T. Dobrowiecki

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The interface between humans and computers is an ever critical issue due to the increased complexity of computerized systems and the wide variety of problems they solve. Controlled natural languages might prove a promising medium between humans and computers, however, they are not easy to design, and humans need time to adapt to them. Authors propose to(More)
In this paper we present two new algorithms to solve non-linearly separable classification problems. First we propose a modification of a multiclass support vector machine, which for binary classification tasks can always find a convex polytope that includes the points of one class and excludes the others, if possible. Next we present a generalization of(More)
Computerized systems, embedded and mobile devices became everyday artefacts yet with an ever broadening gap between the complexity of the applications and limitations of the interface devices. Controlled natural languages could provide an easy-to-use and easy-to-compute communication interface that fills this gap. In order to facilitate the development of(More)
The increasing amount and variety of domain knowledge and the availability of increasingly large quantities of electronic literature requires new types of support for the development of complex knowledge models. In previous publications we proposed the application of so called Annotated Bayesian Networks (ABN), text ually enriched probabilistic domain(More)
In this paper we deal with the measurement of the frequency response function (FRF) of linear dynamic systems in the presence of non-linear distortions. The aim of this paper is to provide the reader insight in the impact of non-linear distortions on FRF measurements. It is shown how to measure the best linear approximation; how to detect, qualify and(More)
In this concept paper the notion of the configurations and configurability is interpreted in the context of robotic and automation systems. A review is given on related methods and techniques, and how configurations relate to system and software life cycles. The modeling principles for configuration based design are outlined and a proposal is made for the(More)