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V. DEVLAMINCK

  • I am currently working on "Polarimetric imaging" theme with P. Terrier and J.-M. Charbois.
  • From polarimetric imaging, based on the polarimetric properties of light to build a multi-dimensional imaging, it can be traced back to the physical or geometric properties of objects illuminated. Standard algorithms in image processing or statistical estimation, may be ineffective on this type of images because they can provide solutions physically ineligible under Euclidean framework. In recent years, approaches such as Information Geometry have emerged. They are to define a framework directly connected to the data to be processed by constructing appropriate distances and building algorithms to process these images from these distances. These techniques are of interest to solve the difficulties encountered by the Euclidean approach in the case of polarimetric data. We are interested in developing such new data processing tools in the framework of polarimetric data. Determine which solution to choose depending on the context is also a question that we address.