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3rd Edition of the national Study Day on Research on Computer Sciences

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3rd edition of the national Study Day on Research on Computer Sciences

April 23, 2019 , Saida, Algeria

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JERI'2019 | 3ième édition de la Journée d'Etude sur la Recherche en Informatique

23 Avril 2019, Saida, Algerie

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As part of the scientific animation, under the patronage of the rector of the University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar- and after the success of the two previous editions JERI’2016 and JERI’2017 which can only encourage the continuity, the computer science department in collaboration with GeCoDe  lab of the University of Saida  will organize with the same ambitions and enthusiasm the third edition of the national Study Day on Research on Computer Sciences: JERI’2019  » Journée d’Etude sur la Recherche en Informatique ».

This edition will be part of  the politics of our university aiming to assert itself as the first pole of computer research in Algeria, and  will open up to the large national community.

This day is a place for meetings and exchanges between teachers and students, internal and external. Its aim is to bring together computer scientists in different areas of computer research to enable them to present their work and compare their ideas and especially the involvement of end-of-cycle students in the approach of scientific research.


JERI’2019 aims to encourage and promote scientific cooperation between Algerian universities.

JERI’2019  is intended for oral presentations. In addition a poster display space will be reserved for Master students (I and II).


Prof. Salim Chikhi

MISC Laboratory

Computer science department

ICT faculty

University of Constantine2-Abdelhamid Mehri


A most simple and popular definition of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the study of how to make computers do things at which people are doing better.

Computational Intelligence (CI) which is a sub-branch of AI, can be considered as the study of adaptive mechanisms to enable or facilitate intelligent behavior in complex and changing environments. These mechanisms include those AI paradigms that exhibit an ability to learn or adapt to new situations, to generalize, abstract, discover and associate.

CI is a set of nature-inspired computational methodologies and approaches to address complex real-world problems to which mathematical or traditional modelling can be useless.

In this talk, we are going to present a somewhat general introduction to the fundamentals of CI, including the more important and frequently used techniques (artificial neural networks, evolutionary computation, swarm intelligence, artificial immune systems, and fuzzy systems). While these individual techniques have been applied successfully to solve real-world problems, the current trend is to develop hybrids of paradigms, since no one paradigm is superior to the others in all situations. The hybrid CI system will eliminate the weaknesses of individual components.

We will try to identify existing relationships and differences with other closely related concepts because they are also based on the notion of intelligence like soft computing and artificial life.

Finally, we will examine some complex problems that surround our real world, study the best ways to model them, and develop the best tools to implement to solve them.

Key words : Computational Intelligence, nature inspired methodologies, complex systems, hybrid paradigms, real world problem solutions.

Salim Chikhi received his MSc degree in computer systems from University Mentouri of Constantine, Algeria, in collaboration with Glasgow University, UK, in 1993. He received his PhD degree in computer science from University Mentouri of Constantine, Algeria in 2005. Currently, he is a full professor at the University Constantine2, Algeria. He is the head of MISC laboratory (Modeling and Implementation of Complex Systems) and the leader of the SCAL team (Soft Computing and Artificial Life). His research areas include soft computing and artificial life techniques and their applications to real life problems, namely wireless networks routing, logistics routing, Iot architectures, biometry, optimization and natural language processing.

Topics of interest

  • Adaptive Control
  • Agents Systems
  • Ambient Intelligence
  • Argumentation Systems
  • Artificial Immune Systems
  • Bayesian Networks
  • Automated Reasoning
  • Autonomous Agents
  • Bio-informatics
  • Case-based Reasoning
  • Cognitive Modeling
  • Computer Animation
  • Computer Vision
  • Cognitive Models
  • Constraint Programming
  • Data Mining
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Description Logics
  • Evolutionary Computation
  • Expert Systems 
  • Fuzzy Logic
  • Games
  • Genetic Programming
  • Information Retrieval
  • Heuristic Search
  • Human Robot Interaction
  • Intelligent Systems
  • Intelligent Systems in Education
  • Knowledge Management
  • Knowledge Representation
  • Knowledge Processing
  • Machine Learning
  • Meta-heuristics
  • Model-based Reasoning
  • Multi-Agent Systems
  • Multi Media Processing
  • Multi Criteria Decision Making
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Neural Networks
  • Non-Monotonic Logics 
  • Optimization
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Preference Reasoning
  • Privacy Preserving Data Mining
  • Reasoning under Uncertainty
  • Robotics
  • SAT
  • Search
  • Security, Privacy and Ethics in the digital aera
  • Security Intelligence
  • Smart Graphics
  • Social Networks Applications
  • Soft Computing
  • Swarm Intelligence
  • Temporal and Spatial Reasoning
  • Speech Recognition
  • User Modeling
  • Web Semantics
  • Ontologies

Important dates

Paper Submission Deadline:  December 15, 2018. December 31,2018 (Frim deadline).

