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History of Inria

François Baccelli: network wizard

A graduate of the ENST, he submitted a PhD thesis in 1983 on "probabilistic models for distributed systems". He joined Inria in 1987. He led the research group on modelling and simulation of computer systems at the Sophia-Antipolis research centre until 1998. Today, he heads up the TREC project-team.


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DGCI 2011

Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery

6/04/2011 to 8/04/2011

The aim of the DGCI conference is to gather researchers in discrete geometry and topology, and discrete models, with applications in image analysis and image synthesis.

Place : Inria Nancy - Grand-Est

Guest(s) : Agnès DESOLNEUX (CNRS à l’Université Descartes, Paris, France), Jarek ROSSIGNAC (GVU de Georgia Tech, USA), Jean SERRA (ESIEE-LIGM, Paris, France)


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Research - Software engineering

Models for professional software

Jean-Michel Prima - 20/11/2010

Model engineering aims to develop abstractions in order to design software more easily. The long march towards standardisation has begun, but the edges of this field still remain to be explored, as explained by Benoît Baudry, Inria researcher within the TRISKELL project-team.


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