Institute of Information Theory and Automation

Invited Talks

2009   10th International PhD Workshop on Systems and Control, Hluboká
  Pattern theory and its applications [slides]
   
2009   Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Prague
  Probabilistic interaction networks [slides]
   
2009   Hamilton Institute, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
  Probabilistic interaction networks [slides]
   
2006   Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Prague
  Towards closed-loop management [slides]
   
2002   NATO Advanced Study Institute on Learning Theory and Practice, Leuven, Belgium
  Bayesian smoothing and information geometry [slides]
   
2002   American Control Conference, Anchorage, Alaska
  Data-centric decision support [slides]
  Invited session on Control and Innovation
   
1998   3rd IEEE Workshop on Computer-intensive Methods in Control and Signal Processing, Prague
Nonlinear estimation on-line [slides]
   
1997   ETH, Institut für Automatik, Zürich
Fault detection and diagnosis using information measures [slides]
Invited lecture in a course on fault detection and diagnosis
   
1997   European Control Conference, Brussels
System identification: from matching data to matching probabilities [slides]
Semiplenary lecture
   
1996   2nd IEEE Workshop on Computer-intensive Methods in Control and Signal Processing, Prague
Recursive Bayesian estimation of non-linear/non-Gaussian dynamic models [slides]
   
1995   IEEE Control and Decision Conference, New Orleans
A geometric approach to statistical estimation [slides]
Invited session on Riemannian Geometry in Parametrization and Control Theory
   
1995   IFAC Symposium on Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing, Budapest
A Kullback-Leibler distance approach to system identification [slides]
Plenary lecture
   
1993   Intern. Symposium on the Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Regensburg
Can we preserve the structure of recursive Bayesian estimation in a limited-dimensional implementation?
Special topic lecture
   
1993   Science and Technology Agency Forum for Multidisciplinary Researches "Information and Geometry", Hakone, Japan
Recursive Bayesian estimation, limited computer resources, and differential geometry
   
1992   IFAC Workshop on Mutual Impact of Computing Power and Control Theory, Prague
On design of approximate finite-dimensional estimators: the Bayesian view
   
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Institute of Information Theory and Automation