G. Tribillon

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The interest in, and the need for effective measures to be used in screening, diagnosis, and the follow-up of skeletal pathologies is growing markedly. This paper proposes a completely new and non-invasive technique allowing the study of the human tibia bone marrow (BM) haemodynamics with a time resolution of 1 s. The technique, based on near infrared(More)
It is demonstrated in the short head of the human biceps brachii of 16 healthy subjects (12 males and 4 females) that near infrared photon migration is anisotropic. The probability for a photon to travel along the direction of the muscle fibres is higher (approximately 0.4) than that of travelling along a perpendicular axis (approximately 0.3) while in the(More)
We describe an interferometric heterodyne vibrometer that uses a laser diode with a triangular modulation frequency. This optical sensor is used to probe a vibrating polished surface. As an illustration of the sensor performance, the control of nonuniform velocity of a linear motor is achieved. The technique can be used over a large bandwidth between a few(More)
The realization of an optical fibre sensor applied to cryogenic temperature measurement in harsh environments is presented. The measurement principle is based on the analysis of the decay-time of the fluorescence emitted by special doped crystals, the excited state lifetimes of which are greatly dependent on temperature. The sensor is intended to work in(More)
Double modulation-in frequency and intensity-of the power spectral distribution of a light beam is proposed for interferometric profilometry. The procedure is based on two facts: (1) the continuous spectrum of a light source is frequency modulated by the path difference in an interferometric device, (2) the continuous spectrum of a light source is intensity(More)
The determination of the specific information in a message has proved of interest in coding (for instance in a hologram) as well as in data processing itself. Also, simple considerations about the definition of optical information have grown into several groups of processing methods. At first the concept of characteristic spatial frequency bands, which(More)
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