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  1. Arquitectura, ciudad y sostenibilidad: publicidad exterior sostenible.

    García Carrizo, Jennifer
    La contaminación visual es uno de los elementos que progresivamente está adquiriendo un importante peso para determinar la calidad del paisaje urbano y la imagen y reputación de las ciudades. En este contexto, cabe destacar que una de las mayores fuentes de contaminación visual de la ciudad es la publicidad exterior. Por ese motivo, y en busca de una ciudad sostenible, es necesario implementar en los espacios urbanos una comunicación publicitaria que logre construir sinergias positivas y reducir dicha contaminación. Con esta investigación se pretende determinar las características, rasgos y pautas de una publicidad exterior sostenible que logre integrarse en la...

  2. Arquitectura, ciudad y sostenibilidad: publicidad exterior sostenible

    García Carrizo, Jennifer
    La contaminación visual es uno de los elementos que progresivamente está adquiriendo un importante peso para determinar la calidad del paisaje urbano y la imagen y reputación de las ciudades. En este contexto, cabe destacar que una de las mayores fuentes de contaminación visual de la ciudad es la publicidad exterior. Por ese motivo, y en busca de una ciudad sostenible, es necesario implementar en los espacios urbanos una comunicación publicitaria que logre construir sinergias positivas y reducir dicha contaminación. Con esta investigación se pretende determinar las características, rasgos y pautas de una publicidad exterior sostenible que logre integrarse en la...

  3. El "mito" de Don Quijote (2ª parte): ¿con o sin comillas? En busca de criterios pertinentes del mito.

    Losada Goya, José Manuel
    Toda la estructuración del Quijote revela una intención netamente desmitificadora. Así, la 1ª parte es de naturaleza eminentemente paródica; consiste, por lo general, en trocar el ambiente poético-caballeresco en ambiente de baja cotidianeidad. La 2ª parte, más innovadora, utiliza con gran sutilidad el recurso de lo apócrifo, suscita en el lector, y en el mismo personaje, la duda sobre la autenticidad de lo narrado. Ambos recursos, entiendo, son incompatibles con la estructura propia de los relatos míticos. Hablar del mito de Don Quijote es ir contra la literalidad del texto, abusar del lenguaje: cometer un contrasentido.

  4. "Basta ser mujer para caérseme las alas". Teresa de Jesús y el feminismo

    Bernardez-Rodal, Asunción
    Este texto es una reflexión sobre la obra de Teresa de Ávila mirada desde una perspectiva específica: los análisis de género. Se parte de una análisis del contexto de recepción actual y se analizan algunos rasgos por los que la autora podría ser calificada de "proto-feminista".

  5. Gradient Fusion Operators for Vector-Valued Image Processing

    Lopez-Molina, Carlos; Montero, Javier; Bustince, Humberto; De Baets, Bernard
    While classical image processing algorithms were designed for scalar-valued (binary or grayscale) images, new technologies have made it commonplace to work with vector-valued ones. These technologies can involve new types of sensors, as in remote sensing, but also mathematical models leading to an increased cardinality at each pixel. This work analyzes the role of first-order differentiation in vector-valued images; specifically, we explore a novel operator to produce a 2D vector from a Jacobian matrix, in order to represent the variation in a vector-valued image as a planar feature.

  6. On Stability of Families for Improper Aggregation Operators

    Olaso, Pablo; Rojas, Karina; Gomez, D.; Montero, Javier
    This work extends the notion of consistency in terms of stability for Families of Aggregation Operators (FAO), as defined in previous works. The notion of stability proposed in this work, not only extends the previous one, but it can be applied to a wider set of FAOs, particularly, to those that we name here as Family of Improper Aggregation Operators (FIAO), or improper FAOs. When the aggregated value cannot be considered as a new item from the input, the present definition of onsistency cannot be applied. This is usual in several areas, namely in the development of social, economic and...

