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The Web Intelligence Rhône-Alpes consortium brochure, describing the project and all participating labs

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    • Cluster de recherche ISLE Rhône-Alpes Web Intelligence http://www.web-intelligence-rhone-alpes.org/ Project Innovation A consortium of researchers working in Integration of the key necessary technologies several laboratories of the Region Rhône- to understand, to use effectively and to Alpes on topics exploiting Artificial Intelligence support the evolution of Internet, when and advanced information technology on the focusing on: Web and on the Internet.  Web and Service: Automatic and adaptive The objective of the project is to establish in creation of compound service-oriented the Région Rhône Alpes an integrated, applications on the Web and Internet multidisciplinary, and European leading  Web and Context: Personalized and research community in the area of Web context aware access to the different Intelligence by : information available on the Web and  analyzing and understanding current and Internet possible future roles of the Web and Internet  Web and Mediation: Integration and from the users’ perspective ; intertwining of heterogeneous information  contributing to the development of sources on the Web technologies for the current and future evolutions of the Web and Internet ;  Web and Trust: Improving the quality of the Web, in terms of trust and security, of privacy  proposing up-to-date teaching material on care, of identity management and personal Web Intelligence topics for students at the data protection undergraduate and graduate levels , but also for ICT companies and main actors ;  Future Web: Exploring research and  establishing a dense and fruitful network technological issues raised by the other with the Rhone-Alpes industry for the subprojects to further contribute to the technology transfer of the results of Web prospective development of the Web Intelligence project. Partners Research laboratories ERIC/UL, LCIS/UPMF, LHC/UJM, LIESP/UL, LIG/UG, LIRIS/UL, LISTIC/US, LSTI/ENSM- SE, TIMC/UG Trust networks Key figures Semantic Web Research laboratories competencies Web Services, Semantic Web, Documents, Multiagent Systems, Information Retrieval, Data Mining, Multi-Source Date, Multi Linguism Web of Services
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 LIG GRENOBLE

 GRENOBLE http://www.liglab.fr Group Research Themes: Expressing formalised knowledge on a computer is useful, not Contact : especially for the need of the computer, but for communication. In Jérôme EUZENAT future information systems, formalised knowledge will be massively Jerome.Euzenat@inria.fr exchanged. The goal of Exmo is the development of theoretical and Phone : +33 (0)4 76 61 53 66 software tools for enabling interoperability in formalised knowledge exchange. Exmo contributes to an emerging field called the semantic Permanent Members : web which blends the communication capabilities of the web with Jérôme EUZENAT (DR INRIA) knowledge representation. Jérôme DAVID (MCF UPMF)) We currently build on our experience of alignments as representing 4 post-doctoral the relationships between two ontologies on the semantic web. researchers Ontology alignments express correspondences between entities in two ontologies. They allow maximising sharing on the semantic web: 1 PhD Students various algorithms can produce alignments and various uses can be made of these alignments. Such alignments can be used for generating knowledge transformations (or any other kind of mediators) that will be used for interoperating. In order to guarantee properties of these transformations, we can consider the properties of alignments http://exmo.inrialpes.fr and generate transformations preserving them. Our current roadmap focusses on the design of an alignment Laboratoire d’Informatique de Grenoble infrastructure and on the investigation of alignment properties (and Maison Jean Kuntzmann especially semantic properties) when they are used for reconciling 110 avenue de la Chimie ontologies. BP53 38041 GRENOBLE Cedex 09 Contribution to the WI Project: France Tél : +33 (0)4 76 51 43 61 Sub-projects: Web and Mediation The web intelligence project allows us to discuss and exchange views with our colleagues through Rhône-Alpes which have similar preoccupation. In particular, we developed communication with the group of Jean-Marc Petit at LIRIS, Lyon, the Hadas group in LIG, Grenoble. We recently worked on ontology pattern with colleagues at LIRIS. We have organised several working days for presenting and discussing our work and have also organised an open workshop on mediation and scalability in 2008.
