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Julien Seinturier

Julien Seinturier
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Research Fellow PhD

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August 2011 - present
French National Centre for Scientific Research
Position
  • ROV-3D
Description
  • ROV 3D project aims at developing innovative tools which link underwater photogrammetry and acoustic measurements from an active underwater sensor. The results will be 3D high resolution surveys of underwater sites.
September 2009 - August 2011
Université de Toulon
Position
  • Engineer
Education
October 2003 - December 2007
French National Centre for Scientific Research
Field of study
  • Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence
September 2002 - June 2003
Aix-Marseille Université
Field of study
  • Computer Science
September 2001 - June 2002
Université de Toulon
Field of study
  • Computer Science

Publications

Publications (53)
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High accuracy underwater inspections are getting more and more important in the underwater industry where time and cost optimization represent nowadays the main innovation drivers. The subsea industry is undergoing a digital transformation process and for this reason, methods that can provide real-time accurate 3D digital measurements are increasin...
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Metrology is fundamental in all the applications that require to qualify, verify and validate measured data according to standards or, in other words, to assess their compliance with predefined tolerances. At sea, metrology is commonly associated with the process of measuring underwater structures, mainly pipeline elements widely used in offshore i...
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This chapter introduces several state of the art techniques that could help to make deep underwater archaeological photogrammetric surveys easier, faster, more accurate, and to provide more visually appealing representations in 2D and 3D for both experts and public. We detail how the 3D captured data is analysed and then represented using ontologie...
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This chapter introduces several state of the art techniques that could help to make deep underwater archaeological photogrammetric surveys easier, faster, more accurate, and to provide more visually appealing representations in 2D and 3D for both experts and public. We detail how the 3D captured data is analysed and then represented using ontologie...
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In this paper we present a photogrammetry-based approach for deep-sea underwater surveys conducted from a submarine and guided by knowledge-representation combined with a logical approach (ontology). Two major issues are discussed in this paper. The first concerns deep-sea surveys using photogrammetry from a submarine. Here the goal was to obtain a...
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In this article, we present an approach for a deep-sea survey based on photogrammetry using a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV). A hybrid technique gives us real-time results, sufficient for piloting the ROV from the surface vessel and ensuring a uniform coverage of the site, as well as recording high-definition images using an onboard com...
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Nous présentons ici une approche du relevé sous-marin à grande profondeur, par ROV, fondée sur la photogrammétrie. Une technique hybride nous permet d’obtenir des résultats en temps réel, suffisants pour guider le ROV depuis le navire de surface, assurer une couverture homogène du site, et enregistrer sur un ordinateur embarqué les images à haute r...
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Since a decade, we develop a photogrammetry tool dedicated to monitoring red coral populations. This tool is used to collect, effectively, accurate data for the study of population dynamics of red coral. In this article, we present new developments that automate the steps of calculating scale and orientation of images. This automation is made possi...
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Since 1973 archeology and computer science have developed close ties in Marseille. Two departments (computer science and archaeology) from the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Marseille started working together and laid the cornerstone of the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) community. Mars...
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Since 19,3 archeology and computer science have developed close ties in Marseille. Two departments (computer science and archaeology) from the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Marseille started working together and laid the cornerstone of the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) community. Mars...
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Since 1973 archaeology and computer science have developed close ties in Marseille. Two departments (computer science and archaeology) from the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Marseille started working together and laid the cornerstone of the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) community. Mar...
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A photogrammetry tool dedicated to the monitoring of red coral populations in situ has been developed by LSIS in Marseille (France). This tool is used to collect in an efficient and precise manner key data for the study of the population dynamics of red coral. In selected red coral populations, scuba-divers obtain a series of photographs from the p...
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The new advance in photogrammetry using the automatic procedures such as the famous algorithm which was proposed by David Lowe (Lowe, 2004) features descriptors and matching (SIFT) and then the recent development of external orientation (Nister (Stewenius et alii, 2006) or Snavely (Snavely et alii, 2010)) have changed drastically the way of measuri...
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This paper present a 3D platform that enables to make both cultural heritage site survey and its virtual exploration. It provides a single and easy way to use framework for merging multi scaled 3D measurements based on photogrammetry, documentation produced by experts and the knowledge of involved domains leaving the experts able to extract and cho...
