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  • Supporting the process of learning and teaching process models 

    Sánchez Ferreres, Josep; Delicado Alcántara, Luis; Andaloussi, Amine Abbad; Burattin, Andrea; Calderón Ruiz, Guillermo; Weber, Barbara; Carmona Vargas, Josep; Padró, Lluís (2020-03-30)
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    The creation of a process model faces the challenge of constructing a syntactically correct entity which accurately reflects the semantics of the reality, and is understandable. This paper proposes a framework called ...
  • Follower behavior under stress in immersive VR 

    Ríos Jerez, Alejandro; Pelechano Gómez, Núria (2020-03-06)
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    Understanding human decision making is a key requirement to improve crowd simulation models so that they can better mimic real human behavior. It is often difficult to study human decision making during dangerous situations ...
  • A scalable approach to T2-MRI colon segmentation 

    Orellana Bech, Bernat; Monclús Lahoya, Eva; Navazo Álvaro, Isabel; Brunet Crosa, Pere; Bendezú García, Álvaro; Azpiroz Vidaur, Fernando (2020-07-01)
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    The study of the colonic volume is a procedure with strong relevance to gastroenterologists. Depending on the clinical protocols, the volume analysis has to be performed on MRI of the unprepared colon without contrast ...
  • Co-occurrence patterns in diagnostic data 

    Piceno Cabrera, Marie Ely; Rodríguez Navas, Laura; Balcázar Navarro, José Luis (Wiley (John Wiley & Sons), 2020-04-12)
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    We demonstrate how graph decomposition techniques can be employed for the visualization of hierarchical co-occurrence patterns between medical data items. Our research is based on Gaifman graphs (a mathematical concept ...
  • Distance-uniform graphs with large diameter 

    Lavrov, Mikhail; Loh, Po-Shen; Messegué Buisan, Arnau (2019-06-01)
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    An ϵ-distance-uniform graph is one with a critical distance d such that from every vertex, all but at most an ϵ-fraction of the remaining vertices are at distance exactly d. Motivated by the theory of network creation ...
  • HAFLoop: An architecture for supporting highly adaptive feedback loops in self-adaptive systems 

    Zavala Rodríguez, Edith Berenice; Franch Gutiérrez, Javier; Marco Gómez, Jordi; Berger, Christian (Elsevier, 2020-04)
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    Most of the current self-adaptive systems (SASs) rely on static feedback loops such as the IBM’s MAPE-K loop for managing their adaptation process. Static loops do not allow SASs to react to runtime events such as changing ...