LATECE is a multi-disciplinary research laboratory that focusses on the technological and organizational aspects of Internet applications. The LATECE lab has three complementary missions: advancing the state of the art and the practice of Internet technologies through funded research, the training of highly qualified personnel in Internet technologies and tnowledge dissemination and transfer. Read more…


Some of LATECE Members Projects

Oto is a software that automates the submition, verification and correction of programation assignments. >> Project’s website
Nit is an object-oriented programming language. The goal of Nit is to propose a robust statically typed programming language where structure is not a pain. >> Project’s website

Latest Publications

  • Mohamed Bouguessa and Lofti Ben Romdhane, "Identifying Authorities in Online Communities," ACM Transaction on Intelligent System and Technology, vol. 6 (3), 2015.
  • Jean-François Landry, Jean-Pierre Dussault and Éric Beaudry, "Improvements to the linear optimization models of patrol scheduling for mobile targets," in Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2015.
  • Adnane Ghannem, Ghizlane El Boussaidi and M. Kessentini, "Example-based Model Refactoring using Multi-Objective Optimization," in in NasBASE (North American Search Based Software Engineering Symposium), 2015.
  • Adnane Ghannem, Ghizlane El Boussaidi and M. Kessentini, "On the Use of Design Defect Examples to Detect Model Refactoring Opportunities," accepted in the Software Quality journal (SQJ), 2015.
  • Wayne Xin Zhao, Xudong Zhang, Daniel Lemire, Dongdong Shan, Jian-Yun Nie, Hongfei Yan and Ji-Rong Wen, "A General SIMD-based Approach to Accelerating Compression Algorithms," vol. abs/1502.01916, 2015.

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