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ROV 3D project aims at developing innovative tools which link underwater photogrammetry and acoustic measurements from an active underwater sensor. The results will be 3D high resolution surveys of underwater sites. The new means and methods developed aim at reducing the investigation time in situ, and proposing comprehensive and non-intrusive meas...
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The paper presents an interdisciplinary project which is a work in progress towards a 3D Geographical Information System (GIS) dedicated to Cultural Heritage with a specific focus application on the Castle of Shawbak, also known as the “Crac de Montréal”, one of the best preserved rural medieval settlements in the entire Middle East. The Shawbak ar...
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ROV 3D project aims at developing innovative tools which link underwater photogrammetry and acoustic measurements from an active underwater sensor. The results will be 3D high resolution surveys of underwater sites. The new means and methods developed aim at reducing the investigation time in situ, and proposing comprehensive and non intrusive meas...
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This paper focuses on the representation and querying of knowledge-based multimodal data. This work stands in the OTIM project which aims at processing multimodal annotation of a large conversational French speech corpus. Within OTIM, we aim at providing linguists with a unique framework to encode and manipulate numerous linguistic domains (from pr...
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The paper presents an interdisciplinary project which is a work in progress towards a 3D Geographical Information System (GIS) dedicated to Cultural Heritage with a specific focus application on the Castle of Shawbak, one of the best preserved rural medieval settlements in the entire Middle East). The Shawbak archaeological project is a specific an...
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This paper presents an XML engine defined to model and query multimodal concurrent annotated data. This work stands in the context of the OTIM (Tools for Multimodal Annotation) project which aims at developing conventions and tools for multimodal annotation of a large conversational French speech corpus; it groups together Social Science and Comput...
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This paper focuses on the representation and querying of knowledge-based multimodal data. Our work stands in the multidisciplinary project OTIM (Tools for Multimodal Annotation) dedicated to the development of tools for multimodal annotation of french conversational data. OTIM aims at encoding and manipulating annotations from all the linguistic do...
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We propose in this paper a broad-coverage approach for multimodal annotation of conversational data. Large annotation pro-jects addressing the question of multimo-dal annotation bring together many dif-ferent kinds of information from different domains, with different levels of granula-rity. We present in this paper the first re-sults of the OTIM p...
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The multiplication of annotation schemes and coding formats is a severe limitation for interoperability. We propose in this pa-per an approach specifying the annotation scheme in terms of typed feature struc-tures, that are in a second step translated into XML schemas, from which data are encoded. This approach guarantees the fact that no informati...
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The paper presents an interdisciplinary project which is a work in progress towards a 3D Geographical Information System (GIS) dedicated to Cultural Heritage with a specific focus application on the Castle of Shawbak, also known as the “Crac de Montréal”, one of the best preserved rural medieval settlements in the entire Middle East. We develop a s...
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This article describes on-going developments of the VENUS European Project (Virtual ExploratioN of Underwater Sites). The project main goal is to provide underwater archaeologists with a suite of automatic tools to produce georeferenced cartographic data including archaeologically relevant information. Automatic processing goes from the early data...
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In this work we propose a study of the knowledge fusion and its applications in the survey of underwater archaeological excavations. The framework of this work is the knowledge based measure, which can be represented by a synthesis between theoretical models designed by specific domain experts and set of observations performed on surveyed objects....
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In this work we propose a study of the knowledge fusion and its applications in the survey of underwater archaeological excavations. The framework of this work is the knowledge based measure, which can be represented by a synthesis between theoretical models designed by specific domain experts and set of observations performed on surveyed objects....
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This article describes on-going developments of the VENUS European Project (Virtual ExploratioN of Underwater Sites, http://www.venus-project.eu) concerning the first mission to sea in Pianosa Island, Italy in October 2006. The VENUS project aims at providing scientific methodologies and technological tools for the virtual exploration of deep under...
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The paper presents an interdisciplinary project which is the first step towards a 3D Geographical Information System (GIS) dedicated to Cultural Heritage with a specific focus application on the Castle of Shawbak, also known as the ”Crac de Montral” in Jordan. The project continues to grow thanks to a synergy between a set of laboratories: The LSIS...
