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  • 10.11.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - Graph-based deformable image registration

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    The next seminar of the A3SI team of the LIGM (Joint Research Unit of the Université Paris Est) will take place on Thursday 10 November From 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm ESIEE Paris, room 260. Graph-based deformable image registration: an application for optimized estimation of diffusion in DW-MR Evangelia Zacharaki CentraleSupelec - INRIA Abstract: During the past two decades, much of the research in image analysis was devoted to image registration, producing a large number of free software solutions. Most app ...

  • 15.09.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - Using statistics to justify vision algorithms

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    The next seminar of the team A3SI FILM (joint research unit of the University Paris Est) will be held Thursday, September 15 from 14:00 to 15:00 at ESIEE PARIS (room 260). Using statistics to justify vision algorithms Michael Lindenbaum Technion, Israël Abstract: Many of the most successful vision algorithms are based on clever heuristics. We study two algorithms and show that, under certain statistical models, they correspond to common statistical decisions. The first is the local variation (LV) algo ...

  • 30.06.2016 Seminar

    Seminar - Real-time scheduling of periodic constrained deadlines parallel DAGs

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    The next Joint A3SI-LRT Seminar of the LIGM (Joint Research Unit of the University of Paris-Est) will take place on Thursday June 30 from 14:00 to 15:00 at ESIEE PARIS (Room 260). Real-time scheduling of periodic constrained deadlines parallel DAGs Laurent George Equipe LRT, LIGM, ESIEE Abstract: Parallelism is becoming more important nowadays due to the increasing use of multiprocessor systems. A Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) is a general model of parallel tasks with inter-subtask parallelism. It consi ...

  • 14.06.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - Probabilistic real-time systems

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    Liliana Cucu-Grosjean, researcher at INRIA will be a seminar on real-time probabilistic systems LIGM June 14 at 11:00. Abstract Since the early work of Lehoczky on real-time queuing theory, probabilistic approaches have addressed many aspects of real-time systems. This presentation concentrates on the migration of probabilistic methods from modelling soft real-time systems to analysing hard real-time systems. The history of this migration is outlined over the last two decades, advancing under different b ...

  • 07.06.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM : Convergent geometric estimators with digital volume and surface integrals

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    The next seminar of the team A3SI FILM (joint research unit of the East Paris University) will be held Tuesday, June 7 from 11:00 to 12:00, room 260 (ESIEE Paris). Convergent geometric estimators with digital volume and surface integrals Jacques-Olivier Lachaud LAMA, Université de Savoie Résumé : This talk presents several methods to estimate geometric quantities on subsets of the digital space Z^d. We take an interest both on global geometric quantities like volume and area, and on local geometric qu ...

  • 18.03.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM : Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy for Medical Image Analysis: From Shape to Function and Pathology

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    Date : Friday, March 18 from 11:00 to 12:00, room 160 Yoshinobu Sato, NAIST, Japan Abstract: Computational anatomy models statistically represent inter-subject variability of human anatomy including individual organ shapes and their interrelations. These models are regarded as prior probabilities of human anatomy and can be utilized for Bayesian estimation problems related to anatomical identification. This talk presents medical image analysis of the abdominal organs and musculoskeletal structures usin ...

  • 18.02.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM : on connectivity of discretized explicit 2D curve and 3D surface

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    Date : Thursday, February 18 from 13:00 to 14:00, room 260 Akihiro Sugimoto - NII, Japan Abstract: Preserving connectivity is an important property commonly required for object discretization. Connectivity of a discretized object differs depending on how to discretize its original object. The morphological discretization is known to be capable of controlling the connectivity of a discretized object, by selecting appropriate structuring elements. The analytical approximation, which approximates the morpho ...

  • 15.12.2015 PhD

    Thesis Laurent Noël

    Abstract : Nowadays, computer generated images can be found everywhere, through a wide range of applications such as video games, cinema, architecture, publicity, artistic design, virtual reality, scientific visualization, lighting engineering, etc. Consequently, the need for visual realism and fast rendering is increasingly growing. Realistic rendering involves the estimation of global illumination through light transport simulation, a time consuming process for which the convergence rate generally decr ...

  • 14.10.2015 PhD

    Soutenance de thèse de Rafik Zitouni

    Software Defined Radio for Cognitive Wireless Sensor Networks: A reconfigurable IEEE 802.15.4 Standard Date: Wednesday 14th of October, 14:00 The Increasing number of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) applications has led industries to design the physical layer (PHY) of these networks following the IEEE 802.15.4 standard. The traditional design of that layer is on hardware suffering from a lack of flexibility of radio parameters, such as changing both frequency bands and modulations. This problem is emph ...

  • 12.10.2015 Seminar

    Séminaire LIGM - Stereo camera based drivable area detection for autonomous driving

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    Date: Monday 12th of October, 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., room 160 Stereo camera based drivable area detection for autonomous driving Takuya Nanri - Nissan Co., Japan Abstract: We propose a general-purpose road boundary detection method, which can detect low height curbs, curved curbs, vegetation and ditches. Many conventional methods based on Digital Elevation Map (DEM) can only deal with ordinary curbs because they focus on step-edge detection in DEM. The proposed method adopts a dedicated edge detectio ...