Welcome to CARI'2022

Tunis – Yaoundé – Dschang 3-6 Oct. 2022

CARI'1992 - CARI'2022

Strengthening Scientific Capacities

ASDS

The African Society in Digital Science
invites you to the 30th anniversary of CARI

African Conference on Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics - CARI

Colloque Africain sur la Recherche en Informatique et en Mathématiques Appliquées (CARI)

CARI - Knowledge extraction

CARI'2022

CARI Conference
Tunis-Yaounde-Dschang

04 – 07 October 2022

Ecole de Recherche CIMPA 
Tunis- 24th September to 3rd October 2022

 

Persons willing to physically participate in the CARI and/or in the events attached to it (constituent general assembly of ASDS, Symposium, social event, etc.) are requested to return the completed registration form to the corresponding contact point (at Cameroon or Tunisia as the case may be).

Les personnes souhaitant participer physiquement au CARI et/ou aux événements qui y sont attachés (assemblée générale constitutive d’ASDS, Symposium, événement social, …) sont priées de retourner la fiche d’inscription complétée au point de contact correspondant (au Cameroun ou en Tunisie selon le cas)

Persons willing to participate REMOTELY to  the CARI and/or in the events attached to it (constituent general assembly of ASDS, Symposium, social event, etc.) are requested to fill and submit the completed registration form .

Les personnes souhaitant participer à distance au CARI et/ou aux événements qui y sont attachés (assemblée générale constitutive d’ASDS, Symposium, événement social, …) sont priées de remplir et de soumettre  le formulaire en ligne.

The African Conference on Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics,  is the outcome of an international cooperation involving African universities, French research institutes, and international organizations. Occurring once every two years since its first edition held in 1992 (Yaoundé, Cameroon), CARI is more than a scientific gathering, but a dynamic environment for cooperation that brings together African researchers, and decision-makers in the fields of computer science and applied mathematics. The scientific program, which reflects the wealth and diversity of the research carried out on the African continent, places special emphasis on work that can contribute to technological development, environmental awareness and natural resource management.

CARI 2022 is organised under the auspices of ASDS (African Society in Digital Science) in partnership with the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (Inria), the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), the Centre de coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD), the International Center for Pure and Applied Mathematics (ICPAM/CIMPA) and the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF).

CARI 2022 will be conducted in a mixed format combining face-to-face and online presentations.  The sessions will be held face-to-face at three separate sites: Tunis for the applied mathematics sessions and Yaoundé and Dschang for the computer science sessions. All presentations will also be broadcast live on a teleconference platform.

Programme CARI'2022 at a Glance

Access to the programme

September 2022 / 3 Octobre 2022

Période/Horaire

Yaoundé

Dschang

Tunis

Septembre .. /3 Octobre

Symposium / Forum

Symposium sur le Machine Learning et la Cybersécurité

Ecole CIMPA

4th October / 4 Octobre 2022

Période/Horaire

Yaoundé

Dschang

Tunis

08h00 - 09h30

Accueil + Enregistrement

Accueil + Enregistrement

Accueil + Enregistrement

09h30 - 10h15

Conférence spécialisée :

Marcellin Atemkeng
(Big data de la recherche)

Conférence spécialisée :

Christopher Thron
(Machine Learning)

Conférence spécialisée :

N°1

10h30 - 11h30 

Plénière : Ouverture 

Plénière : Ouverture

Plénière : Ouverture

 11h30 - 13h00

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13h00 - 14h30

Machine Learning et Deep Learning

Modèle en  épidémiologie

Tumor Growth

Inverse Problems

 Diane Carole Tala Metalom, Jean Louis, Fendji Kedieng Ebongue and Blaise Omer Yenke.

 

Towards to a Direct Speech to Speech for Endangered Languages in Africa -
 Yves Fotso Fotso

Optimal impulsive control of coffee berry borers in a berry
age-structured epidemiological
model
 Ben Essid Atef, Ben Abdejlil
Slah Eddin and Mani-Aouadi
Saloua.
A high-order WENO
scheme of a tumor growth
model for treated small cell
lung cancer

Mohamed Bensalah and
Maatoug Hassine.

