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2022

Revista Subjects > Engineering Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Español La revista Environmental Sciences and Practices (ESAP) nace como una publicación semestral con el objetivo de invitar a la reflexión y el debate para entender correctamente cual es la función, aporte y responsabilidad medioambiental no solo del mundo académico sino además en el espacio profesional. Comenzando por entender que el área de ESAP, es un espacio interdisciplinario, bajo un concepto innovador, colaborativo e integral hacia todas las áreas que convergen en una temática de interés común: el medio ambiente. Los artículos incluidos en esta revista se publican en español, portugués e inglés, atendiendo de esta manera a un espacio internacional y multicultural que permita una gestión del conocimiento actual, propia y necesaria del área medioambiental. A partir de esta página, podrá acceder a los índices de todas las ediciones de la revista Environmental Sciences and Practices, los resúmenes del artículo y los textos completos. Asimismo, en la sección "Acerca de" encontrará toda la información sobre nuestra revista, su equipo editorial, sistema de publicación y envíos en línea. metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2022) Environmental Sciences and Practices. [Revista]

Revista Subjects > Teaching Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Inglés Antigua Revista internacional de apoyo a la inclusión, logopedia, sociedad y multiculturalidad La revista MLS Inclusion and Society Journal es la continuación de la Revista internacional de apoyo a la inclusión, logopedia, sociedad y multiculturalidad (RIAI), revista heredera de la revista RIALAIM con mayor antigüedad, pero de la cual se independizó para tomar las directrices de las revistas actuales con indicadores de impacto. La revista MLS Inclusion and Society Journal cuenta actualmente con artículos de investigación y teóricos, tanto internacionales como nacionales, que están arbitrados por pares ciegos externos a la revista, en un proceso riguroso de selección. Los ejes temáticos son: educación inclusiva, logopedia, sociedad y multiculturalidad. La MLS Inclusion and Society Journal tiene una periodicidad de dos números al año (junio y diciembre) metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2022) MLS Inclusion and Society Journal. [Revista]

Revista Subjects > Social Sciences Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Español MLS - Law and International politics (MLSLIP) es una publicación de periodicidad semestral con el objetivo de ser un canal que contribuya a la discusión, el intercambio de conocimiento y el debate entre académicos, responsables de política pública, empresarios, tecnólogos, científicos y los distintos actores interesados en temas de Derecho y Política, que deriven en el crecimiento del conocimiento científico de esas ciencias, producto de trabajo vinculado entre sectores público, privado y académico. MLS - Law and International politics (MLSLIP) se enfoca también en colaboraciones que engloben avances en materia de ciencia jurídica y política, con un impacto social y que contribuyan a la solución de problemas nacionales e internacionales. metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2022) MLS Law and International Politics. [Revista]

2021

Revista Subjects > Comunication Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Inglés El objetivo principal de Revista MLS Communication Journal es difundir obras inéditas relacionadas con los grandes retos y desafíos de la comunicación en sus diferentes ámbitos: el periodismo, la publicidad, la comunicación audiovisual, la comunicación interactiva o la comunicación en las organizaciones, entre otros. La revista tiene interés en la difusión de trabajos académicos y científicos que identifiquen, describan y divulguen hallazgos inéditos y de interés en estos campos desde la revisión teórica, la innovación metodológica, la experimentación y la apuesta por la innovación. Los estudios publicados en MLS Communication Journal se centran en reflexionar sobre los grandes hitos, las principales interrogantes y las tendencias más destacadas del escenario comunicativo, adoptando una perspectiva de estudio teórico-práctica. La revista tiene un marcado carácter iberoamericano e internacional, por lo que puede ser utilizada para su publicación en cualquier país de origen, siempre que éstos cumplan con las diferentes fases de la investigación con rigor metodológico. Constituye, por lo tanto, un medio de difusión del conocimiento derivado de diferentes entornos socioculturales. MLS Communication Journal pública trabajos en el idioma castellano, portugués e inglés, y se edita totalmente en el último idioma, manteniendo también una edición en el idioma original del manuscrito. Su estructura organizativa se compone principalmente de investigadores, ya que una revista científica, basada en principios, debe tener sus raíces en la comunidad investigadora que tiene la producción intelectual y las contribuciones relevantes en el tema dentro de sus respectivas instituciones. metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2021) MLS Communication Journal. [Revista]

