Carlos José M. Olguín

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We propose a new design of complex self-evolving structures that vary over time due to environmental interaction. In conventional 3D printing systems, materials are meant to be stable rather than active and fabricated models are designed and printed as static objects. Here, we introduce a novel approach for simulating and fabricating self-evolving(More)
1. Purpose In this BioBricks Foundation Request for Comments (BBF RFC), we specify the Synthetic Biology Open Language (SBOL) Version 1.1.0 to enable the electronic exchange of information describing DNA components used in synthetic biology. We define: 1. the vocabulary, a set of preferred terms and 2. the core data model, a common computational(More)
Learning Vector Quantization is a kind of artificial neural network with a competitive and supervised learning. This technique is commonly used to patterns recognition tasks. This artificial neural network was applied to the LIBRAS signals recognition problem, where the images representation was done with bits signatures. This is an unusual combination form(More)
Collaborative learning supported through computers seems to be very promising, since advances in computational technology enable the widespread use of tools such as bulletin boards, chats, whiteboards and even video-conference. However, it is not clear which approach for on-line learning – individual or collaborative – is more effective for the students.(More)
Today's commercial webcast applications are largely designed as virtual lecture halls optimized to support a speaker's need to present information such as speaker audio, supporting slides and to receive audience questions. This focus on information delivery ignores the many additional reasons why people attend real-world events as well as the social(More)
iv v ABSTRACT As more and different services appear over the Internet, there is a need to have a brokerage architecture that abstracts complexity from the user and is scalable enough to be internet-wide deployed. We present an architecture for the deployment of service brokers over the Internet. We have done this by merging SLP and AS1 and adding our own(More)
Simulating phenomena at micro scale is challenging due to the immaturity in theory and the complexities in existing high-order physics equations. This paper presents a plausible physics model to simulate a microscopic phenomenon, i.e. The coffee-ring effect and its suppression. In order to reproduce micro-fluidics behaviors inside the droplet, four forces(More)