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Publications depuis 2008

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Publications antérieures à 2008

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10 most recent publications

[hal-01826354] Kriging-based spatial interpolation from measurements for sound level mapping in urban areas

Network-based sound monitoring systems are deployed in various cities over the world and mobile applications allowing participatory sensing are now common. Nevertheless, the sparseness of the collected measurements, either in space or in time, complicates the production of sound maps. [...]

[hal-01841660] Images & Recipes: Retrieval in the cooking context

Recent advances in the machine learning community allowed different use cases to emerge, as its association to domains like cooking which created the computational cuisine. In this paper, we tackle the picture-recipe alignment problem, having as target application the large-scale retrieval task (finding a recipe given a picture, and vice versa). [...]

[hal-01846141] Polyp Detection Benchmark in Colonoscopy Videos using GTCreator: A Novel Fully Configurable Tool for Easy and Fast Annotation of Image Databases

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[hal-01839180] Information-Theoretic Limits of Strategic Communication

In this article, we investigate strategic information transmission over a noisy channel. This problem has been widely investigated in Economics, when the communication channel is perfect. Unlike in Information Theory, both encoder and decoder have distinct objectives and choose their encoding and decoding strategies accordingly. [...]

[hal-01843773] Towards Spectral Pulse Oximetry independent of motion artifacts

Pulse oximetry is one of the most commonly employed monitoring modalities in critical care setting. Conventional pulse oximeters use two leds at different wavelengths and a photodiode to estimate blood oxygen saturation noninvasively, based in the difference of absorption coefficients between hemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin. [...]

[hal-01843776] Toward an OFDM-based Technique for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

Fibrosis represents an open issue for medium to long-term active implants given that this biological medium surrounds the stimulation electrodes and can impact or modify the performances of the system. For this reason, Embedded Impedance Spectroscopy techniques has been investigated these last years to sense the fibrosis. [...]

[hal-01843781] A Multi-criterion, fully automated, HIgh-performance, Rapid Tool Assessing the Mucosal Visualization Quality of Still Images in Small Bowel Capsule Endoscopy

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[hal-01829484] IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY Geometrical Properties of Optimal Volterra Filters for Signal Detection

Volterra filters are a particular class of nonlinear filters defined by an extension of the concept of impulse response to the nonlinear case. Linear-quadratic filters are a special example of Volterra filters limited to the second order. In the first part of this paper it is shown that all the results recently published, valid in the linear-quadratic case, can be extended with the appropriate notations to Volterra filters of arbitrary order. [...]

[hal-01835422] A neural network algorithm for detection of GI angiectasia during small-bowel capsule endoscopy

Background and Aims Gastrointestinal angiectasia (GIA) is the most common small bowel (SB) vascular lesion, with an inherent risk of bleeding. SB Capsule Endoscopy (SB-CE) is the currently accepted diagnostic procedure. The aim of this study was to develop a computer-assisted diagnosis (CAD) tool for the detection of GIA. [...]

[hal-01822769] Impact de la scénarisation des séquences d'une classe inversée hybride sur l'engagement des étudiants en licence scientifique

Depuis 3 ans à l'université de Cergy-Pontoise, nous adoptons un dispositif d'enseignement hybride en classe inversée de type SPOC sur des modules de formation en informatique. Sur plusieurs cohortes de 60 à 350 étudiants de différents niveaux (L1, L2, L3) ou type de filière (en initial ou professionnalisation), nous avons pu tester et observer les effets des activités préalables à la séquence d'enseignement, du contrat pédagogique présenté à l'étudiant, de la mise en place de routine dans les séances, de l'enchaînement des évaluations formatives et sommatives et de l'encadrement des enseignants chargés d'assurer les TD. [...]