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By Carlos Ramos, Paulo Novais, Céline Ehrwein Nihan, Juan M. Corchado Rodríguez

Ambient Intelligence (AmI) is a up to date paradigm rising from man made Intelligence (AI), the place desktops are used as proactive instruments aiding individuals with their day by day actions, making everyone’s existence extra comfortable.

Another major challenge of AmI originates from the human computing device interplay area and makes a speciality of supplying how you can engage with structures in a extra average method by way of capacity consumer pleasant interfaces. This box is evolving fast as will be witnessed via the rising normal language and gesture dependent different types of interaction.

The inclusion of computational energy and conversation applied sciences in daily gadgets is starting to be and their embedding into our environments might be as invisible as attainable. to ensure that AmI to achieve success, human interplay with computing energy and embedded platforms within the atmosphere could be delicate and take place with out humans truly noticing it. the one wisdom humans must have arises from AmI: extra defense, convenience and well being, rising in a usual and inherent way.

ISAmI is the overseas Symposium on Ambient Intelligence and aiming to assemble researchers from quite a few disciplines that represent the clinical box of Ambient Intelligence to provide and speak about the most recent effects, new rules, tasks and classes realized, specifically when it comes to software program and purposes, and goals to assemble researchers from numerous disciplines which are attracted to all elements of this area.

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Furthermore, as the labels of the nodes should represent the difficulty of each student i ∈ N to be influenced, according to their position in the Student Government, then they have been changed by the following values: f (i) = 1, if i is an advisor; f (i) = deg − (i)/2 , if i is a minister; and f (i) = deg − (i), if i is the primer minister. We consider a majority influence required to win, setting q = 6 (see Table 3 and Figure 4). Traditional measures provide different rankings. In fact, none of the most central nodes measured with CC and CB coincide, and while the most central node for CC is the advisor 10, this is the less central according to CB .

Molinero, F. Riquelme, and M. Serna the results have been quite different. Indicating that an additional study on more realistic social networks is of interest. Our proposal can be extended to other power indices [5] and measures, it will be of interest to determine which of them provide relevant rankings for social network analysis. Finally, we want to mention that there are other well known concepts related with players in simple games, such as dummy, vetoer or dictators [13], that could provide interesting properties of actors in a social network.

Net) to facilitate creating new exercises and editing or removing existing ones. The system comprises three main databases that contain the learning contents, multimodal elements and the history of the interaction respectively. The first database stores the questions and answers categorized in different topics. For each question, there is a text, optional multimedia contents (audio and video) and several answers. For each answer, there is also text and/or multimedia, as well as the positive and negative feedbacks and hints to be provided to the student in the case he/she selects the answer.

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