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Machine learning and social network analysis applied to Alzheimer's disease biomarkers.
- Javier Di Deco, Ana M. González, J. Hernandez-Tamames
- Computer ScienceCurrent topics in medicinal chemistry
- 28 February 2013
A review of machine learning and SNA techniques and then, a new approach to analyze the magnetic resonance imaging biomarkers with these techniques, obtaining relevant relationships that can explain the different phenotypes in dementia, in particular, different stages of Alzheimer's disease.
Efficiency in the transmission of information through digital imaging and communications in medicine using security mechanisms: tests with DISCUS.
- Juan L Pérez, Francisco Servia, A. Pazos
- Computer ScienceTelemedicine journal and e-health : the official…
- 24 June 2010
The results obtained demonstrate that the impact of secure data-sending methods on the productivity of the system is higher in networks whose capacities are higher and it is not affected by sending data during different periods in the day.
E- Evaluation System of Occupational Therapy internships in the context of Health Sciences Degrees
The present work relates the process of automatizing the evaluation system of student practices in various socio-assistential centers in the context of a Degree in Occupational Therapy.
A tool for the fusion of magnetic resonance anatomic and spectroscopy
This work presents a tool that allows the fusion of MRS data and anatomic images of magnetic resonance to be converted to the DICOM format, which makes them transportable to other systems where they can be analysed.
Six years of fMRI and MRS phantom data in a 3T clinical scanner: Quality Assurance and Stability
Six years of fMRI and MRS phantom data in a 3T clinical scanner: Quality Assurance and Stability.
5726 CHOROID PLEXUS : FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS IN RISK OF DEVELOPING ALZHEIMER ’ S DISEASE
Hospital Ruber Internacional, Madrid, Spain, NeurologyNeurophysiology, Hospital 12 de Octubre, Madrid; Center for Alzheimer's Disease Queen Sofia Foundation CIEN Foundation, Madrid.