Mladen Stanojevic

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Truth maintenance (also called belief revision or reason maintenance) is an area of AI concerned with revising sets of beliefs and maintaining the truth in the system when new information contradicts existing information. Truth maintenance systems (TMSs) work with inference engines that act as problem solvers within large search spaces. The inference engine(More)
Self-adaptive prototype for seat adaptation aims at enhancing the physical comfort of a driver by taking into account not only the state of the environment (state of the road, car settings), but also the driver’s emotional, cognitive and physical state. To implement this prototype we used a REFLECTive middleware, which provides a programming(More)
This paper describes a novel approach to situation awareness and management in critical infrastructures using an emerging Complex Event Processing paradigm in combination with ECA (Event Condition Action) rules. Every modern infrastructural facility, especially critical ones, would want to catch or predict exceptions and threats at the earliest possible(More)
This paper presents the first prototype of the EMILI-SITE system that will provide an advanced simulation and training capabilities for emergency management in critical infrastructures like airports, railway/metro systems, and power grids. In addition, the EMILI-SITE system will support decision-making activities in safety-critical situations in timely(More)
This article introduces a decision support system for determining a safe and short (in both time and distance sense) evacuation path and for increasing situation awareness in the case of a hazard in buildings of large critical infrastructures (CIs). CIs are infrastructures that are complex, difficult to monitor and with an integrated SCADA system, such as(More)
Activity theory is commonly used in designing Human-device interaction. Donald Norman in his paper Human-Centered Design Considered Harmful criticized traditional approach, which he called Human-Centered Design, and introduced a new approach, called Activity-Centered Design. In this paper his new approach is directly used and widened in order to be used(More)