = {2008 {IET} 4th {International} {Conference} on {Intelligent} {Environments}}, author = {L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Almeida, Aitor and Aguilera, Unai and Larizgoitia, Iker and Laiseca, Xabier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Barbier, Ander and Vazquez, Juan Ignacio}, year = {2008}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, middleware, ontologies, osgi, pervasive computing, semantic reasoning}, pages = {1--10} }']

[u' @article{vazquez_mrdp:_2007, title = {{mRDP}: {An} {HTTP}-based lightweight semantic discovery protocol}, volume = {51}, issn = {1389-1286}, shorttitle = {{mRDP}}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.comnet.2007.06.017}, doi = {10.1016/j.comnet.2007.06.017}, abstract = {Discovery is one of the most important activities in ubiquitous and distributed computing, with a plethora of available protocols. Most of these protocols are designed for one concrete purpose: network nodes discovery, service discovery, search of specific information stored through the network, and so forth. Designing a single discovery system able to deal with the particularities of many different information structures and purposes seems not feasible. Moreover, these data structures possess some underlaying meanings and relationships that are usually hidden from traditional discovery protocols that use simple text-based matchmaking. A semantic discovery protocol could solve this problem by taking advantage of semantically annotated data and performing reasoning over the information to obtain additional knowledge that can be crucial in processing the queries. In this paper, we describe the basics of a novel semantic discovery mechanism called mRDP (Multicast Resource Discovery Protocol) built upon HTTP and Semantic Web technology to provide more powerful discovery capabilities.}, number = {16}, urldate = {2013-10-28TZ}, journal = {Comput. Netw.}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = nov, year = {2007}, keywords = {Q2, discovery protocol, jcr0.829, rdf, sparql}, pages = {4529--4542} }']

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_principles_2007, title = {Principles and experiences on creating semantic devices}, author = {V\xe1zquez, I\xf1aki and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = sep, year = {2007}, keywords = {intelligent environments, pervasive computing} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_weblab-gpib_2007, address = {Porto, Portugal}, title = {{WebLab}-{GPIB} at the {University} of {Deusto}}, isbn = {978-3-89958-278-9}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {REV} 2007 {Conference}}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Trueba, Iv\xe1n}, year = {2007}, keywords = {GPIB, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {25--27} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_approach_2007, title = {An approach for {WebLabs} analysis}, volume = {3}, number = {2}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Trueba, Ivan}, year = {2007}, keywords = {AJAX, CPLD, FPGA, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, python} }']

[u' @incollection{garcia-zubia_remote_2007, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Remote laboratories from the software engineering point of view}, isbn = {978-84-9830-662-0}, booktitle = {Advances on remote laboratories and e-learning experiences}, publisher = {Universidad de Deusto}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Trueba, Iv\xe1n}, editor = {Gomes, Luis and Garcia-Zubia, Javier}, year = {2007}, keywords = {AJAX, Software Architecture, Web 2.0, WebLab-Deusto, python} }']

[u' @inproceedings{aguilera_semantic_2007, address = {Irvine, CA, USA}, title = {A {Semantic} {Matching} {Algorithm} for {Discovery} in {UDDI}}, volume = {1}, isbn = {0-7695-2997-6}, abstract = {One of the key objectives of web service technology is to construct processes that enable service providers to interconnect with their clients. The industry has developed the UDDI registry to enable the register of services and to make them available to their users. However, the keyword-based search of UDDI frequently return no results because there is no relation between the concepts used by the providers and those used by the clients. This paper presents an UDDI registry extended with semantic functionality by means of a generic semantic discovery algorithm that is not bound to any specific ontology or concepts from it. It enables to match instances and properties without specifically knowing the ontologies being matched. Furthermore, we present an ontology which represents the information associated with a business entity in UDDI, and which enables users to register and search business information semantically also using the former algorithm.}, booktitle = {International {Conference} on {Semantic} {Computing} ({ICSC} 2007)}, publisher = {IEEE Computer Society}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and Abaitua, Joseba and D\xedaz-Labrador, Josuka and Buj\xe1n, David and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2007}, keywords = {ISI, Service discovery, Web services, semantic, semantic web services, semb-uddi, uddi}, pages = {751 -- 758} }']

