Kimberly García

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Service Discovery Protocols have been developed for applications to take advantages of services shared over networks. Each protocol provides a way for applications to ask for the type of services they need. In return, applications receive information about services that could fulfill their needs. However, such protocols do not supply enough support for(More)
Dynamic collaborative environments enabled with multiple computational devices, software and files have always had difficulty sharing these resources in a practical way. Traditionally, people involved in environments like those are forced to waste time and energy trying to locate a resource they do not even know if it exists inside the organization. Those(More)
An intelligent area integrates both Internet and Intranet software/hardware supports (from small embedded sensors to powerful and dynamic computing devices) to provide information about each artifact state (e.g., a power failure of the refrigerator) without user intervention. This technological sophistication can be achieved by means of service discovery(More)
The detection of scars in the cerebral cortex usually involves a manual process performed by radiologists, who have to face multiple troubles. For example, the bad calibration of the equipment used to get images of the cerebral cortex can cause spacial and geometrical distortions in the MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) sequences. Owing to the advances in(More)