RDF description Dr. Pablo Orduña

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[u' @inproceedings{orduna_weblablib:_2019, address = {Bangalore, India}, title = {weblablib: new approach for creating remote laboratories}, abstract = {Remote laboratories are hardware and software tools that enable students to access real equipment through the Internet. Remote Laboratory Management Systems (RLMS) are software tools developed for creating remote laboratories in an easier way, providing some of the transversal features common in most remote labs (such as authentica- tion, authorization, scheduling platforms or administration tools), and some protocols or APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for cre- ating the laboratories. WebLab-Deusto is a popular open source RLMS used in different universities to create or administer their remote labo- ratories; and it offers two approaches for developing remote laboratories: managed (where all the communications go through WebLab-Deusto) and unmanaged (where the communications are managed by the remote lab developer). While originally the managed approach had a number of advantages over the unmanaged, nowadays, with web development tech- nologies fastly changing and increasing productivity, it became important to provide a proper support for the unmanaged by creating a completely new framework called weblablib, developed by LabsLand and also Open Source. This article describes this framework, and the different trade- offs that remote lab developers have to deal with when implementing a remote laboratory.}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Hernandez, Unai and Villar-Martinez, Aitor and Garcia-Zubia, Javier}, month = feb, year = {2019} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-loro_pilar:_2019, address = {Dubai}, title = {{PILAR}: {Sharing} {VISIR} {Remote} {Labs} through a {Federation}}, shorttitle = {{PILAR}: {Sharing} {VISIR} {Remote} {Labs} through a {Federation}}, booktitle = {{EDUCON} 2019}, author = {Garcia-Loro, Felix and Sancristobal, Elio and Diaz, Gabriel and Castro, Manuel and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Kulesza, Wlodek and Nilsson, Kristian and Fidalgo, Andre and Alves, Gustavo and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Kreiter, Christian and Pester, Andreas and Auer, Michael and Garcia, Carla and Tavio, Ricardo and Valtonen, Kati and Lehtikangas, Elina}, month = apr, year = {2019} }']

[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' @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' @inproceedings{garcia-loro_pilar:_2018, title = {{PILAR}: a {Federation} of {VISIR} {Remote} {Laboratory} {Systems} for {Educational} {Open} {Activities}}, shorttitle = {{PILAR}}, doi = {10.1109/TALE.2018.8615277}, abstract = {Social demands have promoted an educational approach based on an \u201canywhere and anytime\u201d premise. Remote laboratories have emerged as the answer to the demands of technical educational areas for adapting themselves to this scenario. The result has not only benefit distance learning students but has provided new learning scenarios both for teachers and students as well as allowing a flexible approach to experimental topics. However, as any other solution for providing practical scenarios (hands-on labs, virtual labs or simulators), remote labs face several constraints inherited from the subsystems of its deployment - hardware (real instruments, equipment and scenario) and software (analog/digital conversions, communications, workbenches, etc.)-. This paper describes the Erasmus+ project Platform Integration of Laboratories based on the Architecture of visiR (PILAR) which deals with several units of the federation installed in different educational institutions and devoted to analog electronics and electrical circuits. Based on the limitations of remote labs, the need for the federation will be justified and its benefits will be described by taking advantage of its strengths. The challenges that have come up during the different stages and the different approaches to design are also going to be described and analyzed.}, booktitle = {2018 {IEEE} {International} {Conference} on {Teaching}, {Assessment}, and {Learning} for {Engineering} ({TALE})}, author = {Garcia-Loro, Felix and Sancristobal, Elio and Diaz, Gabriel and Macho, A. and Baizan, Pablo and Blazquez, Manuel and Castro, Manuel and Plaza, Pedro and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Auer, Michael and Kulesza, W. and Gustavsson, Ingvar and Nilsson, Kristian and Fidalgo, Andre and Alves, Gustavo and Marques, A. and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Kreiter, Christian and Pester, Andreas and Garcia-Hernandez, C. and Tavio, R. and Valtonen, K. and Lehtikangas, E.}, month = dec, year = {2018}, keywords = {Distance learning, Education, Federation, Instruments, PILAR, Relays, Software, Switches, VISIR, VISIR remote laboratory systems, analog electronics, analog-digital conversions, computer aided instruction, distance learning students, educational approach, educational institutions, educational open activities, electronics, experimental topics, flexible approach, hands-on labs, laboratories, laboratory, learning scenarios, practical scenarios, remote lab, remote laboratories, remote labs, social demands, technical educational areas, virtual labs}, pages = {134--141} }']

[u' @inproceedings{buitrago_use_2018, title = {Use of {Remote} {Laboratories} in {Engineering} as an {Alternative} to {Pedagogical} {Mediation} and {Social} {Inclusion} in {Distance} {Education}}, doi = {10.1109/CONIITI.2018.8587076}, abstract = {The use of new learning tools based on ubiquitous learning has become a pedagogical mediation tool in which the student can learn from anywhere, however, the incorporation of infrastructure based on remote administration systems has made it more and more possible that this type of learning permits to be a real alternative of pedagogical mediation and at the same time generate social inclusion, making it possible to cover students who are located in distant areas and who have difficulties in accessing laboratory practices. Being the access to resources the predominant factor that prevails in any high quality accreditation process in institutions. The institutions in favor of improving the institutional demands make enormous efforts so that these requirements are met; however, the infrastructure in the institutions becomes a great problem to solve, since there are not enough laboratories and each one of them does not have the supplies to perform laboratory practices and this is added to the high costs they incurred, in addition to the maintenance of them. The development of this type of projects allows students to involve the use of new technologies in the emerging processes of engineering in their social environment as well as real experiments, in sufficient quantity and quality that enhance the ability to learn and master the science.}, booktitle = {2018 {Congreso} {Internacional} de {Innovaci\xf3n} y {Tendencias} en {Ingenier\xeda} ({CONIITI})}, author = {Buitrago, Paola and Camacho, Raul and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Villar, Aitor and Rodr\xedguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Garc\xeda-Zub\xedo, Javier}, month = oct, year = {2018}, keywords = {Mediation, RLMS, Remote laboratories, Robots, Schedules, Tools, Training, U-Learning, UNAD, computer aided instruction, distance education, distance learning, educational institutions, further education, institutional demands, learning tools, pedagogical mediation, pedagogical mediation tool, remote administration systems, remote laboratories, social environment, social inclusion, ubiquitous computing, ubiquitous learning}, pages = {1--6} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_web_2018, series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Networks} and {Systems}}, title = {Web {Tool} for {Designing} and {Testing} of {Digital} {Circuits} {Within} a {Remote} {Laboratory}}, isbn = {978-3-319-95678-7}, shorttitle = {Demonstration}, abstract = {The tool named WebLab-Boole-Deusto allows users to design and implement a bit-level combinational digital circuit. This tool helps students during the design process step by step: truth table, K-maps, Boolean minimization, Boolean expressions, and digital circuit. Also, students can access a remote lab for implementing and testing the system designed by themselves. The remote lab is FPGA-based and it is included in the WebLab-Deusto RMLS (Remote Lab Management System). WebLab-Boole-Deusto is a web tool. Users access a web page instead of installing software on their computer (desktop application). This feature promotes its dissemination to universities and training centers.}, language = {en}, booktitle = {Smart {Industry} \\& {Smart} {Education}}, publisher = {Springer International Publishing}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Cruz, Eneko and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hernandez, Unai}, year = {2018}, keywords = {digital electronics, remote laboratory}, pages = {290--297} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_addressing_2018, address = {San Jose, USA}, title = {Addressing technical and organizational pitfalls of using remote laboratories in a commercial environment}, abstract = {A remote laboratory is a hardware and software solution that enables students to interact with real equipment located somewhere else on the internet. This way, students interact with a real laboratory as if they were on a hands-on- lab session. Once the equipment is remote, it is also possible to share it among institutions, so students from one school or university can access a lab in another university. While there is an interest by many universities of sharing their laboratories, and there are several experiences doing so, the impact has been typically limited. One of the reasons for the limited impact is the lack of robustness in most solutions due to technical issues, which leads to a lack of trust and interest by the potential consumers. LabsLand is a spin-off of the WebLab-Deusto research group which sells access to laboratories of universities to other schools and universities. This contribution analyzes through use cases what are the technical and organizational pitfalls that were found in the process of taking real laboratories and making them available commercially and what are the solutions used to tackle the issues arisen.}, author = {Orduna, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Martinez-Pieper, Gabriel and Villar, Aitor and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Buitrago, Paola and Camacho, Raul and Marmolejo, Paola and Garcia-Zubia, Javier}, month = oct, year = {2018} }']

