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

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