Felix Larrinaga

Felix Larrinaga
Mondragon Unibertsitatea | Mu · HAZI - Information Systems

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Introduction
Dr Felix Larrinaga is a lecturer and a researcher at Mondragon University (Basque Country, Spain). Since 2000, he combines lecturing and research at Mondragon University with an extensive experience in industrial work as a project leader. He has actively participated in the creation of the new research team on Web Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering. The research activities of the group are in the areas of interoperability, web architecture, microservices, and semantic web technologies.

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This article introduces a dataset of human-machine interactions collected in a controlled and structured manner. The aim of this dataset is to provide insights into user behavior and support the development of adaptive Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs). The dataset was generated using a custom-built application that leverages formally defined User In...
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For Industry 4.0, tool condition monitoring (TCM) of machining processes aims to increase process efficiency and quality and lower tool maintenance costs. To this end, TCM systems monitor variables of interest, such as tool wear. In this paper, a novel meta-learning strategy based on ensemble learning and deep learning (DL) is proposed for tool wea...
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Smart Manufacturing Systems (SMS) are software systems that identify opportunities for automating manufacturing operations by using Internet of Things (IoT) devices and services connected to machines. An active challenge of SMS is to satisfy the ever-changing conditions of industries, supply networks, and customer needs. To operate effectively, SMS...
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In an era ruled by data and information, engineers need new tools to cope with the increased complexity of industrial operations. New architectural models for industry enable open communication environments, where workflows can play a major role in providing flexible and dynamic interactions between systems. Workflows help engineers maintain precis...
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Industries frequently encounter the need to orchestrate services provided by devices as business processes. These industrial business process models need to meet Industry 4.0 (I4.0) specifications to handle unpredictable scenarios in the manufacturing process. Asset Administration Shell (AAS) is considered the cornerstone of interoperability betwee...
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Maximum length is 200 words. Include 1-3 bullet points that outline your method – avoid the technical steps involved; these will be described later. Performing a literature review is often the first step in research to understand the state-of-the-art and find gaps and challenges in the field. The systematic literature review provides a series of st...
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Smart-Product Service Systems (S-PSS) emerge as a novel strategy to integrate smart products with advanced digital capabilities and their related e-services to satisfy user’s needs in highly context-dependent environments. S-PSS has the potential to generate a transition towards more economically, ecologically and socially sustainable practices and...
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The establishment of collaborative AI pipelines, in which multiple organizations share their data and models, is often complicated by lengthy data governance processes and legal clarifications. Data sovereignty solutions, which ensure data is being used under agreed terms and conditions, are promising to overcome these problems. However, there is l...
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The digital industry requires increasingly complex and reliable software systems. They need to control and make critical decisions at runtime. As a consequence, the verification and validation of these systems has become a major research challenge. At design and development time, model testing techniques are used while run-time verification aims at...
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The digital industry requires increasingly complex and reliable software systems. They need to control and make critical decisions at runtime. As a consequence, verification and validation of these systems has become a major research challenge. At design and development time, model testing techniques are used while run-time verification aims at ver...
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Cities in the 21st century play a major role in the sustainability and climate impact reduction challenges set by the European agenda. As the population of cities grows and their environmental impact becomes more evident, the European strategy aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions—the main cause of climate change. Measures to reduce the impact of...
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In recent years, the usage of mobile browsers has experienced an astonishing growth. Nowadays, most citizens use their mobile phones instead of their laptops to surf the Web for immediate availability. Nevertheless, Web design is performed considering laptops screen dimensions and websites are readjusted to mobile screen resolutions using Responsiv...
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The use of the World Wide Web has experienced extraordinary growth in the last decades. The Web has become the main source of information for millions of users. The number of websites offering content to users is countless. In order to personalise information according to their needs, users often have to visit multiple, unconnected pages. Users per...
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In order to tackle interoperability issues of large-scale automation systems, SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) principles, where information exchange is manifested by systems providing and consuming services, have already been introduced. However, the deployment, operation, and maintenance of an extensive SoS (System of Systems) mean enormous ch...
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The growth of the web has been unstoppable in the last decade, which leads to an increasing demand for extracting information from it. Apart from the need to extract information, this growth also has brought the necessity to adapt web pages to user requirements, create annotations or test web applications. Due to the evolution of web pages, the com...
