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The scientific activity of APR mainly develops around Algorithms and Languages and several projects exist, with many collaborations
In the field of random generation of structures, Boltzmann model, which
comes from analytic combinatorics, shows to be particularly efficient for
generating objects obeying complex constraints. The goal of the action “Random Generation” is to develop Boltzmann methods for the automatic generation of tests for intensive and large scale applications, particularly in the context of testing and checking software.
Web, Languages and Coherence Action
The goal of this action is to design and implement multitarget langages for the Web, compiled for client-server and database, with an objective of coherence. We both develop formal semantics for concurrent and distributed computing, and implement languages using these extensions to design Web applications.
Seminars and working groups
Projects in collaboration
LinkThreads (2014-) :Link flow analysis of dynamic graphs from traces of multithreaded programs (with Complex networks and MOVE)
Z3 (2010-12): Implantation of the ZAM functional machine in the VMkit virtual machine (with REGAL)
AFMI (2008-10) : Formal Approaches for the metrology of the Internet (with Complex Network)
PAME (2008-10): Programming Emerging Multicore Architectures (with PEQUAN and ALSOC)
SYNUS (2007-09): Symbolic-Numeric Algorithms for Solving Polynomial Systems (with PEQUAN and SALSA)