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Maria Kulikova

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Former PhD Student, University of Nice - Sophia-Antipolis - France

motcle Keywords : High Order Active Contours, Active contours, MCMC, Segmentation, Classification, Object extraction, Trees / Forest, Super-resolution
projets Projects : Mode de Vie, Shapes
demos Demos : see this author's demos
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Mail :MariadotSdotKulikovaatgmaildotcom
Phone :+33-(0)4-92-38-75-69
Fax :+33-(0)4-92-38-76-43
Postal adress :INRIA Sophia Antipolis
2004, route des Lucioles
06902 Sophia Antipolis Cedex
France
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plus Abstract :

The resolution of optical satellite and aerial images is continually increasing. Resolutions range from several tens of centimeters down to several centimeters. At that level, the geometry of objects is clearly visible.

Recently defined stochastic models for image analysis based on point processes have the advantage of being able to take into account geometrical information, in comparison with classical approaches such as Markov random fields. The principle is to define a probabilty density in the space of configurations of simple geometrical objects like discs, ellipses or rectangles. The resulting models have been applied in the Ariana project to the extraction of different carthographical items, such as roads, buildings, and trees. Our aim is to generalize this approach to arbitrarily shaped objects in the image.

plus Short Bio :

10.2006-12.2009 ► PhD au projet Ariana, INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, supervisé par I.Jermyn, X. descombes, and J.Zerubia

04.2006-09.2006 ► Stage du Master MVA au project Ariana, INRIA Sophia Antipolis

2005-2006 ► Ecole Normal Superieur de Cachan (ENS-Cachan). Master recherche en mathématiques appliquées, spécialité «Mathématiques Vision et Apprentissage».

1999-2005 ► Ecole d’Aéronautique de Moscou (MAI). Etudes d'ingénieur en mathématiques appliquées, spécialité « Equation différentielles et Modélisation mathématique en économie ».

plus Teaching :

01.2009-06.2009 ► TDs de Création et Manipulation de Documents (avec XHTML, XML, LaTeX, OOffice), 1er cycle, Polytech'Nice Sophia- Antipolis

01.2008-06.2008 ► TDs de Création et Manipulation de Documents (avec (X)HTML, XML, LaTeX, MSOffice), 1er cycle, Polytech'Nice Sophia- Antipolis

01.2007-06.2007 ► TDs de Jeu & Stratégie, 1er cycle, Polytech'Nice Sophia- Antipolis

plus Last publications in Ariana Research Group :
A Marked Point Process Model Including Strong Prior Shape Information Applied to Multiple Object Extraction From Images.
M. S. Kulikova and I. H. Jermyn and X. Descombes and E. Zhizhina and J. Zerubia. International Journal of Computer Vision and Image Processing, 1(2): pages 1-12, 2011.
Keywords : Active contour, Marked point process, multiple birth-and-death dynamics, multiple object extraction, Shape prior.
Extraction of arbitrarily shaped objects using stochastic multiple birth-and-death dynamics and active contours.
M. S. Kulikova and I. H. Jermyn and X. Descombes and E. Zhizhina and J. Zerubia. In Proc. IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging, San Jose, USA, January 2010.
Keywords : Object extraction, Marked point process, Shape prior, Active contour, birth-and-death dynamics.
Copyright : Copyright 2010 by SPIE and IS&T. This paper was published in the proceedings of IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging 2010 Conference in San Jose, USA, and is made available as an electronic reprint with permission of SPIE and IS&T. One print or electronic copy may be made for personal use only. Systematic or multiple reproduction, distribution to multiple locations via electronic or other means, duplication of any material in this paper for a fee or for commercial purposes, or modification of the content of the paper are prohibited.
Shape recognition for image scene analysis.
M. S. Kulikova. PhD Thesis, Universite de Nice - Sophia-Antipolis, December 2009.
Keywords : tree crown , Classification, Shape, multiple object extraction, Marked point process, Shape prior.
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