Benvinguts al Repositori Digital de la UPF

El repositori institucional recull, difon i preserva la producció intel·lectual en format digital que resulta de l’activitat acadèmica i investigadora de la UPF, les revistes científiques i les publicacions institucionals. La seva finalitat és contribuir a augmentar l’impacte de la investigació feta a la UPF i preservar la memòria intel·lectual de la UPF.

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Enviaments recents

  • Roma Trepat, Gerard; Herrera Boyer, Perfecto, 1964-; Zanin, Massimiliano; Toral, Sergio L.; Font Corbera, Frederic; Serra, Xavier (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, 2012)
    Sharing communities are changing the way audio clips are obtained in several areas, ranging from music to game design. The motivations for people to record and upload sounds to these sites are likely to be related to social ...
  • Recalde, Lorena; Baeza Yates, Ricardo (Springer, 2020)
    According to tastes, a person could show preference for a given category of content to a greater or lesser extent. However, quantifying people’s amount of interest in a certain topic is a challenging task, especially ...
  • Samanta, Bidisha; De, Abir; Jana, Gourhari; Gómez, Vicenç; Chattaraj, Pratim Kumar; Ganguly, Niloy; Gomez-Rodriguez, Manuel (Journal of Machine Learning Research, 2020)
    Deep generative models have been praised for their ability to learn smooth latent representations of images, text, and audio, which can then be used to generate new, plausible data. Motivated by these success stories, there ...
  • López-Moliner, Joan; Soto Faraco, Salvador (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2007)
    There is a growing body of knowledge about the behavioral and neural correlates of cross-modal interactions in the perception of motion direction, as well as about the computations that underlie unimodal visual speed ...
  • Vigué Guix, Irene; Morís Fernández, Luis, 1982-; Torralba Cuello, Mireia; Ruzzoli, Manuela; Soto Faraco, Salvador (Wiley, 2020)
    Electrical brain oscillations reflect fluctuations in neural excitability. Fluctuations in the alpha band (α, 8–12 Hz) in the occipito‐parietal cortex are thought to regulate sensory responses, leading to cyclic variations ...

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