Philippe Morignot

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Research interests

I am interested in action planning and control models of mobile robots or simulated agents: Autonomous agents that both plan and perceive/act in their environment, and also interact with other agents. I am  also interested in combinatorial optimization (e.g., distributed CSP, tracing CSPs' backtracks) and knowledge engineering (e.g., ontologies, knowledge-based systems).


Publications                                                                                            [Top]

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    Book chapters
  1. Johan Baltié, Eric Bensana, Patrick Fabiani, Jean- Loup Farges, Stéphane Millet, Philippe Morignot, Bruno Patin, Gérald Petitjean, Gauthier Pitois, Jean- Clair Poncet. Multi-Vehicle Missions: Architecture and Algorithms for Distributed On Line Planning. Chapter 1. In Dimitris Vrakas and Ioannis Vlahavas (eds.), Artificial Intelligence for Advanced Problem Solving Techniques, Information Science Reference. December 2007. [pdf]

  2. International Journals
  3. Barbara Hayes-Roth, Karl Pfleger, Philippe Lalanda, Philippe Morignot, Marko Balabanovic. A Domain-Specific Software Architecture for Adaptive Intelligent Systems. In IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 4(21):288-301, April 1995. [ps] [pdf]

  4. International Conferences
  5. Philippe Morignot, Oyunchimeg Shagdar, Fawzi Nashashibi. Emergent Behaviors and Traffic Density among Heuristically-Driven Intelligent Vehicles using V2V Communication. Third IEEE International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo (ICCVE'14). Vienna, Austria, Nov. 3-7, 2014. [pdf] [slides]
  6. Philippe Morignot, Joshué Pérez Rastelli, Fawzi Nashashibi. Arbitration for Balancing Control between the Driver and ADAS Systems in an Automated Vehicle: Survey and Approach. IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV'14), Dearborn, Michigan, USA, June 8-11, 2014. [pdf] [poster]
  7. Evangeline Pollard, Philippe Morignot, Fawi Nashashibi. An Ontology-based Model to Determine the Automation Level of an Automated Vehicle for Co-Driving. 16th International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION'13), Istanbul, Turkey, 9-12 July, 2013. [pdf] [slides] [OWL]
  8. Philippe Morignot, Fawzi Nashashibi. An Ontology-Based Approach to Relax Traffic Regulations for Autonomous Vehicle Assistance. 12th IASTED International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Applications, Innsbrück, Austria, 11-13 Feb., 2013. [pdf] [slides] [OWL]
  9. Philippe Morignot, Christophe Leroux, Generating and executing scenarios for a mobile robot, Proceedings of the Jochen Pfalzgraf Memorial Symposium (5th Symposium on Multiagent Systems, Robotics and Cybernetics, InterSymp-2011), 23rd International Conference on Systems Research, Informatics and Cybernetics (IIAS'11),  G. E. Lasker and O. Bartheye eds., Baden-Baden, Germany, August 3, 2011. [pdf] [slides (86 Mb)]
  10. Mariette Soury, Philippe Morignot, Christophe Leroux, Patrick Hède, Jean-Pierre Savary, Jérôme Canou. Cognitive and Physical Stimulation Services with a Robotic Agent in a Domestic Setting. In Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference of the European  Association for Advancement for Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE'11), Maastricht, The Netherlands, Aug. 31 - Sept. 2, 2011. [pdf]
  11. Philippe Morignot, Mariette Soury, Christophe Leroux, Héléna Vorobieva, Patrick Hède. Generating Scenarios for a Mobile Robot with an Arm. Case study : Assistance for Handicapped Persons. Eleventh International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision (ICARCV'10). Singapore, December 2010, P1054. [pdf] [slides] [video (27 Mb)]
  12. Héléna Vorobieva, Mariette Soury, Patrick Hède, Christophe Leroux, Philippe Morignot. Object Recognition and Ontology for Manipulation with an Assistant Robot. In Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics (ICOST'10), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Aging Friendly Technology for Health and Independence, Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg, vol. 6159, 2010, pages 178-185. [pdf]
  13. Alexandru Horia Brie, Philippe Morignot. Genetic Planning using Variable Length Chromosomes. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS'05), Monterey, CA, June 5-10, 2005, pages 320 - 329. [pdf] [slides]
  14. Norbert Glaser, Philippe Morignot. Societies of Autonomous Agents and Their Reorganization. In Proceedings of the First Joint Conference on Complex Systems in Psychology. Wolfgang Tschacher and Jean-Pierre Dauwalder eds., World Scientific, 1999, pages 193-206. [ps]
  15. Philippe Morignot, Olivier Aycard, François Charpillet. A Pair of Heterogeneous Agents in a Unique Vehicle for Object Motion. In Proceedings of the 1997 IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI'97), IEEE Computer Society, ISBN 0-8186-8203-5, November 3-8, 1997, Newport Beach, USA, pages 508-513. [pdf]
  16. Philippe Morignot. Embedded Planning. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Planning Systems (AIPS'94), Kristian Hammond ed., Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA, 1994, pages 128-133.  [ps]
  17. Christophe Assémat, Philippe Morignot, Philippe Vernet. COPLANER : un système-expert en planification de bâtiments : vers une expertise fonctionnelle en planification. In Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Expert Systems and Their Applications, EC2, Avignon, France, 1989, pages 741-753.

