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Données et Algorithmes pour une ville intelligente et durable

Laboratory presentation

The goal of DAVID -created in july 2015- is to contribute to disciplinary research in computer science (databases, algorithmics, big data, knowledge extraction ....) applied to smart cities. It adresses interdisciplinary social challenges aiming to create better urban services and smarter living environments, while also protecting the privacy of the people living in those environments. The research teams at DAVID have already taken part in projects involving academic and industrial partners (city of Paris, Versailles Grand Parc, VEDECOM, ENGIE, Ineo), and take part in the DIGICOSME, CHARMMMAT and PATRIMA LabEx.

The 19 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Lifetime optimization of dense wireless sensor networks using continuous ring-sector model Ado Adamou Abba Ari, Abdelhak Mourad Gueroui 04/01/22 Future Generation Computer Systems
Introducing artificial intelligence to the radiation early warning system Mohammed Al Saleh, Béatrice Finance, Yehia Taher 02/01/22 Environmental Science and Pollution Research
Distributed Reinforcement Learning for the Management of a Smart Grid Interconnecting Independent Prosumers Dominique Barth 02/01/22 Energies
WSNs Information Life Cycle in the Context of Smart Cities Chahrazed Ksouri 01/01/22 Communications in Computer and Information Science
A Game Theoretic Approach to Irregular Repetition Slotted Aloha Kinda Khawam 01/01/22 IEEE Access
Enumerating models of DNF faster: Breaking the dependency on the formula size Yann Strozecki 11/15/21 Discrete Applied Mathematics
Testbed of V2X infrastructure for autonomous vehicles Sondes Kallel 10/01/21 Annales des Telecommunications
Biological computation and computational biology: survey, challenges, and discussion Zaineb Chelly Dagdia 08/01/21 Artificial Intelligence Review
Mobile participatory sensing with strong privacy guarantees using secure probes Iulian Sandu Popa, Karine Zeitouni 07/01/21 GeoInformatica
EMR2vec: Bridging the gap between patient data and clinical trial Yehia Taher 06/01/21 Computers and Industrial Engineering
Computing the multilinear factors of lacunary polynomials without heights Yann Strozecki 05/01/21 Journal of Symbolic Computation
Performance evaluation of a solution for composite service selection problem with multiple consumers Jean Michel Fourneau 05/01/21 Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory
Towards a semantic indoor trajectory model: application to museum visits Alexandros Kontarinis, Karine Zeitouni 04/01/21 GeoInformatica
Whisper: A location privacy-preserving scheme using transmission range changing for internet of vehicles Ado Adamou Abba Ari 04/01/21 Sensors
Optimisation of electrical network configuration: Complexity and algorithms for ring topologies Dominique Barth, Thierry Mautor 03/06/21 Theoretical Computer Science
Incremental Schema Discovery at Scale for RDF Data Redouane Bouhamoum, Zoubida Kedad, Stéphane Lopes 01/01/21 Lecture Notes in Computer Science
ENERGY PACKET NETWORKS with MULTIPLE ENERGY PACKET REQUIREMENTS Jean Michel Fourneau 01/01/21 Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences
SMATE: Semi-Supervised Spatio-Temporal Representation Learning on Multivariate Time Series Jingwei Zuo, Karine Zeitouni, Yehia Taher 01/01/21 Proceedings - IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, ICDM
MULANE - A Lightweight Extendable Agent-oriented LoRaWAN Simulator with GUI Jean Michel Fourneau 01/01/21 Proceedings - International Symposium on Computers and Communications

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)