Revista Subjects > Physical Education and Sport Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Inglés MLS Sport Research es una revista científica que tiene como objetivo publicar artículos originales de investigación y de revisión tanto en áreas básicas como aplicadas y metodológicas que supongan una contribución al progreso en el ámbito de las Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte. Los estudios publicados deben cumplir con las diferentes fases de la investigación con rigor metodológico. MLS Sport Research atenderá a diferentes ámbitos dentro de la actividad física y el deporte: salud, educación física, prevención y readaptación de lesiones, socorrismo, nuevas tecnologías, fisiología, nutrición, psicología, dirección y gestión, entrenamiento y rendimiento deportivo. metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2021) MLS Sport Research. [Revista]

2019

Revista Subjects > Engineering Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Inglés La revista Project Design and Management nace como una publicación semestral con el objetivo de invitar a la reflexión y el debate para entender correctamente cual es la función, aporte y responsabilidad del área Project, Design y Management (PDM) en la actualidad, no solo del mundo académico sino además en el espacio profesional. Comenzando por entender que el área de PDM, es un espacio interdisciplinario, bajo un concepto innovador, colaborativo e integral hacia todas las áreas que participan, no solo en la administración de los recursos necesarios para un proyecto sino además, en el diseño o desarrollo del mismo. Los artículos incluidos en esta revista se publican en español, portugués e inglés, atendiendo de esta manera a un espacio internacional y multicultural que permita una gestión del conocimiento actual, propia y necesaria del área PDM. metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2019) MLS Project Design and Management. [Revista]

2018

Revista Subjects > Psychology Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Inglés MLS Psychology Research es una revista científica que tiene como finalidad publicar artículos originales de investigación y de revisión tanto en áreas básicas como aplicadas y metodológicas que supongan una contribución al progreso de cualquier ámbito de la psicología científica como objetivo principal. MLSPR acogerá a artículo que analicen la conducta y procesos mentales tanto de individuos como de grupos, y que abarque aspectos de la experiencia humana. MLSPR atenderá a diferentes enfoques dentro de la psicología: Psicología clínica, Psicoterapea, Psicología educativa, Psicología del desarrollo, Neuropsicología, Psicología social, etc. metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2018) MLS Psychology Research. [Revista]

2017

Revista Subjects > Teaching Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Inglés La revista MLS Educational Research nace como una publicación semestral con el objetivo de contribuir al debate y mejorar la comprensión de la práctica educativa, la innovación pedagógica y la investigación en general. Los artículos incluidos en esta revista se publican en español, portugués e inglés. La vocación internacional de esta revista lo hace apto para difundir el conocimiento de los diferentes ambientes socioculturales. metadata Multi-Lingual Scientific Journals, (MLS) mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2017) MLS Educational Research. [Revista]

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Deep Learning-Based Real Time Defect Detection for Optimization of Aircraft Manufacturing and Control Performance

Monitoring tool conditions and sub-assemblies before final integration is essential to reducing processing failures and improving production quality for manufacturing setups. This research study proposes a real-time deep learning-based framework for identifying faulty components due to malfunctioning at different manufacturing stages in the aerospace industry. It uses a convolutional neural network (CNN) to recognize and classify intermediate abnormal states in a single manufacturing process. The manufacturing process for aircraft factory products comprises different phases; analyzing the components after the integration is labor-intensive and time-consuming, which often puts the company’s stake at high risk. To overcome these challenges, the proposed AI-based system can perform inspection and defect detection and alleviate the probability of components’ needing to be re-manufacturing after being assembled. In addition, it analyses the impact value, i.e., rework delays and costs, of manufacturing processes using a statistical process control tool on real-time data for various manufactured components. Defects are detected and classified using the CNN and teachable machine in the single manufacturing process during the initial stage prior to assembling the components. The results show the significance of the proposed approach in improving operational cost management and reducing rework-induced delays. Ground tests are conducted to calculate the impact value followed by the air tests of the final assembled aircraft. The statistical results indicate a 52.88% and 34.32% reduction in time delays and total cost, respectively.

