Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Krzysztof Kaczor, dr inż.

asystent

Wydział Elektrotechniki, Automatyki, Informatyki i Inżynierii Biomedycznej
WEAIiIB-kis, Katedra Informatyki Stosowanej


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ORCID: brak

ResearcherID: J-9323-2012

Scopus: brak

PBN: 909683

OPI Nauka Polska

System Informacyjny AGH (SkOs)




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  • Algorithms for rule inference in modularized rule bases
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  • Can the generation of test cases for unit testing be automated with rules?
3
  • Critical evaluation of the XTT2 rule representation through comparison with CLIPS
4
  • Description logic reasoning in an ontology-based system for citizen safety in urban environment
5
  • Distributed and collaborative knowledge management using an ontology-based system
6
  • Encapsulation-driven approach to interchange of knowledge base structure
7
  • Enriching business processes with rules using the Oryx BPMN editor
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  • HaDEs – presentation of the HeKatE design environment
10
  • HaDEsclipse – integrated environment for rules (tool presentation)
11
  • HalVA – rule analysis framework for XTT2 rules
12
  • HeKatE rule runtime and design framework
13
  • How to reason by HeaRT in a semantic knowledge-based wiki
14
  • Integration of business processes with visual decision modeling
15
  • Mobile context-based framework for threat monitoring in urban environment with social threat monitor
16
  • Overview of BPMN model equivalences
17
  • Overview of knowledge formalization with XTT2 rules
18
  • Overview of selected business process semantization techniques
19
  • Practical approach to interoperability in production rule bases with SUBITO
20
  • Proposal of an inference engine architecture for business rules and processes
21
  • Rule modularization and inference solutions – a synthetic overview
22
  • SBVRwiki a web-based tool for authoring of business rules
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  • Semantically-driven rule interoperability – concept proposal
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  • Towards rule interoperability: design of drools rule bases using the XTT2 method
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  • Visual design of drools rule bases using the XTT2 method