Identification
of the spatial component in the
source term of a space-time
fractional diffusion equation

Jiechieu Kameni Florentin Flambeau and Norbert Tsopze.
Une approche basée sur la
méthode LRP pour l’explication des Réseaux de Neurones Convolutifs appliqués à la
classification des textes

Claude Kanyou, Etienne
Kouokam and Yves Emvudu

Epidemic threshold: A new

spectral and structural approach
of prediction

Maatoug Hassine and Emna
Ghezaiel.

Thermography process and topological asymptotic formula for tumor detection

Nadjib Boussetila and Tahar
Bechouat.

Une variante de la méthode de Projection régularisée pour une classe d'équations intégrales de
Fredholm de première espèce

Severin Vianey Kakeu Tuekam, Eric Fotsing and Marcellin Nkenlifack.
An agent architecture embedding spatial reasoning for actors design in land use modelling

Blériot Stéphane Tchienkou Tchiengang, Israël Tankam Chedjou and Jean JulesTewa.
A multi-seasonal model
of the dynamics of the African
maize stalk borer

Mohammed Benmir, Salma
Chabbar, Rajae Aboulaich
and Nabil Ismaili.

A Hybrid Model of Tumor Growth Under Chemotherapy Medicine

Chaima Abid, Amel Ben Abda,Riadh Ben Fatma and Yosra Boukari.
Un algorithme de complétions de données via la représentation intégrale de  l'opérateur Stecklov-Poincaré

14h40-15h40

Plénière : Conférence :
Engelbert Mephu Nguifo
(Sciences de Données) 

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15h40 - 16h10

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16h15 - 17h40

Genie Logiciel/Case Study

Image Processing

Epidemiology

Maths Sciences du Vivant

Azanzi Jiomekong, Hippolyte Michel Tapamo, Kenfack and Gaoussou Camara.
Combining Scrum and Model Driven Architecture for the
development of the EPICAM platform

Lionel Landry Sop Deffo and Elie
Fute Tagne.
INBaSA: An Improved Non-parametric background subtraction algorithm improving pixel segmentation

Stefana Fandresena Tsilefa
and Angelo Raherinirina.

Study of the convergence of stochastic compartmental models in epidemiology

Thamer Hmidhi and Radhouane
Fekih-Salem.

On a global stability of a two-step anaerobic digestion model

Milliam Maxime Zekeng Ndadji, Franck Bruno Tonle Noumbo and Maurice Tchoupe.

Non-Recursive LSAWfP Models are Structured Workflows

 Mbiethieu Cezar, Tsopze Norbert
and Mephu-Nguifo Engelbert.
CovSegNet: An Automated COVID-19 lesion segmentation from CT scans using Deep Learning - IA Techniques

Fatima Boudchich, Jaafar El
Karkri and Rajae Aboulaich.

Analysis of virus infection
dynamics with delayed
immune response

Benaissa Dekhici, Boumediène Benyahia and Brahim Cherki.
Dynamic mode decomposition
with Control for Data-driven
Modeling of Anaerobic Digestion process

Milliam Maxime Zekeng Ndadji, Baudouin Nankeng Meli and Maurice Tchoupe Tchendji.
Improving the Projection-Based and Artifact-Centric Decentralized Execution of LSAWfP Models

 Farida Bint Ahmad Nchare and
Hippolyte Michel Tapamo 
Kenfack.
Semantic segmentation of high-resolution aerial imagery using a fully convolutional network
Abboubakar Hamadjam, Kom Regonne Raissa and Nyemb Ndjem Eone André Kevin.
Fractional dynamics of a transmission model of Zika disease

Oumaima Laraj, Noha El Khattabi and Alain Rapaport.

Mathematical Model Of Anaerobic Digestion With Leachate Recirculation

5th October 2022 / 5 Octobre 2022

Période/Horaire

Yaoundé

Dschang

Tunis

08h00 - 09h30

Calcul parallèle/distribué

Sécurité

Biomedical

Partial Differential Equations

Jerry Lacmou Zeutouo, Vianney Kengne Tchendji and Jean-Frédéric Myoupo.

Coarse- grained multicomputer parallel algorithm using the four-splitting technique for the minimum cost parenthesizing problem

Leonel Moyou Metcheka, Stéphane Gael R Ekodeck and René Ndoundam.

A secure online  steganography scheme based on HTTP request sequences
Ben Abdejlil Slah Eddin, Ben Essid Atef and Mani-Aouadi Saloua.