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The growth of the web has been unstoppable in the last decade, which leads to an increasing demand for extracting information from it. Apart from the need to extract information, this growth also has brought the necessity to adapt web pages to user requirements, create annotations or test web applications. Due to the evolution of web pages, the com...
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Immersed in the digital era and fully experiencing the changes introduced by the new industrial revolution of the so-called Industry 4.0, there are still many aspects of industrial digitization to resolve. Interoperability among devices and machines is one of the challenges. Sensors, components and machines from different vendors work as independen...
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Workflow management is implemented in manufacturing at many levels. The nature of processes varies at each level, hindering the use of a standard modeling or implementation solution. The creation of a flexible workflow management framework that overarches the heterogeneous business process levels is challenging. Still, one of the promises of the In...
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The heterogeneity of energy ontologies hinders the interoperability between ontology-based energy management applications to perform a large-scale energy management. Thus, there is the need for a global ontology that provides common vocabularies to represent the energy subdomains. A global energy ontology must provide a balance of reusability-usabi...
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Global ontologies include common vocabularies to provide interoperability among different applications. These ontologies require a balance of reusability-usability to minimise the ontology reuse effort in different applications. To achieve such a balance, reusable and usable ontology design methodologies provide guidelines to design and develop lay...
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Workflow management is realised in manufacturing at the Enterprise- and Production (workstation) levels. The characteristics of business processes in these levels differ enough to prevent the adoption of a conventional modelling or implementation solution. The conceptualisation of an adequate and adaptable workflow management model that over-arches...
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The WorldWide Web has endured an incredible growth in the last decades. Nowadays, we can visit an unimaginable number of websites from different devices (laptops, mobiles, tablets...) in order to obtain immediate information. However, this information is separated in different resources and Web information search is unpleasant. The feeling of the u...
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One of the challenges for complex IoT software systems is to increase their safety. A Model Driven Development approach helps in the design and development phase of these systems while runtime checking techniques help to enhance safety. To supervise the status of different IoT services that are registered in a local cloud at runtime, the solution t...
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Global ontologies must provide a balance of reusabilityusability to minimize the ontology reuse effort in different applications. To achieve this balance, ontology design methods focus on designing layered ontologies that classify into abstraction layers the common domain knowledge (reused by most applications) and the variant domain knowledge (reu...
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The urban growth is estimated to reach up the 66 % by 2050 and consequently the need of resources within the cities will increase significantly. This, combined with the 40 % of energy consumption and 36 % of CO 2 emissions of the building sector, makes necessary to accelerate the transition towards more sustainable cities. The CITyFiED project cont...
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El presente trabajo, define una arquitectura interoperable y escalable que permitirá la servitización del sector de máquina herramienta. Las TICs y el concepto de Internet of Things posibilitan interconectar diferentes dispositivos y controladores ofreciendo servicios de valor añadido. Uno de los problemas a resolver es la interoperabilidad entre l...
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This article presents the implementation of a reference architecture for cyber-physical systems to support condition-based maintenance of industrial assets. It also focuses on describing the data analysis approach to manage predictive maintenance of clutch-brake assets fleet over the previously defined MANTIS reference architecture. Proposals for b...
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The purpose of this chapter is to describe the MANTIS reference architecture. The generic focus here is on an architecture that enables service-based business models and improved asset availability at lower costs through continuous process and equipment monitoring, aided by big data analysis. This architecture takes into account needs of various in...
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This chapter describes success stories. The MANTIS architecture (Chapter 3) was implemented for a number of use cases on real pilots, and the techniques described in Chapters 4, 5, and 6 were experimented with in real settings. Results on the techniques were already presented in previous chapters. This chapter, on the other hand, describes the pilo...
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The condition-based maintenance (CBM) strategy has got new, powerful toolset recently: the concepts of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). These can provide flexible but powerful data collection and analysis methods for proactive and predictive maintenance. In the landscape of new digitalization and interconnection of pro...
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Current cities address efficiency challenges for optimizing the use of limited resources. City sustainability and resilience must also be improved through new learning and cognitive technologies that change citizen behavioural patterns and react to disruptive changes. These technologies will allow the evolution of current cities towards the so call...
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Technology Watch human agents have to read many documents in order to manually categorize and dispatch them to the correct expert, that will later add valued information to each document. In this two step process, the first one, the categorization of documents, is time consuming and relies on the knowledge of a human categorizer agent. It does not...
