PhD graduated
Team : SMA
Departure date : 12/25/2018


Architecture multi-agent pour la conception et l'ordonnancement de systèmes multi-senseur embarqués sur plateformes aéroportées

Multi-Agent Architecture to Design And Schedule Airborne Multi-Sensors Systems The problem of planning and scheduling the sensors of an airborne platform can be likened to an active perception problem with maximization of the environment knowledge and optimization of resulting sensors actions. The problem of decision-making entails the need for an architecture within the decision algorithms, the products of the sensors and the data allowing their interpretation are organized as efficiently as possible while being in conformity with the constraints brought by the context. The products of the planning phase must then be executed with minimal delay by the sensors and thus require a reactive and efficient scheduling adapted to mission criticality and the complexity of the environment. The decision of the sensor actions to be performed with regard to the environment of the platform and the command requires a planning capability specific to all sensors, in order to make decisions according to the perceptions and operating constraints of each sensor. A multi-sensor system, as presented in this manuscript, can be formally related to a job-shop type of workshop in which the machines correspond to the SMS sensors. In recent years the sensors on board airborne platforms have continuously grown. We will see in this manuscript how the multi-agent paradigm enables to design an architecture that responds to the context and its medium-term evolution, then how heuristic-based scheduling optimizes the sensors on board.

Defence : 12/06/2018

Jury members :

Stéphane Galland, Professeur à l'Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard [Rapporteur]
René Mandiau, Professeur à l'Université Polytechnique Hauts de France. [Rapporteur]
Amal El Fallah - Seghrouchni, Professeur à Sorbonne Université
Safia Kedad-Sidhoum, Professeur au Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
Salima Hassas, Professeur à l'Université Claude Bernard, Lyon 1
Jean-Marc Labat, Professeur Sorbonne Université
Raphaël Girard-Claudon, Ingénieur Expert Thales DMS
Vincent Corruble, Maître de Conférences à Sorbonne Université

Departure date : 12/25/2018

2016-2018 Publications