Publications

Journals in JCR

  1. Emilio Serrano and Javier Bajo. Publication in Special Issue on Social and Intelligent Applications for Future Cities. Future Generation Computer Systems. (Impact Factor 2016/2017, 3.768, Q1). In press.
  2. Francisco Laport, Emilio Serrano, Javier Bajo, and Andrew T. Campbell. A Review of Mobile Sensing Systems, Applications and Opportunities.  KAIS 2018 (Impact Factor 2016/2017, 2.004, Q1). In press.
  3. Elvira Amador-Domínguez, Emilio Serrano, Daniel Manrique, Juan F. De Paz:
    Prediction and Decision-Making in Intelligent Environments Supported by Knowledge Graphs, A Systematic Review. Sensors 19(8): 1774 (2019)
    (Impact Factor 2016/2017, 2.475, Q2). online version.
  4. Emilio Serrano, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Jacinto González-Pachón, Asunción Gómez-Pérez:
    Toward proactive social inclusion powered by machine learning. Knowl. Inf. Syst. 58(3): 651-667 (2019)
    (Impact Factor 2016/2017, 2.004, Q1).
  5. Emilio Serrano, Carlos Angel Iglesias:
    Validating viral marketing strategies in Twitter via agent-based social simulation. Expert Syst. Appl. 50: 140-150 (2016)
    (Impact Factor 2016/2017, 3.768, Q1).
  6. Jesús M. Sánchez, Álvaro Carrera, Carlos Angel Iglesias, Emilio Serrano:
    A Participatory Agent-Based Simulation for Indoor Evacuation Supported by Google Glass. Sensors 16(9): 1360 (2016)
    (Impact Factor 2016/2017, 2.475, Q2).
  7. Miguel Coronado, Carlos Angel Iglesias, Emilio Serrano:
    Modelling rules for automating the Evented WEb by semantic technologies. Expert Syst. Appl. 42(21): 7979-7990 (2015)
    (Impact Factor 2015, 2.981, Q1)
  8. Francisco Campuzano, Teresa García-Valverde, Juan A. Botía, Emilio Serrano:
    Generation of human computational models with machine learning. Inf. Sci. 293: 97-114 (2015)
    (Impact Factor 2015, 3.364, Q1)
  9. Teresa García-Valverde, Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía Blaya:
    Combining the real world with simulations for a robust testing of Ambient Intelligence services. Artif. Intell. Rev. 42(4): 723-746 (2014)
    (Impact Factor 2014, 2.111, Q2). preprint.
  10. Emilio Serrano, Jose M. Such, Juan A. Botía, Ana García-Fornes:
    Strategies for avoiding preference profiling in agent-based e-commerce environments. Appl. Intell. 40(1): 127-142 (2014)
    (Impact Factor 2012: 1.853, Q2)
  11. Francisco Campuzano, Teresa García-Valverde, Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía:
    Generation of human computational models with knowledge engineering. Eng. Appl. of AI 35: 259-276 (2014)
    (Impact factor 2014: 2.207, Q1)
  12. Emilio Serrano, Pablo Moncada, Mercedes Garijo, Carlos Angel Iglesias:
    Evaluating social choice techniques into intelligent environments by agent based social simulation. Inf. Sci. 286: 102-124 (2014)
    (Impact Factor 2014, 4.038, Q1)
  13. Emilio Serrano, Geovanny Poveda Cardona, Mercedes Garijo:
    Towards a Holistic Framework for the Evaluation of Emergency Plans in Indoor Environments. Sensors 14(3): 4513-4535 (2014)
    (Impact factor 2014, 2.245, Q1)
  14. Celia Gutiérrez, Iván García-Magariño, Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía:
    Robust design of multi-agent system interactions: A testing approach based on pattern matching. Eng. Appl. of AI 26(9): 2093-2104 (2013)
    (Impact factor 2013: 1.962, Q1)
  15. Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía:
    Validating ambient intelligence based ubiquitous computing systems by means of artificial societies. Inf. Sci. 222: 3-24 (2013)
    (Impact Factor 2013, 3.893, Q1)
  16. Emilio Serrano, Michael Rovatsos, Juan A. Botía:
    Data mining agent conversations: A qualitative approach to multiagent systems analysis. Inf. Sci. 230: 132-146 (2013)
    (Impact Factor 2013, 3.893, Q1)
  17. Pablo Campillo-Sanchez, Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía:
    Testing context-aware services based on smartphones by agent based social simulation. JAISE 5(3): 311-330 (2013)
    (Impact Factor 2013, 1.082, Q2). preprint.
  18. Emilio Serrano, Andrés Muñoz, Juan A. Botía:
    An approach to debug interactions in multi-agent system software tests. Inf. Sci. 205: 38-57 (2012)
    (Impact Factor 2012, 3.643, Q1)
  19. Teresa García-Valverde, Francisco Campuzano, Emilio Serrano, Ana Villa, Juan A. Botía:
    Simulation of human behaviours for the validation of Ambient Intelligence services: A methodological approach. JAISE 4(3): 163-181 (2012)
    (Impact Factor 2012, 1.298, Q2). preprint.
  20. Andrés Muñoz, Emilio Serrano, Ana Villa, Mercedes Valdés, Juan A. Botía:
    An Approach for Representing Sensor Data to Validate Alerts in Ambient Assisted Living. Sensors 12(5): 6282-6306 (2012)
    (Impact factor 2012, 1.953, Q1)
  21. Emilio Serrano, Arnaud Quirin, Juan A. Botía, Oscar Cordón:
    Debugging complex software systems by means of pathfinder networks. Inf. Sci. 180(5): 561-583 (2010)
    (Impact Factor 2010, 2.833, Q1)
  22. Emilio Serrano, Jorge J. Gómez-Sanz, Juan A. Botía, Juan Pavón:
    Intelligent data analysis applied to debug complex software systems. Neurocomputing 72(13-15): 2785-2795 (2009)
    (Impact Factor 2009, 1.440, Q2)

