Bassel Solaiman

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This chapter presents a general overview and foundations of the DSmT, i.e. the recent theory of plausible and paradoxical reasoning developed by the authors, specially for the static or dynamic fusion of information arising from several independent but potentially highly conflicting, uncertain and imprecise sources of evidence. We introduce and justify here(More)
The interpretation of remotely sensed images in a spatiotemporal context is becoming a valuable research topic. However, the constant growth of data volume in remote sensing imaging makes reaching conclusions based on collected data a challenging task. Recently, datamining appears to be a promising research field leading to several interesting discoveries(More)
Biometrics-based hand authentication is among the most popular biometrics used to automatically characterize a person especially in forensic applications. Hand recognition systems are able to confirm or deny the identity of a claimed person because they do not cause anxiety for the users. However, different individuals may have almost similar hands.(More)
The purpose of this paper is to present an intelligent atlas of indexed endoscopic lesions that could be used in computer-assisted diagnosis as reference data. The development of such a system requires a mix of medical and engineering skills for analyzing and reproducing the cognitive processes that underlie the medical decision-making process. The analysis(More)
Nowadays, information fusion constitutes a challenging research topic. Our study proposes to achieve the fusion of several knowledge sources. This, in order to detect the esophagus inner wall from ultrasound medical images. After a brief description of information fusion concepts, we propose a system architecture including both model and data fusion. The(More)