Browsing by Author "Pinho, Luis Miguel"
Casals Casanova, Miquel; Gangolells Solanellas, Marta; Macarulla Martí, Marcel; Vimont, Vincent; Fuertes Casals, Alba; Pinho, Luis Miguel (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017)
Restricted access - publisher's policyThe energy consumption of the current building stock represents about 40% of the total final energy consumption in Europe. New gamification techniques may play a significant role in helping users adopt new and more ...
Le Guilly, Thibaut; Skou, Arne; Olsen, Petur; Madsen, Per Pritz; Albano, Michele; Ferreira, Luis Lino; Pinho, Luis Miguel; Casals Casanova, Miquel; Macarulla Martí, Marcel; Gangolells Solanellas, Marta (IEEE Press, 2016)
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Restricted access - publisher's policyThis paper presents how the ICT infrastructure developed in the European ENCOURAGE project, centered around a message oriented middleware, enabled energy savings in buildings and households. The components of the ...
Royuela Alcázar, Sara; Martorell Bofill, Xavier; Quiñones Moreno, Eduardo; Pinho, Luis Miguel (Springer Verlag, 2018-05-26)
Open AccessThere is a growing need to support parallel computation in Ada to cope with the performance requirements of the most advanced functionalities of safety-critical systems. In that regard, the use of parallel programming ...
The AMPERE Project: A Model-driven development framework for highly Parallel and EneRgy-Efficient computation supporting multi-criteria optimization Quiñones, Eduardo; Royuela Alcázar, Sara; Scordino, Claudio; Gai, Paolo; Pinho, Luis Miguel; Nogueira, Luis; Rollo, Jan; Cuccinottta, Tommaso; Biondi, Alessandro; Hammam, Arne; Ziegenbein, Dirk; Saoud, Hadi; Forsberg, Björn; Benini, Luca; Mando, Gianluca; Rucher, Luigi (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2020)
Open AccessThe high-performance requirements needed to implement the most advanced functionalities of current and future Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) are challenging the development processes of CPSs. On one side, CPSs rely on ...