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      A comprehensive review of the impact of transmission technologies on the electrical grid 

      Hernández Callejo, Luis; Arrinda Sanzberro, Amaia; De la Vega Moreno, David; Fernández Pérez, Igor; Angulo Pita, Itziar (Imprenta Universidad de Antioquia, 2019-05-17)
      The electrical infrastructure needs the integration of communication technologies, and in recent decades the progress has been significant. Therefore, this work presents the latest advances in this subject, as well as new ...
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      A Framework for Vulnerability Detection in European Train Control Railway Communications 

      Arsuaga Oria, Irene; Toledo Gandarias, Nerea; López, Igor; Aguado Castrillo, Marina (Wiley Hindawi, 2018)
      Railway systems have evolved considerably in the last years with the adoption of new communication technologies. Aiming to achieve a single European railway network, the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) ...
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      A Machine Learning Model for the Prognosis of Pulseless Electrical Activity during Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest 

      Urteaga Urizarbarrena, Jon; Aramendi Ecenarro, Elisabete; Elola Artano, Andoni; Irusta Zarandona, Unai; Idris, Ahamed (MDPI, 2021-06-30)
      Pulseless electrical activity (PEA) is characterized by the disassociation of the mechanical and electrical activity of the heart and appears as the initial rhythm in 20–30% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) cases. ...
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      A Multi-Site NFV Testbed for Experimentation With SUAV-Based 5G Vertical Services 

      Vidal, Iván; Nogales, Borja; Valera, Francisco; González, Luis F.; Sánchez Aguero, Víctor; Jacob Taquet, Eduardo Juan; Cervelló-Pastor, Cristina (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2020-06-26)
      [EN] With the advent of 5G technologies, vertical markets have been placed at the forefront, as fundamental drivers and adopters of technical developments and new business models. Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (SUAVs) ...
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      A New Method for Feedback on the Quality of Chest Compressions during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 

      González-Otero, Digna María; Ruiz Ojeda, Jesús María; Ruiz de Gauna Gutiérrez, Sofía; Irusta Zarandona, Unai; Ayala Fernández, Unai; Alonso González, Erik (Hindawi Publishing, 2014)
      Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) improves through the use of CPR feedback devices. Most feedback devices integrate the acceleration twice to estimate compression depth. However, they use additional sensors ...
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      A Novel Scheduling Index Rule Proposal for QoE Maximization in Wireless Networks 

      Taboada Puente, Ianire; Liberal Malaina, Fidel (Hindawi Publishing, 2014)
      This paper deals with the resource allocation problem aimed at maximizing users' perception of quality in wireless channels with time-varying capacity. First of all, we model the subjective quality-aware scheduling problem ...
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      A prescription of methodological guidelines for comparing bio-inspired optimization algorithms 

      Latorre De la Fuente, Antonio; Molina Cabrera, Daniel; Osaba Icedo, Eneko; Poyatos Amador, Javier; Del Ser Lorente, Javier; Herrera Triguero, Francisco (Elsevier, 2021-12)
      [EN]Bio-inspired optimization (including Evolutionary Computation and Swarm Intelligence) is a growing research topic with many competitive bio-inspired algorithms being proposed every year. In such an active area, preparing ...
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      A Proteomic Approach for Systematic Mapping of Substrates of Human Deubiquitinating Enzymes 

      Ramírez Sánchez, Juan Manuel; Prieto Agujeta, Gorka; Olazabal Herrero, Ane; Borràs, Eva; Fernandez-Vigo, Elvira; Alduntzin Egizurain, Unai; Osinalde Moraleja, Nerea; Beaskoetxea Lejarzegi, Javier; Lectez, Benoit; Aloria Escolastico, Kerman; Rodríguez Pérez, José Antonio; Paradela, Alberto; Sabidó, Eduard; Muñoz, Javier; Corrales, Fernando; Arizmendi Bastarrika, Jesús María; Mayor Martínez, Ugo (MDPI, 2021-05-03)
      The human genome contains nearly 100 deubiquitinating enzymes (DUBs) responsible for removing ubiquitin moieties from a large variety of substrates. Which DUBs are responsible for targeting which substrates remain mostly ...
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      A Reliable Method for Rhythm Analysis during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 

      Ayala Fernández, Unai; Irusta Zarandona, Unai; Ruiz Ojeda, Jesús María; Eftestol, T.; Kramer-Johansen, J.; Alonso-Atienza, F.; Alonso Ruiz de Erenchun, Estibaliz; González Otero, Digna María (Hindawi Publishing, 2014)
      nterruptions in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) compromise defibrillation success. However, CPR must be interrupted to analyze the rhythm because although current methods for rhythm analysis during CPR have high ...
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      A Robust Optimization Based Energy-Aware Virtual Network Function Placement Proposal for Small Cell 5G Networks with Mobile Edge Computing Capabilities 

      Blanco Jauregui, Begoña; Taboada Puente, Ianire; Fajardo Portillo, José Oscar; Liberal Malaina, Fidel (Hindawi, 2017)
      In the context of cloud-enabled 5G radio access networks with network function virtualization capabilities, we focus on the virtual network function placement problem for a multitenant cluster of small cells that provide ...
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      A Spanish multispeaker database of esophageal speech 

