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86EEMehdi Mekni, Bernard Moulin: Holonic Modelling of Large Scale Geographic Environments. HoloMAS 2009: 266-275
85EENabil Sahli, Bernard Moulin: EKEMAS, an agent-based geo-simulation framework to support continual planning in the real-word. Appl. Intell. 31(2): 188-209 (2009)
84EEJamal Bentahar, Mohamed Mbarki, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Bernard Moulin: Strategic Agent Communication: An Argumentation-Driven Approach. DALT 2008: 233-250
83EEMohamed Mbarki, Jamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin: A Formal Framework of Conversational Goals Based on Strategic Reasoning. IEA/AIE 2008: 835-844
82EEHedi Haddad, Bernard Moulin: Multi-agent geosimulation in support to "what if" courses of action analysis. SimuTools 2008: 65
81EEMehdi Mekni, Nabil Sahli, Bernard Moulin: A geosimulation approach involving spatially-aware agents a case study on the identification of risky areas for trains. SpringSim 2008: 37-44
80EEHedi Haddad, Bernard Moulin: An agent-based geosimulation multidisciplinary approach to support scenarios evaluation in dynamic virtual geographic environments. SpringSim 2008: 53-60
79EEJérôme Levesque, François Cazzolato, Jimmy Perron, Jimmy Hogan, Tony Garneau, Bernard Moulin: CAMiCS: civilian activity modelling in constructive simulation. SpringSim 2008: 739-744
78EEMondher Bouden, Bernard Moulin, Pierre Gosselin: Epidemic propagation of west nile virus using a multi-agent geo-simulation under various short-term climate scenarios. SpringSim 2008: 98-105
77EEJimmy Perron, Jimmy Hogan, Bernard Moulin, Jean Berger, Micheline Bélanger: A hybrid approach based on multi-agent geosimulation and reinforcement learning to solve a UAV patrolling problem. Winter Simulation Conference 2008: 1259-1267
76EEHedi Haddad, Bernard Moulin: Using Cognitive Archetypes and Conceptual Graphs to Model Dynamic Phenomena in Spatial Environments. ICCS 2007: 69-82
75EEDarka Mioc, Francois Anton, Christopher M. Gold, Bernard Moulin: Reversibility of the Quad-Edge operations in the Voronoi data structure. ISVD 2007: 135-144
74EEJamal Bentahar, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Bernard Moulin: Securing Agent-Oriented Systems: An Argumentation and Reputation-based Approach. ITNG 2007: 507-515
73EERodolphe Devillers, Yvan Bédard, Robert Jeansoulin, Bernard Moulin: Towards spatial data quality information analysis tools for experts assessing the fitness for use of spatial data. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 21(3): 261-282 (2007)
72EENabil Sahli, Bernard Moulin: La géo-simulation multi-agent. Un support pour la planification dans un environnement réel. Revue d'Intelligence Artificielle 21(2): 151-182 (2007)
71EEMohamed Mbarki, Jamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin: Specification and Complexity of Strategic-Based Reasoning Using Argumentation. ArgMAS 2006: 142-160
70EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, John-Jules Ch. Meyer: A New Model Checking Approach for Verifying Agent Communication Protocols. CCECE 2006: 1586-1590
69EENafaâ Jabeur, Boubaker Boulekrouche, Bernard Moulin: A Multiagent-Based Approach for Real Time Mobile Map Generation. CCECE 2006: 1702-1705
68EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Yves Lespérance: A New Logical Semantics for Agent Communication. CLIMA VII 2006: 151-170
67EENafaâ Jabeur, Boubaker Boulekrouche, Bernard Moulin: Using Multiagent Systems to Improve Real-Time Map Generation. Canadian Conference on AI 2006: 37-48
66EEWalid Ali, Bernard Moulin: How Artificial Intelligent Agents Do Shopping in a Virtual Mall: A 'Believable' and 'Usable' Multiagent-Based Simulation of Customers' Shopping Behavior in a Mall. Canadian Conference on AI 2006: 73-85
65EEJamal Bentahar, Karim Bouzouba, Bernard Moulin: A Computational Framework for Human/Agent Communication Using Argumentation, Implicit Information, and Social Influence. IAT Workshops 2006: 372-377
