Ewen Carcreff

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This paper deals with the estimation of the arrival times of overlapping ultrasonic echoes. We focus on approaches based on discrete sparse deconvolution. Such methods are limited by the time resolution imposed by the model discretization, which is usually considered at the data sampling rate. In order to get closer to the continuous-time model, we propose(More)
Ultrasonic inverse problems such as spike train deconvolution, synthetic aperture focusing, or tomography attempt to reconstruct spatial properties of an object (discontinuities, delaminations, flaws, etc.) from noisy and incomplete measurements. They require an accurate description of the data acquisition process. Dealing with frequency-dependent(More)
The acoustic modality yields non destructive testing techniques of choice for indepth investigation. Given a precise model of acoustic wave propagation in materials of possibly complex structures, acoustical imaging amounts to the so-called acoustic wave inversion. A less ambitious approach consists in processing pulse-echo data (typically, Aor B-scans) to(More)
Ultrasonic non-destructive testing (NDT) is a standard process for detecting flaws or discontinuities in industrial parts. A pulse is emitted by an ultrasonic transducer through a material, and a reflected wave is produced at each impedance change. In many cases, echoes can overlap in the received signal and deconvolution can be applied to perform echo(More)
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