Renato Sabbatini

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Artificial neural networks can represent and handle information by means of interconnected processing elements, in a manner similar to that of biologic neurons. Artificial neural networks are useful in processing time-patterned biologic signals, such as electrocardiograms and electroencephalograms, particularly in tasks involving pattern classification and(More)
This session is intended to provide audience with up-to-date information about the worldwide open access movement and its implications for the library and scholarly communities. Speakers will showcase some technological under-layers and common protocols that are facilitating the current movement, and present some ongoing initiatives that are exploring(More)
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