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Magnetic resonance (MR) provides a non-invasive way to investigate changes in the brain resulting from aging or neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's disease (AD). Performing accurate analysis for population studies is challenging because of the interindividual anatomical variability. A large set of tools is found to perform studies of brain(More)
Physical activity (PA) and the energy expenditure it generates (PAEE) are increasingly shown to have impacts on everybody's health (e.g. development of chronic diseases) and to be key factors in maintaining the physical autonomy of elderlies. The SVELTE project objective was to develop an autonomous actimeter, easily wearable and with several days of(More)
"Objective" methods to monitor physical activity and sedentary patterns in free-living conditions are necessary to further our understanding of their impacts on health. In recent years, many software solutions capable of automatically identifying activity types from portable accelerometry data have been developed, with promising results in controlled(More)
Brain surfaces provide a reliable representation for cortical mapping. The construction of correct surfaces from magnetic resonance images (MRI) segmentation is a challenging task, especially when genus zero surfaces are required for further processing such as parameterization, partial inflation and registration. The generation of such surfaces has been(More)
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