Avenue Michel Crépeau
La Rochelle University
17042 La Rochelle
As an assistant professor, with a tenure dating back to 1995, my research interests have undergone a significant transformation over the years, from Natural Language Processing to Formal Concept Analysis, with a focus on Image Processing and Fuzzy Logic.
My current research endeavors are centered around the concept of Generalized Convex Hull in the realm of Formal Concept Analysis applied to complex and heterogeneous data sets.
I am presently in charge of instructing the “Programming in
C Language” courses, which are a part of the second-year curriculum for the Computer Science Bachelor’s degree program at La Rochelle University.
My passion for Judo, which I have practiced for three decades, has significantly impacted both my teaching style and my research approach. I am deeply influenced by the words of Jigoro Kano, particularly the phrases “自他共栄 - Mutual Welfare and Benefit” and “精力最活用 - Maximum efficient use of energy”, which resonate with my beliefs and principles.
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- NᴇxᴛPʀɪᴏʀɪᴛʏCᴏɴᴄᴇᴘᴛ: A new and generic algorithm computing concepts from complex and heterogeneous dataTheoretical Computer Science, 2020
- GALACTIC: A python3 framework for studying Formal Concept AnalysisJan 2019
- Lattices, closures systems and implication bases: A survey of structural aspects and algorithmsTheoretical Computer Science, Jan 2018
- The fuzzy c+2-means: solving the ambiguity rejection in clusteringPattern Recognition, Jan 2000