Juan José Martínez-Durá

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Semantic Web Services (SWS) propose to extend the traditional Web Services technologies on the way to consolidate ontologies and semantics. This makes it possible to select, integrate and invocate services dynamically. In this way, services are able to dynamically adapt themselves to changes without human intervention. The main purpose of this paper is to(More)
Weather is an important factor that affects traffic flow and road safety. Adverse weather situations affect the driving conditions directly; hence, drivers must be informed about the weather conditions downstream to adapt their driving. In the framework of intelligent transport systems, several systems have been developed to know the weather situations and(More)
Semantic Web services (SWS) propose to extend the traditional Web services technologies on the way to consolidate ontologies and semantics. This makes possible the selection, the integration and the dynamic invocation of services. In this way, services are able to dynamically adapt themselves to changes without human intervention. The main purpose of this(More)
The development of portals that can be visualized in the increasing number of devices capable of presenting Web contents constitutes a great challenge. The number of devices with different capabilities and characteristics (hardware, software and connectivity to the network) increases every day. In this paper the characteristics, components and functionality(More)
One of the objectives of the Smart Cities is the efficient and sustainable use of transport infrastructures. Sustainability is understood as the application of new technologies to minimize the loss of time and energy, and at the same time, to improve the satisfaction of citizens. Achieving this objective calls for making use of the mobility data collected(More)
The present paper describes the main characteristics and components of the tool developed for integrating the definition of profiles for semantic web services. This tool is based on the languages DAML-S and OWL-S and it includes the ontology visualization and consistency verification that specify the concepts a web service interacts with. Starting from a(More)
This paper describes the main characteristics of an algorithm for matching Semantic Web Services. The algorithm takes advantage of the capacities provided by ontologies that describe services and constitutes an improvement when compared to existing proposals. In addition, the main elements related with the implementation are also described. The system(More)
In domains where several and different systems are working jointly, the integration of them via graphic interfaces is necessary to improve their employ and the user acceptance degree. In the transportation domain the interfaces are basically based on object control that allows to the road operator to manage the different traffic elements. The most usual(More)
In this work we demonstrate a particular use of ontologies based on the European specifications DATEXII. These specifications are designed and developed as a traffic and travel data exchange mechanism by a European task force to set up and standardise the interface between traffic control and information centres. It is the reference for applications that(More)
Currently, freight transport carried through a country or through different countries undergoes many delays due to merchandise controls. Merchandise control is only carried out at some border posts or when the authorities demand it. Such control can be an important problem since there are different laws for the same merchandise, according to the legislation(More)