Juan Manuel Gutiérrez

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It has been argued that the aim of non-linearities in different visual and auditory mechanisms may be to remove the relations between the coefficients of the signal after global linear ICA-like stages. Specifically, in Schwartz and Simoncelli (2001), it was shown that masking effects are reproduced by fitting the parameters of a particular non-linearity in(More)
This article compares results obtained in previous studies using time-frequency representations (Wigner-Ville, Choi-Williams and Parametric) and the wavelet transform with those obtained with wavelet packet functions to show new findings about their quality in the analysis of ECoG recordings in human intractable epilepsy: data from 21 patients have been(More)
This paper describes a new method based on a voltammetric electronic tongue (ET) for the recognition of distinctive features in coffee samples. An ET was directly applied to different samples from the main Mexican coffee regions without any pretreatment before the analysis. The resulting electrochemical information was modeled with two different(More)
— In this paper, different classifiers were trained to identify myoelectric registers, in order to recognize nine different motions related to four degrees of freedom of the forearm. Three main methods were compared, namely Linear Discriminant Analysis, Artificial Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines. The behavior of pattern recognition schemes was(More)
In this work, we will analyze the response of a Metal Oxide Gas Sensor (MOGS) array to a flow controlled stimulus generated in a pressure controlled canister produced by a homemade olfactometer to build an E-nose. The built E-nose is capable of chocolate identification between the 26 analyzed chocolate bar samples and four features recognition (chocolate(More)