Analysis of tumor growth model including a PDE-ODE coupling with a nonlocal boundary condition

Ibrahim Soufi.

On the existence of two solutions for a boundary value problem on thehalf-line

Vanessa Laure Fokou, Peggy Cellier, Maurice Tchuente and Alexandre Termier.

QuickFill, QuickMixte} : approches par blocs pour la réduction du nombre de programmes en synthèse de programmes

Olive Flore Yatio Njike, Marcellin Julius Antonio Nkenlifack and Benoit Martin Azanguezet Quimatio.

User authentification through keystroke dynamics classifiers
Hamza Ammar, Moncef Mahjoub and Nejib Zemzemi.

Global Lipschitz stability of multiple space dependent ionic parameters for the MEA/hiPSC-CM assays

Abdelkader Dellal, Abdelghani Ouahab and Henderson Johnny.

Existence of solutions for Solitons type equations :  Derrick’s Problem with twice p- laplacian

Nel Gerbault Nanvou Tsopgny, Thomas Messi Nguélé and Etienne Kouokam.

DSL for parallelizing Machine Learning algorithms on multicore architecture

Abdoul-Hadi Konfé, Pasteur Poda and Raphaël Le Bidan.

Design Techniques of Spatially Coupled Low-Density Parity-Check Codes: A Review and Tutorial on 5G New Radio

Amina Hammoum, Tewfik Sari and Karim Yadi.

Rozensweig-macArthur model with variable disappearance rate

Achouak Bekkai.

Globally unsolvability of fractional evolution equations with exponential nonlinearity

09h45 - 10h15

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Plénière : Conférence :
Ryma Abassi (CyberSecurité)

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10h30 - 11h00

Pause

Pause

Pause

11h15 - 12h45

Plénière : Conférence :
Ryma Abassi (CyberSecurité)

Conférence spécialisée :
- Louis Aimé Fono (Cyberséc. et Théorie des jeux)
- Charles KAMHOUA (Cyberséc.)

Conférence spécialisée :
N° 2

12h45 - 14h00

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14h15 - 15h00

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Plénière : Conférence :
Safari Mekeru (Modélisation
Financière)

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15h05 - 15h50

Plénière : Conférence :
Jérémy Buisson (Ingénierie d’architecture virtuelles)

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15h55 - 16h10

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16h15 - 17h45

Système de recommandation

Modélisation graphes

Environnement

Modélisation et étude de Cas

Léatitia Audrey Ntsamo Dongmo, Armel Jacques Nzekon Nzeko'O, Maurice Tchuente and JF Mehaut.
Graphes de recommandation enrichis par des informations latentes issues de la factorisation matricielle

David Jaures Fotsa Mbogne and Bulcard Brandone Chiegang-Sape.
Modélisation de la
propagation de rumeur: Impact de la distribution des distances dans un réseau
Mohamed Lajili, Anis Theljani, Maher Moakher and Badreddine Rjaibi.

Multimodal image registration based on geometric similarity termon

Floris Kagho Donchi Khalil, Guy-De-Patience Ftatsi Mbetmi, David Jaurès Fotsa-Mbogne and Bonaventure Djeumako.

Modélisation et estimation de la fiabilité dynamique d’un évacuateur de crues

Ghislain Wabo, Armel Jacques Nzekon Nzeko'O, Fritz Sosso Makembe, Xaveria Youh Djam.
Vectorization on class-oriented documents for job recommendation based on supervised ML models

Claude Kanyou, Etienne Kouokam and Yves Emvudu.

Structural network analysis:

Correlation between centrality
measures
Abboubakar Hamadjam, Kom Regonne Raissa, Fandio Ruben and Ekobena Fouda Henri Paul.
Fractional modeling of Leprosy disease transmission dynamics

Thomas Musora, Zviiteyi Chazuka and Florance Matarise.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflow Modelling and Forecasting Case Study of Zimbabwe

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Oumarou Abdou Arbi, Anne Siegel and Jérémie Bourdon.

Contributions des entrées sur
les sorties pour les réseaux métaboliques

Yacine Chaib.
Propriétés asymptotiques de l’estimateur robuste pour des données tronquées et censurées à variable dépendante

Arno Roland Ngatcha Ndengna, Boniface Nkonga, Abdou Njifenjou and Raphael Onguene.

