Harold Trannois

Harold Trannois
Université de Picardie Jules Verne | UPJV · MIS - Modélisation, information et systèmes

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Citations since 2017
2 Research Items
23 Citations
Harold Trannois currently works at the MIS - Modélisation, information et systèmes, Université de Picardie Jules Verne. Harold does research in Data Mining, Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence. Their current project is 'DAAB (Détection Anticipation Action Face aux Risques dans les Bâtiments Connectés'.
September 1994 - December 1996
Université de Picardie Jules Verne
Field of study
  • Informatique
September 1993 - September 1994
University of Lorraine
Field of study
  • DEA Informatique


Publications (11)
Conference Paper
Cloud robotic system is a mono- or multi- robot system that profits one or more services of Cloud Computing. In a few short years, Cloud robotics as a newly emerged field has already received much research and industrial attention. The use of the Cloud for robotics and automation brings some potential benefits largely ameliorating the performance o...
In this chapter we propose a graphic display tool for the results of calculations carried out using a discrete element code: Graphic Interface for Discrete Element Code (GIDE). This is a post-processing application written in C++ based on portable open source libraries, making GIDE compatible with different OS (Windows, Linux, Unix, MacOS, etc.).
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Dans le domaine de la simulation numérique en mécanique et plus généralement des sciences de l'ingénieur, la Méthode des Eléments Finis (MEF) est largement utilisée. Ainsi, tous les logiciels mettant en oeuvre cette méthode proposent des outilsévolués de post-traitement et de visualisation des résultats. Ces outils ont at-teint aujourd'hui une gran...
This paper describes an original reasoning mechanism based on the principles of Distributed Artificial Intelligence (PAI). The purpose of this research was to construct a microscopic simulator of the road traffic near an intersection. In this model vehicles are considered as agents whose knowledge base is constructed dynamically before each decisio...


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