    • GETALP

 GETALP LIG

 LIG http://getalp.imag.fr Grenoble

 Grenoble Contact : Group Research Themes: Gilles SÉRASSET Gilles.Serasset@imag.fr The GETALP team is organized around four main research topics: Phone : +33 (0)4 76 51 43 80 1. Machine Translation (MT) and Computer-Aided Translation (CAT) 2. Automatic Recognition of Speech, Speakers and Sounds 3. Lexical resources and Corpora (software and content) Permanent Members : Christian BOITET 4. Dialogue, communication and emotions Valérie BELLYNCK 5. Specialized Programming Languages and Environments for NLP Laurent BESACIER Brigitte BIGI Activities around these research topics share five challenges: Hervé BLANCHON • make computer applications multilingual and "ubilingual" Francis BRUNET-MANQUAT • computerize under-resourced and rarely written languages by Jérôme GOULIAN adapting existing resources François PORTET • make language-based communication multimodal (text, speech, Didier SCHWAB gestures) Gilles SÉRASSET • propose and implement task-related evaluation methods and tools. 17 PhD Students • use contributive interaction to collect resources, improve tranlations, and communicate with "guaranteed meaning". Contribution to the WI Project: GETALP - Laboratoire Sub-projects: Web and Context d’Informatique de Grenoble In the WI contexts, users should be able to access information in Bât. IMAG B — 385 rue de la Bibliothèque their own language, regardless of the language they have been BP 53 38041 Grenoble Cedex 09 written in. Current web search engine are specialized in order to gain France access to the semantics of particular documents. Our goal is now Tél : +33 (0)4 76 51 43 59 the make them gain access to the semantics of specialized documents written in several languages. Our contribution is in the multilingual lexical resources field. In this field, we will study how ontological information should be organized to give an unbiased semantic access to a multilingual collection of documents. We propose to adopt strategies that have been successfully used to maintain multilingual lexical resources for general or specialized language as in the Papillon multilingual lexical database (http://www.papillon-dictionary.org).
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 LIG Grenoble http://hadas.imag.fr Group Research Themes: 1- Accessing data in large-scale systems: Contact: Adaptive query processing and new approaches for efficient query Christine COLLET evaluation Christine.Collet@grenoble-inp.fr  Machine-learning-based adaptive quey optimization Phone : +33 (0)4 76 82 72 48  Combine data and network management in dynamic ad-hoc networks  Pattern mining on multicore processors  Data mining on the chips Permanent Members: Christophe BOBINEAU 2 - Composing data services in a dynamic way: Christine COLLET Data and Query management using services Fabrice JOUANOT  Merging data and control flows for describing service coordination Marie-Christine ROUSSET  Dealing with autonomic services and systems Alexandre TERMIER  Providing reliability to services composition Genoveva VARGAS-SOLAR  Service-based query processing  Event flow management Others Members: Michel ADIBA 3 - Reasoning on data semantics: Noha IBRAHIM Algorithmics for scalable data querying through heterogeneous and distributed ontologies  P2P Data Management Systems  Context data management for applications in evolving environment  Representing data and resources quality and security as constraints Contribution to the WI Project: • Related projects (ANR): HADAS - Laboratoire − WebContent (http://www.webcontent.fr) d’Informatique de Grenoble − OPTIMACS (http://optimacs.imag.fr) Bât. IMAG D − CONTINUUM (http://conitnuum.unice.fr) — 680, rue de la Passerelle BP 72 • Tutorial on “Semantic Web” Marie-Christine ROUSSET at the Web 38402 St-Martin d’Hères Cedex Intelligence Summer School 2008, Autrans (38) France Tél : +33 (0)4 76 82 72 48 • Related thesis: H. TAN (2005-2009), S. TANDABANY (2004-2009), R. TOURNAIRE (granted, 2007-2010) • Collaborative action on “Automatic discovery of mappings between ontologies in P2P context”. Presentations in nov. 2008 and nov. 2009 • Publications: − A. Portilla, T. Hanh, J.-A. Espinosa-Oviedo, Experiences in building reliable mobile services based applications. (ICDE'08) − A. Portilla T. Hanh, J.-A. Espinosa-Oviedo C. Collet G. Vagar-Solar, Construire des applications fiables à base de services mobiles. (Ubimob'08) − Rémi Tournaire, Jean-Marc Petit, Marie-Christine Rousset, Alexandre Termier, Découverte de mappings probabilistes entre taxonomies. (BDA’09) − Rémi Tournaire, Jean-Marc Petit, Marie-Christine Rousset, Alexandre Termier, Discovery of probabilistics mappings between taxonomies. (ESWC’10, submitted)
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 LIG GRENOBLE

