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Academic Groups

The Laboratory of Intelligent Systems and Structural Analysis was created in 2012. The Laboratory conducts basic and applied academic research on analysing big data and complex data structures. The laboratory also develops software for analysing applied and research-related data. In addition, the lab is developing as a research centre and a platform for integrating the newest methods in artificial intelligence – with a special emphasis on intellectual data analysis and structural analysis – for raising ‘intelligence’ and making software adaptive.

  • Methods of Texts’ Analysis and Visualization Research and Study Group, Academic Supervisor — Boris Mirkin, 2013

The aim of the project is to create methods for text visualisation on two types of tree-like structures – suffix trees (annotated with letters) and taxonomies (annotated with concepts) – using annotated suffix trees, approximation clustering and biclustering analysis, and an economical ‘lift’ in sets developed by the project manager or under his supervision. To do this, the following materials will be used:

  1. Materials from the Higher Attestation Commission (VAK) for the certification of scientific fields, as well as Internet resources such as Wikipedia. The aim is to develop an alternative taxonomy of mathematics and informatics, as well as their applications. This problem arose in connection with our previous project, since it became clear that the current taxonomy of mathematics in AJ Mathematics is not suitable for analysis purposes due to its fragmentation and imbalance.
  2. News materials from the Internet on the development of business processes in the country and its regions. Here we focus on our successful experience in analysing a thousand online documents. We managed to build a graph of the interdependence of key phrases. The graph reflects the main features of the business process in Russia in the relevant period of time.
  3. A collection of workers’ letters to the city administration about various housing, transport, and other problems. These letters were collected under the supervision of Professor Eduard Babkin of HSE Nizhny Novgorod. Here we focus on the taxonomy of problems. We constructed this taxonomy following the preliminary analysis of five hundred of such letters.