[u' @inproceedings{aguilera_generic_2007, address = {Xian, China}, title = {A {Generic} {Matching} {Algorithm} for {Semantic} {Discovery}}, volume = {1}, isbn = {0-7695-3007-9}, abstract = {This paper presents a generic semantic discovery algorithm, based in OWL, for UDDI registries that is not bound to any specific ontology or concepts from it. It enables to match instances and properties without spe- cifically knowing the ontologies being matched and it enables to use all concepts contained in the request resulting in a matching closer to the user needs. Also, the generality of the proposed algorithm enables to change the ontology being used to describe an element in the registry without needing to modify the algorithm and therefore, it enables to use other OWL ontologies to describe the information stored in the registry.}, booktitle = {Third {International} {Conference} on {Semantics}, {Knowledge} and {Grid} ({SKG} 07)}, publisher = {IEEE Computer Society}, author = {Aguilera, Unai and Abaitua, Joseba and D\xedaz-Labrador, Josuka and Buj\xe1n, David and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2007}, keywords = {ISI, Service discovery, Web services, semantic, semantic web services, semb-uddi, uddi}, pages = {442} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_weblab-deusto_2007, address = {Florianopolis, Brazil}, title = {{WebLab}-{Deusto}}, isbn = {978-3-89958-277-2}, booktitle = {Interactive {Computer} {Aided} {Blended} {Learning}, {ICBL} 2007}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Hernandez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Trueba, Ivan}, year = {2007}, pages = {13} }']

[u' @article{vazquez_soam:_2007, title = {{SoaM}: {A} {Web}-powered {Architecture} for {Designing} and {Deploying} {Pervasive} {Semantic} {Devices}}, issn = {1744-0084}, number = {3/4}, journal = {International Journal of Web Information Systems}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sedano, I\xf1igo}, month = sep, year = {2007}, keywords = {intelligent objects, pervasive computing, rdf, upnp}, pages = {212--224} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_requirements_2007, address = {La Habana, Cuba}, title = {Requirements of useful remote labs}, booktitle = {{IFAC} {Symposium} {Cost} {Oriented} {Automation} 8th-{Affordable} {Automation} {Systems} ({COA} 2007)}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Trueba, Iv\xe1n and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hernandez, Unai and Saenz, Jose M}, year = {2007}, keywords = {CPLD, FPGA, GPIB, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_experience_2006, address = {Montreal, Canada}, title = {Experience with {WebLab}-{Deusto}}, volume = {4}, doi = {10.1109/ISIE.2006.296127}, abstract = {The Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto has made available a WebLab oriented to microelectronics since 2001. Currently, the field of WebLab design is very active, and several universities are adopting them as a service of quality and distinction for Microelectronics teaching. This paper describes two main aspects of our WebLab, namely WebLab-DEUSTO: a) its software-hardware architecture and b) the academic results obtained by its users}, booktitle = {2006 {IEEE} {International} {Symposium} on {Industrial} {Electronics}}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai}, year = {2006}, keywords = {AJAX, CPLD, FPGA, ISI, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {3190--3195} }']

