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Gait Characteristics and Sensory Abilities of Older Adults are Modulated by Gender
Despite the general perception that women and men walk differently, little is known about the reasons for these differences, especially in older adults. Previous work on gender differences in older adults has focused on ...
Self-reported versus performance-based measures of physical function: prognostic value for survival
Background: Although previous studies have indicated that performance assessments strongly predict future survival, few have evaluated the incremental value in the presence of controls for self-reported activity and mobility ...
Predicting mortality with biomarkers: a population-based prospective cohort study for elderly Costa Ricans
(Population Health Metrics 10(1), 2012)
Background: Little is known about adult health and mortality relationships outside high-income nations, partly because few datasets have contained biomarker data in representative populations. Our objective is to ...
Aud-SWIPE-P: A parallelization of the Aud-SWIPE pitch estimation algorithm using multiple processes and threads
(Acta Press. Artificial Intelligence and Applications / 794: Modelling, Identification and Control / 795: Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks / 796: Software Engineering / 792: Web-based Education (AIA 2013), 2013-02-11)
In this work we implement a parallel version of the pitch estimation algorithm Aud-SWIPE. The new implementation, Aud-SWIPE-P produces a remarkable acceleration, making it usable in applications where it was not efficient ...
Brain structure–function associations in multi-generational families genetically enriched for bipolar disorder
Recent theories regarding the pathophysiology of bipolar disorder suggest contributions of both neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative processes. While structural neuroimaging studies indicate disease-associated ...