 GRENOBLE http://www.liglab.fr Group Research Themes: The central issue to be resolved concerns the relationship between Contact : the user and the multi-agent system. Currently, the user is not at the Yves DEMAZEAU heart of the design of systems that are targeted for him or her. Yves.Demazeau@imag.fr Phone : +33 (0)4 76 51 46 43 Instead, the user is seen just as a consumer of available products that may be, to a greater or lesser extent, customizable. This naturally results in problems of trust, and leads to security and legal Permanent Membres : problems from using agents. We support the idea of a future where real and virtual worlds interpenetrate and melt into one. The Yves DEMAZEAU (DR CNRS) consequences range from the fusion of virtual reality and real Catherine GARBAY (DR CNRS) Sylvie PESTY (PR UPMF) virtuality to the mutual acceptance of artificial and human agents; Julie DUGDALE (MCF UPMF) from the disappearance of interactional interfaces towards a dynamic Humbert FIORINO (MCF UJF) management of social space; from mere production tools towards tools destined for the creation and revival of interactive and real time applications. It should be possible for the user to be the designer of a 6 PhD Students MAS application, interacting with his environment. We believe that systems should not simply be usable, which was the concern twenty years ago, or useful, which was the concern of the last ten years. Instead we believe these systems should actually be used, and used on a large scale. Laboratoire d’Informatique In 2007-2010 the group focuses on User-Centred Multi-Agent de Grenoble Systems. Maison Jean Kuntzmann 110 avenue de la Chimie Contribution to the WI Project: BP53 38041 GRENOBLE Cedex 09 The group is participating to WP2 Subproject Web and Services. The France MAGMA group is currently interested by the dynamic composition of Tél : +33 (0)4 76 51 43 61 web services. We work in cooperation on these subjects with WI colleagues from St Etienne, Valence and Annecy. The group is participating to WP2 Subproject Web and Trust. The MAGMA group is currently interested by the numerical identity and by personal data protection. We work in cooperation on these subjects with WI colleagues from St Etienne, and with the support of the CNIL. The group is co-leading WP1 Usages, WP2 Web and Service, WP2 Subproject Web Future, and WP5 Evaluation.
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 d Information Multimedia MRIIM LIG GRENOBLE MR M Group Research Themes: The MRIM Team is one of leading research group in France in the areas of Information Retrieval and Information Access. The MRIM Team studies models and algorithms for Contact: efficient access to information contained in large, multimedia, multilingual and semi- Catherine BERRUT structured data collections. Catherine.Berrut@imag.fr Phone : +33 (0)4 76 51 48 86 The research developed in the MRIM group is dedicated to Information Retrieval and access, through 3 main axes: Permanent Members: • Formalisation, models for Information Retrieval; C. BERRUT, PR UJF • Development of operational models. Access to electronic data includes many facets J.-P. CHEVALLET, MCF UPMF leading to several research themes among which the MRIM team focuses on the data Y. CHIARAMELLA, PR UJF itself (structure, type), on the access to data (multilingual, remote access), and on the N. DENOS, MCF UPMF individualized access (personalisation, filtering.Therefore, this axis is divided in five M.-C. FAUVET, PR UJF sub axis, linked to work on specific media: E. GAUSSIER, PR UJF - indexing and retrieval of structured documents; P. MULHEM, CR CNRS - multimedia indexing and retrieval; G. QUENOT, CR CNRS) - contextual mobile information access; - multilingual and semantic access to textual information; 8 PhD Students - personalization, information filtering and recommendation systems; 4 postdoc • Evaluation. We work on the final evaluation of developed systems by participating at http://mrim.imag.fr international campaigns. We also a priori evaluate systems by working with ergonomists, psycho-physicist, etc. Laboratoire d’Informatique A fourth axis is dedicated to integration of web-based Information Systems. This aims at de Grenoble addressing issues that arise when designers want to assemble pieces of Information Maison Jean Kuntzmann Systems accessible by means of web services whose interfaces are incompatible on both 110 avenue de la Chimie functional and non-functional dimensions of their interfaces. Specifically, we have been BP53 working on: 38041 GRENOBLE Cedex 09 - Transactional properties of a composition of services: services that enter into France compositions with other services may have transactional properties, especially those in Tél : +33 (0)4 76 51 43 61 the broad area of resource management (e.g. booking services). These transactional properties may be exploited in order to derive composite services which themselves exhibit certain transactional properties. - Compatibility of service interactions: interactions between two applications encapsulated into Web services consist in series of message exchanges that must conform to service interfaces. The issues we are interested in are those that arise when interactions between two services (a client and a provider) fail because their interfaces are incompatible. Contribution to the WI Project: MRIM group members have been contributed to Web and Services, Web and Context, and Web and Mediation sub-projects of the WP2.
