Social Dynamics in Urban Context
Open tools, models and data - Paris and its suburbs, 1789-1950

Welcome to the SODUCO project

SODUCO is a 4 years pluridisciplinary project funded by the French National Research Agency, it has started in march 2019 and will end in 2023. SODUCO brings together people from the geographical sciences, from urban history, specialists of network morphogenesis and computer scientists to study the evolution of Paris over time, both in terms of its morphological transformations and its social evolutions.

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Latest news

Article presented to ICDAR 2021 on september 9, 2021

The following paper will be presented at ICDAR’21:

Yizi Chen, Edwin Carlinet, Joseph Chazalon, Clément Mallet, Bertrand Dumenieu, et al.. Vectorization of historical maps using deep edge filtering and closed shape extraction. 16th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR’21), Sep 2021, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Full-text: hal-03256073

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Article presented to DGMM 2021 on may 24-27, 2021

The following paper was presented at DGMM 2021:

Yizi Chen, Edwin Carlinet, Joseph Chazalon, Clément Mallet, Bertrand Duménieu, et al.. Combining Deep Learning and Mathematical Morphology for Historical Map Segmentation. Discrete Geometry and Mathematical Morphology, First International Joint Conference, DGMM 2021, Uppsala, Sweden, May 24–27, 2021, Proceedings, 12708, pp 79 - 92, 2021, Lecture notes in computer science,

Full-text available at 10.1007/978-3-030-76657-3_5. hal-03101578

Presentation of the SoDUCo project to the FOSS4G conference, 2019

Soduco was presented to the FOSS4G community at the annual FOSS4G conference in Bucharest, Romania