Khaled Masmoudi
Khaled Masmoudi
UNS--CNRS--I3S laboratory
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Streaming an image through the eye: The retina seen as a dithered scalable image coder
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
Signal Processing: Image Communication 28 (8), 856-869, 2013
222013
Frames for exact inversion of the rank order coder
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
IEEE transactions on neural networks and learning systems 23 (2), 353-359, 2011
212011
A novel bio-inspired static image compression scheme for noisy data transmission over low-bandwidth channels
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst, L Perrinet
Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2010 IEEE International …, 2010
172010
Another look at the retina as an image scalar quantizer
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
Proceedings of 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems …, 2010
112010
A bio-inspired image coder with temporal scalability
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems, 447-458, 2011
72011
Encoding and decoding stimuli using a biologically realistic model: The non-determinism in spike timings seen as a dither signal
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
Research in Encoding And Decoding of Neural Ensembles (AREADNE 2010), paper 21, 2010
42010
Spike based neural codes: towards a novel bio-inspired still image coding schema
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
32010
Another look at the retina as an image dithered scalar quantizer
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
11th International Workshop on Image Analysis for Multimedia Interactive …, 2010
32010
A Perfectly Invertible Rank Order Coder.
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
BIOSIGNALS, 153-162, 2012
12012
Retina-Inspired Image Coding Schemes
K Masmoudi
Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, 2012
2012
Exact Reconstruction of the Rank Order Coding using Frames Theory
K Masmoudi, M Antonini, P Kornprobst
arXiv preprint arXiv:1106.1975, 2011
2011
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