The use of robots to perform complicated and/or dangerous tasks is not new. They have been used for years in the field of health, for surveillance, and for the location and deactivation of explosives, to name only a few examples.

However, the interaction among different robotic devices in an effort to achieve a common goal is much less frequent, and not because robots are conceived and work according to heterogeneous architectures and computing languages, making automated coordination difficult...

 

Reading comprehension is one of the weak points of the educational system. However, as opposed to solving this problem as students continue with their academic preparation, problems associated with reading comprehension are actually <a data-cke-saved-href="extending into adult life.

As part of the research tied to educational technology, the BISITE group has spent the last three years working on the development of a reading comprehension tool for children as part of the TERENCE project...

This article presents a distributed agent-based system that can process the visual information obtained by stereoscopic cameras. The system is embedded within a global project whose objective is to develop an intelligent environment for location and identification within dependent environments that merges with other types of technologies. In this kind of environments, vision algorithms are very costly and require a lot of time to produce a response, which is highly inconvenient since many applications can require action to be taken in real time.

DCAI'14 Special Sessions will be a very useful tool in order to complement the regular program with new or emerging topics of particular interest in the field of Distributed systems and Artificial Intelligence. Special Sessions that emphasize on multi-disciplinary and transversal aspects, as well as cutting-edge topics are especially encouraged and welcome.

72 security specialists from all over the world participated in a seminar on radar technology held at the University of Salamanca. The meeting was organized by the BISITE group in collaboration with the Ministry of Defense and forms part of an international program under S&TO (a subsidiary body of NATO in charge of R&D) to promote the exchange of information and the development of collaborative projects in the area of security.

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