João M. F. Rodrigues

João Rodrigues graduated with an Electrical Engineering degree in 1993, and he got his M.Sc. in Computer Systems Engineering in 1998 and Ph.D. Electronics and Computer Engineering in 2008 from the University of Algarve, Portugal. He is an Adjunct Professor at Instituto Superior de Engenharia, and he has been a lecturer in Computer Science and Computer Vision since 1994 at the University of Algarve. He is also a member of the associative laboratory LARSyS (ISR-Lisbon), CIAC, APRP, IAPR and ARTECH. He participated in 15 financed scientific projects, and he is a co-author of more than 120 scientific publications. His major research interests lies in computer and human vision, assistive technologies and human-computer interaction.

Publications

Application of Machine Learning Algorithms to the IoE: A Survey
Pedro J. S. Cardoso, Jânio Monteiro, Nelson Pinto, Dario Cruz, João M. F. Rodrigues. © 2021. 26 pages.
The internet of everything is a network that connects people, data, process, and things, making it easier to understand that many subfields of knowledge are discussable while...
Smart Systems Design, Applications, and Challenges
João M.F. Rodrigues, Pedro J.S. Cardoso, Jânio Monteiro, Célia M.Q. Ramos. © 2020. 459 pages.
Smart systems when connected to artificial intelligence (AI) are still closely associated with some popular misconceptions that cause the general public to either have...
Augmented Intelligence: Leverage Smart Systems
João M.F. Rodrigues, Pedro J.S. Cardoso, Jânio Monteiro, Célia M.Q. Ramos. © 2020. 22 pages.
Smart systems make decisions incorporating data available from different sensing in a way to control and make smart actions. In this context, smart actions consist in augmenting...
Monitoring, Predicting, and Optimizing Energy Consumptions: A Goal Toward Global Sustainability
Pedro J. S. Cardoso, Jânio Monteiro, Cristiano Cabrita, Jorge Semião, Dario Medina Cruz, Nelson Pinto, Célia M.Q. Ramos, Luís M. R. Oliveira, João M. F. Rodrigues. © 2020. 28 pages.
Energy consumption and, consequently, the associated costs (e.g., environmental and monetary) concern most individuals, companies, and institutions. Platforms for the monitoring...
Harnessing the Internet of Everything (IoE) for Accelerated Innovation Opportunities
Pedro J.S. Cardoso, Jânio Monteiro, Jorge Semião, João M.F. Rodrigues. © 2019. 383 pages.
As innovators continue to explore and create new developments within the fields of artificial intelligence and computer science, subfields such as machine learning and the...
Application of Machine Learning Algorithms to the IoE: A Survey
Pedro J. S. Cardoso, Jânio Monteiro, Nelson Pinto, Dario Cruz, João M. F. Rodrigues. © 2019. 26 pages.
The internet of everything is a network that connects people, data, process, and things, making it easier to understand that many subfields of knowledge are discussable while...
IoE-Based Control and Monitoring of Electrical Grids: A Smart Grid's Perspective
Nelson Pinto, Dario Cruz, Jânio Monteiro, Cristiano Cabrita, Jorge Semião, Pedro J. S. Cardoso, Luís M. R. Oliveira, João M. F. Rodrigues. © 2019. 26 pages.
In many countries, renewable energy production already represents an important percentage of the total energy that is generated in electrical grids. In order to reach higher...
Handbook of Research on Technological Developments for Cultural Heritage and eTourism Applications
João M. F. Rodrigues, Célia M. Q. Ramos, Pedro J. S. Cardoso, Cláudia Henriques. © 2018. 535 pages.
Tourism is one of the most rapidly evolving industries of the 21st century. The integration of technological advancements plays a crucial role in the ability for many countries...
Religious Tourism Experience Model (RTEM): A Recommendation Model for Dissemination of Cultural and Religious Heritage
Célia M. Q. Ramos, Cláudia Henriques, João M. F. Rodrigues. © 2018. 29 pages.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have established a growing and deeper interconnection alliance with the tourism sector. Few solutions have contributed to the...
An Initial Framework to Develop a Mobile Five Human Senses Augmented Reality System for Museums
João M. F. Rodrigues, Pedro J. S. Cardoso, Joana Lessa, João André Pereira, João D. P. Sardo, Marco de Freitas, Jorge Semião, Jânio Monteiro, Célia M. Q. Ramos, Roberto Lam, Eduardo Esteves, Mauro Figueiredo, Alexandra R. Gonçalves, Miguel Gomes, Paulo Bica. © 2018. 24 pages.
The Mobile Five Senses Augmented Reality System for Museums (M5SAR) project aims to development an Augmented Reality mobile system for museums. Museums are amazing places, where...