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ACCUS project plenary meeting

18/12/2013

ACCUS project plenary meeting took place at the Instituto de Telecomunicações - Aveiro (Portugal) on 10  - 11 December. ACCUS, which stands for Adaptive Cooperative Control in Urban (sub) Systems, is a 3-year ARTEMIS-funded project aiming at improving services for urban systems such as traffic, energy and outdoor lighting. The eXiT group of the IIiA takes part in this project. The group is in charge of  developing new sequence pattern discovery methods in order to model urban behaviours and exploit those models for forecasting applications and detection of abnormal and emergent behaviours. Roberto Petite, project manager at eXiT, attended the plenary session.