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Casali A.,University Nac Of Rosario | Godo L.,Autonomous University of Barcelona | Sierra C.,Autonomous University of Barcelona
Artificial Intelligence | Year: 2011

In this research note, we introduce a graded BDI agent development framework, g-BDI for short, that allows to build agents as multi-context systems that reason about three fundamental and graded mental attitudes (i.e. beliefs, desires and intentions). We propose a sound and complete logical framework for them and some logical extensions to accommodate slightly different views on desires. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source


Olguin M.C.,University Nac Of Rosario | Sanziel M.C.,University Nac Of Rosario | Tarzia D.A.,Austral University
Latin American Applied Research | Year: 2011

We consider one-dimensional two-phase Stefan problems for a finite substance with different boundary conditions at the fixed faces. The goal of this paper is to determine the behavior of the free boundary and the temperature when the thermal coefficients of the material change. We obtain properties of monotony with respect to the latent heat, the common mass density, the specific heat of each phase and the thermal conductivity of the liquid phase. We show that the solution is not monotone with respect to the thermal conductivity of solid phase, in some cases, by computing a numerical solution through a finite difference scheme. The results obtained are important in technological applications as the climate of buildings, the storage of energy in satellites and clothes and the transport of biological substances and telecommunications. Source


Coronel J.,CONICET | Ornella L.,CONICET | Bulacio P.,CONICET | Nardon G.,University Nac Of Rosario | And 2 more authors.
Latin American Applied Research | Year: 2011

We present testing results of an intelligent opto-electronic seed sensor system allowing the high throughput measurement of seed spatial distributions. With this aim, we evaluate the correlation between actual and sensor estimated distances between seeds. The tests take into account two important features in farming performance: the planter speed and the sensor-soil distance. While the former one determines the man-hours required, the later one determines the feasibility of sensor mounting and its useful life. Results show that precise measurements can be obtained with the proposed sensor at typical planter speeds, even with the sensor on top of the drop tube. Source


Tapia E.,CONICET | Tapia E.,University Nac Of Rosario | Spetale F.,CONICET | Spetale F.,University Nac Of Rosario | And 5 more authors.
PLoS ONE | Year: 2015

For many parallel applications of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies short barcodes able to accurately multiplex a large number of samples are demanded. To address these competitive requirements, the use of error-correcting codes is advised. Current barcoding systems are mostly built from short random error-correcting codes, a feature that strongly limits their multiplexing accuracy and experimental scalability. To overcome these problems on sequencing systems impaired by mismatch errors, the alternative use of binary BCH and pseudo-quaternary Hamming codes has been proposed. However, these codes either fail to provide a fine-scale with regard to size of barcodes (BCH) or have intrinsic poor error correcting abilities (Hamming). Here, the design of barcodes from shortened binary BCH codes and quaternary Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) codes is introduced. Simulation results show that although accurate barcoding systems of high multiplexing capacity can be obtained with any of these codes, using quaternary LDPC codes may be particularly advantageous due to the lower rates of read losses and undetected sample misidentification errors. Even at mismatch error rates of 10-2 per base, 24-nt LDPC barcodes can be used to multiplex roughly 2000 samples with a sample misidentification error rate in the order of 10-9 at the expense of a rate of read losses just in the order of 10-6. © 2015 Tapia et al This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Source

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