R. Morales

I. Chirivella2
A. Teulé2
R. Serrano2
2I. Chirivella
2A. Teulé
2R. Serrano
1E. Lastra
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In this paper, a new approach to working with missing attribute values in inductive learning algorithms is introduced. Three fundamental issues are studied: the splitting criterion, the allocation of values to missing attribute values, and the prediction of new observations. The formal definition for the splitting criterion is given. This definition takes(More)
The paper proposes a novel method for an accurate and unobtrusive reconstruction of the upper-limb kinematics of stroke patients during robot-aided rehabilitation tasks with end-effector machines. The method is based on a robust analytic procedure for inverse kinematics that simply uses, in addition to hand pose data provided by the robot, upper arm(More)
Genetic mutations have been identified as the cause of inherited cancer risk in some colon cancer; these mutations are estimated to account for only 5-6 % of colorectal cancer (CRC) cases overall. Up to 25-30 % of patients have a family history of CRC that suggests a hereditary component, common exposures among family members, or a combination of both.(More)
Approximately, 7 % of all breast cancers (BC) and 11-15 % of ovarian cancers (OC) are associated with inherited predisposition, mainly related to germline mutations in high penetrance BRCA1/2 genes. Clinical criteria for genetic testing are based on personal and family history to estimate a minimum 10 % detection rate. Selection criteria are evolving(More)
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