    • STEAMER STEAMER http://www-lsr.imag.fr/Les.Groupes/steamer/ LIIG LG GRENOBLE GRENOBLE Group Research Themes: Contact: The STEAMER group research mainly focuses on the representation and the processing Jérôme GENSEL of spatio-temporal and multimedia information systems. Jerome .Gensel@imag.fr Phone : +33 (0)4 76 82 72 80 Our objective is to propose formalisms and methods in order to offer some progresses in the conceptualization, implementation and use of spatial and temporal multimedia Permanent Members: information systems. Today, access to information is ubiquitous. Consequently, these systems are to be A. LBATH, PR UJF deployed in heterogeneous and mobile environments. We address these problems through P. DAVOINE, MCF INPG the notion of adaptation. J. GENSEL, PR UPMF H. MARTIN, PR UJF Our approach consists in taking into account the diversity of users (in terms of their M. VILLANOVA, MCF UPMF needs, priorities, levels of understanding, etc.) and various potential contexts of use (work D. ZIEBELIN, PR UJF stations, mobile phones, fixed or variable location, Web, etc.), in order to propose both adapted services and adapted information to users in terms of contents and presentation. 5 PhD Students Our research encompasses the conceptualization and development of middleware and 2 postdoc frameworks relying on the possibilities of object-oriented knowledge systems and structured or semi-structured formalisms (objects, xml, ontologies…), as well as Web technologies (Web mapping, Web services…). Our research takes place in the area of Geographic Information Systems (interactive cartography, spatial analysis, mobile GIS, location-based services), a domain of research known as geomatics, with applications in the field of natural risks prevention. The 3 main research themes of the STEAMER team are: STEAMER – Laboratoire 1. Representation of Spatio-Temporal Information d’Informatique de Grenoble 681 rue de la Passerelle, Domaine 2. Context-Awareness and Mobility Universitaire BP 72 3. Adaptation and Geovizualisation of Multimedia and Spatio-Temporal 38402 Saint Martin d'Hères Cedex Information: France Tél : +33 (0)4 76 82 72 80 . Contribution to the WI Project: Sub-projects: Web and context, Web and services
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 TIMC – IMAG GRENOBLE et de la Complexité - Informatique, Mathématiques et Applications, Grenoble http://www-timc.imag.fr/ Group Research Themes : Knowledge Management is the theme which best synthesizes the Contact : scientific activity of the Osiris team. The initial research work on a Michel SIMONET data model unifying databases and knowledge bases has given its Michel.Simonet@imag.fr Phone : +33 (0)4 56 52 00 89 name to the group. Ontologies have since become a major research theme, enlightening the other research themes of the group. The design of Information Systems is guided by an ontological Permanent Members : model which enables the user to express his/her view of the application domain in a direct way, close to his/her way of thinking. Ana SIMONET (MCF UPMF) This is opposed to the current approach in object models which Michel SIMONET (CR CNRS) Patrick PALMER (MCF UPMF) imposes prior and implicit choices of representation. Integration of existing systems implies first to perform reverse engineering of databases, which generally evolve in an uncontrolled and unspecified manner, without guaranteeing their global 3 PhD Students consistency. Ontologies are at the very heart of this process, as a support to restore a high-level view from a present situation which has deteriorated conceptually over the years. Finally, an Osiris knowledge base is a direct implementation of an ontology for decision aid purposes. Contribution to the WI Project TIMC-IMAG Sub-project MIRO: Multilingual Information Retrieval guided by Faculté de Médecine Ontologies 38700 LA TRONCHE France Tél : +33 (0)4 56 52 01 08 Sharing of the experience of management of ontologies and their application to multilingual semantic annotation and retrieval in the IP project NOESIS (6th FP). In this project, dedicated to the management and visualization of medical knowledge, the Osiris team designed an environment for the design and the multilingual enrichment of ontologies from texts. This was applied to the enrichment of an ontology of the cardiovascular domain in five languages. A PhD thesis on a multilingual concept-based terminology of the ordinary language of lay people was also presented in the course of the WI project. The objective of this work is to help lay people find electronic resources such as documents or web pages by using their mother tongue and with everyday words, e.g., bruise for haematoma or hair loss for alopecia.