[u" @inproceedings{angulo_roboblock:_2017, title = {{RoboBlock}: {A} remote lab for robotics and visual programming}, shorttitle = {{RoboBlock}}, doi = {10.1109/EXPAT.2017.7984373}, abstract = {Robotics is part of K12 curricula in different subjects and countries because it is exciting and formative. To teach, the teacher and the school need a laboratory with robots, and this is a challenge because they are not cheap and they need to be maintained. In this scenario the use of a remote lab for robotics is a good solution. There are several remote labs for robotics, the main advantage of RoboBlock is that it offers in the same interface the robot and a visual tool based on Blockly to program the robot.}, booktitle = {2017 4th {Experiment}@{International} {Conference} (exp.at'17)}, author = {Angulo, Ignacio and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Uriarte, I\xf1igo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Mart\xednez-Pieper, Gabriel}, month = jun, year = {2017}, keywords = {Blockly, Hardware, K12 curricula, Programming profession, RoboBlock, Robot sensing systems, Tools, Visualization, educational robots, remote lab, remote labs, robot programming, robotics, visual programming, visual tool}, pages = {109--110} }"]

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_learning_2017, address = {New York, NY, USA}, title = {Learning to program in {K}12 using a remote controlled robot: {RoboBlock}}, abstract = {Programming is part of the curricula in different subjects and countries. To face this challenge, schools are using visual programming (e.g., Scratch, Blockly) and/or educational robots. Some combinations of these two tools are very popular, such as the Lego Mindstorm robots. This work presents a remote controlled robot called RoboBlock, and its main characteristic is that it can be programmed and controlled via Internet. RoboBlock is developed under the WebLab-Deusto Remote Laboratory Management System}, booktitle = {Proceedings of conference: 2017 14th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Mart\xednez-Pieper, Gabriel and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Hernandez, Unai}, year = {2017} }']

[u' @article{almeida_analyzing_2017, title = {Analyzing {Political} {Discourse} in {On}-line {Social} {Networks}}, volume = {23}, issn = {0948-6968}, url = {http://www.jucs.org/jucs_23_3/analyzing_political_discourse_in/abstract.html}, number = {3}, journal = {Journal of Universal Computer Science}, author = {Almeida, Aitor and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = apr, year = {2017}, keywords = {Data analysis, NLP, Natural language processing, Q3, deustek4, e-rmp, jcr1.066, political discourse, politics, social network analysis, social networks}, pages = {233--235} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_increasing_2017, address = {New York, NY, USA}, title = {Increasing the value of {Remote} {Laboratory} federations through an open sharing platform: {LabsLand}}, abstract = {A remote laboratory is a software and hardware tool that enables students to access real equipment located somewhere else through the Internet. This equipment is usually located in universities, schools or research centers. During the last couple of decades, different initiatives have emerged dealing with the development and management of remote laboratories, their integration in learning management systems or their sharing. This last point is particularly relevant, since remote labs are a clear example of excess capacity: since they are usually used only some hours a day, some weeks a year, they could be shared among institutions to reduce costs or to increase the offer of experiential learning. However, despite this fact, the overall impact of these laboratories is fairly limited beyond the scope of the host institution or the scope (and duration) of projects in which the host institution is involved. The focus of this contribution is to outline a set of potential reasons for this fact, and solutions that are being developed to tackle them. After over 10 years working on the area, the WebLab-Deusto research group has started a spin-off focused on this topic, called LabsLand. A key factor of this spin-off is to provide a platform similar to other sharing economy marketplaces, aiming to provide features commonly ignored in the remote laboratories literature such as trust, accurate reliability or different pricing schemes for different scenarios; as well as the laboratories that are being initially provided.}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Azcuenaga, Esteban}, month = mar, year = {2017}, keywords = {ISI, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[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{garcia-zubia_empirical_2017, title = {Empirical {Analysis} of the {Use} of the {VISIR} {Remote} {Lab} in {Teaching} {Analog} {Electronics}}, volume = {60}, issn = {0018-9359}, doi = {10.1109/TE.2016.2608790}, abstract = {Remote laboratories give students the opportunity of experimenting in STEM by using the Internet to control and measure an experimental setting. Remote laboratories are increasingly used in the classroom to complement, or substitute for, hands-on laboratories, so it is important to know its learning value. While many authors approach this question through qualitative analyses, this paper reports a replicated quantitative study that evaluates the teaching performance of one of these resources, the virtual instrument systems in reality (VISIR) remote laboratory. VISIR, described here, is the most popular remote laboratory for basic analog electronics. This paper hypothesizes that use of a remote laboratory has a positive effect on students' learning process. This report analyzes the effect of the use of VISIR in five different groups of students from two different academic years (2013-2014 and 2014-2015), with three teachers and at two educational levels. The empirical experience focuses on Ohm's Law. The results obtained are reported using a pretest and post-test design. The tests were carefully designed and analyzed, and their reliability and validity were assessed. The analysis of knowledge test question results shows that the post-test scores are higher that the pretest. The difference is significant according to Wilcoxon test (p {\\textless} 0.001), and produces a Cohen effect size of 1.0. The VISIR remote laboratory's positive effect on students' learning processes indicates that remote laboratories can produce a positive effect in students' learning if an appropriate activity is used.}, number = {2}, journal = {IEEE Transactions on Education}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Cuadros, Jordi and Romero, Susana and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Guenaga, Mariluz and Gonzalez-Sabate, Lucinio and Gustavsson, Ingvar}, month = may, year = {2017}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Data analysis, JCR, Q2, Remote Laboratories, VISIR, e-Learning, jcr1.330}, pages = {149--156} }"]

