PhD, habil. associate professor
  Faculty of Informatics
  Phone: 372-2500/6726,   
  e_mail: elek (at)
  Open hours:   Monday 10:30-12:00 h
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Downloadable articles

  • István Elek: "Some Application of Principal Component Analysis: Well to Well Correlation, Zonation", GEOBYTE, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1988, Download
  • István Elek: "Fast Porosity Estimation by Principal Component Analysis", GEOBYTE, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1990 Download
  • Istvan Elek: "Data Mining Methods in Vectorbased GIS", Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, Meeting on Thematic Mapping in Geosciences -- Applications using New Technologies and Media, Budapest, May 25-27, 2006 Download
  • Istvan Elek: Automatic "Generalization of Maps by Digital Filtering", Geomatica, Riga, Nov. 2007 Download
  • Istvan Elek: "Principles of Digital Evolution Machines", International Conference of Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition, Orlando, Florida, 7-10 July, 2008 Download
  • Istvan Elek: Image processing methods in automatic generalization of digital maps, 14th Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences. Budapest, Magyarország, 2010.08.29-2010.09.02. Download
  • R.Giachetta - I. Elek: Developing an Advanced Document Based Map Server, 8 th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary, January 27-30, 2010. Download
  • R. Szendrei - I. Elek - I. Fekete - M. Mátyás: A Knowledge-Based Approach to Raster-Vector Conversion of Large Scale Topographic Maps, Acta Cybernetica, 2011 Download
  • I. Elek - G. Gercsák: Developing map databases: problems and solutions, Joint ICA Symposium, June, 2011 Download
  • Istvan Elek, Janos Roden and Binh Nguyen: Spontaneous emergence of the intelligence in an artificial world, ICONIP 2012, Doha, Qatar, LNCS 7667:(Part V) pp. 703-712 Download
  • Istvan Elek: Can the intelligence emerge spontaneously in not biological, artificial world?, SAI IntelliSys 2016, London, 21-22, September Download