Martin Víta

Martin Víta
Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic · NLP Centre

Mgr./MSc.

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Background: Various institutions dealing with higher medical and healthcare education have different methods of organising their study programmes, which typically involve hundreds of theoretically and clinically focused courses. The importance of a well-balanced curriculum is indisputable – the society needs qualified doctors because people's healt...
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Medical and healthcare study programmes are quite complicated in terms of branched structure and heterogeneous content. In logical sequence a lot of requirements and demands placed on students appear there. This paper focuses on an innovative way how to discover and understand complex curricula using modern information and communication technologie...
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Modern high-quality education is based on guaranteed, structured and well-balanced curricula covering the necessary scope of knowledge and skills required in subsequent practice, which respond to changing epidemiological profiles, health systems challenges and population health needs. The general idea is to obtain vector representations of words in...
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Background: No universal solution, based on an approved pedagogical approach, exists to parametrically describe, effectively manage, and clearly visualize a higher education institution's curriculum, including tools for unveiling relationships inside curricular datasets. Objective: We aim to solve the issue of medical curriculum mapping to impro...
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We present an Information Retrieval tool that facilitates the task of the user when searching for a particular information that is of interest to him. Our system processes a given set of documents to produce a graph, where nodes represent documents and links the similarities. The aim is to offer the user a tool to navigate in the space of documents...
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With a rapidly growing amount of textual data, the task of discovering semantically similar documents is becoming more and more important. This general task is being solved in a wide range of practical applications ranging from recommender systems to plagiarism detection or duplication removal tools. The proposed doctoral project is focused on the...
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This contribution demonstrates how to apply concepts of social network analysis on educational data. The main aim of this approach is to provide a deeper insight into the structure of courses and/or other learning units that belong to a given curriculum in order to improve the learning process. Presented work can help us to discover communities of...
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The notion of a t-filter on residuated lattices was introduced in order to generalize a big amount of particular results about special types of filters (e.g. implicative, positive implicative, fantastic etc.). In this short note we are going to point out the relationship between t-filters and -filters and also between t-filters and extended filters...
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The main motivation of this paper is a support of knowledge management for small to medium enterprises (business). We present our tool sitIT.cz which was developed to support communication of IT specialists (both from academia and business) using public funding. The main message of this paper is that this tool is quite generic and can be used in di...
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In this paper we introduce a notion of a t-filter on residuated lattices which is a generalization of several special types of filters. We provide some basic properties of t-filters and show how particular results about special types of filters (e.g. Extension property, Triple of equivalent characteristics, and Quotient characteristics) are uniform...
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Fuzzification of special types of filters on several different algebras of many-valued logics has been very popular in recent years. The main aim of this paper is to point out some general principles concerning particular results about fuzzification of special types of filters. We introduce the notion of a fuzzy t-filter which generalizes most type...
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This paper presents a generalization of many particular results about special types of filters (e.g., (positive) implicative, fantastic) on algebras of nonclassical (mostly fuzzy) logics. Our approach is rooted in the framework of abstract algebraic logic, and is based on the close connection between the filter-defining conditions and alternative a...
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This paper presents a generalization of many particular results about special types of filters (e.g., (positive) implicative, fantastic) on algebras of nonclassical (mostly fuzzy) logics. Our approach is rooted in the framework of abstract Algebraic Logic, and is based on the close connection between the filter-defining conditions and alternative a...

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I am looking for some comprehensive, basic text about quasivarieties answering questions like "what properties of varieties also hold/does not hold in quasivarieties" etc. Ideally available online. Does anyone have some suggestion?

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During the project, best-practice methodology for achieving comparability of higher education quality across Europe will be proposed including exemplar case study illustrating the conceptual way how these standards can be effectively integrated into the practise. This pilot implementation will represent a proven illustration of the conceptual way how the MedBiquitous standards can be effectively integrated into the practice. The guaranteed and high-quality curriculum in medical education is still essential, because medicine does not allow any gaps in the knowledge obtained during studies and any error in medical practice may lead to fatal consequences. From the perspective of human cognition abilities, it is not possible to carefully read and verify whole curriculum (content of all learning units with all their linkages and co-dependencies). The use of proper data mining techniques and analytical methods can in-depth explore all sections of a curriculum. This is the reason why MEDCIN proposes an innovative methodological background including web-based visualization tool for comprehensive evaluation and map of medical curricula with the use of modern information and communication technologies. We aim to identify and validate novel, potentially useful patterns, which will significantly help curriculum managers/evaluators to make right decisions, and afterwards build a well-balanced medical curriculum. MEDCIN will not only eliminate poor transparencies in curricula, but will also help to improve teaching as such.