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With the advent of Web 2.0, we see a new and differentiated scenario: there is more data than that can be effectively analyzed. Organizing this data has become one of the biggest problems in Computer Science. Many algorithms have been proposed for this purpose, highlighting those related to the Data Mining area, specifically the clustering algorithms.(More)
The authors report on 13 eyes in 13 patients, 60 years of age or older, with idiopathic central serous chorioretinopathy, a condition that typically presents in adults between the ages of 30 and 50 years. In older patients, this condition can easily be mistaken for macular degeneration with subretinal neovascularization. None of the patients in this series(More)
Octree structures are widely used in graphic applications to accelerate the computation of geometric proximity relations. This data strucutre is fundamental for game engine architectures for a correct scene management and culling process. With the increasing power of graphics hardware, processing tasks are progressively ported of to those architectures.(More)
Laser photocoagulation in a grid pattern is effective in many eyes in resolving diffuse diabetic macular edema and stabilizing vision. We retrospectively studied 203 eyes of 203 patients, all of whom had diabetic macular edema treated with grid laser photocoagulation. During the follow-up period, 11 of these 203 eyes developed enlargement of the laser scars(More)
We reviewed 88 consecutive eyes that underwent vitrectomy for retinal detachment with proliferative vitreoretinopathy (PVR) and were followed a minimum of six months. A primary goal of the surgery was the meticulous trimming of the vitreous base in hopes of decreasing the incidence of post-operative reproliferation and anterior PVR. Those eyes with anterior(More)
The scattering of acoustic waves in non-homogeneous media has been of practical interest for the petroleum industry, mainly in the determination of new oil deposits. A family of computational models that represent this phenomenon is based on finite difference methods. The simulation of these phenomena demands a high computational cost. In this work we(More)
The emergence of different applications that deal with growing amounts of data at reasonable times, has stimulated the development of new computing architectures consisting of different processing units (PU). Runtime environments have been proposed in order to exploit these resource as much as possible by offering a variety of methods for dynamically(More)