Florent Mouysset, a thesis student at Berger-Levrault, will work for three months with the LS3 at Ryerson University in Toronto on log analysis, process mining and automatic software adaptation. The purpose of this collaboration is to help us progress in the analysis of software traces.
To design more appropriate software and to analyze customer use of our software interfaces, Berger-Levrault relies on artificial intelligence algorithms and more particularly on multi-agent systems (SMA). We hope by these methods to be able to reconstruct the users’ navigation paths in our interfaces and thus have a better understanding of the real uses. This is an essential step in improving our solutions.