Benoît Alain

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We present an original error-diffusion method which produces visually pleasant halftone images while preserving fine details and visually identifiable structures present in the original images. Our method is conceptually simple and computationally efficient. The source image is analyzed, and its local frequency content is detected. The main component of the(More)
The number of common adjacencies of genetic markers, as a measure of the similarity of two genomes, has been widely used as indicator of evolutionary relatedness and as the basis for inferring phylogenetic relationships. Its probability distribution enables statistical tests in detecting whether significant evolutionary signal remains in the marker order.(More)
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