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  • 4 and 7-bit Labeling for Projective and Non-Projective Dependency Trees 

    Gómez-Rodríguez, Carlos; Roca Rodríguez, Diego; Vilares, David (Association for Computational Linguistics, 2023-12)
    [Absctract]: We introduce an encoding for parsing as sequence labeling that can represent any projective dependency tree as a sequence of 4-bit labels, one per word. The bits in each word’s label represent (1) whether it ...
  • From Partial to Strictly Incremental Constituent Parsing 

    Ezquerro, Ana; Gómez-Rodríguez, Carlos; Vilares, David (Association for Computational Linguistics, 2024-03)
    [Absctract]: We study incremental constituent parsers to assess their capacity to output trees based on prefix representations alone. Guided by strictly left-to-right generative language models and tree-decoding modules, ...
  • Portable chest X-ray image generation for the improvement of the automatic COVID-19 screening 

    Iglesias Morís, Daniel; Moura, Joaquim de; Novo Buján, Jorge; Ortega Hortas, Marcos (EasyChair, 2023)
    [Abstract]: COVID-19 is a disease whose gold standard diagnosis tool, RT-PCR, is unable to provide accurate quantification of its severity in a given patient. Currently, this assessment can be performed with the help of ...
  • Fully-Automatic 3D Intuitive Visualization of Age-Related Macular Degeneration Fluid Accumulations in OCT Cubes 

    López-Varela, Emilio; Vidal, Plácido; Olivier Pascual, Nuria; Novo Buján, Jorge; Ortega Hortas, Marcos (Springer, 2022-05)
    [Abstract]: Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in developed countries, and wet-type AMD requires urgent treatment and rapid diagnosis because it causes rapid irreversible vision loss. ...
  • Unsupervised Deformable Image Registration in a Landmark Scarcity Scenario: Choroid OCTA 

    López-Varela, Emilio; Novo Buján, Jorge; Fernández-Vigo, José Ignacio; Moreno-Morillo, Francisco Javier; Ortega Hortas, Marcos (Springer, 2022-05)
    [Abstract]: Recent advances in OCTA allow the imaging of blood flow deeper than the retinal layers at the level of the choriocapillaris (CC), where a pattern of small dark areas represents the absence of flow, called flow ...

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