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
1642000
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
841998
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
482006
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
372012
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
322013
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
282012
Plan B: Using files instead of middleware abstractions
FJ Ballesteros, E Soriano, G Guardiola, K Leal
IEEE Pervasive Computing 6 (3), 58-65, 2007
282007
TransLib: an Ada 95 object oriented framework for building transactional applications
R Jimenez-Peris, M Patino-Martinez, S Arevalo, RJ Peris, FJ Ballesteros, ...
222000
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
212005
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
192006
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
The network hardware is the operating system
FJ Ballesteros, LL Fernández
Proceedings. The Sixth Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems (Cat. No …, 1997
171997
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 Roman, R Campbell, D Mickunas
Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Parallel and Distributed …, 2000
162000
A Detailed Description of Off++, a Distributed Adaptable Microkernel
FJ Ballesteros, F Kon, RH Campbell
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1997
161997
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
152009
An Adaptive Data Object Service for Pervasive Computing Environments.
CK Hess, FJ Ballesteros, RJ Carlos, RH Campbell, MD Mickunas
COOTS, 31-46, 2001
152001
Plan B: Boxes for networked resources
FJ Ballesteros, GG Muzquiz, KL Algara, E Soriano, P de las Heras Quirós, ...
Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society 10 (1), 33-44, 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
112006
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