Mahfoud Boudis

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In this paper, we present AMIA, a workbench for developing knowledge-based discrete-time simulation systems. AMIA is original in two respects. First it uses an algebraic modeling language for combining discrete-time models (difference equations) and symbolic knowledge. Second, it uses a new simulation algorithm able to exploit this combination of numerical(More)
In this paper, we present AMIA, a workbench for developing knowledge-based discrete-time simulation systems. AMIA is original in two respects: first it uses an algebraic modeling language for combining numerical and symbolic knowledge. Second, it integrates two new simulation algorithms able to exploit this combination of numerical and symbolic knowledge.(More)
This paper questions the definition and analysis of sustainable wellfare indicators. We first present the context and issues of such matter. Then, we compare HyperAtlas, a generic tool for multiscalar territorial analysis that we have developed, with the existing softwares that deal with spatial analysis and, among them, some that specifically address(More)
In this paper, we present AMIA, a workbench for developing knowledge-based discrete-time simulation systems. AMIA is original in two respects: first it uses an algebraic modeling language for combining numerical and symbolic knowledge. Second, it uses a new simulation algorithm able to exploit this combination of numerical and symbolic knowledge. AMIA also(More)
This paper addresses the problem of goal-driven simulation. Goal-driven simulation is a task frequently performed by users of simulation systems. It consists in determining, when possible, an assignment of one or several decision variable(s) in order to obtain a particular value for a specific goal variable. This task is poorly supported in simulation(More)
This paper offers a decision-making tool for politics in charge of the prevention of the seismic risk of a city. The multi-agents methodology is applied to an urban area as a spatial environment. The focus is on the question of the public buildings, their maintenance and the investments which allow reducing their vulnerability. The public buildings are(More)
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