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Digital concertists (The)

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4420

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00:05:06

Année de production

2014
HD
16/9
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Sonore

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MORA CHEVAIS Marie

Résumé

As a 2014 CNRS gold medallist, Gérard Berry, who is a computer scientist and professor at the Collège de France describes the Antescofo software which was developed in a partnership with INRIA. This software is based on ESTEREL language, also known as a "synchronous and reactive" language, which is used to steer aircraft among other things.
The properties of this synchronous programming language that Berry invented are used by Antescofo to adjust itself and accompany a musician in real-time.

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