Francisco J. Díaz

Juan F. Contreras-Cordero1
Jorge A. Chiu-García1
1Juan F. Contreras-Cordero
1Jorge A. Chiu-García
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Feature models and their extensions have been proposed and used over the past 20 years for modeling the commonality and variability of software systems. However, the increasing runtime demands and post-deployment configuration procedures of self-adaptive, context-aware and pervasive systems has brought the need for modeling context features. In addition,(More)
  • María Dorta-Santos, Marisa Tejedor, Concepción Jiménez, Jose M Hernández-Moreno, M Pino Palacios-Díaz, Francisco J Díaz +4 others
  • 2014
In a global context in which obtaining new energy sources is of paramount importance, the production of biodiesel from plant crops is a potentially viable alternative to the use of fossil fuels. Among the species used to produce the raw material for biodiesel, Jatropha curcas L. (JCL) has enjoyed increased popularity in recent years, due partly to its(More)
OBJECTIVE To estimate the seroprevalence of rubella and associated factors. METHODS Population-based seroprevalence study in a random sample of 2,124 individuals, aged six to 64 years, representative by age, sex and area in Medellín, Colombia, 2009. Biological and socioeconomic variables were analyzed for their association with serum protection against(More)
West Nile virus RNA was detected in brain tissue from a horse that died in June 2003 in Nuevo Leon State, Mexico. Nucleotide sequencing and phylogenetic analysis of the premembrane and envelope genes showed that the virus was most closely related to West Nile virus isolates collected in Texas in 2002.
Computation of the meteorological parameters in airport environment is a more difficult task than it may appear-at first. This work contributes with a practical description to describe this question when embedded systems are available. It is based on the author's experience as system designers and in international rules from the International Civil Aviation(More)
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