ENIT

DECISION AND INTEROPERABILITY FOR DYNAMIC SYSTEMS - THE DIDS TEAM

Improving the performance of complex systems in terms of their operability, reactivity, degree of intelligence, degree of mobility and degree of autonomy.

Research field of DIDS are about the control and the behavioral modeling of dynamic systems.  Methods for the tuning and improvement of process dynamics (control for decision) as well as informational and dynamical exchanges between processes (dynamical distributed decision) are developped.

Systems are considered either as their own entities or as systems of systems immersed in a complex environment that can potentially interact with a human.

               

 

General fields of interest

                                                 

 

Methodological tools

 

  • Design methods for minimal observers
  • Multi-physics characterisation and modelling
  • Multi-levels (semantic, topological, geometric) architecture for interactive and immersive planning
  • Modelling using graphs and ontologies
  • Agents based architecture
  • Distributed algorithms for problems solution
  • Adaptive methods for estimation and control
  • System identification
  • Trajectory generation and tracking
  • Fault and diagnosis isolation

 

THE DIDS TEAM

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

VINE Guillaume

POST-DOCTORAL MEMBERS

  

PhD STUDENTS

BENCHEIKH Ghita 

DEHGHANIKIADEHI Saba

ELMHADHBI Linda

EN-NASYRY Alae

LE MAITRE GONZALEZ Esteban

MASMOUDI Maroua

MOSKOLAI NGOSSAHA Justin (Projet commun DIDS/SDC)

SAKHRAOUI Imane

TAHIRI Ayoub

VINE Guillaume

ZHAO Yingshen

TECHNICAL ASSISTANTS

   

Contact

47, avenue d'Azereix - BP 1629 - 65016 Tarbes CEDEX

+33 (0)5 62 44 27 00

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