Michał Dyk

Michał Dyk
Military University of Technology | WAT · Faculty of Cybernetics

Doctor of Philosophy

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January 2011 - present
Military University of Technology
Education
October 2005 - June 2010
Military University of Technology
Field of study
  • Computer Science

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Publications (14)
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Disaster recovery operations are extremely challenging and place significant demands on multiple resources, including local and international emergency response personnel, non-governmental organizations, and the military. In the immediate aftermath of a disaster, one of the most pressing requirements is for situational awareness (SA) so that resour...
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The article outlines a concept for the system supporting analyses of threats related to contamination and alarming (WAZkA), for the purpose of the National System for Detection of Contamination and Alarming (Krajowy System Wykrywania Skażeń i Alarmowania, KSWSiA) in Poland. The selected modules included in the WAZkA system: Event Tree Analyzer, vis...
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The article outlines a concept for the system supporting analyses of threats related to contamination and alarming (WAZkA), for the purpose of the National System for Detection of Contamination and Alarming (Krajowy System Wykrywania Skażeń i Alarmowania, KSWSiA) in Poland. Additionally, the article presents the point of designing such system, its...
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The paper introduces and presents the model and method of Capability Based Planning in the area of the Armed Forces Development. The model of development contains: the mathematical description of different capabilities’ assessment, the problem’s formulation of assessment of required, existing and lacking capabilities. The method of allocation of th...
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The paper presents a formal model of heterogeneous sensor network and crucial parts of its simulation framework. The main goal of this work is to prepare a virtual environment in which the methods for knowledge acquisition from ubiquitous smart devices can be evaluated. The proposed model allows to freely define sensors and description of observed...
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Assuring the security of critical infrastructure (CI) - vital from the point of view of the functioning of the state, society, business, and individual citizens – it is one of the most important challenges rising to face states at this moment. The Kosciuszko Institute's Report represents an analysis of the issues concerning the protection of critic...
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Contemporary peacekeeping and peace-making military operations, being conducted in the settings of an urban environment, need effective and adequate distributed simulation systems in order to rapidly and properly train commanders and their subordinate soldiers. The main requirements are to adequately model typical and unique behaviours, different h...

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SymSG Border Tactics - Virtual decision game environment for Border Guard tactics training, utilising virtual and constructive simulators applied for supporting national and EU border protection doctrine. Project offers complex approach to training needs for Border Guard and Training Centre of Border Guard. Simulating system with developed methodology of executing simulation exercises for support of program for Border Guard's training. System includes didactic processes of advancement training course for Border Guard officers and commanders. Simulator is also designed to verify the accuracy and validity of decision made by Border Guard's supervisors. Project includes responsibility of every single supervisor, verifies validity of decisions and knowledge of Border Guard’s tactical procedures during planning and execution of operations. Simulation environment includes two simulation modules: command headquarters simulator - which is the central component of simulation environment. It focuses on BG commanders training delivering tools which support real world Decision Support Systems deployed in Border Guard. High resolution simulator (virtual simulator) is focused on supporting training of officers who execute detailed decisions during pyrotechnical check at the airports, personality check procedures on the Border Crossings, as well as road blocks and check points planning. System provides innovative, interactive tools used in training of Border Guard's officers and other Ministry of the Interior Affairs. It's functionality delivers training aimed at protecting exterior border of EU and Schengen zone. Such ICT solutions can imitate Border Guards activities, procedures and rules of cooperation with other institutions and government forces to strengthen the border protection and security. This construction provides practical use of project results in area of national defense and security. It is assumed that simulation system will be able to participate in multilevel simulation exercises of other resorts, functioning as one of the domain modules delivering various range of tasks connected with border protection and border traffic control.
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The main objective of WAZkA is to develop and construct a highly developed ICT tool, needed by the entities of KSWSiA, which shall support the following processes: information exchange between the system elements and coordination of the system operations, as well as to prepare assessment and expert analyses, needed by the decision-making bodies, with respect to risk emergency situations during natural disasters, technical failures or other events resulting in biological, chemical or radioactive contamination.