64EEDriss Kettani, Michael Gurstein, Bernard Moulin, Asmae El Mahdi: An Approach to the Assessment of Applied Information Systems with Particular Application to Community Based Systems. OTM Workshops (1) 2006: 301-310
63EEWalid Ali, Bernard Moulin: 2D-3D MultiAgent GeoSimulation with Knowledge-Based Agents of Customers' Shopping Behavior in a Shopping Mall. COSIT 2005: 445-458
62EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, John-Jules Ch. Meyer: A Tableau Method for Verifying Dialogue Game Protocols for Agent Communication. DALT 2005: 223-244
61EENabil Sahli, Bernard Moulin: Agent-Based Geo-simulation to Support Human Planning and Spatial Cognition. MABS 2005: 115-132
60EENafaâ Jabeur, Bernard Moulin: A Multiagent-Based Approach for Progressive Web Map Generation. OTM Workshops 2005: 99-108
59EEJean Brodeur, Yvan Bédard, Bernard Moulin: A geosemantic proximity-based prototype for the interoperability of geospatial data. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 29(6): 669-698 (2005)
58EEMohamad Khaled Allouche, Bernard Moulin: Amalgamation in cartographic generalization using Kohonen's feature nets. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 19(8-9): 899-914 (2005)
57EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Brahim Chaib-draa: A Logical Model for Commitment and Argument Network for Agent Communication. AAMAS 2004: 792-799
56EEKarim Bouzouba, Jamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin: Dialogization and Implicit Information in an Agent Communicational Model. AC 2004: 193-208
55EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, Brahim Chaib-draa: Specifying and Implementing a Persuasion Dialogue Game Using Commitments and Arguments. ArgMAS 2004: 130-148
54EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Brahim Chaib-draa: A Modal Semantics for an Argumentation-Based Pragmatics for Agent Communication. ArgMAS 2004: 44-63
53EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Brahim Chaib-draa: A Computational Model for Conversation Policies for Agent Communication. CLIMA V 2004: 178-195
52EEBernard Moulin, Walid Chaker, Jeremi Gancet: PADI-Simul: an agent-based geosimulation software supporting the design of geographic spaces. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 28(4): 387-420 (2004)
51EESehl Mellouli, Bernard Moulin, Guy W. Mineau: Towards a Modelling Methodology for Fault-Tolerant Multi-Agent System. Informatica (Slovenia) 28(1): 31-40 (2004)
50EEJimmy Perron, Bernard Moulin: Un modèle de mémoire dans un système multi-agent de géosimulation. Revue d'Intelligence Artificielle 18(5-6): 647-678 (2004)
49EEBernard Moulin, Walid Chaker, Jimmy Perron, Patrick Pelletier, Jimmy Hogan, Edouard Gbei: MAGS Project: Multi-agent GeoSimulation and Crowd Simulation. COSIT 2003: 151-168
48EESehl Mellouli, Guy W. Mineau, Bernard Moulin: Situation Event Logic for Early Validation of Multi-Agent Systems. Canadian Conference on AI 2003: 370-382
47EESehl Mellouli, Bernard Moulin, Guy W. Mineau: Laying Down the Foundations of an Agent Modelling Methodology for Fault-Tolerant Multi-agent Systems. ESAW 2003: 275-293
46EEStéphane Nicolas, Bernard Moulin, Guy W. Mineau: Sesei: A CG-Based Filter for Internet Search Engines. ICCS 2003: 362-377
45EEJamal Bentahar, Bernard Moulin, Brahim Chaib-draa: Commitment and Argument Network: A New Formalism for Agent Communication. Workshop on Agent Communication Languages 2003: 146-165
44EEJean Brodeur, Yvan Bédard, Geoffrey Edwards, Bernard Moulin: Revisiting the Concept of Geospatial Data Interoperability within the Scope of Human Communication Processes. T. GIS 7(2): 243-265 (2003)
43EEBernard Moulin, Nabil Sahli: La planification agent dans un environnement dynamique et distribué : entre la réalité et la simulation. Technique et Science Informatiques 22(4): 115-128 (2003)
