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Diego H. Milone
Diego H. Milone
Full Professor UNL. Principal Investigator CONICET.
Verified email at sinc.unl.edu.ar - Homepage
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Gender imbalance in medical imaging datasets produces biased classifiers for computer-aided diagnosis
AJ Larrazabal, N Nieto, V Peterson, DH Milone, E Ferrante
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (23), 12592-12594, 2020
4822020
Spoken emotion recognition using hierarchical classifiers
EM Albornoz, DH Milone, HL Rufiner
Computer Speech & Language 25 (3), 556-570, 2011
1782011
Simulation of photovoltaic centrals with dynamic shading
CRS Reinoso, DH Milone, RH Buitrago
Applied Energy 103, 278-289, 2013
1012013
Feature selection for face recognition based on multi-objective evolutionary wrappers
LD Vignolo, DH Milone, J Scharcanski
Expert Systems with Applications 40 (13), 5077-5084, 2013
992013
Learning deformable registration of medical images with anatomical constraints
L Mansilla, DH Milone, E Ferrante
Neural Networks 124, 269-279, 2020
842020
Perceptual evaluation of blind source separation for robust speech recognition
L Di Persia, D Milone, HL Rufiner, M Yanagida
Signal Processing 88 (10), 2578-2583, 2008
802008
Acoustic monitoring of short-term ingestive behavior and intake in grazing sheep
JR Galli, CA Cangiano, DH Milone, EA Laca
Livestock Science 140 (1-3), 32-41, 2011
782011
Automatic recognition of quarantine citrus diseases
G Stegmayer, DH Milone, S Garran, L Burdyn
Expert systems with applications 40 (9), 3512-3517, 2013
772013
Automatic recognition of ingestive sounds of cattle based on hidden Markov models
DH Milone, JR Galli, CA Cangiano, HL Rufiner, EA Laca
Computers and electronics in agriculture 87, 51-55, 2012
772012
Domain generalization via gradient surgery
L Mansilla, R Echeveste, DH Milone, E Ferrante
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF international conference on computer vision …, 2021
742021
A real-time algorithm for acoustic monitoring of ingestive behavior of grazing cattle
JO Chelotti, SR Vanrell, DH Milone, SA Utsumi, JR Galli, HL Rufiner, ...
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 127, 64-75, 2016
642016
Emotion recognition in never-seen languages using a novel ensemble method with emotion profiles
EM Albornoz, DH Milone
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2016
622016
Computational method for segmentation and classification of ingestive sounds in sheep
DH Milone, HL Rufiner, JR Galli, EA Laca, CA Cangiano
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 65 (2), 228-237, 2009
622009
On the adaptability of unsupervised CNN-based deformable image registration to unseen image domains
E Ferrante, O Oktay, B Glocker, DH Milone
Machine Learning in Medical Imaging: 9th International Workshop, MLMI 2018 …, 2018
522018
Predicting novel microRNA: a comprehensive comparison of machine learning approaches
G Stegmayer, LE Di Persia, M Rubiolo, M Gerard, M Pividori, C Yones, ...
Briefings in bioinformatics 20 (5), 1607-1620, 2019
482019
Screening of obstructive sleep apnea with empirical mode decomposition of pulse oximetry
G Schlotthauer, LE Di Persia, LD Larrateguy, DH Milone
Medical engineering & physics 36 (8), 1074-1080, 2014
462014
Assessment of homomorphic analysis for human activity recognition from acceleration signals
SR Vanrell, DH Milone, HL Rufiner
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 22 (4), 1001-1010, 2017
442017
Deep neural architectures for highly imbalanced data in bioinformatics
LA Bugnon, C Yones, DH Milone, G Stegmayer
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems 31 (8), 2857-2867, 2019
432019
Monitoring and assessment of ingestive chewing sounds for prediction of herbage intake rate in grazing cattle
JR Galli, CA Cangiano, MA Pece, MJ Larripa, DH Milone, SA Utsumi, ...
Animal 12 (5), 973-982, 2018
432018
* omeSOM: a software for clustering and visualization of transcriptional and metabolite data mined from interspecific crosses of crop plants
DH Milone, GS Stegmayer, L Kamenetzky, M López, JM Lee, ...
BMC bioinformatics 11, 1-10, 2010
432010
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