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Nos dix dernières publications

[hal-01896514] Belief Propagation algorithms for Automatic Chord Estimation

This work aims at making the coexistence of two completely different fields : telecomunications and Music Information Retrieval. If the researcher of MIR already use algorithms borrowed from voice signal processing, text recognition or image processing, no work using telecommunications algorithms have been produced. [...]

[hal-01891793] The Neck of Pinobo, a Low-cost Compliant Robot

We introduce in this paper a robotic neck with 3 degrees of freedom. The Pinobo’s neck has three important features: open source software, solid, and easy to made. This early prototype is light, fast and compliant. After explaining how to build the Pinobos neck, we analyze the different properties of this system in order to obtain a robust controller. [...]

[hal-01894136] Strong Coordination over Noisy Channels with Strictly Causal Encoding

We consider a network of two nodes separated by a noisy channel, in which the input and output signals have to be coordinated with the source and its reconstruction. In the case of strictly causal encoding and non-causal decoding, we prove inner and outer bounds for the strong coordination region and show that the inner bound is achievable with polar codes. [...]

[hal-01233398] IRIM at TRECVID 2015: Semantic Indexing

The IRIM group is a consortium of French teams supported by the GDR ISIS and working on Multimedia Indexing and Retrieval. This paper describes its participation to the TRECVID 2015 semantic indexing (SIN). Our approach uses a six-stages processing pipelines for computing scores for the likelihood of a video shot to contain a target concept. [...]

[hal-01822537] Synergistic control of a multi-segments vertebral column robot based on tensegrity for postural balance

We present a neuronal architecture to control a compliant robotic model of the human vertebral column for postural balance. The robotic structure is designed using the principle of tensegrity that ensures to be lightweight, auto-replicative with multi-degrees of freedom, flexible and also robust to perturbations. [...]

[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-01872152] The flow of ideologies between a political figure and a militant community: a CMC corpora analysis


[hal-01700298] A Probabilistic Parallel Bit-Flipping Decoder for Low-Density Parity-Check Codes

This paper presents a new Bit Flipping (BF) decoder, called the Probabilistic Parallel Bit Flipping (PPBF) for Low-Density Parity-Check (LDPC) codes on the Binary Symmetric Channel. In the PPBF, the flipping operation is performed in a probabilistic manner which is shown to improve significantly the error correction performance. [...]

[hal-01872164] CRMcr - a CIDOC-CRM extension for supporting semantic interoperability in the conservation and restoration domain


[lirmm-00269655] Metrics for Reconfigurable Architectures Characterization: Remanence and Scalability

Target applications for mobile devices such as PDA and cellular telephones require increasingly powerful architectures. This challenge has spawned different hardware acceleration styles like configurable instruction set processors, coprocessors, and ASIC. Despite acceptable, these solutions show today a lack of flexibility considering rapidly changing standards. [...]