Our research

The most important publications that relate to the subject of our activity

  1. Bukowski L., Schöne G. Computer-Aided Real-Time Status Monitoring of Production Plants – Concept and Application in Computational Methods and Experimental Measurement, Elsevier Applied Science, London-New York 1993; 481-492
  2. Bukowski L. Verschrotten, sanieren oder weiter betreiben? Betriebsmessungen der Bauteilbeanspru-chungen als Entscheidungsgrundlage, Automatisierung Nr. 6/95, 242-243
  3. Bukowski L., Schöne G. Meßtechnische Ermittlung des Betriebsverhaltens, des Betriebszustandes und der Bauteilbeanspruchungen von Maschinen und Anlagen, VDEh, Düsseldorf 1996
  4. Bukowski L., Artymiak P., Feliks J., Narberhaus S., Zenner H., Ermittlung von Wöhlerlinien mittels künstlicher neuronaler Netze in Festigkeitsberechnung metallischer Bauteile, VDI Berichte Nr.1442, 213-227, VDI Verlag – Düsseldorf 1998
  5. Zenner H., Bukowski L., Artymiak P., Feliks J., Narberhaus S., Determination of S-N curves with the application of artificial neural networks, Fatigue Fracture Engineering Material Structures 22, 1999, 723-728
  6. Zenner H., Bukowski L., Karkula M., Narberhaus S., Lifetime Prediction with the Application of Artificial Neural Networks, FATIGUE 2002, , Stockholm, 2697-2705
  7. Bukowski L., Karkula M., The Simulation of Logistic Processes using DOSIMIS-3 Simulator, Miezinarodni Konference FINANCNI A LOGISTICKE RIZENI, Srdce Beskyd, 25-26.6.; 2003, 296-300
  8. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Application of Fuzzy Sets in Evaluation of Failure Likelihood, Proceedings of the 18-th International Conference on Systems Engineering – IEEE CS, Las Vegas 2005, 170-176
  9. Bukowski L., Stachowicz M., Decision making  under uncertainty,  in: “Intelligent Building Systems”, OW TEXT, Kraków 2006, 133-142
  10. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Vector Conception of Technical System’s Dependability, Proceedings of the 19-th International Conference on Systems Engineering – IEEE CS, Las Vegas 2008, 492-497
  11. Bukowski L., Karkula M., Modelling and simulation of logistics processes in heat and power plants – a hybrid approach, in: “Proceedings of the Twentieth International Conference on Systems Engineering – ICSE 2009”, ISBN 978-1-84600-0294; Coventry, United Kongdom, 2009
  12. Bukowski L., Karkula M., Support of logistics process management with simulation techniques, in: “Management – theory and practice”, Polish and Kazakh experiences, AGH University of Science and Technology Press, Krakow 2010, 183–207
  13. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Evaluation of Technical Systems Dependability with the Use of Fuzzy Logic and Experts’ Knowledge, Proceedings of the 15th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Orlando (Florida) 2011, 285-290
  14. Karkula M., Bukowski L., Computational intelligence methods – joint use in discrete event simulation model of logistics processes, Proceedings of the 2012 Winter Simulation Conference, Berlin, 978-1-4673-4781-5/12/$31.00 ©2012 IEEE,
  15. Bukowski L., Managing disruption risks in the global supply networks – a trans-disciplinary approach, Proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Logistics, Croatia, 2014, 101-106
  16. Bukowski L., et. al., Quantitative methods in logistics management, AGH University of Science and Technology Press, 2014, ISBN: 978-83-7464-713-7
  17. Bukowski L., Feliks J., A unified model of systems dependability and process continuity for complex supply chains, in: “Safety and Reliability: Methodology and Applications”, 2014, Taylor & Francis Group, A Balkema Book, London, 2015, 2395-2403
  18. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Majewska K., Modelling and simulation of disruption risk in the complex logistic networks – a multimethod approach, in: “Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems”, 2015 Taylor & Francis Group, A Balkema Book, London, 2015, 3911-3918
  19. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Fuzzy logic expert system for supply chain resilience modelling and simulation, Proceedings of the 48 ESReDA Seminar on Critical Infrastructures Preparedness, Wrocław 2015, S22-4, 1-12
  20. Bukowski L., Concept of the generalized model of quantitative risk assessment, Forum Scientiae Oeconomia, 3(2015), No 2, 5-16
  21. Bukowski L. System of Systems Dependability – Theoretical Models and Applications Examples, Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 151(2016), 76-92
  22. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Majewska K., Logistic system resilience modelling – a dynamic, multiagent, service engineering oriented approach, in: “Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice”, 2016 Taylor & Francis Group, A Balkema Book, London, pp. 2207-2214
  23. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Majewska K., A modeling framework for the resilience analysis of steel mill logistic supplying systems, Proceedings of Int. Conference “Metal 2016”, Brno 25-27.05.2016
  24. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Logistic network dependability evaluation – business continuity oriented approach, in Advances in intelligent systems and computing, Springer International Publishing AG 2017, 308-317, ISBN 978-3-319-48943-8
  25. Bukowski L., Feliks J., Imperfect knowledge based prediction of disruption risk in large scale complex systems, w “Safety and Reliability – Theory and Applications” – Cepin & Briš (Eds) © 2017 Taylor & Francis Group, London, pp. 191-198, ISBN 978-1-138-62937-0
  26. Feliks J., Karkula M., Majewska K., Analysis of the impact of risk and uncertainty factors in design of resilient supply chains, Proceedings of the 5th Carpathian Logistics Congress CLC 2015, Jesenik, Czech Republic 2015, TANGER Ltd., 57–63
  27. Feliks J., Majewska K., Agent-based modeling of steel production processes under uncertainty, Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Metallurgy and Materials METAL 2015, Brno, Czech Republic 2015, 1739–1744
  28. Feliks J., Lichota A., Majewska K.,  Reliability analysis of internal transport system for production of petroleum extraction equipment, Proceedings of the 3rd Carpathian Logistics Congress CLC 2013, Kraków, Poland, 555–56
  29. Feliks J., Majewska K., Mika K., The proposal of using fuzzy model for the warehouse management, Proceedings of the 6th Carpathian Logistics Congress CLC 2016, Zakopane, Poland 2016, 654–662.