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Multimodal prior

Multimodal priorSophia-Antipolis, France (2009). Model-based image segmentation requires prior information about the appearance of a structure in the image. Instead of relying on Principal Component Analysis (PCA) such as in Statistical Appearance Models (SAM), we propose a novel appearance prior based on a regional clustering of intensity profiles that does not rely on an accurate pointwise registration. Learn more


ORASIS 2009 – Conference

ORASIS 2009 – ConferenceFrançois Chung, Jérôme Schmid, Olivier Clatz, Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, Hervé Delingette: Reconstruction 3D des structures anatomiques des membres inférieurs. ORASIS’09: Congrès des jeunes chercheurs en vision par ordinateur, Association Française pour la Reconnaissance et l’Interprétation des Formes (AFRIF), Trégastel, 2009. Learn more


3D reconstruction

 3D reconstructionGeneva, Switzerland (2009). In this work, we are interested in the 3D reconstruction of the lower limb anatomical structures. The proposed method starts with a Magnetic Resonance (MR) image acquisition during which the lower limb of a subject is scanned. 3D models are generated after a manual segmentation of the anatomical structures. However, the surface of the models appears not to be smooth and the models are not attached whereas they should be anatomically. Learn more


3DPH 2009 – Book chapter

3DPH 2009 – Book chapterJérôme Schmid, Anders Sandholm, François Chung, Daniel Thalmann, Hervé Delingette, Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann: Musculoskeletal simulation model generation from MRI datasets and motion capture data. In: Magnenat-Thalmann, Nadia; Zhang, Jian; Feng, David (Ed.): Recent Advances in the 3D Physiological Human (3DPH), pp. 3-19, Springer-Verlag, London, 2009. Learn more


Musculoskeletal simulation

Musculoskeletal simulationAalborg, Denmark (2009). Computer models and simulations of the musculoskeletal system are widely used to study the mechanisms behind human gait and its disorders. To create musculoskeletal models, the common method consists in using a generic model based on data derived from anatomical and biomechanical studies of cadaveric specimens. To adapt this generic model to a specific subject, the usual method consists in scaling it. Learn more


CCIA 2006 – Conference

CCIA 2006 – ConferenceEmili Hernàndez, Pere Ridao, Marc Carreras, David Ribas, Narcís Palomeras, Andres El-Fakdi, François Chung, Toni Almohaya, Xavier Ribas, Guillermo García de Marina, Joan Massich, Natàlia Hurtós: ICTINEU AUV, un robot per a competir. CCIA 2006: Congrés Català d’Intel.ligència Artificial, Associació Catalana d’Intel.ligència Artificial (ACIA), Perpignan, 2006. Learn more


SAUC-E competition

SAUC-E competitionGirona, Spain (2006). Inspired by the American competitions, SAUC-E (Student Autonomous Underwater Challenge – Europe) is the first underwater robotics competition for students to be held in Europe. To be eligible, a group of students must design and build a robot capable of carrying out, autonomously, a mission predefined by the organization in the underwater environment. Learn more




Centralized supervision

Centralized supervisionBrussels, Belgium (2005). To ensure the permanent availability of their Information Technology (IT) infrastructure, companies have quickly realized that supervision had become a key resource. Many supervision software are available but Nagios is certainly the most common open source software and the most followed by the developer community. In this work, we developed a centralized supervision system of the IT infrastructure of the EASI company. Learn more