Content
logo INRIA
logo Ariana
Publications ~ Elena Zhizhina Thursday, October 19th 2017, 22:08

Publications of Elena Zhizhina

Document Actions
  • Print this page
Result of the query in the list of publications :


cherchernew search | bibtex get the bibtex



navigation : precedente 1 - 2 suivante

display : 10 per page | 20 per page | 50 per page
6 Articles
1 - 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.
2 - A Point Process for Fully Automatic Road Network Detection in Satellite and Aerial Images.
P. Cariou and X. Descombes and E. Zhizhina. Problems of Information Transmission, 10(3): pages 247-256, 2010.
Keywords : Marked point process, birth and death process, Road network extraction.
3 - Object Extraction Using a Stochastic Birth-and-Death Dynamics in Continuum.
X. Descombes and R. Minlos and E. Zhizhina. Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, 33(3): pages 347-359, 2009.
Keywords : birth and death process, Marked point process, Object extraction.
Copyright : Springer
4 - The Gibbs fields approach and related dynamics in image processing.
X. Descombes and E. Zhizhina. Condensed Matter Physics, 11(2(54)): pages 293-312, 2008.
Copyright : Institute for Condensed Matter
5 - Applications of Gibbs fields methods to image processing problems.
X. Descombes and E. Zhizhina. Problems of Information Transmission, 40(3): pages 108--125, September 2004.
Note : in Russian
6 - Applications of Gibbs fields methods to image processing problems.
X. Descombes and E. Zhizhina. Problems of Information Transmission, 40(3): pages 279-295, September 2004.
Note : in English

fleche top of the page

4 Conference articles
1 - 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.
2 - A marked point process model with strong prior shape information for extraction of multiple, arbitrarily-shaped objects.
M. S. Kulikova and I. H. Jermyn and X. Descombes and E. Zhizhina and J. Zerubia. In Proc. IEEE SITIS, Publ. IEEE Computer Society, Marrakech, Maroc, December 2009.
Keywords : Object extraction, Marked point process, Shape prior, Active contour, multiple birth-and-death dynamics.
3 - Reconstruction 3D du bâti par la technique des ombres chinoises.
P. Lukashevish and A. Kraushonak and X. Descombes and J.D. Durou and B. Zalessky and E. Zhizhina. In GRETSI Dijon, Dijon, France, November 2009.
Keywords : 3D reconstruction.
4 - Image deconvolution using a stochastic differential equation approach.
X. Descombes and M. Lebellego and E. Zhizhina. In Proc. nternational Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications, Barcelona, Spain, March 2007.
Keywords : Deconvolution, Stochastic Differential Equation.

fleche top of the page

navigation : precedente 1 - 2 suivante

display : 10 per page | 20 per page | 50 per page


These pages were generated by bib2sql
Copyright © 2005 - Project Ariana - webmaster
  • WCAG
  • valid XHTML
  • valid CSS