  18. National Conferences
  19. Philippe Morignot, Oyunchimeg Shagdar, Fawzi Nashashibi. Densité de trafic émergente pour des véhicules intelligents communiquants guidés par heuristique. First National Conference on Practical Applications of A.I. (APIA'15). Domitile Lourdeaux ed., Rennes, France, July 2-3, 2015. [pdf] (in French) [slides]

  20. International Workshops
  21. Philippe Morignot. On the Relationship between Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. 1st International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational  Modelling in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Decision Support Systems. O. Bartheye and G. Lasker eds., Baden-Baden, Germany, July 2013. [pdf] [slides]
  22. Philippe Morignot, Jean-François Tilman, Chrisophe Cognault, Pierre Hélie, Bruno Patin. A study of norms and standards regarding embedded decisional software. In Proceedings of the First Annual ESA Workshop on Spacecraft Data Systems and Software, Nordwijk, The Netherlands, October 17-20, 2005, 9 pages. [pdf]
  23. Patrick Fabiani, Eric Bensana, Jean-Loup Farges, Philippe Morignot, Jean-Clair Poncet, Johan Baltié, Bruno Patin. Distributed re-planning with bounded time resources in the ARTEMIS project. In Proceedings of the ICAPS'05 International Workshop on Planning under Uncertainty for Autonomous Systems. Monterey, CA, June 2005, pages 76-77. [pdf]
  24. Philippe Morignot, Jean-Clair Poncet, Johan Baltié, Patrick Fabiani, Eric Bensana, Jean-Loup Farges, Bruno Patin. Simulating Uninhabited Combat Aircraft in Hostile Environments (Part II). In Proceedings of the European Simulation Interoperability Workshop (Euro-SISO SIW'05), Toulouse, France, June 27-30, 2005, 11 pages, ref. 05E-SIW-039. [pdf] [slides]
  25. Jean-François Tilman, Philippe Morignot, Jean-Clair Poncet, Nelly Strady, Bruno Patin. Athéna: a Generic Multi-purpose Environment for Simulating Complex Systems. In Proceedings of the European Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Edimburgh, UK, April 2004, 9 pages, ref. 04E-SIW-047. [pdf]
  26. Philippe Morignot, Patrick Fabiani, Jean-François Gabard, Bruno Patin, Stéphane Millet. Simulating Uninhabited Aircraft in Hostile Environments. In Proceedings of the Spring Symposium Interoperability Workshop (SISO SIW'04), Arlington, VA, April 2004, 9 pages, ref. 04S-SIW-081. [pdf] [slides]
  27. Philippe Morignot, Laurant Somek, Christophe Miller, Bruno Gaudinat. Building and optimizing timetables for airport employees. ILOG International Users Meeting, Paris, February 2001. [pdf] [slides]
  28. Norbert Glaser, Philippe Morignot. The Reorganization of Societies of Autonomous Agents. In Proceedings of the Eight European Workshop on Modelling Autonomous Agents in a Multi-Agent World (MAAMAW'97), Lectures Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1997. [ps]
  29. Joachim Hertzberg, Herbert Jaeger, Philippe Morignot, Uwe Zimmer: A Framework for Plan Execution in Behavior-Based Robots. In Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control (ISIC'98), Gaithersburg, MD, September 1998, pages 8-13. [pdf]
  30. Philippe Morignot, Barbara Hayes-Roth. Adaptable Motivational Profiles for Autonomous Agents. In Working Notes of the Third European Workshop on Planning (EWSP'95), Assisi, Italy, September 1995, pages 435-438. Position paper. [ps]
  31. Philippe Morignot, Barbara Hayes-Roth. Why Does an Agent Act ? Adaptable Motivations for Goal Selection and Generation. In 1995 Spring Symposium on Representing Mental States and Mechanisms, Michael Cox et Michael Freed eds., AAAI Press, Menlo Park, CA, March 1995, pages 97-101. [ps]
  32. Philippe Morignot. Statement of Research Interest. In 1993 AAAI Spring Symposium on Foundations of Automatic Planning : The Classical Approach and Beyond, Amy Lansky ed., AAAI Press, Menlo Park, CA, March 1993, page 161.
  33. Christophe Assémat, Philippe Morignot, Philippe Vernet. COPLANER : un système-expert en planification de bâtiments : vers une expertise fonctionnelle en planification. In Proceedings of the First European Workshop on Applications of A.I. to Building, Architecture and Civil Engineering, EC2, Paris, France, November 1988, pages 33-47.