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This article describes on-going developments of the VENUS European Project (Virtual ExploratioN of Underwater Sites, http://www.venus-project.eu) concerning the first mission to sea in Pianosa Island, Italy in October 2006. The VENUS project aims at providing scientific methodologies and technological tools for the virtual exploration of deep under...
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The paper presents an interdisciplinary project which is the first step towards a 3D Geographical Information System (GIS) dedicated to Cultural Heritage with a specific focus application on the Castle of Shawbak, also known as the "Crac de Montréal" in Jordan. Current 3D GIS already provide support for urban models on a city scale. Our project how...
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The problem of merging multiple sources information is central in several domains of computer science. In knowledge representation for artificial intelligence, several approaches have been proposed for merging propositional bases like, for example, the one based on Hamming distance or the possiblistic approach. However none of these approaches allo...
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The problem of merging multiple sources information is central in several domains of computer science. In knowledge representation for artificial intelligence, several approaches have been proposed for merging propositional bases. However none of these approaches allows us the reversibility of the merging process. In this paper, we propose a very g...
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The paper presents an interdisciplinary project dealing with survey and documentation in medieval archaeology. The project is led by two scientific partners: the CNRS MAP-GAMSAU of Marseilles (France) responsible for the photogrammetric survey and the web documentation, and the “Dipartimento di Studi storici e Geografici” (DSSG) of the University o...
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The present paper addresses an approach for merging heritage survey and archaeological knowledge. The theoretical framework is the integration between photogrammetric survey and documentation process, practically used in different archaeological excavation. Merging surveyed geometries and knowledge is a complex task. Many variables have to be consi...
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The present paper addresses an approach for merging heritage survey and archaeological knowledge. The theoretical framework is the integration between photogrammetric survey and documentation process, practically used in different archaeological excavation. Merging surveyed geometries and knowledge is a complex task. Many variables have to be con...
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The paper presents the current state of the ARPENTEUR project (ARchitectural PhotogrammEtry Network Tool for EdUcation and Research), and principally the new photogrammetric module, the 3D measuring and modelling module including an automatic DSM densification tool and the formalization of photogrammetric data in XML. This JAVATM based package h...
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We present here the first step of an interdisciplinary work dealing with underwater photogrammetry and archaeological data management. In the framework of a phd project we develop a set of tools from underwater data capture to 3D underwater GIS for archaeological excavation. The phd project, managed by Julien Seinturier, is monitored by Odile Papin...
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The present paper focuses on a new tool dedicated to the survey and the representation of archaeological and architectural heritage. The tool is based on a photogrammetric process related to an expert system that handles a knowledge base coming from the field of archaeological or architectural expertise. The system was tested on an archaeological f...
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Ce papier constitue une première étude sur la réversibilité des opérations de fusion d’informations avec priorités explicites. Nous nous restreignons au cas où les informations provenant de différentes sources sont représentées en calcul propositionnel par des littéraux. Une approche sémantique de ces opérations est d’abord présentée, elle repose s...
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A GIS toolbox, available on the Internet, dedicated to cultural heritage, archaeology and urbanism is proposed in this paper. Dedicated to heterogeneous data visualization, the tool box is designed for the end user, developed with the GeoTools package, an open source Java library for 2D cartographic visualization, JavaView and VRML for the 3D visua...
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We present here the first steps towards the development of a tool for architectural and patrimonial survey which combines the laser scanning techniques, close range photogrammetry and a fine analysis closer to the studied field, here architecture and archaeology. The present work is the result of a join cooperation between, INN.TEC.srl, an Italian...
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The present paper focuses on a new tool dedicated to the survey and the representation of archaeological and architectural heritage. The tool is based on a photogrammetric process related to an expert system that handles a knowledge base coming from the field of the archaeological or architectural expertise. The system was tested on an archaeologic...
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The present paper addresses an approach for merging heritage survey and archaeological knowledge. The theoretical framework is the integration between photogrammetric survey and documentation process, practically used in different archaeological excavation. Information is sorted by source. A source is a set of information provided by the operators...