[u' @article{lopez-de-ipina_emi_2006, title = {{EMI} 2 lets: {A} {Reflective} {Framework} for {Enabling} {AmI}}, volume = {12}, issn = {ISSN: 0948-695X}, shorttitle = {{EMI} 2 lets}, doi = {http:// dx.doi.org/10.3217/jucs-012-03-0297}, abstract = {Abstract: An interesting new application domain for handheld devices may be represented by Ambient Intelligence (AmI), where they can be used as intermediaries between us and our surrounding environment. Thus, the devices, which always accompany us, will behave as electronic butlers who assist us in our daily tasks, by interacting with the smart objects (everyday objects augmented with computational services) in our whereabouts. In order to achieve such goal, this paper proposes an AmI-enabling framework providing two main functions: a) facilitate the development and deployment of smart objects and b) transform mobile devices into universal remote controllers of those smart objects.}, number = {3}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science (J.UCS)}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and V\xe1zquez, Juan Ignacio and Garc\xeda, Daniel and Fern\xe1ndez, Javier and Garc\xeda, Iv\xe1n and Sainz, David and Almeida, Aitor}, month = mar, year = {2006}, keywords = {EMI{\\textasciicircum}2, Smart Spaces, ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, jcr0.338, middleware, pervasive computing, q4}, pages = {297--314} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_evolution_2006, address = {Stockholm, Sweden}, title = {Evolution of the {WebLab} at the {University} of {Deusto}}, booktitle = {{EWME} 2006}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Trueba, Iv\xe1n}, year = {2006}, keywords = {AJAX, Mono, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, python} }']

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_evaluation_2006, address = {Riva del Garda, Italy}, title = {Evaluation of {Orchestrated} {Reactivity} of {Smart} {Objects} in {Pervasive} {Semantic} {Web} {Scenarios}}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and Sedano, I\xf1igo and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = aug, year = {2006}, keywords = {Internet of Things, intelligent environments, intelligent objects, pervasive computing} }']

[u' @inproceedings{lopez-de-ipina_platform_2006, title = {A platform to build smart spaces controllable from mobile devices}, volume = {1}, abstract = {The current multimedia, processing and communication capabilities of mobile devices make them most suitable to act as our intermediaries with the surrounding environment. They are capable of sensing, processing, storing and communicating with the artefacts augmented with computing services (i.e. smart objects) deployed in a smart space. This paper describes a device-type, user-location and communication-means agnostic platform, namely EMI2lets, which fulfils a two-fold purpose: a) it transforms our mobile devices into universal remote controllers of smart objects and b) it helps us constructing smart object ecosystems, i.e. smart spaces}, booktitle = {2nd {IET} {International} {Conference} on {Intelligent} {Environments}, 2006. {IE} 06}, author = {L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and Garc\xeda, Daniel and Fern\xe1ndez, Javier and Garc\xeda, Iv\xe1n and Sainz, David and Almeida, Aitor}, year = {2006}, keywords = {ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, middleware, mobile applications, pervasive computing, smart spaces}, pages = {31--40} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_accessing_2006, address = {Paris, France}, title = {Accessing {WebLabs} from cellular phones}, doi = {10.1109/IECON.2006.347819}, abstract = {WebLab designs have traditionally not considered the use of mobile devices as potential clients. This is usually the result of WebLab architectures being based on the hardware side, instead of paying attention to software aspects of the project. With current software technologies under the terms of the Web 2.0, porting a WebLab to mobile devices can be a transparent and automatic task. Even if WebLab developers choose to develop rich clients based on Java or .NET, the impact of the development of the clients for this devices can be significantly reduced by using a service oriented architecture. In this paper, we describe a way to allow users accessing the WebLab from mobile devices and the benefits of doing this.}, booktitle = {{IECON} 2006 - 32nd {Annual} {Conference} on {IEEE} {Industrial} {Electronics}}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2006}, keywords = {AJAX, CPLD, ISI, Java applets, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, python}, pages = {3779--3781} }']

