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Name: Patrice Ossona de Mendez
Member since: 2001-02-07 10:56:28
Last Login: 2006-10-31 12:41:09

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Notes: CNRS researcher in discrete maths (speciality: topological graph theory).

Programming: C, C++, Pliant; Unix, OS/2 (academic and industrial software development, expertise, academic and professional teaching); lead developer (with the creator Hubert Tonneau) of Pliant's core language.
Also: Lisp, Prolog, Javascript, Assembler, Pascal, Easel, m4.

Algorithmic: Graph algorithms and data structures (Pigale project, in collaboration with Hubert de Fraysseix)


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Pigale (Public Implementation of a Graph Algorithm Library and Editor) has now an interface based on Qt.

See Pigale home page for further informations, screenshots and download.

Pliant version 72 has been released.

Version 65 of Pliant released.


pom certified others as follows:

  • pom certified pom as Master
  • pom certified pliant as Master
  • pom certified huberttonneau as Master
  • pom certified hf as Master
  • pom certified fxn as Journeyer
  • pom certified oka as Apprentice
  • pom certified eel as Journeyer
  • pom certified athomas as Apprentice
  • pom certified minou as Journeyer
  • pom certified abraham as Journeyer
  • pom certified gord as Master

Others have certified pom as follows:

  • pom certified pom as Master
  • pliant certified pom as Master
  • fxn certified pom as Master
  • hf certified pom as Master
  • minou certified pom as Master
  • domi certified pom as Master

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