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Intelligent Systems and Informatics Group


The Intelligent Systems and Informatics Group is loose collection of cowboy, take-no-prisoners researchers from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Auckland.


Research Areas

With the dawn of the information age arose the problem of dealing with huge quantities of heterogeneous data. Not only are there numerous data bases and information systems available locally nowadays, but information is spread over the internet with access worldwide. The aim of our group is the development of new intelligent methods and techniques to deal with this problem. In particular, we are performing research in the following areas:
  • Automated planning
  • Case base reasoning
  • Data mining and machine learning
  • Informed search algorithms
  • Intelligent information retrieval through the internet
  • Multi-agents and softbots
  • AI in health informatics
  • AI and pattern recognition in image analysis
  • AI in computer games
  • Intelligent computer vision systems
  • Applied photogrammetry
  • Real-time computational stereo vision
  • Medical 2D and 3D image analysis, etc.

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