Mathieu Beaudoin Français
PhD Candidate in Computer Science
Artificial Intelligence
Education

Mathieu Beaudoin

PhD Candidate in Computer Science
Faculty of Sciences, Department of Computer Science

MSc in Clinical Sciences (Community Health) (2007)
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Program of Clinical Sciences

BSc in Computer Science (2003)
Faculty of Sciences, Department of Computer Science


Contacts
819-346-1110, ext. 12787
Mathieu.Beaudoin@USherbrooke.ca

Université de Sherbrooke
Member of Planiart
Member of MIUS (laboratoire de recherche Multidisciplinaire en Infectiologie de l'Université de Sherbrooke)



PhD Project

My project focuses on a novel technique for discovering arrangements of interval events that predict rare occurrences of a target behaviour. This problem can be formulated as the extraction of classification rules from a database of labeled interval sequences to classify unseen sequences with high accuracy. The target behaviour we address describes errors or anomalous sub-sequences which occur infrequently in the training dataset.

Advisor : Froduald Kabanza. Co-Advisor : Louis Valiquette.
  • FQRNT scholarship holder (2007-2009)
  • Institution scholarship - Université de Sherbrooke (2007)

MSc Project

My project was the implementation and evaluation of a geographical accessibility model taking into account both supply and demand, weighted by their relative geographic position. I have used this model to measure potential accessibility to the specialized health care of bone densitometry for high-risk women in the province of Québec.

Advisor : Alain Vanasse. Co-Advisor: Jacques Piché.
  • Dean's honor roll (2005)
  • Institution scholarship - Université de Sherbrooke (2005)


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