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The genetic impact associated to the Neolithic spread in Europe has been widely debated over the last 20 years. Within this context, ancient DNA studies have provided a more reliable picture by directly analyzing the protagonist populations at different regions in Europe. However, the lack of available data from the original Near Eastern farmers has limited… (More)
BACKGROUND Pathologic lymph node staging is becoming a deficient method in the demanding molecular era. Nevertheless, the use of more sensitive molecular analysis for nodal staging is hampered by its high costs and extensive time requirements. Our aim is to take a step forward in colon cancer (CC) lymph node (LN) pathology diagnosis by proposing a feasible… (More)
In this paper, we introduce OVERTURE—a web application allowing to explore the interlinked catalogs of major music libraries including the French National Library, Radio France and the Philhar-monie de Paris. We have first developed the DOREMUS ontology which is an extension of the well-known FRBRoo model for describing works and expressions as well as the… (More)
Transmission electron microscopy is a proven technique in the field of cell biology and a very useful tool in biomedical research. Innovation and improvements in equipment together with the introduction of new technology have allowed us to improve our knowledge of biological tissues, to visualize structures better and both to identify and to locate… (More)
This This paper looks at the role of brands in the expansion of sherry exports into the UK during the 20th century. From 1920, the leading Spanish sherry firms (Domecq and González Byass) popularized their own brands through wide advertising campaigns and increased their commitment with the import market establishing distribution alliances and subsidiaries.… (More)
Topology preservation during training of Self-Organizing maps is a key factor to obtain a good quality visualization in process monitoring. In this paper, different existing indexes for topology preservation measurement are exposed and also a proposed new index is formulated.
Neural network models must be validated to be used as estimators. In this paper a detailed description for Self-Organizing Map (SOM) validation is proposed to determine the map size and the optimum training data set. This idea was applied in a wastewater biological treatment.