Laboratory For Analysis and Architecture of Systems

The Laboratory for analysis and architecture of systems (Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architectures des systèmes, LAAS) is a laboratory depending from the Centre national de la recherche scientifique. This facility is located near to other important higher education facilities in Toulouse, France: the Paul Sabatier University, SUPAERO, the ENAC, the INSA, as well as other research centers (the ONERA and the CNES).

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... The activities of the laboratory are mostly concentrated in the following topics Methods and Algorithms in Control Telecommunication Networks and Systems ...

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