Jérémie Pescatore

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This paper deals with the modeling of a vascular C-arm to generate 3D augmented fluoroscopic images in an interventional radiology context. A methodology based on the use of a multi-image calibration is proposed to assess the physical behavior of the C-arm. From the knowledge of the main characteristics of the C-arm, realistic models of the acquisition(More)
A new method based on a multiresolution approach for solving the ill-posed problem of brain electrical activity reconstruction from electroencephaloram (EEG)/magnetoencephalogram (MEG) signals is proposed in a distributed source model. At each step of the algorithm, a regularized solution to the inverse problem is used to constrain the source space on the(More)
Image guided interventions have seen growing interest in recent years. The use of X-rays for the procedure impels limiting the dose over time. Image sequences obtained thereby exhibit high levels of noise and very low contrasts. Hence, the development of efficient methods to enable optimal visualization of these sequences is crucial. We propose an original(More)
We propose a temporal motion-compensated filter operating on dual-tree complex wavelet coefficients to denoise low-dose X-ray sequences. This filter allows for a great noise reduction while preserving moving objects and structures. We take advantage of the properties of multi-scale spaces to perform a fast and robust motion tracking. The result of this step(More)
This paper deals with topological analysis of sets of tetrahedra (''tetrahedral meshes'' of three-dimensional objects). We introduce a definition of simple elements for any normal tet-rahedral representation. Then we prove a local characterization of simple tetrahedra in the case of a scene composed of one object and its background, based on homology groups(More)
We propose an image denoising method which takes curvelet domain inter-scale, inter-location and inter-orientation dependencies into account in a maximum a posteriori labeling of the curvelet coefficients of a noisy image. The rationale is that generalized neighborhoods of curvelet coefficients contain more reliable information on the true image than(More)
In the past 20 years, a wide range of complex fluoroscopically guided procedures have shown considerable growth. Biologic effects of the exposure (radiation induced burn, cancer) lead to reduce the dose during the intervention, for the safety of patients and medical staff. However, when the dose is reduced, image quality decreases, with a high level of(More)
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