• A 1-D morphodynamic model for rill erosion 

      Papanicolaou, Athanasios N.; Mancilla Escobar, Gabriel; Sanford, John T.; Dermisis, Dimitrios C. (AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION, 2010-09-30)
      The key objective of this paper is to develop a 1‐D hydrodynamic and sediment transport model, namely, RILL1D, that handles transcritical flows over abrupt changes (e.g., formation of pool crests and width change) in a ...
    • A 10 gene classifier for indeterminate thyroid nodules: development and multicenter accuracy study 

      González, Hernán E.; Martínez, José R.; Vargas Salas, Sergio; Wohllk González, Nelson; Díaz, René E.; Véliz López, Jesús; Pineda Bravo, Pedro; Arroyo Albala, Patricia (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 2017)
      Background: In most of the world, diagnostic surgery remains the most frequent approach for indeterminate thyroid cytology. Although several molecular tests are available for testing in centralized commercial laboratories ...
    • A Bargaining Model of Friendly and Hostile Takeovers 

      Loyola Fuentes, Gino; Portilla, Yolanda (Wiley, 2016)
      A bargaining model is developed that characterizes the conditions under which a takeover will either be friendly, hostile, or unsuccessful when the target management can tilt the selling procedure toward a white knight. The ...
    • A bayesian based methodology for indirect object search 

      Loncomilla, Patricio; Ruíz del Solar San Martín, Javier; Saavedra A., Marcelo (Springer, 2018)
      The main goal of this paper is to propose a Bayesian based methodology for implementing robot informed search for objects. The methodology uses convolutions between observation likelihoods of secondary objects and spatial ...
    • A Bayesian semi-parametric approach to the ordinal calibration problem 

      Casanova, María Paz; Orellana Zapata, Yasna (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      We introduce a semi-parametric Bayesian approach based on skewed Dirichlet processes priors for location parameters in the ordinal calibration problem. This approach allows the modeling of asymmetrical error distributions. ...
    • A bibliometric analysis of operations research and management science 

      Merigó Lindahl, José; Yang, Jian Bo (Elsevier, 2017)
      Bibliometric analysis is the quantitative study of bibliographic material. It provides a general picture of a research field that can be classified by papers, authors and journals. This paper presents a bibliometric overview ...
    • A Bibliometric analysis of the first twenty-five years of the international journal of uncertainty, fuzziness and knowledge-based systems 

      Wang, Wanru; Laengle Scarlazetta, Sigifredo; Merigo, Jose M.; Yu, Dejian; Herrera Viedma, Enrique; Cobo, Manuel J.; Bouchon Meunier, Bernadette (World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, 2018)
      Since the International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems published its first issue in 1993, it has made important contributions to the research field of computer science. In this study, based ...
    • A bibliometric history of the journal of psychology between 1936 and 2015 

      Tur Porcar, Ana; Mas-Tur, Alicia; Merigo, Jose M.; Roig-Tierno, Norat; Wat, John (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2018)
      The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied is a leading international journal in psychology dating back to 1935. This study examines its publications since its creation utilizing a bibliometric analysis. The ...
    • A branch and price algorithm for a Stackelberg Security Game 

      Lagos, Felipe; Ordoñez Pizarro, Fernando; Labbe, Martine (Elsevier, 2017)
      Mixed integer optimization formulations are an attractive alternative to solve Stackelberg Game problems thanks to the efficiency of state of the art mixed integer algorithms. In particular, decomposition algorithms, such ...
    • A branch-and-cluster coordination scheme for selecting prison facility sites under uncertainty 

      Hernández, Patricio; Alonso-Ayuso, Antonio; Bravo, Fernanda; Escudero, Laureano F.; Guignard, Monique; Marianov Kluge, Vladimir; Weintraub Pohorille, Andrés (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER, 2012-09)
      A multi-period stochastic model and an algorithmic approach to location of prison facilities under uncertainty are presented and applied to the Chilean prison system. The problem consists of finding locations and sizes of ...
    • A brief cognitive-behavioral intervention for stress, anxiety and depressive symptoms in dental students 

