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Section: Other Grants and Activities

National Initiatives

ANR SIMILAR-CITIES

Participants : Anass Lasram, Sylvain Lefebvre.

The ANR SIMILAR-CITIES started late january 2009. This is a common project between INRIA, CSTB and the Alleorithmic compagny, on the theme of approximating urban texture procedurally.

ANR PHYSIGRAPHICS

Participants : Alejandro Galindo, Kun Liu, Rhaleb Zayer.

The scientific objective of this proposal is to develop new deformation models, where the underlying mathematics (basis functions) is adaptively learned from acquisition, and thus have inherently a clear physical meaning. In this way, the simulation goes on par with the real deformation behavior. To address this goal the PhysiGrafix project which consists of (1) systematic tracking and reconstruction of a coarse representation of captured multi-view video deformation sequence; (2) problem reduction by encoding the physics in relevant deformation modes and elimination of irrelevant parameters (e.g. rigid body modes); (3) Adaption to refined reconstruction as well as to the addition of new footage of the same model or similar models. This research is motivated by real world applications, and in a broad scope touches upon disciplines such as virtual medicine, manufacturing and feature film industry.

ANR MODITERE

Participant : Dmitry Sokolov.

Dmitry Sokolov is a member of the ANR project Moditere, on the modelisation of fractal objects. He co-advises the Ph.D. thesis of Sergei Podkorytov with Christophe Gentil (University of Bourgogne).


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