René Santaolaya Salgado

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"Social autopsy" refers to an interview process aimed at identifying social, behavioral, and health systems contributors to maternal and child deaths. It is often combined with a verbal autopsy interview to establish the biological cause of death. Two complementary purposes of social autopsy include providing population-level data to health care programmers(More)
— Web Services (WS) have become one the most used technologies nowadays in software systems. Among the challenges when integrating WS in a given system, requirements-driven selection occupies a prominent place. A comprehensive selection process needs to check compliance of Non-Functional Requirements (NFR), which can be assessed by analysing WS Quality of(More)
Rapid Assessment of Referral Care Systems: A Guide for Program Managers is a tool to help national-and district-level managers quickly assess the status of and constraints to referral of severely ill children from first-level care to secondary and tertiary levels of care. The assessment uses a cross-sectional study design that includes a review of medical(More)
Development of digital resources is difficult due to their particular complexity relying on pedagogical aspects. Another aspect is the lack of well-defined development processes, experiences documented, and standard methodologies to guide and organize game development. This research proposes a Game Development Process founded in the traditional Software(More)
In the health sciences area, data mining applications have had a fast growth due to its results concerning the generation of patterns of interest; however, its application to spatial population-based databases has been scant. This paper shows the results obtained by applying a spatial data mining system of our making to a real population-based data(More)