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 Lyon Group Research Themes: Contact : Hamamache KHEDDOUCI The research of Graphs, Algorithms and Applications - G2Ap group hkheddou@bat710.univ-lyon1.fr turns around the combinatorial and algorithmic aspects of graphs and Phone : +33 (0)4 72 44 83 69 their applications for the modelling and resolution of optimization problems. Permanent Members : The G2Ap group researches are based on the three following words: H. KHEDDOUCI (PR LYON1) E. DUCHENE (MCF LYON1) - Graphs: in this theme, we are interested by the study of structures B. EFFANTIN (MCF LYON1) H. SEBA (MCF LYON1) in graphs and graph parameters. - Algorithms: In addition to graph structures and parameters, the G2Ap group is interested by the distributed, self-stabilizing and 3 PhD Students dynamic algorithms. These algorithms are used to better organize distributed and/or dynamic systems and to improve the communication between their entities. Moreover, more recently, the G2Ap group gives particular interest to the study of the dynamic algorithms and graphs. - Applications: the G2Ap group is interested by application fields for which the graphs are powerful tools for modelling and problem resolution. Among application fields which interest the G2Ap group: Laboratoire d'Informatique pour P2P systems, data mining and Web services. l'Entreprise et les Systèmes de Production Université Claude Bernard Lyon1 Contribution to the WI Project : Bâtiment Nautibus (ex. 710) 843, Bd. du 11 novembre 1918, Sub-projects : Web and Services 69622 Villeurbanne Cedex - The graphs and algorithms are the powerful tools for modelling France applications in the Internet. Our contribution in WI project consists to apply graph models and algorithmic aspects for discovering, Tel : +33 (0)4 72 44 83 69 composing and classifying web services in centralised, distributed (Lab. LIESP) (P2P) and mobile environments.
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 Database Group LIRIS



 LIRIS http://liris.cnrs.fr Lyon

 Lyon Laboratoire d'InfoRmatique en Image et Systèmes d'information UMR 5205 CNRS INSA de Lyon Mots-clés Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 Données spatio-temporelles, données, flux et Université Lumière Lyon 2 services, sécurité et confidentialité Ecole Centrale de Lyon Contact : Compétences Jean-Marc Petit (Pr) Représentation des connaissances, contraintes, théorie des bases de données, Inférence logique, fouille de 10 Membres Permanents : données, aspects systèmes des SGBD, modélisation multidimensionnelle Coquery Emmanuel Savoir-faire Coulondre Stéphane Passage à l’échelle des algorithmes De Marchi Fabien Monitoring d’environnements dynamiques Hacid Mohand-Said (Pr) Intégration de sources de données hétérogènes Laurini Robert (Pr) Qualité des données Lumineau Nicolas Langages de requêtes, techniques d’indexation Miquel Maryvonne Petit Jean-Marc (Pr) Servigne Sylvie Tchounikine Anne 20 PhD Students Thèmes centrés sur les approches déclaratives pour les données, flux et services • Confidentialité et sécurité des données et des services • Problèmes d’énumération de motifs intéressants dans les données • Entreposage et données spatio-temporelles, OLAP, SOLAP • Environnement dynamiques et temporels (flux, données, services), Réseaux de capteurs • Monitoring de données et de services en environnement dynamique • Qualité et méta-données • Sémantique pour les données multimédia Applications : • Le mail sémantique avec Alinto et Kwaga (projet DLM 3.0) • Analyse des logs des centrales hydrauliques avec EDF R&D • Patron de sécurité avec SAP Labs • Business intelligence géographique
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 Information Retrieval http://liris.cnrs.fr LIRIS