Shear shallow water modeling of sediments transport flows

Amira Bouhali, Walid Ben Aribi, Slimane Ben Miled and Amira Kebir.
Optimal control applied to mathematical model of COVID 19

6th October 2022 / 6 Octobre 2022

Période/Horaire

Yaoundé

Dschang

Tunis

08h00 - 09h00

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Plénière : Conférence :
 Grégoire Allaire

09h05 - 10h05

Conférences spécialisées
Constant Wette
(Intel Artif / Machine Learning)

Conférence spécialisée  et ateliers
Université-Entreprises

Modélisation

Tahani Mtar, Radhouane Fekih-Salem and Tewfik Sari. Mathematical analysis of an interspecific density-dependent model with mutual inhibition and distinct removal rates
Rezki Chemlal and Hacene Gharout. Combining chaotic dynamical systems using the fuzzy logic XOR operator.
10h05 - 10h35

Pause-Café

Pause-Café

Pause-Café

10h35 - 11h35

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Plénière : Conférence :
Flora Ponjou Tasse
(IA et Réalité augmentée)

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11h35 - 13h15

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13h15 - 14h00

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Conférences spécialisées
et Ateliers U-Entreprises (qualité formation/recherche)

Conférence Spécialisée

14h10 - 16h30

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Meeting ASDS
(Assemblée générale constitutive)

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18h00

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Diner gala (soirée scientifique et culturelle, Awards,
30 ans du CARI…
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7th October 2022 / 7 Octobre 2022

08h00 - 08h30

Echange - café

Echange - Café

Echange - Café

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Social Event

Échanges
« Social event »
(Dschang / Foumban)

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Point focal à contacter au niveau de Dschang/Cameroun pour votre participation au CARI'2022:

Maurice KENFACK NANGHO <kenfnang@gmail.com>
(+237) 673 61 67 64 / 653 31 85 16

Point focal à contacter au niveau de Yaoundé/Cameroun pour votre participation au CARI'2022:

Maurice KENFACK NANGHO <kenfnang@gmail.com>
(+237) 673 61 67 64 / 653 31 85 16

Point focal à contacter au niveau de Tunis  pour votre participation aux activités du CARI'2022:

Saber Amdouni
saber.amdouni@enit.utm.tn

Persons willing to physically participate in the CARI and/or in the events attached to it (constituent general assembly of ASDS, Symposium, social event, etc.) are requested to return the completed registration form to the corresponding contact point (at Cameroon or Tunisia) .

Les personnes souhaitant participer physiquement au CARI et/ou aux événements qui y sont attachés (assemblée générale constitutive d'ASDS, Symposium, événement social, ...) sont priées de remplir et transmettre la fiche  complétée au point de contact (au Cameroun ou Tunisie).

Persons willing to participate REMOTELY to  the CARI conferences are requested to fill and submit the completed registration form .

Les personnes souhaitant participer à distance aux conférences du CARI sont priées de remplir et de soumettre  le formulaire en ligne.

The proceedings will be published as a HAL archive as we did for the previous edition (see https://hal.inria.fr/CARI2020/). Permanent partners are:

CARI 1992-2022 … 30 years of Scientific Partnership France – Africa

CARI an international Scientific Organisation to strengthen Africain capacities

CARI, the African Conference on Research in Computer Science,  is the outcome of an international cooperation involving African universities, French research institutes, and international organizations.

CARI contribute to technological development and environmental awareness

The scientific program, which reflects the wealth and diversity of the research carried out on the African continent, places special emphasis on work that can contribute to technological development, environmental awareness and natural resource management.

CARI developping long term partnership

A community of hundred of researchers coming  not only from France and Africa, but also from all over the word

CARI an event each two years, conferences with invited paper

Occurring once every two years since its first edition held in 1992 (Yaounde, Cameroon), even in covid period… 

CARI 1992-2022

1992: Yaounde, Cameroon: CARI emerges from an agreement between the University of Yaoundé 1, the United Nations University (UNU) and France’s National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique – INRIA). It receives support from the French Ministry for International Development and UNESCO.

1994: Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso: CARI’s backers define a charter. The French Scientific Research Institute for Cooperative Development (ORSTOM, renamed the Research Institute for Development – IRD in 1988) joins the project. Three research projects have received support (Parallel, SIAD, and VOAR); they will serve as a starting point for more ambitious projects.

