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  • Cloud flexibility using DIRAC interware 

    Fernández Albor, Víctor Manuel; Seco Miguélez, Marcos; Fernández Pena, Tomás; Méndez Muñoz, Víctor; Saborido Silva, Juan José; Graciani Díaz, Ricardo (IOP Science, 2014)
    Communities of different locations are running their computing jobs on dedicated infrastructures without the need to worry about software, hardware or even the site where their programs are going to be executed. Nevertheless, ...
  • Determination of hemodynamic risk for vascular disease in planar artery bifurcations 

    Otero Cacho, Alberto; Aymerich, María; Flores-Arias, María Teresa; Abal Posada, Miguel; Álvarez Castro, Ezequiel; Pérez Muñuzuri, Vicente; Muñuzuri, Alberto (Springer Nature, 2018-02-12)
    Understanding hemodynamics in blood circulation is crucial in order to unveil the mechanisms underlying the formation of stenosis and atherosclerosis. In fact, there are experimental evidences pointing out to the existence ...
  • Refractive index measurements in absorbing media with white light spectral interferometry 

    Arosa Lobato, Yago; López Lago, Elena; Fuente Carballo, Raúl de la (OSA Publishing, 2018)
    White light spectral interferometry is applied to measure the refractive index in absorbing liquids in the spectral range of 400–1000 nm. We analyze the influence of absorption on the visibility of interferometric fringes ...
  • Tagging moisture sources with Lagrangian and inertial tracers: application to intense atmospheric river events 

    Pérez Muñuzuri, Vicente; Eiras Barca, Jorge; Garaboa Paz, Daniel (Copernicus Publications, 2018-06-08)
    Two Lagrangian tracer tools are evaluated for studies on atmospheric moisture sources and pathways. In these methods, a moisture volume is assigned to each particle, which is then advected by the wind flow. Usual Lagrangian ...
  • Social media enhances languages differentiation: a mathematical description 

    Vidal-Franco, Ignacio; Guiu Souto, Jacobo; Muñuzuri, Alberto, P. (The Royal Society Publishing, 2017)
    Understanding and predicting the evolution of competing languages is a topic of high interest in a world with more than 6000 languages competing in a highly connected environment. We consider a reasonable mathematical model ...

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