Intelligent Systems RESEARCH Laboratory

Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science
J.B. Speed School of Engineering
University of Louisville


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Welcome to the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory.  The Intelligent Systems Laboratory conducts research in basic and applied areas of artificial intelligence and intelligent systems. Basic research areas include machine learning and data mining, representation of uncertainty, imprecision, and ambiguity in knowledge, reasoning with fuzzy logic, neural networks and genetic algorithms, computer system intrusion detection, and investigation of new computational approaches for diagnostics. Applications areas include:

Intelligent control systems

Advanced diagnostic techniques for computer integrated manufacturing, chemical process plants, and other complex systems

Intelligent security for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems (More)

Sensory-based robot workcell and automation safety

AI support for scientific computation

Intelligent simulation systems

Intelligent computer system security

Data mining of large databases

Machine learning for pharmacophore design

Expert systems application in engineering and medical areas

Intelligent tutoring systems

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