Edif. Científico Técnico CITE-III, Universidad de Almería

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Walkazaba: Serious Game con interacción natural aplicado al turismo

Computer Science Master Degree

 

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Year: 2017

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Diseño de instalaciones domésticas bajo un enfoque de ingeniería basada en modelos

Master Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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Desarrollo de Sistemas Software en .NET basados en Servicios y Componentes

En construcción/Under construction

Year: 2016

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Control de Sistemas Remotos

Master Degree

Year: 2016

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Almerimoviles, punto de venta desarrollado con PHP framework

Computer Science Bachelor Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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BabyTPV. Aplicación Servidor y Apps

Computer Science Bachelor Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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EasyGift: Web para encontrar el regalo ideal

Computer Science Bachelor Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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Experiencias y modelos tecnológicos aplicados en agricultura de precisión

Computer Science Bachelor Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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misNotasUAL: Desarrollo de una aplicación orientada a plataformas móviles para el alumnado

Computer Science Bachelor Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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RSEngine: Motor de videojuegos basado en OpenGL y C++

Computer Science Bachelor Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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Desarrollo de una aplicación Android para la geolocalización de comercios almerienses

Computer Science Bachelor Degree

 

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Year: 2016

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Year: 2016

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ComparTM: un portal web para compartir recursos docentes

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Year: 2015

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Un sistema de interacción por voz para el manejo de Interfaces Mashups

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Year: 2015

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Gludroid Control: Aplicación Android para diabéticos

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Year: 2015

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Gestión y gobierno IT. Un nuevo modelo del paradigma empresarial

Final Bachelor Degree

Year: 2015

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Diseño y estructura de un Centro de Proceso de Datos

Final Bachelor Degree

Year: 2015

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Year: 2015

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Aplicación de un SIG para la trazabilidad de productos hortícolas

Final Bachelor Degree

Year: 2015

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Gestión de la información espacial en sistema P2P

Final Master Degree

 

Nowadays, the spatial data management is useful in many application areas such as geoscience, CAD, robotics and environmental protection, just to cite a few. Dealing with such data (points, lines, polygons, regions, etc..) can be very costly. Therefore, spatial indexing methods (IE) emerged with the aim of improving the efficiency of this type of query data.With respect to Peer-to-Peer systems (P2P), this is an alternative to distributed systems because they are dynamic networks that aim to share resources in a distributed manner. The resources range from multimedia files, data, processing cycles, etc.. This system consists of pairs which provide the network get benefits like: autonomy, because the pairs do not follow any rules about the way in which they should behave in the system and how they must share the resources; symmetry as pairs can act as clients, making use of other resources that pairs share. In this paper we try to make use of the advantages of P2P systems, for the application to spatial information. For this, as it is drawn along the document, it must be performed a pretreatment to integrate spatial information within such networks, from the information of a 2D to 1D space using some of the methods listed below. In addition, we can observe the difference when working with different protocols for the network in which we have integrated spatial information. To carry out the study, a review of the tools has been previously done to simulate P2P systems, of which we have selected PeerSim to facilitate the reuse of already developed protocols through libraries. In this simulator we have worked with P2P protocols such as Pastry, Kademlia and Chord on which we have simulated the spatial information access of raster and vector type. To cite an example, in one of the experiments conducted among protocols, we have measured the difference between increasing the number of pairs that manage vector and raster information, to find a point in space in order to observe the number of hops that took place on the network to search locate information.

 

http://repositorio.ual.es/handle/10835/3082

Year: 2012

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