Francisco J. Ballesteros
Francisco J. Ballesteros
Prof. at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Verified email at lsub.org
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2K: A distributed operating system for dynamic heterogeneous environments
F Kon, RH Campbell, MD Mickunas, K Nahrstedt, FJ Ballesteros
Proceedings the Ninth International Symposium on High-Performance …, 2000
1782000
2k: A reflective component-based operating system for rapidly changing environments
F Kon, A Singhai, RH Campbell, D Carvalho, R Moore, FJ Ballesteros
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1543, 388-389, 1998
831998
Plan b: An operating system for ubiquitous computing environments
FJ Ballesteros, E Soriano, K Leal, G Guardiola
Fourth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and …, 2006
532006
Treatment of early rheumatoid arthritis in a multinational inception cohort of Latin American patients: the GLADAR experience
MH Cardiel, BA Pons-Estel, MP Sacnun, D Wojdyla, V Saurit, JC Marcos, ...
JCR: Journal of Clinical Rheumatology 18 (7), 327-335, 2012
472012
Rheumatoid arthritis in Latin Americans enriched for Amerindian ancestry is associated with loci in chromosomes 1, 12, and 13, and the HLA class II region
DL Herráez, M Martínez‐Bueno, L Riba, IG de la Torre, M Sacnún, M Goñi, ...
Arthritis & Rheumatism 65 (6), 1457-1467, 2013
422013
Plan B: Using files instead of middleware abstractions
FJ Ballesteros, E Soriano, G Guardiola, K Leal
IEEE Pervasive Computing 6 (3), 58-65, 2007
292007
Nix: A case for a manycore system for cloud computing
FJ Ballesteros, N Evans, C Forsyth, G Guardiola, J McKie, R Minnich, ...
Bell Labs Technical Journal 17 (2), 41-54, 2012
262012
Omero: Ubiquitous user interfaces in the plan b operating system
FJ Ballesteros, G Guardiola, K Leal, E Soriano
Fourth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and …, 2006
202006
Traditional systems can work well for pervasive applications. a case study: Plan 9 from bell labs becomes ubiquitous
FJ Ballesteros, G Guardiola, E Soriano, K Leal
Third IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and …, 2005
202005
TransLib: an Ada 95 object oriented framework for building transactional applications
R Jiménez-Peris, M Patino-Martinez, S Arevalo, RJ Peris, FJ Ballesteros, ...
202000
A Detailed Description of Off++, a Distributed Adaptable Microkernel
FJ Ballesteros, F Kon, RH Campbell
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1997
191997
Using interpreted CompositeCalls to improve operating system services
FJ Ballesteros, R Jimenez, M Patino, F Kon, S Arevalo, R Campbell
Software: Practice and Experience 30 (6), 589-615, 2000
182000
Batching: A design pattern for efficient and flexible client/server interaction
FJ Ballesteros, F Kon, M Patino, R Jiménez, S Arévalo, RH Campbell
Transactions on Pattern Languages of Programming I, 48-66, 2009
172009
Octopus: An upperware based system for building personal pervasive environments
FJ Ballesteros, E Soriano, G Guardiola
Journal of Systems and Software 85 (7), 1637-1649, 2012
162012
Management of Environments in 2K
D Carvalho, F Kon, F Ballesteros, M Román, R Campbell, D Mickunas
Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Parallel and Distributed …, 2000
162000
An Adaptive Data Object Service for Pervasive Computing Environments.
CK Hess, FJ Ballesteros, RJ Carlos, RH Campbell, MD Mickunas
COOTS, 31-46, 2001
152001
The network hardware is the operating system
FJ Ballesteros, LL Fernández
Proceedings. The Sixth Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems (Cat. No …, 1997
151997
Plan B: Boxes for networked resources
FJ Ballesteros, GG Muzquiz, KL Algara, ESPH Quirós, EM Castro, ...
Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society 10, 31-42, 2004
142004
The Box: A replacement for files
FJ Ballesteros, S Arevalo
Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems, 24-29, 1999
141999
The plan b os for ubiquitous computing. voice control, security, and terminals as case studies
FJ Ballesteros, E Soriano, G Guardiola, K Leal
Pervasive and Mobile Computing 2 (4), 472-488, 2006
102006
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