Krzysztof Wilkos

Krzysztof Wilkos
Military University of Technology | WAT · Faculty of Cybernetics

M. Sc. Eng.

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Introduction
Skills and Expertise
Education
October 2005 - June 2010
Military University of Technology
Field of study
  • Cybernetics, Information systems

Publications

Publications (3)
Article
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Paper will present developed method of analysing ECG signals fused with available geodata collected from distributed mobile environment. Fusing hardware biomedical sensors and mobile devices allow monitoring the health of a given person, and detecting dangerous disorders by recognizing their patterns based on specific domain knowledge. Semantic sen...
Conference Paper
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Trends in military equipment have introduced new weapon systems that match the 21st century requirements for effective firepower but most of all information retrieval and processing. Network Enabled Capabilities doctrine provides innovative approach for information process on the battlefield fusing all available data sources into one reasoning envi...

Projects

Project (1)
Archived project
We have created an innovative software solution that utilizes the pioneering sociological theories. It has a very practical purpose of growing the importance and demand: to counter infectious diseases like AIDS, malaria, pneumonia etc. We demonstrate how an epidemic spreads in a population and how we can stop it early in the game. We have designed a new approach to the epidemic spread problem and to vaccination strategy. We use the knowledge from the newest research on social networks. There is no other solution that tries to defeat epidemics taking advantage of the knowledge of social networks. It is an innovative solution because we identify those individuals in the community that are more important than others from the epidemic's spread point of view. Knowing which people speed up the epidemic spread, we can plan inoculation and isolation strategy to fight the diseases. Our solution can help hundreds of millions of affected people per year. If widely deployed it can even destroy some viruses. We also show why interactive information visualization is important and how the visual representation of information can be used to demystify data and reveal otherwise hidden patterns by leveraging human visual capabilities to make sense of abstract information. CARE software has an enormous practical potential in such regions as Africa, where there are not enough medicines to fight dangerous diseases. It can be used in many various matters: automatic notification of hospitals, rescue services, etc. It could also be used by crisis management centers and epidemiology centers in the whole world to fight against not only terminal infectious diseases but also any kind of flu etc.