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Tratamiento contable de las stock options según la normativa contable internacional/ Accounting for stock options under the international accounting standard

Merino Madrid, Elena; Banegas Ochovo, Regino; Santos Peñalver, Jesús Fernando
2010-04-01

Resumen en español La retribución que hacen las empresas a sus directivos y empleados mediante la entrega de opciones sobre acciones (stock options) se ha convertido en una práctica habitual en muchos países del mundo. Hasta fechas recientes no existía un consenso sobre el tratamiento contable que se debía dar a este tipo de transacciones; sin embargo, en la actualidad parece que tal consenso se ha alcanzado al exigir tanto el International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) como el Fin (mas) ancial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), en la International Financial Reporting Standard, IFRS 2 (NIIF 2, Norma Internacional de Información Financiera) y Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) 123 (R) respectivamente, que se reconozca la remuneración basada en la entrega de opciones sobre acciones como un gasto en los estados financieros. El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar el tratamiento contable aplicable de acuerdo con la normativa contable internacional o de información financiera (NIC/NIIF). Resumen en inglés The stock options grants by companies to their executives and employees have become a common practice in many countries worldwide. Until recently, there was no consensus on the accounting treatment to be applied to such transactions. But now it seems that consensus has been reached, through the requirements of both the IASB and the FASB, under IFRS 2 and SFAS 123 (R) respectively, to recognize stock option grants as an expense in their financial statements. It is the aim of this paper to analyze the accounting treatment applicable under international accounting standards (IAS/IFRS).

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Transport of Cd, Cu and Pb in an acid soil amended with phosphogypsum, sugar foam and phosphoric rock

Campbell, C. G.; Garrido, Fernando; Illera, V.; García González, María Teresa
2006-01-01

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Translation of Sindbis Virus 26 S mRNA Does Not Require Intact Eukariotic Initiation Factor 4G

Castelló, Alfredo; Sanz, Miguel Ángel; Molina, Susana; Carrasco, Luis
2005-11-28

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Towards fully integrated wireless impedimetric sensors

Segura-Quijano, Fredy; Sacristán-Riquelme, Jordi; García-Cantón, Jesús; Osés, María Teresa; Baldi Coll, Antonio
2010-04-21

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Topology testing of phylogenies using least squares methods

Czarna, Aleksandra; Sanjuán, Rafael; González-Candelas, Fernando; Wróbel, Borys
2006-12-06

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Time and frequency resolved dynamics of ArBr2

Cabrera, José; Bieler, Craig R.; McKinney, Natalie; Veer, Wytze E. van der; Pio, Jordan M.; Janda, Kenneth; Roncero, Octavio
2007-10-25

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Thermal Decomposition of Ferrocene as a Method for Production of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes without Additional Carbon Sources

Barreiro, Amelia; Hampel, Silke; Rümmeli, Mark H.; Kramberger, Christian; Grüneis, Alexander; Biedermann, Kati; Leonhardt, Albrecht; Gemming, Thomas; Büchner, Bernd; Bachtold, Adrian; Pichler, Thomas
2006-09-29

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The use of solvents for purifying industrial naphthalene from coal tar distilled oils

González Azpiroz, M.ª Dolores; Gutiérrez Blanco, Carlos; Casal Banciella, M.ª Dolores
2008-02-01

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The transmembrane domain of podoplanin is required for its association with lipid rafts and the induction of epithelial-mesenchymal transition

Fernández-Muñoz, Beatriz; Yurrita, María M.; Martín-Villar, Ester; Carrasco-Ramírez, Patricia; Megías, Diego; Renart, Jaime; Quintanilla Ávila, Miguel
2011-03-03

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The influence of digestible organic matter and nitrogen intake on faecal and urinary nitrogen losses in sheep

Giráldez, Francisco Javier; Values, C.; Peláez, Rodrigo; Frutos, Pilar; Mantecón, Ángel R.
1997-01-01

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The Leisure Experience: Me and the Others

Ateca, Victoria; Serrano del Rosal, Rafael; Vera-Toscano, Esperanza
2004-01-01

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The K0 -−K0B-factor in the QCD-hadronic duality approach

Prades, Joaquim; Domínguez, C. A.; Peñarrocha, J. A.; Pich, Antonio; Rafael, Eduardo de
1991-01-01

