Fabien Oberrietter

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New imaging technologies allow the acquisition of in vivo and in situ microscopic images at the cellular resolution in any part of the living body. The automated analysis of these images raises specific issues which require the development of new image processing techniques. In this work, we present some of these issues, and describe some recent advances of(More)
In vivo and in situ confocal images are often distorted by motion artifacts and soft tissue deformations. To measure small amplitude phenomena on this type of images, we have to compensate for those artifacts. We present in this paper a region of interest (ROI) tracking algorithm specialized for confocal imaging using a scanning device. Two different(More)
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