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_ubiquitous_2006, address = {Tokyo, Japan}, title = {The {Ubiquitous} {Web} as a model to lead our environments to their full potential}, abstract = {Our surrounding environment is becoming increasingly populated by devices and appliances that act as information and service sources, where no standardized means of knowledge interchange and workflow exist. The Web architecture and knowledge model- featuring links among information entities and conceptual, non-physical}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and Abaitua, Joseba and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = mar, year = {2006}, keywords = {pervasive computing, ubiquitous computing, web} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_questions_2006, title = {Questions and answers for designing useful {WebLabs}}, volume = {2}, number = {3}, journal = {International journal of online engineering}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Trueba, Ivan and others}, year = {2006}, keywords = {AJAX, DBLP, Mobile, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[u' @incollection{lopez-de-ipina_middleware_2006, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {A {Middleware} for the {Deployment} of {Ambient} {Intelligent} {Spaces}}, copyright = {\xa92006 Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-540-37785-6 978-3-540-37788-7}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/11825890_12}, abstract = {The latest mobile devices are offering more multimedia features, better communication capabilities (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPRS/UMTS) and are more easily programmable than ever before. So far, those devices have been used mainly for communication, entertainment, and as electronic assistants. On the other hand, Ambient Intelligence (AmI) is emerging as a new research discipline merging the fields of Ubiquitous Computing and Communications, Context Awareness and Intelligent User Interfaces. The ultimate goal of AmI is to surround our working and living environments with context-aware, cooperative and invisible devices that will assist and help us in our everyday activities. Current mobile devices, which accompany us anywhere and at anytime, are the most convenient tools to help us benefit from AmI-enhanced environments. In other words, mobile devices are the best candidates to intermediate between us and our surroundings. In consequence, this paper proposes a middleware which aims to make this vision reality following a two-fold objective: (1) to simplify the creation and deployment of physical spaces hosting smart objects and (2) to transform mobile devices into universal remote controllers of those objects.}, number = {3864}, urldate = {2013-11-05TZ}, booktitle = {Ambient {Intelligence} in {Everyday} {Life}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and V\xe1zquez, Juan Ignacio and Garcia, Daniel and Fern\xe1ndez, Javier and Garc\xeda, Iv\xe1n and S\xe1inz, David and Almeida, Aitor}, editor = {Cai, Yang and Abascal, Julio}, month = jan, year = {2006}, keywords = {ISI, Smart Spaces, ambient intelligence, intelligent environments, middleware, mobile applications, pervasive computing}, pages = {239--255} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_evolucion_2006, address = {Madrid, Spain}, title = {Evoluci\xf3n del {WebLab} de la {Universidad} de {Deusto}}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Trueba, Iv\xe1n}, year = {2006}, keywords = {AJAX, CPLD, FPGA, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_passive_2006, address = {Dublin, Ireland}, title = {A {Passive} {Influence} {Model} for {Adapting} {Environments} based on {Semantic} {Preferences}}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Sedano, I\xf1igo}, month = may, year = {2006}, keywords = {intelligent environments, pervasive computing} }']

[u" @inproceedings{lopez-de-ipina_remote_2006, address = {Amsterdam, Netherlands}, title = {Remote {Control} of {Web} 2.0-{Enabled} {Laboratories} from {Mobile} {Devices}}, doi = {10.1109/E-SCIENCE.2006.261056}, abstract = {The design of WebLabs has traditionally been focused on the hardware rather than the software side. However, paying more importance to the software side can bring about important improvements: richer collaboration among group members, better scalability, securer access and more natural anywhere at anytime access to the remote lab. Regarding this latter issue, enabling a user to access a remote WebLab not only through standard internet-connected PCs but also by means of their mobile devices can be very interesting and potentially advantageous. The core of this paper is to discuss the transformation of DeustoWebLab into a Web 2.0-compatible application accessible from mobile devices.}, booktitle = {Second {IEEE} {International} {Conference} on e-{Science} and {Grid} {Computing}, 2006. e-{Science} '06}, author = {Lopez-de-Ipina, D. and Garcia-Zubia, J. and Orduna, Pablo}, year = {2006}, keywords = {AJAX, DBLP, Mobile, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, python}, pages = {123--123} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{sainz_towards_2006, address = {Alcal\xe1 de Henares, Madrid, Spain}, title = {Towards a communication agnostic middleware for {Ambient} {Intelligence}}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the {I} {International} {Conference} on {Ubiquitous} {Computing}: {Applications}, {Technology} and {Social} {Issues}}, author = {Sainz, David and Almeida, Aitor and Vald\xe9s, Jon and L\xf3pez-De-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = jun, year = {2006}, keywords = {.net, EMI{\\textasciicircum}2, User interfaces, ambient intelligence, bluetooth, emi2lets, intelligent environments, middleware, mobile applications, p2p} }']

