KNIXMAS

1998-2000
Knowledge Shared XPS - Based Research Network Using Multi-Agent Systems
Knowledge Shared XPS - Based Research Network Using Multi-Agent Systems
English

The main objective was to design and establish a framework (shell) for an intelligent global research network consisting of connected local (national) working and research networks. This framework will consist of distributed co-operating expertsystems (Intelligent Base Systems) with decision support modules for research management and intelligent knowledge retrieval provided by applied multi-agent systems. For the prototype the local research networks and workingspaces will be realised as Intranets in 5 different European countries (Germany, Finland, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria). The centre of each local network will be an intelligent base system conceived as expert system with co-operating and communication facilities via Internet/Intranet. The entire knowledge will be shared over the whole network and managed by Intelligent Knowledge Brokers.
The main characteristics of the research network are the following: The entire network is supplied with AI-components and methods. Modularity and flexibility will be guaranteed by structuring and designing the whole system in an object oriented way. Adaptiveness and flexible adjustment will be provided by reflecting and evaluating user response and acceptance data via complex feedback and influence loops. Developing this research network as a modular AI-system ensures a high degree of transferability and adjustment capabilities. Using dynamic knowledge and databases and digital repositories controlled by intelligent knowledge brokers guarantees inter- and exchange of specialised knowledge. For the intelligent knowledge retrieval global and local standard multi-agent systems will be installed on heterogeneous platforms using CORBA standards. The benefit for the users will be decision supported research management as well as intelligent knowledge retrieval embedded in collaborative workingspaces. In particular, the following achievements will be attuned to the European user.

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prof. dr hab. inż.
Andrzej
Dziech
Prof.
profesor zwyczajny
room: 
D5/112
phone: 
+48 12 6172616
email: 
dziech@kt.agh.edu.pl
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Po wczesniejszym uzgodnieniu
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by appointment
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Prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Dziech - tytuł mgr inż. w zakresie elektroniki i telekomunikacji oraz stopień dr inż. w zakresie telekomunikacji uzyskał w Instytucie Elektroniki w St. Petersburgu odpowiednio w roku 1970 i 1973. Stopień dr hab. w dziedzinie telekomunikacji otrzymał w 1978 r. w Politechnice Poznańskiej. Od 1986 r. jest profesorem tytularnym. Jego działalność naukowa obejmuje takie dziedziny jak: telekomunikacja cyfrowa, kodowanie, teoria informacji i sygnałów, przetwarzanie sygnałów i obrazów, kompresja danych, sygnały i recesy losowe. Pracował w wielu zagranicznych uniwersytetach ostatnio w latach 2001-2003 zatrudniony był jako visiting profesor na Uniwersytecie w Wuppertalu w Niemczech. Jest autorem lub współautorem ponad 180 publikacji i 5 książek. Wypromował 18 doktorów nauk technicznych. Otrzymał 4 nagrody Ministra Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego. Jest koordynatorem projektu 7. Programu Ramowego INDECT.

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Professor Andrzej Dziech, Ph.D. Hab. - received his M.Sc. and Ph.D in telecommunications from the Electro-technical Institute in Leningrad, Faculty of Automation and Computer Science, in 1970 and 1973. He received postdoctoral degree in engineering, Science Tech, from the Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering in 1978. He is full professor from 1986. His fields of interest are related to digital communication, image and data processing, data compression, information and coding theory, random signals, computer communications networks and signal processing. He has worked in number of foreign universities, most recently in 2001-2003 he worked as a visiting professor at the University of Wuppertal in Germany. He co-authored 180 publications including 5 books. He promoted 18 Ph.D. students and approx. 100 M.Sc. He was awarded 4 times by Ministry of Education of Poland for his research achievements. He serves as a co-ordinator of FP7 project INDECT.

Data_startu_projektu: 
October, 2012