  34. National Workshops
  35. Zayed Alsayed, Guillaume Bresson, Pierre Merdrignac, Philippe Morignot, Fawzi Nashashibi, Evangeline Pollard, Guillaume Tréhard. Intelligent Vehicle: Integration and Issues. In Proceedings of  the Workshop on Perception for the Intelligent Vehicle, Workshop of RFIA'14, Rouen, France, June 30, 2014. [pdf] [slides]
  36. Johan Baltié, Eric Bensana, Patrick Fabiani, Jean- Loup Farges, Stéphane Millet, Philippe Morignot, Bruno Patin, Gérald Petitjean, Gauthier Pitois, and Jean-Clair Poncet. Mission management system for package of unmanned combat aerial vehicles. In Second National Workshop on Control Architectures of Robots: from models to execution on distributed control architectures (CAR'07), Paris, France, May 31-June 1, 2007. LIP6. [pdf]
  37. Philippe Morignot, Mohamed Ferhaoui, Louis Pelerin, Vincent Rivière, Laurent Meunier, Denis Raffault, A. Aminian. Optimiser l'affectation de paquets de vols à des aérogares. In Actes du 5e Congrès de la Société Française de Recherche Opérationnelle et d'Aide à la Décision (ROADEF'03). Avignon, February 2003, pages 384-385. [pdf] (in French)
  38. Philippe Morignot, Laurent Somek, Christophe Miller, Bruno Gaudinat. Construire et Optimiser les Emplois du Temps d'Employés d'Aéroports. In Actes des Septièmes Journées Nationales sur la Résolution Pratique de Problèmes NP-complets (JNPC'01). ONERA, Toulouse, June 2001, pages 209-219. [pdf] (in French) 
  39. Philippe Morignot, François Charpillet. An Anytime Look at Task Planning. In Proceedings of the Fifteenth Workshop of the United Kingdom Planning and Scheduling Special Interest Group, Gerry Kelleher ed., John Moores University, Liverpool, UK, November 1996, pages 251-263. [pdf]
  40. Philippe Morignot, Barbara Hayes-Roth. Agents Autonomes et Motivation. In Actes des 5e Journées Nationales du PRC-GDR en Intelligence Artificielle, CRIN-CNRS, Nancy, France, February 1-3, 1995. (in French)

