Publications depuis 2008

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Publications antérieures à 2008

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10 most recent publications

[hal-02519114] Preliminary Study of Fibrotic Cardiac Tissues Characterization Using Impedance Spectroscopy


[hal-02510473] DIABLO: Dictionary-based attention block for deep metric learning

Recent breakthroughs in representation learning of unseen classes and examples have been made in deep metric learning by training at the same time the image representations and a corresponding metric with deep networks. Recent contributions mostly address the training part (loss functions, sampling strategies, etc. [...]

[hal-02517465] Optimal Resource Allocation in Joint Secret Key Generation and Data Transfer Schemes

Due to computational complexity and latency constraints in the nodes of many IoT systems, alternatives are sought for session key generation schemes that rely on public key encryption. In this work we investigate novel cross-layer security protocols in which session keys are generated at the physical layer using standard techniques of secret key generation (SKG) from shared randomness. [...]

[hal-02517455] Man-in-the-Middle and Denial of Service Attacks in Wireless Secret Key Generation

Wireless secret key generation (W-SKG) from shared randomness (e.g., from the wireless channel fading realizations), is a well established scheme that can be used for session key agreement. W-SKG approaches can be of particular interest in delay constrained wireless networks and notably in the context of ultra reliable low latency communications (URLLC) in beyond fifth generation (B5G) systems. [...]

[hal-02517450] Subcarrier Scheduling for Joint Data Transfer and Key Generation Schemes in Multicarrier Systems

In computational complexity and latency constrained emerging 5G applications, e.g., autonomous vehicles, haptic communications and enhanced reality, secret key generation (SKG) at the physical layer could be considered as an alternative to currently used key agreement schemes. [...]

[hal-02518659] Effective Secrecy Rate for a Downlink NOMA Network

In this paper, a novel approach is introduced to study the achievable delay-guaranteed secrecy rate, by introducing the concept of the effective secrecy rate (ESR). This study focuses on the downlink of a non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) network with one base station, multiple single-antenna NOMA users and an eavesdropper. [...]

[hal-02517474] Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access Networks Under QoS Delay Constraints

The multiple access technique allows users to share the allotted spectrum in the most effective manner. It can be classified in the orthogonal multiple access (OMA) techniques which is based on the time/frequency/code domain (TDMA, OFDMA, ...) or in the non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) techniques. [...]

[hal-02478342] Visitor or artefact ! An experiment with a humanoid robot at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris


[hal-02518276] Preliminary Investigation Towards Embedded Impedance Spectroscopy in Implanted Stimulators

This paper presents a preliminary study of impedance spectroscopy compatible with cardiac pacing implants, for the long-term monitoring of the fibrosis around electrodes. The multisine broadband technique have been implemented successfully in a characterization bench centered on a typical neuro-stimulator, with a high level of precision in measuring impedance of cardiac cells in vitro. [...]

[hal-02512051] Active Vision : on the relevance of a Bio-inspired approach for object detection

Starting from biological systems, we review the interest of active perception for object recognition in an autonomous system. Foveated vision and control of the eye saccade introduce strong benefits related to the differentiation of a "what" pathway recognizing some local parts in the image and a "where" pathway related to moving the fovea in that part of the image. [...]