42EEEdouard Gbei, Nafaâ Jabeur, Bernard Moulin: Une approche par compétition d'agents pour la résolution de l'encombrement spatial lors de la génération automatique des cartes Nafaâ Jabeur*. Technique et Science Informatiques 22(4): 162-173 (2003)
41 Bernard Moulin, Hengameh Irandoust, Micheline Bélanger, G. Desbordes: Explanation and Argumentation Capabilities: Towards the Creation of More Persuasive Agents. Artif. Intell. Rev. 17(3): 169-222 (2002)
40 Sylvain Delisle, Bernard Moulin: User Interfaces and Help Systems: From Helplessness to Intelligent Assistance. Artif. Intell. Rev. 18(2): 117-157 (2002)
39EESusan L. Epstein, Bernard Moulin, Walid Chaker, Janice I. Glasgow, Jeremi Gancet: Pragmatism and Spatial Layout Design. COSIT 2001: 189-205
38EEAdil Kabbaj, Bernard Moulin, Jeremi Gancet, David Nadeau, Olivier Rouleau: Uses, Improvements, and Extensions of Prolog+CG : Case Studies. ICCS 2001: 346-359
37 Bernard Moulin: On the Convergence of Analysis and Design Methods for Multi-agent, Component-based and Object-oriented systems. Information Modeling in the New Millennium 2001: 167-188
36EEBernard Moulin, Driss Kettani, Benjamin Gauthier, Walid Chaker: Using Object Influence Areas to Quantitatively Deal with Neighborhood and Perception in Route Descriptions. Canadian Conference on AI 2000: 69-81
35EEZakaria Maamar, Bernard Moulin: An overview of software agent-oriented frameworks. ACM Comput. Surv. 32(1es): 19 (2000)
34EEDriss Kettani, Bernard Moulin: A Spatial Model Based on the Notions of Spatial Conceptual Map and of Object's Influence Areas. COSIT 1999: 401-416
33 Driss Kettani, Bernard Moulin: A Wayfinding Application Based on the Influence Area Spatial Model. FLAIRS Conference 1999: 422-430
32EEBernard Moulin, Hengameh Irandoust: Extending the Conceptual Graph Approach to Represent Evaluative Attitudes in Discourse. ICCS 1999: 140-153
31EEBernard Moulin, Mohamed Gouiaa, Sylvain Delisle: Analysis of Task-Oriented Conversations into Conceptual Graph Structures. ICCS 1999: 168-175
30 Zakaria Maamar, Bernard Moulin, Gilbert Babin, Yvan Bédard: Software Agent-Oriented Frameworks for Global Query Processing. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 13(3): 235-259 (1999)
29 Bernard Moulin: An Awareness-Based Model for Agents Involved in Reporting Activities. DAI 1998: 105-121
28 Karim Bouzouba, Bernard Moulin: KQML+: An Extension of KQML in Order to Deal with Implicit Information and Social Relationships. FLAIRS Conference 1998: 289-293
27EEBernard Moulin: A Logical Framework for Modeling a Discourse from the Point of View of the Agents Involved in It (Research Note). ICCS 1998: 359-366
26 Bernard Moulin, Driss Kettani: Route Generation and Description Using a Logical and an Analogical Framework. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 24(1-4): 155-179 (1998)
25EEBernard Moulin: The Social Dimension of Interactions in Multiagent Systems. Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Formalisms, Methodologies, and Applications 1997: 109-123
24 Zakaria Maamar, Bernard Moulin: Interoperability of Distributed and Heterogeneous Systems Based on Software Agent-Oriented Frameworks. CIA 1997: 248-259
23EEZakaria Maamar, Bernard Moulin: Software Agent-Oriented Frameworks for Heterogeneous Information Access. KRDB 1997: 11.1-11.6
22 Bernard Moulin: Temporal Contexts for Discourse Representation: An Extension of the Conceptual Graph Approach. Appl. Intell. 7(3): 227-255 (1997)
21EEZakaria Maamar, Bernard Moulin, Yvan Bédard, Gilbert Babin: Software Agent-Oriented Frameworks Meet Georeferenced Digital Library Interoperability. D-Lib Magazine 3(9): (1997)
20 Bernard Moulin, Mario Brassard: A Scenario-Based Design Method and an Environment for the Development of Multiagent Systems. DAI 1995: 216-232
19EEBernard Moulin: A Pragmatic Representational Approach of Context and Reference in Discourse. ICCS 1995: 105-114
18EEBernard Moulin: Discourse Spaces: a Pragmatic Interpretation of Contexts. ICCS 1995: 89-104
17EEBernard Moulin, Stéphanie Dumas: The Temporal Structure of a Discourse and Verb Tense Determination. ICCS 1994: 45-68