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The Gammaherpesvirus m2 Protein Manipulates the Fyn/Vav Pathway through a Multidocking Mechanism of Assembly

Pires de Miranda, Marta; Rodrigues, Lénia; Bustelo, Xosé R.; Simas, J. Pedro; Alenquer, Marta; Marques, Sofia; Lopes, Filipa
2008-02-27

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The Complex Spatio-Temporal Regulation of the Drosophila Myoblast Attractant Gene duf/kirre

Guruharsha, K.G.; Ruiz-Gómez, Mar; Ranganath, H.A.; Siddharthan, Rahul; VijayRaghavan, K.
2009-09-09

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Temperature-dependent hypermutational phenotype in recA mutants of Thermus thermophilus HB27

Castán, Pablo; Casares, Lorena; Barbé, Jordi; Berenguer, José
2003-01-01

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Synthesis of a Novel Ceramide Analogue and its Use in a High-Throughput Fluorogenic Assay for Ceramidases

Bedia Girbés, Carmen; Casas, Josefina; Garcia, Virginie; Levade, Thierry; Fabriàs, Gemma
2007-03-16

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Symmetry Breaking of Novel C2 Chiral Across-Ring 1,3-Dienes

Noheda Marín, Pedro; García-Ruiz, Germán; Pozuelo, María C.; Abbassi, Khalid; Pascual-Alfonso, Eva; Alonso, José M.; Jiménez-Barbero, Jesús
1998-09-05

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Solar modulation of Little Ice Age climate in the tropical Andes

Rull, Valentí; Polissar, P. J.; Abbott, Mark B.; Bezada, Maximiliano; Wolfe, Alexander P.; Bradley, Raymond S.
2006-01-01

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Simultaneous tyrosine and serine phosphorylation of STAT3 transcription factor is involved in Rho A GTPase oncogenic transformation

Aznar Benitah, Salvador; Valerón, Pilar F.; Rincón, Sonia Victoria del; Fernández Pérez, Leandro; Perona Abellán, Rosario; Lacal Sanjuán, Juan Carlos
2001-10-01

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Silicon microcantilevers with MOSFET detection

Tosolini, Giordano; Villanueva, G.; Pérez-Murano, Francesc; Bausells, Joan
2009-11-26

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Search for Gluino-Mediated Bottom Squark Production in p(p) over bar Collisions at root s=1.96 TeV

CDF Collaboration; Cabrera, Susana; Cuenca Almenar, Cristóbal; Álvarez González, B.; Casal, Bruno; Cuevas, Javier; Gómez, G.; Rodrigo, Teresa; Ruiz, Alberto; Scodellaro, Luca; Vila, Iván; Vilar, Rocío; Aaltonen, T.
2009-06-05

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Regulation of Hoxa2 in cranial neural crest cells involves members of the AP-2 family

Maconochie, Mark M.; Krishnamurthy, Ramachandran; Nonchev, Stefan; Meier, Pascal; Manzanares, Miguel; Mitchell, Pamela J.; Krumlauf, Robb
1999-04-01

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Pyrite formation driven by MSW landfill leachate in the Madrid Basin,Spain

Castelló, Ricardo; Recio, Clemente; Morillas, Pilar; Vizcayno, Carmen
2008-01-01

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Probability density estimation of the Q function for reinforcement learning

Agostini, Alejandro Gabriel; Celaya Llover, Enric
2009-01-01

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Preliminar screening of runner bean for tolerance to low temperature at early stage

Rodiño Míguez, Ana Paula; Lema Márquez, Margarita; Santalla Ferradás, Marta; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de
2006-01-01

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Phosphorylation of Serine 11 and Serine 92 as New Positive Regulators of Human Snail1 Function: Potential Involvement of Casein Kinase-2 and the cAMP-activated Kinase Protein Kinase A

MacPherson, Matthew Reid; Molina, Patricia; Souchelnytskyi, Serhiy; Wernstedt, Christer; Martín-Pérez, Jorge; Portillo Pérez, Francisco; Cano García, Amparo
2010-01-15

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Nanopatterning of carbonaceous structures by field-induced carbon dioxide splitting with a force microscope.

