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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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