Mario Dehesa González

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The evolution of the accommodative function and development of ocular movement are evaluated in a non-clinical paediatric population (1056 subjects) aged 6-12 years, providing means for each age in the optometric tests that evaluate the accommodative amplitude, accommodative facility, accommodative response (lag), and saccadic movements. A comparison of(More)
A wide range of visual parameters used to evaluate binocular function were evaluated in a paediatric population (1056 subjects aged 6-12 years). Mean values are provided for these ages in optometric tests that directly assess the vergence system, horizontal phorias for near and far vision (measured by a modified version of the Thorington method), negative(More)
T wave "memory" is a peculiar variety of cardiac remodeling caused by a transient change in the course of ventricular depolarization (due to ventricular pacing, rate-dependent intraventricular block, ventricular preexcitation or tachyarrhythmias with wide QRS complexes). It is usually manifested by inverted T waves that appears when normal ventricular(More)
The resolution in images is a perceptible detail measure. If the resolution increases, perception of fine details, edges, clearness of the objects and image quality increases too. Video surveillance cameras usually have a standard resolution for video surveillance applications, commonly in VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixels). This video image in most of the(More)
A commonly problem of digital image processing systems that use video cameras for control navigation, as those used in cars or planes control, is that these systems depend on image contrast and the environmental pollution as fog, smog or rain. These environment characteristics, filters wavelengths of the light, which causes that the captured images, were(More)
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