[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_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' @inproceedings{rodriguez-gil_architecture_2016, title = {An architecture for new models of online laboratories: {Educative} multi-user gamified hybrid laboratories based on virtual environments}, shorttitle = {An architecture for new models of online laboratories}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2016.7444465}, abstract = {Research in virtual environments, gamification and serious-games suggests that those tools can be very effective for education, and that in certain contexts they provide unique advantages. Recent advances are making the technologies they are based on more widespread, with technologies such as 3D becoming widely available through web browsers and even in mobile devices. Efforts are being dedicated in the area of online hybrid laboratories (laboratories with both virtual and remote components) to evaluate whether it is possible to also incorporate concepts such as virtual environments, serious-gaming, or even collaboration between its users, and what advantages would that provide. There have been some promising results so far, but there are still many possibilities to explore, and the area is relatively novel. This dissertation aims to advance the field by creating and testing the viability of new complex online laboratory models which leverage those new features, and by creating an architecture and providing methodologies to facilitate the creation of laboratories which incorporate them, and which are reliable and interoperable with different Remote Laboratory Management Systems. Additionally, a particular implementation of the proposed architecture will be developed, and generic open tools provided.}, booktitle = {2016 13th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = feb, year = {2016}, keywords = {Collaboration, Education, Electronic mail, ISI, Instruments, Mobile devices, Web browsers, architecture, computer aided instruction, computer games, educative multiuser gamified hybrid laboratories, gamification, generic open tools, hybrid labs, mobile computing, online front-ends, online hybrid laboratories, online labs, open systems, remote components, remote laboratories, remote laboratory management systems, remote labs, serious-games, virtual components, virtual environments, virtual reality}, pages = {202--203} }']

[u' @inproceedings{angulo_new_2016, title = {A new approach to conduct remote experimentation over embedded technologies}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2016.7444445}, abstract = {Present paper presents a new approach to the deployment of remote laboratories over embedded technologies. New proposed architecture allows to perform the main stages in the experimentation with embedded systems including compilation and debugging. The design of the architecture provides scalability and replicability over different technologies. A new remote laboratory has been deployed to test the architecture providing remote experimentation over an ARM Cortex M0+ MCU.}, booktitle = {2016 13th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Angulo, Ignacio and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Rodr\xedguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = feb, year = {2016}, keywords = {ARM Cortex M0+ MCU, Conferences, ISI, Instruments, Scalability, compilation, debugging, electronic engineering education, embedded systems, embedded technology, laboratories, learning tool, microcontrollers, remote experimentation, remote laboratories, remote laboratory}, pages = {86--92} }']

[u' @inproceedings{orduna_classifying_2016, title = {Classifying online laboratories: {Reality}, simulation, user perception and potential overlaps}, shorttitle = {Classifying online laboratories}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2016.7444469}, abstract = {Students of technological fields must practice so as to properly learn a particular field. There are different ways to practice: hands-on-lab in a real environment or a mockup, datasets (and tools for analyzing these datasets), or simulations. Each solution provides different advantages and disadvantages. For example, students might not prefer simulations since they do not always provide accurate real values (and when testing in a real laboratory results differ and the engagement might be higher), but they might be more affordable than real laboratories (depending on the field, there might not be any other affordable solution than a simulation). Datasets of recorded measurements are an equidistant point, where costs are lower and data is real, but no interaction is performed by the users with the reality. When creating remote laboratories, a system that enables students access the final equipment is usually used, but this might not be the best option. Sometimes, every potential input could be recorded and used in the future as a dataset to let users access this laboratory in a scalable way, and hybrid solutions could also be achieved. The focus of this contribution is to classify online laboratories from this perspective.}, booktitle = {2016 13th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Dziabenko, Olga and Angulo, Ignacio and Hernandez, Unai and Azcuenaga, Esteban}, month = feb, year = {2016}, keywords = {Data models, ISI, Internet, Maintenance engineering, Physics, Robots, hands-on-lab, online laboratories, potential overlaps, real environment, reality, remote laboratories, simulation, user perception, virtual instrumentation}, pages = {224--230} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garbi-zutin_online_2016, title = {Online lab infrastructure as a service: {A} new paradigm to simplify the development and deployment of online labs}, shorttitle = {Online lab infrastructure as a service}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2016.7444467}, abstract = {With the development of RLMSs, the functionalities online laboratory systems began to be exposed via well defined external Web services-based APIs, what impacted positively on the efforts necessary to develop a new online laboratory. However, developing and deploying the Remote Lab system still requires a fairly high technical and administrative efforts in order to ensure the proper development, security, setup and maintenance of the online laboratory system. This work introduces a new paradigm to deliver Remote Lab infrastructure as a service aiming at minimizing the requirements posed to online lab developers and lab owners to connect an equipment to the Internet.}, booktitle = {2016 13th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Garbi-Zutin, Danilo and Auer, Michael and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Kreiter, Christian}, month = feb, year = {2016}, keywords = {Authentication, Computer architecture, Internet, Maintenance engineering, RLMS, Servers, Web services, administrative efforts, application program interfaces, cloud computing, computerised instrumentation, external Web services-based API, laboratories, online lab infrastructure as a service, remote lab system, technical efforts}, pages = {208--214} }']

[u' @article{lowe_interoperating_2016, title = {Interoperating {Remote} {Laboratory} {Management} {Systems} ({RLMSs}) for more {Efficient} {Sharing} of {Laboratory} {Resources}}, issn = {0920-5489}, url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0920548915000859}, doi = {10.1016/j.csi.2015.07.004}, abstract = {Remote laboratories have emerged as a viable addition to the tools supporting experiential learning. The advent of Remote Laboratory Management Systems (RLMSs) has allowed several integrated heterogeneous remote laboratories, developed with various technologies, to be administrated and accessed through a common portal. A key benefit arising from the ability to access the laboratories remotely through RLMSs is the opportunity to share laboratory resources across multiple institutions. This sharing is, however, restricted by the inability of a contemporary RLMS installed at an institution to communicate with other RLMS installed at other institution. In this paper we propose a novel Application Programming Interface (API) design pattern for inter-communication between RLMSs accommodating different levels of functional support and thereby allowing more efficient sharing of laboratory resources regardless of their hosting RLMS. The pattern is based on common profile roles supported by the predominating RLMSs, along with their underlying service calls. Afterwards, we present initial results and demonstrate the feasibility and effectiveness of this pattern by developing an API for two common RLMSs, Sahara and the iLab shared Architecture (ISA). As a result, users logging into a Sahara server managed to access and manipulate a radio-activity experiment hosted on an ISA server.}, urldate = {2015-08-23TZ}, journal = {Computer Standards \\& Interfaces}, author = {Lowe, David and Yeung, Herbert and Tawfik, Mohamed and Sancristobal, Elio and Castro, Manuel and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Richter, Thomas}, month = jan, year = {2016}, note = {00001}, keywords = {ISI, Interoperability, JCR, JCR0.879, Q2, Remote Laboratories, iLab Shared Architecture} }']

