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- Francesco De Comité, Rémi Gilleron, Marc Tommasi
- MLDM
- 2003

HAL is a multidisciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and research institutions in France or abroad, or from public or private research centers. L'archive ouverte pluridisciplinaire HAL, est destinée au dépôt età la diffusion… (More)

In many learning problems, labeled examples are rare or expensive while numerous unlabeled and positive examples are available. However, most learning algorithms only use labeled examples. Thus we address the problem of learning with the help of positive and unlabeled data given a small number of labeled examples. We present both theoretical and empirical… (More)

Anamorphoses are distorted images that need to be seen from a special point of view in order to reconstruct the correct image (perspectival anamorphosis). In catoptric anamorphoses, a mirror is used to restore the original image. We describe an effective procedure, using ray-tracing software, to define, test and build general catoptric anamorphoses. Users… (More)

We define a new kind of anamorphosis, where the distorted image is a three-dimensional object, whose reflection in a mirror restores the hidden design. A chain of softwares and programming languages are used in order to build the sculpture, using a 3D printer. This work, through the genesis of the idea, the elaboration of software tools and solutions, and… (More)

Circle packing can be seen as the art of placing tangent circles on the plane, leaving as little unoccupied space as possible. Circle packing is a very attractive field of mathematics, from several points of view. It contains interesting and complex questions, both mathematical and algorithmical, and keeps its properties through a wide range of geometric… (More)

The Heilbronn problem for triangle[Wei] is defined as follows: place N points inside a triangle of unit area, so as to maximize the area of the smallest triangle obtained by choosing 3 points among N. Several authors worked towards finding lower bounds or optimal configurations of points. In this paper, we propose upper bounds for those problems, obtained… (More)

- Francesco De Comité, Jean-Paul Delahaye
- ArXiv
- 2009

- Max Dauchet, Francesco De Comité
- RTA
- 1987

- Francesco De Comité, Laurent Grisoni
- SIGGRAPH Asia Art Papers
- 2015

Anamorphoses have been know for centuries, as distorted images needing to be seen in a mirror from a special point of view in order to see the non-distorted image. During Renaissance, they have been associated to mathematical techniques for drawing such pictures efficiently, on specific mirror shapes (in the case of cylindrical or conical mirrors). We can… (More)

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