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  • Comments on: shape-based functional data analysis 

    Delicado Useros, Pedro Francisco (Springer, 2023-12-11)
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    The paper under discussion proposes a non-standard way to approach functional data analysis based on the concept of shape-of-a-function. I congratulate the authors for such a stimulating piece of work. Among the most ...
  • Identifying and classifying aberrant response patterns through functional data analysis 

    Doval, Eduardo; Delicado Useros, Pedro Francisco (2020-12-01)
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    We propose new methods for identifying and classifying aberrant response patterns (ARPs) by means of functional data analysis. These methods take the person response function (PRF) of an individual and compare it with the ...
  • Kansei for the digital era 

    Schütte, Simon; Lokman, Anitawati Mohd; Marco Almagro, Lluís; Ishihara, Shigekazu; Yanagisawa, Hideyoshi; Yamanaka, Toshimasa; Valverde, Nuno; Coleman, Shirley (2023-11-28)
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    For over 40 years, Kansei-based research and development have been conducted in Japan and other East Asian countries and these decades of research have influenced Kansei interpretation. New methods and applications, including ...
  • SurvLIMEpy: a Python package implementing SurvLIME 

    Pachón García, Cristian; Hernández Pérez, Carlos; Delicado Useros, Pedro Francisco; Vilaplana Besler, Verónica (2024-03-01)
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    In this paper we present SurvLIMEpy, an open-source Python package that implements the SurvLIME algorithm. This method allows to compute local feature importance for machine learning algorithms designed for modelling ...
  • Design of pastes for direct ink writing of zirconia parts with medical applications 

    Buj Corral, Irene; Padilla Sanchez, Jose Antonio; Minguella Canela, Joaquim; Rodero de Lamo, Lourdes; Marco Almagro, Lluís; Xuriguera Martin, Elena (Scientific.Net, 2023-10-05)
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    Direct ink writing (DIW) is an extrusion additive manufacturing (AM) technique in which inks are extruded through a nozzle and then deposited layer-by-layer. This technology allows 3D printing many different materials such ...
  • Ten-year probabilities of death due to cancer and cardiovascular disease among breast cancer patients diagnosed in north-eastern Spain 

    Clèries, Ramon; Ameijide, Alberto; Buxó, Maria; Vilardell, Mireia; Martínez Martínez, José Miguel; Font, Rebeca; Marcos Gragera, Rafael; Puigdemont Guinart, Montse; Viñas, Gemma; Carulla Areste, Marià; Espinás, Josep Alfons; Galceran Padrós, Jaume; Izquierdo, Angel; Borrás Andrés, José Maria (2023-01-01)
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    Mortality from cardiovascular disease (CVD), second tumours, and other causes is of clinical interest in the long-term follow-up of breast cancer (BC) patients. Using a cohort of BC patients (N = 6758) from the cancer ...
  • Conditional poisson regression with random effects for the analysis of multi-site time series studies 

    Barrera Gómez, Jose Antonio; Puig Oriol, Xavier; Ginebra Molins, Josep; Basagaña Flores, Xavier (2023-09-12)
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    The analysis of time series studies linking daily counts of a health indicator with environmental variables (e.g., mortality or hospital admissions with air pollution concentrations or temperature; or motor vehicle crashes ...
  • Scalability evaluation of forecasting methods applied to bicycle sharing systems 

    Cortez Ordóñez, Alexandra Piedad; Vázquez Alcocer, Pere Pau; Sánchez Espigares, Josep Anton (Elsevier Ltd, 2023-10)
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    Public Bicycle Sharing Systems have spread in many cities for the last decade. The need of analysis tools to predict the behavior or estimate balancing needs has fostered a wide set of approaches that consider many variables. ...
  • Mapping life expectancy loss in Barcelona in 2020 

    Puig Oriol, Xavier; Ginebra Molins, Josep (2023-05-04)
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    We use a Bayesian spatio-temporal model, first to smooth small-area initial life expectancy estimates inBarcelona for 2020, and second to predict what small-area life expectancy would have been in 2020 inabsence of covid-19 ...
  • Effectively integrating research argumentation in syllabus learning: A case study of reading journal articles in four fourth-year engineering fluid mechanics courses 

    Gámez Montero, Pedro Javier; Rodero de Lamo, Lourdes (SAGE publishing, 2023-08-10)
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    In an emerging trend in engineering education students are engaged in the scientific discovery process through reading about research published in articles rather than textbooks. A research-based and curriculum-oriented ...
  • Fitted avatars: automatic skeleton adjustment for self-avatars in virtual reality 

    Pontón Martínez, José Luis; Ceballos Inza, Víctor; Acosta Argueta, Lesly María; Ríos Jerez, Alejandro; Monclús Lahoya, Eva; Pelechano Gómez, Núria (2023-07-06)
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    In the era of the metaverse, self-avatars are gaining popularity, as they can enhance presence and provide embodiment when a user is immersed in Virtual Reality. They are also very important in collaborative Virtual Reality ...
  • Hybrid approaches for container traffic forecasting in the context of anomalous events: the case of the Yangtze River Delta region in the COVID-19 pandemic 

    Huang, Dong; Grifoll Colls, Manel; Sánchez Espigares, Josep Anton; Zheng, Pengjun; Feng, Hongxiang (2022-11)
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    The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on container transportation. Accurate forecasting of container throughput is critical for policymakers and port authorities, especially in the context of the anomalous events ...

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