Other journals

  1. Geovanny Poveda, Emilio Serrano, Mercedes Garijo (2015): Designing emergency management services by ontology driven social simulation. In: IT CoNvergence PRActice (INPRA), 3 (1), pp. 17–32, 2015, ISSN: 2288-0860.
  2. Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía, Jose M. Cadenas (2009): Ubik: a multi-agent based simulator for ubiquitous computing applications. In: Journal of Physical Agents, 3 (2), pp. 39–43, 2009

Conferences & Workshops

  1. An Ontology-Based Deep Learning Approach for Knowledge Graph Completion with Fresh Entities. Elvira Amador-Domínguez, Patrick Hohenecker, Thomas Lukasiewicz, Daniel Manrique, and Emilio Serrano. DCAI 2019.
  2. An Intelligent and Autoadaptive System of Virtual Identities Based on Deep Learning for the Analysis of Online Advertising Networks. Elvira Amador-Domínguez, Emilio Serrano, Juan David Mateos-Nobre, Alfredo Ayala-Muñoz. 17th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (PAAMS2019).
  3. Automatic Music Generation by Deep Learning. Juan Carlos García, Emilio Serrano. DCAI 2018: 284-291. preprint.
  4. Social Services Diagnosis by Deep Learning. Emilio Serrano, Pedro del Pozo-Jiménez. DCAI 2018: 316-323.
  5. Emilio Serrano, Javier Bajo: Towards Social Care Prediction Services Aided by Multi-agent Systems. A2HC@AAMAS/A-HEALTH@PAAMS 2017: 119-130.
  6. Emilio Serrano, Pedro del Pozo-Jiménez, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Jacinto González-Pachón, Javier Bajo, Asunción Gómez-Pérez: Predicting the risk of suffering chronic social exclusion with machine learning. DCAI 2017: 132-139. preprint.
  7. Emilio Serrano, Pedro del Pozo-Jiménez, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Jacinto González-Pachón, Javier Bajo, Asunción Gómez-Pérez: A Multi-agent Architecture for Labeling Data and Generating Prediction Models in the Field of Social Services. PAAMS (Workshops) 2017: 177-184. preprint.
  8. El contexto científico del programa MOSI-AGIL. Modelado Social de Inteligencia Ambiental Aplicado a Grandes Instalaciones. Jornada MOSI-AGIL. ISBN: 978-84-608-1692-8. 2015. Steering Committee.
  9. An integrated framework for enabling end-user configuration of AmI simulations for open wide locations. Ramón Alcarria, Emilio Serrano, Jor.ge Gómez Sanz and Alberto Fernández. UCAmI 2015: 413-424. Best paper award.
  10. A survey of Twitter Rumor Spreading Simulations. 7th International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence Technologies and Applications. ICCCI 2015: 113-122. preprint.
  11. A Novel Agent-Based Rumor Spreading Model in Twitter. Emilio Serrano, Carlos Angel Iglesias, Mercedes Garijo. WWW (Companion Volume) 2015: 811-814. 6th International Workshop on Modeling Social Media – Behavioral Analytics in Social Media, Big Data and the Web. preprint.
  12. Creating and validating emergency management services by social simulation and semantic web technologies. Geovanny Poveda, Emilio Serrano and Mercedes Garijo. UCAmI & IWAAL 2014. In R. Herv´as, S. Lee, C. Nugent, and J. Bravo, editors, Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence. Personalisation and User Adapted Services, volume 8867 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 460–467. Springer International Publishing, 2014.
  13. Ambient intelligence services personalization via social choice theory. Emilio Serrano, Pablo Moncada, Mercedes Garijo and Carlos A. Iglesias. UCAmI & IWAAL 2014. In R. Herv´as, S. Lee, C. Nugent, and J. Bravo, editors, Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence. Personalisation and User Adapted Services, volume 8867 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 452–459. Springer International Publishing, 2014.
  14. EuroSentiment: Shared Language Resource Pool for Sentiment Analysis. Carlos A. Iglesias, Emilio Serrano. TASS 2013, Workshop on Sentiment Analysis at Annual Conference of the Spanish Society for Natural Language Processing (SEPLN). link
