Category: Defended thesis

Analyse conjointe de la localisation de l’écriture et de sa reconnaissance dans des documents structurés

  • Doctorant : Timothée Neithoffer
  • Encadrants : Bertrand Couäsnon, Aurélie Lemaitre, Yann Soullard, Montaser Awal
  • Thèse CIFRE avec AriadNext

Ph.D. of Kwon-Young Thomas Choi

Combination of unsupervised generative models and a syntactical method for music symbol detection with few annotated data

Defense on June 30th 2021

Abstract

In this work, we study the detection of music symbols in images of complex, historical, dense, noisy and damaged printed music scores through the use of Deep Learning …

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PhD of Omar Krichen

Design of an intelligent tutoring system for geometry learning based on on-the-fly interpretation of hand-drawn figures production.

Defense on december 4th 2020

Abstract

This PhD is in the context of the « e-Fran » national project called ACTIF and deals with the design of pen-based intelligent tutoring system for geometry learning in …

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(Français) HDR de Aurélie Lemaitre

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(Français) Thèse de Said Yacine Boulahia

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Ph.D. thesis of Zhaozin Cheng

Reconnaissance et interprétation des interactions tactiles multipoints pour la composition de documents structurés

Defended 28 avril 2017

Abstract

Due to the popularization of the touch screen devices, nowadays people are used to conduct the human-computer interactions with touch gestures. However, limited by current studies, users can use only simple multi-touch gestures to execute …

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(Français) Thèse de Cérès Carton

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(Français) Thèse de Manuel Bouillon

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(Français) Thèse de Joseph Chazalon

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Accreditation to Supervise Research of Bertrand Coüasnon

Fusion of Knowledge in Document Analysis

Soutenue le jeudi 6 décembre 2012

Summary

The recognition of digitized collections of structured documents like archives documents is difficult not only by the complexity of the documents organization, but also by their degradations (stains, tears, ink bleeding through paper, curves due to scanning…). To improve the …

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