García García, Ricardo; Sánchez Losilla, Nuria; Martinez, Javier; Martínez Garrido, Ramsés Valentín; Palomares, F. J.; Huttel, Y.; Calvaresi, M.; Zerbetto, Francesco
2010-04-05

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Moara: a Java library for extracting and normalizing gene and protein mentions

Neves, Mariana L.; Carazo, José M.; Pascual-Montano, Alberto
2010-03-26

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Mo-Based Proximity Bilayers for TES: Microstructure and Properties

Fàbrega, Lourdes; Fernández-Martínez, Ivan; Gil, Óscar; Parra-Borderías, María; Camón, Agustín; Costa Krämer, José Luis; González-Arrabal, Raquel; Sesé, Javier; Briones Fernández-Pola, Fernando; Santiso, José; Peiró, F.
2009-06-01

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Melanin precursors prevent premature age-related and noise-induced hearing loss in albino mice

Murillo Cuesta, Silvia; Contreras, Julio; Zurita, Esther; Cediel Algovia, Rafael; Cantero, Marta; Varela-Nieto, Isabel; Montoliu, Lluís
2010-02-01

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Mechanisms of P/CAF auto-acetylation

Santos Rosa, Helena; Kouzarides, Tony; Martínez-Balbás, Marian
2003-08-01

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Map format for mobile robot map-based autonomous navigation

Corominas Murtra, Andreu; Mirats Tur, Josep Maria
2007-01-01

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Learning rules from cause-effects explanations

Agostini, Alejandro Gabriel; Celaya Llover, Enric; Torras Genís, Carme; Wörgötter, Florentin
2008-01-01

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Las referencias en artículos publicados en revistas biomédicas/ The references in articles published in biomedical journals

Reyes B, Humberto
2001-04-01

Resumen en inglés Bibliographic citations or "references" are an important component of all scientific manuscripts. The authors are responsible for their accuracy and they should follow the format and style requested by the journal where they are submitting their paper. Revista Médica de Chile adheres to the "Uniform Requirements" established by the Vancouver Group of Medical Editors. Equally important is a correct choice of references, including those original articles strictly connected (mas) to the content of the manuscript. The number of citations usually vary according to the specific character of the study: research article, or case reports, review article, etc. Common mistakes are due to an excessive number of repetitive or irrelevant citations, or the omission of important articles sometimes not found in bibliographic indexes, or an erroneous claim of priority in reporting an observation. Finally, in developing countries the authors should include previous reports appeared in their own local journals, therefore improving their opportunities of achieving international visibility. (Rev Med Chile 2001; 129: 343-5)

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Large disparity between gallium and antimony self-diffusion in gallium antimonide

Bracht, H.; Nicols, S. P.; Walukiewicz, W.; Silveira, Juan Pedro; Briones Fernández-Pola, Fernando; Haller, E. E.
2000-11-02

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La investigación de las trayectorias interculturales en las comunidades indígenas migrantes en el Distrito Federal/ Researching of intercultural paths in indigenous migrants communities in Distrito Federal

