There are 3 Results with the keyword : "ASAP"
Award - Social web
Anne-Marie Kermarrec, a senior research scientist at the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique centre, has been presented with the 2013 Google Focused Award. The award comes in recognition of the Web-Alter Ego project, which she is pursuing in collaboration with EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), and which focuses on the establishment of an original architecture for personalising web services. Her work is being conducted within the ASAP project team, which she leads. This ambitious project will benefit from the results she obtained as part of the ERC SG project GOSSPLE.
Workshop - social networks
Place : Inria Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique Research Centre, Michel Métivier room
European Research Council 2007
"As scalable as possible"… Beyond the pun on the well-known English term, the ASAP project team has some ambitious targets. The aim is no less than the design of algorithmic foundations making it possible to build, in an entirely decentralised way, taking account of the "uncertainty" inherent in contemporary distributed systems, large-scale distributed applications involving a large number of geographically separate and potentially mobile components. And this is to be done….as soon as possible, naturally!