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.
The Simco axis deals with the simulation and control of large complex systems.
In this perspective, simulation plays a crucial role in the understanding of the behavior of the studied systems. Among the theoretical tools used, multi-agent and multi-level approaches play a preponderant role to validate simulation models before the implementation of the command.
Two techniques are widely used in this framework, the first is based on differential flatness and the latter is based on the concept of model-free control.
The main application domains are:
Team members are also interested in algebraic techniques in order to predict the behavior of these systems and thus anticipate the implementation of the control.
Le projet « Green Supply Chain » consiste en la création d’un système d’aide à la décision standard pour la conception et la planification des chaînes logistiques durables selon une nouvelle organisation basée sur les différents mécanismes de collaboration et d’Internet Physique
The first purpose of the SmartMOB (Smart MOBility) project is to encourage drivers to park their cars to continue their trips using public transport to save time, facilitate their trips, save money, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions...
L’objectif de ce projet est de repenser les recherches sur l’amélioration des performances des véhicules en intégrant la complexité des usages, par exemples les comportements des conducteurs.
The objective of the CISIT ISART project is to study and evaluate different approaches for the integration of traffic control support systems for flexible intermodal transportation systems.
Similar (Simulations with Multi-Level Agents and Reactions) is a Multi-Level Agent-Based Modeling formal meta-model based on the Influence Reaction model.
Similar2Logo is a Logo-like multiagent-based simulation environment based on the Similar API and released under the CeCILL-B license.