Vega, Leticia; Gutiérrez, Rafael; Juárez, Angélica; Rendón, Ernesto
2008-04-01

Resumen en español Cada vez más frecuentemente, una población indígena migrante reside en todas las unidades territoriales del Distrito Federal. Gracias a sus relaciones de parentesco y compadrazgo -el asentamiento por familias en un solo predio- se ha hecho más notoria su presencia y politización en el área urbana. Sin embargo, estas comunidades deben ajustarse a los criterios institucionales y administrativos de los programas sociales que se ofrecen en la ciudad para hacerse acreedo (mas) res a recursos (predominantemente asistencialistas) como la regularización de los predios, el otorgamiento de servicios médicos, becas, despensas y construcción de viviendas, etc. Tales criterios son establecidos regularmente de forma externa sin incluir un conocimiento pertinente del funcionamiento de las comunidades a quienes intentan beneficiar. No se es sensible a las formas propias de organización social, lo que ha desencadenado entre los supuestos beneficiados, rupturas y conflictos al interior de las propias comunidades, así como una alteración de sus formas tradicionales de organización. Entre los triquis que migran a la Ciudad de México, al igual que sucede con otomíes, mazahuas y otras comunidades, existe una percepción negativa hacia la comunidad académica, a la que no se le ve como un vínculo interétnico sino como formada por interrogadores. Han sido muchos años en los que encuestadores y entrevistadores de instituciones académicas, de gobierno, eclesiásticas, reporteros y estudiantes, se les han aproximado para preguntarles "siempre lo mismo": su escolaridad, su alimentación, el monto de sus ingresos, su ocupación y las razones de su emigración entre otras cosas. Aun cuando algunos indígenas han conseguido hacerse oír, muchos predios urbanos donde habitan diversas etnias del país presentan aún condiciones deplorables de salud y subsistencia, careciendo de lo más elemental. Actualmente se tiende al paradigma de convivencia igualitaria de la multiplicidad de culturas en los grandes centros urbanos, sin embargo pertenecer a la categoría indígena aún coloca a quienes portan esa identidad en condiciones de desventaja respecto de los mestizos. El imaginario sobre el indígena como bárbaro o salvaje aún prevalece implícito en las representaciones comunes de la sociedad mestiza, y en su política de atención indigenista todavía priva el integracionismo que considera a las sociedades indígenas como incapaces e inferiores, susceptibles de ser asimiladas a la cultura mayoritaria para completar en ellas el proceso de "civilización del bárbaro". Los trayectos interculturales que los indígenas migrantes están recorriendo en la Ciudad, en el contacto con recursos, en las relaciones interétnicas que establecen desde que migran y se instalan en la urbe, es el marco fundamental para conocer y comprender en lo posible a las comunidades indígenas, sus experiencias y significados, tal como son sentidos por sus propios integrantes. En el presente trabajo se describen algunos de los problemas presentes en la atención y la investigación que han merecido grupos indígenas que residen en la Ciudad de México. Se aborda también la naturaleza de la organización social cultural de estos grupos indígenas y la transformación que sufren sus comunidades al vincularse con los recursos citadinos. Posteriormente se hace un breve recuento de los elementos que han caracterizado el encuentro entre indígenas y académicos que intentan aproximárseles para su estudio. Se evidencia el frecuente fracaso para un establecimiento de relaciones interétnicas propicias y equitativas entre ambos sectores, lo que ha resultado en perjuicio de esos grupos étnicos. Finalmente se discute la necesidad y la naturaleza de los abordajes alternativos hacia las minorías culturales, tanto para la prestación de servicios que requieren como cuando son tema de estudio o de conocimiento para los investigadores, reporteros, estudiantes o financiadores, etc., sobre todo si se pretende que las trayectorias interculturales que cursan tales minorías en los grandes centros urbanos de nuestra entidad, nutran y permitan, en igualdad de condiciones, la reelaboración de sus identidades, de su vida cultural social y el potenciamiento de sus condiciones de vida en general. Resumen en inglés The migrant indigenous population living all over Mexico City is increasing. The settlement of families in a single piece of land has magnified their visibility and political participation in the city based on their kinship and >* relationships. This family settlement has given the indigenous migrant population the opportunity to maintain its cultural patterns and to speak its mother tongue; but this collective coexistence often creates serious problems and (mas) conflicts among its members. However, these communities must concur with institutional criteria and with local social programs' requirements for gaining access to resources (mostly coming from welfare) such as land regulation, medical assistance, grants, groceries, house building, and so on. Those criteria and requirements are usually established from the outside, without a proper knowledge of the communities they attempt to benefit. They do not have enough sensitivity towards the community's social organization, this situation has created conflicts and breaking-offs among the allegedly favored communities, as well as alterations in their traditional forms of organization. Urban resources, for instance, tend to promote group organization among indigenous with a community leader who has to be an agent for