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Vincent Danjean,
a French computer scientist, Linux kernel developer [1], Lecturer at Université Joseph Fourier in Grenoble, and member of MOAIS [2][3]. He holds a Masters and Ph.D. degree about the distributed multithreaded environment PM2 [4] at École Normale Superieure de Lyon and in the University of Bordeaux 1 under the supervision of Raymond Namyst [5]. His developing activities further focus on the thread library Marcel [6] which is a two-level scheduling thread library. It's interface is closed to the POSIX one but their main goal is performance. He unofficially maintains a set of debian package [7][8].


Vincent Danjean is member of the team developing the top level Go playing program Mogo [9], along with Thomas Hérault working on Mogo's parallel Monte-Carlo Tree Search [10].

Selected Publications


External Links


  1. ^ Raymond Namyst's Home Page - Linux Activations
  2. ^ MOAIS Project - CNRS - INPG - INRIA - UJF - home
  3. ^ Raymond Namyst's Home Page - Former Ph.D students
  4. ^ The PM2 environment
  5. ^ Raymond Namyst
  6. ^ Vincent Danjean's Homepage - Marcel
  7. ^ Unofficial Debian Packages
  8. ^ Debian Developer's Packages Overview - Debian Quality Assurance
  9. ^ MoGo: a software for the Game of Go
  10. ^ Amine Bourki, Guillaume Chaslot, Matthieu Coulm, Vincent Danjean, Hassen Doghmen, Thomas Hérault, Jean-Baptiste Hoock, Arpad Rimmel, Fabien Teytaud, Olivier Teytaud, Paul Vayssière, Ziqin Yu (2010). Scalability and Parallelization of Monte-Carlo Tree Search. CG 2010, pdf
  11. ^ Vincent Danjean - List of publications
  12. ^ DBLP: Vincent Danjean

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