UMR 5672

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Biomedical image and signal processing

SiSyPh research team is putting significant efforts into developing signal/image processing tools for biomedical applications. On the image processing side, an efficient reconstruction procedure mixing on non-smooth convex optimization to balance data fidelity and regularization provides an efficient reconstruction procedure for high resolution image from low resolution records. On the signal processing side, statistical tools are customized to analyze scale invariance in heart rate variability (notably in the context of intrapartum fetal heart beat analysis) as well as in infraslow brain activity. It notably permits to relate scale invariance in background brain activity to functional connectivity and to quantify task-rest modulation of brain scaling.

Contacts

Patrice Abry, Nelly Pustelnik

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