Technicolor Scientific Literature

Technicolor researchers publish hundreds of research papers every year and participate in top academic conferences throughout the world. Browse through their Publications and find out how their work has influenced the scientific community and paved the way for new discoveries.
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Technicolor researchers publish hundreds of research papers every year and participate in top academic conferences throughout the world.

Accurate Analytic Approximations for Real-time Specular Area Lighting
Pascal Lecocq, Arthur Dufay, Gaël Sourimant and Jean-Eudes Marvie
i3D 2016
February 2016

Reference-based Color Volume Remapping
Pierre Andrivon; Philippe Bordes; Fabrice Urban;Bill Redmann
SMPTE 2015 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition
October 2015

Template Based Inter-layer Prediction For High Dynamic Range Scalable Compression
Mikael Le Pendu; Christine Guillemot; Dominique Thoreau
IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (IEEE ICIP 2015)
September 2015

Motion driven tonal stabilization
Oriel Frigo; Neus Sabater; Julie Delon; Pierre Hellier
IEEE ICIP
September 2015

Real-time expression-sensitive HMD face recovery
Xavier Burgos; Julien Fleureau; Olivier Dumas; Francois Le Clerc; Nicolas Mollet
Siggraph Asia 2015
November 2015

High speed sequential illumination with electronic rolling shutter cameras
Matis Hudon Paul Kerbiriou Arno Schubert Kadi Bouatouch
CVPR WORKSHOP CCD
June 2015

Tensor Decomposition Exploiting Structural Constraints for Brain Source Imaging
Hanna Becker; Ahmad Karfoul; Laurent Albera; Rémi Gribonval; Julien Fleureau; Philippe Guillotel; Amar Kachenoura; Lotfi Senahdji; Isabelle Merlet
IEEE International Workshop on Computational Advances in Multi-Sensor Adaptive Processing (CAMSAP'15)
December 2015

A Kinesthetic Washout Filter for Force-feedback Rendering
Fabien Danieau, Anatole Lécuyer, Philippe Guillotel, Julien Fleureau, Nicolas Mollet, and Marc Christie
IEEE trans. on Haptics
January 2015

What Can a Dumb Watch Teach a Smartwatch? Informing the Design of Smartwatches
Kent Lyons
International Symposium on Wearable Computers
September 2015

Consistent estimation of dynamic and multi-layer block models
Qiuyi Han; Kevin S. Xu; Edoardo M. Airoldi
32nd International Conference on Machine Learning
July 2015

Efficient learning in large-scale combinatorial semi-bandits
Zheng Wen; Branislav Kveton; Azin Ashkan
32nd International Conference on Machine Learning
July 2015

Cascading bandits: Learning to rank in the cascade model
Branislav Kveton; Csaba Szepesvári; Zheng Wen; Azin Ashkan
32nd International Conference on Machine Learning
July 2015