Serge Garlatti

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This paper deals with the development of computerized brain atlases addressing both research and clinical needs. The authors analyze in detail the potential of these systems and discuss the capabilities and limitations of the digital atlases currently being developed around the world. The authors propose to reconsider the concept of a brain atlas, regarding(More)
In the p-LearNet project, we are interested in TEL systems integrating context-aware corporate learning and working activities for e-retail (shops and hypermarkets). The main issues of the p-LearNet project are: work-integrated learning and customer learning support whatever the place, the time, the organisational and technological contexts of the(More)
AbstrAct Pervasive learning will become increasingly important in technology-enhanced learning (TEL). In this context, development efforts focus on features such as context-awareness, adaptation, services retrieval and orchestration mechanisms. This paper proposes a process to assist the development of such systems, from conception through to execution.(More)
Adaptation/personalization is one of the main issues for web applications and require large repositories. Creating adaptive web applications from these repositories requires to have methods to facilitate web application creation and management and to ensure reuse, sharing and exchange of data through the internet/intranet. Virtual documents deal with these(More)
Trainers of radiologists face the particular challenges of teaching normal and abnormal appearance for a variety of imaging modalities, providing access to a large appropriately-indexed case library, and teaching a consistent approach to the reporting of cases. The computer has the potential to address these issues, to supplement conventional teaching of(More)
Nowadays, technology-enhanced learning systems must have the ability to reuse .learning resources from distributed repositories, to take into account the context and to allow dynamic adaptation to different learners based on substantial advances in pedagogical theories and knowledge models. We focus on learning systems using a problem-based learning(More)
Adaptation/personalization is one of the main issues for web services. Adaptive web applications have the ability to deal with different users' needs for enhancing usability and comprehension and for dealing with large repositories. We propose an open-ended adaptive hypermedia environment which is based on the virtual document and semantic web approaches(More)
While it is generally acknowledged that domain ontologies can significantly improve knowledge management systems (KMS) within organizations and among distributed web communities, we have little evidence of operational ontology-based KMS and their practical utility in real settings in the literature. We describe here the INTEROP KMap, a fully implemented,(More)