Francisco P. Romero

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Systematic literature reviews (SLRs) have been gaining a significant amount of attention from Software Engineering researchers since 2004. SLRs are considered to be a new research methodology in Software Engineering, which allow evidence to be gathered with regard to the usefulness or effectiveness of the technology proposed in Software Engineering for the(More)
This paper presents an application of diverse soft-computing techniques to adaptive traffic light controls. The proposed methodology consists of two main phases: off-line and on-line. First, clustering techniques and optimization methods are used at the off-line stage to discover the prototypes which characterize the traffic mobility patterns at an(More)
In this paper we present an approach to use fuzzy logic and data mining techniques in order to improve the quality of intelligent agents services in the Internet context. The overall objective is to design and implement a software model for collaborative environments capable of extracting knowledge from newsgroups, chat services … The construction of the(More)
The main objective of this work is to improve the quality of the results provided by search engines in the Internet. In order to get this aim, we have developed the metasearcher FISS (Fuzzy Interrelations and Synonymy based Searcher) that incorporates a soft clustering component whose similarity function considers the co-occurrence of concepts of the(More)