getting resources; but he often acts on his own rather than as the traditional guide originally in charge of maintaining the community life inside the limits of the public agreements reached through assemblies. Another troublesome experience that indigenous people face in the city is the frequent inter-ethnic links they have with the academic community, which approaches them to >. Migrant Triquis, Otomies, Mazahuas, and other groups have a negative opinion of the academic community; they do not see it as an inter-ethnic link but as an inquiring one. Interviewers and pollsters from academic, government, ecclesiastic, news, and school agencies have asked them the same questions for many years: their school history, eating habits, income, occupation, and their reasons for migrating. Apparently researchers tend to believe that this population has an > for these questions. The use indigenous groups make of the > underlines their demands before the State about their right to work, to have a house, to medical attention, and to education and constitutes one of the few channels they have to be heard, though a lot remains unheard or in the dark. Even though they have received some attention, many of the places where they live in the city still are in dreadful health and living conditions, lacking the most basic services. After ten years, many of these indigenous camps have nothing but the poorest houses. On the other hand, recent non-indigenous migrants already have much better conditions. Indigenous communities living in the city often think that organizations use them, that they do nothing or very little to understand and benefit them, but that they can make things worse for them (for instance, breaking off their camps and generating more violence and alcohol use among their families). Although in the present there is a paradigm of egalitarian coexistence and multicultural tolerance in the urban centers, being part of an indigenous group still means disadvantage in comparison to a mixed race person. The idea that indigenous people are barbarians or savages still exists in the usual representations of mixed race society and their attention policy is filled with an integration thinking which considers indigenous societies as lower and incapable, as well as prone to be absorbed by the higher culture to finish the civilization process. The fundamental frame for knowing and understanding indigenous communities as well as their experiences in the way they experience them, is through the intercultural paths they are following in the city, their contact with resources, the inter-ethnic relationships they have from the moment they leave their homes until they arrive to the city. Achieving this goal implies that sponsors, researchers, and services providers stop looking at themselves as external observers and the communities as > and start training informants in professional skills to become collaborators in the researches or in the social programs. Thus members of these > could be part of the knowledge production in the enclosing culture without sacrificing neither their identity, nor their cultural values but revitalizing them instead. It is also needed that researchers do something more than just tackling indigenous communities' knowledge from the perspective of informants to capture their voice in the final reports, even being cautious not to publish material that could hurt them. The people who get involved in a research as subjects have very little influence on what is published so they do not feel represented. Even though using a classical research model helps to save time and to simplify responsibilities in managing funds and reporting research results, the challenge to access informants and gaining their trust still exists. Generally this approach creates skeptical reactions among participants who do not believe neither in the results nor in the purposes and products of a study because they do not feel part of the planning. It is necessary to practice alternative ways to relate to informants and to make more inclusive participant research projects. That way it would be possible to gradually involve subjects in every step of the research process to found a cooperative model where informants are trained during research to participate in designing, performing, analyzing, and reporting research results. This new team is the one that would present and conduct the research. Such new approach would guarantee that subjects' needs are covered and their experiences recognized. It would also help the researcher to access informants, to gain their trust, and to consider ethical aspects in treating them. This article describes some of the present problems involved in assisting and researching indigenous groups that live in Mexico City. The nature of the socio-cultural organization of indigenous groups living in the city is analyzed, as well as the transformation their communities experience when they contact with urban resources. A brief count of the elements involved in the meeting between indigenous people and the academic staff interested in studying them is presented. The usual failure in setting egalitarian inter-ethnic relationships, which has often resulted in damaging indigenous groups, is exposed. Finally, the need for alternative approaches in assisting and researching cultural minorities is discussed, especially from the perspective that there is an interest in creating equality, renewing their identities and their socio-cultural life, and improving their general living conditions based on the inter-cultural paths these groups follow in the big cities.