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Imran Shafi mail , Muhammad Fawad Mazhar mail , Anum Fatima mail , Roberto Marcelo Álvarez mail roberto.alvarez@uneatlantico.es, Yini Airet Miró Vera mail yini.miro@uneatlantico.es, Julio César Martínez Espinosa mail ulio.martinez@unini.edu.mx, Imran Ashraf mail ,

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Systematic Review of Machine Learning applied to the Prediction of Obesity and Overweight

Obesity and overweight has increased in the last year and has become a pandemic disease, the result of sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy diets rich in sugars, refined starches, fats and calories. Machine learning (ML) has proven to be very useful in the scientific community, especially in the health sector. With the aim of providing useful tools to help nutritionists and dieticians, research focused on the development of ML and Deep Learning (DL) algorithms and models is searched in the literature. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) protocol has been used, a very common technique applied to carry out revisions. In our proposal, 17 articles have been filtered in which ML and DL are applied in the prediction of diseases, in the delineation of treatment strategies, in the improvement of personalized nutrition and more. Despite expecting better results with the use of DL, according to the selected investigations, the traditional methods are still the most used and the yields in both cases fluctuate around positive values, conditioned by the databases (transformed in each case) to a greater extent than by the artificial intelligence paradigm used. Conclusions: An important compilation is provided for the literature in this area. ML models are time-consuming to clean data, but (like DL) they allow automatic modeling of large volumes of data which makes them superior to traditional statistics.

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Antonio Ferreras mail , Sandra Sumalla Cano mail sandra.sumalla@uneatlantico.es, Rosmeri Martínez-Licort mail , Iñaki Elío Pascual mail inaki.elio@uneatlantico.es, Kilian Tutusaus mail kilian.tutusaus@uneatlantico.es, Thomas Prola mail thomas.prola@uneatlantico.es, Juan Luis Vidal Mazón mail juanluis.vidal@uneatlantico.es, Benjamín Sahelices mail , Isabel de la Torre Díez mail ,

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Integration of Sustainable Criteria in the Development of a Proposal for an Online Postgraduate Program in the Projects Area

Regulatory dispersion and a utilitarian use of sustainability deepen the gap within the teaching–learning process and limit the introduction of sustainable criteria in organizations through projects. The objective of this research consisted in developing a sustainable and holistic educational proposal for an online postgraduate program belonging to the Universidad Europea del Atlántico (UNEATLANTICO) within the field of projects. The proposal was based on the instrumentalization of a model comprised of national and international bibliographic references, resulting in a sustainability guide with significant improvements in relation to the reference standard par excellence: ISO 26000:2010. This guide formed the basis of a sustainability management plan, which was key in the project methodology and during the development of sustainable objectives and descriptors for each of the subjects. Lastly, the entities, attributes, and cardinal relationships were established for the development of a physical model used to facilitate the management of all this information within a SQL database. The rigor when determining the educational program, as well as the subsequent analysis of results as supported by the literature review, presupposes the application of this methodology toward other multidisciplinary programs contributing to the adoption of good sustainability practices within the educational field

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Mónica Gracia Villar mail monica.gracia@uneatlantico.es, Roberto Marcelo Álvarez mail roberto.alvarez@uneatlantico.es, Santiago Brie mail santiago.brie@uneatlantico.es, Yini Airet Miró Vera mail yini.miro@uneatlantico.es, Eduardo García Villena mail eduardo.garcia@uneatlantico.es,

Gracia Villar

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A commentary of factors related to player availability and its influence on performance in elite team sports