[u' @article{romero_automatic_2015, title = {Automatic {Assessment} of {Progress} {Using} {Remote} {Laboratories}}, volume = {11}, issn = {1861-2121}, url = {http://online-journals.org/index.php/i-joe/article/view/4379}, doi = {10.3991/ijoe.v11i2.4379}, abstract = {In this paper we present an automatic assessment model for the development of competencies in a physics course using VISIR remote experiment, based on a rubric, and using learning analytics techniques to process data automatically collected from students\u2019 activity using Weblab-Deusto platform.}, number = {2}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering}, author = {Romero, Susana and Guenaga, Mariluz and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = apr, year = {2015}, note = {00000} }']

[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" @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' @inproceedings{cuadros_educational_2015, address = {Madrid, Spain}, title = {Educational {Data} {Mining} in an {Open}-{Ended} {Remote} {Laboratory} on {Electric} {Circuits}. {Goals} and {Preliminary} {Results}}, author = {Cuadros, Jordi and Gonzalez, Lucinio and Romero, Susana and Guenaga, Mariluz and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = jun, year = {2015}, note = {00000} }']

[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' @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{romero_automatic_2014, address = {Madrid, Spain}, title = {An {Automatic} {Assessment} {Model} for {Remote} {Laboratories}}, abstract = {In this paper we present an automatic assessment model for competences developed in a physics course using VISIR remote experiment, based on a rubric and using learning analytics techniques to process data automatically collected from students' activity using Weblab-Deusto platform.}, author = {Romero, Susana and Guenaga, Mariluz and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = oct, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Learning Analytics, Remote Laboratories} }"]

[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' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_prototipado_2014, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Prototipado {R\xe1pido} de {Sistemas} {Digitales} usando {Boole}-{Deusto} y {WebLab}-{Deusto}}, isbn = {978-84-697-0350-2}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Asunci\xf3n, I\xf1aki and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai}, month = jun, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Boole-Deusto, Boole-WebLab-Deusto, FPGA, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[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{romero_new_2014, address = {Logro\xf1o, Spain}, title = {New {Challenges} in the {Bologna} {Process}}, doi = {10.1109/SIIE.2014.7017735}, abstract = {Even if we want or not, whatever the consequences are, we are in Bologna and we have to carry out certain tasks, among them the development of competencies and the coherent and continuous evaluation. Within competencies we can find the instrumental ones, where Remote Laboratories may play a relevant role complementing theory and practice. Assessment can be carried out using the same tool, and integrating Learning Analytics techniques to support the evaluation and make it automatic.}, publisher = {IEEE}, author = {Romero, Susana and Guenaga, Mariluz and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = dec, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Learning Analytics, Remote Laboratories}, pages = {227--230} }']

[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{lerro_development_2014, title = {Development of a {Remote} {Laboratory} {Management} {System} and {Integration} with {Social} {Networks} - {iJES}}, volume = {2}, issn = {2197-8581}, doi = {10.3991/ijes.v2i3.3821}, number = {3}, journal = {International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science \\& IT (iJES)}, author = {Lerro, Frederico and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Marchisio, Susana and Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier}, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Interoperability, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {pp--33} }']

[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' @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{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' @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{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' @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' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_experiencia_2014, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Experiencia de {Uso} y {Evaluaci\xf3n} de {VISIR} en {Electr\xf3nica} {Anal\xf3gica}}, isbn = {978-84-697-0350-2}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and Romero, Susana and Cuadros, Jordi and G\xfcenaga, MLuz and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Dziabenko, Olga and Angulo, Ignacio and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Gonzalez, Lucinio and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai}, month = jun, year = {2014}, note = {00000} }']

[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' @article{sancristobal_virtual_2014, title = {Virtual and {Remote} {Industrial} {Laboratory}: {Integration} in {Learning} {Management} {Systems}}, volume = {8}, issn = {1932-4529}, shorttitle = {Virtual and {Remote} {Industrial} {Laboratory}}, doi = {10.1109/MIE.2012.2235530}, abstract = {During the last few decades, many industrial remote and virtual laboratories have been designed and implemented at different universities and schools with the goal of providing online experiments that are remotely available to their students from anywhere and at any time. Research into virtual and remote laboratories has shown that the vast majority of these laboratories are built using learning tools and resources that are suited to a specific institution. Thus, different universities implement the software for their particular needs and consume a significant amount of time and energy in the process. This article describes a different approach: the design and implementation of a learning management system (LMS) activity that allows sharing of electronic, control and automation, and electrical remote laboratories from different universities within industrial courses without requiring the teacher to program a single line of code.}, number = {4}, journal = {IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine}, author = {Sancristobal, Elio and Pesquera Martin, Alberto and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Martin, Sergio and Gil, Rosario and Ruiz Larrocha, Elena and Albert, Maria Jose and Diaz, Gabriel and Meier, Russ and Castro, Manuel}, month = dec, year = {2014}, note = {00000}, keywords = {Interoperability, JCR, JCR5.061, Q1, Remote Laboratories, learning management systems}, pages = {45--58} }']

[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{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{garcia-zubia_integration_2013, address = {Coimbra, Portugal}, title = {Integration of a remote lab in a software tool for digital electronics}, doi = {10.1109/ExpAt.2013.6703060}, abstract = {The combination of Boole-Deusto (software tool for digital electronics design) and WebLab-Deusto-FPGA (remote lab) allows teachers and students to complete the full design cycle in a computer in only a few minutes: from the truth table or FSM to the real implementation in a FPGA. The system described is oriented towards a first year course in digital electronics to help students and teachers when they are learning and teaching digital electronics.}, booktitle = {Experiment@ {International} {Conference} (exp.at'13), 2013 2nd}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Dziabenko, Olga and Guenaga, MLuz}, year = {2013}, keywords = {Boole-Deusto, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, digital electronics}, pages = {174--175} }"]

[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{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' @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' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_boole-weblab-deusto:_2013, address = {Oklahoma City, OK, USA}, title = {Boole-{WebLab}-{Deusto}: {Integration} of a remote lab in a tool for digital circuits design}, shorttitle = {Boole-{WebLab}-{Deusto}}, doi = {10.1109/FIE.2013.6684945}, abstract = {This paper describes the integration of a remote lab in a tool for educational digital circuits. Boole-Deusto is an educational software tool featuring truth tables, Karnaugh maps, Boolean expressions, finite-state machines and digital circuits. After creating the design through Boole-Deusto, the user can implement the circuit in a remote lab (WebLab-Deusto) with only a few mouse clicks. The user does not need the technical knowledge, time, hardware equipment and specialized software that would normally be required. These conveniences benefit teachers and students alike, especially those involved in basic courses in digital electronics, both at the university and high school levels.}, booktitle = {2013 {IEEE} {Frontiers} in {Education} {Conference}}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Dziabenko, Olga}, month = oct, year = {2013}, keywords = {Boole-Deusto, Boole-WebLab-Deusto, Digital circuits, FPGA, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto, digital electronics, logic design}, pages = {848--854} }']

