Eduardo Vicente-López

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As the amount of information increases every day and the users normally formulate short and ambiguous queries, personalized search techniques are becoming almost a must. Using the information about the user stored in a user profile, these techniques retrieve results that are closer to the user preferences. On the other hand, the information is being stored(More)
Due to the information overload we are faced with nowadays, personalization services are becoming almost essential, in order to find relevant information tailored to each individual or group of people with common interests. Therefore, it is very important to be able to build efficient and robust personalization techniques to be part of these services. The(More)
OBJECTIVES Our aims were to establish whether there is a relationship between donor age and patient and graft survival among liver transplant recipients and to determine the age at which this relationship emerges. PATIENTS AND METHODS We reviewed 254 consecutive liver transplants performed at the Hospital Ramón y Cajal, Madrid in 206 patients over a(More)
As the amount of information increases every day and queries are most of the times short and ambiguous, search personalization techniques are becoming almost a must. These techniques retrieve relevant results closer to the user, covering in a better and easier way his/her information needs. This work is focused on improving the personalized retrieval(More)
Owing to the information overload we are faced with nowadays, personalization approaches are becoming almost a must, in order to provide relevant information for users. These personalization techniques retrieve results closer to the user interests and preferences, by using the information stored in the user profile. We have carried out a comparative study(More)
OBJECTIVE (1) To determine the incidences of primary failure and primary dysfunction of liver transplants performed at our center. (2) To evaluate the effects of mean cold and warm ischemia times as well as the length of five stages of surgery on the development of primary dysfunction. PATIENTS AND METHODS We reviewed 248 liver transplants consecutively(More)
AIMS To determine rates of vascular and biliary duct complications, acute rejection, and graft and patient survival according to function status following liver transplantation. METHODS We classified 248 consecutive liver transplants performed at the Hospital Ramón y Cajal, Madrid, over a 79-month period according to initial function as primary function(More)
OBJECTIVES To establish the utility of eight anatomic/pathologic suboptimal and 9 others graft features, versus in 20 donor versus 14 recipient characteristics to predict primary transplant dysfunction. PATIENTS AND METHODS We reviewed 248 consecutive liver transplants performed at the Hospital Ramón y Cajal, Madrid, in 206 patients over a 79-month(More)
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