      González Medina, Gabriel; Quezada Scholz, Vanetza (SPR-Italy Area Group, 2016)
      The objective of the study was to implement a brief cognitive-behavioral psychological intervention focused on helping dental students to cope with symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression and to describe the main reasons ...
    • A case of localized, unilateral hyperkeratosis lenticularis perstans on a woman's breast 

      Urbina, Francisco; Sudy, Emilio; Misad Saba, Carlos (Wiley & Sons, 2016-04)
    • A case study of written feedback types and perceptions in a spanish L1 university context 

      Aranda Hernández, Carolina; Astudillo Olea, Francisca; Benavides Bravo, Marcela; Díaz Godoy, Lorena; Inostroza Orellana, Josefa; Novion Bravo, Nicole; Núñez Quiroz, Valentín; Romero Frabasile, Javiera; Toro Turén, Daniela (Universidad de Chile, 2013)
      This study explores feedback practices in an EFL university programme in Chile. In particular, it seeks to determine what kinds of feedback students receive and their quality. Furthermore, the study also aims at examining ...
    • A cell centered polynomial basis for efficient Galerkin predictors in the context of ADER finite volume schemes. The one dimensional case 

      Montecinos, Gino I.; Balsara, Dinshaw S. (Elsevier, 2017)
      In this paper, a family of high-order space-time polynomials in the context of continuous and discontinuous Galerkin methods is proposed. The resulting Galerkin schemes are used as a building block in ADER methods for ...
    • A centimetre-wave excess over free–free emission in planetary nebulae 

      Nyman, L. -A.; Dickinson, C.; Casassus Montero, Simón; Pearson, T. J. (WILEY-BLACKWELL, 2007-12-21)
      We report a centimetre-wave (cm-wave, 5-31 GHz) excess over free-free emission in planetary nebulae (PNe). Accurate 31- and 250-GHz measurements show that the 31-GHz flux densities in our sample are systematically higher ...
    • A characteristic martingale related to the counting process of records 

      Gouet Bañares, Raúl; López, F. Javier; Sanz, Gerardo (2007)
      Let (Xn) be a sequence of nonnegative, integrable, independent and identically distributed random variables, with common distribution function F. We consider the problem of finding all distribution functions F such that ...
    • A cholinergic gating mechanism controlled by competitive interactions in the optic tectum of the pigeon 

      Salas, Carlos; Sentis, Elisa; Rojas, Ximena; Mpodozis Marín, Jorge; Letelier Parga, Juan; Marín Game, Gonzalo (2007)
      We describe the operation of a midbrain neural circuit in pigeons that may participate in selecting and attending to one visual stimulus from the myriad displayed in their visual environment. This mechanism is based on a ...
    • A cholinergic gating mechanism controlled by competitive interactions in the optic tectum of the pigeon 

      Salas, Carlos; Mpodozis Marín, Jorge; Sentis, Elisa; Rojas, Ximena; Letelier Parga, Juan; Marín Game, Gonzalo (2007)
      We describe the operation of a midbrain neural circuit in pigeons that may participate in selecting and attending to one visual stimulus from the myriad displayed in their visual environment. This mechanism is based on a ...
    • A cien años de la Psicopatología General de Jaspers. Su concepto del límite y sus relaciones con el posmodernismo 

      Villarino Herreria, Hernán (Sociedad Chilena para el Desarrollo de la Psiquiatría, 2013)
      En 2013 se cumplen cien años de la primera edición de la Psicopatología General. Dicen los filósofos que Jaspers era psiquiatra y los psiquiatras, filósofos, de modo que todos despachan rápidamente el asunto y lo dan por ...
    • A Circadian Clock Entrained by Melatonin Is Ticking in the Rat Fetal Adrenal 

      Torres Farfán, Claudia; Méndez, N.; Seron Ferre, María Josefa; Abarzúa Catalán, Lorena; Vilches, N.; Valenzuela, G. J. (ENDOCRINE SOC, 2011-05)
      The adrenal gland in the adult is a peripheral circadian clock involved in the coordination of energy intake and expenditure, required for adaptation to the external environment. During fetal life, a peripheral circadian ...