[u' @incollection{iturrate_remote_2013, title = {Remote laboratory for serious games deployment based on a mobile robot platform}, isbn = {978-84-15759-16-4}, booktitle = {{IT} {Innovative} {Practices} in {Secondary} {Schools}: {Remote} {Experiments}}, publisher = {Universidad de Deusto}, author = {Iturrate, I\xf1igo and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2013}, pages = {303--324} }']

[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{lerro_development_2013, address = {Florianopolis, Brazil}, title = {Development of a remote laboratory management system and integration with social networks}, author = {Lerro, Federico and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Marchisio, Susana and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, year = {2013}, keywords = {Facebook, Federation, Interoperability, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning, social networks} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_integrated_2013, title = {An integrated solution for basics digital electronics: {Boole}-{DEUSTO} and {WebLab}-{DEUSTO}}, url = {http://www.weblab.deusto.es/web/images/publications/rev2013_booledeusto.pdf}, booktitle = {Remote {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV}), 2013 10th {International} {Conference} on}, publisher = {IEEE}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Orduna, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio and Hernandez-Jayo, Unai and Dziabenko, Olga and Guenaga, Mariluz and Artiach, Ramon}, month = feb, year = {2013}, keywords = {Boole-Deusto, Boole-WebLab-Deusto, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {1--5} }']

[u' @inproceedings{kaluz_sharing_2013, address = {Sheffield, United Kingdom}, title = {Sharing {Control} {Laboratories} by {Remote} {Laboratory} {Management} {System} {WebLab}-{Deusto}}, url = {http://www.ifac-papersonline.net/Detailed/61171.html}, doi = {10.3182/20130828-3-UK-2039.00048}, abstract = {In this paper the practical case of remote laboratory sharing is shown. Educational remote laboratories allow students to use real experimental systems in similar way as in traditional labs with additional given value by eliminating time and flexibilityrestrictions. Essential requested features for management of users, accesses, experiments and resource sharing are provided by remote laboratory management system (RLMS) WebLab-Deusto. Using the RLMS we were able to implement set of control educational remote laboratories into existing network of remote laboratories and provide them as shared resources across the different institution that collaborate on WebLab-Deusto RLMS. Educational laboratory processes like thermo-optical plant and two liquid tank systems have been deployed to WebLab-Deusto at Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia (STU), and provided as shared resources to University of Deusto, Spain (UD). In the same way, several experimental laboratories focused on electronics and robotics were provided by UD to STU. This model, also called federation, offers possibilities for educational institutions to extend their laboratory base by experiments aimed on related fields of science.}, urldate = {2014-01-29TZ}, author = {Kaluz, Martin and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Fikar, Miroslav and Cirka, Lubos}, month = aug, year = {2013}, keywords = {Control, Federation, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {345--350} }']

[u" @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_olarex_2013, address = {Berlin, Germany}, title = {{OLAREX} project: {Open} learning approach with remote experiments}, shorttitle = {{OLAREX} project}, doi = {10.1109/EduCon.2013.6530143}, abstract = {The main goal of the OLAREX project is to offer to providers of formal and non-formal education an efficient way to improve their e-didactic and digital competences. For this purpose a training program is created with using ICT-based learning materials, remote laboratories, and e-learning methodologies. The project's primary target groups are the European secondary schools. More specifically: secondary school and university teachers, students and managers of schools, museum employees and their visitors, and other STEM education providers.}, booktitle = {2013 {IEEE} {Global} {Engineering} {Education} {Conference} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, month = mar, year = {2013}, keywords = {ISI, K-12, Remote Laboratories, Secondary Schools, e-Learning}, pages = {442--450} }"]

[u" @inproceedings{iturrate_mobile_2013, address = {Porto, Portugal}, title = {A mobile robot platform for open learning based on serious games and remote laboratories}, doi = {10.1109/CISPEE.2013.6701970}, abstract = {Within the pedagogical community, Serious Games have arisen as a viable alternative to traditional course-based learning materials. Until now, they have been based strictly on software solutions. Meanwhile, research into Remote Laboratories has shown that they are a viable, low-cost solution for experimentation in an engineering context, providing uninterrupted access, low-maintenance requirements, and a heightened sense of reality when compared to simulations. This paper will propose a solution where both approaches are combined to deliver a Remote Laboratory-based Serious Game for use in engineering and school education. The platform for this system is the WebLab-Deusto Framework, already well-tested within the remote laboratory context, and based on open standards. The laboratory allows users to control a mobile robot in a labyrinth environment and take part in an interactive game where they must locate and correctly answer several questions, the subject of which can be adapted to educators' needs. It also integrates the Google Blockly graphical programming language, allowing students to learn basic programming and logic principles without needing to understand complex syntax.}, booktitle = {Engineering {Education} ({CISPEE}), 2013 1st {International} {Conference} of the {Portuguese} {Society} for}, author = {Iturrate, I\xf1igo and Martin, Gustavo and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Alves, Gustavo and Fidalgo, Andre}, month = oct, year = {2013}, keywords = {Google Blockly, Remote Laboratories, Robot, STEM education, Serious Games, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {1--7} }"]

[u" @inproceedings{dziabenko_remote_2013, address = {Oklahoma City, OK, USA}, title = {Remote experiments in secondary school education}, doi = {10.1109/FIE.2013.6685140}, abstract = {This paper describes the current influence of the remote laboratory on practical learning aspects of secondary sector of education. The key challenges faced by the teaching of science include insufficient hands-on laboratory usage in classrooms. The main objective of the paper is to present learning approach of adaptation and usage of remote experiments of WebLab-Deusto in curriculum of secondary school. The activity was organized in collaboration with secondary school teachers of P. Andr\xe9s Urdaneta School. Educators can benefit from different teaching methods (collaborative, inquiry-, and project-based learning) integrated in WebLab-Deusto. The teaching of Ohm's Law in Physics curriculum of secondary school was one of the topics executed during this research. The remote laboratory assignment for students was developed on Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality (VISIR) Open Lab Platform. The existing remote laboratories are more or less copies of hands-on ones. VISIR is a remote laboratory created by Blekinge Institute of technology (BTH) for designing, wiring and measurement of electric circuits. This main feature of VISIR allows one building a scenario of performing basic DC and low frequency AC circuits experiments related to Ohm's and Kirchhoff's laws. Moreover, the students will become familiar with instruments, components, manuals, data sheets, circuit wiring, and other laboratory work. In the paper the main principle of VISIR will be presented; the remote experiments executed by students will be shown. Finally, the result of integrating of remote experiments for study in Urdaneta School will be discussed.}, booktitle = {2013 {IEEE} {Frontiers} in {Education} {Conference}}, author = {Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = oct, year = {2013}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, Secondary Schools, VISIR, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning}, pages = {1760--1764} }"]