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_empowering_2005, address = {Colmar, France}, title = {Empowering {Wireless} {UPnP} {Devices} with {WebProfiles}}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = oct, year = {2005}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, ISI, upnp} }']

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_http-based_2005, address = {Chiba, Japan}, title = {An {HTTP}-based {Context} {Negotiation} {Model} for {Realizing} the {User}-{Aware} {Web}}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = may, year = {2005}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, User aware, ambient intelligence, web} }']

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_webprofiles:_2005, title = {{WebProfiles}: a negotiation model for user awareness in personal area networks}, shorttitle = {{WebProfiles}}, doi = {10.1109/MOBIQUITOUS.2005.64}, abstract = {Automatic adaptation of the environment to user preferences results in personalized ambient that fulfil user interaction requirements in a more suitable way. However, the problem of environment adaptation has been traditionally solved via ad-hoc context-specific solutions. In this paper we present the WebProfiles model, a negotiation mechanism for ubiquitous computing, based on Web technology extensions, that enables user preferences awareness capability in surrounding devices and services, so that the environment meets the user and knows him as if specifically designed for that purpose.}, booktitle = {The {Second} {Annual} {International} {Conference} on {Mobile} and {Ubiquitous} {Systems}: {Networking} and {Services}, 2005. {MobiQuitous} 2005}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2005}, keywords = {Context modeling, ISI, Web services, context-aware, core-a, pervasive computing, ubiquitous computing}, pages = {373--383} }']

[u" @inproceedings{vazquez_language_2005, address = {New York, NY, USA}, series = {{WWW} '05}, title = {A language for expressing user-context preferences in the web}, isbn = {1-59593-051-5}, url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1062745.1062790}, doi = {10.1145/1062745.1062790}, abstract = {In this paper, we introduce WPML (WebProfiles Markup Language) for expressing user-context preferences information in the Web. Using WPML a service provider can negotiate and obtain user-related information to personalise service experience without explicit manual configuration by the user, while preserving his privacy using P3P.}, urldate = {2013-10-28TZ}, booktitle = {Special interest tracks and posters of the 14th international conference on {World} {Wide} {Web}}, publisher = {ACM}, author = {V\xe1zquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2005}, keywords = {Ambient intelligence, HTTP, context-aware, cookies, profiles, web}, pages = {904--905} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_towards_2005, address = {Raleigh, North Carolina, USA}, title = {Towards a canonical software architecture for multi-device {WebLabs}}, isbn = {0-7803-9252-3}, doi = {10.1109/IECON.2005.1569236}, abstract = {Traditionally the focus on WebLab design has been placed on the hardware side, i.e. enabling data and program transfer between a PC remotely accessible through TCP/IP and its attached controllable/programmable device. Little attention has been paid to the other communication segment going from the controlling PC (WebLab server) and the remote users\' PCs, since this has been regarded as a "solved software problem". Consequently, aspects such as security, scalability, accessibility, user friendliness, or the possibility of collaborative work in WebLabs have often been disregarded. This situation may be resolved if a serious effort is placed on the definition of a proper distributed software architecture for WebLabs. In this paper, we describe such ideal software architecture, resulted from an iterative process seeking a Web-based, secure, scalable, multiuser, multi-device WebLab.}, booktitle = {31st {Annual} {Conference} of {IEEE} {Industrial} {Electronics} {Society}, 2005. {IECON} 2005}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2005}, keywords = {AJAX, ISI, Java applets, Mono, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, Xilinx devices, python}, pages = {6 pp.--} }']

