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** this was a student project (it is no more maintained)
 
** this was a student project (it is no more maintained)
 
** the dedicated page is <span style="background:yellow">[[TheoEvidenz|here]]</span>
 
** the dedicated page is <span style="background:yellow">[[TheoEvidenz|here]]</span>
** a modern version of this project is [[https://github.com/IGNF/evidence4j|here]]
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** a modern version of this project is [https://github.com/IGNF/evidence4j here]
   
 
== Lectures ==
 
== Lectures ==

Revision as of 18:19, 4 March 2015



Back to my homepage <--


Software Snapshots

  • Milena, a modern, efficient, and generic image processing library in C++
    • it is part of the Olena platform
    • the main project page is here
    • I'm ranked by Ohloh (!) here
  • eVidenZ, a free and general-purpose C++ library to implement some Dempster-Shafer engines (theory of belief functions):
    • this was a student project (it is no more maintained)
    • the dedicated page is here
    • a modern version of this project is here

Lectures

The courses I give at EPITA:

Students

Former PhD students:

Current PhD students:


Internship Proposals

The proposal below are for MSc students (M2); if you are interested (and to get extra info), just contact me thierry.geraud@lrde.epita.fr.

Text extraction from natural images

Keywords
  • image processing,
  • mathematical morphology,
  • tree-based reasoning,
  • algorithmic optimization.
Flavor
theory 10%
bibliography 10%
exploration 30%
algorithm design 30%
implementation and tests 20%

Exploration of new self-dual filters in mathematical morphology

Keywords
Flavor
theory 20%
bibliography 10%
exploration 30%
proof design 30%
implementation and tests 10%

Document image simplification

Keywords
  • image processing,
  • mathematical morphology,
  • tree-based reasoning,
  • algorithmic optimization.

Keywords:

  • image processing,
  • mathematical morphology,
  • document image analysis.
Flavor
theory 10%
bibliography 20%
exploration 40%
implementation and tests 30%