A. Lliteras

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
It is now usual that GIS applications need to define and handle continuous information. This is of extreme relevance in areas like meteorology and environmental applications. GIS do not have tools that allow the use of this type of information, which often prevents to make a complete analysis. In this work we present an application using object-oriented(More)
In this paper, we present an approach to create location-aware experiences. We use the concept of separation of concerns to represent the content layer and the location layer. This separation allows reusing the layers independently one of each other. The focus of this paper is to provide an end-user tool to create location-aware applications in-situ. By(More)
In this paper, we present some features of our in-situ indoor-outdoor authoring tool for location-based learning experiences. For example, how to reuse locations in different experiences or how to design from scratch in places without any location sensing mechanisms. In addition, we describe some features in which we are working on. We expect to create a(More)
In this paper we present a model to define location-aware experiences having its different aspects (contents, location, etc) decoupled one from another. We have created an application following this model, which is also combined with actors? performances. This application defines three relevant locations inside a specific building. By reading a QR-code the(More)
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are used to collect, store, analyze and present information describing physical and logical aspects of real world entities. They deal with several areas, such as georeferencing, topology, visualization, representation of continuous information and so on. Most of GIS applications are hardly adapted to new requirements,(More)
  • 1