Mines ParisTech

Centre for Mathematical Morphology

the image processing laboratory of MINES ParisTech

Mathematics and Systems

Latest publications

F. Willot, D. Jeulin (2018): The nonlinear response of Boolean models: elasticity and conductivity. Physics & Mechanics of Random Media: from Morphology to Material Properties 181.
F. Willot, S. Guessasma (2018): Linear-elastic response of starch-based materials: FFT results vs. experimental data. Physics & Mechanics of Random Media: from Morphology to Material Properties 177.
A. Vannier-Moreau, F. Willot, D. Jeulin (2018): Thermal and linear-elastic properties of lightweight concrete. Physics & Mechanics of Random Media: from Morphology to Material Properties 169.

Since its foundation in 1967, the CMM has contributed to the growth and dissemination of the theoretical and algorithmic corpus of mathematical morphology, making use of very broad fields of application, thereby providing a rich experimental terrain for the development of new concepts and tools. Its activities centre around collaboration with industry, research and teaching.

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