[u' @inproceedings{lopez_de_ipina_gprs-based_2005, address = {Miami, USA}, title = {{GPRS}-based {Real}-{Time} {Remote} {Control} of {MicroBots} with {M}2M {Capabilities}}, isbn = {972-8865-21-X}, abstract = {Machine to Machine (M2M) communication is gathering momentum. Many network operators deem that the future of the business on data transmission lies on M2M. In parallel, the application of robotics is progressively becoming more widespread. Traditionally, robotics has only been applied to industrial environments, but lately some more exoteric (e.g. domestic) robots have arisen. Anyhow, those robots usually offer very primitive communication means. Few researchers have considered that a solution to this issue would be to combine those two emerging fields. This paper describes our experiences combining M2M with robotics to create a fleet of MicroBots, which are remotely controllable through GPRS connection links. Those robots can be used in dangerous environments to gather material samples or simply for surveillance and security control. A sophisticated 3-tier architecture is proposed that combined with a purposely built protocol, optimized for wireless transmission, makes feasible the real-time control of remote devices. 1}, booktitle = {The {Fourth} {International} {Workshop} on {Wireless} {Information} {Systems} ({WIS} 2005)}, author = {Lopez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and V\xe1zquez, I\xf1aki and Ruiz de Garibay, Jonathan and Sainz, David}, year = {2005}, keywords = {Microbotics, PDA, Wireless, ambient intelligence, commbots, communication, middleware}, pages = {42--51} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_evolving_2005, title = {Evolving towards better architectures for remote laboratories: a practical case}, volume = {1}, issn = {1861-2121}, number = {2}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering, Special Issue REV}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Lopez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and others}, year = {2005}, keywords = {AJAX, CPLD, ISI, Java applets, Mono, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, Xilinx devices, python} }']

[u" @inproceedings{lopez_de_ipina_architecture_2005, title = {An architecture for sentient {GPRS}-enabled {MicroBots}}, doi = {10.1109/CIRA.2005.1554268}, abstract = {Ambient intelligence is a user-centered concept which combines several computing disciplines with the purpose of enhancing/facilitating the user's daily activities. We deem that autonomous or semiautonomous (remotely controlled) sentient MicroBots may also be first-class citizens within ambient intelligence. Those MicroBots would interact with their surrounding environment assisted by their built-in sensors, effectors and communication facilities, on behalf of the users they serve. In essence, they would also profit as users do from Ambient Intelligence to achieve their programmed goals. In this paper, we contribute with a solution to enable the realtime remote control of GPRS-accessible semiautonomous sentient MicroBots. Moreover, we discuss the extensions necessary to convert those MicroBots into care assistants for disabled and elderly people.}, booktitle = {2005 {IEEE} {International} {Symposium} on {Computational} {Intelligence} in {Robotics} and {Automation}, 2005. {CIRA} 2005. {Proceedings}}, author = {Lopez de Ipina, Diego and Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and Ruiz de Garibay, Jonathan and Sainz, David}, year = {2005}, keywords = {Microbotics, PDA, Wireless, ambient intelligence, commbots, communication, middleware}, pages = {145--150} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{vazquez_environment_2005, address = {Donostia, Spain}, title = {Environment {Adaptation} {Meeting} {User} {Preferences}}, abstract = {Abstract. Automatic adaptation of the environment to user preferences relieves users from continuously re-configuring their physical context as periodic everyday activities are performed. However, the problem of environment adaptation has been traditionally solved via ad-hoc context-specific solutions for concrete problems and situations. In this paper we present the WebProfiles Markup Language, a mechanism for Ubiquitous Computing, enabling user preferences representation capabilities for influencing surrounding devices and services, so that the environment meets the user and knows him as if specifically designed for that purpose. 1}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, month = sep, year = {2005}, keywords = {Context-Aware Computing, pervasive computing} }']

[u' @inproceedings{bujan_eside-mendizale._2005, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {{ESIDE}-{Mendizale}. {Entorno} de {Seguridad} {Inform\xe1tica} de la universidad de {DEusto}: {Mobile} {ENvironment} for {DIscovery} of {Zero}-{Day} {Attacks} through {Bayesian} {LEarning}}, booktitle = {Actas de la {II} {Reuni\xf3n} de la red {RETISTIC}}, author = {Buj\xe1n, David and Canivell Castillo, Ver\xf3nica and Gal\xe1n Espiga, Beatriz and Garcia Bringas, Pablo and Gil Larrea, Mar\xeda Jos\xe9, and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2005}, keywords = {seguridad} }']

