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Vision and Brain Signal Processing
Team manager : Sophie ACHARDBertrand RIVET

Illustrations équipe VIBS-Gipsa-lab

 

The “Vision and Brain Signal Processing” (ViBS) develops methodologies for processing cerebral signals in order to study neural activities in relation or not with visual processing.

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Research axis:

  • Brain signal processing

  • Visual perception and neural mechanism for Vision

  • Brain Computer Interface




Last publications of team

Non-linear source separation under the Langmuir model for chemical sensors

Pierre Maho, Simon Barthelme, Pierre Comon. Non-linear source separation under the Langmuir model for chemical sensors. IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop, Jul 2018, Sheffield, United Kingdom. 〈hal-01802358〉

Subsampling with k determinantal point processes for estimating statistics in large data sets

Pierre-Olivier Amblard, Simon Barthelme, Nicolas Tremblay. Subsampling with k determinantal point processes for estimating statistics in large data sets. IEEE workshop on Statistical Signal Processing, Jun 2018, Freiburg, Germany. 〈hal-01778956〉

Recommendations for Integrating a P300-Based Brain Computer Interface in Virtual Reality Environments for GamingRecommendation pour Intégrer une Interface Cerveau Machine de type P300 dans un Environnement de Réalité Virtuelle à destination du Jeu Vi

Grégoire Cattan, Cesar Mendoza, Anton Andreev, Marco Congedo. Recommendations for Integrating a P300-Based Brain Computer Interface in Virtual Reality Environments for Gaming. Computers, MDPI, 2018, Special Issue Advances in Mobile Augmented Reality, 7 (2), pp.34. 〈www.mdpi.com〉. 〈10.3390/computers7020034〉. 〈hal-01801151〉


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