Latin American Journal of Computing
Faculty of Systems Engineering
Escuela Politécnica Nacional

Latin American Journal of Computing (LAJC) is an open access peer-reviewed journal, sponsored by the Faculty of Systems Engineering of the National Polytechnic School of Ecuador. This journal publishes new results in different areas such as Information Security, Information Systems, Intelligent Systems, Software Engineering and Science, Technology and Society (STS).

The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to present original research papers, technical reviews and state-of-the-art reviews for publication.

LAJC has a semi-annual periodicity. Authors are cordially invited to contribute to the journal by submitting their manuscripts in either, the January to May number, or July to November number.

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Vol 5, No 2 (2018)

July - November 2018

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Table of Contents

Research Articles

Design and simulation of prototype to get a soccer player’s heart rate using a wireless network PDF
Vicente Ogoño, Carlos Angamarca 11 - 14
Assisted Muscular Rehabilitation PDF
Gabriela Poveda, María Trujillo, Andrés Rosales 15 - 20
Exploratory Data Analysis of Volunteered Geographic Information: case study in the Manuela Sáenz administrative zone of Quito PDF
Roger Castro, Marco Luna 21 - 26
Polarity of opinions about a public person in Ecuador PDF
Boris Herrera 27 - 32
Defining architectures for recommended systems for medical treatment. A Systematic Literature Review PDF
Cristina Jimenez, Ivan Carrera 33 - 40
Verification of the emergence in an architecture for multi-robot systems (AMEB) PDF
Angel Gil, Jose Aguilar, Eladio Dapena, Rafael Rivas 41 - 52
Agile Design Process with User-Centered Design and User Experience in Web Interfaces: A Systematic Literature Review PDF
Jucélia Beux, Ericles Bellei, Laís Brock, Ana Carolina Bertoletti, Carlos Hölbig 53 - 60
Towards a new paradigm in university scientific research from a feminist epistemology, a creative, critical and ethical spirit, and knowledge as a common good PDF
Ramón Rueda 61 - 68

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