Djibrilla Amadou Kountché

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This paper presents a work inspired by the Pachycondyla apicalis ants behavior for the clustering problem. These ants have a simple but efficient prey search strategy: when they capture their prey, they return straight to their nest, drop off the prey and systematically return back to their original position. This behavior has already been applied to(More)
New technologies and particularly the recent advancements in Wireless Networking have changed our everyday life. Our team, HaNT (Handicap et Nouvelles Technologies) works to bring the same changes to disabled people. This paper presents a specification of a project which aims at providing location-based services for the disabled in an indoor environment.(More)
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