  41. Unrefereed Papers
  42. Philippe Morignot, François Fages, Thierry Martinez. PKML with ClpZinc: A Compilation Chain from Search to Solvers, and its Use for Packing. Tech. Rep. LIFEWARE, INRIA Rocq., February 2015. [pdf]
  43. Thierry Martinez, Francois Fages, Philippe Morignot, Sylvain Soliman. Search as Constraint Satisfaction. Tech. Rep. LIFEWARE, INRIA, May 2014. [pdf]
  44. Philippe Morignot, Evangeline Pollard. Towards Intelligent Robots. Tech. Rep., INRIA, RITS, April 2014. [pdf]
  45. Rodolphe Gelin, Emilie Wirbel, Antoine Mazel, Nicolas Garcia, Laurent Souchet, Hervé Le Borgne, Philippe Morignot, Crédo Paniah. Exploration of Unknown Environments with Humanoid Robots. Tech. Rep., Sept. 2013. [pdf]
  46. Philippe Morignot, Fawzi Nashashibi. An Ontology to Decide on Respect or Relaxation of Traffic Rules in Unusual Situations for Autonomous Vehicle Assistance. Tech. Rep., INRIA, IMARA, March 2013. [pdf]
  47. Mohamed Walid Ben Ghezala, Philippe Morignot, Amel Bouzeghoub, Christophe Leroux. Framework for Context Analysis and Planning of an Assistive Robot. Tech. Rep., CEA LIST, LRI, March 2012. [pdf]
  48. Philippe Morignot. Optimisation combinatoire : comment trouver rapidement une bonne solution ?, In Bulletin de l'Association Française pour l'Intelligence Artificielle, (72):11-12, April 2011. (in French) [pdf]
  49. Philippe Morignot, Sylvie Thiébaux, Daniel Godard, Olivier Bonnet-Torrès, Florent Teichteil. Minutes on the Fifteenth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS'05). In Bulletin de l’Association Française pour l’Intelligence Artificielle, (60):57-63, July 2005. (in French) [buy]
  50. Agnès Gorge, Philippe Morignot. Une corrélation en programmation par contraintes distribuée. Tech. report, AXLOG Ingénierie, Arcueil, March 2005, 10 pages. (in French) [pdf]
  51. Philippe Morignot, Barbara Hayes-Roth. Goal Generation and Revision for Planning Agents in Unpredictable Environments. KSL Tech. Rep. 95-75, October 1995. [ps]
  52. Barbara Hayes-Roth, Karl Pfleger, Philippe Morignot, Philippe LalandaPlans and Behavior in Intelligent Agents. KSL Tech. Rep. 95-35, March 1995. [ps]
  53. Philippe Morignot. Book review, “ Craig Knoblock, Generating abstraction hierarchies : an automated approach to reducing search in planning, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA, 1993”. In Bulletin de l’Association Française pour l'Intelligence Artificielle, (16):53, July 1994. (in French)  [buy]
  54. Philippe Morignot. Coping with the White Knight in Planning. Tech. Rep. 92C001, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, C.S. Dept., Paris, 1992. [buy]

Seminars                                                                                                   [Top]

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Teaching                                                                                                     [Top]


Action planning - PLAC
Constraint programming - PPCO
Linear programming - PLAM1
Rule-based systems - SYBR

EPITA, Le Kremlin-Bicètre, France. For M2 students, options SCIA and CSI. 12 - present.
    Slides: session 1, session 2, session 3, exercises 1 using CPT.
    Slides: session 1, session 2, exercises 1 & exercises 2 using MiniZinc.
    Slides: session 1, session 2, session 3, session 4. Collab. with A.-L. Putz teaching PLAM2 using GLPK.
    (Revised) slides of Adrien Pain: session1, session2, session3, exercises 1 using CLIPS.

