Innovación y Software

Innovación y Software

Basic info

  • Publisher: Universidad La Salle
  • Country of publisher: peru
  • Platform/Host/Aggregator: OJS
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2020/Jun/29

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Computer and Information Science, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Engineering, Technology, Artificial Intelligence
  • Publisher's keywords: Computer, Software Engineering, Image processing, Artificial Intelligence
  • Language of fulltext: spanish, catalan, english
  • Time from submission to publication: 6 weeks

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  • Waiver policy for charges? Yes

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  • Type of License: CC BY
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  • Year open access content began: 2020
  • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright? False
  • Does the author retain publishing rights? False

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This journal has '17' articles

The optimization of production processes in the clothing industry using the simulation of discrete events

The optimization of production processes in the clothing industry using the simulation of discrete events

Authors: Luis Alfredo Aragón Guía, Yordi Jesús Díaz Callo, Marilyn Fabiola Juarez Flores
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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It is important for small growing textile companies to make key decisions based on accurate and reliable information about the present production process and how future changes could affect them. Using traditional mathematical methods it is not possible to accurately and reliably reflect the real stochastic behaviour of processes and activities carried out in this industry. There are, however, information technologies such as the computer simulation technique that allow such information to be obtained taking this behaviour into account.he research carried out a simulation study of the garment making process of a small textile company in order to propose a better distribution of resources by experimenting with a simulation model of the process, In addition, some of the quantitative information obtained with this technique is presented. The results obtained show that making changes in assigning tasks and resources reduces the production time of a batch of 100 units in one hour and reduces approximately 30 minutes the average time that a unit remains in the system. All the information was obtained by means of a simulation model verified and validated without the need to experience such changes with the real system.

Keywords: Discrete events, Simulation, Textile
QuantityEr: An extensible and simple solution to obtain the amount of results of complex queries to GitHub

QuantityEr: An extensible and simple solution to obtain the amount of results of complex queries to GitHub

Authors: Ernesto Soto Gómez
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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GitHub is a platform that provides hosting for software development version control using Git. It features an application programming interface to allow the software to interact with the platform. The enormous quantity of information Hosted in GitHub may be useful to make studies about the current presence of development tools in the open-source software development community. However, the search engine has restrictions that make it impossible to issue complex queries to the platform. In this report, it is described as an object-oriented and extensible solution, named QuantityEr, to obtain the number of search results of complex queries to GitHub by using the inclusion-exclusion principle. The mathematical definitions, as well as related concepts, are presented. The mathematical model is discussed. The application of general design and used development tools are presented. Also, the results of the execution examples are showed. It is concluded that the treated problem has been solved although more work may be done to improve the solution.

Keywords: search results amount, GitHub, inclusion-exclusion principle, object oriented programming, Python
Application of numerical methods with MATLAB for modelling the AZT drug and the survival by AIDS

Application of numerical methods with MATLAB for modelling the AZT drug and the survival by AIDS

Authors: Ihosvany Rodríguez González, Anié Bermudez Peña
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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In our work we conducted a study for solving differential equations an application to modeling in a particular case of the biopharmaceutical sector, which was necessary at the time realize the importance of the application of this drug in a disease that became a pandemic Worldwide. In this problem the impact of zidovudine (azidothymidine or AZT) described on the survival of those who develop acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. For the solution of this model it is has an ordinary differential equation of first order with initial values on which the separation of variables is applied to obtain the real solution analytically and apply numerical methods 3 (Euler, Improved Euler and Runge Kuta 4) using MATLAB mathematical wizard to calculate approximate solutions. Finally, we show the results of the methods, the absolute and relative errors of each and a comparison with the analytical solution and their respective tables and graphs.

Keywords: AZT drug, MATLAB, numerical methods
Simulation of the software development process: an approximation using System Dynamics and the Larman Method

Simulation of the software development process: an approximation using System Dynamics and the Larman Method

Authors: German Lenin Dugarte Peña, Maria Isabel Sanchez Segura, Fuensanta Medina Domínguez, Antonio de Amescua Seco
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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The implementation of any software development process involves the consumption of critical resources. Software engineers cannot experiment with different development processes before starting them in real projects, due to the time that would entail and the amount of elements that are involved, so it is vital to have tools that allow the pre-visualization of the results of executing the software development process and how the environmental variables affect it, thus being able to anticipate under what conditions the software development process will be deployed. This paper presents the modelling and simulation of a software development process using System Dynamics (SD), which allows the graphical representation of the elements intervening in the software process, and the incorporation of as many relevant elements as possible. As a software costs estimation reference, the COCOMO estimation model was used; which beyond being reliable has a theoretical-practical foundation. As an ideal, and real, software process system, the Craig Larman Software Process model was chosen, also known as the Larman Method. The simulation model developed here, allows one to make some initial estimation of the software process and its elements’ behavior in the course of the simulation time. This is possible thanks to the observation and study of the system’s state variables, empowering one to discern about the effect of changes in the parameters on the general process, hence, carrying out relevant and interesting scenario studies. This model becomes a tool for supporting Software Project Management teams and enterprises whose business care on Technological Projects Management.

