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2013-04-03 award

START 2013 Scholarship

I've been granted the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) Scholarship for “young, talented researchers” ‐ START 2013 Program.
2013-04-02 new paper

AGOP'13: Two Papers Accepted

Our two papers has just been accepted for this year's AGOP Workshop. The proceedings will appear in Springer's Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing Series.
  • Cena A., Gągolewski M., OM3: ordered maxitive, minitive, and modular aggregation operators – Part I: Axiomatic analysis under arity-dependence, In: Bustince H. et al (Eds.), Aggregation Functions in Theory and in Practise (AISC 228), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2013, pp. 93-103.
    Abstract: Recently, a very interesting relation between symmetric minitive, maxitive, and modular aggregation operators has been shown. It turns out that the intersection between any pair of the mentioned classes is the same. This result introduces what we here propose to call the OM3 operators. In the first part of our contribution on the analysis of the OM3 operators we study some properties that may be useful when aggregating input vectors of varying lengths. In Part II we will perform a thorough simulation study of the impact of input vectors' calibration on the aggregation results.
  • Cena A., Gągolewski M., OM3: ordered maxitive, minitive, and modular aggregation operators – Part II: A simulation study, In: Bustince H. et al (Eds.), Aggregation Functions in Theory and in Practise (AISC 228), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2013, pp. 105-115.
    Abstract: This article is a second part of the contribution on the analysis of the recently-proposed class of symmetric maxitive, minitive and modular aggregation operators. Recent results (Gagolewski, Mesiar, 2012) indicated some unstable behavior of the generalized h-index, which is a particular instance of OM3, in case of input data transformation. The study was performed on a small, carefully selected real-world data set. Here we conduct some experiments to examine these phenomena more extensively.
2013-03-01

Postdoctoral Research Visit @ Slovak University of Technology

For the next 4 months I will be working under the kind supervision of Prof. Radko Mesiar at the Department of Mathematics, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia. My research visit is supported by the European Union European Social Fund, Project UDA-POKL.04.01.01-00-051/10-00 Information technologies: Research and their interdisciplinary applications.
1970-01-01

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