Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

National Actions

ANR VERSO DataRing(2008-2012, 200Keuros)

Participants : Reza Akbarinia, Fady Draidi, Mohamed Jawad, Esther Pacitti, Guillaume Verger, Patrick Valduriez [contact] .

URL: http://www-sop.inria.fr/teams/zenith/dataring

The DataRing project, headed by P. Valduriez, involves the Leo project-team (INRIA Saclay Ile de France), LIG, LIRMM and Telecom ParisTech. The objective is to address the problem of data sharing for online communities, such as social networks (e.g. sites like MySpace and Facebook) and professional communities (e.g. research communities, online technical support groups) which are becoming a major killer application of the web. The project addresses this problem by organizing community members in a peer-to-peer (P2P) network ring across distributed data source owners where each member can share data with the others through a P2P overlay network. In this project, we study the following problems: schema matching, query processing with data uncertainty, data indexing and caching, data privacy and trust. To validate our approach, we develop services based on our prototypes WebSmatch, SON, P2Prec and ProbDB.

ANR STAMP (2008-2011, 60Keuros)

Participants : Ayoub Ait Lahcen, Didier Parigot [contact] , Guillaume Verger.

URL: http://www-sop.inria.fr/members/Didier.Parigot/pmwiki/Didier/index.php/Contracts/STAMP

The STAMP project is with CIRAD, INRA, CNRS and U. Paris-Est. The overall objective is to overcome present limitations of dynamic landscape modeling with spatial, temporal and multi-scale primitives. Our approach is to explore new spatial and temporal primitives and the potential benefits that recent advances in meta-modeling and Model-Driven Engineering can bring into the field of landscape studies. We contribute, together with CIRAD and U. Paris-Est, to the definition of a domain-specific language, called Ocelet.