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Current research evidences an increase of use of Semantic Web technologies within city energy management solutions. Different ontologies have been developed in order to improve energy data interoperability. However, these ontologies represent different energy domains, with different level of detail and using different terminology. This heterogeneit...
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The way maintenance is carried out is altering rapidly. The introduction of Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) and cloud technologies are providing new technological possibilities that change dramatically the way it is possible to follow production machinery and the necessity to carry out maintenance. In the near future, the number of machines that can b...
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Recent studies estimate that a high percentage of the entire software process cycle corresponds to its maintenance. There is a need to reduce the factors which trigger high maintenance costs due to software updates. This article presents a software engineering process to develop services that reduces maintenance costs. The process has been applied...
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Resumen: Enmarcada en el proyecto europeo CITyFiED, esta comunicación presenta la metodología desarrollada para el diseño de soluciones de visualización que permitan visualizar los datos recogidos por los sistemas de monitorización del demostrador de Torrelago en Laguna de Duero (Valladolid) de forma amigable, sencilla y adaptada al tipo de usuario...
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This paper presents the approach followed at Mondragon University (MU) to boost entrepreneurship, to enhance innovation by means of collaboration with companies and to transfer R&D results from university to industry and Society using active learning techniques. The mechanisms used are channelled through contests and implemented in Problem Oriented...
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This paper outlines a Technology Foresight (TF) process, an ICT platform to support it and their validation in a case study. TF is a systematic and participative process, based on the accumulation of intelligence which main objective is to provide organizations and territories with visions about the future that ease strategic and innovation plannin...
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Diabetes Mellitus (DM) affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide and it imposes a large economic burden on healthcare systems. We present a web patient empowering system (PHSP4) that ensures continuous monitoring and assessment of the health state of patients with DM (type I and II). PHSP4 is a Knowledge-Based Personal Health System (PHS) wh...
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The European project called Arrowhead addresses efficiency and flexibility at a global scale by means of collaborative automation for several domains. The multi-billion device/service perspective places a very strong demand on the interoperability and integrality of devices and services provided by the multitude of players in the market place. We a...
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Cada vez son más los centros educativos y de formación que ofrecen sus contenidos y cursos online, de forma no presencial. Sin embargo la componente práctica de cualquier curso teórico es de vital importancia para la comprensión en el proceso de aprendizaje. La oferta de laboratorios en ese formato online se ve sustituido en muchas ocasiones por ap...
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Los servicios web de geo-referenciación presentan oportunidades de aplicación en múltiples sectores, industriales y de servicios. Kiroltrack es un prototipo y pretende ser un ejemplo de aplicación en el ámbito de la actividad deportiva, cercano al Turismo y a la Salud. Una dimensión de aportación de valor a la oferta de plataformas de servicios web...
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Idea Management Systems (IMS) manage the innovation lifecycle from the moment of invention until ideas are implemented in the market. During the lifecycle the IMS supports collaboration, allows idea enrichment with comments, contextual data, or connected to other relevant ideas. Semantic technologies can improve the knowledge management capabilitie...
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This research aims to make the Basque Country a reference in the new paradigm of the web: “Linked Data”, with the publish of tourism data in the net, fostering the foundations for the deployment of new applications and advanced tourism services.
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This article aims to describe a use case of the application of Linked Data and Linked Open Data in the tourism sector and show its potential to generate valuable information and therefore competitive advantage to organizations and companies in the tourism sector. In this scenario, data is gathered from Open Data Euskadi (hereinafter ODE) regarding...
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This paper describes the development of a collaborative social platform to support innovation process management. The Drupal based platform accommodates different types of innovation processes (also called waves or idea contests), enhances collaboration and eases management. The main contribution lies on the gathering of context parameters which he...
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This paper is enshrined in a larger research project which main goal is to determine key factors in the design, implementation and use of collaborative environments for the management of inter-enterprise innovation processes based on practical experiences. The paper presents an innovative approach to address the challenge of collaboration and parti...
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Research seems to point to an all asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) global network with the possibility of mobility, where different types of services will be provided. But before the telecommunications operators decide how to operate wireless communication systems up to these levels, ATM techniques can be used to improve capacity and performance in...

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