Robin Tournemenne
Robin Tournemenne
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An advanced virtual dance performance evaluator
S Essid, D Alexiadis, R Tournemenne, M Gowing, P Kelly, D Monaghan, ...
2012 IEEE international conference on acoustics, speech and signal …, 2012
A multi-modal dance corpus for research into interaction between humans in virtual environments
S Essid, X Lin, M Gowing, G Kordelas, A Aksay, P Kelly, T Fillon, Q Zhang, ...
Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces 7, 157-170, 2013
Signal processing challenges in quantitative 3-d cell morphology: More than meets the eye
AC Dufour, TY Liu, C Ducroz, R Tournemenne, B Cummings, R Thibeaux, ...
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 32 (1), 30-40, 2014
Enhanced visualisation of dance performance from automatically synchronised multimodal recordings
M Gowing, P Kell, NE O'Connor, C Concolato, S Essid, J Lefeuvre, ...
Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Multimedia, 667-670, 2011
A comparison of a one-dimensional finite element method and the transfer matrix method for the computation of wind music instrument impedance
R Tournemenne, J Chabassier
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 105 (5), 838-849, 2019
Brass instruments design using physics-based sound simulation models and surrogate-assisted derivative-free optimization
R Tournemenne, JF Petiot, B Talgorn, M Kokkolaras, J Gilbert
Journal of Mechanical Design 139 (4), 041401, 2017
3D shape analysis using overcomplete spherical wavelets: Application to BLEB detection in cell biology
R Tournemenne, C Ducroz, JC Olivo-Marin, A Dufour
2014 IEEE 11th International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), 365-368, 2014
A multimodal dance corpus for research into real-time interaction between humans in online virtual environments
S Essid, X Lin, M Gowing, G Kordelas, A Aksay, P Kelly, T Fillon, Q Zhang, ...
ICMI Workshop On Multimodal Corpora For Machine Learning, 2011
Sound simulation-based design optimization of brass wind instruments
R Tournemenne, JF Petiot, B Talgorn, J Gilbert, M Kokkolaras
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 145 (6), 3795-3804, 2019
The capacity for simulation by physical modeling to elicit perceptual differences between trumpet sounds
R Tournemenne, JF Petiot, J Gilbert
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 102 (6), 1072-1081, 2016
An audio-driven virtual dance-teaching assistant
S Essid, Y Grenier, M Maazaoui, G Richard, R Tournemenne
Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Multimedia, 675-678, 2011
Optimisation d’un instrument de musique de type cuivre basée sur des simulations sonores par modèle physique
R Tournemenne
École Centrale de Nantes, 2017
The virtual workshop OpenWinD: A Python Toolbox assisting wind instrument makers
J Chabassier, A Ernoult, O Geber, A Humeau, A Thibault, R Tournemenne, ...
e-Forum Acusticum, 2020
The virtual workshop OpenWInD: Towards an optimal design tool of wind instruments for makers
G Castera, J Chabassier, A Ernoult, A Thibault, R Tournemenne
ISMA 2019-International Symposium on Music Acoustics, 2019
Simulation de l’impédance d’entrée de cuivres par éléments finis à une dimension. Comparaison avec les matrices de transfert.
J Chabassier, R Tournemenne
Congrès Français d'Acoustique, 2018
Optimization of brass wind instruments based on sound simulations
R Tournemenne, B Talgorn, JF Petiot, J Gilbert, M Kokkolaras
HAL 2018, 2018
Study of perceived differences between simulated and real trumpets sounds
R Tournemenne, JF Petiot, J Gilbert
Proceedings ISMA, Le Mans, France, 2014
Physical modeling sound simulations for the study of the quality of wind instruments
JF Petiot, R Tournemenne, J Gilbert
ICSV2019-26th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, 2019
energy based model and simulation in the time domain of linear acoutic waves in a radiating pipe
J Chabassier, M Bergot, R Tournemenne
Perceptive study of an optimal trumpet using simulated sounds
R Tournemenne, A Chabot, JF Petiot, J Gilbert
CFA 2018-14ème Congrès Français d'Acoustique, 2018
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