Notification of Acceptance : February 15, 2019. Ferbruary 26,2019

Camera Ready : March 05, 2019

Registration deadline: March 20, 2019.

JERI’2019 :    April 23, 2019.

Submission Details


Authors are invited to submit their papers in English or – French as primary version – of up to 10 single spaced pages including references, and presenting the results of original research or innovative practical applications relevant to the conference. Practical experiences with state-of-the-art AI methodologies are also acceptable when they reect lessons of unique value to the conference attendees. Submitted papers must be formatted using the Springer LNCS/LNAI style and will be done electronically using the submission button below. The use of the LaTeX2e style file available from Springer is required. Papers submitted to JERI’2019 must not have already been published, or accepted for publication, or be under review for a journal or another conference. Submissions will go through a double blind review process by Program Committee members for originality, significance, technical merit, and clarity of presentation. In this regard, authors should not include any information that would identify them or their affiliations. Such information can however be added to the camera-ready version, if the paper is accepted.

The conference proceedings will be published in a CEUR-WS. Authors of accepted papers will be allocated time for an oral presentation at the conference and will have the opportunity to present their work in a poster session. At least one author of each accepted paper is required to attend the conference to present the work. Authors must agree to this requirement prior to submitting their paper for review.

The first best papers accepted and presented in JERI’2019 will be published in IJSITA(https://www.igi-global.com/ijsita) after the revision of at least 30% new material. And some selected paper from the rest of the papers accepted and presented in JERI’2019 will be submitted to IJIAM (http://dergipark.gov.tr/ijiam) journal for a second round after the revision of at least 30% new material

The  Committees

Honorary General Chairs

  • Wehby Fethallah TEBBOUNE, the rector of the University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Larbi BOUMEDIENNE, The dean of the Faculty of Technology,University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida 

JERI'2019 General Chair's

Mebarka  YAHLALI, GeCoDe Lab -University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida

Steering Committee

  • Abdelmalek AMINE, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Reda Mohamed HAMOU, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Ahmed Chaouki LOKBANI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida

Program Committee Co-Chairs

  • Abdelmalek AMINE, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Reda Mohamed HAMOU, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida

Program Committee

  • Reda ADJOUDJ – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes
  • Ghazi I. ALKHATIB – Hashemite University, Jordan
  • Abdelkrim AMIRAT – University of Souk Ahras
  • Abdelmalek AMINE – University de Saida
  • Mohammed AMROUNE – University of Tebessa
  • Baghdad ATMANI – University of Oran1
  • Latifa BABA-HAMED – University of Oran 1
  • Mohamed Chaouki BABAHENINI – University of Biskra
  • Hassan BADIR – Université of Tanger, Maroc
  • Valentina Emilia BALAS- University  of Arad, Roumanie
  • Fatiha BARIGOU – University of Oran1
  • Ghalem BELALEM – University of Oran1
  • Zakaria BENDAOUD  – University of Saida
  • Mohamed BENMOHAMMED – University of Constantine 2
  • Sidi-Mohamed BENSLIMANE – ESI-SBA
  • Karim BOUAMRANE – University of Oran1
  • Hadj Ahmed BOUARARA  – University of Saida
  • Hasna BOUAZZA – USTO – MB
  • Nerdjes BOUCHEMAL – University of Mila
  • Mohamed Amine BOUDIA  – University of Saida
  • Zizette BOUFAIDA – University Constantine 2
  • Kamel BOUKHALFA – USTHB ALgiers
  • Sofiane BOUKLI HACENE – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes
  • Omar BOUSSAID – ERIC Laboratory, Lyon, France
  • Salim CHIKHI – University of Constantine2
  • Abdallah CHOUARFIA – USTO-MB
  • Merouane DEBBAH – Centrale Supelec, France
  •  Mekhlouf DERDOUR – University of Tebessa
  • Mahmoud FAHSI – University of Sidi Bel Abbes
  • Kamel Mohamed FARAOUN – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes
  • Med Amine FERRAG – University of Guelma
  • Rachida FISSOUNE – ENSAT, Maroc
  • Nacira GHOUALMI-ZINE – University of Annaba
  • Djamila HAMDADOU – University of Oran1
  • Reda Mohamed HAMOU – University of Saida
  • Selma KHOURI – ESI-Algiers
  • Abdelkader KHOBZAOUI  – University of  Saida
  • Karima KIES – USTO-MB
  • Zineddine KOUAHLA – University of  Guelma
  • Chaabane LAMICHE – University of Msila
  • Ahmed Chouaki LOKBANI – University of  Saida
  • Zekri LOUGMIRI – University of Oran1
  • Ishak MEDDAH – ESI-SBA
  • Abdelkrim MEZIANE – CERIST
  • Djelloul MOKADEM- University of Saida
  • Mehdi NAFA – University of Annaba
  • Nabil NEGGAZ – USTO-MB
  • Brahim NINI – University of Oum el Bouaghi
  • Amine RAHMANI – University of  Alger
  • Med Elhadi RAHMANI – University of Saida
  • Abdelatif  RAHMOUN  – ESI SBA
  • Larbi SEKHRI – Université of Oran1
  • Hamid SERIDI – Université of Guelma
  • Noria TAGHEZOUT – University of  Oran1
  • Redouane TLEMSANI – INTTIC, Oran
  • Mebarka YAHLALI- University of  Saida

