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Biography

Prof. Jozef Kelemen

Silesian University, Czech Republic


Email: kelemen@fpf.slu.cz


Qualifications

1998  D.Sc., Slovak Technical University, Bratislava


Publications (selected)

  1. Čermák, P. and J. Kelemen, “An attempt to teaching programming with robots“, in: Research and Education in Robotics – EUROBOT 2011. (D. Obdržálek, A. Gottscheber, eds.). Springer, Berlin, 2011, pp. 78-87.
  2. Horáková, J. and J. Kelemen, “Artificial living beings and robots – one root, variety of influences”, Artificial Life and Robotics 13 (2009) 555-560.
  3. Kelemen, J. and I. Polášek, “The art of management and the technology of knowledge-based systems“, In: Foundation of Intelligent Systems, Proc. 18th Intern. Symp. ISMIS 2009 (J. Rauch et al., eds.). Springer, Berlin, 2009, pp. 5-14.
  4. Horáková, J. and J. Kelemen, “The robot story – why robots were born and how they grew up“, In: The Mechanical Mind in History (Ph. Husbands, et al., eds.). The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 2008, pp. 283-306
  5. Kelemen, J., “On computing bodies”, Fundamenta Informaticae 76 (2007) 337-347.
  6. Csuhaj-Varju, E., Kelemen, J., Kelemenová, A., Paun, Gh. and Gy. Vaszil, “Computing with cells in environment – P colonies”, Journal of Multiple Valued Logic and Soft Computing 12 (2006) 201-215.
  7. Freund, R., Kelemen, J. and Gh.: Paun, “A note on emergence in multi-agent string processing systems”, Computing and Informatics 22 (2003) 623-637.
  8. Kelemen J., Kelemenová A. and V. Mitrana, “Neo-modularity and colonies”, In: Where Mathematics, Computer Science, Linguistics and Biology Meet (C. Martín-Vide, V. Mitrana, eds.). Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001, pp. 63-74.
  9. Kelemen, J. and Gh. Paun, “Robustness of decentralized knowledge systems – a grammar-theoretic view”, Journal of Exper. and Theor. Artificial Intelligence 12 (2000) 91-100.
  10. Kelemen, J., Kelemenová, A., Martín-Vide, C. and V. Mitrana, “Colonies with limited activation of components”, Theoretical Computer Science 244 (2000) 289-298.
  11. Csuhaj-Varju, E., Kelemen, J., Kelemenová, A., and Gh. Paun, “Eco-grammar systems – a grammatical framework for studying life-like interactions”, Artificial Life 3 (1997) 1-28.
  12. Kelemen, J., “A note on achieving low-level rationality from pure reactivity”, Journal of Exper. and Theor. Artificial Intelligence 8 (1996) 121-127.
  13. Csuhaj-Varju, E., Dassow, J., Kelemen, J. and Gh. Paun, “Stratified grammar systems”, Computers and Artificial Intelligence 13 (1994) 409-422.
  14. Dassow, J., Kelemen, J. and Gh. Paun, “On parallelism in colonies”, Cybernetics and Systems 24 (1993) 37-49.
  15. Kelemen, J,: “Multi-agent symbol systems and behavior-based robots”, Applied Artificial Intelligence 7 (1993) 419-432.
  16. Kelemen, J., “Expert systems as a necessity”, Human Affairs 3 (1993) 3-10.
  17. Csuhaj-Varju, E., Dassow, J. and J. Kelemen, “Cooperating/distributed grammar systems with different s of acceptance”, Intern. Journal of Computer Mathematics 42 (1992) 173-183.
  18. Hromkovič, J., Kelemen, J. and J. Waczulík, “Abstract symbol systems – an exercise of the bottom-up approach in artificial intelligence”, Journal of Exper. and Theor. Artificial Intelligence 4 (1992) 49-58.
  19. Kelemen, J. and A. Kelemenová, “A grammar-theoretic treatment of multi-agent systems”, Cybernetics and Systems 23 (1992) 621-633.
  20. Csuhaj-Varju, E. and J. Kelemen, “On the power of cooperation – a regular representation of recursively enumerable languages”, Theoretical Computer Science 81 (1991) 305-310.
  21. Kelemen, J., “Syntactical models of distributed cooperative systems”, Journal of Exper. and Theor. Artificial Intelligence 3 (1991) 1-10.
  22. Kelemen, J., “Evaluation of rationality of diagnostics”, In: Proc. 5th World Congress on Medical Informatics, MEDINFO'86 Vol. 1 (Salamon, R. et al., eds.) North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1986, pp. 190-193.
  23. Kelemen, J., “Heuristic representation of state-space by finite automata”, In:  Proc. 3rd Intern. Symp. Math. Found. of Comp. Sci., MFCS‘75. Springer, Berlin, 1976, pp. 390-395.