Sergio Damas
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Medical image registration using evolutionary computation: An experimental survey
S Damas, O Cordón, J Santamaría
IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine 6 (4), 26-42, 2011
1122011
A comparative study of state-of-the-art evolutionary image registration methods for 3D modeling
J Santamaría, O Cordón, S Damas
Computer Vision and Image Understanding 115 (9), 1340-1354, 2011
1102011
Performance evaluation of memetic approaches in 3D reconstruction of forensic objects
J Santamaría, O Cordón, S Damas, JM García-Torres, A Quirin
Soft Computing 13 (8-9), 883, 2009
1042009
A fast and accurate approach for 3D image registration using the scatter search evolutionary algorithm
O Cordón, S Damas, J Santamaría
Pattern Recognition Letters 27 (11), 1191-1200, 2006
1012006
Multiobjective constructive heuristics for the 1/3 variant of the time and space assembly line balancing problem: ACO and random greedy search
M Chica, O Cordon, S Damas, J Bautista
Information Sciences 180 (18), 3465-3487, 2010
882010
Feature-based image registration by means of the CHC evolutionary algorithm
O Cordón, S Damas, J Santamaría
Image and Vision Computing 24 (5), 525-533, 2006
852006
Forensic identification by computer-aided craniofacial superimposition: a survey
S Damas, O Cordón, O Ibáñez, J Santamaría, I Alemán, M Botella, ...
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 43 (4), 27, 2011
792011
An experimental study on the applicability of evolutionary algorithms to craniofacial superimposition in forensic identification
O Ibáñez, L Ballerini, O Cordón, S Damas, J Santamaría
Information Sciences 179 (23), 3998-4028, 2009
772009
A scatter search-based technique for pair-wise 3D range image registration in forensic anthropology
J Santamaría, O Cordón, S Damas, I Alemán, M Botella
Soft Computing 11 (9), 819-828, 2007
672007
A multiobjective model and evolutionary algorithms for robust time and space assembly line balancing under uncertain demand
M Chica, J Bautista, Ó Cordón, S Damas
Omega 58, 55-68, 2016
582016
An advanced multiobjective genetic algorithm design for the time and space assembly line balancing problem
M Chica, O Cordon, S Damas
Computers & Industrial Engineering 61 (1), 103-117, 2011
582011
Modeling the skull–face overlay uncertainty using fuzzy sets
O Ibánez, O Cordón, S Damas, J Santamaria
IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems 19 (5), 946-959, 2011
582011
Image registration with iterated local search
O Cordón, S Damas
Journal of Heuristics 12 (1-2), 73-94, 2006
582006
Evolutionary multi-objective optimization for mesh simplification of 3D open models
BR Campomanes-Álvarez, O Cordón, S Damas
Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering 20 (4), 375-390, 2013
472013
Including different kinds of preferences in a multi-objective ant algorithm for time and space assembly line balancing on different Nissan scenarios
M Chica, O Cordón, S Damas, J Bautista
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (1), 709-720, 2011
462011
A comparative study of multi-objective ant colony optimization algorithms for the time and space assembly line balancing problem
J Rada-Vilela, M Chica, Ó Cordón, S Damas
Applied Soft Computing 13 (11), 4370-4382, 2013
442013
Biomedical image segmentation using geometric deformable models and metaheuristics
P Mesejo, A Valsecchi, L Marrakchi-Kacem, S Cagnoni, S Damas
Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics 43, 167-178, 2015
432015
Dispersion assessment in the location of facial landmarks on photographs
BR Campomanes-Álvarez, O Ibáñez, F Navarro, I Alemán, O Cordón, ...
International journal of legal medicine 129 (1), 227-236, 2015
412015
A robustness information and visualization model for time and space assembly line balancing under uncertain demand
M Chica, Ó Cordón, S Damas, J Bautista
International Journal of Production Economics 145 (2), 761-772, 2013
412013
A cooperative coevolutionary approach dealing with the skull–face overlay uncertainty in forensic identification by craniofacial superimposition
O Ibánez, O Cordón, S Damas
Soft Computing 16 (5), 797-808, 2012
402012
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