Field of Study Details

Intelligent Systems

Abbreviation: MIN.

Length of Study: 2 years

Min. Credits: 120

Degree Programme: Information Technology

Language of Instruction: Czech

Form of Study: full-time

Accredited from: 2002 Accredited till: 2011

Information for applicants


To make students familiar with theories, technologies and procedures being used in intelligent systems development, and to teach them to develop such systems by applying advanced development tools, methods and technologies. In compulsory courses, students deepen their knowledge received in a bachelor study program mainly in the area of uncertain and imprecise information processing. The offer of optional courses together with the choice of the theme of the individual technical project and the Master Thesis allow students to individually select their specialization in various theoretical and application areas. The graduates find employment in research, development and design of all kinds of intelligent systems. Due to a very good theoretical education and a wide universal basis of the specialization, a high adaptability of the graduates to all actual demands of their future professional practice in intelligent system and also in other areas of information technology is ensured.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
  • The graduate has a general knowledge of the intelligent systems theory and skills to design, implement and apply intelligent systems especially in the areas of computer vision, natural language processing, data mining, intelligent sensors and control systems.
  • The graduate is ready for research, development and design of various intelligent systems starting from simple embedded systems in domestic machines to very complex systems of autonomous mobile robots.
  • Graduates find employment especially in research and design divisions and operation sites of various companies and institutions involved in the development of systems with embedded intelligent subsystems, and in the army, in education and health institutes, and practically in any industrial enterprise.
Extent of the State Final Examinations

The State Final Examination has two parts: A defence of the Master Thesis, and a discussion based on selected topics from the course "Intelligent Systems and Their Models" which is derived from compulsory courses of the MIN Branch of Study as Hardware/Software Codesign, Advanced Database Systems, Computer Graphics, Intelligent Systems, Theoretical Computer Science, Mathematical Structures in Computer Science, Agents and Multiagents Systems, Parallel and Distributed Algorithms, Simulation Tools and Techniques, Soft Computing, Knowledge Discovery in Databases, Cryptography and Petri Nets. The areas of possible questions must be approved by the Study Branch Council, and students will be informed about the selected topics at least 2 months before the state final examination is held in the particular academic year. The discussion will be held on two topics.

Examples of theses
  • Expert System for Interior Lighting Design
  • Data Mining from Rescue Service Database
  • Control System of Intelligent Building
  • Communication Inside Multiagent Systems
  • Simulation of Agents Social Behaviour
  • Recognition of Laboratory Environment
  • Recognition of Speech Commands
  • Safeguard of Location of Mobile Devices
  • Environment Model Creation and Robot Navigation
  • Simulation of Robot Moving

Choose academic year and curriculum

1st year of study, winter semester

HSCHardware/Software Codesign5CExFIT
MATMathematical Structures in Computer Science5CExFME
PDBAdvanced Database Systems5CCr+ExFIT
PGRComputer Graphics5CExFIT
SINIntelligent Systems5CExFIT
TINTheoretical Computer Science5CCr+ExFIT
STITheoretical Computer Science Seminar2ECrFIT

1st year of study, summer semester

AGSAgents and Multiagent Systems5CExFIT
PRLParallel and Distributed Algorithms5CCr+ExFIT
SNTSimulation Tools and Techniques5CCr+ExFIT
FLPFunctional and Logic Programming5ECr+ExFIT
NAVDesign of External Adapters and Embedded Systems5EExFIT
PDSData Communications, Computer Networks and Protocols5EExFIT
WAPInternet Applications5ECr+ExFIT
ZPOImage Processing5EExFIT
ZRESpeech Signal Processing5EExFIT

2nd year of study, winter semester

SEPTerm Project3CClCrFIT
SFCSoft Computing5CCr+ExFIT
ZZNKnowledge Discovery in Databases5CCr+ExFIT
AISInformation Systems Analysis and Design5ECr+ExFIT
BIOBiometric Systems5ECr+ExFIT
BISInformation System Security5EExFIT
BMSWireless and Mobile Networks5EExFIT
FAVFormal Analysis and Verification5ECr+ExFIT
POVComputer Vision5EExFIT
SENIntelligent Sensors5ECr+ExFIT

