Roland Gautier

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Understanding and predicting protein structures depends on the complexity and the accuracy of the models used to represent them. We have set up a hidden Markov model that discretizes protein backbone conformation as series of overlapping fragments (states) of four residues length. This approach learns simultaneously the geometry of the states and their(More)
In order to enhance the reliability of digital transmissions, error correcting codes are used in every digital communication system. To meet the new constraints of data rate or reliability, new coding schemes are currently being developed. Therefore, digital communication systems are in perpetual evolution and it is becoming very difficult to remain(More)
This paper deals with the problem of blind multiuser detection in multirate direct-sequence code division multiple access (DS-CDMA). Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) signals are well-known for their low probability of interception: their statistics are similar to those of a noise; furthermore, they are usually transmitted below the noise level. Here,(More)
To enhance the quality of transmissions, all digital communication systems use error-correcting codes. By introducing some redundancy in the informative binary data stream, they allow one to better withstand channel impairments. The design of new coding schemes leads to a perpetual evolution of the digital communication systems and, thus, cognitive radio(More)
In most digital communication systems, error correcting codes are essential to achieve good immunity to channel impairment. Due to the complexity of the encoding process, but especially of the decoding process, most research on error correcting codes is restricted to binary data which are elements of the Galois field GF(2). Reed Solomon codes have been the(More)
Blind identification of code word length for non-binary error-correcting codes in noisy transmission EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking Sample doi:10.1186/s13638-015-0294-5 Yasamine Zrelli (yasamine.zrelli@univ-brest.fr) Roland Gautier (roland.gautier@univ-brest.fr) Eric Rannou (eric.rannou@univ-brest.fr) Mélanie Marazin(More)
In this paper, we consider the problem of sensing a primary user in a cognitive radio network by employing multiple antennas at the secondary user. Among the many spectrumsensing methods, the predicted eigenvalue threshold (PET) based method is a promising non-parametric blind method that can reliably detect the primary users without any prior information.(More)