Vladimír Olej

Vladimír Olej (prof. MSc. CSc.) was born in Poprad, Slovakia, in 1954. He graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava in 1979. From 1979 to 1982 he worked for the company TESLA Liptovský Hrádok in the Department of Mechanization and Automation of Production. From 1982 to 1997 he worked at the Technical University in Liptovský Mikuláš as a lecturer in computers and artificial intelligence in the Department of Informatics and Computer Sciences. There he defended his doctoral thesis in 1987 and was an Associate professor (1991) at this department. From 1997 to 2002 he worked at the Matej Bel University, Faculty of Finance and Department of Information Systems in Banská Bystrica as a lecturer of artificial intelligence. Since 2001 he has been a professor in the branch of Technical Cybernetics at Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic. Since 2002 he is working as a professor with the Institute of System Engineering and Informatics at the University of Pardubice. He has published a number of papers concerning fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms and methods of analysis and synthesis of parallel computers.


Environmental Modeling for Sustainable Regional Development: System Approaches and Advanced Methods
Vladimír Olej, Ilona Obršálová, Jirí Krupka. © 2011. 492 pages.
Understanding the advancement of sustainable development is critical to managing human activities to avoid the overexploitation of resources and pollution of the environment...
Air Quality Assessment by Neural Networks
Petr Hájek, Vladimír Olej. © 2011. 27 pages.
The chapter presents an overview of current methods for air quality assessment, i.e. air stress indices and air quality indices. Traditional air quality assessment is realized...
Air Quality Modeling by Fuzzy Sets and IF-Sets
Vladimír Olej, Petr Hájek. © 2011. 26 pages.
The chapter presents a design of parameters for air quality classification of districts into classes according to their pollution. Therefore, the chapter presents basic notions...