Action planning

Constraint programming
Télécom ParisTech, Paris, France. For M2 students, option MCII, INF-348. 14.
   Slides: session and exercises using CPT.
   Slides: session and exercises using OPL.
Linux
ESIGELEC, Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France. For M1 students. 11 - 12.
Combinatorial optimization University Paris 9 - Dauphine, France. For M2P students in Computer science, Intelligent Systems.  07.
Mixed integer / linear programming Pacte Novation, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France. For software engineers. 03.
Constraint programming IBM (ex- ILOG), Gentilly, France. For software engineers and researchers. 00.
Object-oriented languages Télécom ParisTech, Paris, France. For M2 students. 90-92.
Object-oriented languages Ecole Centrale de Paris, Chatenay-Malabry, France. For M2 students in options Applied Mathematics and Real-time C.S. 90-92.
LISP
IngénIA, Issy-les-moulineaux, France. For software engineers. 92.
LISP
Methods for Artificial Intelligence
Cognitech, Paris, France. For software engineers. 89.

People                                                                                                           [Top]

        Supervised software engineers
        Advised interns

Projects                                                                                                        [Top]

    Net-WMS-2 for the French National Research Agency (ANR), 11 - 15.
        Optimal packing of objects with complex shapes.

    ARMEN for the French National Research Agency (ANR), 10 - 13.
        Mobile robotics for assisting disabled persons.

    YOJI (challenge CAROTTE organized by the French Procurement Agency DGA) for the French National Research Agency (ANR), 09 - 12.
        Exploration of an unknown 120m2 flat and visual detection of objects, using 3 humanoid robots NAO. [Video & pictures 2010] [Pictures 2011]

    PROOFER for PREDIT, 07.
        Proof with a SAT solver that there is no accident risk in an automated manoeuver station controlling subway trains.

    ARTEMIS for the French Procurement Agency (DGA), 03 - 06.
        Simulation of 8 uninhabited combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs) having to destroy targets in foe territory.

    PROACTIVE for the European Commission (ESPRIT 5), 01-02.
        Reconfiguration of processes for industrial projects.

    SINGLE-SKY for EUROCONTROL, 00-01.
        Shrink of the planned take-off time of the daily 30,000 European flights, while respecting CFMU's regulations.
        Re-shaping of European flights' 3D-sectors.

    EVAHR for the NASA (Johnson Space Center), 94-96.
        Simulation of an autonomous robot rescuing astronauts lost around a space station.

    DSSA (AIbots) for the DARPA, 92-95.
        Adaptable mobile robotics as a prototype for an autonomous tank on a battlefield.

    For the French Ministry of Defense, 87-88.
        Ballistic interception of a flying target with a bullet.

    IN.PRO.BAT for the French Ministry of Industry, 86-87.
        Expert system for building a plan of tasks of workers on a building site.
       
    Industrial projects

    SERP-NG for EUROCOPTER, 05-06.
        Migration of 10x700 first-order inference rules from the Power Model inference engine to the Jrules one.

    ADPOPTI for Aéroports de Paris, 01-02.
        Strategic assignment of flight groups to airport terminals, while minimizing a 6-term cost function.

    BOOKING OFFICE for EUTELSAT, 99-00.
        Booking of satellites' transponders.

    MAXIME for Aéroports de Paris, 98-99.
       Assignment of tasks to on-ground employees of airports.
       Last minute re-assignment due to late arrival of flights, while minimizing the changes in the previously built  timetable.

    For L'OREAL, 97-98.
        Scheduling of tests of cosmetic products.

    SIRIUS for PSA, 91-92.
        Expert system to design internal broaching tools.


