MESCAL members often stick
together in a dark room and present some of their work or interesting
papers they have ve just read. This page gathers the various materials
that have been used at these meetings.
Mescal Members participate to different Working Groups depending on their interests.
- MESCAL: One Monday afternoon out of two (from 14h00 to 15h00). This working group aims at discussing about models and at creating new collaborations between MESCAL members. This is very informal and anyone that feel he lacks some knowledge or ideas is invited to present his problem. Contact Arnaud Legrand if you want any information or wish to present some work.
- PERF: One Monday afternoon out of two (from 14h00 to 15h00). This working group aims at discussing about performance evaluation. Many new PhD students work on simulation, load injection, modeling, networks, ... We aim at discussing as well about theoretical subjects (Markov chains, random variable comparisons, scaling, petri nets, ...) as applied and experimental ones (experiments planning, typical setting generation, ...). Contact Jean-Marc Vincent if you want any information or wish to present some work.
- GAMES: One Friday morning out of two (from 10h00 to 11h00). This working group aims at talking about multicriterio optimization, game theory, bargaining, non-cooperative systems performance evaluation, ... Even if all previous working groups are open to anyone, GAMES is more specifically a joint MESCAL/MOAIS working group.
Grenoble Seminar on Performance Evaluation: Once a month generally. This is a very open seminar aiming at promoting collaborations between researchers of different communities in Grenoble but using the same kind of tools (stochastic models, queuing theory, (max,+) algebra, Petri nets, SAN, ...).