[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' @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_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{garcia-zubia_boole-weblab-fpga:_2013, title = {Boole-{WebLab}-{FPGA}: {Creating} an {Integrated} {Digital} {Electronics} {Learning} {Workflow} {Through} a {Hybrid} {Laboratory} and an {Educational} {Electronics} {Design} {Tool}.}, volume = {9}, issn = {1861-2121}, number = {Special Issue: Exp'at 2013}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zub\xeda, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Dziabenko, Olga and G\xfcenaga, Maria}, year = {2013}, note = {00000}, pages = {19--22} }"]

[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{zubia_open_2013, title = {Open {Learning} {Approach} with {Remote} {Experiments}: {OLAREX} {Project}}, volume = {3}, number = {4}, journal = {iJEP}, author = {Zub\xeda, Javier Garc\xeda and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2013}, note = {00000}, pages = {15--22} }']

[u' @inproceedings{angulo_addressing_2013, address = {Berlin, Germany}, title = {Addressing low cost remote laboratories through federation protocols: {Fish} tank remote laboratory}, shorttitle = {Addressing low cost remote laboratories through federation protocols}, doi = {10.1109/EduCon.2013.6530192}, 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. There are usually two approaches when designing remote laboratories: relying on small, inexpensive devices that can be deployed anywhere or relying software rich software infrastructures that support high load of users, providing panel administration, access to other institutional servers (e.g. directories such as Lightweight Directory Access Protocol \u201cLDAP\u201d), etc. With distributed remote laboratory architectures, it is possible to have the laboratory server on the former approach, but the management usually relies on the latter. In certain entities, such as secondary schools or farm schools, they may not be willing to buy and maintain a dedicated server for remote laboratories, and therefore the former approach is more adequate. However, a tradeoff is being made between management capabilities and how easy is to deploy the system. This contribution shows how federation could help in solving this tradeoff, and it uses a real fish tank remote laboratory as a case study.}, booktitle = {2013 {IEEE} {Global} {Engineering} {Education} {Conference} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Angulo, Ignacio and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Dziabenko, Olga}, month = mar, year = {2013}, keywords = {Federation, ISI, Raspberry, Remote Laboratories, Secondary Schools, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, low cost platform}, pages = {757--762} }']

[u" @inproceedings{dziabenko_secondary_2012, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Secondary school needs in remote experimentation and instrumentation}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2012.6293105}, abstract = {The education in applied sciences, engineering, and technologies is one of the Key Competences for Lifelong Learning (2006/962/EC) and priority areas in the educational strategy in EU countries. It directly effects the industrial development. Recent surveys show that the occupational structure of EU employment of the engineering sector tends to shift towards knowledge- and skills-intensive jobs from 27.3\\%(2007) to 32.4\\%(2020) (CEDEFOP, Skills supply and demand in Europe. Medium-term forecast up to 2020 (2010)). Therefore, contemporary industry demands well-educated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) graduates. Since students' motivation to learn depends upon the knowledge and skills of the teachers, teachers should have access to high quality and real-life-based resources to build their competence, to support student's improvement, to familiarize with up-to-date research, development and industrial needs in STEM. This paper presents the study results on secondary school needs in development of remote experimentation and ICT competences in several EU countries. The survey was executed in frame of the project \u201cOLAREX: Open learning approach with remote experiments\u201d supported by EU Lifelong Learning Programme.}, booktitle = {2012 9th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Dziabenko, Olga and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, Secondary Schools, e-Learning}, pages = {1--4} }"]

[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' @inproceedings{campos_easily_2012, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Easily deployable low-cost remote lab platform}, doi = {10.1109/REV.2012.6293132}, abstract = {The paper describes how to create and deploy a low cost platform for remote control of experiments via web page and a PIC microcontroller from Microchip. Thus we have a tool easily applied, by plug-and-play method, to optimize the learning and possibly spanning several types of students and institutions.}, booktitle = {2012 9th {International} {Conference} on {Remote} {Engineering} and {Virtual} {Instrumentation} ({REV})}, author = {Campos, Bruno and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {PIC, Remote Laboratories, e-Learning, low cost platform}, pages = {1--4} }']

[u' @article{tawfik_visir:_2012, title = {{VISIR}: {Experiences} and {Challenges}}, volume = {8}, number = {1}, journal = {iJOE}, author = {Tawfik, Mohamed and San Crist\xf3bal, Elio and Martin, Sergio and Gil, Charo and Pesquera, Alberto and Losada, Pablo and Diaz, Gabriel and Peire, Juan and Castro, Manuel and Zub\xeda, Javier Garc\xeda and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio and Costa-Lobo, Maria and Marques, Arcelina and Alves, Gustavo}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, VISIR, e-Learning}, pages = {25--32} }']

[u' @inproceedings{sancristobal_state_2012, address = {Rome, Italy}, title = {State of {Art}, {Initiatives} and {New} {Challenges} for {Virtual} and {Remote} {Labs}}, doi = {10.1109/ICALT.2012.232}, abstract = {Until a few decades ago, face to face classrooms and hand-on laboratories were the common solution for teaching theory and practice. But, new e-Learning tools have emerged and learning methodologies such as blended and distance learning have taken an important space in learning initiatives. Among them are virtual and remote Labs which provide student with a learning environment where can carry out the experiments through Internet and acquire the needed skills to develop his future jobs. This paper describes the importance of virtual and remote labs and their usage in learning scenarios.}, booktitle = {2012 {IEEE} 12th {International} {Conference} on {Advanced} {Learning} {Technologies} ({ICALT})}, author = {Sancristobal, Elio and Martin, Sergio and Gil, Rosario and Orduna, Pablo and Tawfik, Mohamed and Pesquera, Alberto and Diaz, Gabriel and Colmenar, Antonio and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Castro, Manuel}, month = jul, year = {2012}, keywords = {Distance learning, E-Learning, remote laboratories}, pages = {714--715} }']

[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{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{dziabenko_training_2012, title = {Training of {Microcontrollers} {Using} {Remote} {Experiments} ijoe}, volume = {8}, number = {S4}, journal = {iJOE}, author = {Dziabenko, Olga and Rojko, Andreja and Angulo, Ignacio and Zubia, Javier Garcia and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Microcontrollers, PIC, Remote Laboratories, e-Learning}, pages = {15--19} }']

