Soufian Ben Amor

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We propose in this paper a generalization of percolation processes in Z using the pretopology theory. We formalize the notion of neighborhood by extending it to the concept of proximity, expressing different types of connections that may exist between the elements of a population. A modeling and simulation of forest fire using this approach shows the(More)
Smart Grid is a vague concept with little theoretical studies. We propose in this paper a state of the art on Smart Grids to clarify the concept and identify the important issues. This term refers to an electrical network integrating the behavior and actions of users. It uses new information and communication technologies and new services combining:(More)
With urging problem of energy and pollution, smart grid is becoming ever important. By gradually changing the actual power grid system, smart grid may evolve into different systems by means of size, elements and strategies, but its fundamental requirements and objectives will not change such as optimizing production, transmission and consumption. Studying(More)
Mobile Ad-hoc NETworks (MANETs) are complex systems presenting a phase transition phenomenon : an abrupt change in the behavior of the network around a critical value of a certain key parameter. The reliability and connectivity of MANETs depend on their size and on the efficiency of the routing protocol. In this paper we propose a new approach in MANETs(More)
The eigenvalue equation intervenes in models of infectious disease propagation and could be used as an ally of vaccination campaigns in the actions carried out by health care organizations. The stochastic model based on Page Rank allows to simulate the epidemic spread, where a Like-like infection vector is calculated to help establish efficient vaccination(More)