  7. Aggregation tools for the evaluation of classifications

    Castiblanco, Fabian; Gomez, D.; Montero, Javier; Rodríguez, Juan Tinguaro
    This paper focuses on key issues related to aggregation tools within knowledge acquisition, and in particular for image processing. In particular, it is claimed the need of a number of simultaneous indices in order to evaluate the quality of a fuzzy classification (e.g., overlapping, covering and relevance), and that such a family of indices should allow learning, giving a hint on how such a classification can be improved. Our guess is that those indices can be obtained from certain families of well-known aggregation tools.

  8. Graph Approach in Image Segmentation

    Guada, Carely; Gomez, D.; Rodríguez, Juan Tinguaro; Yáñez, Javier; Montero, Javier
    In this paper we discuss about graph approach in image segmentation. In first place, some main image processing techniques are classified based upon the output these methods provide. Then, a fuzzy image segmentation definition is presented because in the literature review was found that it was not clearly defined. This definition of fuzzy image segmentation is then related to a hierarchical image segmentation procedure, so this concept is also formally defined in this work. As every output of an image processing algorithm has to be evaluated, then a method to evaluate a hierarchical segmentation output is proposed in order to...

  9. Hesitant fuzzy sets and relations using lists

    González del Campo, Ramón; Garmendia, Luis; Recasens, Jordi; Montero, Javier
    Hesitant Fuzzy Sets are useful to represent the information given by several experts. However, this possibility usually require to deal with sets of values with different cardinality and the necessity to compare them, it is, not all experts evaluate all the elements in the universe. In this paper it is proposed a new nomenclature for Hesitant Fuzzy Sets called Hesitant Fuzzy Sets using Lists. It is proposed a new partial order relation between lists of membership degrees. This partial order relation allows to handle lists with different lengths. In addition, Hesitant Fuzzy Relations on Lists operations are defined and the...

  10. The Rome I and Rome II Regulations in International Commercial Arbitration

    De Miguel Asensio, Pedro Alberto
    I. Law Applicable to the Merits in Commercial Arbitration in the European Union. A. Legal Framework in the Union and its Member States. B. Arbitration Rules. C. Arbitration Practice. II. Scope of the Rome I Regulation with regard to Arbitration. A. The Regulation as a Binding Instrument? B. State Courts as Direct Addressees of the Regulation. C. Scope and Significance. III. Rome II Regulation. A. Application. B. Structure and Mandatory Conflict of Laws Rules. IV. Choice-of-law Agreements: Meaning of the Rome I and II Regulations. A. Limits to Party Autonomy. B. Source of Guidance. C. Non-Contractual Obligations. V. Methods to Determine...

  11. Profesores de religión en la escuela pública: autonomía de los grupos religiosos y neutralidad del Estado

    Palomino Lozano, Rafael

  12. Contrasting Mineralizing Processes in Volcanic-Hosted Graphite Deposits

    Luque del Villar, Francisco Javier; Barrenechea, José F.; Ortega Menor, Lorena; Rodas, Magdalena; Millward, David
    The only two known graphite vein-deposits hosted by volcanic rocks (Borrowdale, United Kingdom, and Huelma, Southern Spain) show remarkable similarities and differences. The lithology, age of the magmatism and geodynamic contexts are distinct, but the mineralized bodies are controlled by fractures. Evidence of assimilation of metasedimentary rocks by the magmas and hydrothermal alteration are also common features to both occurrences. Graphite morphologies at the Borrowdale deposit vary from flakes (predominant) to spherulites and cryptocrystalline aggregates, whereas at Huelma, flaky graphite is the only morphology observed. The structural characterization of graphite indicates a high degree of ordering along both the c...

  13. Construction of Capacities from Overlap Indexes

    Sanz, José Antonio; Galar, Mikel; Mesiar, Radko; Bustince, H.; Fernandez, Javier; Montero, Javier
    In many problems, it is crucial to find a relation between groups of data. Such relation can be expressed, for instance, in terms of an appropriate fuzzy measure or capacity([10, 21]) which reflects the way the different data are connected to each other [20]. In this chapter, taking into account this fact and following the developments in [8],we introduce a method to build capacities ([20, 21]) directly from the data (inputs) of a given problem. In order to do so, we make use of the notions of overlap function and overlap index ([5, 12, 13, 7, 4, 14, 16]) for...

