Francisco J. Cantú Ortiz

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We describe a knowledge and information network approach for managing research assets in a knowledge-oriented organization using a multiagent system. The purpose of the approach is to provide decision makers a knowledge management framework to assist them in generating benefits from the knowledge assets developed by the research groups in a knowledge(More)
This study was undertaken to test the hypothesis that the diabetes susceptibility gene on chromosome 20q12 responsible for maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY) in a large kindred, the RW family, results in characteristic alterations in the dose-response relationships between plasma glucose concentration and insulin secretion rate (ISR) that(More)
Maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY) is a form of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) associated with autosomal-dominant inheritance. In the RW pedigree, MODY is associated with polymorphic DNA markers on chromosome 20q. To determine the early abnormalities of insulin action and insulin secretion in MODY, we studied nondiabetic members of(More)
We present a new approach to automating the veriication of hardware designs based on planning techniques. A database of methods is developed that combines tactics, which construct proofs, using speciications of their behaviour. Given a veriication problem, a planner uses the method database to build automatically a specialised tactic to solve the given(More)
Purpose The purpose of this article is to introduce a model for the knowledgebased development (KBD) of a region using a research chair strategy at Tecnológico de Monterrey, to describe its impact and to propose its use in organizations that generate scientific and technological knowledge, especially research groups, in a university environment.(More)
For improving research productivity, quality and dissemination, we propose the development of a visual recommendation tool summing up scientific collaboration best-practices found in literature. Social Network Analysis are applied to a coauthorship network for generating a Potential Collaboration Index (PCI) based on productivity, connectivity, similarity(More)