1996: Libreville, Gabon: CARI collects three new partners: The French Ministry for Cooperation and Development;The International Centre for Pure and Applied Mathematics (ICPAM), an international organisation working for the growth of mathematics in developing countries and the CIRAD, a French research centre working with developing countries to tackle international agricultural and development issues.

1998: Dakar, Senegal: The French-speaking Universities Association (AUF, previously AUPELF-UREF) joins the partners. Maghreb countries are wholeheartedly involved in CARI. The European SIMES project (for a multimedia information system for the sub-Saharan environment) is launched. France Telecom provides financial support. UNESCO takes part in CARI.

2000: Antananarivo, Madagascar: France’s Minister for Foreign and European Affairs becomes a partner. Madagascar’s involvement becomes substantial. Camereau project set up (hydro-geology in Cameroon)

2002: Yaounde, Cameroon: Back to our roots in Yaoundé for CARI’s 10th anniversary. Publication of the first edition of the ARIMA journal (African journal of Research into Computer Science and Applied Mathematics).

2004: Tunis, Tunisia: Start-up of the SARIMA project, supporting research activities in computer science and mathematics in Africa, a large-scale project aimed at developing a network of centres of excellence, a balanced cooperation model between northern and southern  teams.

2006 Cotonou, Benin: Increased number of research topics, emphasis on scientific computation and emergence of modelling issues.They were 194 submissions, of which 41 have been accepted. Given the important number of approached topics during the conference it appears increasingly desirable to define topics associated with networks sets of themes.

2008 Rabat, Morocco: CARI’s scientific contributions are now split into seven research areas:  modelling of complex systems; signal, image and multimedia; scientific computation and parallel processing; artificial intelligence and machine learning; information systems;  distributed systems, embedded systems, networks and mobility;  formal methods for software engineering.

2010 Yamoussoukro, Côte d’Ivoire: The tenth time CARI has been held! First conference since the formation in late 2009 of the International Laboratory for Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics (LIRIMA) and the Unit for Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Complex Systems (UMMISCO).

2012 Algiers, Algeria: The eleventh edition held at CERIST in Algiers, Algeria 13-to-16th of October 2012. The program was very dense and held in three parallel sessions except for the invited keynotes lectures that were given in plenary sessions.

2014 Saint Louis, Senegal: They were 118 submissions, of which 37 have been accepted.Reviews has decided to include ARIMA Journal in MathSciNets. For the forthcomming editions of CARI the tutorials will be replaced by a Cimpa Research School.

2016 Tunis, Hammamet: This conference was associated with a CIMPA Research School on “Mathematics for Biology”. They were 130 submissions, of which 51 have been accepted.It was decided that to meet the corresponding deadlines the choice of location of a given CARI is taken prior to the preceding edition. The Permanent Committee solicits, selects and supports the teams candidate to the organization of a CARI.

2018 South Africa,  Stellenbosch: This fourteenth edition reflects the richness and the diversity of the research undertaken on the African continent with a special emphasis on works related to the development of new technologies, knowledge in environmental sciences and to the management of natural resources, consists of 28 scientific contributions, selected from 100 submissions. It was preceded by a research school on the formal aspects of computing.

2020 Thies, Senegal: This fifteenth edition was entrusted to Thies Polytechnic School. The health crisis linked to the Coronavirus epidemic forced us to move towards an online organization of the conference. The scientific program consists of 36 scientific  contributions, selected from 92 submissions, together with 5 invited talks delivered by acknowledged specialists. It was preceded by a research school on “Mathematics of Artificial Intelligence and Applicationto Robotics and Big Data”.

CARI'2020

Thies – Senegal

CARI'2018

Stellenbosch-RSA

CARI'2016

Hammamet – Tunisia

CARI'2014

Saint-Louis – Senegal

CARI'2012

Algiers – Algeria

CARI'2010

Yama – Cote d’Ivoires

CARI'2008

Rabat – Morocco

CARI'2006

Cotonou – Benin

CARI 2022 / Tunisia & Cameroon

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Interactive session of training researchers

A new spirit of scientific collaboration involving young and senior researchers to reach CARI’s objectives for a sustainable partnership