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Gheorghe Samoilescu, Dumitru Iorgulescu, Robert Mitrea and Laura D. Cizer
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Pjotrs Trifonovs-Bogdanovs and Anvar Zabirov
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Maciej Słowik, Daniel Ołdziej and Zdzisław Gosiewski
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Andrzej Pazur, Sławomir Michalak and Andrzej Szelmanowski
Diagnostic Tools for Electronic Integrated Communication Systems in Air Transportation Systems
The paper has been intended to present research/testing tools used in the Air Force Institute of Technology to build integrated communication systems and test operation thereof, as far as both devices that compose the system and the applied software are concerned. Particular attention has been paid to the so-called integration station (built under the Mi-8, Mi-17, Mi-24 modernisation project), intended to activate communication systems integrated on the basis of digital data buses (MIL-1553B). Also, the mobile servicing and control set ZDZSŁ-1 to service and diagnose these systems has been discussed in details. Such equipment has allowed AFIT to gain the-state-of-the-art capabilities presented by western companies in the field of integrating new communication devices/systems, the already accomplished modernisation of the W-3PL helicopter ("Głuszec"/"Capercaillie") and a project of such a system for the TS-11F "Iskra" ("Spark") being perfect examples. Some selected tasks performed with this testing station engaged have been discussed. Also, problems arising while activating and testing the developed software to integrate communication devices/systems (including digitally controlled radio stations of the RF-5800H and XM-6013P types, and communication control panels of the PSŁ-1 type have been given consideration in the scope of the software functionality and reliability. Presented are also additional monitoring and measuring systems used to test this software, just to mention acoustic generators as well as special and navigation signals testers.
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Boris Vassilev and Boriana Vassileva
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Krzysztof Pleskacz and Janusz Uriasz
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S. Kluska-Nawarecka, K. Regulski, M. Krzyżak, G. Leśniak and M. Gurda
This paper presents assumptions for a system of automatic cataloging and semantic text documents searching. As an example, a document repository for metals processing technology was used. The system by using ontological model provides the user with a new approach to the exploration of database resources - easier and more intuitive information search. In the current document storage systems, searching is often based only on keywords and descriptions created manually by the system administrator. The use of text mining methods, especially latent semantic indexing, allows automatic clustering of documents with respect to their content. The result of this clustering is integrated with the ontological model, making navigation through documents resources intuitive and does not require the manual creation of directories. Such an approach seems to be particularly useful in a situation where we are dealing with large repositories of unstructured documents from such sources as the Internet. This situation is very typical for cases of searching information and knowledge in the area of metallurgy, for example with regard to innovation and non-traditional suppliers of materials and equipment.
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