Elite performance and sporting success are often the result of optimal integration and synergy of all components of sports preparedness (i.e., health, technical and tactical skills, bioenergetic and neuromuscular abilities and capacities, anthropometric characteristics, cognition, emotions, creativity, or personality), which evolve because of systematic long-term sports preparation. However, the relative importance of these characteristics varies between individual and team sports. While some individual sports require a high standard of bioenergetic and neuromuscular abilities and capacities, team sports performance is closely related to technical and tactical skills, which may compensate for weakness within the fitness level (1). Nonetheless, successful team sport performances seem to be much more dependent on the interaction among a wide range of factors than on the maximum development of one or two factors in isolation. In team sports, elite performance emerges from the interaction among the individual parts (2) to overcome the opponent during competition. Sports may be categorized according to the degree of predictability of the environment that they are played in (3). Team sports occur in highly unpredictable environments due to the interactions with both teammates and opponents, with performance dealing with this unpredictability. Thus, it is important to have a clear understanding of the integrative systems and the principles that rule their interactions with the environment, keeping in mind the main aim of the process: developing the diversity/unpredictability potential of athletes/teams (4) to afford the emergence of rich patterns of behavior from players to adapt quickly and effectively in dynamically changing and unpredictable environments (5). Performance in team sports is affected by several factors that affect the organization of training and competitions. These include, for example, COVID-19 cases (6), PCR tests (7), air flights and their effects prior to competition (8), injuries (9), or match-congested schedules (10). The interaction among these factors may also influence player availability. The concept of player availability is a common one in elite team sports. Available players can be considered the ones who are injury-free and ready to compete whether the head coach chooses to put them on the lineup. Thus, an available state would be when a player is fit and recovered enough to compete. On the other hand, player unavailability would be considered a state which includes injury, sanction or suspension, or other reasons that would keep a player out of match. However, this topic needs to be explored more in elite team sport environments. Considering previous enriching work, it remains important to further progress and provide academic knowledge in order to support coaches/managers, strength and conditioning coaches, sport scientists, and medical team members (e.g., doctors, physicians, and physiotherapists) in their working environments. While widely-advocated scientific groundwork is considered throughout this manuscript, the main aim of this opinion article is to provide a review of factors related to player availability and its influence on performance in elite team sports (Figure 1). Finally, some practical suggestions and recommendations are provided to deal with constant alterations in player's availability and performance fluctuations.

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Julio Calleja-González mail , Javier Mallo mail , Francesc Cos mail , Jaime Sampaio mail , Margaret T. Jones mail , Diego Marqués-Jiménez mail , Juan Mielgo-Ayuso mail , Tomás T. Freitas mail , Pedro E. Alcaraz mail , Javier Vilamitjana mail , Sergio J. Ibañez mail , Francesco Cuzzolin mail , Nicolás Terrados mail , Stephen P. Bird mail , Asier Zubillaga mail , Thomas Huyghe mail , Igor Jukic mail , Alberto Lorenzo mail , Irineu Loturco mail , Anne Delextrat mail , Xavi Schelling mail , Miguel Gómez-Ruano mail , Isaac López-laval mail , Jairo Vazquez mail , Daniele Conte mail , Álvaro Velarde-Sotres mail alvaro.velarde@uneatlantico.es, Antonio Bores Cerezal mail antonio.bores@uneatlantico.es, Davide Ferioli mail , Franc García mail , Xavier Peirau mail , Rafael Martin-Acero mail , Carlos Lago-Peñas mail ,

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Anthocyanins: what do we know until now?

Diets enriched in plant-based foods are associated with the maintenance of a good well-being and with the prevention of many non-communicable diseases. The health effects of fruits and vegetables consumption are mainly due to the presence of micronutrients, including vitamins and minerals, and polyphenols, plant secondary metabolites. One of the most important classes of phenolic compounds are anthocyanins, that confer the typical purple-red color to many foods, such as berries, peaches, plums, red onions, purple corn, eggplants, as well as purple carrots, sweet potatoes and red cabbages, among others. This commentary aims to briefly highlight the progress made by science in the last years, focusing on some unexpected aspects related with anthocyanins, such as their bioavailability, their health effects and their relationship with gut microbiota

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Francesca Giampieri mail francesca.giampieri@uneatlantico.es, Danila Cianciosi mail , José M. Alvarez-Suarez mail , José L. Quiles mail jose.quiles@uneatlantico.es, Tamara Y. Forbes-Hernández mail , María D. Navarro-Hortal mail , Michele Machì mail , Ramón Pali-Casanova mail ramon.pali@unini.edu.mx, Julio César Martínez Espinosa mail ulio.martinez@unini.edu.mx, Xiumin Chen mail , Di Zhang mail , Weibin Bai mail , Tian Lingmin mail , Bruno Mezzetti mail , Maurizio Battino mail maurizio.battino@uneatlantico.es, Yasmany Armas Diaz mail ,

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