*Najmabadi, S.M.*
**Co Author Listing** * Visually lossless image compression extension for JPEG based on just-noticeable distortion evaluation

*Najmaddin, P.M.[Peshawa M.]*
**Co Author Listing** * Estimating Daily Reference Evapotranspiration in a Semi-Arid Region Using Remote Sensing Data

*Najman, L.[Laurent]*
**Co Author Listing** * email: Najman, L.[Laurent]: lnajman AT arscimed com

* 2D Filtering of Curvilinear Structures by Ranking the Orientation Responses of Path Operators (RORPO)

* Anisotropic diffusion using power watersheds

* Artwork 3D model database indexing and classification

* Automated, Accurate and Fast Segmentation of 4D Cardiac MR Images

* Automating the measurement of physiological parameters: A case study in the image analysis of cilia motion

* Benchmarking commercial OCR engines for technical drawings indexing

* Building the Component Tree in Quasi-Linear Time

* Causal graph-based video segmentation

* Collapses and Watersheds in Pseudomanifolds

* Collapses and Watersheds in Pseudomanifolds of Arbitrary Dimension

* Combinatorial Continuous Maximum Flow

* Comparison of Some Morphological Filters for Improving OCR Performance, A

* Connected Filtering on Tree-Based Shape-Spaces

* Constructive Links between Some Morphological Hierarchies on Edge-Weighted Graphs

* Context-based energy estimator: Application to object segmentation on the tree of shapes

* Curvilinear Structure Analysis by Ranking the Orientation Responses of Path Operators

* Dimensional operators for mathematical morphology on simplicial complexes

* Discrete Set-Valued Continuity and Interpolation

* Discriminative Subtree Selection for NBI Endoscopic Image Labeling

* Dual Constrained TV-based Regularization on Graphs

* Efficient Computation of Attributes and Saliency Maps on Tree-Based Image Representations

* Efficient Polynomial Implementation of Several Multithresholding Methods for Gray-Level Image Segmentation

* Evaluation of Combinations of Watershed Hierarchies

* Extending the Power Watershed Framework Thanks to Gamma-Convergence

* Fusion Graphs: Merging Properties and Watersheds

* Geodesic Saliency of Watershed Contours and Hierarchical Segmentation

* Graph-Based Hierarchical Video Cosegmentation

* graph-based mathematical morphology reader, A

* Grayscale Watersheds on Perfect Fusion Graphs

* Hierarchical Image Segmentation Algorithm Based on an Observation Scale, A

* Hierarchical Image Segmentation Relying on a Likelihood Ratio Test

* Hierarchical image simplification and segmentation based on Mumford-Shah-salient level line selection

* Hierarchical Segmentation Using Tree-Based Shape Spaces

* Hierarchical Segmentations with Graphs: Quasi-flat Zones, Minimum Spanning Trees, and Saliency Maps

* How to Make n-D Plain Maps Defined on Discrete Surfaces Alexandrov-Well-Composed in a Self-Dual Way

* How to Make nD Functions Digitally Well-Composed in a Self-dual Way

* How to make nD images well-composed without interpolation

* hybrid algorithm for automatic heart segmentation in CT Angiography, A

* Indexing technical drawings using title block structure recognition

* Introduction to Gamma-Convergence for Spectral Clustering, An

* ISMM05 special issue

* Learning Hierarchical Features for Scene Labeling

* Mathematical Morphology: 40 Years On

* Meaningful disjoint level lines selection

* Milena: Write Generic Morphological Algorithms Once, Run on Many Kinds of Images

* Morphological filtering in shape spaces: Applications using tree-based image representations

* Morphological filtering on graphs

* Morphological floodings and optimal cuts in hierarchies

* mutual reference shape based on information theory, A

* New Characterizations of Minimum Spanning Trees and of Saliency Maps Based on Quasi-flat Zones

* Nonsupervised Ranking of Different Segmentation Approaches: Application to the Estimation of the Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction From Cardiac Cine MRI Sequences

* On Making nD Images Well-Composed by a Self-dual Local Interpolation

* On the Equivalence Between Hierarchical Segmentations and Ultrametric Watersheds

* On Watershed Cuts and Thinnings

* Parallel Algorithm for Concurrent Computation of Connected Component Tree

* Playing with Kruskal: Algorithms for Morphological Trees in Edge-Weighted Graphs

* Power Tree Filter: A Theoretical Framework Linking Shortest Path Filters and Minimum Spanning Tree Filters

* Power Watershed: A Unifying Graph-Based Optimization Framework

* Power watersheds: A new image segmentation framework extending graph cuts, random walker and optimal spanning forest

* Practical Genericity: Writing Image Processing Algorithms Both Reusable and Efficient

* Quasi-linear Algorithm to Compute the Tree of Shapes of nD Images, A

* Quasi-Linear Algorithms for the Topological Watershed

* Raising in watershed lattices

* Ranking Orientation Responses of Path Operators: Motivations, Choices and Algorithmics

* Recognizing Hierarchical Watersheds

* Region-Based 3D Artwork Indexing and Classification

* Salient level lines selection using the Mumford-Shah functional

* Segmentation of 4D cardiac MRI: Automated method based on spatio-temporal watershed cuts

* Shape-Based Analysis on Component-Graphs for Multivalued Image Processing

* Some Morphological Operators in Graph Spaces

* Some Morphological Operators on Simplicial Complex Spaces

* Some Properties of Interpolations Using Mathematical Morphology

* Some Theoretical Links Between Shortest Path Filters and Minimum Spanning Tree Filters

* Topological and geometrical corners by watershed

* Tree-Based Morse Regions: A Topological Approach to Local Feature Detection

* Tubular Structure Filtering by Ranking Orientation Responses of Path Operators

* Tutorial on Well-Composedness, A

* Two Applications of Shape-Based Morphology: Blood Vessels Segmentation and a Generalization of Constrained Connectivity

* Ultrametric Watersheds

* Watershed Cuts: Minimum Spanning Forests and the Drop of Water Principle

* Watershed Cuts: Thinnings, Shortest Path Forests, and Topological Watersheds

* Watershed of a continuous function

* Watersheds for Semi-Supervised Classification

* Watersheds on Hypergraphs for Data Clustering

* Well-Composedness in Alexandrov Spaces Implies Digital Well-Composedness in Zn

* When Convex Analysis Meets Mathematical Morphology on Graphs

* Why and how to design a generic and efficient image processing framework: The case of the Milena library

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