Jorge Héctor

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Biased lineups have been shown to increase significantly false, but not correct, identification rates (Lindsay, Wallbridge, & Drennan, 1987; Lindsay & Wells, 1980; Malpass & Devine, 1981). Lindsay and Wells (1985) found that sequential lineup presentation reduced false identification rates, presumably by reducing reliance on relative judgment processes.(More)
— Granular computing and fuzzy sets concepts are proposed here as a novel method to process speckle images stacks in a fast and natural way. Speckle images are the result of scanning a phenomenon that occurs when a beam of coherent light illuminates a sample in which there is any type of activity, not visible, which produces a pattern variable in time. This(More)
We report emission from a bismuth doped chalcogenide glass which is flattened, has a full width at half maximum (FWHM) of 600 nm, peaks at 1300 nm and covers the entire telecommunications window. At cryogenic temperatures the FWHM reaches 850 nm. The quantum efficiency and lifetime were as high as 32% and 175 µs, respectively. We also report two new bismuth(More)
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