[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' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_lecciones_2012, address = {Vigo, Spain}, title = {Lecciones del {Proyecto} {ePragmatic} de la {UE}}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2012}, keywords = {PIC, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Box, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[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" @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{tawfik_putting_2012, address = {Vigo, Spain}, title = {Putting fundamentals of electronic circuits practices online}, doi = {10.1109/TAEE.2012.6235419}, abstract = {Fundamentals of electronic circuits' practices have a central role in all the electrical engineering education disciplines. They teach the student the basics of electronic circuit's components and the adjustment of electrical instruments, and allow him to wire and build circuits in order to realize and monitor measurements. Unfortunately, and despite the importance of this type of practices, they are not usually available at many universities owing to geographical, cost, and time constraints. With the evolving of communication and computer technologies, and the advent of E-Learning, it was possible to vanish these constrains by the powerful tools provided by E-Learning, among them the remote laboratories. Thus, recently, many universities have shifted from traditional hands-on laboratories to remote laboratories in order to tackle these constrains bringing fundamentals of electronic circuits practices on-line to students. This has allowed students to access the lab at any time and from anywhere and to design, wire and measure electronic circuits remotely, achieving a significant increase in the lab availability and cost reduction. This paper reports on the current trends in remote laboratories for fundamentals of electronic circuits practices, pointing out significant projects such as Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality (VISIR), NetLab, and remote labs based on NI ELVIS II, which have been successfully adopted at many universities and deployed in the electrical engineering curricula. The paper, also, addresses other common independent approaches based on Data Acquisition Systems (DASs) in combination with measurement and control environments, such as LabVIEW and MATLAB.}, booktitle = {Technologies {Applied} to {Electronics} {Teaching} ({TAEE}), 2012}, author = {Tawfik, Mohamed and Sancristobal, Elio and Pesquera, Alberto and Gil, Rosario and Martin, Sergio and Diaz, Gabriel and Peire, Juan and Castro, Manuel and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garcia-Zubia, Javier}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, VISIR, e-Learning}, pages = {117--121} }"]

[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{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' @inproceedings{dziabenko_remote_2012, address = {Chesapeake, VA, Canada}, title = {Remote {Laboratory} in {Education}: {WebLab}-{Deusto} {Practice}}, shorttitle = {Remote {Laboratory} in {Education}}, url = {http://editlib.org/p/41812}, author = {Dziabenko, Olga and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio}, year = {2012}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, e-Learning}, pages = {1445--1454} }']

[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{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{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{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' @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' @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{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' @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' @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' @inproceedings{tawfik_visir_2011, address = {Rapid City, South Dakota, USA}, title = {{VISIR} deployment in undergraduate engineering practices}, doi = {10.1109/FIE.2011.6143133}, abstract = {Practical sessions are the backbone of qualification in engineering education. It leads to a better understanding and allows mastering scientific concepts and theories. The lack of the availability of practical sessions at many universities and institutions owing to the cost and the unavailability of instructors the most of the time caused a significant decline in experimentation in engineering education over the last decades. Recently, with the progress of computer-based learning, remote laboratories have been proven to be the best alternative to the traditional ones, regarding to its low cost and ubiquity. Some universities have already started to deploy remote labs in their practical sessions. This contribution compiles diverse experiences based on the deployment of the remote laboratory, Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality (VISIR), on the practices of undergraduate engineering grades at various universities within the VISIR community. It aims to show the impact of its usage on engineering education concerning the assessments of students and teachers as well.}, booktitle = {Frontiers in {Education} {Conference} ({FIE}), 2011}, author = {Tawfik, Mohamed and Sancristobal, Elio and Martin, Sergio and Gil, Rosario and Pesquera, Alberto and Losada, Pablo and D\xedaz, Gabriel and Peire, Juan and Castro, Manuel and Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Hernandez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio and Costa-Lobo, Maria and Marques, Arcelina and Viegas, Maria Clara and Alves, Gustavo}, year = {2011}, keywords = {Electronics, ISI, Remote Laboratories, VISIR}, pages = {T1A--1--T1A--7} }']

[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{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_scheduling_2011, address = {Brasov, Romania}, title = {Scheduling schemas among {Internet} {Laboratories} ecosystems}, isbn = {978-3-8958-555-1}, author = {Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier}, year = {2011}, keywords = {Federation, Remote Laboratories, Scheduling, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[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' @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{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' @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' @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_one_2010, address = {Stockholm, Sweden}, title = {One {Lesson} from {TARET}: what is expected from a remote lab?}, isbn = {978-3-89958-540-7}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Pester, Andreas and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Irurzun, Jaime and Gonz\xe1lez, Jose Maria and Angulo, Ignacio and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Rodriguez-Gil, Luis}, year = {2010}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories}, pages = {34--38} }']

[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{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' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_easily_2010, title = {Easily {Integrable} platform for the deployment of a {Remote} {Laboratory} for microcontrollers}, doi = {10.1109/EDUCON.2010.5492558}, abstract = {Remote laboratories are the natural solution in order to perform real experimentation under e-learning tools. Nevertheless these tools are the result of the research developed by the universities to cover their own needs without having in consideration the deployment of this technology by other institutions. This paper presents a hw prototype for a Remote Lab for microcontrollers that tries to solve these problems contributing new possibilities from the commercial and professional point of view.}, booktitle = {2010 {IEEE} {Education} {Engineering} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Castro, Manuel and Sancristobal, Elio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Irurzun, Jaime and Ruiz de Garibay, Jonathan}, year = {2010}, keywords = {Autonomous Laboratory, PIC, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Box}, pages = {327--334} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_developing_2010, address = {Stockholm, Sweden}, title = {Developing a {Second}-{Life}-based {Remote} {Lab} over the {WebLab}-{Deusto} architecture}, abstract = {Remote Labs didactic worth can be very supported using them to solve pressing educational problems. The contrasted lack of interest from young students for Engineering is a growing problem today for the Universities that will affect the global economies in the future. Awakening bachelor\u2019s interest for Science and Engineering is a possible way to restrain this tendency. Since different researches prove that the higher is the sense of presence in the environment the more effective becomes the learning process, using Remote Labs from highly immersive environments can be considered a promising idea. Following this educational aim, the present work covers the technical development of SecondLab, an experimental Remote Lab built over the WebLab-Deusto architecture and the popular 3D-based virtual environment Second Life.}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Irurzun, Jaime and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Ruiz-de-Garibay, Jonathan and Hernandez, Unai and Castro, Manuel}, year = {2010}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, Second Life, WebLab-Deusto, e-Learning}, pages = {41--47} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_secondlab:_2010, title = {{SecondLab}: {A} remote laboratory under {Second} {Life}}, shorttitle = {{SecondLab}}, doi = {10.1109/EDUCON.2010.5492556}, abstract = {The present work describes the implementation of a new remote lab, SecondLab, that allows students to control a microbot from Second Life. SecondLab works over WebLab-Deusto, the remote lab of the University of Deusto, giving the students the chance to work with real experiments from a social 3D-based immersive environment. This approach places the remote lab closer to the students, trying this way to increase their motivation to study science and engineering.}, booktitle = {2010 {IEEE} {Education} {Engineering} ({EDUCON})}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Irurzun, Jaime and Angulo, Ignacio and Hernandez, Unai and Castro, Manuel and Sancristobal, Elio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Ruiz-De-Garibay, Jonathan}, year = {2010}, keywords = {Computer architecture, Distance learning, E-Learning, Remote Laboratories, Second Life, WebLab-Deusto, computer aided instruction, remote laboratories}, pages = {351--356} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_proyecto_2010, address = {Madrid, Spain}, title = {El proyecto {VISIR} en la universidad de {Deusto}: laboratorio remoto para electr\xf3nica b\xe1sica}, isbn = {978-84-96737-68-6}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ru\xedz de Garibay, Jonathan and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Gustavsson, Ingvar and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2010}, keywords = {Electronics, Remote Laboratories, VISIR}, pages = {653--664} }']

