Myriam Oger

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Efficient use of whole slide imaging in pathology needs automated region of interest (ROI) retrieval and classification, through the use of image analysis and data sorting tools. One possible method for data sorting uses Spectral Analysis for Dimensionality Reduction. We present some interesting results in the field of histopathology and cytohematology. In(More)
In this paper, a comparison is made between a global and a local approach for computer-aided classification of virtual slides from breast tumor sections. The first approach classifies the images according to both color and texture information from the whole tissue, whereas the second one classifies them only on shape and texture from epithelial compartment.(More)
An original strategy is presented, combining stereological sampling methods based on test grids and data reduction methods based on diffusion maps, in order to build a knowledge image database with no bias introduced by a subjective choice of exploration areas. The practical application of the exposed methodology concerns virtual slides of breast tumors.
Computerized image analysis (IA) can provide quantitative and repeatable object measurements by means of methods such as segmentation, indexation, classification, etc. Embedded in reliable automated systems, IA could help pathologists in their daily work and thus contribute to more accurate determination of prognostic histological factors on whole slide(More)
Follicular lymphoma (FL) is one of the most common types of non-Hodgkin's lmphomas in the world. Diagnosis of FL is based on morphological and immunohistochemical characteristics found on tissue sections. Our project's aim is to develop computer-aided analysis tools on virtual slide images (VSI) of lymphoid tissues with the purpose of improving the FL(More)
BACKGROUND Currently available microscope slide scanners produce whole slide images at various resolutions from histological sections. Nevertheless, acquisition area and so visualization of large tissue samples are limited by the standardized size of glass slides, used daily in pathology departments. The proposed solution has been developed to build(More)
A random phase method is proposed to determine the perturbation of the Allan variance of frequency stabilized lasers submitted to optical feedbacks. The role of different feedbacks is quantitatively described for both one-oscillating-eigenstate stabilized lasers and two-oscillating-eigenstate stabilized lasers. The importance of the feedback polarization is(More)
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