  14. A new view on the relationships between interval valured and intuitionistic fuzzy sets

    Franco, Camilo; Rodríguez, Juan Tinguaro; Montero, Javier; Gomez, D.
    This paper proposes a novel approach to analyze the relationship between interval valued fuzzy sets (IVFS) and Atanassov’s intuitionistic fuzzy sets (AIFS), based on the recently introduced notion of paired structure. It is suggested that the different semantics of IVFS and AIFS, with respect to their particular purposes as extensions of fuzzy sets, can be formally recovered and separated in the framework of paired structures, pointing out that both models actually provide a quite different representational performance.

  15. Paired fuzzy sets and other opposite-based models

    Montero, Javier; Gomez, D.; Rodríguez, Juan Tinguaro; Franco, Camilo
    In this paper we stress the relevance of those fuzzy models that impose a couple of simultaneous views in order to represent concepts. In particular, we point out that the basic model to start with should contain at least two somehow opposite valuations plus a number of neutral concepts that are generated from the semantic relationship between those two opposites. Such a basic model should be distinguished from some other similar approaches that can be found in the literature, and that may bring some difficulties in intuition, partially because of their denomination. The general term “paired fuzzy sets” is then...

  16. Assimilation, Hydrothermal Alteration and Graphite Mineralization in the Borrowdale Deposit (UK)

    Ortega Menor, Lorena; Luque del Villar, Francisco Javier; Barrenechea, Edurne; Rodas, Magdalena; Millward, David; Beyssac, Olivier
    The volcanic-hosted graphite deposit at Borrowdale was formed through precipitation from C-O-H fluids. The G13C data indicate that carbon was incorporated into the mineralizing fluids by assimilation of carbonaceous metapelites of the Skiddaw Group by andesite magmas of the Borrowdale Volcanic Group. The graphite mineralization occurred as the fluids migrated upwards through normal conjugate fractures forming the main subvertical pipe-like bodies. The mineralizing fluids evolved from CO2-CH4-H2O mixtures (XCO2=0.6-0.8) to CH4-H2O mixtures. Coevally with graphite deposition, the andesite and dioritic wall rocks adjacent to the veins were intensely hydrothermally altered to a propylitic assemblage. The initial graphite precipitation was probably...

  17. Assimilation, Hydrothermal Alteration and Graphite Mineralization in the Borrowdale Deposit (UK)

    Ortega Menor, Lorena; Luque del Villar, Francisco Javier; Barrenechea, Edurne; Rodas, Magdalena; Millward, David; Beyssac, Olivier
    The volcanic-hosted graphite deposit at Borrowdale was formed through precipitation from C-O-H fluids. The G13C data indicate that carbon was incorporated into the mineralizing fluids by assimilation of carbonaceous metapelites of the Skiddaw Group by andesite magmas of the Borrowdale Volcanic Group. The graphite mineralization occurred as the fluids migrated upwards through normal conjugate fractures forming the main subvertical pipe-like bodies. The mineralizing fluids evolved from CO2-CH4-H2O mixtures (XCO2=0.6-0.8) to CH4-H2O mixtures. Coevally with graphite deposition, the andesite and dioritic wall rocks adjacent to the veins were intensely hydrothermally altered to a propylitic assemblage. The initial graphite precipitation was probably...

  18. América Latina, más allá de 2015: escenarios del desarrollo global y las políticas de cooperación internacional

    Sanahuja, José Antonio

  19. Más allá de 2015: visiones y escenarios del desarrollo global y las políticas de ayuda

    Sanahuja, José Antonio

  20. La Unión Europea y CELAC: Balance, perspectivas y opciones de la relación birregional

    Sanahuja, José Antonio

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