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Introgressed genotypes to improve common bean

Santalla Ferradás, Marta; Lema Márquez, Margarita; Pérez Barbeito, Marlene; Fuente Martínez, María de la; Singh, Shree P.; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de
2006-03-01

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Interaction of the Srb10 kinase with Sip4, a transcriptional activator of gluconeogenic genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Vincent, Olivier; Kuchin, Sergei; Hong, Seung-Pyo; Townley, Robert; Vyas, Valmik K.; Carlson, Marian
2001-09-01

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Infection with Anaplasma phagocytophilum in a seronegative patient in Sicily, Italy: Case Report

Fuente García, José de la; Torina, Alessandra; Naranjo, María Victoria; Caracappa, Santo; Di Marco, V.
2005-10-03

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INCORPORACIÓN DE ELEMENTOS DE INTELIGENCIA DE NEGOCIOS EN EL PROCESO DE ADMISIÓN Y MATRÍCULA DE UNA UNIVERSIDAD CHILENA/ INCORPORATION OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ELEMENTS IN THE ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION PROCESS OF A CHILEAN UNIVERSITY

Fuentes Tapia, Luis; Valdivia Pinto, Ricardo
2010-12-01

Resumen en español Este artículo describe un proceso orientado a la incorporación de elementos de inteligencia de negocios (business intelligence - BI) en la Universidad de Tarapacá (UTA), Arica, Chile. Con este fin, se implementó un data mart (DM) centrado en el área de Admisión y Matrícula de la Vicerrectoría Académica. Su desarrollo requirió de la realización de actividades tales como la obtención de los requerimientos del negocio, la investigación del indicador clave de ren (mas) dimiento (KPI) del área, el análisis de las distintas fuentes de información interna y el desarrollo de un modelado dimensional basado en el esquema estrella de Kimball. Para la correcta implementación e integración de este repositorio de datos se debió realizar un proceso de extracción, transformación y carga (ETL) a partir de dos fuentes de datos. La creación de este DM permitió que los usuarios de la Vicerrectoría Académica pudieran visualizar la información que requerían a través de herramientas de procesamiento analítico en línea (OLAP). Complementándose, además, con herramientas para la generación de reportes y herramientas para la creación de dashboards. La integración de estos elementos conformó una plataforma de inteligencia de negocios, que permite dar soporte a los requerimientos de información y análisis asociados al proceso de admisión y matrícula Resumen en inglés This paper describes a process oriented to the addition of business intelligence (BI) elements at Universidad de Tarapacá (UTA), Arica, Chile. For the purpose, a data mart (DM) was implemented, focused on the Admission and Registration area of Academic Vice-Rectory. Its development required carrying out activities such as to obtain business requirements, to investigate the area key performance indicator (KPI), to analyze several internal information sources and to develo (mas) p a dimensional model based on the Kimball star schema. For proper implementation and integration of these data repositories, extraction, transformation and loading (ETL) processes were carried out from two data sources. The creation of this DM, allowed users of the Academic Vice-Rectory to visualize the information they required through online analytical processing (OLAP) tools. The implementation was complemented with reporting and dashboards tools. The integration of these elements formed a business intelligence platform, which allows supporting of the information and analysis requirements associated to the admission and registration process

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How Well do Individuals Predict the Selling Prices of their Homes?

Benitez-Silva, Hugo; Eren, Selcuk; Heiland, Frank; Jiménez-Martín, Sergi
2008-01-01

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Hob3p, the fission yeast ortholog of human BIN3, localizes Cdc42p to the division site and regulates cytokinesis

Coll, Pedro M.; Rincón Padilla, Sergio A.; Pérez González, Pilar; Izquierdo, Raul
2007-04-01

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Grain boundaries and pinning in bulk MgB2

Mikheenko, P.; Martínez, E.; Bevan, A.; Abell, J. S.; MacManus-Driscoll, J. L.
2007-09-01

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Glutamate-based antidepressants: 20 years on

Skolnick, Phil; Popik, Piotr; Trullas Oliva, Ramón
2009-11-01

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Generador de flujo con presión binivelada (BiPAP) a través de traqueostomía/ Flow generator with double level pressure (BiPAP) through Tracheostomy

MONTES F, SOLEDAD; MÉNDEZ R, MIREYA; BARAÑAO G, PATRICIO; SALINAS F, PAMELA; PRADO A, FRANCISCO
2008-10-01

Resumen en español Introducción: El Programa Chileno de Ventilación No Invasiva en domicilio (AVNI) extendió su cobertura utilizando generadores de flujo con presión bi-nivelada (BiPAP) en niños con ventilación mecánica prolongada (VMP) y traqueostomía (TQT). Objetivo: Reportar la experiencia de esta estrategia describiendo criterios de selección, modalidades de uso y tecnologías complementarias. Pacientes y Métodos: Estudio descriptivo, transversal y prospectivo durante un año (mas) desde Junio 2006, en 20 pacientes manejados en el Hospital Josefina Martínez, otros centros de la red asistencial del Ministerio de Salud y en domicilio. Se registraron las características clínicas, modos ventilatorios, evolución y complicaciones. Resultados: La mediana de edad fue de 3,5 años (rango 3 meses a 17 años). La duración de la VMP fue lm a 5a, 6 pacientes (30%) se encuentran en domicilio y 14 (70%) hospitalizados. La principal causa para VMP fue enfermedad neuromuscular (14, 70%). No hubo mortalidad y 4 pacientes tuvieron complicaciones menores. Conclusión: El BiPAP a través de TQT, usado con criterios estrictos de selección, es un método de VMP que puede ser factible. Se requieren estudios comparativos para definir costos, beneficios y riesgos de estos equipos comparándolos con ventiladores licenciados para soporte vital Resumen en inglés Background: The Chilean Program of Noninvasive Home Ventilation started using flow generating equipment with differential pressure at 2 levels (BiPAP) through tracheostomies for prolonged mechanical ventilation (PMV). Objective: Describe the experience of this ventilatory support, reporting selection criteria, procedure and technological requirements. Method: Descriptive-transversal study that includes 20 patients treated at Hospital Josefina Martínez, other pediatric ho (mas) spitals and at home, for 12 months since June 2006. The clinical features, ventilation support, technical characteristics, follow-up and complications were reported. Results: The mean age was 3.5 years-old (range 3 months - 17 years). The duration of PMV ranged between 1 month to 5 years. Six patients (30%) are at home and 14 (70%) are hospitalized. In 14 patients (70%), the need of PMV was due to neuromuscular diseases. There was no mortality related to the use of Bipap through tracheostomy; only 4 patients had minor complications. Conclusions: This report suggests that the use of BiPAP through tracheostomy in patients with selection criteria is an applicable PVM method. However, comparative systematic trials are necessary to define costs, benefits and risks of this type of ventilation

