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PhD Thesis and Habilitation
1 - Phase fields for network extraction from images.
A. El Ghoul. PhD Thesis, Universite de Nice - Sophia-Antipolis, September 2010.
Keywords : Shape prior, Higher-order actif contours, Phase Field, Stability analysis, Directed networks, river extraction.

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3 Conference articles
1 - A theoretical and numerical study of a phase field higher-order active contour model of directed networks.
A. El Ghoul and I. H. Jermyn and J. Zerubia. In The Tenth Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV), Queenstown, New Zealand, November 2010.
Keywords : Phase Field, Shape prior, Directed networks, Stability analysis, river extraction, remote sensing.
Copyright : Springer-Verlag GmbH Berlin Heidelberg
2 - Segmentation of networks from VHR remote sensing images using a directed phase field HOAC model.
A. El Ghoul and I. H. Jermyn and J. Zerubia. In Proc. ISPRS Technical Commission III Symposium on Photogrammetry Computer Vision and Image Analysis (PCV), Paris, France, September 2010.
Keywords : Phase Field, Shape prior, Directed networks, Road network extraction, river extraction, remote sensing.
Copyright : ISPRS
3 - Phase diagram of a long bar under a higher-order active contour energy: application to hydrographic network extraction from VHR satellite images.
A. El Ghoul and I. H. Jermyn and J. Zerubia. In International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR), Tampa, Florida, December 2008.
Keywords : Phase diagram, Higher-order actif contours, Shape, river extraction.

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