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 LIRIS LYON Contact: Lionel BRUNIE Sylvie CALABRETTO Sylvie.Calabretto@liris.cnrs.fr Group Research Themes: Phone : +33 (0)4 72 43 88 94 The DRIM team’s main research directions fall into the following areas: (i) semantic indexing of multimedia data and documents; (ii) Permanent Members: context modelling; and, (iii) design and development of protocols and tools for service discovery, access, data exchange, security and Jean-Marie PINON (PR INSA) privacy. Applications targeted include information retrieval systems, Nadia BENANI (MCF INSA) mobile systems, datagrids, pervasive systems and social networks. Elöd EGYED-ZSIGMOND (MCF INSA) The DRIM team has expertise in: Frédérique LAFOREST (MCF INSA) Lionel MEDINI (MCF UCB) • Semantic and collaborative multimedia document annotation Catherine ROUSSEY (MCF UCB) assistants Béatrice RUMPLER (MCF INSA) • Personalized and multilingual information retrieval systems Marian SCUTURICI (MCF INSA) • Distributed data management middleware: design and implementation 23 PhD Students • Mobile IS, distributed monitoring and data spaces • Context-aware applications • Multimedia and multi-structured query processing • Data security and privacy protocols in distributed environments Laboratoire d’InfoRmatique The scientific skills of the team can be declined in: en Images et Systèmes d’Information Service oriented architectures and middleware; application protocols; Université Claude Bernard document semantic, modelling; multimedia database modelling; Bâtiment Nautibus (710), information system modelling; information retrieval ; techniques; 43, Boulevard du 11 Novembre 1918 documentary standards; data security 69622 VILLEURBANNE Cedex 09 France Tél : +33 (0)4 72 43 26 10 Contribution to the WI Project: Sub-projects: Web and Context - Web and Mediation Our contribution is situated in the "Web and Context" and "Web and Mediation" themes. In the “Web and Context” theme, we apply our approach of Semantic Multilingual Information Retrieval to the Web and our approach of User Modelling to Personalized Information Retrieval on the Web. In the “Web and Mediation” theme, we apply our expertise in data exchange, security and privacy and on the development of applications for mobile systems and pervasive systems.
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 COMPUTING http://liris.cnrs.fr LIRIS

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 LIRIS LYON Contact: Djamal BENSLIMANE Group Research Themes: Chirine GHEDIRA djamal.benslimane@iut.univ-lyon1.fr Web services constitute a paradigm that enables interactions Phone : +33 (0)4 72 69 21 73 between heterogeneous applications, within and across organizational boundaries. Web services are software components Permanent Members: that can be described, published, discovered and invoked. Youssef AMGHAR (PR INSA) The activities of SOC research team fall into the following areas: (1) Djamal BENSLIMANE (PR IUT) design models and techniques related to Web services' foundations Parisa GHODOUS (PR LYON 1) that ease their discovery and composition, whether in transactional or Nabila BBENHARKAT (MCF INSA) non-transactional environments, and (2) devise and develop service- Nora FACI (MCF IUT) ChirineGHEDIRA (MCF IUT) oriented architectures in different application domains such as the Mickael MRISSA (MCF IUT) medical domain, collaborative systems, data sharing, eGovernment, and so on. 10 PhD Students The SOC team has expertise in: • Web Service modelling and annotation • Web service composition and discovery • Adaptability and Mediation of Web services The scientific skills of the team can be declined in: Laboratoire d’InfoRmatique (i) Interoperability of Service oriented Architectures (ii) Foundations of en Images et Systèmes d’Information Web services-based Open Information systems (iii) Web service- Université Claude Bernard centric applications: eHealth, eGovernment, eCollaborative systems Bâtiment Nautibus (710), (iv) Web services-related fields and technologies: Semantic Web, 43, Boulevard du 11 Novembre 1918 Web 2.0, Databases, Mashups, Interoperability, Privacy. 69622 VILLEURBANNE Cedex 09 France Contribution to the WI Project: Tél : +33 (0)4 72 43 26 10 Sub-projects: Web and Mediation – Web Adaptatif SOC contributes in the "Web and Mediation" and "Web and “Adaptive Web " themes. In the “Web and Mediation” theme, we apply our expertise in interoperability, in data sharing, in data exchange and schema matching, while in the “Adaptive Web” our research aims at adapting services based applications.