[u' @incollection{sobrado_towards_2004, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}}, title = {Towards a {Clinical} {Practice} {Guideline} {Implementation} for {Asthma} {Treatment}}, copyright = {\xa92004 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-540-22218-7 978-3-540-25945-9}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-540-25945-9_58}, abstract = {There is a tremendous amount of effort involved in the definition of Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) by physicians. Because the quality of medical assistance is highly impacted by the use of CPG, and establishing their use is difficult, we consider helpful to develop an effective solution that implements CPG through Decision Support Systems (DSS). Among the many existing representation models for CPG, we have selected and applied GLIF. In addition, we have created ontologies for the domains of asthma severity and Fuzzy Multicriteria Decision Aid approach (PROAFTN method). The results have been integrated into our DSS called Arnasa in order to provide support via Web to asthmatic patients.}, number = {3040}, urldate = {2013-11-04TZ}, booktitle = {Current {Topics} in {Artificial} {Intelligence}}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Sobrado, Francisco Javier and Pikatza, Juan Manuel and Larburu, Iker Unai and Garcia, Juan Jos\xe9 and L\xf3pez-de-Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, editor = {Conejo, Ricardo and Urretavizcaya, Maite and P\xe9rez-de-la-Cruz, Jos\xe9-Luis}, month = jan, year = {2004}, keywords = {Artificial Intelligence, Computation by Abstract Devices, Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages}, pages = {587--596} }']

[u" @inproceedings{vazquez_interaction_2004, address = {New York, NY, USA}, series = {{EUSAI} '04}, title = {An interaction model for passively influencing the environment}, isbn = {1-58113-992-6}, url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1031419.1031437}, doi = {10.1145/1031419.1031437}, abstract = {Adapting the environment in a user-centred view is at the core of ambient intelligence. This adaptation involves both context-awareness and interaction mechanisms that can be classified into active and passive. While active mechanisms have been fully explored in existing prototypes and systems, passive mechanisms and their implications need to be more deeply studied. In this work, we present some theoretical principles on passive interaction as well as their application to EMI$^{\\textrm{2}}$: an AmI architecture we are designing combining active and passive environment interaction via mobile devices.}, urldate = {2013-10-28TZ}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2nd {European} {Union} symposium on {Ambient} intelligence}, publisher = {ACM}, author = {V\xe1zquez, Juan Ignacio and L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego}, year = {2004}, keywords = {Ambient intelligence, pervasive computing}, pages = {71--74} }"]

[u' @article{lopez_de_ipina_trip:_2002, title = {{TRIP}: {A} {Low}-{Cost} {Vision}-{Based} {Location} {System} for {Ubiquitous} {Computing}}, volume = {6}, issn = {1617-4909}, shorttitle = {{TRIP}}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s007790200020}, doi = {10.1007/s007790200020}, abstract = {Sentient Computing provides computers with perception so that they can react and provide assistance to user activities. Physical spaces are made sentient when they are wired with networks of sensors capturing context data, which is communicated to computing devices spread through the environment. These devices interpret the information provided and react by performing the actions expected by the user. Among the types of context information provided by sensors, location has proven to be especially useful. Since location is an important context that changes whenever the user moves, a reliable location-tracking system is critical to many sentient applications. However, the sensor technologies used in indoor location tracking are expensive and complex to deploy, configure and maintain. These factors have prevented a wider adoption of Sentient Computing in our living and working spaces. This paper presents TRIP, a low-cost and easily deployable vision-based sensor technology addressing these issues. TRIP employs off-the-shelf hardware (low-cost CCD cameras and PCs) and printable 2-D circular markers for entity identification and location. The usability of TRIP is illustrated through the implementation of several sentient applications.}, number = {3}, urldate = {2014-11-20TZ}, journal = {Personal Ubiquitous Comput.}, author = {L\xf3pez de Ipi\xf1a, Diego and Mendon\xe7a, Paulo R. S. and Hopper, Andy}, month = jan, year = {2002}, note = {00000}, keywords = {bidimensional codes, image processing, location systems}, pages = {206--219} }']