Work place: Normandie Univ, Unihavre, Litis, 76600 Le Havre, France
Research Interests: Computing Platform, Mathematics of Computing
Cyrille Bertelle holds a PhD from University of Le Havre in France in 1991. His activities concern complex systems modelling and their applications in various domains like ecosystems, game theory, logistics, urban dynamics and territorial intelligence. He focuses his studies on emerging computing using collective intelligence methods and complex networks.
He is full professor in Computer Sciences in Normandie University, Le Havre, France since 2005. He is co-founder of a regional institute on complex systems in Normandie (ISCN) and co-representative of Complex Systems Digital Campus (CS-DC) UNESCO UniTwin. He was Vice-President for Research and Development in Le Havre University from 2012 to 2016. He is now director of the research federation on Logistics in Normandie / Seine Valley / Le Havre. He is co-editor of three books in Springer series “Understanding Complex Systems”.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2017.01.01, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2017
This study investigates the mobile phone data during ephemeral event (Armada). The statistical techniques have been used for modeling human mobility collectively and individually. The undertaken substantial parameters are: inter-event times, travel distances (displacements), and radius of gyration. They have been analyzed and simulated using computing platform by integrating various applications for huge database management, visualization, analysis, and simulation. Accordingly, the general population pattern law has been extracted. This study has revealed the individuals mobility in dynamic perspective for 615,712 mobile users, also the simulated observed data are classified according to general, work, and off days.[...] Read more.
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