GAIA team presentation

Algebraic and computer algebra methods are the foundations of the GAIA project whose principal goal is to study systems defined by functional equations by means of algebraic methods, computer algebra (symbolic-numeric methods) and mathematical systems theory. The systems to be investigated can be linear, nonlinear, continuous, discrete, or originated from real life applications.

The second goal of GAIA is to study important problems coming from:
  • control theory (e.g. parametric robust control, stabilization of multidimensional systems and differential time-delay systems)
  • signal processing (e.g. parameter estimation problems, metric multidimensional unfolding)
  • multidisciplinary domains (e.g. marine bivalves behavior, human-machine interaction, ionic 
activities in neuroscience)

The third goal of GAIA is to develop dedicated packages for functional systems and their applications and in parallel, eventual industry transfer.

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