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MACAON
 

MACAON

Macaon is a processing chain that performs standard tasks of automatic langugage processing of both native texts (produced by a human being) and multiple hypotheses derived from automatic processes (speech recognition, machine translation. ..).

The LabEx development unit is involved in the build chain refactoring, the tests developpment process and the packaging.

Users : Talep team (LIF)
Leader : D. Arrivault
Contributors : D. Arrivault
Start : january 2014
End : 1st step - june 2014, 2nd step – october 2014, 3rd – in progress

 

ltfatpy
 

The ltfatpy package is a partial Python port of the Large Time/Frequency Analysis Toolbox (LTFAT), a MATLAB®/Octave toolbox for working with time-frequency analysis and synthesis.

The latest version of ltfatpy can be downloaded from the following PyPI page. It is also available from the git repository

Users : Bruno Torresani (I2M) and Valentin Emiya (LIF) for the MAD ANR
Leader : D. Arrivault
Contributors : D. Arrivault, F. Jaillet (LIF)
Start : january 2014
End : december 2015

 

RR
 

RR is a reproducible research platform. It makes available to LabEx researchers a code-sharing space associated with a scientific article.

Users : All LabEx Archimède researchers
Leader : D. Arrivault
Contributors : T. Surier, D. Arrivault
Start : may 2014
End : december 2014

 

GOOL
 

GOOL

The GOOL program is a computer language translator. It takes Object Oriented Programs languages as inputs (currently java and C++), and produces other OOP languages as outputs (java, C++, C#, objective C and python.

Archimede LabEx is involved in the build chain refactoring, the tests development process and the publication of a clean version under public licence.

Users : Pablo Arrighi (LIF)
Leader : D. Arrivault
Contributors : D. Arrivault, Master students M2 FSI
Start : january 2015
End : decembre 2015

 

SXP
 

SXP

The idea is that any of us can join together and create a virtual ad hoc market, in which others can tell what they have to offer and what they need. The market, or anyone for that matter, can propose deals, whereby one person would give an item to another who gives an item to a third etc. If all parties concerned agree to a deal, the deal gets secured into an electronic contract, signed by the different parties.

Users : Kevin Perrot (LIF)
Leader : D. Arrivault
Contributors : D. Arrivault, master’s students in computer science (AMU), Florent Jaillet (IE LIF)
Beginning : March 2015
End : July 2015

 

   
 
   


This work has been carried out thanks to the support of the ARCHIMEDE Labex (ANR-11-LABX- 0033) and the A*MIDEX project (ANR-11-IDEX-0001-02) funded by the "Investissements d’Avenir" French government program managed by the ANR.