|Technologies||Free Software UNIX|
LibreBlackjack is a blackjack engine that emulates a dealer, deals cards and understands commands such as
stand. The basic idea is that one or more players can talk to LibreBlackjack either in an interactive or automated way through a number of standard IPC procedures. These players can be actual human players playing in real-time through a front-end (a GUI application, a web-based interface, a mobile app, etc.) or robots that implement a certain betting and playing strategy playing (i.e. card counting) as fast as possible to study and analyze game statistics. There is an internal player that reads the strategy from a text file and plays accordingly. It can also be used to play interactive ASCII blackjack.
|Technologies||UNIX IoT AI|
Some tech-based startups needed to manage contractors to develop internet-of-things software for their products. As the “tech” of these startups was not software (but rather electronics and medical devices) they lacked the skills to know if the contractors were providing was was needed. Seamplex assisted the startups (actually the incubator CITES) with these kinds of technical management tasks.
A feasibility study for creating an artificial intelligence tool for assisting into business decisions in a food factory was conducted. A set of Python scripts that attempted to predict data (i.e. prices, consumption, etc.) from past years were coded. Predictions were based on decision trees and Bayessian regressions. They included other external set of data like FIAT currency exchange markets, stock market prices, etc.
Chapter of a full book of case studies aimed at students. The main case is based on analysis of fatigue in the pipes of a nuclear power plant after many years of operation. The chapter pays especial attention to the differences between what engineers are taught at college and what they (we) have to face in real life. A list of tips like trying to image mechanical situations, avoiding black boxes and explaining results even before obtain them are given. There are links to repositories with example cases using Fino and wasora. The full book will be available at NAFEMS by mid 2019.
|Technologies||Cloud Web CAE|
A rewrite of a desktop-based tool for designing textile braids was performed. Using WebGL, X3DOM, PHP and JSON a new web-interface was obtained and the code was set up to run on the cloud instead of on the user’s computer.