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2 Articles
1 - Incorporating generic and specific prior knowledge in a multi-scale phase field model for road extraction from VHR images.
T. Peng and I. H. Jermyn and V. Prinet and J. Zerubia. IEEE Trans. Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 1(2): pages 139--146, June 2008.
Keywords : Dense urban areas, Geographic Information System (GIS), Multiscale, Road network, Variational methods, Very high resolution.
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2 - Richardson-Lucy Algorithm with Total Variation Regularization for 3D Confocal Microscope Deconvolution.
N. Dey and L. Blanc-Féraud and C. Zimmer and Z. Kam and P. Roux and J.C. Olivo-Marin and J. Zerubia. Microscopy Research Technique, 69: pages 260-266, April 2006.
Keywords : Confocal microscopy, Variational methods, Total variation, Deconvolution.

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2 PhD Thesis and Habilitations
1 - Détection de Filaments dans des images 2D et 3D; modélisation, étude mathématique et algorithmes..
A. Baudour. PhD Thesis, Universite de Nice Sophia Antipolis, May 2009.
Keywords : imagerie 3D, Segmentation, filaments, Deconvolution, Variational methods, mocroscopie confocale.
2 - Sur quelques Problèmes Inverses en Traitement d'Image.
L. Blanc-Féraud. Habilitation à diriger des Recherches, Universite de Nice Sophia Antipolis, July 2000.
Keywords : Partial differential equation, Restoration, Regularization, Gamma Convergence, Variational methods.

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2 Conference articles
1 - An extended phase field higher-order active contour model for networks and its application to road network extraction from VHR satellite images.
T. Peng and I. H. Jermyn and V. Prinet and J. Zerubia. In Proc. European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), Marseille, France, October 2008.
Keywords : Dense urban area, Phase Field, Road network, Variational methods, Very high resolution.
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2 - Extraction of main and secondary roads in VHR images using a higher-order phase field model.
T. Peng and I. H. Jermyn and V. Prinet and J. Zerubia. In Proc. XXI ISPRS Congress, Part A, pages 215-22, Beijing, China, July 2008.
Keywords : Road network, Urban areas, Satellite images, Segmentation, Modelling, Variational methods.
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4 Technical and Research Reports
1 - Classification d'Images Multibandes par Modèles Variationnels.
C. Samson and L. Blanc-Féraud and G. Aubert and J. Zerubia. Research Report 4010, Inria, September 2000.
Keywords : Variational methods, Classification, Active contour, Level sets, Gamma Convergence.
2 - Étude de la restitution des paramètres instrumentaux en imagerie satellitaire.
A. Jalobeanu and L. Blanc-Féraud and J. Zerubia. Research Report 3957, Inria, June 2000.
Keywords : Deconvolution, Markov Fields, Likelihood maximum, Variational methods.
3 - Image Classification Using a Variational Approach.
C. Samson and L. Blanc-Féraud and G. Aubert and J. Zerubia. Research Report 3523, Inria, October 1998.
Keywords : Classification, Variational methods.
4 - Estimation d'hyperparamètres pour la restauration d'images satellitaires par une méthode MCMCML.
A. Jalobeanu and L. Blanc-Féraud and J. Zerubia. Research Report 3469, Inria, August 1998.
Keywords : Markov Fields, Regularization, Variational methods, Likelihood maximum.

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