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Finding the optimal solution to NP-hard problems requires at least exponential time. Thus, heuristic methods are usually applied to obtain acceptable solutions to this kind of problems. In this paper we propose a new type of heuristic algorithms to solve this kind of complex problems. Our algorithm is based on river formation dynamics and provides some… (More)
This paper presents a practical evaluation and comparison of three state-of-the-art parallel functional languages. The evaluation is based on implementations of three typical symbolic computation programs, with performance measured on a Beowulf-class parallel architecture. We assess three mature parallel functional languages: PMLS, a system for implicitly… (More)
We report a 35-year-old HIV-positive male affected by lepromatous leprosy which, to our knowledge, is the first case of its kind in Spain. The relationship between the two conditions is discussed.
A case of hypertrophic cranial pachymeningitis associated with Sweet's Syndrome is presented. Both entities have been described in association with several other chronic systemic inflammatory diseases and autoimmune conditions. To our knowledge the coexistence between Sweet's Syndrome and hypertrophic cranial pachymeningitis has not been reported up to… (More)
Eden is a parallel functional language which extends Haskell with new expressions to define and instantiate processes. These extensions allow the easy definition of parallel process topologies as higher order functions. Unfortunately, by only using process abstractions and instantiations it is not possible to implement non-hierarchical topologies, as… (More)
The parallel functional language Eden extends Haskell with expressions to define and instantiate process systems. These extensions allow also the easy definition of skeletons as higherorder functions. P arallel programming is possible in Eden at two levels: Recursive programming and higher-order programming. At the lower level, processes are explicitly… (More)