Keywords: Craig Larman's Method, Software Engineering Economics, Software Process Management, Software Process Simulation Modelling, System Dynamics
Fingerprints indexing component based on global features

Fingerprints indexing component based on global features

Authors: Estela Odelsa Martín Coronel, Adrián Hernández Barrios, Allens Torres Ruíz
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Abstract

The fingerprint orientation field is a widely used feature for developing indexing strategies. Such feature brings stability and decreases the response times during the identification process. The use of attribute relational graphs and dynamic masks can exploit the features provided by the partitioning scheme. The penetration index and the error rate for each of the proposed strategies were determined. To verify the results obtained were used the databases provided by the Fingerprint Verification Competition. Both search schemes reveal the facilities offered by the orientation field for guiding the searching process; reducing the number of comparisons in 53.24%; proving its stability against different fingerprint image qualities. Based on the results, it was proven that the adoption of such indexing strategies will reduce the response time in the identification module proposed by the Identification and Digital Security Center at the University of Informatics Sciences.

Keywords: attribute relational graphs, dynamic masks, fingerprints indexing, orientation field
Configuration and Change Management in IT Services Projects

Configuration and Change Management in IT Services Projects

Authors: Gretel Danitza Canasa Condori, Fernando Omar Cayo Riveros
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Abstract

Nowadays, there is a growing use of information technologies, contributing to the development of organizations. The difference between the success and failure of the use of information technologies does not depend much on the characteristics of this, Rather the ability of managers to use it strategically. Therefore, models of Information Technology Service Management have been developed so that organizations can offer services effectively and with a higher level of quality. These models see several aspects, one of which is configuration and change management. Changes will occur at any time so we must be prepared. A comparison of three IT service management models was made focusing on configuration management. IT Service Management models can be combined using the necessary processes and adapting them to the project.

Keywords: IT Service Management, configuration management, CMMI-SVC, ITIL, COBIT
MPI vs OpenMP: A case study on parallel generation of Mandelbrot set

MPI vs OpenMP: A case study on parallel generation of Mandelbrot set

Authors: Ernesto Soto Gómez
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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Nowadays, some of the most popular tools for parallel programming are Message Passing Interface (MPI) and Open Multi-Processing (OpenMP). It is of interest to compare these tools in solving the same kind of problems, because of the use of different approaches to inter-task communication. This work attempts to contribute to this goal by running trials in a centralized shared memory architecture in the case of problems with an entirely parallel solution. The selected case study was the parallel computation of Mandelbrot set. Trials were conducted for different iteration limits, processors amount, and C++ implementation variants. The results show better performance in the case of OpenMP.

Keywords: C++, MPI, OpenMP, parallel computing, Mandelbrot set
Parallel resolution of triangular systems

Parallel resolution of triangular systems

Authors: Ihosvany Rodríguez González, Anié Bermudez Peña
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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The resolution of triangular systems is a computational nucleus widely used in various scientific applications. This research performs the implementation and comparison of several parallel algorithms against an efficient sequential algorithm for solving triangular systems. The algorithms are distinguished by the way of partitioning the matrix and the allocation to the processors. The analysis of the behavior of the algorithms is performed in the solution of systems of linear superior triangular equations in a cluster of computers. For this, the arithmetic time, communication time, speed-up, and maximum efficiency metrics are taken into account. Experiments were performed for each algorithm with different matrix sizes on various processors. The algorithm with the best results was the one that blocks the rows of the matrix and applies a cyclical distribution in the cluster.

Keywords: matrix partitioning, parallel programming, triangular system
Design Thinking in Software Testing Planning

Design Thinking in Software Testing Planning

Authors: Yasiel Pérez Vera, Juan José Gallegos Valdivia, Sandra María Zapata Quentasi, Doris Marcela Ccama Yana, Rosa Elvira Choque Apaza
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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This article presents the possibility of working on software development using not only agile methodologies for processes but also the use of Design Thinking for the planning of the Software Test Plan. Since during the software management process there is the difficulty of understanding the software, for one of the stages of the software management, in this case, the planning of the software tests, the tester needs to know what the user requires, due to Because the software product is intangible and difficult to measure, the tester must listen to the end-user and perform the tests according to the requirements requested. To improve the process of understanding what the user really requires, its pillars are used as empathy, collaboration, and prototyping for a better interpretation, which will allow obtaining an assertive attitude to the tester. On the other hand, we have to carry out the software test plan, based on this a study was carried out on the possibility of using Design Thinking to help the software test planning process.

Keywords: Design Thinking, Planning, Software Testing
System for the Integral Student Evaluation

System for the Integral Student Evaluation

Authors: Duriet Aguilera Álvarez, Alcides Rodríguez Rodríguez
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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The University Student Federation in Cuba carries out an important number of processes that require reducing the processing time of the information that is generated, standardizing the documentation provided by the different areas in relation to the organization, and increasing the persistence of the data. This report shows the results of the implementation of the Comprehensive Student Assessment System tool. This is a computer application that ensures the quality of the student evaluation process. It focuses mainly on the process of comprehensiveness and characterization of students, recording the trajectory of each of them in a digital file through evidence. The system was developed on the Django framework, using Python as the programming language, using PostgreSQL as the database server. To guide the entire development process of the system, the AUP-UCI methodology was used, adjusting to the technological sovereignty for which Cuba advocates. It has ten subsystems that are integrated with each other and allow the correct operation, integrity, and persistence of the data that is entered and processed. As part of the investigation, the tool is validated from different tests to the system which allowed to test the correct operation of the system and the satisfactory results of the same gave validity to the present investigation, this being the basis for the system to be able to promote student processes that take place in all universities or headquarters in the country.

