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UMR 5205 CNRS / INSA Lyon / Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 / Université Lumière Lyon 2 / École Centrale de Lyon
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Team GRAMA : Graphs, Algorithms and Multi-Agents

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Coordinator Hamamache Kheddouci Assistant coordinator Salima Hassas
Beginning date Jul 01, 2012 - Ending date Dec 31, 2014
The team Graphs, Algorithms and Multi-Agents belongs to the Poles Data Science , Interactions and cognition
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GrAMA's activity towards a double articulation 1) a vertical articulation for each theme (graphs or multi-agents), where the researchers address fundamental or technological problems of their own field of research and 2) an horizontal articulation, transversal to the both themes, where the entire team focuses on more general issues, via specific models of each theme or a combination of these models.

The scientific objectives of the research were organized in this double articulation:

  • In a transverse level, the team is developing models based on graphs or multi-agent systems, and provides analysis and IT solutions to current problems like scaling algorithms, intelligibility data and knowledge from large amounts of data, the design of mechanisms to distributed control and reasoning, decentralization of control and self-* mechanisms (self-stabilization, self-organization, etc.) in dynamic and open environments.
  • In a local level, for the graphs theme, the team is interested in the study of combinatorial and algorithmic structures (packing, matching, etc.) and graph parameters (colorings, domination, combinatorial games, etc). For the multi-agents theme, the team develops models for multi-agent interaction and coordination, recognition of intent, the coupling of dynamic and constructivist approaches to cognition.

The team approach is to anchor its research in areas of study and application as: web and P2P networks, the field of transport and logistics, the field of complex networks of inter-connected objects, etc. It also aims to help answer issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Last update : 2015-01-08 15:04:41