Service                                                                                                            [Top]

   Reviewer, National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (CNIA), Conference of RFIA, Clermont-Ferrand, June 29 - July 1, 2016.
   Reviewer, Second National Conference on Practical Applications of A.I. (APIA), Conference of RFIA, Clermont-Ferrand, France, June 29 - July 1, 2016.
   Organization Committee, President, Competition Artificial Intelligence on Robots, hosted by RFIA, Clermont-Ferrand, France, June 27-28, 2016. [TV]
   Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles, 2016.
   Administration Council, French Association for Artificial Intelligence (AFIA), Co-Editor, 03-present.
   Program Committee, First National Conference on Practical Applications of A.I. (APIA), Conference of PFIA, Rennes, France, July 2-3, 15.
   Reviewer, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 14.
   Member, Association for Constraint Programming (A4CP), 14-present.
   Program Committee, Evolutionary Techniques in Planning and Scheduling, Workshop of ICAPS, Roma, Italy, June 13.
   Reviewer, International Journal of Advanced Robotics Systems, 12.
   Organization Committee, Plateforme AFIA, Chambéry, France, May 11.
   Expert reviewer, French National Research Agency (ANR), 11.
   Examiner, Ph.D. defense jury,"Planification de mission pour un véhicule aérien autonome" (Mission planning for an aerial autonomous vehicle), Elodie Chantery, ONERA, Toulouse, France, Sept. 05.
   Reviewer, European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI), 04.
   Reviewer, European Conference on Planning (ECP), 97.
   Reviewer, International Conference on Expert Systems and their Aplications, 89.

Bio                                                                                                                   [Top]

   Curriculum Vitae : in 2 pages (English, French), in 4 pages (in French).

   Profiles:  LinkedIn, Viadeo.

Employment

Senior Researcher
VeDeCoM Institute, Versailles, France, 16-present.
Expert engineer
INRIA Rocquencourt, Le Chesnay, France, 12-15.
   Project-team LIFEWARE (ex- CONTRAINTES), 14-15.
   Project-team RITS (ex- IMARA), 12-13. [page]
Researcher-Engineer CEA, LIST, DIASI, Interactive Robotics Laboratory, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France, 09-11. [robot SAM] [video] [video (81 Mb)] [video (27 Mb)]
Chief Scientific Officer Axlog Ingénierie, Arcueil, France, 03-08.
Project leader, then Consultant Pacte Novation, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, 98-03.
Consultant IBM (ex- ILOG), Gentilly, France, 97-98.
Postdoctoral researcher Fraunhofer Institute, Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems, Sankt Augustin, Germany, 97.
ERCIM fellowship, 97.
Postdoctoral researcher Institute for Computer Science, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas, Heraklion, Greece, 96-97.
ERCIM fellowship, 96-97.
Postdoctoral researcher INRIA Grand Est, Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications (LORIA), project-team LARSEN (ex-  MAIA), Nancy, France, 96.
Software engineer Robotics Research Harvesting, Redwood City, California, 94-96.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Stanford University, Knowledge Systems Laboratory, Adaptive Intelligent Systems team, California, 92-95. [video] [simplified blackboard BB1]
Lavoisier fellowship, 92-93.
Software engineer IngénIA, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, 91-92.
Ph.D. student (cont'd)
Syseca Temps-Réel, Saint-Cloud, France, 89-90.
CIFRE fellowship, 89-90.
Scientific military service Etablissement Technique Central de l'Armement, Centre d'Analyse de la Défense, Arcueil, France,87-88.
Ph.D. student
Cognitech, Paris, France, 86-89.
CIFRE fellowship, 86-87 and 88-89

Education

Ph.D.
Critères de vérité en planification [Truth criteria in planning], Télécom ParisTech, Network and C. S. (INFRES) Dept., Paris, France, 91. [pdf]

     YAPS (Yet Another Planning System) is a task planner based on David Chapman’s modal truth criterion. This criterion infers how to make a precondition possibly/necessary true in a partially-ordered partially-instantied plan of actions ; and it deduces the modal truth value of a precondition in such a plan. A backtracking best first search in the space of partial plans is used to control the search.YAPS is tested on the domains of the blocks world, the towers of Hanoi, recursive planning, ski, robots and office factotum.
     The source code in Common Lisp and the planning domains are available here.
M.Sc. Artificial Intelligence, Pattern Recognition, and Graphical Algorithmics (IARFAG)Paris 6 University and Ponts ParisTech, Paris and Marne-la-Vallée, France, 87.
B.S. Ecole Centrale de Paris, Chatenay-Malabry, France, 86.

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