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Presentación SIS-M Eatis 2012

  1. 1. Euro American Conference on Telematics and Information Systems EATIS SIS-M: WEB ASSIST SYSTEM TO THE CHOICE OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES, WITH REAL TIME LOCALIZATION, FOR HELPING THE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION.EATIS Valencia, Authors: Taberner Roca, Lorena; Fraile Griñan, Ángel; Fernández May 2012 Marín, Marcos; Peris Sevilla, Javier; Gutiérrez Herrera, Gerardo.
  2. 2. Who we are Objective  Apply the latest technological advances for the benefit of people with autism and learning difficulties, developing applications that help in improving the quality of life of these people. ¿Who we are?  Multidisciplinary team: pedagogy, psychology, computer science, fine arts, and telecommunications.  Active since 1999.  
  3. 3. R&D Lines • PCP.Assistive tools for • Education. • Professional Integration. • Communication • Virtual/Augmented reality. Technology • Web. • Mobile devices. through • Multimedia. • ….
  4. 4. Introduction Inclusion is dedicated to minimizing all barriers to learning and participation of all individuals in society. First, starting with education. The inclusion of children with special needs should be an integral part of strategies to achieve Education for All by 2015. When educators work with groups of mixed ability students tend to be overwhelmed. (Example down). There are educational activities where all students can participate.
  5. 5. Introduction  Similar Applications Applications Delphos/ Seneca Sauce Sice Rayuela Clieckedu Tecnausa SIS-M Features Papas 2.0 Management Center X X X X X X X X Management Staff X X X X X X X X Management Students X X X X X X X X Access Profiles X X X X X X X XManagement of materials X X X X X X X X Schedule Management X X X X X X X X Incidents X X X X X X X X Absences X X X X X X X X Messaging X X X X X X X X Evaluation X X X X X X X X Surveys X X Archive Management X X X X X X X Forums X PDA X X X X X Planning Activities X X X Recommendation of X Activities Positioning X
  6. 6. Introduction Current educational management applications do not fulfill some necessary functionality. (Schedules, recommended activities, sociograms ...). Web Application  support the needs of inclusive management and provide or suggest "inclusive activities." (Example Video). School Center “Gabriel Pérez Cárcel” located in Murcia.
  7. 7. Requirements The correct choice of activity depends on various factors, which are: Natural Language Actions(run, sing..) Description Elements(music, picture..) Educational Require Objectives Upgrade 1º Quarter Educational Objectives 2º Quarter 3º Quarter Personal Actions that can not. Characteristics Preferences Elements Manual Educators Automatic Localization System
  8. 8. Specification Process, classify and understand the information necessary to suggest activities  Ontology (Model the knowledge in a logical and readable way, facilitating the development  scalable system). Extract information from natural language  Tools for Natural Language Processing (NLP). Get the position of students in the school  Real Time Location System (RTLS). Integration in a typical web application with minimal coupling.
  9. 9. Project Development Development Platform HTML, PostgreSQL - Apache J2EE STRUTS Javascript y Hibernate Tomcat JRSR
  10. 10. Project Development OntologyOntology languages RDF y RDF OWL OIL DAML+ XOL SchemaEditing tools OntolinguaServ OILED OntoEdit Protégé WebODE erDevelopment methodologies Onto-Knowledge MethontologyQuery languages RDQL RQL SPARQL SERQLStorageSesame Jena
  11. 11. Project Development NLP ToolsNLP techniques pragmatic analysis semantic analysis syntactic analysis Morphological analysisNLP tools Standford Datalex y Coes EuroWordNet Freeling Parser Datagrammar
  12. 12. Project Development  Real Time Location System Reconec (WIFI-RFID) • Get the position Web Service (area) of a student.  CXF (JAX- WS y JAXB) • Meet students who are located in a specific area.Advantages - We can see a live system test, that works fine. • Report if a student is - Affordable price. entering or leaving a specific area.Disadvantages - The margin of error in position is 3 meters. • …
  13. 13. Project Development Design of the persistence Hibernate Minimum coupling Relational Database • In case of failure the web application is running. Persisten ce of the • More efficient system. system Student Student(Ontology) Ontology (database) Sesame • Name • Uri • Surname • Address • DNI • Uri
  14. 14. Project Development System Overview
  15. 15. Project Development Video of the application
  16. 16. Tests and Results  Phase I. Introduction of basic information PROBLEMS FOUND IN THE TOOL FREELING Misidentification of words: morphological analysis fails  wrong Error meaning. 3.38% “We will read a article” VMIP1S0 is classified as a verb (1st person singular). Comparison found words and words failed 450 400 385 396 350 365 345 326 336 324 300 285 256 275 269 250 213 212 230 200 190 189 150 147 149 158 126 136 100 50 0 7 15 5 12 8 10 3 11 13 7 8 11 9 17 13 12 3 3 5 5 3 act1 act2 act3 act4 act5 act6 act7 act8 act9 act10 act11 act12 act13 act14 act15 act16 act17 act18 act19 act20 act21 number of words failed number of words found Not rated Negations: Denials activity are not taken into account. “students may not run in the process of activity” Actions of the activity  run.
  17. 17. Tests and Results Phase II. Function test. scenario  School “Gabriel Pérez Cárcel ”  Duration 2 days.  The 2 infant classrooms (A and B).  Two educators, tutors children.  25 students in each classroom, a total of 50 students monitored.  21 Activities introduced in the system..  50 RFID wristbands.  Each educator makes a real planning for a whole week (5 days), and 3 activities planned each day (in some cases 2).
  18. 18. Tests and Results Phase II. Function test. Number of suggested activities 8 7 6 5 Educator 1 4 Educator 2 3 2 1 0 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
  19. 19. Tests and Results Phase II. Function test. Acceptance number of suggested activities. Acceptance of activities Acceptance of activities suggested by the teacher 1 suggested by the teacher 2 Suggested Accepted Suggested Accepted 8 8 5 5 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day4 Day 5 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day4 Day 5
  20. 20. Future Work Refinement in processing the content of the description of the activity. (solve problems). Maintaining information about the environment where you will develop activities. Record the result of the activities. Introduction of sociograms. Exploit the location system. Incorporate analysis of sociability.
  21. 21. Thank you for your attentionQuestions and answers