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  1. Rojas-Castro, Dalia Marcela, Revel, A., & Menard, M. (2020). RHIZOME ARCHITECTURE : An Adaptive Neurobehavioral Control Architecture for Cognitive Mobile Robots—Application in a Vision-Based Indoor Robot Navigation Context. International Journal of Social Robotics.
  2. Guérin, C., Rigaud, C., Bertet, K., & Revel, A. (2017). An ontology-based framework for the automated analysis and interpretation of comic books’ images. In Information sciences (Vol. 378, p. 109–130).
  3. Prigent, A., & Revel, A. (2017). CITE-Content Interaction Time and spacE: a hybrid approach to model man-robot interaction for deployment in museums. In EAI Endorsed Trans. Creative Technologies (Vol. 4, Numéro 13, p. 5).
  4. Hind Idrissi, Arnaud Revel and El Mamoun Souidi (2016). « Security of Mobile Agent Platforms using RBAC based on Dynamic Role Assignment « . International Journal of Security and Its Applications, 10(4), 117-134.
  5. Improvement of natural image search engines results by emotional filtering – Patrice Denis, Vincent Courboulay, Arnaud Revel, Syntyche Gbehounou, François Lecellier, Christine Fernandez-Maloigne – 2016/2/1 – EAI Endorsed Transactions on Creative Technologies
  6. Mobile Agent Security Using ID-Based Agreement Protocol and Binary Serialization – Hind Idrissi · El Mamoun Souidi · Arnaud Revel – International Journal of Security and its Applications 05/2015; 9(5):19-30. DOI:10.14257/ijseia.2015.9.5.02
  7. D. Picard, A. Revel, M. Cord, An application of swarm intelligence to distributed image retrieval, Information Sciences, Juin 2012
  8. A.Revel and P.Andry. Emergence of structured interactions : from a theoretical model to pragmatic robotics. Neural Networks, 22(2) :116–125, March 2009.
  9. D. Picard, M. Cord, and A. Revel. Image retrieval over networks : Active learning using ant algorithm. IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 10(7) :1356–1365, 2008.
  10. K.Prepin and A.Revel. Human-machine interaction as a model of machine-machine interaction : how to make machines interact as humans do. Advanced Robotics, 21(15) :1709–1723, 2007.
  11. J.-P. Banquet, Ph. Gaussier, M. Quoy, Arnaud Revel, and Y. Burnod. A hierarchy of associations in hippocampo-cortical systems : Cognitive maps and navigation strategies. Neural Computation, 17(6) :1339–1384, June 2005.
  12. J. Nadel, A. Revel, P. Andry, and P. Gaussier. Toward communication : First imitations in infants, low-functioning children with autism and robots. Interaction Studies, 5(1) :45–74, 2004.
  13. Gaussier, A. Revel, J.P. Banquet, and V. Babeau. From view cells and place cells to cognitive map learning : processing stages of the hippocampal system. Biological Cybernetics, 86(1) :15–28, 2002.
  14. J.-P. Banquet, Ph. Gaussier, M. Quoy, and Arnaud Revel. From reflex to planning : multimodal, versatile, complex systems in biorobotics. commentary on b.webb : Can robots make good models of biological behaviour ? Behavioural Brain Science, 24(6) :1051–1053, 2001.
  15. Gaussier P., Joulain C., Banquet J.P., Leprêtre S., and Revel A. The visual homing problem : An example of robotics/biology cross fertilization. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 30 :155–180, 2000.
  16. P. Gaussier, C. Joulain, J.P. Banquet, A. Revel, S. Leprêtre, and S. Moga. A neural architecture for autonomous learning. Industrial Robot, 26(1) :33–38, 1999.
  17. Gaussier, A. Revel, C. Joulain, and S. Zrehen. Living in a partially structured environment : How to bypass the limitation of classical reinforcement techniques. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 20 :225–250, 1997.