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  • Media management and economics research in Latin America : Challenges and opportunities for scholars in the field 

    GUTIERREZ-RENTERIA, MARIA ELENA (Taylor and Francis, 2018)
    Media management and economics research is growing in Latin America, a region represented by natural resources, young people, and sociocultural values shared between countries. The chapter consists of four parts. The first ...
  • A memetic algorithm for the cumulative capacitated vehicle routing problem including priority indexes 

    Nucamendi-Guillén, Samuel; Flores Díaz, Diego; Olivares-Benitez, Elias; Mendoza, Abraham (MDPI AG, 2020-06)
    This paper studies the Cumulative Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem, including Priority Indexes, a variant of the classical Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem, which serves the customers according to a certain level of ...
  • Memoria y prefiguración del exilio en Miguel de Cervantes y en Thomas Mann 

    Calabrese, Claudio César; Junco, Ethel (Instituto de Estudios Auriseculares (IDEA), 2018)
    En el ensayo A bordo con Don Quijote, de 1933, Thomas Mann escribe el diario de su primera visita a América. Durante las experiencias de la travesía, se renuevan las analogías del viaje en la cultura occidental. De su ...
  • Mental health in different college education systems 

    Rivero Orozco, Brenda; Rossa Sierra, Alberto; Cortés-Chávez, Fabiola (Springer, 2020-07-01)
    Over the years, there has been an increased severity and complexity of mental health problems among college students all over the world, emphasizing in Mexico and China. The focus of this research is to investigate the ...
  • Metaphysics and psychology of the making of law in Francisco Suárez 

    Lecón, Mauricio (Brill Academic Publishers, 2016)
    The aim of this paper of to follow Suárez’s metaphysical analysis of action and its relation to the law in order to solve the problems that law poses to human freedom from an ontological standpoint. For this purpose, I ...
  • A method to improve speed of training algorithm in artificial hydrocarbon networks 

    Martinez-Villaseñor, Lourdes; Ponce, Hiram (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2020)
    Artificial hydrocarbon networks (AHN) is a supervised machine learning method inspired on chemical carbon networks that simulate heuristic chemical rules involved within organic molecules to represent the structure and ...
  • A methodological proposal for the complementarity of the SSM and the VSM for the analysis of viability in organizations 

    Ramírez Gutiérrez, Ana Gabriela (Springer, 2020-06)
    This paper presents a protocol that establishes the complementarity between Soft Systems Methodology (SSM) and the Viable System Model (VSM) for the analysis of viability in organizations. Various studies demonstrate the ...
  • A methodology based on deep learning for advert value calculation in CPM, CPC and CPA networks 

    Miralles, Luis (Springer Verlag, 2017)
    In this research, we propose a methodology for advert value calculation in CPM, CPC and CPA networks. Accurately estimating this value increases the three previous networks’ incomes by selecting the most profitable advert. ...
  • Mexican pre columbian civilisation 

    Velázquez González, Lourdes (Rivista di Filosofia Neo-ScolasticaVita e Pensiero, 2017)
    Mexican pre Columbian culture is one of the great six mother civilisations but, compared with the Indian or Chinese ones, is far less known in the West. This culture had a notable richness and complexity that, from theoretical ...
  • Mexican punitive damages in commercial arbitration : forecasting the future 

    Muñoz, Edgardo (Kluwer Law International, 2018)
    In February 2014, the Supreme Court of Mexico, citing US scholarship and case law, held that punitive damages had to be awarded to a tort plaintiff as part of the indemnity afforded by Mexican law under the heading of moral ...
  • Microscale mechanical properties testing and simulation 

    Quintana, María José; Gonzalez-Ojeda, Roberto (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019)
    Characterization of mechanical properties at a micro and nano scale has become increasingly important for manufactured parts, though facilities with accurate and state-of-the-art equipment are scarce, expensive and not ...
  • Microstructures of a pressure die cast Al-8.5%Si-3.5%Cu alloy 

    Quintana, María José; Gonzalez-Ojeda, Roberto (Slovenska Akademia Vied, 2017)
    Quantitative microstructural measurements of constituents of an Al-Si-Cu alloy, used to manufacture a part with thin sections by Pressure Die Casting (PDC), do not correspond to phase diagram calculations. A simulation of ...
  • Mobile positioning for IoT-based bus location system using LoRaWAN 

    Gutiérrez, Sebastián (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019)
    This article aims to describe, explain and propose the implementation of a Mobile LoRaWAN Gateway device and how this can use the benefits of the LoRaWAN communication protocol and system architecture along with IoT to ...
  • Mobile robot with movement detection controlled by real-time optical flow hermite transform 

    Moya-Albor, Ernesto; Brieva, Jorge; Ponce, Hiram (Springer International Publishing, 2016)
    This chapter presents a new algorithm inspired in the human visual system to compute optical flow in real-time based on the Hermite Transform. This algorithm is applied in a vision-based control system for a mobile robot. ...
  • Mobility of visually impaired people : fundamentals and ICT assistive technologies 

    Velázquez, Ramiro (Springer, 2017-08)
    This book discusses the design of the new mobility assistive information and communication technologies (ICT) devices for the visually impaired. The book begins with a definition of the space concept, followed by the concept ...
  • Model of cognitive mobility for visually impaired and its experimental validation 

    Velázquez, Ramiro (Springer, 2017-08)
    This paper reports the results of three experiments on tactile perception, spatial representation, and tactile display design for assistive mobility devices for blind, partially sighted, and deaf blind people. The results ...
  • Modeling and control balance design for a new bio-inspired four-legged robot 

    Ponce, Hiram; Acevedo Alvarado, Mario; Morales Olvera, Elizabeth; Díaz Ramos, Gabriel; Mayorga Acosta, Carlos; Martinez-Villaseñor, Lourdes (Springer, 2019)
    Bio-inspired robots have chosen to propose novel developments aiming to inhabit and interact complex and dynamic environments. Bio-inspired four-legged robots, typically inspired on animal locomotion, provide advantages ...
  • Modeling and control of an interleaved DC-DC multilevel boost converter 

    Rosas-caro, Julio (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2017)
    In this paper we study the modeling and control of an interleaved DC-DC multilevel topology that exhibits a high-voltage gain and a minimum ripple point design. In this configuration, the current ripple cancelation point ...
  • Modeling and designing a full beamformer for acoustic sensing and measurement 

    Velázquez, Ramiro (2017)
    Acoustic sensing is a viable approach for solving issues related to many applications, namely, biomedical, distance measurements, mechanical, health infrastructure monitoring, etc. It is generally sustainable and of no ...
  • Modeling of amorphous-carbon cells for molecular dynamics simulations 

    Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia; Dominguez-Soberanes, Julieta; Ortiz-Medina, Josue (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019)
    The modeling of starting molecular structures before their analysis through computational methods is usually a critical step for their properties determination. In the case of amorphous carbon (a-C) simulations, including ...