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Marino Linaje

  • Professor
  • Universidad de Extremadura
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Research interests

Model-Driven DevelopmentUbiquitous ComputingRich Internet Applications

About

Member of the Quercus Software Engineering Group at the University of Extremadura in Spain. He is participating in projects related to Model Driven Web Engineering and his main interests are focused on the conceptual design of Rich Internet Applications and code generation. One of the leaders of the RUX-Project with the aim of proposing methodologies to develop Rich Internet Applications. Currently working in the conceptualization of Ubiquitous Computing.

Co-authors (25)

Publications (5)

  • An smil-timesheets based temporal behavior model for the visual development of web user interfaces

    • Linaje M
    • Preciado J
    • Rodriguez-Echeverria R
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    0Citations
  • A semantic approach for designing Assistive Software Recommender systems

    • Gómez-Martínez E
    • Linaje M
    • Sánchez-Figueroa F
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    1Citations
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  • Re-engineering legacy Web applications into RIAs by aligning modernization requirements, patterns and RIA features

    • Conejero J
    • Rodríguez-Echeverría R
    • Sánchez-Figueroa F
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    3Citations
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  • Obtaining accessible RIA UIs by combining RUX-Method and SAW

    • Linaje M
    • Lozano-Tello A
    • Preciado J
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    3Citations
  • Self-organizing map for hyperspectral image analysis

    • Martínez P
    • Aguilar P
    • Pérez R
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    0Citations
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Professional experience

Professor

Universidad de Extremadura

December 2000 - Present

Education history

Ph.D.

Universidad de Extremadura

March 2009 - Present

Computer Science

Universidad de Extremadura

June 2003 - Present

Technical Engineering in Computer Management

University of Extremadura

September 2000 - Present