Julien Marot

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Previous studies dedicated to source localization are based on the spectral matrix algebraic properties. In particular, two noneigenvector methods, namely, propagator and Ermolaev and Gershman (EG) algorithms, exhibit a low computational load. Both methods are based on spectral matrix structure. The first method is based on the spectral matrix partitioning.(More)
Source localization is based on the spectral matrix algebraic properties. Propagator, and Ermolaev-Gershman (EG) noneigenvector algorithms exhibit a low computational load. Propagator is based on spectral matrix partitioning. EG algorithm obtains an approximation of noise subspace using an adjustable power parameter of the spectral matrix and choosing a(More)
In this paper, we consider an issue of hand posture classification. We improve a recently proposed signature, a matrix containing the distance of all contour pixels to an arbitrary reference point. Adequate pre-processings ensure the invariance properties of the signature. Candidate postures are pre-selected with a surface criterion, and Principal Component(More)
Circular features are commonly sought in digital image processing. The subspace-based line detection (SLIDE) method proposed to estimate the center and the radius of a single circle. In this paper, we introduce a novel method for estimating several radii while extending the circle estimation to retrieve circular-like distorted contours. Particularly, we(More)
Tensor methods are of great interest since the development of multicomponent sensors. The acquired multicomponent data are represented by tensors, that is, multiway arrays. This paper presents advances on filtering methods to improve tensor data denoising. Channel-by-channel and multiway methods are presented. The first multiway method is based on the(More)
This work is devoted to the estimation of rectilinear and distorted contours in images by high-resolution methods. In the case of rectilinear contours, it has been shown that it is possible to transpose this image processing problem to an array processing problem. The existing straight line characterization method called subspace-based line detection(More)
In this paper, we discuss the problem of recovering a star-shaped contour with the assumption that the contour coordinates can be decomposed into damped sinusoids. We propose a signal generation method derived from the array processing paradigm, which yields the center and radius of a circle fitting the contour. Starting from an initialization circle, we(More)