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Gene delivery into mouse retinal ganglion cells by in utero electroporation

García-Frigola, Cristina; Carreres, María Isabel; Vegar, Celia; Herrera, Eloisa
2007-09-17

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Fungal growth inhibitory properties of new phytosphingolipid analogues

Mormeneo, David; Manresa, Ángeles; Casas, Josefina; Llebaria Soldevilla, Amadeu; Delgado, Antonio
2007-11-15

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

69

From a Short Amino Acidic Sequence to the Complete Gene

Miñambres Rodríguez, Baltasar; Olivera, Elías R.; García, Belén; Naharro, Germán; Luengo, José M.
2000-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

70

Forward tracking at the next e(+)e(-) collider. Part I. The physics case

Fuster, Juan; Lacasta Llácer, Carlos; Marinas, Carlos; Vos, Marcel; Heinemeyer, Sven; Ruiz-Jimeno, A.
2009-08-04

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

71

Flower bud drop and pre-blossom frost damage in apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.)

Julián Lagunas, Carmen; Herrero Romero, María; Rodrigo, Javier
2007-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

72

Feed efficiency and body chemical composition of merino lambs fed with different protein supplements

Manso, Teresa; Castro, Teresa; Lavín, Paz; Giráldez, Francisco Javier; Mantecón, Ángel R.
1995-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

74

Ethylbenzene Oxidation to its Hydroperoxide in the presence of N Hydroxyimides and Minute Amounts of Sodium Hydroxide

Toribio Temprado, Pedro Pablo; Gimeno-Gargallo, Ana; Capel Sánchez, María del Carmen; de Frutos, M. Pilar; Campos Martín, Jose Miguel; Fierro, Jose L. G.
2009-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

75

Egalitarian and the case of the missing link

Pearson, John; González-Reyes, Acaimo
2004-05-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

76

Early embryonic requirement for nucleoporin Nup35/NPP-19 in nuclear assembly

Ródenas, Eduardo; Klerkx, Elke P. F.; Ayuso, Cristina; Audhya, Anjon; Askjaer, Peter
2009-03-15

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

77

Different, overlapping mechanisms for colonization of abiotic and plant surfaces by Pseudomonas putida

Yousef-Coronado, Fátima; Travieso, María L.; Espinosa-Urgel, Manuel
2008-09-09

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

78

Developmentally Regulated Activation of a SINE B2 Repeat as a Domain Boundary in Organogenesis

Lunyak, Victoria V.; Prefontaine, Gratien G.; Núñez, Esperanza; Cramer, Thorsten; Ju, Bong-Gun; Ohgi, Kenneth A.; Hutt, Kasey; Roy, Rosa; García-Díaz, Ángel; Zhu, Xiaoyan; Yung, Yun; Montoliu, Lluís; Glass, Christopher K.; Rosenfeld, Michael G.
2007-07-13

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

81

Design, synthesis and activity as acid ceramidase inhibitors of 2-oxooctanoyl and N- oleoylethanolamine analogues

