Miguel Angel Escalona-Moran

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An adapted state-of-the-art method of processing information known as Reservoir Computing is used to show its utility on the open and time-consuming problem of heartbeat classification. The MIT-BIH arrhythmia database is used following the guidelines of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation. Our approach requires a computationally(More)
The increasing amount of data being generated in different areas of science and technology require novel and efficient techniques of processing, going beyond traditional concepts. In this paper, we numerically study the information processing capabilities of semiconductor lasers subject to delayed optical feedback. Based on the recent concept of reservoir(More)
To learn and mimic how the brain processes information has been a major research challenge for decades. Despite the efforts, little is known on how we encode, maintain and retrieve information. One of the hypothesis assumes that transient states are generated in our intricate network of neurons when the brain is stimulated by a sensory input. Based on this(More)
Minimal hardware implementations of machine-learning techniques have been attracting increasing interest over the last decades. In particular, field-programmable gate array (FPGA) implementations of neural networks (NNs) are among the most appealing ones, given the match between system requirements and FPGA properties, namely, parallelism and adaptation.(More)
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