John Chaussard

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Toric spaces being non-simply connected, it is possible to find in such spaces some loops which are not homotopic to a point: we call them toric loops. Some applications, such as the study of the relationship between the geometrical characteristics of a material and its physical properties, rely on three-dimensional discrete toric spaces and require(More)
We present a novel 3D curvilinear skeletonization algorithm which produces filtered skeletons without needing any user input, thanks to a new parallel algorithm based on the cubical complex framework. These skeletons are used in a modified path tracing algorithm in order to produce less noisy images in less time than the classical approach.
Medial axes and skeletons are notoriously sensitive to contour irregularities. This lack of stability is a serious problem for applications in e.g. shape analysis and recognition. In 2005, Chazal and Lieutier introduced the λ-medial axis as a new concept for computing the medial axis of a shape subject to single parameter filtering. The λ-medial axis is(More)
A method has been developed for the separation and measurement of ethylene glycol and three other glycols (propylene glycol, 1,3-butylene glycol and 2,3-butylene glycol) in biological samples by wide-bore column gas chromatography with a flame ionization detector. The method used 1,3-propylene glycol (1,3-propanediol) as an internal standard. The method was(More)
The λ-medial axis was introduced in 2005 by Chazal and Lieutier as a new concept for computing the medial axis of a shape subject to filtering with a single parameter. These authors proved the stability of the λ-medial axis under small shape perturbations. In this paper, we introduce the definition of a discrete λ-medial axis (DLMA). We evaluate its(More)