Edgar E. Vallejo
Edgar E. Vallejo
Associate Professor , ITESM
Verified email at itesm.mx
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New genetic loci link adipose and insulin biology to body fat distribution
D Shungin, TW Winkler, DC Croteau-Chonka, T Ferreira, AE Locke, ...
Nature 518 (7538), 187-196, 2015
9052015
Automated species recognition of antbirds in a Mexican rainforest using hidden Markov models
VM Trifa, ANG Kirschel, CE Taylor, EE Vallejo
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 123 (4), 2424-2431, 2008
1632008
Acoustic sequences in non‐human animals: a tutorial review and prospectus
A Kershenbaum, DT Blumstein, MA Roch, Ç Akçay, G Backus, MA Bee, ...
Biological Reviews 91 (1), 13-52, 2016
1262016
Territorial dynamics of Mexican Ant‐thrushes Formicarius moniliger revealed by individual recognition of their songs
ANG Kirschel, ML Cody, ZT Harlow, VJ Promponas, EE Vallejo, CE Taylor
Ibis 153 (2), 255-268, 2011
702011
Data mining applied to acoustic bird species recognition
E Vilches, IA Escobar, EE Vallejo, CE Taylor
18th International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR'06) 3, 400-403, 2006
642006
GPDTI: A genetic programming decision tree induction method to find epistatic effects in common complex diseases
JK Estrada-Gil, JC Fernández-López, E Hernández-Lemus, I Silva-Zolezzi, ...
Bioinformatics 23 (13), i167-i174, 2007
322007
Using songs to identify individual Mexican Antthrush Formicarius moniliger: comparison of four classification methods
ANG Kirschel, DA Earl, Y Yao, IA Escobar, E Vilches, EE Vallejo, ...
Bioacoustics 19 (1-2), 1-20, 2009
302009
Unsupervised acoustic classification of bird species using hierarchical self-organizing maps
EE Vallejo, ML Cody, CE Taylor
Australian Conference on Artificial Life, 212-221, 2007
202007
A clustering genetic algorithm for genomic data mining
JJ Tapia, E Morett, EE Vallejo
Foundations of Computational Intelligence Volume 4, 249-275, 2009
172009
Evolving Turing machines for biosequence recognition and analysis
EE Vallejo, F Ramos
European Conference on Genetic Programming, 192-203, 2001
172001
Bird-DB: A database for annotated bird song sequences
JG Arriaga, ML Cody, EE Vallejo, CE Taylor
Ecological Informatics 27, 21-25, 2015
132015
Inferring modules of functionally interacting proteins using the Bond Energy Algorithm
RLA Watanabe, E Morett, EE Vallejo
BMC bioinformatics 9 (1), 285, 2008
132008
Adaptive sensor arrays for acoustic monitoring of bird behavior and diversity: preliminary results on source identification using support vector machines
EE Vallejo, CE Taylor
Artificial Life and Robotics 14 (4), 485-488, 2009
122009
Targeting input data for acoustic bird species recognition using data mining and hmms
E Vilches, IA Escobar, EE Vallejo, CE Taylor
Seventh IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW 2007 …, 2007
112007
A computer simulation model of Wolbachia invasion for disease vector population modification
M Guevara-Souza, EE Vallejo
BMC bioinformatics 16 (1), 1-14, 2015
92015
DNA sequence analysis using fuzzy grammars
H Molina-Lozano, EE Vallejo-Clemente, JE Morett-Sanchez
2008 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (IEEE World Congress on …, 2008
82008
Acoustic sensor arrays for understanding bird communication. Identifying Cassin’s Vireos using SVMs and HMMs
J Arriaga, G Kossan, M Cody, E Vallejo, C Taylor
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings 13, 827-828, 2013
72013
A computer simulation model of gene replacement in vector populations
M Guevara, EE Vallejo
2008 8th IEEE International Conference on BioInformatics and BioEngineering, 1-6, 2008
72008
Using Song to Identify Cassin’s Vireo Individuals. A Comparative Study of Pattern Recognition Algorithms
JG Arriaga, H Sanchez, R Hedley, EE Vallejo, CE Taylor
Mexican Conference on Pattern Recognition, 291-300, 2014
62014
Identification of Cassin׳ s Vireo (Vireo cassinii) individuals from their acoustic sequences using an ensemble of learners
JG Arriaga, H Sanchez, EE Vallejo, R Hedley, CE Taylor
Neurocomputing 175, 966-979, 2016
52016
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