2nd year of study, summer semester

DIPMaster's Project10CCrFIT
PESPetri Nets5CExFIT
DJADynamic Languages5EExFIT
PISAdvanced Information Systems5ECr+ExFIT
VNVHigh Performance Computations5EExFIT

all years of study, winter semester

ASAEnglish for North America *)3CEHCr+ExFEEC
FCEEnglish: Preparatory Course for FCE Exam3CEHCrFIT
FIKPhilosophy and the Culture *)3CEHCrILL
FITHistory and Philosophy of Technology *)3CEHCrILL
HKAAssertiveness and Conflicts3CEHCrFIT
HKOCommunication Skills3CEHCrFIT
HPOPersonality Psychology3CEHCrFIT
HPRPresentation Skills *)3CEHCrFIT
HVRLeadership and People Management3CEHCrFIT
NEVGerman for Europe *)3CEHExFEEC
PA1Professional English 1 *)3CEHCr+ExFEEC
PA2Professional English 2 *)3CEHCr+ExFEEC
PRMFundamentals of Law3CEHCrILL
ACHProcessor Architecture5ECr+ExFIT
EIPEconomics of Information Products5EExFIT
GALGraph Algorithms5EExFIT
GMUGraphic and Multimedia Processors5ECr+ExFIT
GUXGraphical User Interfaces in X Window System5EExFIT
GZNGraphical and Sound Interfaces and Standards5EExFIT
KRGCreative Art4EClCrFIT
PCSAdvanced Digital Systems5EExFIT
PDIDistributed Application Environment5EExFIT
PGPAdvanced Computer Graphics5EExFIT
PKSAdvanced Communication Systems5ECr+ExFIT
ROSReal-Time Operating Systems5EExFIT
SIGDigital Signal Processing5EExFIT
SPJProgramming Language Semantics *)3EExFIT
SRESpeech Processing Systems *)5EExFIT
SRIStrategic Management of Information Systems5ECr+ExFIT
TAMApplication Development for Mobile Devices5EExFIT
THEGame Theory4ECr+ExFIT
TSDCommunication Theory7ECr+ExFEEC
VYPeCompiler Construction5EExFIT
ZPJNatural Language Processing *)5ECr+ExFIT
ZPXProfessional Practice, Abroad5ECrFIT

all years of study, summer semester

ASAEnglish for North America *)3CEHCr+ExFEEC
EKTEnvironmental Compatibility and Technology *)3CEHCrILL
ETAEthics of Technology and Business *)3CEHCrILL
FCEEnglish: Preparatory Course for FCE Exam3CEHCrFIT
FIKPhilosophy and the Culture *)3CEHCrILL
FITHistory and Philosophy of Technology *)3CEHCrILL
HKAAssertiveness and Conflicts3CEHCrFIT
HKOCommunication Skills3CEHCrFIT
HPOPersonality Psychology3CEHCrFIT
HPRPresentation Skills3CEHCrFIT
HVRLeadership and People Management3CEHCrFIT
NEVGerman for Europe *)3CEHExFEEC
OBPRudiments of Commercial Law *)3CEHCrCEVAPO
PRMFundamentals of Law3CEHCrILL
RLZManpower Management *)3CEHCrILL
TMGTeam Management *)3CEHCrCEVAPO
ZPRRudiments of Project Management *)3CEHCrILL
ARCParallel System Architecture and Programming5ECr+ExFIT
BINBio-Inspired Computers5EExFIT
BZASecure Hardware Devices *)5EExFIT
EVOApplied Evolutionary Algorithms5EExFIT
FSYFuzzy Systems for Control and Modelling5ECr+ExFEEC
FYOPhysical Optics5EExFEEC
GISGeographical Information Systems5ECr+ExFIT
GJAGraphical User Interfaces in Java5EExFIT
JPIBusiness and Inovation in IT5ECoFIT
KKOData Coding and Compression5ECr+ExFIT
MOBModelling of Biological Systems5ECr+ExFEEC
MPRProject Management5ECr+ExFIT
MZSAdvanced Signal Processing6ECr+ExFEEC
NSBProjecting, Administration and Security5ECr+ExFIT
PMAProject Manager5EClCrFIT
POSAdvanced Operating Systems5EExFIT
SPPFault Tolerant Systems5ECr+ExFIT
SVSeEmbedded System Specification5EExFIT
VGEComputational Geometry *)5EExFIT
VINComputer Art5EExFIT
VIZVisualization and CAD5EExFIT
ZPXProfessional Practice, Abroad5ECrFIT
Course is not open in this academic year
Compl: Course completion: Ex - examination, Cr - credit, ClCr - classified credit, Co - colloquium
Duty: C - compulsory, CEx - compulsory-elective group x, R - recommended, E - elective

Compulsory-elective groups

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