|Ph.D. Student since September 1993.|
|Groupe de Recherche en Perception et Robotique.|
|École Polytechnique of Montréal (Québec, CANADA).|
|Voice:||(514) 340-4711 ext. 5783|
You can find here an abstract of the research that I have done for my Ph.D. in the Groupe de Recherche en Perception et Robotique of École Polytechnique of Montréal (Canada) and within the NSERC-Noranda Industrial Chair in Mining Automation. My thesis is entitled ``Modélisation de l'Objet et application à ses représentations'' (Object Modeling and Application to its Representations). The terme Object refers here to complex systems composed of several elements whose types could be very different. Our model constitutes a framework to integrate these elements while preserving their distinction to allow ease of manipulation.
First, we describe the object model and, then, a particular application of the model done within the Chair: the modeling of underground mines to provide information usable by vehicles that navigate in an autonomous fashion. A postscript version is also available in english ou en français