Manuel Medina-Molina

Manuel Medina-Molina
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria | ULPGC · Department of Signals and Communications

PhD

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September 1989 - present
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (4)
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This research has a twofold environmental benefit. On the one hand, there is the recycling of a waste by-product and, on the other hand, the reduction of traffic noise pollution levels. The objective of this study is to determine and evaluate the use of a mixture of shredded palm tree pruning waste with dampened topsoil in the construction of noise...
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The landscape, seen from the road and looking towards the road, requires improäements and efforts of recoäery and preseräation, since it is a part of our culture, our welfare and our deäelopment. Bigger and better roads haäe to inäoläe bigger and better enäironmental and landscape-related actions which highlight the roads and its surroundings. The...
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The automatic speech emotion recognition has a huge potential in applications of fields such as psychology, psychiatry and the affective computing technology. The spontaneous speech is continuous, where the emotions are expressed in certain moments of the dialogue, given emotional turns. Therefore, it is necessary that the real-time applications ar...
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Resumen. Las personas que padecen discapacidad auditiva encuentran dificultades para el acceso a la información y la comunicación en los lugares públicos. De acuerdo con esta realidad se plantea la posibilidad de disponer de una herramienta alternativa de comunicación basado en la lengua de signos española (LSE), que contribuya a superar la barrera...

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