Antonio J. T. Garcia

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We investigate the use of the naive Bayes classifier as an imputation tool for classification problems, elaborating on why the usually employed majority method may insert biases in a classification context. Considering Rubin's typology for the distribution of missingness, we have performed experiments that illustrate how an imputation process may influence(More)
We report the case of a patient with a history of a complicated revisional bariatric operation who developed a lung pseudosequestration secondary to a gastro-pulmonary fistula. As the patient presented with recurrent hemoptysis, she was initially submitted to embolization of the aberrant vessels and later to a definite operation, which consisted on a(More)
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