Rubén Fuentes-Fernández

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Jorge J. Gomez-Sanz Facultad de Informática Universidad Complutense de Madrid 28040 Madrid, Spain Rubén Fuentes Facultad de Informática Universidad Complutense de Madrid 28040 Madrid, Spain Juan Pavón Facultad de Informática Universidad Complutense de Madrid 28040 Madrid, Spain Ivan García-Magariño(More)
Current agent oriented methodologies focus each one on some aspects of multi-agent systems and may leave aside others. For this reason, a developer may find useful to apply different specialized methods and tools for each aspect of the system under development, depending on the problem characteristics. Nevertheless, the integration of different elements(More)
Practitioners of model-driven engineering usually find that producing model transformations still requires much effort. The Model Transformation By-Example (MTBE) approach softens this problem by means of the automated creation of model transformations from pairs of source and target model examples. However, the current techniques and tools for MTBE are(More)
The human context within which a software system will operate is fundamental for its requirements. It may not appear to be very much related to the system, but it is very relevant in achieving its successful adoption. However, requirements engineers have usually a background in Software Engineering and are not trained to elicit this kind of information.(More)
University courses about computer programming usually seek to provide students not only with technical knowledge, but also with the skills required to work in real-life software projects. Nowadays, the development of software applications requires the coordinated efforts of the members of one or more teams. Therefore, it is important for software(More)
Crisis management has been a traditional testbed for multiagent systems concepts on simulation, learning, planning, or communication. Nevertheless, little research has been done in order to gain knowledge from the experience obtained in such scenarios. This paper aims at this goal by describing an organization pattern for multi-agent systems in crisis(More)
Agent-Oriented Software Engineering is currently deeply influenced by the techniques and concepts of Model-Driven Development. In this context, the use of automated transformations to support directly software processes is an aspect not explored yet. Models are supposed to be created following the activities of a process, but this coupling currently depends(More)
In this paper we present a general framework, called NUCLEO, for the application of socio-constructive educational approaches in higher education. The underlying pedagogical approach relies on an adaptation model in order to improve group dynamics, as this has been identified as one of the key features in the success of collaborative learning scenarios.(More)