Grijalvo, Santiago; Bedia Girbés, Carmen; Triola Guillem, Gemma; Casas, Josefina; Llebaria Soldevilla, Amadeu; Teixidó, Jordi; Rabal, Obdulia; Levaded, Thierry; Delgado Cirilo, Antonio; Fabriàs, Gemma
2006-08-07

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

82

Dependence of martensite start temperature on fine austenite grain size

García-Junceda, A.; Capdevila, Carlos; García Caballero, Francisca; García de Andrés, Carlos
2008-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

83

DREAM mediates cAMP-dependent, Ca2+-induced stimulation of GFAP gene expression and regulates cortical astrogliogenesis

Cebolla, Beatriz; Fernández-Pérez, Antonio; Perea, Gertrudis; Araque Almendros, Alfonso; Vallejo, Mario
2008-06-25

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

86

Chromatin assembly controls replication fork stability

Clemente-Ruiz, Marta; Prado, Félix
2009-05-22

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

89

Application of highly sensitive saturation labeling to the analysis of differential protein expression in infected ticks from limited samples

Villar, Margarita; Torina, Alessandra; Núñez, Yolanda; Zivkovic, Zorica; Marina, Anabel; Alongi, Angelina; Scimeca, Salvatore; Barbera, Giuseppa la; Caracappa, Santo; Vázquez, Jesús; Fuente García, José de la
2010-08-12

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

90

Analogs of the dihydroceramide desaturase inhibitor GT11 modified at the amide function: synthesis and biological activities

Bedia Girbés, Carmen; Triola Guillem, Gemma; Casas, Josefina; Llebaria Soldevilla, Amadeu; Fabriàs, Gemma
2005-09-08

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

91

An overview on potential energy surfaces of rare-gas dihalogen van der Waals clusters

Delgado Barrio, Gerardo; Prosmiti, Rita; Valdés, Álvaro; Villarreal, Pablo
2006-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

92

Aminocyclitols as Pharmacological Chaperones for Glucocerebrosidase, a Defective Enzyme in Gaucher Disease

Egido-Gabás, Meritxell; Canals, Daniel; Casas, Josefina; Llebaria Soldevilla, Amadeu; Delgado Cirilo, Antonio
2007-05-04

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

94

Activation in the family of Candida rugosa isolipases by polyethylene glycol

Otero, Cristina; Fernández-Pérez, Mónica; Hermoso, Juan A.; Martínez-Ripoll, Martín
2005-06-11

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

95

Acceleration of Low-temperature Bainite

García Mateo, Carlos; García Caballero, Francisca; Bhadeshia, H. K. D. H.
2003-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

96

A strategy to study tyrosinase transgenes in mouse melanocytes

Lavado, Alfonso J.; Matheu, Ander; Serrano, Manuel; Montoliu, Lluís
2005-04-12

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

97

A six-legged robot-based system for humanitarian demining missions

González de Santos, Pablo; Cobano, José A.; García Armada, Elena; Armada, Manuel
2007-10-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

98

A novel role for RecA under non-stress: promotion of swarming motility in Escherichia coli K-12

Gómez-Gómez, José María; Manfredi, Candela; Alonso, Juan Carlos; Blázquez, Jesús
2007-03-28

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

99

A novel p34cdc2-binding and activating protein that is necessary and sufficient to trigger G2/M progression in Xenopus oocytes

Ferby, Ingvar; Blazquez, Montserrat; Palmer, Amparo; Eritja Casadellà, Ramón; Nebreda, Angel R.
1999-08-15

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

102

A flower-specific Myb protein activates transcription of phenylpropanoid biosynthetic genes

Sablowski, Robert W. M.; Moyano, Enriqueta; Culianez-Macía, Francisco A.; Schuch, Wolfgang; Cathie, Martin; Bevan, Michael
1994-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

103

A Multi-bit Cascade ΣΔ Modulator for High-Speed A/D Conversion with Reduced Sensitivity to DAC Errors

Medeiro, Fernando; Pérez Verdú, Belén; Rosa Utrera, José Manuel de la; Rodríguez Vázquez, Angel
1998-03-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

104

A Calibration Technique for Very Low Current and Compact Tunable Neuromorphic Cells Application to 5-bit 20nA DACs

Leñero Bardallo, J.A.; Serrano-Gotarredona, Teresa; Linares-Barranco, Bernabé
2008-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

105