Title: Pattern classification based on belief function theory.
The LGI2A laboratory (Laboratory of Computer Engineering and Automation of Artois) is a host team of the Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research (EA 3926). This laboratory was created in 2000. It currently is composed of more than fifteen research lecturers (...)
In this theme, we are looking for the improvement of the movement of people using new advances in information and communication technologies.
Our objective is to take economic, social and environmental aspects into account when planning processes in logistics chains, logistics and production management.
The axis Decision and information fusion (DéFI) deals with problems of decision-making in an uncertain environment.
The axis Optimization of Logistics systems (OptiLog) concentrates its efforts on problem-solving methods which are difficult to solve and which are often combinatorial in logistic systems. These problems have become more complex in the last decade with concerns related to sustainable development.
The Simulation and Control axis focuses on control theory and computer science based methods for the modeling, simulation, identification and control of systems in relation with the mobility of goods and people.