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Alberto Maria Segre
Alberto Maria Segre
Professor and Chair, Gerard P Weeg Faculty Scholar in Informatics, Department of Computer Science
Verified email at uiowa.edu - Homepage
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Mapping autism risk loci using genetic linkage and chromosomal rearrangements
Nature genetics 39 (3), 319-328, 2007
16552007
The use of Twitter to track levels of disease activity and public concern in the US during the influenza A H1N1 pandemic
A Signorini, AM Segre, PM Polgreen
PloS one 6 (5), e19467, 2011
14842011
Estimating Time Physicians And Other Healthcare Workers Spend With Patients In An Intensive Care Unit Using A Sensor Network
RR Butler, MN Monsalve, AM Segre, T Herman, PM Polgreen, ...
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 193, 1, 2016
2092016
Machine learning of robot assembly plans
AM Segre
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
1362012
Using sensor networks to study the effect of peripatetic healthcare workers on the spread of hospital-associated infections
T Hornbeck, D Naylor, AM Segre, G Thomas, T Herman, PM Polgreen
The Journal of infectious diseases 206 (10), 1549-1557, 2012
1222012
Gamifying accelerometer use increases physical activity levels of sedentary office workers
AL Gremaud, LJ Carr, JE Simmering, NJ Evans, JF Cremer, AM Segre, ...
Journal of the American Heart Association 7 (13), e007735, 2018
832018
Explanation-based manipulator learning: Acquisition of planning ability through observation
A Segre, G DeJong
Proceedings. 1985 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2 …, 1985
801985
Method for automated monitoring of hand hygiene adherence without radio-frequency identification
PM Polgreen, CS Hlady, MA Severson, AM Segre, T Herman
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 31 (12), 1294-1297, 2010
782010
On the operationality/generality trade-off in explanation-based learning
AM Segre
Cornell University, 1987
771987
Prioritizing healthcare worker vaccinations on the basis of social network analysis
PM Polgreen, TL Tassier, SV Pemmaraju, AM Segre
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 31 (9), 893-900, 2010
712010
Monitoring hand hygiene via human observers: how should we be sampling?
J Fries, AM Segre, G Thomas, T Herman, K Ellingson, PM Polgreen
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 33 (7), 689-695, 2012
672012
Healthcare personnel perceptions of hand hygiene monitoring technology
K Ellingson, PM Polgreen, A Schneider, L Shinkunas, LC Kaldjian, ...
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 32 (11), 1091-1096, 2011
662011
Center competition and outcomes following liver transplantation
JB Halldorson, HJ Paarsch, JL Dodge, AM Segre, J Lai, JP Roberts
Liver Transplantation 19 (1), 96-104, 2013
642013
Bias-driven revision of logical domain theories
M Koppel, R Feldman, AM Segre
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 1, 159-208, 1993
631993
The effect of automated text messaging and goal setting on pedometer adherence and physical activity in patients with diabetes: a randomized controlled trial
LA Polgreen, C Anthony, L Carr, JE Simmering, NJ Evans, ED Foster, ...
PloS one 13 (5), e0195797, 2018
622018
Do peer effects improve hand hygiene adherence among healthcare workers?
MN Monsalve, SV Pemmaraju, GW Thomas, T Herman, AM Segre, ...
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 35 (10), 1277-1285, 2014
612014
A distributed learning algorithm for Bayesian inference networks
W Lam, AM Segre
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 14 (1), 93-105, 2002
542002
Outpatient blood pressure monitoring using bi–directional text messaging
CA Anthony, LA Polgreen, J Chounramany, ED Foster, CJ Goerdt, ...
Journal of the American Society of Hypertension 9 (5), 375-381, 2015
472015
A critical look at experimental evaluations of EBL
A Segre, C Elkan, A Russell
Machine Learning 6, 183-195, 1991
461991
A mobile handheld computing application for recording hand hygiene observations
CS Hlady, MA Severson, AM Segre, PM Polgreen
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 31 (9), 975-977, 2010
432010
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