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 ERIC Lyon Cécile FAVRE Cecile.Favre@univ-lyon2.fr Phone : +33 (0)4 78 77 23 18 Direction: Group Research Themes: Director: Djamel ZIGHED (PR) Research at ERIC is organized around three fundamental theoretical Assistant Directors: Michel LAMURE (PR) axes: Sabine LOUDCHER (MCF) • Complex data warehousing and OLAP (French acronym: ENA-DC): data integration, multidimensional modeling and 22 Permanent Members: OLAP navigation in complex data warehouses ; Rafik ABDESSELAM (MCF-HDR) Fadila BENTAYEB (MCF) • Data mining and machine learning (French acronym: FODA): Stéphane BONNEVAY (MCF-HDR) Ahmed BOUNEKKAR (MCF) theoretical and algorithmical works for analyzing, Omar BOUSSAID (PR) summarizing and modeling (for prediction) huge corpora of Jean-Hugues CHAUCHAT (PR) Denis CLOT (MCF) complex data ; Jérôme DARMONT (PR) • Decision and complexity (DECCO): design of new models in Marcel EGEA (PR) Cécile FAVRE (MCF) environments where multiple agents interact within the Gérald GAVIN (MCF) Nouria HARBI (MCF) decision process ; Nadia KABACHI (MCF) and is applied onto two main transversal application domains: Stéphane LALLICH (PR) Michel LAMURE (PR) • Health and Environment ; Sabine LOUDCHER (MCF) • Humanities and social sciences (French acronym: SHS). Ricco RAKOTOMALALA (MCF) Fabien RICO (MCF) Carole SIANI (MCF-HDR) Julien VELCIN (MCF) Contribution to the WI Project: Jacques VIALLANEIX (MCF) Djamel ZIGHED (PR) ERIC has recently joined the WI Project. The planned contributions to the WI project are organised along the two subprojects “Web and 37 PhD Students Context” and “Web and Mediation” Subproject Web and Context In this subproject the ERIC members are interested in the development of models for personalization and recommendation in Equipe de Recherche the context of the Web. This issue concerns not only information en Ingénierie des Connaissances 5 av. Pierre Mendès-France retrieval, but also data warehouses. These latter are user-centred for 69676 BRON Cedex the analysis process of various types of data (complex data) France including data from the Web and require some personalization techniques. This means a real challenge. Tél : +33 (0)4 78 77 31 54 Fax : +33(0)4 78 77 23 75 Subproject Web and Mediation In this subproject, the ERIC members are more specifically keen on the issue of graphs. Indeed, in the context of social web, and more particularly social networks, recent works have pointed out the interest of representing such Web data with graphs. It is the case of forums, chats, etc. which are an increasingly wide on the Web. The aim is then to focus on various aspects such as the dynamic (evolution), the multiple points of view etc. We will deal these points both with respect to visualization and knowledge extraction techniques.
    • L a b o r a to ir e H u b e r t C u r ie n S a in t-É tie n n e http://labh-curien.univ-st-etienne.fr/MachineLearning/ Contact: Christine LARGERON Group Research Themes: Largeron@univ-st-etienne.fr  : +33 (0)4 77 91 57 56 The project Data Mining and Machine Learning is centered on the automatical extraction of information from data, using computational Permanent Members: and statistical methods. The aim is to design and develop new Mathias GERY (MCF) models and methods in machine learning and data mining to tackle Stéphanie JACQUEMONT real world applications. (Engineer) François JACQUENET (PR) A specific effort is made to take into account in our algorithms the Christine LARGERON (PR) specificities of the real data, such as transcriptomic data, xml Pierre MARET (PR) documents, images, log files, social networks, etc. which can be voluminous, noisy, incomplete, irrelevant and often structured in the 5 PhD Students form of document, sequence, or tree-based representation. Contribution to the WI Project: Sub-project: Web and context Fouille et Recherche d’Information Structurée (FRISe) (Cooperative action) In databases or on Web, many documents are in a structured format Laboratoire Hubert Curien (e.g. XML, HTML, MPEG, etc.). Our action focuses on the problems UMR CNRS 5516 of representation and indexation of such documents in the context of 18 Rue du Professeur Benoît Lauras categorisation or information retrieval applications. We study the way 42000 Saint-Étienne of exploiting the structure of the document as well as the different France types of data (text, tags, links, images) that it contains. This action is  :+33 (0)4 77 91 57 80 also concerned with the definition of similarity measures well suited  : +33 (0)4 77 91 57 81 for data mining and information retrieval tasks. Sub-project: Web and trust Privacy Preserving Multi-Agent Systems In cooperation with the LIG (Grenoble) we work also on complex systems using the multi-agent paradigm. In this framework, we develop the concept of "Hippocratic multi-agent systems", the aim of which is to take into account mechanisms of privacy management in such systems.