16 Guy W. Mineau, Bernard Moulin, John F. Sowa: Conceptual Graphs for Knowledge Representation, ICCS '93, Quebec City, Canada, August 4-7, 1993, Proceedings Springer 1993
15EEBernard Moulin: The Representation of Linguistic Information in an Approach Used for Modelling Temporal Knowledge in Discourse. ICCS 1993: 182-204
14EEBernard Moulin, Guy W. Mineau: Using World Structures for Factoring Knowledge. Workshop on Conceptual Graphs 1992: 13-33
13EEBernard Moulin: Representing Temporal Knowledge in Discourse: An Approach Extending the Conceptual Graph Theory. Workshop on Conceptual Graphs 1992: 72-95
12EEBrahim Chaib-draa, Bernard Moulin, R. Mandiau, P. Millot: Trends in distributed artificial intelligence. Artif. Intell. Rev. 6(1): 35-66 (1992)
11 Bernard Moulin, Peter N. Creasy: Extending the conceptual graph approach for data conceptual modelling. Data Knowl. Eng. 8: 223-248 (1992)
10EEBernard Moulin, Daniel Rousseau: Automated Knowledge Acquisition from Regulatory Texts. IEEE Expert 7(5): 27-32 (1992)
9EEBernard Moulin: Conceptual-graph approach for the representation of temporal information in discourse. Knowl.-Based Syst. 5(3): 183-192 (1992)
8EEBernard Moulin, Daniel Côté: Representing temporal knowledge in conceptual graphs. Knowl.-Based Syst. 4(4): 197-208 (1991)
7EEDaniel Côté, Bernard Moulin: Refining Sowa's Conceptual Graph Theory for Text Generation. IEA/AIE (Vol. 1) 1990: 528-537
6EEBernard Moulin, Daniel Rousseau: Knowledge Acquisition from Prescriptive Texts. IEA/AIE (Vol. 2) 1990: 1112-1121
5EEBernard Moulin: Strategic Planning for Expert Systems. IEEE Expert 5(2): 69-75 (1990)
4EEBernard Moulin, Daniel Rousseau: Designing deontic knowledge bases from regulation texts. Knowl.-Based Syst. 3(2): 108-120 (1990)
3EEM. Lizotte, Bernard Moulin: SAIRVO: a temporal planning system. IEA/AIE (1) 1989: 382-392
2EEBernard Moulin: The Actem Model for Decision Modelling in a Scene Management System. IEA/AIE (Vol. 2) 1988: 965-974
1EEBernard Moulin: The Use of EPAS/IPSO Approach for Integrating Entity-Relationship Concepts and Software Engineering Techniques. ER 1983: 671-690

Coauthor Index

1Walid Ali [63] [66]
2Mohamad Khaled Allouche [58]
3Francois Anton [75]
4Gilbert Babin [21] [30]
5Yvan Bédard [21] [30] [44] [59] [73]
6Micheline Bélanger [41] [77]
7Jamal Bentahar [45] [53] [54] [55] [56] [57] [62] [65] [68] [70] [71] [74] [83] [84]
8Jean Berger [77]
9Mondher Bouden [78]
10Boubaker Boulekrouche [67] [69]
11Karim Bouzouba [28] [56] [65]
12Mario Brassard [20]
13Jean Brodeur [44] [59]
14François Cazzolato [79]
15Brahim Chaib-draa [12] [45] [53] [54] [55] [57]
16Walid Chaker [36] [39] [49] [52]
17Daniel Côté [7] [8]
18Peter N. Creasy [11]
19Sylvain Delisle [31] [40]
20G. Desbordes [41]
21Rodolphe Devillers [73]
22Stéphanie Dumas [17]
23Geoffrey Edwards [44]
24Susan L. Epstein [39]
25Jeremi Gancet [38] [39] [52]
26Tony Garneau [79]
27Benjamin Gauthier [36]
28Edouard Gbei [42] [49]
29Janice I. Glasgow [39]
30Christopher M. Gold [75]
31Pierre Gosselin [78]
32Mohamed Gouiaa [31]
33Michael Gurstein [64]
34Hedi Haddad [76] [80] [82]
35Jimmy Hogan [49] [77] [79]
36Hengameh Irandoust [32] [41]
37Nafaâ Jabeur [42] [60] [67] [69]
38Robert Jeansoulin [73]
39Adil Kabbaj [38]
40Driss Kettani [26] [33] [34] [36] [64]
41Yves Lespérance [68]
42Jérôme Levesque [79]
43M. Lizotte [3]
44Zakaria Maamar [21] [23] [24] [30] [35]
45Asmae El Mahdi [64]
46R. Mandiau [12]
47Mohamed Mbarki [71] [83] [84]
48Mehdi Mekni [81] [86]
49Sehl Mellouli [47] [48] [51]
50John-Jules Ch. Meyer [53] [54] [57] [62] [68] [70] [74] [84]
51P. Millot [12]
52Guy W. Mineau [14] [16] [46] [47] [48] [51]
53Darka Mioc [75]
54David Nadeau [38]
55Stéphane Nicolas [46]
56Patrick Pelletier [49]
57Jimmy Perron [49] [50] [77] [79]
58Olivier Rouleau [38]
59Daniel Rousseau [4] [6] [10]
60Nabil Sahli [43] [61] [72] [81] [85]
61John F. Sowa [16]

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