Mancia Anguita


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Mancia

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Anguita

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2017-01 High-throughput multi-multicast transfers in data center networks in THE JOURNAL OF SUPERCOMPUTING
  • 2017-01 Evaluation of redundant data storage in clusters based on multi-multicast and local storage in THE JOURNAL OF SUPERCOMPUTING
  • 2013-09 Leveraging bandwidth improvements to web servers through enhanced network interfaces in THE JOURNAL OF SUPERCOMPUTING
  • 2013-04 Two-level Hash/Table approach for metadata management in distributed file systems in THE JOURNAL OF SUPERCOMPUTING
  • 2011-11 Comparison of parallel multi-objective approaches to protein structure prediction in THE JOURNAL OF SUPERCOMPUTING
  • 2010 A Hybrid Scheme to Solve the Protein Structure Prediction Problem in ADVANCES IN BIOINFORMATICS
  • 2009 Protein Structure Prediction by Evolutionary Multi-objective Optimization: Search Space Reduction by Using Rotamers in BIO-INSPIRED SYSTEMS: COMPUTATIONAL AND AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE
  • 2006 SCE Toolboxes for the Development of High-Level Parallel Applications in COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE – ICCS 2006
  • 2002-08 Parameter Configurations for Hole Extraction in Cellular Neural Networks (CNN) in ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
  • 1999 Adaptive cooperation between processors in a parallel Boltzmann machine implementation in ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF BIO-INSPIRED ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS
  • 1998-03 Focal-Plane and Multiple Chip VLSI Approaches to CNNs in ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
  • 1998 Focal-Plane and Multiple Chip VLSI Approaches to CNNs in CELLULAR NEURAL NETWORKS AND ANALOG VLSI
  • 1995 A low-power analog implementation of Cellular Neural Networks in FROM NATURAL TO ARTIFICIAL NEURAL COMPUTATION
  • 1991 Cmos implementation of a cellular neural network with dynamically alterable cloning templates in ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS
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