Alexander Gómez

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Camera trapping is a technique to study wildlife using automatic triggered cameras. However, camera trapping collects a lot of false positives (images without animals), which must be segmented before the classification step. This paper presents a Multi-Layer Robust Principal Component Analysis (RPCA) for camera-trap images segmentation. Our Multi-Layer RPCA(More)
Microalgae counting is used to measure biomass quantity. Usually, it is performed in a manual way using a Neubauer chamber and expert criterion, with the risk of a high error rate. This paper addresses the methodology for automatic identification of Scenedesmus microalgae (used in the methane production and food industry) and applies it to images captured(More)
Non intrusive monitoring of animals in the wild is possible using camera trapping framework, which uses cameras triggered by sensors to take a burst of images of animals in their habitat. However camera trapping framework produces a high volume of data (in the order on thousands or millions of images), which must be analyzed by a human expert. In this work,(More)
Non-intrusive biometrics of animals using images allows to analyze phenotypic populations and individuals with patterns like stripes and spots without affecting the studied subjects. However, non-intrusive biometrics demand a well trained subject or the development of computer vision algorithms that ease the identification task. In this work, an analysis of(More)
Introduction: It is well known that Parkinson's disease is related to a deficit of dopamine (DA) in the region of the brain called the corpus striatum. The aim of this work is to demonstrate the possibility of in vitro closed-loop control of the DA concentration levels. Methods: By applying the electrochemical technique of fast scan cyclic voltammetry(More)
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