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2024

Article Subjects > Engineering Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Production
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Articles and books
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Production
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Production
Abierto Inglés Named Entity Recognition (NER) is a natural language processing task that has been widely explored for different languages in the recent decade but is still an under-researched area for the Urdu language due to its rich morphology and language complexities. Existing state-of-the-art studies on Urdu NER use various deep-learning approaches through automatic feature selection using word embeddings. This paper presents a deep learning approach for Urdu NER that harnesses FastText and Floret word embeddings to capture the contextual information of words by considering the surrounding context of words for improved feature extraction. The pre-trained FastText and Floret word embeddings are publicly available for Urdu language which are utilized to generate feature vectors of four benchmark Urdu language datasets. These features are then used as input to train various combinations of Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM), Bidirectional LSTM (BiLSTM), Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU), CRF, and deep learning models. The results show that our proposed approach significantly outperforms existing state-of-the-art studies on Urdu NER, achieving an F-score of up to 0.98 when using BiLSTM+GRU with Floret embeddings. Error analysis shows a low classification error rate ranging from 1.24% to 3.63% across various datasets showing the robustness of the proposed approach. The performance comparison shows that the proposed approach significantly outperforms similar existing studies. metadata Khan, Hikmat Ullah and Anam, Rimsha and Anwar, Muhammad Waqas and Jamal, Muhammad Hasan and Bajwa, Usama Ijaz and Diez, Isabel de la Torre and Silva Alvarado, Eduardo René and Soriano Flores, Emmanuel and Ashraf, Imran mail UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, eduardo.silva@funiber.org, emmanuel.soriano@uneatlantico.es, UNSPECIFIED (2024) A deep learning approach for Named Entity Recognition in Urdu language. PLOS ONE, 19 (3). e0300725. ISSN 1932-6203

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 UNSPECIFIED mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2022) Environmental Sciences and Practices. [Revista]

Revista Subjects > Nutrition Europe University of Atlantic > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Ibero-american International University > Research > Scientific Magazines
Universidad Internacional do Cuanza > Research > Scientific Magazines
Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia > Research > Scientific Magazines
Abierto Inglés La revista MLS Health and Nutrition Research nace como una publicación semestral con el objetivo de publicar artículos originales de investigación y de revisión tanto en áreas básicas como aplicadas y metodológicas que supongan una contribución científica al progreso de cualquier ámbito de la salud y nutrición como objetivo principal. Los artículos incluidos en esta revista se publican en español, portugués e inglés. La vocación internacional de esta revista promueve la difusión del conocimiento en sus diferentes áreas. metadata UNSPECIFIED mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2022) MLS Health and Nutrition Research. [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 UNSPECIFIED 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 UNSPECIFIED 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 UNSPECIFIED 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 UNSPECIFIED 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 Español 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 UNSPECIFIED mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2019) 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 UNSPECIFIED 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 UNSPECIFIED mail mls@devnull.funiber.org (2017) MLS Educational Research. [Revista]

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Influence of E-learning training on the acquisition of competences in basketball coaches in Cantabria

The main aim of this study was to analyse the influence of e-learning training on the acquisition of competences in basketball coaches in Cantabria. The current landscape of basketball coach training shows an increasing demand for innovative training models and emerging pedagogies, including e-learning-based methodologies. The study sample consisted of fifty students from these courses, all above 16 years of age (36 males, 14 females). Among them, 16% resided outside the autonomous community of Cantabria, 10% resided more than 50 km from the city of Santander, 36% between 10 and 50 km, 14% less than 10 km, and 24% resided within Santander city. Data were collected through a Google Forms survey distributed by the Cantabrian Basketball Federation to training course students. Participation was voluntary and anonymous. The survey, consisting of 56 questions, was validated by two sports and health doctors and two senior basketball coaches. The collected data were processed and analysed using Microsoft® Excel version 16.74, and the results were expressed in percentages. The analysis revealed that 24.60% of the students trained through the e-learning methodology considered themselves fully qualified as basketball coaches, contrasting with 10.98% of those trained via traditional face-to-face methodology. The results of the study provide insights into important characteristics that can be adjusted and improved within the investigated educational process. Moreover, the study concludes that e-learning training effectively qualifies basketball coaches in Cantabria.

