What drives inventions in computing? Necessity seems to play only a minor role. Anger at the way things are is much more powerful, because it leads to easier ways to work (the invention of new
Lorsqu’en 1955, IBM consulte le philologue français Jacques Perret pour traduire le terme anglais «computer», ce dernier proposa le mot « ordinateur », un « adjectif désignant Dieu qui met de l'ordre
La recherche, l’identification et la préservation des sources, qui sont des étapes essentielles pour l’étude d’une œuvre de computer music, soulèvent de nombreuses questions, ouvrant un champ
The current spreading of multi-scale and multi-process integrative simulations is challenging for the philosophy of science. What is the epistemic function of such a simulation? What does it
A discrete dynamical system is defined as a set of states on which a transformation acts, considered as an evolution rule. The terminology discrete refers to the time that is discretized: at
Computer vision has made impressive gains through the use of deep learning models, trained with large-scale labeled data. However, labels require expertise and curation and are expensive to collect.
On the 80th anniversary of the most fundamental technological advancement of humankind, computers are omnipresent in our daily reality. To themajority of people, it might be said that what computers
In this talk I will draw upon my own experiences as a computer graphics researcher and as a tango dancer to provide a very personal perspective on how research works, and on how to create sublime
Intervention de Wendy McKay, Directrice de recherche, directrice du Laboratoire in|situ| @ INRIA
Presentation of Jean PONCE (INRIA, France) at the PARTHENOS workshop "Digital 3D objects in Art and Humanities: challenges of creation, interoperability and preservation" (Bordeaux, 30 Nov.-2 Dec.