Team : DECISION

Departure date : 09/30/2013

M. François Charpillet, Directeur de recherche au LORIA [Rapporteur]

M. Patrick Pérez, Directeur de recherche, Technicolor [Rapporteur]

Mme. Séverine Dubuisson, Maître de Conférence HDR à l'UPMC

M. Christophe Gonzales, Professeur à l'UPMC

Mme. Isabelle Bloch, Professeur à Télécom ParisTech

M. Patrick Bouthemy, Directeur de recherche à I'INRIA, Rennes

M. Stéphane Doncieux, Professeur à l'UPMC

M. Jonathan Fabrizio, Maître de Conférence à l'EPITA

- 2013
- S. Dubuisson, Ch. Gonzales, X. Nguyen : “Sub-sample swapping for Sequential Monte Carlo approximation of high-dimensional densities in the context of complex object tracking”, International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, vol. 54 (7), pp. 934-953 (2013)
- X. Nguyen, S. Dubuisson, Ch. Gonzales : “Hierarchical Annealed Particle Swarm Optimization for Articulated Object Tracking”, 15
^{th}International Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns, CAIP 2013, vol. 8047, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, York, United Kingdom, pp. 319-326, (Springer) (2013) - X. Nguyen : “Exploitation of particle filter and dynamics bayesians networks for articulated object tracking”, these, defence 06/28/2013, supervision Gonzales, Christophe, co-supervision DUBUISSON Séverine (2013)

- 2012
- S. Dubuisson, Ch. Gonzales, X. Nguyen : “DBN-Based Combinatorial Resampling for Articulated Object Tracking”, Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI'12), Catalina Island, USA,, pp. 237-246 (2012)

- 2011
- Ch. Gonzales, S. Dubuisson, X. Nguyen : “Simultaneous Partitioned Sampling for articulated object tracking”, Proceedings of Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems (ACIVS'11), vol. 6915, Lecture Notes In Computer Sciences, Ghent, Belgium, pp. 150-161, (Springer) (2011)
- S. Dubuisson, Ch. Gonzales, X. Nguyen : “Swapping-Based Partitioned Sampling for better complex density estimation: application to articulated object tracking”, 5
^{th}International Conference on Scalable Uncertainty Management (SUM'11), vol. 6929, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Dayton, OH, USA, pp. 525-538, (Springer) (2011)