General information 

Intelligent Information Systems Group (IISG), founded by prof. Edward Nawarecki, currently is a part of Intelligent Information Systems Laboratory lead by prof. Krzysztof Cetnarowicz, at the Department of Computer Science, AGH University of Science and Technology

Our scientific activities concentrate around the following topics: artificial intelligence, knowledge representation, methodology of design and implementation of information systems, decentralised information and decision support systems in management of distributed industrial organizations, technology of operating agents in local- and wide-area computer networks, decentralised expert systems. Research activities are focused on both formal tools and the implementation of the prototypes of such systems.

Main topics of our interests are researched under supervision of prof. Edward Nawarecki, prof. Robert Schaefer, prof. Krzysztof Cetnarowicz and prof. Grzegorz Dobrowolski.

  Contact 
Address:   Intelligent Information Systems Group
Department of Computer Science,
AGH University of Science and Technology,
Al. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059 Kraków, Poland
Phone:
Fax:
  +48 12 617 39 02
+48 12 633 94 06
E-mail:   iisg(at)iisg.agh.edu.pl
  Projects 

AgE - Agent-based component-oriented computational platform implementing agent-based computing paradigm, developed by our colleagues and students, available on GPL license.

CAST - system supporting visualization and analysis of heterogenic data, mainly used by polish security agencies such as Polish Police or Polish Border Control.

Forensic Software Laboratory - a research and development group working on different forensic systems deployed in Security Agencies.

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LINK - is a complex system dedicated to support of criminal analysts. The basic version of the system includes tools for integration, preprocessing and visualization of data gathered in different sources. LINK may be also easily extended by encompassing different methods of semi-automatic data analysis, in the form of independently created software components.