Clément Dorffer

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In this paper, we consider the problem of blindly calibrating a mobile sensor network-i.e., determining the gain and the offset of each sensor-from heterogeneous observations on a defined spatial area over time. For that purpose, we previously proposed a blind sensor calibration method based on Weighted Informed Nonnegative Matrix Factorization with missing(More)
Source apportionment is a very challenging topic for which non-negative source separation is well-suited. Recently, we proposed several informed Non-negative Matrix Factorization (NMF) for which some expert knowledge was introduced. These methods were all dealing with some set values of one factor together with the row sum-to-one property by either(More)
In this paper we aim to blindly calibrate a mobile sensor network whose sensor outputs and the sensed phenomenon are linked by a polynomial relationship. The proposed approach is based on a novel informed semi-nonnegative matrix factorization with a Vandermonde factor matrix. The proposed approach outperforms a matrix-completion-based method in a(More)
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