1. Comparison of methods for analyzing left-censored occupational exposure data.

    Annals of Occupational Hygiene 58(9):1126 (2014) PMID 25261453 PMCID PMC4271092

    The National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is conducting an epidemiologic study (GuLF STUDY) to investigate the health of the workers and volunteers who participated from April to December of 2010 in the response and cleanup of the oil release after the Deepwater Horizon ex...
  2. Comparison of methods for analyzing left-censored occupational exposure data.

    Annals of Occupational Hygiene 58(9):1126 (2014) PMID 25261453

    The National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is conducting an epidemiologic study (GuLF STUDY) to investigate the health of the workers and volunteers who participated from April to December of 2010 in the response and cleanup of the oil release after the Deepwater Horizon ex...
  3. Comparison of methods for analyzing left-censored occupational exposure data.

    Annals of Occupational Hygiene 58(9):1126 (2014) PMID 25261453 PMCID PMC4271092

    The National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is conducting an epidemiologic study (GuLF STUDY) to investigate the health of the workers and volunteers who participated from April to December of 2010 in the response and cleanup of the oil release after the Deepwater Horizon ex...
  4. Using a multi-agent system approach for microaneurysm detection in fundus images

    Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 60(3):179 (2014)

    Objective Microaneurysms represent the first sign of diabetic retinopathy, and their detection is fundamental for the prevention of vision impairment. Despite several research attempts to develop an automated system to detect microaneurysms in fundus images, none has shown th...
  5. Using a multi-agent system approach for microaneurysm detection in fundus images.

    Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 60(3):179 (2014) PMID 24423809

    Microaneurysms represent the first sign of diabetic retinopathy, and their detection is fundamental for the prevention of vision impairment. Despite several research attempts to develop an automated system to detect microaneurysms in fundus images, none has shown the level of performance require...
  6. Using a multi-agent system approach for microaneurysm detection in fundus images.

    Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 60(3):179 (2014) PMID 24423809

    Microaneurysms represent the first sign of diabetic retinopathy, and their detection is fundamental for the prevention of vision impairment. Despite several research attempts to develop an automated system to detect microaneurysms in fundus images, none has shown the level of performance require...
  7. Using a multi-agent system approach for microaneurysm detection in fundus images.

    Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 60(3):179 (2014) PMID 24423809

    Microaneurysms represent the first sign of diabetic retinopathy, and their detection is fundamental for the prevention of vision impairment. Despite several research attempts to develop an automated system to detect microaneurysms in fundus images, none has shown the level of performance require...
  8. Using a multi-agent system approach for microaneurysm detection in fundus images.

    Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 60(3):179 (2014) PMID 24423809

    Microaneurysms represent the first sign of diabetic retinopathy, and their detection is fundamental for the prevention of vision impairment. Despite several research attempts to develop an automated system to detect microaneurysms in fundus images, none has shown the level of performance require...
  9. Using a multi-agent system approach for microaneurysm detection in fundus images

    Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (2010)

    Objective Microaneurysms represent the first sign of diabetic retinopathy, and their detection is fundamental for the prevention of vision impairment. Despite several research attempts to develop an automated system to detect microaneurysms in fundus images, none has shown th...
  10. Mechatronics education at the University of Minho: a summary of the present; perspectives for the future

    Mechatronics 12(2):295 (2002)

    The paper describes the topics on Mechatronics related subjects currently taught at the School of Engineering of Minho University and refers to the respective courses. The aims and syllabuses of undergraduate and postgraduate subjects, laboratory facilities and project topics are presented ...
  11. A networked platform for agricultural management systems

    Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 31(1):75 (2001)

    Greenhouse control computers are an essential part of modern greenhouse operation. Climate, irrigation and nutrient supply must be controlled, in an economical way, to produce the best crop conditions. Current research on CO 2 enrichment and optimal growth strategies implies the use o...