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HAL-LTSI Open Access Repository

HAL-LTSI is an open access repository providing access to the publication outputs of the LTSI Research Unit.

Director: Lotfi Senhadji

Research Teams:

  • SESAME - Epileptogenic Systems: Signals & Models
  • SEPIA - Surveillance Explanation and Prevention of Cardiac Failure and Apnea- bradycardia
  • METRIQ - Metrology for Quantitative Imaging
  • IMPACT - Images and Models for Surgical and therapeutical Planning and Assistance
  • MEDICIS - Modeling Surgical Knowledge and Processes
CRIBs Publications: French-Chinese Biomedical Information Research Center

Signal and Image Processing Laboratory (LTSI), University of Rennes 1, Campus de Beaulieu Bât 22, 35042 Cedex - Rennes - FRANCE

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Fast algorithm Magnetic resonance imaging Neurosurgery Autonomic nervous system Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy Aged Imaging Pacemaker Surgery EEG Human SEEG Brain Heart failure Computational modeling Segmentation Independent component analysis Prostate MRI Registration Feature extraction Medical signal processing Modeling Cardiology Blind source separation Cardiomyopathy Cancer Texture analysis Image processing Middle Aged Humans Simulation Image segmentation Outcome Prognosis Guidelines PET Aortic stenosis Female Cardiac resynchronization Transcatheter aortic valve implantation Complications Radiothérapie Exercise Electrocardiography Medical image processing Radioembolization Adult Congenital heart disease Ablation Myocardial work Electrophysiology Heart rate variability Survival Source localization Strain Medical imaging Electroencephalography Interoperability Cardiac magnetic resonance Liver Mitral regurgitation Quantification Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction Mortality Magnetic Resonance Imaging Carcinoma Signal processing Treatment Outcome Epilepsy Deep learning Echocardiography Heart Parkinson's disease Cardiac resynchronization therapy ECG Brugada syndrome Deep brain stimulation Sudden cardiac death Optimization Atrial fibrillation Classification Functional connectivity Brain networks Image reconstruction Diagnosis Left ventricular function Image registration France Male Outcomes Monitoring Preterm infants Children Left ventricular assist device Radiotherapy Prostate cancer Positron emission tomography Machine learning Subthalamic nucleus

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