There are 5 Results with the keyword : "Seminary"
Team project seminary
Our work is at the frontier between real-time scheduling and compilation. Our objective is to build parallel software that respects hard real-time requirements.
Place : I N R I A Paris - 2 rue Simone Iff (ou: 41 rue du Charolais) - Salle Lions - bâtiment C
Guest(s) : Keryan Didier
LPMA INRIA Mathrisk seminary
Thursday december 7 from 9:00 to13:00
Place : Université Paris 7 - salle 2015, P7 Sophie Germain
Guest(s) : Christa Cuchiero (Vienna university), Olivier Guéant (Paris 1), Aurelien Alfonsi (ENPC), Idris Kharroubi (LPMA-UPMC)
Resarch team 's seminary
Static analyses aim at inferring semantic properties of programs. While many analyses compute an over-approximation of reachable states, some analyses compute a description of the input-output relations of programs. In the case of numeric programs, several analyses have been proposed that utilize relational numerical abstract domains to describe relations.
Place : Inria de Paris- 2 rue Simone Iff- 75012
Guest(s) : Hugo Illous- ENS
Research team 's seminary
We present the design of a new functional programming language, MLTS, that possesses built-in mechanisms for treating data structures that include bindings.
Place : Inria Paris - 2 rue Simone Iff- 75012 - Paris- Salle Lions 1- bâtiment C
Guest(s) : Ulysse Gérard ( Inria Saclay)
Research team seminary
Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) offer tremendous benefits for road safety and traffic efficiency. In this talk, I will give an overview of the research challenges in securing CAVs. Then, I will present some work-in-progress on misbehavior detection in CAVs.
Place : Inria de Paris - 2 rue Simone Iff - 75012 - Paris
Guest(s) : Jonathan Petit