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

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