Alejandra Figliola

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Odor input evokes characteristic, time-evolving (non-stationary) events in the spontaneously active central ganglia of the snail Helix pomatia. Assuming stationarity for the signals, one could, as the first approach, apply the Fourier-based methods, frequency amplitude characteristics (FAC) measures, for analyzing such events. We could thus for the first(More)
A method for segmenting water bodies in optical and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellite images is proposed. It makes use of the textural features of the different regions in the image for segmentation. The method consists in a multiscale analysis of the images, which allows us to study the images regularity both, locally and globally. As results of the(More)
Odorants evoke characteristic, but complex, local field potentials (LFPs) in the molluscan brain. Wavelet tools in combination with Fourier analysis can detect and characterize hitherto unknown discrete, slow potentials underlying the conspicuous oscillations. Ethanol was one of the odorants that we have extensively studied (J. Neurosci. Methods, 119 (2002)(More)
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