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  • 26.04.2017 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - An Adversarial Regularization for Semi-Supervised Training of Structured Output Neural Networks

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    A seminar of the A3SI team of the LIGM (joint research unit of the University Paris Est) will take place on Wednesday 26 April at 13.45 in the B 412 meeting room of the IMAGINE group (ENPC - Bat Coriolis). An Adversarial Regularization for Semi-Supervised Training of Structured Output Neural Networks Mateusz Kozinski GREYC, Université de Caen Abstract: My talk is is going to be focused on semi-supervised training of structured-output neural networks. The problem is of broad interest, because training de ...

  • 03.02.2017 Seminar

    Seminair LIGM - Discrete polynomial curve fitting in the presence of outlier

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    The next seminar of the A3SI team of the LIGM (Joint Research Unit of the University Paris Est) will take place on Friday, February 3rd from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm at ESIEE Paris (Room 110). Discrete polynomial curve fitting in the presence of outlier Akihiro Sugimoto National Institute of Informatics, Japan Abstract: This presentation deals with the problem of fitting a discrete polynomial curve to 2D data in the presence of outliers.  We use a discrete polynomial curve model achieving connectivity in ...

  • 19.01.2017 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - Surgical Data Science

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    The next seminar of the A3SI team of the LIGM (joint research unit of the University Paris Est) will take place on Thursday 19 January from 13:30 to 14:30, ESIEE Paris (room 260). Surgical Data Science for Decision Making Support and Knowledge Discovery in Deep Brain Stimulation Pierre Jannin MediCIS, INSERM, Université de Rennes Abstract: High frequency and continuous electrical stimulation of deep brain structures (DBS) has been demonstrated as an efficient minimally invasive surgical treatment for ...

  • 10.01.2017 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - Multi Agent Systems

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    The next seminar of the A3SI team of the LIGM (joint research unit of the University Paris Est) will take place on Monday 9th January from 11 am to 12 pm, in ESIEE PARIS (room 210). Multi A(ge)nt Systems Alfred M. Bruckstein Ollendorff Professor of Science, The Technion Abstract: We discuss a paradigm of ant-robotics, based on ideas from ant-colony behavior. Lots of identical agents in interaction can achieve amazing feats due to carefully programmed rules of local interaction. We shall present some ...

  • 01.12.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - Distributed modeling of visual perception

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    The next seminar of the A3SI team of the LIGM (Joint Research Unit of the University Paris Est) will take place on Thursday 1 December from 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm at ESIEE Paris (Room 260). Distributed modeling of visual perception Chaohui Wang UPEM, A3SI, LIGM Abstract: Distributed modeling, which formulates the problem of interest via a sum of energy terms each involving a small subset of variables, is one main methodology for addressing visual perception problems. We have been investigating such a methodo ...

  • 17.11.2016 Seminar

    Seminar LIGM - Illuminating a convex body

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    The next seminar of the A3SI team of the LIGM (joint research unit of the University of Paris East) will take place on Thursday 17 November from 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm at ESIEE Paris (room 260). Illuminating a convex body Márton Naszódi EPFL (Suisse), Eötvös University (Hongrie) Abstract: A light source p in the d-dimensional real space illuminates a boundary point b of a convex body K, if the ray emanating from b in the direction pb intersects the interior of K. As is easy to see, the minimum number o ...

  • 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 ...