Nicolas Linard

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Recently, a data-driven model-free control design method has been proposed in (7; 6) for linear systems. It is based on the minimization of a control criterion with respect to the controller parameters using an iterative gradient technique. In this paper, we extend this method to the case where both the plant and the controller can be nonlinear. It is shown(More)
Content-based video retrieval has shown promising results to help physicians in their interpretation of medical videos in general and endomicroscopic ones in particular. Defining a relevant query for CBVR can however be a complex and time-consuming task for non-expert and even expert users. Indeed, uncut endomicroscopy videos may very well contain images(More)
Probe-based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy (pCLE) provides physicians with real-time access to histological information during standard endoscopy procedures, through high-resolution cellular imaging of internal tissues. Earlier work on mosaicing has enhanced the potential of this imaging modality by meeting the need to get a complete representation of the(More)
We present a method to perform video mosaicing for endomicroscopy with two major improvements compared to the state of the art. First, instead of using individual images directly, we start by creating sub-mosaics from short video sub-sequences using iconic registration. The sub-mosaics are then considered for feature-based registration. Second, groupwise(More)
The integration of Internet-based services in interactive TV (iTV) has been a focus of research in human-computer interaction for the last 15 years. With new services like Twitter or Facebook there is again the trend to combine Internet and TV -- either directly on the TV or via a settop box (STB) supporting the Internet Protocol (IP). This demonstration(More)
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