Dream - SED Sophia Antipolis Méditerrannée
Dream is the local name of CRISAM's service for supporting experiments & development, aka. SED.
Our service is composed of research engineers providing support for development, experiments and the management of experimental platforms. The team keeps up on technological advances.
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Pour mener des expérimentations sur de très grands graphes (plusieurs centaines de millions d’éléments), les chercheurs doivent se tourner vers des infrastructures distribuées. Les middlewares existants de calculs distribués sur les graphes affichent certaines limites quand à leurs modèles et leurs performances. À partir de l’étude de ces middlewares, l’ADT…
A new version of the prototype developed for the RApp project has been delivered on march 30th. The prototype is made of three parts, all written in HopJS: a robot simulator; an application embedded in the robot; an application located in a cloud server; The purpose of the different parts:…
CMUSphinx, where CMU stands for Carnegie Mellon University, is an open source toolkit for speech recognition. This proof of concept, aims at using speech instead of a mouse to trigger transitions within a state machine, and have a visual feedback of it.
If you ever happen to write code using emacs, and also happen to write Emacs Lisp code to enhance the way you write code with emacs, here is a good place to start with. I strongly advise people to get the corresponding info document and open it using, of course,…