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Alzheimer’s Disease Early Detection Using a Low Cost Three-Dimensional Densenet-121 Architecture
The objective of this work is to detect Alzheimer’s disease using Magnetic Resonance Imaging. For this, we use a three-dimensional densenet-121 architecture. With the use of only freely available tools, we obtain good ...
Evaluation of potential Spanish text markers on social posts asfeatures for polarity classification
This work describes the identification and evaluation process of potential text markers for sen-timent analysis. Evaluation of the markers and its use as part of the feature extraction processfrom plain text that is needed ...
Evaluation of potential features present in short texts in spanish in order to classify them by polarity
Evaluación de características potenciales presentes en textos cortos en español para clasificarlos por polaridad
This work describes the identification and evaluation process of potential text markers for sentiment analysis. The evaluation of the markers and their use as part of the feature extraction process from ...
Typifying mechanisms for gender digital equity in Latin America
Gender digital equity in Latin America and the Caribbean is our goal. We analyze gender specific structural inequalities that constitute barriers for women’s access to ICT: such as education, traditional cultural beliefs ...
Towards smart notifications - An adaptive approach using smart devices
The use of smart devices is increasing rapidly; this trend is changing the paradigm in which notifications are delivered to users. Smart devices are important to provide user awareness. However, their use must be controlled ...
Human aspects of ubiquitous computing: a study addressing willingness to use it and privacy issues
Identifying the human aspects related to ubiquitous systems focused on people’s willingness to use them and privacy concerns was our goal. We selected two ubiquitous systems: a wearable system (Google Glass) and an embedded ...
Understanding notional machines through traditional teaching with conceptual contraposition and program memory tracing
A correct understanding about how computers run code is mandatory in order to effectively learn to program. Lectures have historically been used in programming courses to teach how computers execute code, and students are ...
Mobile internet tariff models: technical or political decisions? A Costa Rican case study
We focus on the discussion about the proposal of shifting to a post paid mobile Internet tariff model based on usage, and its impact on universal use and service access for the poor sectors of the country. This proposal ...
Sign language recognition model combining non-manual markers and handshapes
People with disabilities have fewer opportunities. Technological developments should be used to help these people to have more opportunities. In this paper we present partial results of a research project which aims to ...