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- Documento de conferenciaAcceso AbiertoApplying software engineering techniques to the development of robotic systems(2011) Arévalo, Gabriela Beatriz; Zabala, Gonzalo; Morán, Ricardo; Pons, Claudia FabianaIn these days most robotic systems tend to be complex to maintain and reuse because existing frameworks are based mainly on code-driven approaches. This means the software development process is reduced to the implementation of systems using specific programming languages. During the constant evolution, the systems grow in size and in complexity. Even when these approaches address the needs of roboticfocused markets, currently used methodologies and toolsets fail to cope with the needs of such complex software development process. The general objective of our project is the definition of a methodological framework supported by a set of tools to deal with the requirements of the robotic software development process. A major challenge is to make the step from code-driven to model-driven in the development of robotic software systems. Separating robotics knowledge from short-cycled implementation technologies is essential to foster reuse and maintenance.\nIn this paper we report our initial results
- Documento de conferenciaAcceso AbiertoCelsius Network - Celsius Imago - Celsius Bloodhound(2007) De Giusti, Marisa RaquelThe Library Linkage Project (Proyecto de Enlace de Bibliotecas-PrEBi) of La Plata National University (UNLP) if part of Library Linkage initiative (LL) of Ibero American Science and Technology Education Consortium (ISTEC) which the UNLP belongs to. The main objective of PrEBi is to provide technical and scientific information required for Researchers, Teachers and Students from UNLP, as well as to provide to member institutions that are part of the project of documentations available in libraries in the dependencies of each University.