Producción Científica

Josep Alemany Iturriaga mail josep.alemany@uneatlantico.es, Álvaro Velarde-Sotres mail alvaro.velarde@uneatlantico.es, Javier Jorge mail , Kamil Giglio mail ,

Alemany Iturriaga

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Risk Factors for Eating Disorders in University Students: The RUNEAT Study

The purpose of the study is to assess the risk of developing general eating disorders (ED), anorexia nervosa (AN), and bulimia nervosa (BN), as well as to examine the effects of gender, academic year, place of residence, faculty, and diet quality on that risk. Over two academic years, 129 first- and fourth-year Uneatlántico students were included in an observational descriptive study. The self-administered tests SCOFF, EAT-26, and BITE were used to determine the participants’ risk of developing ED. The degree of adherence to the Mediterranean diet (MD) was used to evaluate the quality of the diet. Data were collected at the beginning (T1) and at the end (T2) of the academic year. The main results were that at T1, 34.9% of participants were at risk of developing general ED, AN 3.9%, and BN 16.3%. At T2, these percentages were 37.2%, 14.7%, and 8.5%, respectively. At T2, the frequency of general ED in the female group was 2.5 times higher (OR: 2.55, 95% CI: 1.22–5.32, p = 0.012). The low-moderate adherence to the MD students’ group was 0.92 times less frequent than general ED at T2 (OR: 0.921, 95%CI: 0.385–2.20, p < 0.001). The most significant risk factor for developing ED is being a female in the first year of university. Moreover, it appears that the likelihood of developing ED generally increases during the academic year.

Producción Científica

Imanol Eguren García mail imanol.eguren@uneatlantico.es, Sandra Sumalla Cano mail sandra.sumalla@uneatlantico.es, Sandra Conde González mail , Anna Vila-Martí mail , Mercedes Briones Urbano mail mercedes.briones@uneatlantico.es, Raquel Martínez Díaz mail raquel.martinez@uneatlantico.es, Iñaki Elío Pascual mail inaki.elio@uneatlantico.es,

Eguren García

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Adaptive neighborhood rough set model for hybrid data processing: a case study on Parkinson’s disease behavioral analysis

Extracting knowledge from hybrid data, comprising both categorical and numerical data, poses significant challenges due to the inherent difficulty in preserving information and practical meanings during the conversion process. To address this challenge, hybrid data processing methods, combining complementary rough sets, have emerged as a promising approach for handling uncertainty. However, selecting an appropriate model and effectively utilizing it in data mining requires a thorough qualitative and quantitative comparison of existing hybrid data processing models. This research aims to contribute to the analysis of hybrid data processing models based on neighborhood rough sets by investigating the inherent relationships among these models. We propose a generic neighborhood rough set-based hybrid model specifically designed for processing hybrid data, thereby enhancing the efficacy of the data mining process without resorting to discretization and avoiding information loss or practical meaning degradation in datasets. The proposed scheme dynamically adapts the threshold value for the neighborhood approximation space according to the characteristics of the given datasets, ensuring optimal performance without sacrificing accuracy. To evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed scheme, we develop a testbed tailored for Parkinson’s patients, a domain where hybrid data processing is particularly relevant. The experimental results demonstrate that the proposed scheme consistently outperforms existing schemes in adaptively handling both numerical and categorical data, achieving an impressive accuracy of 95% on the Parkinson’s dataset. Overall, this research contributes to advancing hybrid data processing techniques by providing a robust and adaptive solution that addresses the challenges associated with handling hybrid data, particularly in the context of Parkinson’s disease analysis.

