Laura Viana

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Tim Berners-Lee developed, in 1989, the basic tools required by the Web as we currently know it: the Hypertext Markup Language – HTML; the Hypertext Transfer Protocol – HTTP; and a system for locating objects on the Web, the Universal Resource Locator – URL. Twelve years later1, with a fully functional Web, Berners-Lee published an original article, with(More)
The WebInVivo project aims at providing automated support for clinical research on neglected diseases. It includes mechanisms for (a) sharing and reusing clinical trial assets, such as protocols, protocol data, workflows and workflow metadata and (b) controlling the protocol life cycle, from modelling to execution. In this project, collaboration in the(More)
Several non-linear systems show complex behaviors. For example, some of those plants present a high degree of oscillations throughout the time. Adaptive algorithms used to approximate such difficult neural behaviors can show important definciencies. The differential network is not an exception. Indeed, when just one neural network is applied to get an(More)
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