Organizing Committee Chair

Mohamed Amine BOUDIA, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida

Organizing Committee

  • Fatima BOUASSRIA, GeCoDe Lab -University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Zakaria BENDAOUD, GeCoDe Lab -University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Hadj Ahmed BOUARARA, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Amine RAHMANI, GeCoDe Lab – University Of Algiers 1.
  • Mohamed Elhadi RAHMANI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Soumia DIB, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Siham KOUIDRI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida      
  • Siham BOUKHALFA, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida          
  • Hanane MENAD, GeCoDe Lab,  University de UDL – SBA
  • Abdedjebar DAOUDI- University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Mohamed DERKAOUI – CRI, University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida 
  • Imane HAKOUM, University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida 
  • Ahmed MAKHLOUF – CRI, University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida
  • Djamila MEZIANE, University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida

Junior Organizing Committee Chair

Siham KOUIDRI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar Saida

Junior Organizing Committee

  • Wafa ABDELLI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Ghania BENALIOUA, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Aya DEY, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Chaima KOUIDRI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Abdelkader MEDJDOUBI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Nour MEKKI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Dhia NADRI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Hadjer SOUIAH, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida  
  • Zohra YAHLALI, GeCoDe Lab – University Dr Moulay Tahar  Saida 


          Faculty of Technology

Computer Science deparetment


   1-  Sign in with your ID and, password that you may have received the ID and password by email.
   2-  Read carfully the registration information.
   3-  Fulfil the registration form (In english) (in Registration Form).
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   5-  Proceed to payment and Send a copy of payment receipt (in Upload the Receipt of Payment).
   6-  You will receive the confirmation of registration by email within 3 days.If you do not receive it, please contact jeri.infosaida@gmail.com.



The 3rd Edition of the National Study Day on Computer Science Research  (JERI’2019) will be held at the University of Saida Dr. Moulay Tahar, Algeria on April 23rd, 2019. You can book your accomodations below :

Main Hotel

Hotel Name: Mineral water Hotel Mineral water Hotel
Means of transport: 30 min ()
Distance from venue: 30 min
Cost of transport: about 200 Da
Tel: +213 48 32 61 95
Prices: Negociated
   Type --> Price
   Chambre Single --> 4.000,00
   Chambre Double --> 5.000,00
   Chambre Triple --> 7.000,00
   Suite Junior 01 Personne --> 8.500,00
   Suite Junior 02 Personnes --> 9.000,00
   Suite Junior 03 Personnes --> 9.500,00
   Suite Junior 04 Personnes --> 10.000,00
   Suite Senior 01 Personne --> 12.000,00
   Suite Senior 02 Personnes --> 12.500,00
   Suite Senior 03 Personnes --> 13.500,00
   Suite Senior 04 Personnes --> 14.000,00

Welcome to Saida

Saïda, city, northwestern Algeria, on the southern slopes of the Tell Atlas Mountains and the northern fringe of the High Plateau (Hauts Plateaux). The city’s site has been of military importance since the construction there of a Roman fort. Saïda was a stronghold of Abdelkader, the Algerian national leader who burned the town as French forces approached it in 1844. Modern Saïda was founded as a French military outpost in 1854 and once housed a regiment of the French Foreign Legion. Its growth was stimulated by the arrival of the rail line between Oran and Béchar, and it was incorporated in 1862.The city lies along the right bank of the Wadi Saïda, protected by wooded mountains on the opposite shore that rise steeply from the valley floor to an elevation of some 4,000 feet (1,200 metres). The surrounding region is fertile and well-watered, and cereals (mainly wheat), olives, and grapes are grown to the north. Esparto grass and cereals are grown and goats and sheep are herded in the dry steppelike High Plateau and in the Saharan Atlas. These resources combine to make Saïda a trade centre for sheep, wool, and cereals. It is also noted for fine leatherwork and especially for its mineral waters (bottled and sold nationally).

Saida city is located at the 34.8303, 0.1517 coordinates and it is situated at elevation 840 meters above sea level. Distance from Saida to cities are listed below: Distance from Saïda to Algiers 452 km, to Oran 175 km, to Sidi Belabes 90 km, to Bechar 530 km.