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 LSTI http://www.emse.fr/spip/-LSTI-.html SAINT­ETIENNE

 SAINT­ETIENNE Contact : Olivier BOISSIER Olivier.Boissier@emse.fr Group Research Themes: Phone : +33 (0)4 77 42 66 14 The ISCOD group develops theoretical models and computational Permanent Members : tools for open, decentralized and cooperative systems. The aim is to address the challenges attached to the development of a transparent Philippe BEAUNE (MCF) and intelligent mediation between contents, services and humans in Michel BEIGBEDER (MCF) the global context of the Web of Things that is strongly connecting Olivier BOISSIER (PR) the Web of data and services to the physical world. Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT (DR) Philippe JAILLON (IR) Research is conducted along three directions: (i) knowledge and Roland JEGOU (IR) context for the access and the use of digital content, (ii) proactivity Gauthier PICARD (MCF) and reactivity for the coordination and adaptation of services (iii) trust Marc ROELENS (PR) and privacy in a digital society. These studies contribute to the fields Xavier SERPAGGI (IR) of Information Retrieval, Trust and Security, Trace Analysis and Multi Laurent VERCOUTER (MCF) Agent Systems. 8 PhD Students Contribution to the WI Project: WP2 subproject Web and Services: In this subproject, we are considering the problem of dynamic composition and adaptation of Web services. The main challenge is to propose and empower users with goal-directed orchestration and composition reasoning agents accessing services proposed on the Web. Laboratoire Sciences WP2 subproject Web and Context: Our work in the Information et Technologies de l’Information Retrieval domain studies how the user peculiarities recorded in a (LSTI) user profile can be used to improve search results. Secondly, we Ecole des Mines, 158 cours Fauriel work on methods to extend some paradigms of information retrieval 42023 SAINT-ETIENNE Cedex 02 to the case of structured documents that are becoming more and France more numerous in the Web. Tél : +33 (0)4 77 42 01 23 WP2 subproject Web and Trust: In this subproject we are interested in the development of models of trust/reputation and normative systems in the context of privacy preserving within applications deployed on the Web. The challenge is to propose and provide the user with a platform where his/her privacy is preserved while sharing personal data and expecting an increased tailored interaction with the system. The group is co-leading the Web Intelligence Project, the WP2 subproject Web and Trust and WP3 related to Education/curriculum on Web Intelligence.
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 LCIS http://lcis.grenoble-inp.fr VALENCE

 VALENCE Group Research Themes: Contact : The CoSy group addresses the notion of cooperating complex Michel OCCELLO systems using the multiagent paradigm, to express these systems Michel.Occello@lcis.grenoble-inp.fr and their components according to models inspired from human and Phone : +33 (0)4 75 41 97 85 life sciences. A multi-agent system is a set of intelligent agents which operate in a common environment, which interact and pursue a set of Permanent Members : goals or a set of actions. Michel OCCELLO (PR UPMF) Works are focused on the concept of system analysis that can be Jean-Luc KONING (PR INP) viewed following different axis, either as the first phase of the design Damien GENTHIAL (MCF UPMF) process of a new system or as the process of evaluation of an Jean-Paul JAMONT (MCF UPMF) existing system. These axis are today the two main missing items we André LAGREZE (MCF UPMF) need to improve to cover properly the life cycle of multi-agent Annabelle MERCIER (MCF UPMF) systems development. 4 PhD Students The aim, among other things, is to propose models, formalisms and a framework for the engineering of open complex systems based on the multi-agent concept. A specific effort is made in direction of validation and simulation techniques to meet the specification requirements of most critical applications (Embedded systems, Internet services…) Laboratoire de Conception Contribution to the WI Project: et d'Intégration des Systèmes Sub-projects: Web and Services - Web and Context 50, rue Barthélémy de Laffemas In the WI context applications (electronic commerce, collaborative BP54 information systems …) can be viewed as artificial complex systems. 26902 VALENCE Cedex 09 France Software have a lot of components with autonomous behaviours. Tél : +33 (0)4 75 75 94 49 These systems are collections of open software entities dynamically interacting by exchanging knowledge and services. Our contribution is situated in the "Web and Services" and "Web and Context" themes. We apply our approach to Web services dynamic composition. Up to now web services composition remain too static to face the Internet dynamicity. It would be profitable to adapt the composition in function of execution events taking into account user preferences. We propose to employ recursive multiagent systems able to make the integration of both semantic properties (traducing user preferences) and a dynamic execution adaptation.