Orestis Tsinalis

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We developed a machine learning methodology for automatic sleep stage scoring. Our time-frequency analysis-based feature extraction is fine-tuned to capture sleep stage-specific signal features as described in the American Academy of Sleep Medicine manual that the human experts follow. We used ensemble learning with an ensemble of stacked sparse(More)
We used convolutional neural networks (CNNs) for automatic sleep stage scoring based on single-channel electroencephalography (EEG) to learn task-specific filters for classification without using prior domain knowledge. We used an openly available dataset from 20 healthy young adults for evaluation and applied 20-fold crossvalidation. We used class-balanced(More)
The drive toward smart cities alongside the increasing adoption of personal sensors is leading to big sensor data, which is so large and complex that traditional methods for utilizing it are inadequate. Although systems exist for storing and managing large-scale sensor data, the real value of such data are the insights it could enable. However, no current(More)
The drive toward smart cities alongside the rising adoption of personal sensors is leading to a torrent of sensor data. While systems exist for storing and managing sensor data, the real value of such data is the insight which can be generated from it. However there is currently no platform which enables sensor data to be taken from collection, through use(More)
In large-scale machine-to-machine sensor networks, the applications such as urban air pollution monitoring require information management over widely distributed sensors under restricted power, processing, storage, and communication resources. The continual increases in size, data generating rates, and connectivity of sensor networks present significant(More)
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