Avenue Michel Crépeau
La Rochelle University
17042 La Rochelle
As an assitant professor since 1995, my research fields have evolved from language processing to formal concept analysis via image processing and fuzzy logic.
I am currently working on problems related to generalized convex hull in the context of formal concept analysis applied to complex and heterogeneous data.
I am currently in charge of the “Programming in
C language” course in the second year of the computer science bachelor degree at La Rochelle University.
I am still very much influenced by my three decades of judo practice which reflects on my teaching practices as well as on my approach to academic research.
|Nov 24, 2022||Moving to gitlab page.|
|Apr 7, 2022||Putting the academic CV online.|
- NPCNᴇxᴛPʀɪᴏʀɪᴛʏCᴏɴᴄᴇᴘᴛ: A new and generic algorithm computing concepts from complex and heterogeneous dataTheoretical Computer Science 2020
- GALACTICGALACTIC: A python3 framework for studying Formal Concept AnalysisJan 2019
- FC+2MThe fuzzy c+2-means: solving the ambiguity rejection in clusteringPattern Recognition Jan 2000