Who are we?
ETIS is located in Cergy, 30kms NW from Paris.
ETIS research concerns four main domains:
- MIDI: Multimedia Indexing and Data Integration
- ICI: Information, Communications, Imagery
- ASTRE: Architectures, Systems, Technologies for embedded REconfigurables units
- NEURO: Neurocybernetics
Joint Scheduling and Power Allocation in Cognitive Radio Systems
This paper investigates a joint spectrum scheduling and power allocation problem in Cognitive Radio (CR) network composed of several secondary (SU) and primary users (PU). The objective is to minimize the overall SU system power consumption (over several orthogonal frequency bands) under minimum Quality of Service (QoS) constraints, maximum peak and average interference to the PUs constraints. [...]
A FPGA-Based Detection of QRS Complexes in ECG Signal
Amina El Hassen
This paper presents an FPGA-based algorithm for automatic detection of QRS complexes in ECG signals. The proposed algorithm is divided into 3 blocks: Filtering, Contrast Enhancement, and finally a Detection block based on time and amplitude thresholding of the enhanced data. [...]
Extra-intestinal malignancies in inflammatory bowel diseases: An update with emphasis on MDCT and MR imaging features.
Rényi Divergence As Contrast Metric For Object Detection In Noisy Images
A binary detection task on the presence or absence of an object over a background in noisy images is studied based on a contrast metric taken as the R´enyi divergence. The analysis extends, and contains as a special case, previous works realized for the same detection task on the comparison of the Kullback-Leibler divergence and the Bhattacharryya divergence. [...]
Smart Videocapsule for Early Diagnosis of Colorectal Cancer: Toward Embedded Image Analysis
For the last 20 years, wireless videocapsule technology has triggered a lot of interest in the gastroenterologist community for the non-invasive early detection of various gastrointestinal pathologies (ulcers, Chrones disease, polyp detection, etc.). Nevertheless, in most of the European countries videocapsules are not yet considered as a systematic valid alternative to classic endoscopies and colonoscopies. [...]