Aymeric Histace

Cergy-Pontoise UniversityFrance

Aymeric Histace was born in 1977 in Lyon, France. He received the Master degree in Signals/Images for Computer Aided Diagnosis in 2001 (University of Angers, France). He received, in 2004, the Ph.D degree in signal and image processing at the Laboratoire d’Ingénierie des Systèmes Automatisés (LISA), University d’Angers, France. He is since 2006, an associate professor in signal and image processing with application to life sciences (mainly Computer Aided Diagnosis) at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, Cergy, France with ETIS laboratory (UMR CNRS 8051).

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This book represents a sample of recent contributions of researchers all around the world in the field of image restoration. The book consists of 15 chapters organized in three main sections (Theory, Applications, Interdisciplinarity). Topics cover some different aspects of the theory of image restoration, but this book is also an occasion to highlight some new topics of research related to the emergence of some original imaging devices. From this arise some real challenging problems related to image reconstruction/restoration that open the way to some new fundamental scientific questions closely related with the world we interact with.

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