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I’m a Postdoctoral fellow in operational research and artificial intelligence at the University of Toronto. My research interests include combinatorial and multiobjective optimization, machine learning, data science and big data analytics, and (meta)simulation for real-life problems solving and uncertainty management.

I’ve been working on a variety of applications from robotic to marketing all of which involved managing the problem’s complexity to obtain practical solutions in a reasonable time-frame. I’m interested in Markov chains and stochastic processes which I applied to search and rescue and detection search problems jointly with combinatorial and multiobjective optimization techniques. I’m also interested in machine learning which enable us, for instance, to foresee the production resulting from the transformation of the raw matter at a given plant (e.g., from logs to lumbers).

This page contains some useful source codes.

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Games

Arcade Volleyball Scratch: A Scratch-remake of Arcade Volleyball for two players.
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Dinner of Cat: A set of programming exercises I developed in collaboration with Josée Desharnais for the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering of Université Laval. These exercises are available in French.
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Scratchanoid: A Scratch-remake of Arkanoid... it’s a little different from the original game...
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Publications

Publications

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Publications with source code

The source code of some of my publications.

M. Morin, A.P. Papillon, F. Laviolette, I. Abi-Zeid, and C.G. Quimper, “Constraint Programming for Path Planning with Uncertainty: Solving the Optimal Search Path problem,” in Proceedings of the 18th Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming, Québec, Qc, Canada, 2012, pp. 988-1003.
Paper: [→ SpringerLink] [→ PDF]
Poster: [→ PDF]
Slides: [→ PDF]
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Publications by collaborators with source code

Scientific publications with their source code for which I collaborated as a developer.

A3D: A computational argumentation tool that I developed in collaboration with Jasmin Tremblay and Oscar Nilo. The tool was used to produced the following publications:
J. Tremblay, “Décision multicritère et argumentation. Analyse d’un mandat du Bureau d'audiences publiques sur l'environnement,” Université Laval, Québec, QC, Canada, Master's thesis, 2012.
Thesis: [→ bibl.ULaval]
Source code: [→ source]

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Research related

A Matlab Optimal Search Path (OSP) problem example: [→ source]

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WordToBibTeX

At the beginning of my Ph. D., I needed an utility to convert my old Microsoft Word 2010 XML bibliography files to BibTeX files. Here is WordToBibTex in all its transient burst of glory: developed during the course of a rainy afternoon, used once or twice, but undeniably useful.
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Binary: [→ Win32 x86]
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Last update: February 21, 2017
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