Keywords: comprehensive evaluation, computer system, information management
Gamified software application in Teleinformatics class

Gamified software application in Teleinformatics class

Authors: Dargel Veloz Morales, Laritza González Marrero
Year: 2020, Volume: 1, Number: 2
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When facing evaluations in the Teleinformatic subject, it is common for students to present difficulties demonstrating the fulfillment of the objectives. Frequent evaluations become an effective tool in the hands of teachers to promote the consolidation of knowledge and the development of skills. However, the teaching load and the tendency towards finalism in students cause little systematization in the study of the subject and therefore poor results in frequent evaluations. Taking into account the existing technological development and the constant linkage of students to ICT, a guide for the design and application of an evaluative instrument for frequent evaluation combined with a computer system is proposed in this work, thus involving novelty and motivation in students through gamification techniques.

Keywords: evaluation, gamification, teaching, teleinformatic
Design Thinking applied to User Experience Design

Design Thinking applied to User Experience Design

Authors: Bragean Luis Vargas Márquez, Luis Angel Inga Hanampa, Mauricio Gonzalo Maldonado Portilla
Year: 2021, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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Today we are immersed in technology and the way in which we communicate with this is the user interface, to enable the interaction between the user and an artifact, system or machine, so large companies use Design Thinking techniques and Design of user interfaces, to get closer to customers empathically, so that they can know their real needs and be really interested in the details of their lives. Generating empathy with our customers means putting their problems, more than our solutions, first. The problem that is sought to be solved in the user experience design part, is that the designer does not know if the user will find the proposed interface friendly, that is why Design Thinking is one of the most used methods in order to put yourself in the position of the end user. In this article we intend to show how Design Thinking can be applied to the generation of UX user experiences. Each of the phases involved in the generation of the user experience is also explained: Research, Organization, Prototyping, Testing and Design.

Keywords: Customer, design thinking, designer, interface, solutions, technology, user experience.
Data Architecture Standard Review Component for SQLite Database Manager

Data Architecture Standard Review Component for SQLite Database Manager

Authors: Sandra Lima Torres
Year: 2021, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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Concern for the quality of software-based systems has grown as software is integrated into every aspect of our lives. With the increase in the number of users and the data stored, more robust and secure databases are necessary. Quality control testing has progressed systematically from manual to automated applications. The Information Technology for Defense Company has the Center for Quality Standards and Security in charge of certifying and technically evaluating computer products, guaranteeing their quality. Currently the database review process in the SQLite manager is manual, making this process difficult, where there may be a margin of error due to the amount of checks that must be reviewed. The present work aims to develop a data architecture review component for the SQLite management server. For this, a study of a homologous database management system is carried out, the tools for testing existing databases and how a database architecture standard is formed. Functional tests are carried out on the component to verify its correct operation. Finally, a component integrated o the Zeolides framework is obtained, capable of automatically checking the architecture of the databases of the SQLite manager in the computer applications developed in the company.

Keywords: databases, software quality, data architecture, revision, SQLite.
Neutron star classifier with a multilayer neural network using R

Neutron star classifier with a multilayer neural network using R

Authors: Luis Angel Aliaga Marica, Edilson Wanser Herrera Villa , José Mejía Huayhua , Lizette Quispe Flores
Year: 2021, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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In this work what will be done is to analyze the exercise "Neutron star classifier" for this, the first thing will be presented a brief introduction of our proposed exercise, then we will carry out the basic concepts of a neural network since it is the one chosen for the resolution of this exercise, but this is classified by artificial neural networks according to the network topology and networks according to the learning method, where it has been seen to be convenient to do it with the multilayer neural network - multilayer perceptron, then you will have the data cleaning, transformation of cases, selection of cases, selection of a data language as well as the packages, framework libraries that will be used, to then carry out the execution of the training technique, trained model, verification phase, analysis of the results and analysis of the client; finally come to conclusions.

Keywords: multilayer, neurons, network, perceptron, stars.
Application of the Design Thinking method in the area of software requirements

Application of the Design Thinking method in the area of software requirements

Authors: Gerson Italo Huarcaya Zapana, Nicolas Herencia Castro , Miguel Angel Sarmiento Tico, Elber Diego Chalco Choquehuanca, Alex Daniel Ticona Bejarano
Year: 2021, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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This article presents the application of Design Thinking in the area of software requirements to help and solve some problems that exist in software development. It is intended to integrate the tools, features and phases of Design Thinking into the activities of the analysis of software requirements. The main objective is to integrate the Design Thinking approach in a way that helps in the software requirements and finally see and analyze the results obtained .

Keywords: Design Thinking, Software requirements.

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