Juan J. Galiana-Merino

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The P seismic phase first arrival identification is a fundamental problem in seismology. The accurate identification of the P-wave first arrival is not a trivial process, especially when the seismograms present a very low signal-to noise ratio (SNR) or are contaminated with artificial transients that could produce false alarms. In this paper, a new approach(More)
Power line interference is one of the main problems in surface electromyogram signals (EMG) analysis. In this work, a new method based on the stationary wavelet packet transform is proposed to estimate and remove this kind of noise from EMG data records. The performance has been quantitatively evaluated with synthetic noisy signals, obtaining good results(More)
The wavelet packet transform gives information in both the time and frequency domains, and it is very useful for describing nonstationary signals like seismograms. Moreover, this structure is dependent on the signal under study; hence we can choose the time–frequency decomposition more appropriate for every signal. In this article, we propose a new method(More)
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Many clinical decision support systems aimed to help in the diagnosis of breast cancer have been developed because an early diagnosis is fundamental to improve the results of the treatment. Most of the developments are aimed to detect microcalcifications using the same system and parameters for all the(More)
Short-period seismographs of the vertical component have a frequency response similar to a bandpass filter with a low cutoff frequency around 1 Hz. This instrument's response distorts in some way the interesting signal that arrives at the sensor. In this case, the aim of the deconvolution is at recover the signal as it arrives at the sensor, since this(More)
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