• Energy-aware topology control strategy for human-centric wireless sensor networks 

    Meseguer Pallarès, Roc; Molina, Carlos; Ochoa, Sergio; Santos, Rodrigo (2014-02-07)
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    The adoption of mobile and ubiquitous solutions that involve participatory or opportunistic sensing increases every day. This situation has highlighted the relevance of optimizing the energy consumption of these solutions, ...
  • Mechanical thrombectomy in and outside the REVASCAT trial insights from a concurrent population-based Stroke registry 

    Urra, Xabier; Abilleira, Sonia; Dorado, Laura; Marc, Ribó; Cardona, Pere; Millán, Monica; Chamorro, Ángel; Molina, Carlos; Cobo Valeri, Erik; Dávalos Errando, Antoni; Jovin, Tudor G.; Gallofre, Miquel (2015-12)
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    Background and Purpose-Recent trials have shown the superiority of endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) over medical therapy alone in certain stroke patients with proximal arterial occlusion. Using data from the Randomized Trial ...
  • Phone and video-based modalities of central blinded adjudication of modified rankin scores in an endovascular stroke trial 

    López-Cancio, Elena; Salvat, Mercé; Cerda, Neus; Jimenez, Marta; Codas, Javier; Llull, Laura; Boned, Sara; Cano, Luis M.; Blanca, Lara; Molina, Carlos; Cobo Valeri, Erik; Dávalos Errando, Antoni; Jovin, Tudor G.; Serena Leal, Joaquín (2015-12)
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    Background and Purpose-The standard outcome measure in stroke research is modified Rankin scale (mRS) evaluated by local blinded investigators. We aimed to assess feasibility and reliability of 2 central adjudication methods ...
  • The migration prefetcher: anticipating data promotion in dynamic NUCA caches 

    Lira Rueda, Javier; Jones, Timothy M.; Molina, Carlos; González Colás, Antonio María (2012-01)
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  • Trace-level reuse 

    González Colás, Antonio María; Tubella Murgadas, Jordi; Molina, Carlos (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 1999)
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    Trace-level reuse is based on the observation that some traces (dynamic sequences of instructions) are frequently repeated during the execution of a program, and in many cases, the instructions that make up such traces ...