Section: Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry

Bilateral Grants with Industry

CIFRE contract with Technicolor R&I France on Compressive Sensing for the manipulation of large multimedia databases

Participants : Rémi Gribonval, Anthony Bourrier.

  • Duration: 3 years (2011-2014)

  • Research axis: 3.1.2

  • Partners: Technicolor R&I France, Inria-Rennes

  • Funding: Technicolor R&I France, ANRT

The objective of this thesis was to explore, both numerically and theoretically, the potential of compressive sensing for the manipulation of large (audiovisual) databases. A particular objective was to propose learning techniques that can work on strongly compressed versions of a large corpus of data while maintaining the ability to infer essential characteristics of the distribution of the items in the corpus.