      Serrano García, Luis; Raman, Sneha; Hernaez Rioja, Inmaculada Concepción; Navas Cordón, Eva; Sánchez de la Fuente, Jon; Saratxaga Couceiro, Ibon (Elsevier, 2020-11-05)
      A laryngectomee is a person whose larynx has been removed by surgery, usually due to laryngeal cancer. After surgery, most laryngectomees are able to speak again, using techniques that are learned with the help of a speech ...
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      A Survey on the Contributions of Software-Defined Networking to Traffic Engineering 

      Mendiola, Alaitz; Astorga Burgo, Jasone; Jacob Taquet, Eduardo Juan; Higuero Aperribay, María Victoria (IEEE, 2017-05-31)
      Since the appearance of OpenFlow back in 2008, software-defined networking (SDN) has gained momentum. Although there are some discrepancies between the standards developing organizations working with SDN about what SDN is ...
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      A Temperature Sensor Based on a Polymer Optical Fiber Macro-Bend 

      Tapetado Moraleda, Alberto; Vázquez García, Carmen; Zubia Zaballa, Joseba Andoni; Arrue Aramburu, Juan Antonio (MDPI, 2013-10)
      The design and development of a plastic optical fiber (POF) macrobend temperature sensor is presented. The sensor has a linear response versus temperature at a fixed bend radius, with a sensitivity of 1.92.10(-3) (degrees ...
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      A uniform phase representation for the harmonic model in speech synthesis applications 

      Degottex, Gilles; Erro Eslava, Daniel (Springer International Publishing, 2014-10-16)
      Feature-based vocoders, e.g., STRAIGHT, offer a way to manipulate the perceived characteristics of the speech signal in speech transformation and synthesis. For the harmonic model, which provide excellent perceived quality, ...
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      Accurate Strain Sensing Based On Super-Mode Interference In Strongly Coupled Multi-Core Optical Fibres 

      Villatoro Bernardo, Agustín Joel; Arrizabalaga Uriarte, Oskar; Durana Apaolaza, Gaizka; Antonio López, José Enrique; Zubia Zaballa, Joseba Andoni; Schülzgen, Axel; Amezcua Correa, Rodrigo (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-06-30)
      We report on the use of a multi-core fibre (MCF) comprising strongly-coupled cores for accurate strain sensing. Our MCF is designed to mode match a standard single mode optical fibre. This allows us to fabricate simple MCF ...
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      Achieving Low Latency Communications in Smart Industrial Networks with Programmable Data Planes 

      Atutxa Imatz, Asier; Franco Veiga, David; Sasiain García, Jorge; Astorga Burgo, Jasone; Jacob Taquet, Eduardo Juan (MDPI, 2021-07-31)
      Industrial networks are introducing Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in their manufacturing processes in order to enhance existing methods and obtain smarter, greener and more effective processes. Global predictions ...
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      Advanced Manufacturing Centres, Practical Model to Boost Technology Transfer in Manufacturing 

      Sastoque Pinilla, Edwar Leonardo; Llorente Rodríguez, Raúl; Toledo Gandarias, Nerea; López de Lacalle Marcaide, Luis Norberto; Farokhad, Mahboobeh Ramezani (MDPI, 2019-09)
      Establishing collaboration strategies with interdisciplinary networks in research is a crucial success factor for the companies in any sector, especially in manufacturing for aeronautics. In the aeronautical supply chain, ...
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      An architecture for dynamic QoS management at Layer 2 for DOCSIS access networks using OpenFlow 

      Huarte Arrayago, Maider; Mendiola, Alaitz; Fuentes, Victor; Matías Fraile, Jon; Astorga Burgo, Jasone; Toledo Gandarias, Nerea; Jacob Taquet, Eduardo Juan (Elsevier, 2016-01-15)
      Over the last few years, Software-Defined Networking (SDN) has emerged as one of the most disruptive and profitable novelties in networking. SDN was originally conceived to improve performance and reduce costs in Ethernet-based ...
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      An Architecture for On-Line Measurement of the Tip Clearance and Time of Arrival of a Bladed Disk of an Aircraft Engine 

      Gil-García Leiva, José Miguel; Solís Martínez, Alejandro; Aranguren Aramendia, Gerardo; Zubia Zaballa, Joseba Andoni (MDPI, 2017-10)
      Safety and performance of the turbo-engine in an aircraft is directly affected by the health of its blades. In recent years, several improvements to the sensors have taken place to monitor the blades in a non-intrusive ...
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      An on-line VAD based on Multi-Normalisation Scoring (MNS) of observation likelihoods 

      Odriozola Sustaeta, Igor; Hernaez Rioja, Inmaculada Concepción; Navas Cordón, Eva (Elsevier Ltd., 2018-05-31)
      Voice activity detection (VAD) is an essential task in expert systems that rely on oral interfaces. The VAD module detects the presence of human speech and separates speech segments from silences and non-speech noises. The ...