  15. Towards socio-chronobiological computational human models. Francisco Campuzano, Emilio Serrano and Juan A. Botía. In J. Pavón, N. D. Duque-Méndez, and R. Fuentes-Fernández, editors, IBERAMIA, volume 7637 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 392–401. Springer, 2012.
  16. An Approach for the Qualitative Analysis of Open Agent Conversations. Emilio Serrano, Michael Rovatsos and Juan Botia. ITMAS 2012 : The 3rd International Workshop on Infrastructures and Tools for Multiagent Systems. Valencia (Spain).
  17. A qualitative reputation system for multiagent systems with protocol-based communication. Emilio Serrano, Michael Rovatsos, Juan Botia. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems – Volume 1, AAMAS ’12, pages 307–314, Richland, SC, 2012. International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. link
  18. Strategic Pseudonym Change in Agent-Based E-Commerce. J. M. Such, E. Serrano, V. Botti, and A. García-Fornes. 2012. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems – Volume 3 (AAMAS ’12), Vol. 3. International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Richland, SC, 1377-1378. link
  19. An Explanation-Based Alert Management Tool for Basic AAL Systems. Andres Muñoz, Ana Villa, Emilio Serrano, and Juan Botia. Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI’11). Riviera Maya (México), December 5-9, 2011.
  20. Mining Qualitative Context Models from Multiagent Interactions. E. Serrano, M. Rovatsos, and J. Botia. In The 10th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems – Volume 3 (AAMAS ’11), Vol. 3. International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Richland, SC, 1215-1216.
  21. Human behaviours simulation in ubiquitous computing environments. Teresa Garcia-Valverde, Francisco Campuzano, Emilio Serrano and Juan A. Botia. Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems and Simulation (MAS&S) at MALLOW10. MALLOW10 was held in Lyon, France, in August 2010. link
  22. Social simulation for AmI systems engineering. Teresa Garcia-Valverde, Emilio Serrano and Juan A. Botia. International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems (HAIS’10), 2010. HAIS’10 was held held in San Sebastián, Spain, in June 10-12th, 2010. ISBN 978-3-642-13768-6
  23. Incremental deployment of large-scale AmI system by means of social models. Juan A. Botia, Emilio Serrano, Teresa Garcia-Valverde and Antonio Gomez-Skarmeta. Proceedings of International Workshop on “Simulation of Complex Social Systems” (SiCoSSys 2009) associated to the Spanish Conference on Artificial Intellligence (CAEPIA), 2009. CAEPIA 2009 was held in Sevilla, Spain, in November 2009. ISBN 978-3-642-14263
  24. Artificial societies immersed in an Ambient Intelligence Environment. Teresa Garcia-Valverde, Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botia, Antonio Gomez-Skarmeta and Jose M. Cadenas. Proceedings of The 1st Workshop on Social Simulation on International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, 2009. IJCAI-09 was held in Pasadena, California, USA, in July 11-17th, 2009.
  25. Infrastructure for forensic analysis of multi-agent based simulations. Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía Blaya and Jose M. Cadenas. Seventh international Workshop on Programming Multi-Agent Systems. In L. Braubach, J.-P. Briot, and J. Thangarajah, editors, PROMAS, volume 5919 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 185–200. Springer, 2009. PROMAS 2009 was held in Budapest, Hungary, in May 12th, 2009. ISBN 978-3-642-14842