[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{sancristobal_service-labs:_2009, title = {Service-{Labs}: {Reusing} {Services} and {Laboratories} from {Open} {Learning} {Management} {Systems}}, booktitle = {{ICL}2009. {Interactive} {Computer} aided {Learning}. {Villach}, {Austria}: {September}}, author = {Sancristobal, Elio and Martin, Sergio and Gil, Rosario and Pastor, Rafael and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Pesquera, Alberto and Diaz, Gabriel and Harward, Judson and Castro, Manuel}, year = {2009}, keywords = {LMS, Moodle, Remote Laboratories}, pages = {23--25} }']

[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{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' @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' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_integracion_2009, address = {Bilbao, Spain}, title = {Integraci\xf3n del laboratorio remoto {WebLab}-{Deusto} en {Moodle}"}, booktitle = {{MoodleMoot} {Euskadi} 2009}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Irurzun, Jaime and Angulo, Ignacio and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai}, year = {2009}, keywords = {LMS, Moodle, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[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' @incollection{vazquez_flexeo:_2009, series = {Advances in {Soft} {Computing}}, title = {Flexeo: {An} {Architecture} for {Integrating} {Wireless} {Sensor} {Networks} into the {Internet} of {Things}}, copyright = {\xa92009 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg}, isbn = {978-3-540-85866-9 978-3-540-85867-6}, shorttitle = {Flexeo}, url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-540-85867-6_26}, abstract = {Wireless sensor networks are a hot topic in Ubiquitous Computing for implementing context-awareness scenarios. The connection of sensor nodes to the Internet leads to new ways for remote monitoring of human behavior in real-time. In this paper, we introduce Flexeo: a flexible architecture for implementing monitoring solutions based on wireless sensor networks, with distributed intelligence at different layers. In this way, sensor-populated scenarios may communicate with Internet-based facilities enabling the vision of an Internet of Things.}, number = {51}, urldate = {2013-09-25TZ}, booktitle = {3rd {Symposium} of {Ubiquitous} {Computing} and {Ambient} {Intelligence} 2008}, publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, author = {Vazquez, Juan Ignacio and Almeida, Aitor and Doamo, Iker and Laiseca, Xabier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, editor = {Corchado, Juan M. and Tapia, Dante I. and Bravo, Jos\xe9}, month = jan, year = {2009}, keywords = {ISI, Internet of Things, Wireless sensor networks, distributed architecture, flexeo, intelligent objects, osgi}, pages = {219--228} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_acceptance_2009, title = {Acceptance, {Usability} and {Usefulness} of {WebLab}-{Deusto} from the {Students} {Point} of {View}}, volume = {5}, number = {1}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Irurzun, Jaime}, year = {2009}, keywords = {DBLP, Remote Laboratories, Survey, WebLab-Deusto} }']

[u" @inproceedings{sancristobal_learning_2009, address = {Honolulu, Hawaii, USA}, title = {Learning {Management} {System}'s {Services} and {Labs}: {Looking} for {Integration} through {Reusability}}, booktitle = {{ED}-{MEDIA} 2009-{World} {Conference} on {Educational} {Multimedia}, {Hypermedia} \\& {Telecommunications}}, author = {Sancristobal, Elio and Martin, Sergio and Gil, Rosario and Pastor, Rafael and Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Termi\xf1o, Guillermo and Pesquera, Alberto and Martinez-Mediano, Catalina and Diaz, Gabriel and Castro, Manuel}, year = {2009}, keywords = {LMS, Moodle, Remote Laboratories} }"]

[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" @article{garcia-zubia_students_2009, title = {Students' review of acceptance, usability and usefulness of {WebLab}-{Deusto}}, volume = {7}, issn = {0972-7272}, number = {3}, journal = {Journal of Digital Information Management}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Angulo, Ignacio and Irurzun, Jaime}, year = {2009}, keywords = {DBLP, Survey, WebLab-Deusto} }"]

[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' @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_towards_2008, address = {Dusseldorf, Germany}, title = {Towards a {Distributed} {Architecture} for {Remote} {Laboratories}}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio and Irurzun, Jaime and Hernandez, Unai}, year = {2008}, keywords = {Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, distributed systems} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_remote_2008, title = {Remote {Laboratories} based on {LXI}}, volume = {4}, number = {3}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Angulo, Ignacio and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2008}, keywords = {DBLP, LXI, VISIR, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {pp--25} }']

[u' @article{garcia-zubia_towards_2008, title = {Towards a distributed architecture for remote labs}, volume = {4}, journal = {International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Angulo, Ignacio and Irurzun, Jaime and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai}, year = {2008}, keywords = {DBLP, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, distributed systems}, pages = {11--14} }']

[u' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_low_2008, address = {Dusseldorf, Germany}, title = {Low {Cost} {Remote} {Lab} for {Microcontrollers}: {WebLab}-{DEUSTO}-{PIC}}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2008}, keywords = {PIC, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Box, low cost platform} }']

[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_plug&play_2008, address = {Budapest, Hungary}, title = {Plug\\&{Play} remote lab for microcontrollers: {WebLab}-{DEUSTO}-{PIC}}, booktitle = {7th {European} {Workshop} on {Microelectronics} {Education} {May}}, author = {Garc\xeda-Zubia, Javier and Angulo, Ignacio and Hern\xe1ndez, Unai and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo}, year = {2008}, keywords = {Autonomous Laboratory, PIC, Remote Laboratories, WebLab-Deusto}, pages = {28--30} }']

[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' @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' @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{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{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' @inproceedings{garcia-zubia_alisis_2007, title = {An\xe1lisis de tecnolog\xedas sw para laboratorios remotos}, booktitle = {{XIII} {Jornadas} de {Ense\xf1anza} {Universitaria} de la {Inform\xe1tica} ({JENUI})}, author = {Garcia-Zubia, Javier and Ordu\xf1a, Pablo and Saenz Ruiz de Velasco, Jose Maria and Jacob Taquet, Ines and Diaz-Labrador, Josuka and Oliver Bernal, Javier}, year = {2007}, keywords = {AJAX, CPLD, FPGA, GPIB, Remote Laboratories, Software Architecture, WebLab-Deusto, python} }']

[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' @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' @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{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{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{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{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{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{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.--} }']