Ana B. Ariza-Villaverde

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This article presents a mobile Augmented Reality system, called DiedricAR, aimed at the learning of Descriptive Geometry. Thanks to its ability to recreate virtual models in real space, Augmented Reality is a technology suitable for making Descriptive Geometry comprehension and interpretation easier. The DiedricAR application allows students to learn in(More)
Spatial interpolation methods have been applied to many disciplines, the ordinary kriging interpolation being one of the methods most frequently used. However, kriging comprises a computational cost that scales as the cube of the number of data points. Therefore, one most pressing problems in geostatistical simulations is that of developing methods that can(More)
Street layout is an important element of urban morphology that informs on urban patterns influenced by city growing through the years under different planning regulations and different socio-economic contexts. It is assumed by several authors that urban morphology has a fractal or monofractal nature. However, not all the urban patterns can be considered as(More)
Exposure to ambient noise levels above 65 dB can cause public health problems. The spatial distribution of this kind of pollution is linked to various elements which make up the urban form, such as construction density, the existence of open spaces and the shape and physical position of buildings. Since urban morphology displays multifractal behaviour, the(More)
A geographic information system (GIS) is presented in this work with the aim of helping the application of problem-based learning process to show the students how to adopt the appropriate decisions for the adaptation of architectural barriers to ensure the universal accessibility in public buildings. The GIS developed here consists of three layers based on(More)
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