Producción Científica

Imran Raza mail , Muhammad Hasan Jamal mail , Rizwan Qureshi mail , Abdul Karim Shahid mail , Angel Olider Rojas Vistorte mail angel.rojas@uneatlantico.es, Md Abdus Samad mail , Imran Ashraf mail ,

Raza

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A Prospective Observational Study of Frailty in Geriatric Revitalization Aimed at Community-Dwelling Elderly

(1) Background: The increasing life expectancy brings an increase in geriatric syndromes, specifically frailty. The literature shows that exercise is a key to preventing, or even reversing, frailty in community-dwelling populations. The main objective is to demonstrate how an intervention based on multicomponent exercise produces an improvement in frailty and pre-frailty in a community-dwelling population. (2) Methods: a prospective observational study of a multicomponent exercise program for geriatric revitalization with people aged over 65 holding Barthel Index scores equal to, or beyond, 90. The program was developed over 30 weeks, three times a week, in sessions lasting 45–50 min each. Frailty levels were registered by the Short Physical Performance Battery, FRAIL Questionnaire Screening Tool, and Timed “Up & Go” at the beginning of the program, 30 weeks later (at the end of the program), and following 13 weeks without training; (3) Results: 360 participants completed the program; a greater risk of frailty was found before the program started among older women living in urban areas, with a more elevated fat percentage, more baseline pathologies, and wider baseline medication use. Furthermore, heterogeneous results were observed both in training periods and in periods without physical activity. However, they are consistent over time and show improvement after training. They show a good correlation between TUG and SPPB; (4) Conclusions: A thirty-week multicomponent exercise program improves frailty and pre-frailty status in a community-dwelling population with no functional decline. Nevertheless, a lack of homogeneity is evident among the various tools used for measuring frailty over training periods and inactivity periods.

Producción Científica

Almudena Morales-Sánchez mail , José Ignacio Calvo Arenillas mail , María José Gutiérrez Palmero mail , José L. Martín-Conty mail , Begoña Polonio-López mail , Luis Alonso Dzul Lopez mail luis.dzul@unini.edu.mx, Laura Mordillo-Mateos mail , Juan José Bernal-Jiménez mail , Rosa Conty-Serrano mail , Francisca Torres-Falguera mail , Alfonso Martínez Cano mail , Carlos Durantez-Fernández mail ,

Morales-Sánchez

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Exploring Microstructural, Interfacial, Mechanical, and Wear Properties of AlSi7Mg0.3 Composites with TiMOVWCr High-Entropy Alloy Powder

This study explored the impact of varying weight percentages of TiMoVWCr high-entropy alloy (HEA) powder addition on A356 composites produced using friction stir processing (FSP). Unlike previous research that often focused on singular aspects, such as mechanical properties, or microstructural analysis, this investigation systematically examined the multifaceted performance of A356 composites by comprehensively assessing the microstructure, interfacial bonding strength, mechanical properties, and wear behavior. The study identified a uniform distribution of TiMoVWCr HEA powder in the composition A356/2%Ti2%Mo2%V2%W2%Cr, highlighting the effectiveness of the FSP technique in achieving homogeneous dispersion. Strong bonding between the reinforcement and matrix material was observed in the same composition, indicating favorable interfacial characteristics. Mechanical properties, including tensile strength and hardness, were evaluated for various compositions, demonstrating significant improvements across the board. The addition of 2%Ti2%Mo2%V2%W2%Cr powder enhanced the tensile strength by 36.39%, while hardness improved by 62.71%. Similarly, wear resistance showed notable enhancements ranging from 35.56 to 48.89% for different compositions. Microstructural analysis revealed approximately 1640.59 grains per square inch for the A356/2%Ti2%Mo2%V2%W2%Cr processed composite at 500 magnifications. In reinforcing Al composites with Ti, Mo, V, W, and Cr high-entropy alloy (HEA) particles, each element imparted distinct benefits. Titanium (Ti) enhanced strength and wear resistance, molybdenum (Mo) contributed to improved hardness, vanadium (V) promoted hardenability, tungsten (W) enhanced wear resistance, and chromium (Cr) provided wear resistance and hardness. Anticipating the potential applications of the developed composite, the study suggests its suitability for the aerospace sector, particularly in casting lightweight yet high-strength parts such as aircraft components, engine components, and structural components, underlining the significance of the investigated TiMoVWCr HEA powder-modified A356 composites.

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Shashi Prakash Dwivedi mail , Shubham Sharma mail , Changhe Li mail , Yanbin Zhang mail , Rajesh Singh mail , Abhinav Kumar mail , Fuad A. Awwad mail , M. Ijaz Khan mail , Emad A. A. Ismail mail ,

Dwivedi