  26. Construction and debugging of a multi-agent based simulation to study ambient intelligence applications. Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía Blaya, and Jose M. Cadenas. International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (IWANN2009). In Joan Cabestany, Francisco Sandoval, Alberto Prieto, and Juan M. Corchado, editors, IWANN (1), volume 5517 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 1090–1097. Springer, 2009. IWANN’09 was held in Salamanca, Spain, in June, 2010. ISBN 978-3-642-02477
  27. Infrastructure for forensic analysis of multi-agent systems. Emilio Serrano and Juan Botía. In Programming Multi-Agent Systems: 6th International Workshop, PROMAS 2008 Estoril, Portugal, May 12-13, 2008 Revised Selected Papers, pages 168–183, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2009. Springer-Verlag. ISBN 978-3-642-03277-6
  28. Testing and debugging of mas interactions with ingenias. Jorge J. Gómez-Sanz, Juan Botía, Emilio Serrano, and Juan Pavón. In Agent-Oriented Software Engineering IX: 9th International Workshop, AOSE 2008 Estoril, Portugal, May 12-13, 2008 Revised Selected Papers, pages 199–212, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2009. Springer-Verlag. ISBN 978-3-642-19207-4
  29. Minería de datos aplicada a la modelización de un sistema híbrido. Autores: J.M. Cadenas Figueredo, M.C. Garrido Carrera, E. Muñoz Ballester, E. Serrano Fernández. Congreso Español de Informática (CEDI2007), IV taller nacional de minería de datos y aprendizaje (TAMIDA 2007). Lugar de celebración y año: Zaragoza, Septiembre-2007. Entidad/grupo organizador: Universidad de Zaragoza. ISBN 978-84-9732-602-5
  30. Hacia una Plataforma de Ayuda a la Minería de Datos en Entornos Imperfectos. Congreso Español de Informática (CEDI2007), IV taller nacional de minería de datos y aprendizaje (TAMIDA 2007). Autores: J.M. Cadenas Figueredo, M.C. Garrido Carrera, E. Muñoz Ballester, E. Serrano Fernández. Lugar de celebración y año: Zaragoza, Septiembre-2007. Entidad/grupo organizador: Universidad de Zaragoza. ISBN 978-84-9732-602-5
  31. Un prototipo del coordinador de un sistema metaheurístico cooperativo para el problema de la Mochila. Autores: J.M. Cadenas Figueredo, M.C. Garrido Carrera, V. Liern, E. Muñoz Ballester, E. Serrano Fernández. Congreso Español sobre Metaheurísticas, Algoritmos Genéticos y Algoritmos Evolutivos (MAEB 2007). Lugar de celebración y año: Tenerife, Febrero-2007. Entidad/grupo organizador: Universidad de la Laguna. ISBN 978-84-690-3470-5
  32. Modelado del Coordinador de un sistema Meta-Heurístico Cooperativo mediante SoftComputing. Autores: J.M. Cadenas Figueredo, R.A. Díaz Valladares, M.C. Garrido Carrera, L.D. Hernández Molinero, E. Serrano Fernández. 50 años de inteligencia artificial, Campus Multidisciplinar en Percepción e Inteligencia. Lugar de celebración y año: Albacete, Julio 2006. Entidad/grupo organizador: Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia. ISBN 84-689-9561-4

Books

    • Advancing the state of the art in the analysis of multi-agent systems: Study and Development of Methods and Tools for Testing, Validation and Verification of Multi-Agent Systems. Emilio Serrano, Juan A. Botía and José M. Cadenas. ISBN-10: 3846543527 | ISBN-13: 978-3846543528 | Publication Date: November 2, 2011. link

  • Modelos de Conducta Humana para la Validación de Entornos Inteligentes. Francisco Campuzano, Juan A. Botía, y Emilio Serrano. Octubre, 2015. ISBN 978-3-659-07982-5. link.

Popular science publications

  1. Uso de redes Pathfinder (PFNETs) para la depuración de sistemas multi-agentes (MASs). UCC Prinum. Promoción y divulgación de los resultados y actividades relacionadas con la investigación desarrollados en la Universidad de Murcia. 2010. link
  2. Estrategias contra los rumores en las redes sociales. link

Education conferences and publications

Academic networks and indexes

According to google scholar, my works have received over 500 citations and my h-index is 17.

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